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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893091201 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. w V Semi-Weeklvol. xxi. CRAB ORCHARD. y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1893 -- NO. 56 kv nnd n remarkably good ono. Ho thinks LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Hlder J. S: Kondrick, of tho Chris- thnt the best system of water works in It is oxceedlnnly dry nnd fur mors It will be just eight weeks until nn- predict a Bcarciiy of Fall grass without tian church, closed a very successful Kentucky can be built at a cost of 81)0,- - other term of the circuit court. wo havo copious showers In tho noxt few meeting at Parksville, Saturday night. 000. A vote will bi had on tho nuestion J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Messrs. J. Joseph and M. Baum at an early day and Danville will go deThe conversions numbered 30. dnys. closed thoir stores it being the Madam Record Jones is huro in ttiu Rov. J. W. Lynch, the Talmago of cidedly wet. 5U1 1893. Jewish now year. (Ail roc J tc.) interest of tho Hiuipiest, cheapest und tho futuro, resumed his preacliing at Geo. T. Arnold will leave this week Full eorpsot Cuiiwrvator and Normal School teacher, tijperlur course iu Ltler.ittire, Mutic and The trial of L. D. Woods for the beat chart wo havo overseen. Mr. liob tho Baptist church on Sunday. Ho has to locate a claim in the Cherokee strip to An. Excellent boardln? department. Catalogues and circular! furnhhH on application. Bpont a very pleasant vacation rusticat murder of Barney HIggins is set for Tues-daWhite, her aeut, is with her. bo thrown open to Bottlers. 12th. n ing and visiting tho World's Fair. Mrs. J. II. Lawless returned to The race for the office of police Mrs. Nancy J. Caldwell, widow of A large consignment of bass and last week. Mr. Lawlesa has nearjudge is warming up. There are now ly compluted his now cottane, which nowlights from tho U. S. Fish Commis J. S. Caldwell, died at her homo in six candidates in the field and each is sion reached hero Sunday inornins for Mitchellsburg, Thursday night, after an confident of will bo very convenient nnd cosy. success. Illness of several weeks. Mr. Jnraea B. Leavell, was hero lust distribution in the various waters of A very enjoyable hop was given at Peter Gentry sold to Goldsmith 187 FALL TERM OPENS'MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. week. Mrs. Irene Burko and children Boylo. They wero all dead, however, head of export cattle at 4c. They aver- the Mason Hotel, Friday evening, in A SCIICOl, AND HOME FOK GIRLS. W. Jones and a new lot will bo aent at an early aro at W. K. D.Uion'a. Mrs. K. aged 1,500 pounds and were delivered honor of Misses Jennie and Mario WarChar- date. of Plnovllle, is with friends here. ren, of Stanford. About 15 couples were Good faculty; tupericr advantage! ; a beautiful acd healthful location. Special course and special The Danville Theological Seminary Monday. The amount realized was more present. inducements oflerjd to thole who deiire to make teacheis. Our aim is to mike cur pupils thorough ley SiuKleton returned from Louisville that 112,000. 'I he College hasbesn recently rifiteJ, ant a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, to bo present at tho sale which occurs opens Thursday. Tho prospect for a Tho present board of examining Stc, have been added. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 33 About tho entire editorial page of successful session aro very flattering. next Saturday. Saturday's paper is devoted to tho report surgeons for pension applicants tendered dayB Five of Centre's graduating claw of 'Oil, fow H. II. RronauKli received of hxpert Davis on the water works their resignations to take effect the last since his second importation of thor- A. R. Griggs, of HuBtonville, among tho question. Ho of thia month and tho newly appointed finds that Dix River is oughbred Duroc Bed Jersey swine this number, will enter tho seminary the tho most available and surest Bupply M. Ds. will go on duty at that time. Al Thompson, tho cattle thief and season, and they aro beauties. Good coming session. City Attorney W. O. Goodloe, who and that the probable cost of their con- Dan Reid, tho colored judires pronounce Mr. Urouaugii's lierd struction will bo $95,000. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. the best thev over saw. Ho tolls ho has was recently found guilty of gambling convicted at the last term of court, were Three College : Three Trainlne School, Fifteen departments of study. Healthful location it and coats, was granted a 01 t.ymnasiutn grounds. Moderate eztvlllM in his herd Iiorh from tho very best and fined NEWSY NOTES. taken to the penitentiary The tne bean W. tne tsiue urasa Kegion. G33 from thirtyand Athleticcountries. For full Informatiot Attendance last session States and f ICO to jr.! rehearing and trial Bet for last Friday. Ohio and Illinois. They, herds in former goes up for two years and tho lat- ind catalogue apply to Z,. IS. IiI,ANTON, D. D., Chancellor, Klchtnoml, Kentucky. Nlcholasvillo has increased the ter for one. Canor to bo very large, with proper treatment Several important witnesses for tho prosRoberts, who was weiKhlnji from 700 to 1,000 lbs. nt from ecution being absent tho trial was post- liquor license to $SO0. given three years for killing Deputy Tho lost was tho banner week of the Jailer Bales, of IS months to two years old and fatten at poned to tlth of October. Madison county, was It is doubtful if there is a town and World's Fair, tho attendance being boU to Win. anv aire. John Buchanan not takon as his case goes up to the Moreland itf fat stopi at 5c. Win. More county of comparative size in the United court of appeals. DANVILLE, KY. The G. A. R. decided thnt the next land bought ten veal calves of variouB States that will send more representaMieses Jennie and . Marie Warren tives to tho World's Fair than Danvlllo National encampment shall be held in have parties around town at Irom 12 to fl per returned to their home in Stanford. The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. and Boylo. Tho exodus averages about Pittsburgh. head. Nell Elkin has returned to Atlanta. pMrs. With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While the course ol instruction is espeGus Richardson has notified A. J. Misses cially adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at the same time to furWe have Been two mothers recently 20 people a week. It is estimnted that Laura Smith, Katio Walden, e nish a liberal Kngllsh education to any who desire it In connection with the Academy, Grogs that ho will contest his nominawhoso hearts aro nearly broken over tho at least f.'K.OOO will havo been transferand Bessie Marksbury are attending A druukenness of their sons; both bright red from Boylo to Chicago when tho fair tion for the Senate. tho World's Fair. J. Joseph ia in CinA Chattanooga judge has decided just entering manhood, but enter- is over. boys cinnati tliis week buying goods. W. A. Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol cf the Principal. Regular study Centre College begins its 7Uh ses- that progressive euchre is gambling and and the hours under the ing it through tho broad gate. Wo know Berkele, of Surveyor Collier's office, was a Christian home supervision of the Principal and assistantsadvantages. restraints and government oi are combined with the best educational sion Students aro coming must be punished as such. For further particulars in regard o board, tuition, etc., address these boys well; know they have plenty here Sunday. J. P. Saudifer, of by the County Clerk hum W. Hill, of MadiPresident Young, a of feeling for the sorrow of others and in JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville. Ky. is In town. Eld. R. Graham 1). lor many yeara and now an L. L. son, is dead. He had just been renom- Frank that each loves his mother with h true D. returns to the Bible College at devotion, yet they will o7ery fow days D., the latter degreo haying been con- inated by a majority oi471. Lexington Frank Montgomery shot and killed open afresh tho wounds they havo made ferred upon him by Princeton last year, R. E. Hughes, local editor of the In mother'H heart by getting drunk. thinks that despite tho hard times tho Henry Carpenter at Pinovillo In a famihas resigned his brothers-in-law- . Tho sighs and tears and prayers of moth-er- a attendance will bo much greater than ly quarrel. They were placo and leaves this morning for AnderThe American mission at Berlin has and sletflra seem powerless to check last year and consequently the largest son county, where he goes on duty as been advanced to the grade of an embasthey go on nnd on giving way since tho war. them and U. S. Storekeeper. Mr. Henry Danville horses havo been .coining sy and Minister Runynn was made In their weakness to their terrible thirst an excellent young gentleman, of to the front right along in recent confor whisky. One of these mothers Is Danville, has accepted the position on Scott Fields, a Corinth youth, shot afraid of her boy' Just think of It! tests. Old Charley P. lowered his record to 2:11 at Indianapolis, Wednesday. On and killed Martha Hanally, a deRsoluto the paper vacated by Mr. Hughes and Afraid of tho child who has been her commenced his work Mr. care and study, for whom she the same day Elkin won tho 2:25 trot nt woman, because she was too free with Cartwright has been in the newspaper Bardstown, purse J:W0. On Tuesday her smiles. would endure every privation, undergo Guinet won the 2,25 pace, purse $ 1,500, Tho resignation of Josiah Quincy, business for some time. Here's wishing overy sulluring; who has been her both gentlemen much success in their prido from babyhood to man's e- af.Chicgo; bevt time2.inj. On Thurs- Assistant Secretary of State, has been now places. pace at accepted. He wants to run for governor statethink of this child causing bis day Gambrel won tho .200 of Massachusetts. fear; to hide New Albany: Geomia Leo the mother to tremble with MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ut Chicago and It is Bald that O. J. Flemmlng of hears him coming, because she stake for when she Lt. Smith, cf tho U. S. recruiting Hnrrietta got second money in the 2:12 Woodford, has been slated: fori revenue is afraid he will kill her or somu memtrot at Chicago; purso il.GOO. agent for Kentucky over 10 applicants. force, married Miss Annie Smith nt ber of the family while drunk! Oh' South Portsmouth, O., five hours after There are several liilit cases of UN worth 11,000. boys, I wished very much for you to A mob hung Ben Jackson, a negro, he first met her. Their correspondence enough to have heard diphtheria in town. An urbanely-mindehavo been near M. D. thinks there should be an ordi- at Quincy, Miss. He threw poison into began by a photograph of tho bride the sighs that catno from the heart you To have seen nance compelling the display of danger a well, causing the death of two children falling into the hands of tho groom and havo so nearly broken cards nt residences where contagion of Thomas Woodruff. it led to tho result named. tho tears as they trickled down tho furdiseases exist. He ways that neighbors' At about sunrise this morning, nt Four negro children were burned to rows that your conduct has made in tho friend when children havo several times rushed in death in Woodford. The parents had tho Presbyterian church, Middlesboro, cheek of your best, truest room of a patient ill with diphtheria left them in thu Iioubo by themselves Miss Foxie Pennington, tho handsome she talked of thu condition you were in tho before they could be stopped. It is while they went away. and stylish daughter of Squire T. M. Saturday, and Haiti with choked voice doubted, however, if tho red cards would Kx-S. Senator W. B. Machen, Pennington, will becomo Mrs. P. E. that she did not know what to do; she prove suilicient warning to children once congressman and railroad commis- Kemp, immediately after which tho had fiaid all she could nay, and would without a parent's discipline. will leave for Chicago. There were sioner, has been adjudged insane nnd havo to let him go' Think for a moment The most familiar sight that wil placed in a lunatic asylum. no cards, but their friends weio expectpitying your mother over of tho world greet the gaze of the verdant flesh as ho Tho town of Lockport, La., was ed to be present. Misses Annie and your treatment of her' Now don't let alights from tho train to speiid a struck by a cyclone antl left a iiiofs of Mary Alcorn went up yesterday to ather feel this way any longer. Resolve in thu classic halls of Centre, ruins. Six persons were killed and sev tend. to bo men, for you nlonu can do thic; will be tho llaming posters eloquently eral were seriously iujured. turn vour bnck on whisky nnd thoEo CHURCHAFFA1RS. During tho duel scene in Romeo and your brains, your announcing Rinding Bros' ''Greatest on who uco It. They cot Rev. V. A. Slaymaker will preach money, your reputation, and leave you Karth." Tho anticipation of thu exhibi- Juliet, at Pittsburg, Thomas Keene, the AT tion which takes placo the 23d, will great tragedian, accidentally thrust his nt tho Baptist church, Crab Orchard, without a stall' to help you in life, not lit to live, not good enough to die. When doubtless greatly aid in tiding him over sword Into the eye, destroying the sight next Thursday night nt 7. .'10. Rev. V. K. Arnold, wife and chil you read these lines say "I can and will that homo sick period, which comes into of Lawrence Lowell, tho other duelist. tho lives of nil upon thu first extended I am at ill worthy of Scranton, Iowa, now has tho Mum- dren left yesterday to atteud tho Methoshow tho world mer snake. Tho reptile is reported to dist Conference at Maysville. Mr. Ar- and trust," for many eyes nre upon stay from under tho paternal roof. Circuit Court convened yesterday. 10 feet long and 10 inches in diameter, uuiu tins muue a most excellent nastor you. many know the good you can do; and the church hopes that he will bo re many would be glad to give you a lift out The most interesting cases of the term with a head liko a calf and a whistle aro tho trial of L. D. Woods, of Cleve- which terroizes overy ono who hears it. turned, in which tho community generof this mire it you will but let them. , land, (., for killing Barney Fred P. O'Connor, the young train ally unites, for he is held in the highest .FOR, which begins and tho dnmago dispatcher, whosu mistakes in giving or- esteem by everybody. Pierre LonllHrd's great race horse, -- The Rev. Dr. Gilford, of Chicago, milt of Policeman Steele, of Versailles, ders caused the fearful disaster on the Lamplighter, was sold to G. Walbaum, against tho police committee of the town Pan Handle nt the Colehour Bend, has being censured for going to a club tho Gultenburg turf magnate, forS'20,000. where seven kinds of wine were council nnd Chief of Police Helm. skipped and his whereabouts aru unMr. lxrillard paid JM.OOO for him. served, replied that he would go to hell Woods has employed Hon. J. W. Yerkes, known. A blooming jay, who was too poor of this place, nnd Hon. O. H. Wnddle, John Riddle, a young society nnd to pray il lie was invited. The doctor take n naner. sent i'2 to a yankee to of Somerset, to to defend him. Messrs. business man of Henderson, committed seems to bo going that way without learn how to stop ti horso from slobber- Breckinridge and Felix Fox are counsel suicide. He was married Friday to even an invitation, but whether he will ing nnd received thtn information, for Steele. Mi 88 Lora McMullen and left her at I pray after he gets there is like the "trick "Learn him to nplt." The detectives, Bennett and White, o'clock next morning, going to n hotel, untried, hard to be justified." Tho Madison county fair grounds who worked up tho whisky Our good friend, Squire E. B. Cald and gamb- where ho shot himself below the heart. were aold at auction Saturday to Shelby ling cases here during tho fair, returned J. W.Jones, wen, Jr., yesterday brought us in the It is said thatex-SherilIrvine for $C,:W0. They include '571 last week to bo present at tho Goodloe of Daviess county will bo backed by. minutes of tho Cumberland River Aeso acres of land, an amphitheatre, houses, trial. Immediately upon their arrival Governor Brown and Secretary of State ciation, winch met recently at tho enables, track, &c. they started for 2d street and in a abort Headley for warden of the Frankfort Double Springs church at Xew Waynes-burg- . In the tlrst section of tho live stock while a volley of shots It repreoents 10 churches with n rent tho still night prison. Tho other members favor Senexhibit at tho World's Fair, closing last air. Mysteriously no ono was hurt and ator George and the usunl tow and rum- membership of 'J,(H2, tho increase by Saturday, Kentucky won 24 first prizes, of course there aro two letter and baptism during tho year be- Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adsides of the af- pus is assured. 10 second prizes, 7 third prizes and four fair. Tho detectives claim that while R. ZIM1YIER, Stanford, Ky. Win. Whalen, in jail nt Xenia, O , ing 117 and the decrease by death but dress. fourth nrlzes. besides I modals and one walking up 2d tho gas lights lo. Hie next meeting will be with the woro turnintenfor assaulting n farmer with the f250 cup. ed out and the negroes began to rock tion of robbing him, has confessed that Buck Creek church about Sept. 1, 1S94. and fho at them and they returned tho ho and three confederates killed Win, William M. Wllchor, of Carpenter's -- I lie treasury reports S20o,S02,C00 shots. Tho negroes say the detectives Koegler nnd Lon Keys, Bomo three years Creek, Casey county, died on the 7th flourished pistols and used foul language ago. The killing had remained a mys- in United States bonds held to Becure inst. of typhoid fever. On the Sth his townrd them aud began shooting without tery till Whaleu's confession. national bank circulation. funeral was preached t Roberta Chapel cause. At the trial Bunnctt was fined This is bad news. The president "Finest Trains in the South." At Franklin, Ind., Georgo Moss Kirk. bv Rev. John 20 nnd costs for disturbing the peace. residence and opened out a sa- says he is gaing to let District Attorney rented a Through Cars to Chicago wlhout change, from "At early morn to work ho goes, The residents of Danville nre deter- loon in it. Tho citizons objected to tho Jolly fill out his full four years. New Orleans, Meridian, Birmingham. ChatThrough wiutry rain audsleet: : The Confederate monument at Chitanooga, Jacksonville, Fit., Atlanta, Macon, In summer whou ho reaps and mows mined to wash the sobriquet of "Dusty" sale of whisky in the town and got rid of Ashcville, N. C, Knoxville. Tcnn., l.exington Ho pants beneath the heat; from their town, ns well as the actual him by placing dynamite under his cago will bo unveiled October 7. Col. W. and Georgetown, Ky. Choice of routes vu And what hoeaniB ho shares with me, nrtlcle from tho streets nt no matter house. Ho and bis wifo wero both hurt C. P. Breckinridge will bo the orator of alCincinnati or via Louisville. How very thankful I ahould be." lowed on all World's Fair tickets, at Chattawhat cast or trouble. Ttiey ore aroused and wero glad enough to get off with the day. J. H. M. nooga, Louisville, Indianapolis or Cincinnati. The Irish Homo Rule Bill was reon tho water works question as they their lives. For further information as to Kates', Car O. X. Bradburn, the fouuder of the jected by the House of Lords by a vote havo never been before. Mr. Cheater Service, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call A Hearty Welcome. on or address any agent of the Queen & B. Davis, an expert hydraulic engineer Knights of Honor, died in Louisville, of 419 to 11, and tho "grand old man," Crescent Route or E. T. V. & G. Ry. is given Stockton's Antiseptic by those order spread into Gladstone, was sat severely upon. saw the D. G. F.nwARiw, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. who havo Buffered with Dyspepsia or In- from Chicago, was engaged last week to Saturday, He George Dye, a wealthy Georgia plandigestion, for it is a Buro cure. It stops make examination of tho various sources 1 States, with 4,000 subordinate lodges fermentation in tho stomach and allows fora water supply. He made an ex- aud $57,000,000 paid to widows and or- ter, is dead and left his fortune of over nature time to digest tho food. Try it; haustive report Saturday and recom phans, and yet he was not a member of half a million dollars to tho negro family it has nover failed with others and will mended Dix River above the mouth of it at the time of his death and will get which had attended him for more thnn not in your case. 50 years. Clark's run the moat available source none of its benefits. ABk A. 11. Penny, Stanford, for it. DANVILLE. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September to-da- y, Lox-inKto- CHmSTIAN COJLLdEi&E, Hustonvillo, K7. CENTRAL M1VERSITY house-breake- r, ) to-da- kw Centre College Academy. Home Boarding aud Training Department Al-ti- Mld-dlesbo- ro, car-loa- to-da- Record-Homestea- d, Cart-wrigh- t, o. to-da- life-lon- g con-Bta- nt Your account is due the 1st day of each month. M'KINNEY BROS. Elegant New Stock of free-for-a- ll 1 three-year-ol- d new-pai- r Rugs, Carpets, Mattings Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, ct Severance & Son CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. HL-gius- to-da- ban-qu- et Fancy Groceriesjread, Cakes, Pies f A Good Meal for 25 Cts. Queen & Crescent Route Stop-ocr- s 1 THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. J ? it J.-. ?vm$mwmiv vTWjWM mrrw & ! 1lM atnWitf'piii -- -. .-"' !'wnrt":. sjr!, . r i IT It makes his friends shudder to think Tho Samoan village presents tho homo IThow near Col. Etnmett G. Logan came to lifoofthe natives in their thatched cot biiing mnilo a dnmned moist corpso while tages. In one of them is a man who for on n visit to Hon. Harvey Myers at Cov- a Biimll fee will bIiow you how tiro is Stanford, Ky., Skitemiikk 12,18!).5 ington. Sunday's Kmiuirer tells how he mado from riibbinii sticks together, a was awakened during tho night by a process we have all heard of but fewsupposed burglar in his room and how seen. They have, as do moat of tho vll W. P. WALTON. in order to pursue him, tho editor inad- lnges, a theatre also, in which tho most vertently slipped on his breeches with unique of performances are given. the rearward to tho frontward and was There are eight lakes, called lBgoone, That a rush to any business house in these dry and dull times means something, hence it is generally un about to send a poor little pet donkey to in tho grounds, all connected and all derstood that the kingdom come, when Mr. Mvers rushed navigable by small boats. They cover to tho scene and snapped his pistol atthe 01 acres and surround a largo island emcomical looking cues. Fortunately it bracing 10 acres, which is covered with DEMOCRATIC TICKET. didn't go off, but the two. did, after ex- trees, shrubbery and tlowers from overy planations wcro made, and devoutly State. The grounds lie along the lake, a For Representative, Of customers daily visiting our estnb'iahment know where they can get Bargains, and this readily knelt down by the side of tho ref rige beautiful view of which is had and the HARVEY accounts for and after striking the combination, seats along it aro always crowded with opened it and joined together in drink- spectators. A reproduction of La Rabi-dFor Superintendent of Public Scrtooli, ing n glass of Hire's root beer, and with tho conveut in which Columbus couSIcCLARY. W. hands clasped vowed that henceforth riered the idea of tho world's rotundity, and hereafter that particular brand is located on the shore. Justice is usually very slow and often- would be their drink for life. The story It is said that the art building contimes not so sure, but South Carolina hath tho flavor of a fishy odor through tains fivo miles of galleries, all filled has just furnished an example that the out, but tho last recital proves the story with pictures and statuary. It is a good other States in general and Kentucky in a fake, or the reporter didn't know his day's work to walk through it alone, be particular, would do well to emulate. men us well as eotno of the rest of us do. sides a most pleasing and instructive With new goods arriving by almost every train, having been bought at the lowest figures in large one. She "hung by tin) neck until he was quantities to supply our ai.vcr.il Ai am moth Stores in different parts of the country, we are ready, able . It is a girl after all and it arrived Sat- The electrical building is tho most .. dead, dead, dead, and may God have urday afternoon. The child had been willing andAAA waiting to introduce Haigains even more "gigantic in their stupendousness and magnitude" mercy on his soul," a rich and influen- born in the White House and that added brilliantly lighted establishment in the than those we nave been giving you The public is now just about as familiar with the song in our tial man, whose wealth and position on- interest to the event, which is usually world. In it night is absolutely turned praise as they are with ly served to delay the doom that seemed interesting enough. The uncrowned to day and the sceno is brilliant beyond of Columinevitable from the first. The victim of queen of American womanhood is doing description. Heroic pictures bus and Beniamin Franklin, formed of the gibbet was a perfect Apollo, weighed nicely and so is the little one, who is said incandescent lights, aro presented in 00 pounds and had a most distinguished to be just like her mamma. Tho presievery color and shado imaginable and air. Ho killed two men and by suborn- dent is also doing as well as could bo exIt ing witnesses went acquit. But when pected, but Baby Ruth is as mad as she they are a source of real wonder. takes 22,000 horse power engines to he drugged and outraged his can be. drive the dynamos in this buildins. The magnificent piece of music that every body now sings and whistles from early morn till dewy eve; so and killed her brother for interferThe California exhibit is a show in it is pretty certain that Hon. G. M. et a move on yourself and come to sec as, and we'll send you home happy. Thanking each and every It ing, it was more than even lax laws large fortune stay ex Davison will make the race for the sen self. This Btate appropriated a greater nc for favors in the dim past, we arc yours, respectfully, could stand or bis cept for a season. He met his ignomini- ate for the republicans in this district, amount, $000,000, than any other and her ous death in the cringing manner becom- which is a close one. Mr. Davison's display is on the grandest and most : ing the coward that he was and society plan of campaigning is not of the most comprehensive scale. Each of the prin: d and approved order, but it cipal counties have exhibits of their breathed easier when his body, did the "dull thud" act. If all murderers could has proved successful on several occa- wonderful fruits, flowers and other dis A. URBANSKY, receive a like portion, this country sions, bo this warning is printed that the tinguishing features and they are almost would cease to be ridden rough shod by democrats may be on their guard and beyond imagination. A huge pyramid of oranges of immense size strikes the to be held at Danville on the .TOth day of men who thirst for human blood and not be caught by still hunters. -- : beholder on entering the building and September, 1S93, to nominate a candi cfltintA their Infortiat H',rw..WWM it ... .Ma..!.. nnnntlraa nn ... . VM.....W .. . ,. .. l. KMIMaaBa. .inn. yiiuiniy lui luu boicuuuu ut n he is kept in a series of surprises as long date for State Senator. Rhi'kki-ncks- . We approve as correct the expression The appointment of Hon. Albert S. democratic candidate for mayor and oth as he remains. W. A. Slay ma er municipal officers in Louisville comes means of cheap of opinion by our district committee that ker, A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCIa Willis to be minister to Hawaii is a good Thoro aro various and tho papers of that city transportation from the city, S miles to the democrats of Lincoln county beone. Mr. Willis represented the Louis- - off ry, J. W. lVsrin, J. W. Wallace, ville district in Congress very creditably will perhaps find something else to print away, to the grounds. Electric cars, longs tho right of naming a candidate John Ncwland, J. N. Mencfcc, E. m and was only retired because he stuck auoui ana give us a rest, lor wuicti re railroads, steamboats, Tally Hcs, Ac, Ac for this position and in response, believe G. Waller, Wni. Rice, W. C. Ab-beto Mrs. Virginia Thompson for postmas- lief let us give much thanks. The elevated railway, which starts at it to be our duty to present tho name of T. H. Meals, R K. Wcarcn, ter instead of getting her place for a Congress, near State, is perhaps the best a suitable gentleman for this position W. G. Kancy. A. J. Harp. Thk Iowa prohibitionists must intend as it is the cheapest, cents n trip. The and to respectfully ask aud insit-- upon democrat. In other words his people to bury their hopes this year. They e thought that he was more of a But should ho not cars leave every 2 minutes each way his nomination. Every one guaranteed. Special Coffin for governor and tho crowds on them in the early meet with tho tmdorsement of the re than a democrat and elected Ash have nominated a and each of them proposes to drive a morning inducements now offered. Caruth over him. They got a democrat nail in it. and late afternoon are fearful mainder of the district, and should some in so doing, but that is all. Ash's recito get in? democrat from another county bo nomSOME WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. from Chicago we had as inated, we pledge to him our earnest. tal of "What I done" can be told in few RKTunsi.va H. WEAREN CO. er words. He gets all the pensions, ofI could not get half of what I wanted traveling companions Mr. T. G. Watkins loyal and effective support. fices and appropriations he can for his in Friday's letter so I give a few addi. city editor of tho and Believing that our fellow countyuuun district without regard to right or jus- tional notes of curiosities and other won. his handsome wife. They had spent 10 CdI. W. G. Welch, possesses to an emitice. In fact, as one of his constituents derful things to be seen at the great days at the Fair and still were anxious nent degiee all the qualifications for this for more, but Mr. Watkins duties im- position, we recommend to the conven remarked, he is simply an attorney for Fair: his people, with never the suspicion of a is a diamond peratively demanded his return. Ho in- tion his uomina ion and instruct our In the German exhibit statesman about him. valued at $100,000. formed ub that it was understood that delegaKs thereto to use all fair aud I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Occupying the centre of the rotunda the Kentucky Commissioners had not honorable means to secure it. What a fall my countrymen! From of the administration building is an ex- expended half of the 1100,000 appropria and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the v e appoint as delegates to the constock. the editor of a great daily to a common, act reproduction of the United States tion and that they would likely return vention W. P. Walton, R. U. Bronaugh, watches former price $50 now $40 00; Ladiesj every day noser after a social scandal. Treasury at Washington constructed en- to the treasury at least $40,000. This is R. C. Warren, Win. Laudgratf, Richard Ladies watches former price S35 now $27.00; Col. 0. E Sears, the erstwhile head of a tirely, of souvenir dollars. It is about as gratifying after seeing the manner of Bibb, Tipton Sitnuis, J. G. Wenthe rford, Ladies' watches former price S25 now $17. 50! great moral engine, is now engaged in large as a small hen house and is won disnlav thev have, but the money was W. H. Traylor, S. J. Embry, J. S. Uwh getting up material for a big sensation derfully constructed. The number of intended to be spent and ought to have lev. Sr Jas. H. Moore. Samuel T. Harris Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the anent tho Breckinridge-Pollar- d affair. pieces of coin has not been told. A been spent in judiciously advertising and E. B. Caldwell, Jr. The believers in Wattersonphobia think guessing contest with a big prize will re- our resources. Hon. R C. Warren was for Col. Welch : : this is naturally the result of an unusu- veal the total. After ono has.visited tho Fair, ho is but he was not in position to accept or ally rapid caso of that disease and feel Tho greatest object of curiosity in the ready to agree with the calculator that reject the nomination just now, and This sale will be made for CASH. Uring the money along with you. that he has brought the punishment up- Pennsylvania building is the old Liberty to spend five minutes at each exhibit it wanted the convention to name some on himself. Can not Bro. Knott, of the Bell, crack and all. It is jealously would take you 'Jti years to bhu them all one who would be sure to cany the banALouisville Post, read the handwriting on guarded by men who seem to fear that An intramural railway, run by elec ner. He was sorry that any mention of the wall or will he continue to fly in the even a look will injure it. II. IJ. KING. tricity, conveys passengers inside tho tho Senatorial race was made. The peo (JnOKGK II. PKI.WITT. face of fate? The cradle in whichthe two Adamses, grouuds for 10 cents a ride or round-trip- . ple of Lincoln county and he personally It is elevated and a pretty good are for Mcureary, but wo should nomiThe Ricnmond Register doesn't see John and John Quincy, afterwards presidents of the United States, were rocked, general view of the buildings can be ob nate a man unhnndicapped by such an how Hon. D. B. Kdmiston can neglect his duties as storekeeper and gauger to is in the Massachusetts building, which tained from it. The other means of issue. Mr. Miller insisted on the adop MORELAND, KV., Wq have opened up a nice line of become a candidate for Clerk of the Sen- contains many relics of the old colonial transportation are chairs on rollers, push tion of tho resolutions and Bright For days. ed by men who a'so act as guides. The rill advocated it in a warm speech. He ate. There is nothing hard about that. In the Government exhibit is one of price of a chair has been redured to I " a knew that the people of this county are Dry Mr. Kdmiston has already made his call the large trees from California. It is . ing and electieu sure to tho clerkship hollowed out and is as large as an ordi day or 50 cents an hour. Tho same for McCreary aud wauted it so exprefcs-odan hour if you chairs can bo hired at Mr. A. K Denny took occasion to and all he will have to do will be to get a nary size room inside. A do your own pushing. There are many say that the report that he would not We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could furlough for CO days and fill it. The ofget wagon could leasily drive through the seats in the grounds in places, but they vote for Gov. McCreary if ho was semi the most for the least money. I Iardware was bought in car load lots fices are not incompatible, the clerkship doors cut in it. are nearly always filled. For 2oc a day tor was untrue and that ho would vote which enables us to make very low prices. Salt not being of the class that a man cannot Si. 50. There is a leather belt, for machinery, you can get a little camp stool, weigh- a) the people of the four counties said, Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save vou hold two of at the same time. feet long, SJ wide and 3 ply. It ing less than o pounds, which you can but that he had his personal preference money. The Hon. Hamilton Fish, Grant's sec- took 5G'J hides to make it and its weight carry aloni; with you and sit down when in the race. He whs for Col. Welch and STWc are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. ond Secretary of State, died of heart fail- is 5,173 pounds. It is the largest ever you list. moved that he be nominated. Judge We have 11 yearling Southdown Hucks and i.S Huck Lambs, all made. ure at Garrison, N. Y., a few daya ago, Were there no Fair to see Chicago W. E. Varnon said that Col. Welch's thoroughbred, for sale. e In the Horticultural building is a aged So. He was an original whig, but would be well worth the visit. It is the position in the senatorial race was pracof the magnificent New York l, evoluted into a republican and beside It tically that of every man worthy of replargest city in tho United States. made entirely of white flowers. It the office named he was governor and covers an area of 1S2 square miles and resenting this people. The resolutions is certainly a present beauty if not a joy lieuteuant governor of tho Empire State, forever. has 775 miles of paved streetB. It is tho were then adopted by a large majority congressman and U. S. Senator. For greatest railroad centre and greatest live mil the meeting adjourned. In the street of Cairo, which is in the 18 OVER THE more than half a century he served the PlaiBance, camels and native donkeys stock and wheat market in tho world. public and though not much of a states-ma- are for hire and buildings are on a most magnificent are attended by real Tho he acted well his part and there all Egyptians for the camels, but tho little scale and tower almost to tho heavens. A HOUSE AND BDARD STOLEN, the honor lies. ones, who lead tho donkeys are evident- The Masonic building is LM stories high of granite. ly negroes raised in this country. A and looks like a huge block $25 Thk Owensboro Messenger pays a deIt is a city of beautiful parks, over 2,300 ruio on ajcamei costs vou L'o and on a served compliment to Mr. Cicero T. SutIt will On the night ol Vugm! 21, 1833, a Momc. Huck donkey 15 cents, The camels lie down acres being devoted to them. IjoirJ und lt.irnc wereMoicn from my stublo in ton, its retiring city editor, who has pay you to take several daya to go over Stanford. Kv 'lhe ilorte it a Clictnut Sorrel. on cushions when not at work and when filled the position most worthily for six ycurs old, white in face, about isihamlt hIioiii ten tho city when you go to the Fair. h it'll, whltu feet, had wind putf on n,j!it hind leg; years. Ho has resigned to take charge they tret up with their load it is quite rather thin III order. I ho lluclcboard has udu amusing to watch tho persons. The tmr iiiriiiKs, red running uvar with black body of the Princeton Banner, which he has COL. W.G.WELCH. 'I he hutch collar hariicti nwrly new. purchased. Mr. Sutton is an nil around dromedary risea hind end first and then recovery of tho I Convention Suggests Him crtywill civo Ji reward lor M. K KI.KIN. tiiop. newspaper man and one of the most with a terrific lunge he gets on his foro The Democratic Stanford, Ky. 31 for the Senate. feet, while the riders look like they will capable, as he is t''e most Tho convention to appoint delegated intheStato. The Banner,, will be car- be thrown to kingdom comu. Tho streot is exactly like tho original, but it to the Heuatorial convention waa held ried high in the advance of the column looks a little incongruous to see bar- hero yesterday. Chairman R. R. Gentry hereafter. rooms placarded "Milwaukee Beer oc" called the meeting to order and suggest FROM adnit'ilitratOM ol Sitmui'l KnclerrMii, Scientists say that a frog cannot at soveraljpoint8 along the thoroughfaro. ed tho nomination of a permanent chair weAwill nil to the highest and best bidder atdeed, LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. I. . 11. .uuitjj The Moorish Palace, situated near the man, lion. uuiiuuniuu Kngleinan's mile from Hubble on the Lancas breathe with its mouth open- - It's n pity ter pike, on DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE that some people were not built that Ferris wheel n tho Plaiaance, is one of Mr. Gentry for the position nnu u. n. aecretary, and put the moINCIUD(S) way, and that when they stroll around the most interesting places to visit. It Bronaugh for 22, 1893, Pullman Vtitlbula Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cara after it waa beconded. Both the following described property In longing 10 a reproduction of Spain's tion himself with their mouths open it would shut off contains a pu.zling magic maze of 1,000 gentlemen were cho3en and then Mr. the deed, to wit Only Route Through tho Indiana their breaths forever and a day. They good work maru, 6 brown work do not seem to appreciate the old adago mirrors placed in every coucoivable po- Miller, after a high eulogy of Col. Welch, mar $ ycart old, i niceyean old. r bay gelding, Natural Gas Bolt. year old nfl Kim laddie which Bays "keep your eyes ope t but sition, tin guillotine with which Marie whose personal preferences ho Baid wero extraa good worker, good broke to horse, 4 years old, 3 year old geldings THROUGH TICKETS yearbng Antoinette was beheaded as well as a for Gov. McCreivy for Senator, ollered saddle colt, a fine milk cows with ride, THCJt UMt AND TMrm CONNtCTIONJ your mouth shut." young calves, UCUM0 AT Tht pniNCifAt. TicutT yearling Jersey heifer, extra good jpnnct nnu oriicit or following resolutions: panorama of theimob and execution, in the tOUTHIRn MllA. jennet colt, sow and pigs, $ a year old mulct. Thk only woman whe was ever known wax, and what is said to bo the finest For irtcut. information in ricaro to rath Tho democrats of Lincoln county, in i. CCUDtD DtTAllI COhCCRMNQ THIS to hit what she threw at with a rock, collection of life like wax figures in the mass meeting aaseinhled, recognizing the FARMING IM1MJ5M ION'1'.-SERVICE, riiAtE Arnv in pinion on The tale to bctgin at 9 30. V! Ail' ti uttir o ivnil I r l iTh at Bloomington. Her world There is also an optical illusion importance of party organization, diskilled hur man TIKCRAM TO IITHH or THE IpilOAINO I Terms: Sums under lio cath, over that amount iJvJJy w?i Al good ecurity r Visti""! S.H.UCIT, Souliern IWr Irmt, . JlSETIUt TETJ. name is Mrs. Geortio McAfee and she theatre three acts, during which the cipline and unity of purpose and action, credit of 3 months, notes withI rust Co. at the Farmers Hank At K1 nil' lb f iji TV. Vfrv.of. O. R. ENfJLKMAN, ought to bo exhibited at the World's Fabian sisters sing in 10 different lan- approve of the call of a convention of tnpiivfii.' r i. . ."-"1. 1MFRS3Y Dtlr.fi V,..r l..rt V.. W. OIVF.NS. .'". :rV."''TV...- r inai, rss . . t Fair as the greatest livii.g curiosity. , . av AvJiii.tfv """" mv"'t '"" tad T.j. -sts;ciscinia.o guages. party of tho ISth senatorial district Adniri. tho ..U.r. riorta Semi-Weekly Interior Journal -- - GOES WITHOUT SAY1N6 lare 6 OB 8 PAGES. HELM. ra-to- r, a, F. "The Silk in the Goeoanut." V 'AFTER THE BALL THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. J J sister-in-la- w high-tone- I A ... J I VAPOR rygBBifr STOVES. to-da- y ." t Camp-bellit- W. & Courier-Journa- l, Great Clearance Sale. SAME SWEEPING -- REDUCTION. ir,. iFiEiisriisry. KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods four-hor- se '.: Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing '03 min-aturcap-ito- gPTC & FUEWITT. The World's Fair Route from the South - u Pennsylvania SHORT LiNES REWARD. hard-workin- g Administrator's Sale I 1 V FRIDAY, SEPT. 1 4 1 1 1 1 Stey V v VIA CAH OC AN FIRST-CLA- 1 I im-ab- le 55-t- 'l . S.'' ' ..Scyi' niiSf, ... -- .. - . K .Ah.-.- f.A 3- yt.Jfc.- - i.m!um-- ; j ;rhn U K 1 Southdown ewes and bucks for sale. Thk great Somerset Fair begins today Semi-WeekInteriorJournal KvBnvTin.va St and quito a number ol our people will Dr. C. Fowler, Stanford. in tho jewelry line cheap J. 0. Jones sold to Mrs. Job. Coffey attend. for cftBli at i'ennv'n. filly for $140. a Ky.,Seitkmhi:h 12, 1893 John Muiitiiy, of May wood, has a fine LtcniT showers fall every day but bo Btakford, W. D. Clark shipped 90 head of fat Ci-OOID-S far hardly suflicient to lay the dust, and cattle averaging about 1,100 lbs. bought 12 pound boy nt his house it continues very, very dry. at $4.25. Winchester Sun. K. C. Walton, Business Manager MY- A (iooi liRht weight jacket for Ji.OO. You owe us and you must pay. We At Indianapolis Nancy Hanks cov All coinu at reduced prices, severance must havo our money, hard times or no ered a mile in 2:01, within of a second it Son. of her world'B record. MEANS BUSINESS, hnrd times. McKinney Bros. For Sale Fine seed rye; carload of us to Stato George P. HiiuihT re)uests Buy your flchool books and school sup of Fon Sale. Fine seed rye, 11. Penny's. hns declined the idea of running old corn; ditto nice, bright, Belted clover old corn; ditto nice bright Baited clover that he plies ol all kinds nt A. Goods are- hay. M. J. Hnrris, Crab Orchard. Watches, clocks nnd jowelry repaired for county fudgo. M. J. Harris, Crab Orchard. hay. D. C. Terhuno fc Co., bought hero nnd wnrrnnteil. Engraving a specialty, Thk hop club here has received an inyesterday 30 weanling mules, mostly It. Penny's. at A. Wk have just opened tho first shipvitation to to the Fair hop nt Somerset medium btock, at an average of Thk eoda wntor Byrupa at A. It. Penment of dress goods, consisting of Hen- horses, 32. ny' am mnilo with pnro fruit Juices and on tho night of tho 14th. riettas, Sergea, Flannels, Hop Sackings are delightful. Try tlrem. J. P. Crow won the three minute I.03T. Side curtains ol buggy on Dan- nnd Habit Cloths. Full line of Silk class trot at Bardatown Friday with hia Hanging Fork and Velvets. Severance Son. ville pike between PERSONAL POINTS. mare, McKinney Belle; time2:293. NanStanford. Mack LawBon, Stanford. Wo havo for sale a cy Cnrr got second money in the 2:25 To PniNTKits. Mibb Kati: Cuhtih in visiting In Som Foil Hunt. A cottage of three rooms, 17x21 combination news and job platen class tho same day. ereet. Capt. B. F. Powell requests all perMibb Moi.uk Wkli.8 Is visiting injunct- kitchon and collar, wtth good cistern; sit- press, which we will sell at n bargain. uated on Lancaster street. Inquire nt It is just the thing for n country ollice. sons having colts by his English Hunter ion City. Write for price to Interior Journal, to bring them to McCormacks church Mn. J. T. IIockkr left yesterday for tho Higglns & Watts' coal office. Stanford. next Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, great Fair. Without n doubt Danks the Jeweler of a Beacon a Keeloy Da. Dick, head of the 0. 0. Our ornithological exhibit received an when he will give premium has tho newest, neatest and nobbiest of the horse to the owner of the best colt. Cure, was here yesterday. lino ol watches, jowelry, etc., In Stan- addition yesterday from Prof. M. J. A very large crowd attended Mr. F. Mu. C. A. Hick, of Tnylorsvillo, la Iirough a lino specimen of that class of ford. Prices to Buit tho people. Every week from now on we will show nllfthc new thincs out. L. Shipman's salo Saturday and Bplendid his cousin, K. 0. Gaines. birds which gratifies its appetite by present raids upon the passer domestics. harness mare LBeautiful Hop Sackings, Jacquards, Whip Cords, 6-Broad Cloths, prices were realized. A Mm. H. L. Hbynoldi, of Junction Odik Paul was not ready to brought $137.50; seven Jersey cowb sold Hennnetta s in Cotton Mixtures, All Wools and Silk Warps, in all his Bide of tho killing ol Ike Helm, when City, is quite ill of typhoid fever. Thk county court yesterday was as at an average of $50; Jersey calves $13; the new shades of Royal Purple, Golden Brown, Hunters Green, Miw. KnniK Coolcy is in Howling his case wna called Friday and it was barren ol interest as last year's almanac. corn in crib $2 85. Farming implements Blacks, Heliotropes, &c, &c. continued till 10 a. m. Thursday. The melancholly days are upon us and Green attending n Normal school. All fiduciary settlements were contin- and household and kitchen furniture we must prepare for the chilly blast. SqlmkkJohk Kllis is here from An Ca hi net photographs reduced to $1.01) ued, a surveyor of tho roads or two ap- brought nearly aB much as the cost derson county on a visit to his family. for the remainder of this pointed and that was the sum total of when new. Mrs. J. P. Maiia.v, ol Williamsburg, per dozen Don't fall to grasp this oppor- tho day's work. month. During tho season, W. A. Tribble's has been the guest of Mrs. J. P. Davis. aa you sue St !b only for a short fine mare, Kate Maloy, was shown in 15 Jl'IKlK AND MllS. II. K. CaMNIT, of tunity, Jailer Hall, of Letcher county, de- 12 ties, 8 blue, two red Hustonville, visited tho family of Mr. G. time. A. J. Karp. livered to Jailer Owens, yesterday morn rings and took B. Cooper. Whay Bruck desires to ing, H. 0. Polly, who Is under sentence and 1 green. She never failed to wear Mrs. A.nnih Mknuib. P. W. Giukn, H. G. Denny sell her millinery Btock either entiro or of til years for murder and who was the blue tie in every combined ring in Come to us and we will do both and do it at Hard Times prices. and Dr. A. 8. Price left last night for the nortions of It. See her notice In this sent hero for safe keeping pending an which she appeared. She was handled Come and look, it will do you no harm and if you wont buy of us it Drye and shown at the other World's Fair. paper and secure a bargain II you desire appeal to the court of appeals. He is a bv Doc Fairs. Logan Denny showed her at may help you to get a better bargain from some one else. I never Mh. G. I Pk.nny has moved to Mre. to go into that kind of business. fine looking fellow of 225 pounds and Lexington and PariB. Mr. Tribble ib knew a man to sell anything he had without showing it. So come and Alford's house adjoining the property of hasn't the appearance of a convict. justly very proud of the mare and would look. No trouble to show goods. Thk paintings of Miss Inez Abernathy Dr. Carpenter. We have some things to close at prices that will make the auction sooner give up his sweetheart than to Mkh. M. J. Miu.Kn and Miss Linda on exhibition at A. It. Penny's drug Thk new real ontato firm Is composed ashamed. Our remnant counter is still attractive. Our Shoes are the part with her. Oivsley have returned from a visit to store show that alio la an accomplished ol J. H. Sowder and W. H. Miller inMr. E. P. Woods' Eagle Bird got ev- best ever offered at the prices. artist and that thnt branch of instruction Our Furnishing Goods, Rugs and fnndrt In Danville. stead of G. S. Carpenter and they are College will remain at its high ery thing he went alter at the Taris fair Clothing willl be both profitable and Interesting to you. We handle Mimu Suk and Kkssik Wooi8 accom- at the ofopening up a good business. Their last week. He won the sweepstake Bad- - Standard Patterns and their Magazine at 50c. the best thing printed. panied Mr. and Mis. G. It. Kngletnan's standard. fice la In tho Intkriok JocnNALbullding, ring over eight contestants tho World's Fair. party to MIB1K8 Maciiik and Jknnik IIockkr first room to left nt top of steps, where die stallion Mh Carroll Haiucv, a brother of have boucht of Mrs. Lottie Holmes the Mr. Sowder can always bo found. Thoy and the Baddle stallion riug four years Mrs. Ixm Shanks, of Shelbyville, return cottage now occupied by Mrs. Eliza have quito a number of farms in their and over, over a ring full. The premformer was $50 and the latter ed with MIhs Anno Shanks Friday. Portman and next to Dr. J. B. Owsluv's, hands, as will bo seen by reference to ium in the Logan Denny, who has ridden him Smilky and son, Mr. J. B. for 1 1,&0. Possession will be given $25. Mn. G. D. their advertisement in this paper and each time he has been shown and who, ! ! : Stnlley, of Hlimlngham, Ala., havo been nbont Dec. 1st. will bo added to each Issue. the number by tho way, trained the great young stalm vinltlng Mrs. Kate Duddernr and Mrs. T Thk city council, nt it last meeting lion, is deserving of much praise for hiB J). Itaney. Thk closing hop at Llnnletta Springs work. A better rider or a better man filled the vacancy In the board caused by Clocks, 52.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. Coi.. W. (3. Wku ii arrived from Wash Walnut ano Oak Eight-DaFriday night wns a delightful nfiair nnd the removal to Danville of W. G. itaney, with a horse than Mr. Denny would inington yenterdny. His chances for Prices knocked silly on but for the 6nd thought that it was the tho Ixniisville Port aro not rosy, by electing W. I. Withers. It also elect- lost one there was nothing to mar the deed bo hard to find. He will take Ea ed Joe K. Portman cltv assessor and did gle Bird to tho Winchester fair which but hu la still in the fight. pleasure ol the occasion. Quite a num- begins to day nnd we'll wager that he Mrs. You no accompanied her daugh- tho usual routine work. ber of Stanford young ladies wero there will tako every thing before him. ter, Miss Alice, to Stanford, yesterday, Wiikn Walker Bell finished his couree and our boys were on hand in droves. Twenty thousand hands were put to nnd saw her aboard tho train to return in jail Friday, ho came out and invest- The band boys say that they never have And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, county, work in Boston yesterday by the reto Holllns IiiHtituto in ltoanoko ing nil his cash in tobacco went back received a more cordial welcome than sumption of all the rubber boot and Bhoe X. whom that tendered by tho Junction City of Mr. and treated the boys, for Borne of Mn. II. W. Short, father-in-lafactories. By Sept. 2fith 11,790 men will formed so great an attachment that Band, headed by Messrs. Richards, CalC. J. Thompson, eutlered a paralytic he be returned to their old employments in shed tears when telling them vert and Rote, who were tireless from the stroke Thursday night. Ills entire right he actually The thousands of shopmen Come and get the good-bybest goods for the least money, and bring the cash He is tho first man we ever time they arrived in making the stay of St. Louis. sido is nil'icted nnd IiIh power of speech Philadelphia and Reading railroad The Linnietta of tho with you. tho boys pleasant. heard of crying on Betting out of jail. is gone. will hereafter work full time, six days a Springs manager, Mr. J. I). Shelby, met Mrs. Annii: Wkakkn has returned nine hours each day. Collar Thk management has engaged at great band at the depot In carriages nnd week and from tho World's Fair She went with expense to have the Hey wood Celebrities tho factories of Troy, N. Y., will resume opnothing undone to make the evenher brother, Mr. John Denton, of Lex- appear at Walton'B Opera House Oct. 7, left Monday, putting over COO men ing pleasant for them. The boys return- erations ington, who returned with her and which is the first regularly booked ento work at the old scale wages. ed on tho midnight train "After the back spent Sunday here. Tho compatertainment of the sH8on. wi h exceedingly warm feelings of Miksu Fannik Shanks and Ijiurn Car- ny is composed of eight members, each Ball," NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. for the Junction City Band. ter left yesterday to resume their studies of which is a bright light in Opera Com- friendship Ht Hamilton College, and Will Kuihry, edy Concert. The performance will bo b'KVRUAL Stanford and Lincoln county K. C. nnd W. S. Hocker and J. II. Hush decidedly the event ol the season. peoplo were in the fearful collision of for Kentucky University. Thieves broke into T. S. Routon's two fast trains on tho Pennsylvania road Mim LvniA I). Hub, of Tnyloraville, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. : : Karschool here In '1M, was jewelry and repair store at Junction City near Chicago, Thursday Mrs. II. O. who attended Mrs. Mark Hardin, Mies Anmarried last Tliursdny ut high noon to 1'riilnv niuht and iot away with six ris, Mr. and Every thing in the grocery line Call and see them before buying, nie Green und Doc Russell anil sou. I ilolt- - to sell my entire Millinery itocle and Mr. Jnmeu It. Strother, a wealthy young watches, one ol them a very fine one, for sale cheap. can dan- (looj will and an immMiite applicant and owned by Mr. J. E. Wright. Mr. They were first made aware of tho buBiness man of Ixmlsville. Reynolds' store was also entered ger by that sudden jerk which follows of Montl-callW. A. Mcsdamcs John Ksndhick, applicaHarriet leaver, of Soinerset, nnd but ho eays If there is any thing missing the shutting oil' of steam, tho tion of the air brakes and the reyersal ol Lizzie OwetJB, of Pulaski, havo been tho he does not Know it. It is thought that Thft Mock embraces everything and nearly thrown Irom guests of their relative, Mrs. Mary the theft is the work of tramps as sever the lever and were -al auspicious looking ones were seen their seatB. Thoy were in tho car next Owens, of the McKinnoy section. all tho casualties If not sold entire, I would dispose of portions ol Mu. John S. Wki.i-- is back from Tam- around Junction City on the day before. to the smoker in which occurred, -' persons losing their lives the ttock at reasonable figures Uie me a call. has pernmnently engaged pa, Fl.i., anil MRS. ANNIKWKAV BRL'CK. Tom NtNNKi.i.KY, who gave ua the and as many more being wounded. For as prescription clerk for Mr. W. II. news that ho had found Messrs. J. P. tuuately for our friends they escaped who, like everybody else, IioIiIb V II MILI.KII. J. H.SOWDtK. Bailey's and M. F. Elkin'H horses at unscratched, but they realized very fulhim in the highest esteem and is glnd to was evidently mistak- ly that it is almost as bad to be killed as Livingston, Tenn., MILLER & SOWDER, imvu him here again. Is Receiving His Mr. J. S. Hocker, who lost his bug- to be scared to death. Tho Stanford F.van Watkrs returned with her en. Mrs. gy and harness the night Mr. Bailey's party was enjoying a lunch when tho granddaughter, Mis. Kov. G. W. Perry-ma: horse was taken, wrote to II. S. Kstes, a crash came and it is said Mr. Hardin was to Newport, for a Hhort viait. She regard to the found about t'l) yards away still champbanker at Livingston, in Doalors and Brokers, la 71 years old and this is tho first time Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed: Give me call. matter, got tho following reply: "Tho ing on his ham and apparently not L'O miles from the place - KENTUCKY STANFORD, hhe waa ever over man in jail hero for horse stealing gives knowing whether ho was in hades or of her birth In Boyle county. Office InteriorJournal Dtiilding his name as Davidson. He had no bugthescene of the Kk. A.S. Mokkktt and family lift gy, but had four very sorry horses. He Texas. They describo in the extreme, collision as harrowing yesterday via the Louisville Southern for was evidently stealing for fun and not tho mangled bodies of tho dead and the SALE. Lexington, Mo., which placu thoy will heartrending screams of tho wounded of for money. Tho horses have been claimmake their future home. A number by parties from Madison county." being enough to freeze their rino lllue Grass Farm ot 33354 cres vn pile their friendH nccompanlod them to tho ed leaved our townsmen about as far and dying and finely improved. This blood with horror. them take their departure depot and saw trail as they were before and the j. Farm of 100 airsn, finely Improved. Offered with tho deepest regret. Midway Clip- oil' tho at low pnci FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. chances for them over getting their horsper. mmmmmmm property, good land, can 3 too acres suhurban es seem very slim indeed. Dave Logan sold to Win. Moreland be diwded into to . n lots; good house. CITYAND VICINITY J New stock, styles and shades. a lot of lauibR at 3 cents. ANoniKii Kentuckiau has distinguishlllue Grass Farm, excellently improved, Frkbii oysters nt .immei's. mules. 0114.Kinc105 acres pile, For Sale. Ten ed himfielf. W. Kay Simpson, a native of Hon. 0. A. Itedd. Sr., Crab Orchard. acrPs, near R. R. station, Good of Wayne county, a 5. Farm of i Fn.i. stock of school books and school J. Elzy Hays, of Jamestown, and a J. A. Kstes, of Casey, sold to M. S. blue grass Und; small teuant house. supplies at W. B. McHoberts. 6. A farm ol 31 o acres: mokrrately unnroveii cousin of Dr. L. B. Cook, of thin place, Haughman two mare mule colts at $f)0. near pile. Ottered at a grett ILuighnmn Uros., of Boyle, Bold to J. and well located gold spectacles. Re- now a hardware merchant at Delta, Col., bargain. Lost. Pair of Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, and he wrote his name high up on the II. McAliater six mare mule colts Ht to3. of 13 acres, on pile. Is 7. lllue Grass turn to thlfl ollico and lecelve reward. Landreth's Garden Seed at r Tip Uruce's pacer, Uarnoy, won the lalrly Improved. pageB of the book of fame with a trusted Foil Sai.u oh It k.st. My homo on Dan- Winchester. Three robbers entered tho 2:20 pacing race at tho World's Fair. areas to suit 8 tow Town lots in Stanford in purchasers. ville street. J. K. Warren, Stanford." Merchants Bank, at Delta, Thursday and lksUime2:12i. miles irom Stan 3. Fifty acres of knob Und 3 J. 15. Cook, Of the West End, sold to securing a paltry New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Wk nro closing out our entiro htock of killed tho cashier in sad- ford. deed was so quickly done a Louisville party u tine hats at cost. All new styles. Severance ?100. Tho 14. ci acres ui knou i.inu cu puc 7 uuic tmui 180. that tho citi.ens generally were too para- dle mare for $ Stanloid. it Son. 1 A KansaB man made txiO bushels of lyzed with surprise to do anything. Not waitlargest yield on15 Thirty-tw- omiles acres of Icuob Und wltn house, Youn account is ripe, ready and from pike, ift so with the Kentuckian. Ho seized his wheat on a 10 acre lot, tho W. II. Wear-eing. Please call and settle. gun and rushing out killed two of tho reported this year. 6 Forty acres of improved Inob land on lluck Pony Beazley & Bro., of Garrard, Creek it Co. robbers with as many shots. Tho third ' dc Bales, of Madison, for Lehe acr fine farm wit'l excellent 17. Fou Uknt. Ollico room in Commer- got away, only because there wasn't time sold to Joe on pike, good export cattle on a mill, dwelling and other Improvements, Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; warcroom, paint cial Hotel Iiuildlng, Main street. Apply to wing him. Mr. Simpson is now tho man, SI extra 4 miles irom Stantord. special order at 11, to be delivered at hero of his section and deserves to be and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. to A. 0. Sine. Knighted. He is about 155 years old and once. I D. Don't fail to see our no arrivals 'in has been in tho Weet some 10 years. A good crowd attended court yesterraule colt trade, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, goods, broad cloths, rugs, Ac, tc. dress Our object in printing this item is two- day, but excepting the lively, business was , Hughes A Tate. Wc guarantee 6y"Sign Work, artistic and plain. fold: to give a Kentuckian his due and which was quite A specialty. All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and restyle I'lain and ornamental No cattle were oflered; a number paired In great bargains to let the people know that Dr. Cook is dull. work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. The people aro getting Signs. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman himself nnd warn of plug horses wore sold at 18 to faS ship and price. Shop on main street. oyer.W'ro. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky nt Penny's in watches, clocks, jewelry that kind of n man price. IVugherly's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. and plug mules about the same them from "projecting" with him. nnd silverware. 1'ay your nccount. A. II. Tenny. ly m 3STEW 3 car-loa- d WAUL b WINTER All In. Come and See. H. J. Mc ROBERTS. t THE GREAT m Opening Begins. 4 vis-itin- g m ' Hard Times will not Keep You Warm m HUGHES & TATE. CYCLONE REDUCTIONS y Sur-reyor- Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Danks, The Jeweler, THE BEST MADE. e. m BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, MILLINERY WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. H.6.RUPLEY,-- Store For Sale. o, Secure a Bargain. The Stand Is a Good One. rtB, WW $tHli$ UmA AND: WINTER n, REAL :- ESTATE FALL GOODS. PROPERTY FOR 1 SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER S; ALABAST1NE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. I. nlco'2-yearol- d son-in-la- m r 1 Wo Bo MollMl)BllI!MTB9 CAMFSELL A.USTIXT, . J m m n NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, Fro'rs. T Ninety-thre- JOHN first-clas- DcNARDI, House Painting and Paper Hanging s ! - ",5MW' -- n- " && - O!" f".i- - . y Judpe You aro chargeJ with having Bold milk that had forty per cent of water In It. What have you to say? Milk Dealer An honest man like ine, Published Evory Tuesday and Friday your honor, couldn't do sxich a thing. AT 12 P1CR YKVKIX ADVANCE Judge Hut there is clear proof that there was forty per cent, of water in charged.- aSTWhen not so paid 32.60 will be your milk. Milk Dealer I can explain that, your honor. Tho milk wns frozen LOCAL TIME CARD. K.C. and I poured boiling water on it in order to melt it. Now, of course, It's Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning quite possible that a few drops of at 5:30 p. tn. water got mixed with the milk. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Schalk. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A Good Kxcuse. Fanning Poor Morris! Tears came WALLACE E. VARNON, to the office of CounInto his eyes when I insisted on his Is a candidate for ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic par- taking a fiver from me. trChannlng Yes. Ho told mi ho couldn't help it. Ho was so certain of JAMES W. GIVENS a ten. Judge. - trnence Tlioie lean. Tor u inc-tai- c, 3mlm. Th.9 Florono Hotl, Prop. The utidetsigned have for sale 40 southdown Ewes and ao Uncles imported and bred by Granville Cecil, of lto)lc. Nu fine! ur better bred Miccp 4a JELLICO, TKNNKSSHK, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, lIKXKDICr&COOl'KR Manfurd, Ky, Sound Advice. Capitalist Stockson, you advise mo to buy ing? what would' morn- Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, ject to the action ol the Democracy. sub- O. P. HUFFMAN Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democratic party tie would appreciate your vote TO THE LADIES. 1 The best hotel In the city and the only one with a sample room for drumiurrs Lspccial attention to the traveling public Kales Jj, will sell Millinery Gloomy Broker A breakfast if you've got tho price. Chicago Tribune. IiBTTKIt THAN A FLUSH. I AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES For the rest of the season Call and save monoy. A sple idld line ot Ladies' Underwear and Hosiery kept constantly on hand. MlSSLfCCIK IsEAZl.KY, Stanford, Ky. TO All Tiuc-Fayor- s. JOHN M. JOHNSON Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the actlorof the Democratic party. rr Heard. 1 Neighbor Your sister is going to . 11 51 pro -- ., .. marry a very nice man, I hear. DR. W. B. A. GIVENS ..936 am Lscal Freight North........ Iloy His father ha got fifty thouao;p ra ' South..... Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subsand dollars, and hasn't an y other The Utter traim alto carry passengers ject to the action of the Democratic patty. tn and he's got a rich bachelor The above it calculated on itandard time, Solar Office South side Main street, in office recea ime it about to minutes falter. uncle wot's too old to get married, and vacated by Dr. L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. I he's inherited a lot o' money from his QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Aunt Jane on his mother's side, and Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Neighbor I mean he Is a very nice ffli the democratic party. COAL Trains pass Junction City as follows: No. , Vestibule Limited, 11.J0 man morally, and has good, steady Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: Chicago Limited, 5J ra.i B. m ; No. 3 , 3;. Habits. G. YV. New Orleans Kxprvis. la 7 a. m,; No. 7., Local, Having made arrangements with th East Ten Boy Mebby. I don't know. I haven't la.ia p. m.; No. 9., Blue Gran estlbaie, 8.40 p. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject lo the action ol ncsae lellicoCoal Co., I am nosv prepared to sell hearn anything1 about that. M:. .. . . -- Good . ............ .0 you jelllco Coal at the lowest possible marthe Democracy, .o. a, csiuiuic i"m .(j THE P. 0. MILLINERY. gin. I find that by paying cash and selling for p. m.; No. 4 , Fast Mail, a.53 p m ; No. 6 , Chlga- - News. cash I can sell much cheaper, so come and tee me a. in.. go Limited, a.a7 a m,No. 8., Local, J. 55 Injustice. Fmnea and see how tittle money will buy your Winter M. No. 10, hlue Grass Special, 6 a tn. supply ol this Coal, tho best on the market South American Patriot Why do Call at the room and see the Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a t Minn fartitiflati ttr Atuiip aitMrt its trt "Speaktng of goal hands, I held ono the people of the United States so recontinuance 01 same, am respectfully yours, Lnrgost and Boat Soloctod last night that was worth a cool hun- of th democracy. vere the memory of Washington? S1VA1IAM5, Ko land. North American Because he estab- dred thousand to mc." Stock "You don't sayl Whut was it?" lished tho republic. Of Millinery In town 1 he goods and prices are D. S. "Miss Bullion's. South American Tatriot Why, I bound to please you, Down on the Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action 10 MRS ! T COURTS. At the old stand ol J, II. Green, in know men who establish a republic beach." Brooklyn Life. of the Democratic party.. about once a month, and nobody pays Had Been a Change. Hustonvilte, - - Kontucky, any attention to them! Puck. D. Kansas Man (visiting In tho cast) JT. Would be glad to see his numerous friends and We have lots ol near neighbors now. Cool But Not Collected. to the office of As show them his stock of goods consisting ol FurniIs a candidate for Friend Why, 1 thought your nearest sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to iction of the ture, Saddlery, Hardware, lliigglcs and Farming Nervy Canaday What is it? Implements. Give him a call. NICHOLASVII.LE, J.wamlne County, Ky., democratic party. neighbor was twenty miles away. Collector Sir. CHway's bill, sir. "Yes, but we'vu had a cyclone since Nervy Canaday All right; put It then." Brooklyn Life. MRS. F. DUNN, right on that file there. ESTATE INSIUCE AGENT, Collector" But he wwnt the amount. Hr. Got Tim. I. . ran id'date for jailer, subject'to the action ol TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, Jlhsolatefy Twenty-fveNervy Canaday dolJudge Duffy You admit taking this the aocracv. Room j, Farmers Xachange Rank. lars an' seventy-twcents. Why don't watch? AND 1'IANO. ho keep books? Good morning. Prisoner Yes, your honor. STANFORD, KKNTUCK. Stock, Grain, Market and TobacA cream of tarter baking pow- Judge. Judge Duffy Well, I guess you wiU Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action of co Farms in the Blue-Gras- s Sight-Roadin- g der. Higest of all in leavening The- Champion Dirty Man. wind up In jail. Remove the prisoner. the old JefTersonlan democracy. Chorus and Tva-- ; Siftlncs. Freo. strength. Latest United States Texas can boat of a champion dirty in the man. A regular boarder at the hostel-rl- e Session commences Sept. 6, but pupils can enter Always for sale. Aim Timber Landssolicited.mounB. Government Food Report. tains for sale. Correspondence anv time. of Widow Flapjack in Austin said Reduced rates to Latonin fall rnce, of ROYAL'.BAKINGJPOWDER CO., to the new white waiter: Sept. 2 to Oct. 7thr via Queen & Cres- la a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action Democracy. "What has become of the colored cent route. Tickets on Bale each day of the 106 Wall St., New York. ..STANFORD H. man who used to wuit on me?" and return, good W. W. HAYS, A. S. TIRE AND STORM "I'm the man," was the reply. "Mrs. meeting to Cincinnati sale stasia Flapjack made me wash my hands and five days from date of sale, from all eta- - Is a candidate tor jailer, subject to the action cl SURGEON DENTIST. tians oaQ. & 0. and Louisville Southern the dciuociacy. face yesterday." Texas Sif tings. At John Mjncle' nw brick on Depot sticct, b Office over McRoberts Drug Store inthe new Tickets Cincinnati to in Kentucky. .. Representing... Owsley Building. A lteault of Hot Weather. W. RAMSEY, faro for the Stanford. Chaperone Girls, one of the gentle- Lexington and return at one Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; men who goes with us to the theater round trip every Saturday evening, good Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action 01 Whowill stall times be glad to accommodate all the dcmociacy. with good rigs at reasonable rates. My 'Hus Jwlll Manchester, of Manchester, Enfj.; is a widower wh6 wishes to returning Monday, will enablo turfmen iS meet all K. C. trains, marry again. Ho is a nice man. and others to spend Sunday in the Blue Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; SAM M. OWENS, Tho Girls (in one breath) An ice Grass Itegion. D. G. Edwards, G.P. A., SPLENDID FARM Ins. Co. of North America. man? I'll take him. Life. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subCincinnati, 0. All of which are LOGAN AVENUE, Comnimti. I rnnl4 ject to the acUon of tho democratic rimary. t pleased to wait o nrny friends in this IId. Pol. Knew front Kzperienee. Nashville. Tenn., March Sth, lSJ3-Tictes promptly issued. Will Insure against torns : : Wife Laziness is tho beginning of Stockton, Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., dors, wind storms and lightning Lightning clsus Iwill sell privately . trouble. tsaltached without additional charge Gentlemen: I had Sciatic Rheumatism, Alwaysselis' goods lower than anyone else in Office at first National Dank, Stanford. Husband Yes; I know that from ex- combined with Nervousness and Insom- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, town. New stock of Fruits every rnday. perience. I used to loaf around your nia for six weeks, and having beard of ject to the action of the democratic primary. Situated ' miles South of Stanford. This farm father's house before I married you. so many persons heing cured of nearly Isina high slate of cultivation and has plenty of the best ol wafer All in grass but 40 acres Has Truth. every disease by taking Stockton's the very best of improvements I concluded to try it and the reW. W II VS, Manlord, Ky 47 tf Like Johnny. Lincoln county and Is a Candidate far t wOl open on January 16th, 189J, a sult was wonderful. It pave me almost asks his friends notJailer of themselves to any to Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity of Little Johnny (with conscious pride) instant relief and in five days I went to one else, as he is forced commit at home and work. STANFORD, KY., tu stay Jersey milk to the people of btantord and RowOld Mrs. Muggins says she had a lit- my oilice. I fak gieat pleasure in rec His candidacy is subject to the action ol the Demat the following prices, delivered: land ocratic party. tle boy just as nice as me once. ommending it. Respectfully yours, 10 centa This neticr forewarns hunters, fishermen and Fresh Milk, per gallon Fond Mother (delighted) Did she, MORTON, K, K. others net to trespass on our lands without per 10 cents Sidmmed Milk, pr gallon mission, as all su.h will be prosecuted to the full 321 J X. College street. really? I presume he has become u 8 centa THE OLD This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now Gutter Milk, per gallon est citrnlof the law Signed great man by this time. ia tuy charge and I Intend to conduct it to as to Send for book on Microbe Theory M. LACKOWITZ. male two trips daily. The lironagc 01 the iwill oot only maintain its high reputation, but to add T I) Ni.WI.ANI), free, or get one of A. R. Penny, Stanford. "No'm, he's dead." PEYTON. . public is solicited. to its long list ol friends. Special accommodaJ G. A. Stanford, Ky V. II. HAYS. "Too bud." i yr. tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for G C LYON. Oucklln'B Arnica Salve. SAM H WARNACK, Pror. the dliploy of samples, FREDHAUMANN, "Yes'm. He was hung." Good News, The k ulve In the world tor cuts, bruises R I. WHITE. Notice-toth.Traveling Public. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fqver sores, tetter, chapMRS M A.MARTIN. .AlFlrst-Clns- s KENTUCKY. A SUl'KKFXL'OUS KKQUKhT. London, -- Mail train going North South " ' Exprtss train " South North la 7 pm ..113pm Whavt Ho Usui J. PENNY chll-dren- s, Dentist. iiiillllllBitei! P 'flilifv 1 tSouth-bounJ.- 1 IffOH DINK FARMER TO BURNERS DEBORD The iSjj Taaes arc now past due and will be collected in the Sheriff's oilice at the court-hous- e atid by special appointments as prescribed by the Deputy Sheriff (). 1'. New !"". will land beta Crab Orchard every Saturday I or my deputy will be In my off.ee at all times and at lluitnnville,Wa)nesburgand other points as often as advertised by Sheriffs official notices The new form of Sheriff's bookkeeping has rendered Itlmpossllile lot us to canvass for taaesthis year, Mwehaye heretofore done; so all tates will be collected slrictl) in conformance to the new revenue law. Kvery whose paid after Isovember ist will rind his rmim. propeilyor landi advertised without further notice. The finauclal crisis which now esists makes it absolutely necessary that I collect every dollar ol the 1S9J taaes, as I can not espect that help from the Hanks which has heretofore caused me to be lenient with the tan payers. Please profit by this and settle at once. Respectfully, J N MKNEFF.K.S L C. rnl tai-tiav- rr ,-- Morin-ooun- t:i..j 1 F. ELKIN, post-offic- e ft 1 4o-3- m JNO. BRIGHT CARPENTER, well-know- n E. KENNEDY, T. FARRA, I 47-- W.L.DAWSON, J. mi -- Pure n o JOHN BAILEY, - JOHN 9IERSHON Class Class. Jl-j- m fflHtD PRICE, vmi mi m J. J. BAUGHMAN, INSURANCE AGENT PETER HAMPTON, Pro'r., C. D. FOOTEX.X., to-nig- ht CSNERAL STOBX, Kentucky, Stanford, he For Sale Cheap Privately. first-elas- a T. NEWLAND, Anti-Bepti- c, T. J. HATCHER THE 60FFEY HOUSE First-Cla- ss POSTED. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. gi-- JACKSOIT HOUSE, vx e 1 have had -- Th.9 Sh-elto- n House, uJM'i Wlllllllllllllllll wells in have also one of the best Mineral on Mr. the fctati and for reference to water, call Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd In- G. W, Patrick. j rram, Erin, ienn . a. n. ' b. E. Proctor, C. II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Johnson, Harailtcn, N.aven.JimCox. GreensburK. Rates Ja per r. . rr.....Anaii s,Jr. J. M. ieirev. cierit. V.w.c u. u Prop. CARRIER, I. QBOiy At howland repainted and nicely furnished and one .have in connection with Hotel and of the best night; a night in the State, open day all trains. In connection with House ,tnan meets ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to Rivv perfect satisfaction l'nce S cents per boa or money refunded "or sale by A. R. Pennv. Stanford, Ky. I Refitted ami refurnished and in everv w pared to attend the wants ot the public scry reasonable $1 Cm T C HALL I'KIKR IIALMLR L 1IKCK. Saloon Aad IULLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached j"-JOSKIMI COKI-KY- , tt E W,I(E RSOWSTtO ";t"i ' iiifliflffifflfTBr IS? 3 TH.iYtR, .. THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE Kentucky. it. Some years ago muchsublect u.inmiHv and new whin to sesereanyells of chol- symptoms we feel era morbus, that usually preceed that ailment, such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea, etc . wc become scary We have found Chamberlain's Coin, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rimedy the very tlunir to straighten one out tn such cases, and always kef p it about estimonial, but We are not writing this for a pay gcxi.1 thing to to let our readers know wh.u is a hac handv in the house For sale by W H He Roberts, Druggist, btanford. Krom the Trov. Kas . Chief A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. I Til $-- Feoos Valley. Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., The fini.tt fruit belt of New Meiico. N'j fall ure in crops under irrigation tf properly attended to. All fruits grown lu California can be gr wn In New MsxIlo. eicept oranges and lemons. Land from 5 10 Jji pr .icreou 10 years' time, at fi per cent. Call on or ad 're , R. tj MORGAN. II II S, Stanford Ky. Miners and shippers ol the GKNU1NK Original Jelllco Coal. Rowland o Try it. We are the sole agents tor ."tanford Jand Othce corner ol Depot street and - 3 IIIGGINS .TO.. A WATTS. VITAL TO MANHOOD. RILEY, Proprietor, Hotel, and.am better than ever to accommodate the public. .. rnnvemence oe...-v., j P."'. J, UOOO i.ivcry asiai'icu ...l ..-sired. Give me a call FRANK RILEY. 1 have moved to my new London, 77 - ; l ...r J.H.HILTON ROWLAND, KV. DEALER IN 14 i WK ' 1 I ii hi i v Farm and Firesido. Husband dear, as you did days. Wife Well, I received such an Husband And The Afterniutli. Come sit on my lap, my GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ut-o- ti at Has moved into his new store and the J"n"ion j pii-e" Orchard the Stanford 8. Crabnow prepared at Rowland and Is ill letter than ever both to please the trade in our old courtinff and avlng no rent to ha fan sell VOU goods cheaper than any body,y and get his prices befrre buying 57-- BXOCIC OJT GOOD3, ;iJBlCES, to M stock added Etc. He has recently pay and greatly by bad debts no loss haven't declarel invitation for an aye. er hrinp a needle N. Y. tali and thread with you, my love. Weekly. The Mont of tho Hklrt. IM tv ilAI-f Among the Incidents of childhood that stand t in bold relitl. as our memory revtrls to tue young, none are more promt davs when we were lit R- - H. J I 1... . ; J""" mnth.r nenttnan severe sickiic vlvidlv lemembers that it was Chairbtrlain s Da. K. ('. WEST'H .VER K A VII ItllAtN TKflT Cough Remedy cured herol croup, and in turn Crab Orchard, ME.T,npecinciori!islvrla. Dtune., Fits, ,Sm administers it to her own offspring and always rnlgla, cued bj with the best results I'or sale ly w 11 aiciiou- - Ilrceder and shipper of thoroughbred Duroc Red aloohnt Headartie, .Vervoua I'rrwtratlon Depreralrm or Jersey bwine A fine lot ot pigs lor sale, pairs Hottenlnir tolmcco, WakcfulnixK, Mental erts, DtUHgisls.Manioru, rv. of Jlralu, caiu tng Insanity, rul'ery. decay no akin 11 desired, subject to r gistcr (.owes death, Premature Old Ane, U.rreiui, ir S im For a lame back or pain in the side or chest try pondenei solicited. Power In Hither sex, Irnpotenrv, Leururrhira und al of flannel with Chamberlain s Femalo WenknMro, Involuntary Hperma satnratinir a niece n torrbu-cauKed by of brain, Half I'.iin llalm and binding it onto the affected parts case in one abue, A month', treatment, U This treatment will cute any ordinaryrieumatlsm C for 5, by malt. With each irdr for 6 boat-.- , wit! Halm also cures or two days. Pain M will send written guarantee to reruud if not cured 50c bottles for sale by W. U McKoberts, Guarantee! Iued by agont. ., 'S I.I ,KK P1LU -- ur.... Ulrlr I.I..7 1. wt.j.w ll..l.l... mil r. in" iiiiri ixiiu niaiiii SourHtotuach. I)vsii.la ami tV.nililnn Try Thla McKlVNEY, KY Now OUAlUhTKiUJ issued ouly by you It will cost you nothing and will surely do with 1 have bought above mentioned" Hotel at any trouble good if you have a cough, cold or A. R. and have attached a throat, chest or lungs Dr King'. New Discov. is ery for Consumption, Coughs and Coldspaid guarback. First-Cla- ss anteed to Rise relief or money will be Fool Boom. Sutlercrs from La Grippe fouud it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfect rccov-crHave repaired and 'refurnished the Hotel and Try a sample bottle at our expense ana am better than ever learn for yourself just how good a thing It is. 1 ris I will rent at public auction on the premises, a al bottles free at A R. l'enuy's drug store. Large to Accommodate mile East of Crab Orchard, on size jo cents and $1. --- Duroc Red Jersey Swine BRONAUCH, Kentucky. $J The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY during the coming season. usu the ..... 'Ihsuking you lor your liberal (atronage for I e last iMion, I reaxitfully request its continuance Indeed I expect all tu over-eirrtlo- U.e, I. ' MANUFACTURED ICE, in Commercial Hotel, WI-ST- siiiiiJU-us--- I I i PENNY, Stanford. Fnr thrso reasons lint, It Is ma. Inly a home .Second, the Ice is absolutely and institution chemically pure, being- made from spring water, which is first distilled and then carefully filtered . .... , .. .....v.... , ic will .. i .a tn " innn.. ep "i"cholera . is ...". '.'." during the year" and uemic of looked tor V. noth ing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as impure water or Ice, Fifth, it will be) n ttu-.""-V- ''""", Bar and Public Sale and Renting Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Kvery morning at the following Prices: For 100 pounds or over 40c per hundred For 50 pounds to 100 45c per hundred, For 10 to jo pounds. .. . 50c per hundred No less than io pounds. delivered, 10 Prepared COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery : Business Of J W. Ramsey, lam Increasing thestockas fast as'powible and will soon have it With lingers weary and worn. On a fabric of yellow and red A fair young maiden was hour a(te r hour Plying her needle and thread. Stitch, stitch, stltchl Oh, why do her fingers hurt? And why Is she weary f because, my friends, crinoline skirt. It's a nine-yard Specimen Caeca. with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach w.is disordered, his liver wasalfectedto an alarming degree, appetite fell away and'1 he was terribly hree bottles 01 reduced in flesh aud strength. Elictnc Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harnsburt;, Ulin running sore oil his leg of eight yeys stand-itiUsed three bottles of Electric Hitters and seven boxes of llucklen's Arnica Salve and his leu is sound and well" John Speaker, Catawba, O , had five large fever sores on his leg; doctors said he was incurable. One bottle ol Electric ric Hitters and one box llucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by A. R. Penny, drug, gist. S. H Clifford, New Cassel, Wis , was troubled I Public. the Special uttentionjto Commercial Men V. W GREEN, Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager Saturday, Sept. 16, 1893, My Farm of E. imEMt.it 150 ACRES OF FINE LAND, Judge. Complete in Every Par- A Good Isles. ticular. Wool I wonder if tho government would take exception to a friendly sufe'tfefitlon? BANK THE JEWEL-ER. Call at my nore on Lancaster street and make it to )our interest to trade with me a3 I will W,C. HUTCHINCS. John b. Castleman. A. G. Lanham Van Felt I guess not. Why? Wool I was thinking' if they would only leave the gum off, how nicely the Columbus btumps would do in place of postal cards. Harper's liazar. HubstitiitUlly Unchanged. STANFORD, -- : ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL,. BARBEK & CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,; River There's that graceless young Caxby again. Marrying a wealthy widow doesn't seem to have made much change in him. Hanks Not a bit. She .never trusts him with any. Chicago Tribune. Good KvUlence. When When When When Ruby w as Rick, we Rave her Costorl. she wn a Child, aho criwl for ahe became Mlsa, sh clung to Castor). she had Children, 6he geothein Costorta. Stock Most Complete Commerce Building, Louisville r I Agenti throughout the South, W. A. TBXBBLS, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. Mrs. llrlckbrac Somebody must have given Mrs. Nexdoor a vase lately. Mr. Urickbrac Why bo? Mrs. Ilrickbruc She is beginning to say "vuivz." Puck. No I In mi to See. Mr. Sappy Do you like men? She I don't know. You might bring one around some evening. Ltrooklyn Life. Or. Pierces It covers a good deal ot ground-ouhear Golden Medical Discovery. And when you think perhaps cures so many diseases asona-b"u's it good to bo true ' Hut if. only strengthe too flesh builder and Asa bloo.1 cleanser,the Discovery is know, to restorer, nothing like It cures comers miHHcal science. 'I he diseases that liver or Irom impure olood. For only guaranteed ol this nature it U the ttmtirand In dyspepsia, biliousness, all bronchial, lung iftections, every form of scrofula, throat conTu npilon (or Inn scrofulal In Us early uaeerand" in the most stubborn skin and scalp falls dlseaWtit neverback. to benefit or cure you have your money ely cu'ed by Dr Chronic N. sal Catarrt. Sage's Remody. 50 cents; by druggists. WMX OILVERWAH-1 r's Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. Has brick residence In good state of cultivation and other good buildings and is well watered. Possession of the house and cultivating laud given as soon as rented. 'I here art. 35 acres in meadow, blue-gra3 j for small grain a; for corn and 70 in and timothy. Note on ia month's tine, well enrequired. At the sumo time and dorsed will be place I will sell b head of Horse Stork, consisting of 2 brood mares, large family hcrse 16 hands, mare by Mark Time, safe and gentle, mare in foal to Garner's Denmark, sveanling horse colt by Silver colt by same, Chimes, dam by Judge Ruger and out of a Prince Albert marc, pair of good work mules, 15 hands high, 6 milk rows, J weanling calves, a yearling ste.rs, a yearling heifers, a 1,000 pound feeders, i 30 young ewes; nearly full stock well bred Southdown lliicks, 6 hogs, 1 sows and pigs, lot first class old corns 36 stacks nice timothy hay, ao acres com In field, straw rick, lard, baImplements, consisting of s con, new, 1 wheat drill, smoothing harwagons-on- e a Glbb's turning plows, new set row, wagon harness, 1 family carriage, 15 stands U bees and no honey taken this year, large lot of household and kitcken furniture, 1 new Upright Piano, wardrobes, Domestic sewing machine, cooking stove, new lining rocm aud cooking stove and many other articles too numerous 10 mention Tmsis All sums of Jto and under cash; over that amount ia months' time on good negotiable notes, with 6 per cent, interest. 1 his sale and renting is made preparatory tn boeaking up Call on II. G Govor, near Millclgeville, for further information.MKg M A Crab Orchard, Ky, ss 1 1 1 1 1 corn-shelle- r, house-keepin- ITew Millinery. .. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Just re turned Irom the cities with an elngint line of mil. Iinery, embracing ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the scasn, of which she will have lull control. She also engaged a Dress-Maker. Firt-Clas- s Call and examine my stock of Millinery before buying and leave your order for your dresses. Ihankiogvou for past favors wo solicit same. M MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER. mil feed m m itm, Opera House first-da- is STANFOHD, KY. We are In our new stable in the Block and are well supplied with tNEW RIGS AND:HORSES Have been purchaied and notblngaut urnouts wilt leave tho stable. from 10 to aco acres. 49-t- d offer lor sale privately six farms, running Will sell one or all. II ill cash, balance on long time with 6 per cent, in crCorrespondence solicited est. H, G. COVER, MllledBeville, Ky. I Give tliem a Call. ' miMinmsjnii ,'mi iii I,, emmmmimm ;;,;. ,'i ' ji ssm s:i WmsSpIm Hi- - nli .miii