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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893091901 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. . Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXI. HUSTONVILLE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Journal NO. 58 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 49. 1893. The Christian church hns resumed its prayer meotinirs on Thursday nights. Our people are laying in their Win- ter coal nt 11 cents per hushe) for tho beet grado. -- Kid. G. W. Yancey will hold a protracted meeting at the Christian church early in next mouth. Kcuiemhcr that I). S. Carpenter is for furniture, saddlery, headquarters harnebs and farming implements. -- Cm snr Minor's World's Fair Hcnic was quite enjoyable, hut rather poorly attended. He had a brass hand and an orchestra on hand and nothing was left undone to make his quests have a rattling pood time. Mr J. M. Cook has a clock that has been constantly running for over Ilo years and has never been repaired but once. The charges for repair then were little or nothing, which makes Mr. Cook's expenses for keeping tho time o' day a very small matter. J. W. Allen got "skecred up" Saturday when the weather got a little cool, lest his fine tobacco crop would be damaged by frost, and was busy all day cutting and getting the weed in doors. He had about 13 acres of as fine iu one would wish to see. Kd Powell, Htudette l'owell, John Hi lie hikI Calvin Carpenter will form a party to the World's Fair this week. Miss liettie Powell has gone to Lexington to enter Hamilton College. Mrs. Sallie Hhipman in making her home at present with the family of Mr. G. I). Weather-for- d. ADAMS' SULPHUR WELL. j Somerset and the Fair. Another Somerset fair has come and Iloivnrd Rico wont to Ashland to ofTirTjohn M. White Tho family dy to represent Garrard Lode in the has certainly heen passing under the rod gone and another very successful meetGrand Lodge of Knights of Pythias of nllllction. Last Wednesday little Hal-li- o ing lias been added to the already long J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. list. At the opening on Tuesday mornnow iuftecHion at that place. Tom, li!s 8 year-oldaughter, was Dr. Lapsley McKeo delivered two taken ill of diphtheria, died Friday night ing the directors and oflicers were a lit1893. excellent sermons here Suudiiy; in the and was buried in BulTalo Cemetery on tle blue for the clouds were heavy aud ami Normal School teacher, duperlor courses id Literature, morning at the Presbyterian church and Saturday morning. She was an unusu- threatening and they feared that bad Full eorpt ol Conservatory department. Catalogue and circular furnlihrd on application. Muiic aid weather might keep this year's fair from An. Excellent hoarding in the evening at tho Christian church. ally bright and interesting child and coming up to the standard. This fear A meeting of tho oflicersof the Pres loved by everybody. Her little brother, was soon dispelled, however, and by 12 byterian church was held Sunday and it Jimmie Robinson White, about 5 years was decided to make another ollbrt to of age, was also ill only a few days with o'clock the largest Tuesday's attendance Rain raise money to retain the services of tho tho same dreadfully fatal disease, died ever known was on the ground. came Wednesday, but the crowd came pastor, Eld. J. It. Tercy. Saturday night and was laid to rest SunFALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Chsralet Schooler, a negro, was ar- day morning beside the little sieter ho anyway and enjoyed tho good show of stock and races even if they did get a rested in Richmond last week and loved so well. After the death of Hallie A SCHCOl. AND HOME FOR GIRLS. brought back here, charged with steal- he didn't want to take any more medi- little damp. Good Faculty; fupencr advauiact; a beautiful at,d healthful location. Special course and special Thursday the weather vane must have inducements offered to those who deilre to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough ing a box of clothing from tho L. & N. cine, Bweetly saying with a devotion and changed for a lovelier day was never '1 Ae College hat beju recently reHted, an a College Llorary, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, depot. Tho trial comes up to day. understanding worthy of years more maM. O. THOMSON, Principal. j The old wooden bridge that crosses ture that ho wanted to go where aister Been and the crowd that congregated at &c, have been added. Pulaski county's fair was enough to put Dix River between hero and Stanford is had gone. An God granted his being torn away ami a new iron one wish and the two dear little ones are a broad em'ilo on each stockholder's face. will take its place. The bridges on the now sleeping tho restful Bleep of tho in- The directors were all in better spirits old Dinville road are being repaired and nocent in tho arms of Him who said and everything moved oil like clockwork. painted. "Suffer little children to come unto me." The show of stock on 'Thursday waa RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Gar Leavcll, a Lancaster negro, who Tho parents, the aged grandmother and Training Schools. Fifteen was sent to the penitentiary for 15 years sisters are bowed down with a burden unusually good and would have done Three Colleges ; Three(.rass Kegton (.Vtnnaslum denartments of studr. Ifralthfut location If tne heart 01 tiie uiue and Athletic rrnuniU. MnH.ral.Tn.ni.i fairs of f lfiO to ti0. Attendance last session CX from thirty Statei and countries. For full information for killing Lewis GUI. another negro, of grief that is hard to bear, while every- credit to any of the catalogue apply to jl,. ll. lll.Afilv, u. u Unanccllor. Richmond, Kentucky. tmi lias been pardoned by Gov. Drown and body is Bbedding tears of tender sympa- the State. The stock was not only in good shape, but was there in large numreturned here. He had served about thy. bers. Tho trots were hotly contested three years of his time. A marriago will occur in Chicago toaudit was evident that the races were A large and enthusiastic meeting of morrow (Wednesday) that will be a connot "fixed," which is bo often tho case our citizons was held at the court-housiderable surprise to a majority of the DANVILLE, KY. Saturday evening to discuss the question people, if not nearly all, in Lincoln coun- these doys. The first trot was won by of putting in water works and electric ty. The exceedingly fortunate young Wm. Rue's Bluenight with Bob Jack- The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. lights. Several speeches were made man is a resident of this neighborhood son's Randall a close second. Best time With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While the course ol instruction is espeall seemed thoroughly in earnest. and is none other than Mr. T. Love Lib 2:40. In the second race there were but cially adapted to prepare young men fur the Freshman Class, it is inierded at the same time to furand Another meeting will be held Tuesday lard. The young lady is the lovely Miss two entries and Chas. Cassidy'a Nelly C. nish a liberal Lnglish education to any who desire It In connection with the Academy, evening when further steps will ho Allie Hubble, one of the most popular won in straight heat from Esther AlA len. Best time 2:37. The bicycle race, taken in the matter. and accomplished young ladies over Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal Regular study Our clever merchant, Mr. JJbuub Miss Mary Miller has returned from reared in the grand old county of Lin- half mile dash, was won by John Ad- hours under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government ol a Christian home are combined with the best educational advantages. ams with Nody Starkey second. is making preparations to build a a visit to Knoxvillo, Tenn. Uert SpenFor further particulars in regard o board, tuition, etc., address coln. In fact, I have often heard it said On Friday another large crowd aton Main atroet cer, of I,onisvillo, is in town. Mrs. W. commodious that she absolutely as nearly approaches tended and enjoyed a splendid proJAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. on the vacant lot adjoining J. G. (5. Dunlsp is visiting her fitther, Gen. perfection iu every respect aa is ever at drug store. He is laying his Landram. Col. W. 0. Bradley is attend tained. She is beautiful in face and fig- gram both in show of stock and races. plans to have it completed byJan. 1st, ing Rockcastle court. Owsley Ray is ure as she is lovely in disposition. Love The forenoon was devoted principally to when he will movu into it and sell goods here visiting his sister. Judge M. D. has indeed won a jewel, and he deserved harness stallions, mares and geldings even cheaper than ever. Hughes, of Rowland, was hero last week to. He is an industrious and prosper and some fine specimens of horse flesh were there. Tho 2:30 trot was won by Mrs. loii and daughter and,MUa mingling with old frionds and acquainous young farmer, and excellent neighAnnie llolden, of Lebanon, are guests of tances. J. E. Stormes is in Cincinnati bor and true friend, and what more Cassidy's Nellie C. over Brown Jim, Miss Allie Cabhull. Miss Julia; Stagg, on business. Dr. Rosa liurnsidc, of could be said? I huve never known a Ethan Allen and Lottie Ingram. Lotwho is teaching school in Marion coun- Barbourvillo, is in town. Elder J. 0. couple better suited. May the union, tie Ingram is a Wayne county mare and ty, spent Saturday and Sunday with her Frank continues to improve, but is still begun under circumstances so auspicious was heavily backed by the sports from section, but she never was in it and parents here. George Dunn and Mis confined to his room. be always as beautiful and bright aa the that the flag should have fallen on her in the Annie McKinney.of Stanford, have beer Mr. Hanks, who has represented noonday sun. Srktaw. first heat. There was no flag though the guests of Mies Jennie McKinney. Andcraon county in the Legislature for and she was permitted to start and each Eld. W. I Williams' sermon Sun- a period ho long that tho memory of the ORCHARD. CRAB time she came in farther behind than day contained a word or two the'meiu-her- s oldest inhabitant runneth not to the Mr. I). G. Slaughter has moved his the one previous. Brown Jim got secFull stock Emerson's Men's Shoes, of his tiock who indulge in the ma- contrary, can sleep only on n feather family to the Kennedy property which ond money. Best time 2:31 J. There Stribley's Ladies' Shoes and Stevens' kindzy waltz. His remarks were in the bed. He keeps one at the capitol ready We are really glad were also mule races, racking races, foot est manner possible, but we'll wager that for use during each session and never he occupied last year. Children's Shoes, now open. to have them back. races and the like, but a further detail more than one person saw the error of allows it to be removed. Whether Mr. SEVERANCE & SON. All the members of the Baptist would be tedious. , his way and wished that lie had remain- Hanks was born witii a silver spoon in of Crab Orchard are earnestly reSilas Sandidge took two blues and a ed at homo Instead of going to the last his mouth is not known, but one thing church quested to be present at the church red and had the crowd been the judges hop given in this section. is certain, ho has managed to feather meeting next Saturday morning at 10:30 all of the ties would have been blue. Mrs. K. S. Tucser, of Hustonville, his nest by office holding for a long peo'clock. Wm. Rue waa there with a big string was found dead in her yard Thursday, riod of years. When the time come for At tho sale of Julius Bargner on the and as usual took his share of the premihaving a few minutes before gone out to his departure to some place where there knobs Friday hoises brought J50 to $S0; ums. He ia a veteran in this service see after some chickens. She liBd not is no General Assembly, Anderson councowb 130 to 3o; hogs?" per head; house- and when he gets too old to show horses been feeling well for some necks and ty may well exclaim, "Hung bo the hold and kitchen furniture sold admira- the various fairs should retire him with had frequently complained of a heart Heavens with black;" no Hanks, no rep bly well and the owner Baid he realized a big pension. trouble and it is thought that her death lesontative; good-byHanks, good-byjust $ 100 more than ho was expecting. A delightful hop was given at John- was caused by that trouble together with old feather lied. We add as a reason that he had the very a severe hemorrhage which she had. President Delaney, of the Kentucky best auctioneer in this end of the coun- eon's Hall Thursday night and the many belles and beaux tripped the light fanMrs. Tucker was n splendid woman and World's Fair Commissioners, is congratty, J. Peter Chandler, who can Bell quick- tastic to the sweet strains of Weir's a devout member of the Christian ulating himself on having a handsome command better prices and keep his band till nearly fair time Friday mornchurch. She leaves beside number of sum on hand ready to turn back Into tiie er, crowd well entertained. No chance for ing. A large number of visiting ladies children, all of whom nro grown, her treasury at the expiration of his the blues while Mr. Chandler is crying. were present and with Somerset's full husband, who has been in feeble health term. If economy was the solo object of of the News has just reached quota of pretty ones, it is needless to l)i a number of years and who a year the commissioners they might have death of Mr. Roy Gamer, athero Holdam's add that it was a season of delight to ago suffered a severe paralytic stroke. expended less than they did and thus Mill, yesterday. His horse reared and tho young men of Somerset, who were Her remains were hud to rest in the increased tho balance to be returned to fell on him as he was on his way to Hustoiivillo cemetery Friday after tho State. The general impression church. Ho was carried to Mr. Hold- amply repaid for their trouble in getting propriate remarks by Llder W. L. BHems to he that the Kentucky exhibit am's house, but only lived a short time. up tho hop. The Somerset Banking Co , is an instilianip. has been comparatively a failure ami Ho was a good man, who will he sadly thhl tho State could have made a much missed by his family and the whole com tution that does not flicker even if the DANVILLE. butter showing if the tiling had been munity. This is a most terrible blow to times are hard. It has been lending (Ailvectto money almost all along and still has properly iiiaiiagvd. If the governor had conF. T. Fox has handled 100 fat hogs chosen his commissiouurs without re- his family and friends and earthly more that can be had on good paper. solation will do them but little good. Bob Hail is teller and book at to 5c. He also sold :00 husheis of gard to politics and from practical keeper and s May a merciful God temper tho blow as barley at 10c. about tho bnsiest man in Somerset. men who were not place seekers, He only can. George llontn, grocer, has assigned Kentucky would have come out with .FOR. Somerset is continuing to build up Little Chester, the Bweet little baby and is stretching His lia- much more credit, us she has the refor tho benefit of his creditors. her boundaries far out boy of Mrs. Mayme Perkius, died ladt bilities are stated at fl.'-'tt-f. Several additions sources necessary to an excellent exhih week of that fearful disease, diphtheria. into tho country. Groceries-BreadJames Hope, an aged citizen of it. A man may know how to buy votes have beou made lately which not only He was here with his mother visiting help tiie appearance of night after a and manipulate primaries and yet Perrvville, died Thursday the town, but not prolonged illness from a pulmonary af- know how to build a chicken coop or the family of Mr. W. E. Perkins aud whs will add considerably to her population. taken sick iu live days after he left. Now fection, at the home of his sister, .Mrs. tell a In a difficulty at South Somerset, scrub fiom a thorough- Wade, tho oldest boh of W. E. Perkins, Thursday morning, Engineer Anna Kupley, one mile from that place. bred. J. II. Athas the same disease, and our people ate kins waa shot by Special Policeman The damage suit for JliO.OOO instituTu K grandest exhibition in the world all very much alarmed. Wade is doing Frank Dill, from tho effects of which ted against the Cincinnati Southern railho very well, but it is such a deceptive of John is the way Ringling Bros.' Circus is administrator road by tho died in several hours. It is claimed by It will be exhibited at Dan trouble that it is hard to know when a Atkhis' friends that he was merely guyCrouch, for causing his heath, was comvillo nex Saturday, 23d, under tho larg- patient is out of danger. As this case is ing Dill when promised by the road paying $l,i!00. he reached back in his Alex Prathor, the negro wiio robbed est tents ever shown, with tho finest right opposite our college, school will pistol pocket (in which there was no ltoutun's jewelry store at Junction City zoological collection on earth, including have to bo closed this week, which we weapon), but Dill no doubt thought to regret very much, as the children were the contrary and and was captured at Lexington, was the largest living giraffe, a fired the fatal shot. brought to Danville to await tho action gnu, the only hippopotamus in captivi- making Btich splendid progicss. He was discharged at the examining triMiss Polly Pleasants has a silk bed al Fridqy of the grand jury. Ho has been iu the ty, two great herds of performing eleafternoon. E. O. W. Ordets for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adphants, a whole drove of camels, a mag- spread that was brought to this State penitentiary three times already for R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. nificent Percheron htallion with a mano from Orange county, Va., in 1S1HJ, which The Q. fc O. and L. S. will run a stealing. The Institute for Deaf.Mutes opened nine feet in length, a complete horse is said to be quite a curiosity aud very World's Fair excursion from Stations t.-'''k-'- ' handsome. Albert Taluott, Jr., has in north of Somerset aud West of on the 0th with an attendance of about fair containing 350 head of pair of spectacles that his possession inclusive, on the 21st, when to, which has been increased to more horses, and a circus performance embracing more high salaried performers than are 50 years old aud cost $50. They be- the lowest rates of the season will be 150 in the past 10 days and more than arc expected. This is the 71st session of any other two shows can boast, a mar- longed to his father, Col. A. G. Talbott. gi en. Call on or write agents for full is enough particulars. tdis fumoua institution and tho roster of velous horse spectacle, eulistiug the They are very heavy; there 2 Finest Trains in the South." enrolled on the first day was tho trained intelligence of 100 wondrously material in them to make four or five names A negro shot tho judge at New Orbred equities; complete circuses of train- pairs like tho ones now used. While Through Car toChicago without change.from largest in its history. New Orleans. Meridian. Ilirnimghani. Chat- ed goats, pigs and ponies, twenty Mexi- speaking of curiosities we will say that leans, who waa trying him for a trivial tanoogi, Jacksonville, Hi.. Atlanta, Macon, Of tho 0,000 pilgrims who journey can horses who do everything but talk, W. Buchanan has a watch that was oll'ense. He escaped and mobs hung 5 AshevillctN. C , Knowille. Tcnn.. Lexington ed from Mediterranean porta to Mecca and the most exciting chariot and other brought by his grandfather Buchanan three of iiis brothers, who refused to fi) and Georgetown, Ky Choice of routes via al- s Another negro Cincinnati or via Louisville for tho purpose of saving their bouIs by races over seen under canvas. A grand from Glasgow, Scotland, that is a greater tell hid whereabouts. lowed on all World s Fair tickets, at Chatta- to tho suspended collin of street procession occurs at 10 o'Jock, curiosity than anything wo ever saw in was kicked to death by the infuriated doing homugo nooga, l.ouisville, Indianapolis or Cincinnati. v lf are Baid to have when a full mile of glittering dens of that line. It has no second hand; the cowards. Mohomuied, Vox further information as to Rates, Car w Service. Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call sacrificed their bodies to cholera. At wild ueaais win ue exmuiteu tree uiion main spring is a tiny chain and the crys- Spring Humors and Eczemas on or address any aqent of the Queen & 0 the Btreete, and ten different kinds of tal is very much thicker than three or one time 100,000 worshipers were Crescent Route or 12. T. V. & (3. Ry. are caused by Microbes in the blood. J ground music will till the air with melody. U. G. CnWARD?, CJ. P. A., Cincinnati, O. tho holy mount, with the dinary ones, It is said to he over 150 Take Stockton's Antiseptic; it kills .Myears old. everywhere strewn with tho dead and icrobes and cleanses the blood of all imThere were 11 new caaes of yellow the dying. own National Bank will go purities. It is your your fault now if The Frankfort Kentucky pensioners drew $i)93,S9i,-0- 0 fever at Ilruuswiclc, Ga., Sunday. The little ones to you suffer or allow shrinkage sutler when Stockton's Antiseptic will during the three months ending Au- situation in the city is described as des- into liquidation, owing to the perate. of its business. cureit so quick. A. R. Penny has it. gust ai. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th d Hustonville, Ey. 1 all-wi- se CENTRAL university nd blue-gras- s Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department se store-hous- e Weath-erford- 's e e 11 ap-W- tl- busi-nef- Your account is due the 1st day of each month. M'KINNEY BROS. Fancy , Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, Cakes, Pies burr-taile- d CALLONRZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. high-bre- d Law-reneohu- 1 Queen & Crescent Route Stop-over- J f J one-ha- gath-eredo- n 'f ,, - - V is''' THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. zs '.) 'layjiy" WWBWWHIBHIIW rrr"u,r;M "vmflU'l " 1ip ii mi ail fcl'Wfc'- - ."V m rf' '"- nil f nniiri n. "i W.HJiuaj, sfsSW . tfpf IT John Powell, of Louisville, stabbed his wife at Loxiucton and barely ea- caped lynching. T. T. Covington was nominated by tho democrats of Richmond for mayor II. C. Rice, for city by 4 majority. judge, got 3:1 majority. Five negroes, including three women, were lynched at Aberdeen, Mies., for poisoning a well from drinking from Which now attracting so much attention in the White City or the Windy City, whichever choose to cal which two children died. it, is in that respect somewhat like our establishment. With goods piling up in our house ,and prices Owing to tho prevalence of diph marked so low, we arc in Stanford the theria in Harrod8burg, tho public schools have been ordered to close. Several deaths have occurred. JeBse Mitchell, a negro, was lynched at Amelia Courthouse, Va Thursday HELM. Col. Breckinridge's plea, it is sai 1, night for assaulting Mary 'iravi, a And we intend now to "astonish the natives" with prices that arc absolutely too low to be referred to as will be that he did not seduce Miss Polold white girl, two ypara ago. For Superintendent of Public Scnoolt, To give you an idea ol the enormity of our stock we mention the fact that we have lard under a promiso of marriage or in Fire, which started in Monroe, Jef- "rock bottom." any other way; that sbo was a woman of ferson and Wilson's livery stable at over 2,000 Shirts m our House and everything else in proportion. McCLARY. W. the world who could give him three Cynthiana, burned It and 15 homes, bepoints in the game and beat him and The court of appeals bas juBt allimied that in the matter he is more sinned sides a largo amount of adjacent property. a decision, which is of much interest to against than sinning. This A Chattanooga electrician proposes holdera of policies in accident insurance old Adaoi, who enjoyed the fruit and to effect an arrangement by means of companies. A Maysville man, who held then laid all the sin on the wowhich train robbers can be electrocuted a policy for $3,000, choked to death on man, a performance that has been as soon as they touch the express comHis widow deof beefsteak. more or less condemned ever Bince by manded the money, but it was refused on those who think the old rascal should pany's safe. Can't touch us in drawing a crowd and our store is the busiest looking establishment in Stanford, "the J.T. Woolten, clerk of Barron counthe grounds that the death was not pro not have turned State's evidence against city between two hills." Wc can sell goods at prices that will duced by external causes. A suit was the weakerjBex, when he was deeper in ty, is under arrest for forgery. He stood very highly in the community, until ho brought and decided against the compa- the mud than afafejn the mir?. began running with fast women and Judge Pryor affirmny and on an appeal, WiiKX-thBi'gnal gun fired Saturday then he went down. ed the decision holding that- - bad The receipts of the National Treasubeefsteak may cause an accident just as over,100,000 persona, had entered the well as astray bullet and that b.oth arp race for homesteads and town lots in the ry this month are nearly a million dol"external causes" so far as the accident Cherokee strip and the scenes attending lars less than tho expenditures. Tho is concerned. This decision Bettles in occupancy of Oklahoma were enacted gold reaervo has decreased nearly a mil For instance, good Shirts from 20c to S3; our line of Underwear is complete and wc can sell you a bis favor the suit brought by Judge Arch on a larger scale. Men and women lion in thesiime time. Three negro men and one woman suit anywhere from 50c to $7. Examine our line of Comforts and Hlankets: wc have them to suit all against an accident insurance rushed madly over each other in pur Carson company, which refused to pay the poli- suit of land and several were either were shot to death in tho Carrollton, pocket books. In fact, our stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes surpasses all others in imcy held by his son for similar reasons. killed or permanently injured. Some Ala., jail while thuy were on their kneeB mensity and the popular verdict is that it is perfectly beautiful. Come to sec us at of the "sooners" got shot by the sol- pleading for mercy, They were charged of us agree that the brute in ques- diers and altogether it was the day of with burning a cotton gin. All There are 24,S1K) pensioners in Ken tion deserved death, but the governor's days to those who entered the mad race. : : tucky, including two survivors of the action in Dardontnc belore conviction ThkU. S. Senators are still talking war of 1212 and tho widowaof 20. There and commending the act, must be view A. URBANSKY, everyone who does not with their mouths and delaying the will are also 025) Mexican soldiers and 40S ed with alarm by believe that the majesty of the law can of the people, upon whom they no long- widows on the rolls. There were 50 world's racing record was broken when be best vindicated by assassination. er look as their lords and masters. When deaths last year. -- : Henry S. Cochren, who had been a the great stallion, Directum, trotted a Editor Smith expresses it exactly when the day arrives to elect them by a direct governor of vote of the people, as it will at no dis- trusted clerk in the Philadelphia mint mile in 2:00J. Flying Jib paced a milo i he says that as long as the W. A. Slayma the State proclaims officially thatin Ken- tant date, a greater respect for their for 40 years, has confessed that ho stole in 2:01 and thus equalled the world's! tucky murder to avenge a wrong shall wishes will be manifested and they will the 1 131,000 worth of gold bullion missed record of tho champion, Mascot. ker, A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCla A. T. Traylor writes from I!itidJoro, not be punished, or the murderer even not bask alone and longer in the sun- from tho vault. Over $100,000 of the r J. W. I'crin, J. W. Wallace. 111., that his Btallion, shine of their own greatness. Jese WilkB, that Btaud a trial, just so long may Kentuckamount has been recovered. John Ncwland, J. N. Mcncfce, E. te George Booth, the negro hung at Co- he took from here, started in tho ians expect the name of their State to be G. Waller, Win. Rice, W. C. AbOnk of the fakes at the. World's Fair lumbus, O., Friday, was a Jessamine 111., pulling lawlessness and with race at Charleston, synonomous bey, T. H. Meals, H. K. Wearen, crime and it strikes the Signal that Gov. that rivals anything in the Plaisance is county, Ky., product. He ran off to Cin- an old time nulkey bought of George W. G. Raney. A. J. fcarp. representation of the cinnati after committing a number of Wearen, while the others wore hitched to Brown has set a dangerous precedent in that uunecesarily dragging the majesty of Mammoth Cave that undermines the crimes here, where he killed a mau and the new concerns, and won second Every one guaranteed. Special Kentucky building and for going into finally caught it in the neck. money finishing with head and tall up; the law in the blood of assassination. inducements now offered. which an admission fee is charged. It is pre time 2:37. Although bandied but three Representative McCreary has just a little hole in the ground and pared a bill to meet the Chinese prol-lei- n weeka the youngster has shown a 2.201 Tiik HarrodBburg Democrat man, hiin-honn nlil hnnhelor. Davs a deserved trib bears about as much resemblance to the confronting tho government and it clip and Mr. Traylor says ho will tie H. WEAREN & CO. a"t hole does to a snake has been adopted us a substitute for tho heard from this fall. silk shirt waist which hedeclares I.8reat ca as ute to the of the will make even an old maid look sweet hole. Everett Bill by a MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. and giddy. It is indeed a thing of beauJudge Lindsay's excellent speech in House Committee on Foreign Atlairs. is ty. Its fluffy, cool appearance The Kanawha, W. Va., Coal Ex the Senate in advocacy of the repeal of Mr. W. F. Long, of Lexincton, and! captivating, especially when the Sherman bill, is given in full in yes- change has appointed a committees uf 2.J Miss Bessh', daughter of Granville Cecil, j adorning a perfect form and the man terday's Courier-Journand shows that of the coal operators in the State to go are to marry Oct. 11. I want to reduce my large who can look at one when it is so em- whether upon the bench or in Legisla-tiv- to Washington to, protest, before tho Louis Rapp and Mips Rose Smith stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. ployed and not be filled with an Ways and Means Committee against the were 'married on the diamond just befdre halls, our junior senator is a credit ..u ui.i.1 tuKu. ,u jH,u-- ntver so iow. inn ami examine the stock. desire to encircle it with his to his State. Meantime has anybody repeal of the duty on foreign coal. They the game between the Cinclnnatis and Ladies' watches former price 550 now $40 00; Base arms, is fit for treahons, strategems and heard from Joe Blackburn? Baltimorei w.v called Sunday. He was all do it. Ladies' watches former price S35 now $27.00; spoils. Let no such man be trusted. A train on the Mineral Range railball must bo getting below par when it never silent so long before in his life. Ladies' watches former price $25 now $17.50. a crowd. road, Michigan, was he'd up near Calu tikes such schemes to draw Yesterday 100 years ago the corner met by three masked men Friday mornPoor old Virginia! She had her Tho Queen A Crescent and Louisville Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the and repudiation schemes to iDJure stone of the Capitol at Washington was ing and robbed of 170,000 of Calumet and rate good name and credit, and now her laid and the event was celebrated in a Hecla mine money. After getting the Southern will make a round-triher : : democratic U.S. Senators are putting her becomiug manner. Mr. Cleveland pre- money the robbers told the engineer to of 1 fare to New Orleans on account of in the unenviable position of obstruct- sided and William Wirt Henry, a de- go ahead d u quick and he obeyed or- the meeting of the colored Knights of This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. Pythias Supreme Lodge, Sept. ing the passage of a democratic measure scendant of Patrick Henry, delivered ders with alacrity. Bale 22 to 27 on certificate suggested by a democratic president and the oration and Cardinal Gibbons proThe American yacht Navahoe has Tickets on A- :e&. trains run to thought to be the surest means of relief nounced the benediction. been declared the victor in tho remark- plan. Solid veslibuled New Orleans from Cincinnati in 20 country. No wonder the State to the of Wales' H. II. KING. Col Wklcu lias not decided yet able race with the Prince Ut miles the shortest lint. OKOKGK II. l'KKWITT. haB fallen from her former high estate yacht, Britannia, Tuesday. The contest, hours. It is whether hi; can accept the senatorial Tliteo roads have been named as the and become a secondary star in the great which was over a course of 120 miles constellation, instead of being the moth- nomination or not. If not Lincoln is was at first given to the Britannia, but official route of the I. O. O. F. for the not confined to one man. She has sevs train er of statesmen, as of yore. now declares the Sjuth, on account of their eral willing to serve their country in the the Regatta Committee MORELAND, KY., Hervice, elegant equipment and quick by 57 seconds. Mr. A. A. LEwiphBB decided to start capacity named and will avail herself of Navahoe the winner We have opened up a nice line ol time and thev will sell tickets cheap to Controller of the Currency Eckels a republican State organ at Frankfort to her conceded right to the nomination the I O. O. F. demonstration in Chicawas entertained at a meeting of Chicago go. be called the Chronicle and will as soon this time. Ask agent for ratec. Sept. bankers. He made a brief address in Choice of routeB via Cincinnati or Louishe secures S.000 six months' subscribers Tick revolution in Brazil is affecting at 50 cents, half of which he will give the price of coffee, which is going clear which he referred to the improving ville. W. O. Rinearson, general passenfinancial situation and said the experiWc paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get to the persons securinglthem. The pro- out of eight. If war prices are resumed ence of tho recent panic bas been so ger agent, Cincinnati. the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots by the leading republiject is endorsed the people will have to do as they did in costly that there will never be any more which enables us to make very low prices. Salt 7 bu. Si. cans who recognize the fact that the Southern Confederacy, 50. use dried DR. W. B. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you the 150,000 republicans in the State have bits of sweet potatoes and other substi- juggling or experemental monetary leg islation. no official organ and but few organs of tutes for money. the beverage. Tho Chesapeake & Ohio Steamship any kind. Mr. Lewis is (.capable of unWe are opening up a splendid line of Millincrv. Mam itrtt, Ofbce Co.'s new route for commerce between ttcatcd South ude V. IlutTiiun, in odice receo dertaking the job as huge as it is, and SUnfonl, Ky. We have n yearling Southdown lJucks and 18 'lluck Lambs, all by Dr. I.. NEWSY NOTES. Europe and America was formally openwe wish hiin success. thoroughbred, for sale. Conway, KocKcaatle county, has a ed Saturday, when the initial steamer, & Tns Louisville Times says tint th new postmaster in the person of B. O. The Rappahannock, left Newport News fact that Senator Daniel, of Virginia, Hfchardson. for Liverpool with a large cargo, equal to aiintitltlrators ol Samupl Knclcmati, dectl , held the Senate for four hours on FriThe paid attendance at the World's about 250 car loads, including 40,000 weAwill cll I. ami licit bidder at hys in the year, Fair last week was 1,07!),323. The total bushels of wheat, .'170 head of cattle and Knglcman's. tot the hlchtlHulihlc on the Lancasday, one of the hottest mile fiom tobacco, ter pike, on bIiowb that he is very much of an orator. is now over 12,500,000. 1,275 hogsheads of Kentucky IS OVER THE Just bo, but the further fact that he largest shipment of tobacco ever The store of Crutcher & Starks aud the 22. 1893, . - il 1 spoke against the repeal of the Sherman Oak Hall, Louisville, suffered by a fire made from a Virginia port. to the followinc described proprily I.langin bill likewise indicates that ho is not to the amount of $10,000. tho deed, L'iKxl work mare. 6 rear) old. t lirown uurk FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. very much of a statesman. Like our The sheriffs are turning in the taxes mar j 5 yean old, nice 4 year old bay ccldintc. Senator Daniel is rapidly and there is now 1500,000 in own Joe Blackburn, aaddle hone, 4 years , extra Strayed or Stolen. A red Berkshire old, a eocxl vroiktT. Eoodbroke to ride, yrarlini; j 3 year old geldings gifted with gab, but -- we'll let thnt pass. available cash in the treasury. saw. nit-- weaned: weight about 175 saddle colt, 1 line milk cow witn young caivea, good yearling hfifer. Dr. W. H. Gait, for many years pounds. A reward will bo paid for her jennet colt,J ersevand pigs, 5eMra Mr old jcunrt ana mulct. a sow Tiik president and Mrs. Cleveland are Health Officer of Louisville, died altera return. J. G. Carpenter. ISN w. FAIIMINO IMl'LKM fond of Biblical names, so they have brief and sudden illness, aged G7. W. T. Hail, of Pulaski county, has at 0:10. ..I. ..... .I.. ........ 'fCI .. C . UIIUCI I named the baby JKsther. Over 17,000 lit... villus It was to have been decided by the 12,000 peach trees and his ciop this year credit Ills. 3 month, nof t iui.sii,u.cisecurity.mwtiii -. .' paywith good of hunpeople in this country and several busheis. His fruit will able nt the Karrcrs Hank .VTnut Co. directors last night whether the World's will bo 10,000 O. It. EXf.LIt.MAN, 55.1.I dreds across the sea have telegraphed Fair shall be extended to January. H. W. GIVKNS. averago him S2 per bushel. Ailn r congratulations to the proud mama their Ten thousand old soldiers are exTheodorB Powell's colt took the preand papa. Esther means a btnr and pected at the confederate reunion to be mium and Charley White's the certifiItuth beauty; the two are therefore the held at Birmingham, Ala., on October li cate at the show of the colts of Capt. B. 1 ' star-eyi75,Wo,il.vl.Lyrt' beauty of tariff reform, as it and :i. 's F. Powell's English Hunter at FROM were. Saturday afteruoou, when a large Suit has been filed against the LouisLOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. V ville Southern by a number of colored number of his got were exhibited. The yellow tide continues to flow R A , VI J Q itDOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE prople to test the validity of the separate The rise in the prico of tobacco is The Britauic brought 18,075 coach law. INCIUOCS explained by the reparts of tho county and the Fuerst 1,750 from the old counPullm an Ve itlbule Sleeping ind Buffet Parlor Can, which are in many instances re A meeting at Lawreuceburg Baptist nani-rs- . try Friday. Times are brightening and if crops, This is said Only Route Through the Indiana the Senate would heed the people's will church resulted in Ali additions and porting very 6hort case in such big to greatly elevated the spiritual life of the to be especially tho Natural Gas Belt. and pass the House bill repealing the bacco counties as Boone anil bheluy. Sherman law we might be happy yet, community. THROUGH TICKETS VM THtSI lists Tho fastest heat'ever trotted in a David Bradley, of Mason county, THCIH COMMCTK3NS CAN BC41CUM0 you bet. AT THE PRINCIPAL TICKtT OfllCia O' ( Washington Park, fell from a tree while gathering walnuts raco was made SOUtHlMI KAIlA)S. Foh trcciAi kiroRMATiot m rigaro to rath an Mk. Coffin decided thnt he did not and broke his neck, causing his death a Chicago, whenAlix, by Patronage AtCISIfiLD CCTAIIS cOhCtRhlha THIS AT- want to be buried yet awhile, so he de- few hours later. lanta, in the Columbian Exposition SERVICE, Arptv in person or Br lilttH 04 7IUWUM TO IITHIH OF THC POUOWIhOI prohibition nomination for A number of railroads entering Chi- - Stakes, worth 515,000 to the winner, clined the Thompson's Barber Shop, rUH.tlCn.fcntleroIWrifiat, - MSHTIltt im. governor in Iowa and a Methodis broth- - cago have armed their men to resist went a mile in 2:07?, displacing Martha Jesse ll .&' tfJIIILB I lhugios, IT. "w.ju inuarsuj.a.. nurigJci, . Wj 0"1 fill all ol the best Ilarbcra in the Slate Ihere are three er, Kev. Benuett Mitchell, was substi- - train robbers and they are now almost Wilkes' record ef 2:0Sl. I There are also excellent liath Rooms run in cod walking arsenals. tuted for a target for republican votes. Jl At WaBMDKton lark, LIIICflKO, ll m:tinn. Agent tor I exirpton Steam Laundry Wie fhUJl4 K4 111 WftUtfJlUatJ 1' V 6 OB 8 PAGES. Tiik November election is one of Rreat importance in Vircinia. Besides a eov- ernor and lieutenant governor, members of the legislature are to be elected, which Stanford, Ky., Sbitemiiek 19,1893 is to chooso two United States Senators, one to fill a vacancy and the other for a full term, members of the supreme court, W. P. WALTON. 100 county judges and all the circuit judges. Thecampaign is opening in a lively manner and a halcyon and vocifer-ou- a timo may be expected till the election day in the afternoon. The Virginians are hardly so excitable as the Kentuckians and it is expected that they will pull DEMOCRATIC TICKET. through their troubles without resort to shot gun arguments or bloodshed. Fur Represenutie, emi-Week- ly Interior Journal J 4 I The Great fijld West Shorn S 1 HARVEY OJBKTTBE ATTBAOTION 12-ye- ar F. out-Ada- The Biggest Circus Make YouSmile On tLoud THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. 1 Kki-i:ki:nck- VAPOR STOVES. three-minu- iH5fIliL ed H W. aggra-vatingl- y al Great Clearance Sale. s n o'er-weauin- g Ma-hon- e p SAME SWEEPING -- REDUCTION. iFiEiisriLsrirr. 25-:!- 0. first-clas- KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, 23-3- Dry PENNY Dentist. far Administrator's Sale I IhrfolTFair PREWITT. Route from the Sou- KI1TC l- FRIDAY, SEPT. to-u1 1 1 Pennsylvania SHORT LINES 1 1 1 ! ; jfet 'mh . - . ' I ed McCor-mack- f SHI . i2 CtsQ. - iT j&wmmt JMtWx mM (?? to ,07 AND AN FIRST-CLA- S- -. 'A I 1 yV.1 1 vi' Ol --- ,. 'r'-- ? .- - Ti;j&f(h; Ufc f r ., - Semi-Week- ly v possible, all the teachers and scholars on T. J. Hatch Kit says ho is greatly encouraged in his race for jailor since last tho roll to a special service of praiso and Pay your account. A. It. Penny. court day, when many people pledged prayer, and looking to the gathering in Don't forget tho old rebel of children and youth now outsido the their Buppc-ttStanford, Ky.,Scitemiii:r 19, 1893 forKvKRYTiuxa in the jowelry lino clioap when you go to cast your ballot. Sunday-schooPenny's. cnsli at . Tho congregation at tho PresbyteriMu. Ai.iikkt Hommkl, a young gentle- an church ia promised a rare treat next Wasted day boarders; can furnish E. C. Walton, Business Manager room for one. Mrs. Katu Dudderar. man of experience and lino business Sunday morning. Miss Johns, tho acMYtact, will open up a general merchandise complished vocal music teacher at tho Foil Sale on Hunt. My homo on Dan- store ntltowlandto-morrowothe strict- College, will sing a solo to an accompaMEANS BUSINESS. ville street. J. It. Warren, Stanford. ly cash Bystem, tho only correct way of niment by Miss Millhouser, tho highly Buy your school hooks and school sup doing business. Wo wish him buccosf. cultivated instrumental teacher at the A (loon light weight jacket for $1.00. pliea ol all kinds at A. It. Penny's. Goods arc- A ptkii consultation with the trustees Bamo Institution. Watciim, clocks and jewelry repaired All going at reduced itriccB. Severance Rsv. George 0. Barnes preached and tbo physicians, Prof. Hubbard lias nml warranted. Engraving a specialty, it Son. mm at A. It. Penny's. decided that in order to keep down any two Bermons here Sunday and largo au Don't fail to sou our now arrivals in Tiik soda water syrups at A. It. Pen- dress goods, broad cloths, rugs, Ac, Ac. alarm, to request tho parents of the diences hung on the eloquent words ny's am tnado with pure fruit juices and Hughes A Tate. children who live in tho neighborhood which portrayed a God, not tho monster aro delightful. Try them. in which tbo deaths from diphtheria he is often pictured, but love and nothYou owe us and you must pay. Wo havo occurred, to withdraw them from ing else. Misses Mario and Georgio PERSONAL POINTS. were not with him and the singing was must have our money, bard times or no the College for tho present week only. rather off, but tho glad tidings that he Mb. J. S. HiHitiRs has returned from bard times. McKinney Bros. Killed. A dispatch received yester- brought compensated for for it. Itook Castlo Springs. Fok Kent. A cottago of tlireo rooms, day, through tho kindness of Mrs. Alice The Carrollton News says Bro.Barnes' ltcv. anii Mrs. W. K. Ellis started for kitchen and cellar, wtth good cistern; sit- Nowland, at Crab Orchard, informs us meetings thero were very slimly attend the great Fair Saturday. street. Inquire at that Mr. L. D. Garner was instantly kill ed and so called christian people did all Miis. Sampson, of Junction City, is vis- uated ou Lancaster Higglns & Watts' coal oillce. ed near Holdntn's mill, Sunday night, they could, apparently, to discourage iting Mrs. ltanniu Burks. by bis horso rearing up and falling back him. The editor was delighted, as all to Ml. Hon. It. 0. Waiuikn wont up WiTiiotT a doubt Danka tho Jeweler on him. Ho leaves a wifo and nine sensible men must be, with tho simple court yesterday. Vernon has tho newest, neatest and nobbiest children, who havo tho sympathy of the but eloquent appeals for men to live Mh. J. A. Duddkiiak, wifo and Victor lino of watches, jowelry, eta, in Stancommunity, which held him in high better lives and intimates that a religion Every week from now on we will show allelic new things out. Lear are at the World's Fair. ford. Prices to suit tho people esteem. Beautiful Hop Sackings, Jacquards, Whip Cords, 6-- Broad Cloths, thatshows bo little charity as that disThomab Millkh Owblky is studying Caiiinkt photographs reduced to $1.99 nw in Hill A Mcltoberta' ofllce. Friday was the hottest day of the played by his people is not that of the Henrietta's in Cotton Mixtures, All Wools and Silk Warps, in( all Mils. Bkn Spau)IN(I, of Lebanon, spent nor dozen for the remainder of this year, the mercury running far into the meek and lowly Xuzariue. Heathens, the new shades of Royal Purple, Golden Brown, Hunters Green, month. Don't fail to grasp this oppor- 90s, but a sudden chango in the temper- we opine, will have a better show at tbe Blacks, Heliotropes, &c, &c. The melancholly days are upon us and several days at Col. T. P. Hill's. Mhs. S. P. Staoci has been enjoying tunity, as you see it is only for a short ature Saturday ran it down to 50 by Sun- judgment day than such Christians. we must prepare for the chilly blast. time. A. J. Earp. Mr. W. H. Shanks preached at tho tho delights of Casey for several days. day morning, when fires and overcoats Mhs. J. L. Hosk and little daughter, of of Christian church, Sunday morning, and W havo just opened tho first ship- were in demand. Yesterday was one Mr. C. E. Tate at night, and both acJunction City, were guest of Mrs. P. Hen- thoBO rare Fall duys that make a man ment of dress goods, consisting of quitted themeolves creditably and wqll. W.Green. riettas, Serges, Flannels, Hop Sackings glad ho is living. Tho weather bureau Mr. ShankB got after tho delinquents and Mim Gkoiuiia Wiiay went down to fair and bo wanner and Habit Cloths. Full lino of Silk says it will continue showed that of 324 members only SO had Junction City yesterday to visit Miss Velvets. Severance A Son. paid anything and their total contribuBessie Richards. Come to us and we will do both and do it at Hard Times prices. Dr. J. A. Williams, an account of tion was but a littleover $1,000. He comMr. and Mis. Geo. Miis. J. E. Fakiiis, The principal, Eld. Milton Elliott, tells whoso exploits was given in our last, Come and look, it will do you no harm and if you wont buy of us it pared the contributions with those of 0. Keller, Jr., and Itobt. Farris leave to us that Garrard College at tho end of the was bound over to keep the peaco to his tbe members of the Methodist church may help you to get a better bargain from some one else. I never day for the Fair of Fairs. week had enrolled 115 with inoro second family and all others in a small Bum, but and said if the members of the Christian knew a man to sell anything he had without showing it. So come and Mil. Will Skvkkakck has returned to come, which is regarded as a good being unablo to find a bondsman, he church paid proportionately as much, look. No trouble to show goods. from the cities, litre he laid in a large opening, considering tho times. languishes in jail. Ho sends us a note We have some things to close at prices that will make the auction they could easily raise $3,000 a year. fall goods. that supply of early The watermelon feto given by Misses from there to Bay that the charges against Mr. fihnnks is striking in the right di ashamed. Our remnant counter is still attractive. Our Shoes are the Miis. Allrn, who had spent the sumhim are false, that ho was only trying to rection, but if ho doesn't mind he'll get best ever offered at the prices. Our Furnishing Goods, Rugs and mer with her sister, Mrs. J. M. Hubbard, Jennie and Mario Warren was greatly onjoyed by quite a number of couples of correct a bad son and that no man loves himself disliked by those 233 who give Clothing willl be both profitable and Interesting to you. We handle returned to Memphis yesterday. nothing to support tho gospel. Men do his children better than he. Mrs. A. V. Hixicmoiie wa so sick Sun-- ' young people, including several from not like to bo told of their shortcomings. Standard Patterns and their Magazine at 50c. the best thing printed. Willi their accustomed iliy that her husband could not leave Lancaster. Accident. While taking his colt to graco the young ladies performed the Capt. B. F. Powell's show, Saturday afher long enough to fill his pulpit. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. adMiss A.vmk.Oainkh, who has been the part of hostess and made everybody ternoon. Charley White, son of Mr. T. gnest of Miss Eugenia Pulliam, has re- mire them more than ever. M. White, of this place, Buttered a painNO. 2 Vanderpool Smokeless. turned to her home at Hodgenville. ful accident. The colt became unman-agabl- o, The shopmen hero tell us that tho Mt.vi Moi.uk Dhooks, of Crab OrchWe call this a smokeless coal because it doea finally pulling him from the strike on the L. A N. is not settled nor male ordinary ard, accompanied her brothers. J. It. and will they accept tho company's terms. mnro ho was riding. His head struck a not but it a heavy black smoke thatwood fire. coals do, is like that made from a We the market that W. A. Hrcoks to the World's Fair Sun- All tho Bamo a notice was posted in the stono and a huge gash was cut in tho predict for this coil a place in and soul." AND ' body will capture the trade, It carwith a combination of qualities not found in day. Bhops yesterday that they would resume back of it. Tlie mare kicked him in ries otherItcoal mine at this time. The smokeless Mil Thomas H. Shanks loft Saturday operations, working 10 hours a day and tho faco as he fell and that was badly any feature will insure for it quick sate in tho cities, t ant it who worry the authorfirPantops Aculemy, Charlottesville, a six days in tbo week till some time in disfigured, though no bones were bro- because those smoke nuisance. Add city this the ities about the to school for the University of preparatory feature and then you have in this coal ken. Ho was brought homo and is now Octob r, after that nine hours a day. Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. the thing that all housekeepers must have when Virginia. getting on nicely. they can get it, in order to keepthe cooks in good humor, for there w(ll be no choked pipes to bo Mifb Xcttik Wiiay returned from After a thorough investigation of tho frequently cleaned This coal mines in very large DEATH'S OOINGS. Juuctlon City yesterday, accompanied most available water supplies for Lancasblocks and will produce 75 per cent. Lump, and big ores at that, from the ordinary room in the by Mrs. Thomas Kichards, who is the ter, Mr. E. W.Smith reports to tho comA little child of Mrs. Lizzie Irwin mines. The coal from this vein, handled over the inch screen will produce a better a pool in Dix River, three died at Danville Saturday of diphtheria standard I. M. Bruce. guest of Mrs. mittee that coal than the ether coals In tint section over a Mu. J. E. Flokkncic, late train dia miles from town, is tho safest and surest and Mrs. Irwin is down with tho same 4 inch screen and called "block " This coal will not slack either Irani exposure or other causes, patcher on the K , C. G. A L , is here. und estimates tho cost of the construc- disease. and the dealer and consumer will demand it on consolidated with tion of water works and an electric plant His ollice hnslx-oTho body of John Ueid's little child account of rearmerit. Smokeless: Volatile MatAnalysis Vanderpool Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. to reduce expenses. Tho Cumber- at $11,000. His report is published in was taken through town yesterday for ter. 40 70. Fixed Carbon, 58.20; Ash 1.10. The above analysis stamps the Vanderpool as A run by tho the Record ami contains much informa- interment at HuBtouvllle. land Gap Tunnel is now It died while No. fuel, and when once introduced will hold own in any market. Prices same as best Jellico tion on the subject. block system. on a visit to its grandmother in Garrard. its56 HIGGINS WATTS, Agents. -I... Mu. J ok P. Bciiton, after spending Our Adams' Sulphur Well corresThe Richmond Register is guilty of Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. tho summer at homo recuperating from contempt of court. Speaking of Judge pondent tells of tho sore ntlliction that a spell of fever and gutting in tolling Siulley's instructions with reference to lias come upon tho family of Mr. and & licks with his best girl, toro himself progressive euchre, it accuses him of Mrs. John M. White. The loss of ono away Saturday and is now dispatching ! loved child is Bevere enough, but two As executor of Thomas D, Hill, ilec'd, I will on joining tho grand army of cranks and : trains on the L. A N. from New OrleanB. taken in as many days is an aflliction s.ya ho Is too brainy a nun to bo guilty THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1893, ofsuch smallness as interfering with grievous to bo bourne. To add to tho CITY AND VICINITY. White has t 10 o'clock, A M , on the premlnes, situated in social home entertainments. Tho editor horror of the situation, Mrs. StaClocks, 52.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. Lincoln county, Ky , , mile from Maywo-Walnut anc Oak Eight-Dation, rcile from Su.ilord, on the Knoxille llranch seems to have been playing a game him- been stricken with the enme diseaBo and of the5 L, N spices at A A. Warren's. Mixed Prices knocked silly on K , sell the lollowing property k. self and fears that his judge will catch was in a critical condition yesterday. May God sustain them. 1,owkt prices. Dunks, the Jeweler. on to tho business. m Mr. B. W. Short, who was stricken 247 ACRES OF FINE LAND, goods. Danka, the Jeweler. Newest Mack Mack Moore, tho Shot. with paralysis a few days before, died In whole or in part to suit the purchaser. In a which in of son of James Moore, shot John Friday morning, not having rallied from good state onecultivation, joo acres ol iarma in is the Stylish articles. Dunks, tbo Jeweler. of the best watered Krxii, and Irame, Hamlin in tho thigli Friday night break- the shock nor regained consciousness. county. 'Iho residence is a And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, Tiik people's Jowelry storo is Danks's. ing tho bono. They had had a previous He lived with his only daughter, Mrs. containing 8 rooms. The outbuildings consist ol e coou stock barn, corn crib granary, . ii henery. carriage house, nuarrel over a woman and meeting that C. J. Thompson, and was in his 71st wood liouies, well and milkfiuit house, coal and house in yard, besides Nkw lot of Zeigler hoots and shoes just night at Junction City on the platform year. Mr. Short was a native of Ver- adjacent springs. Two fruit orchards and chestreceived at S. II . Shanks'. nut orchard of to trees. The live stock consists Hamlin, who was drunk, renewed tho mont, but moved to New York State at of brood man's, cows and calves and other cattle, lot of Ilerkshire hogs, llock stock of school books and school trouble. Hamlin llnally drew his pistol an early ho and thero followed the a nice ewen, ao hives ol bees, 8a shares ol 7s South- Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash Fill bank stock, down and tired three shots at Mooro without business of merchandising and stock household, larm and agricultural Implements, old with you. supplies at W. B. crop of this year v. with nil effect, when ho opened up on his antag- handling. In horse matters he retained corn, old heat,land will the sold as follows d be Terms. The of the purchMe motley cash, tho remainder We are closing out our entire stock of onist and lired two shots with the result a lively interest and kept well posted in equal lintallments of one and two years, rj per hats at cost. All new styleB. Severance stated. ijiite a number of people were current events. He retired from busicent, and lien. Tho personil property will be sold sums ol and under pot cash, 0 A .'on. on tho platform at tho time and our in- ness a number of years ago and when to- It: All a credit $2060 days without interest er If of that amount scampering to Mr. Thompson moved here to become paid at maturity, otherwise interest from date. Youii account is ripe, ready and wait- formant says that such All notes to be made negotiable and payable in witforeman of the I.. & X. machine shops, Lank, well secured ing. Please call and settle. W. II. Wear-e- places of safety has rarely been Kor further information apply on the premises nessed ho nml his wife, who survives him, came or to J II Wilson. Danville, Ky A Co. nn may at10 an IJlnner win 00 srrveu to live with him. Deceased was a lino J. H. WILSON, Ex'or , tend sa'e. Ab was expected by those who noFor Kent. OlhYa room in CommerDanville, Ky . H. Hill, Auctioneer old gentleman and during hiB Btay here cial Hotel Building, Main street. Apply ticed how Judgo Saulloy triod to give made many warm friends ol tho older him tho fairest of trials, tho court of apJ.H.SOWDER. to A. 0. Sine. citizens, who hastened to extend to the W It MILLKH. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. peals could find no error upon which to MILLER & SOWDER, Tiik people aro getting great bargains grant Mack Ferrell a now trial or rever- bereaved family all tho assistance and at Penny's in watches, clocks, jewelry sal and the sentence of life tor tbo mur- sympathy in their power. Though comEvery thing in the grocery line Call and see them before buying, parative BtrangerB here, they woro not and silverware. der of Sam Kngleman was lallirmod. treated like strangers in a strange land, for sale cheap. Next Friday, Sept. '1, ia tho last day When told of tho actiou of tbo court Fer and tho attentions shown them by evDealers and Brokers, refor tiling claims against tho county. G. rell showed but little smrpriso only ery class of citizens is Bincerely appreci- STANFORD, - KENTUCKY marking that fate seemed to bo against B. Cooper, clerk. ated by Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, who Office Intcnoi Journal Building him, and that ho would buck against it ask us to tender their thanks to them. -Tiik Mt. Verdon Signal says Mr. and as well as ho could. It is horrible to After a short service at tho vault in tho SALE. Mrs. K. K Davis havo another child, a think of so young a man being consign presence of a large assemblage, the reine lllue Ora Farm ol 333' acres on pike lino boy. Tho mother is from Crab ed to such a living death, but the way of school transgressors is hard and he who sins mains were laid therein till a more con- and finely improcu and was tho venient time to take them to Now York i. Farm of 100 alien, finely lmpiot'd. Offered teacher, Miss Alice Stuart. must suffer tho consequences. at low prici or final interment. King W. C. Si'iiATTjJwho married n sister of 3 100 acre, viliurlun property, good laud, can CuiiK.sviJ Woods is bo glad that CHURCH AFFAIRS. buditided into to n Ion; good house. ling Bros, circus is coming to Richmond Mr. David Scott and who is still living Is Receiving His Fine lllue Oratt Faun, excclltntl)- improved, The Christian Kiideavor movement, on4.piUe, 105 acre that ho falls into poetry in the Register with three children, was adjudged Saturday and taken to tho asylum which began in 1SSI with two societies : In such a manner as to provo that poet 5 Farm of 141 acres, near R. R. nation. Geod not horn, Tho pome is fearful- by Dick Nowland and Perry White. Sev- and (IS members, had on tho first of tho lluesrais land; mnall tenant home. is made eral years agohe professed religion un- present year 23,505 societies and 1,113,-00- 0 6. A farm ol ly anil wonderfully constructed. Goods Warrantedind a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. Jio acre; molerately improved d. members not counting tho Stanford and well locatou near piVe. Ode red at a greit der Bro. Barnes, but afterwards Two weeks sinco when Flder Bociety, which seems to havo played out Lart;ain. Picnic A letteraddressedto the to Joo Severance, Jr. held a meeting at after n very vigorous existence. JouiLNAi. Steam Print" asks ub j. lllue Gra 1'arui of 131 acres, on pile. U Ulrljr Improveil will give a picnic Goshen, he again came iuto tbe fold, Will Shanks baptized Willis Xaylor bjv that John Bartela in aieai to suit S to 11. Town lets in Stauford atOttonheim on tho J3d, commoncing at saying that the preacher had niado ev- at tho Christian church, Sunday night. purchasers & music and plen- erything so clear ho could not longer re It was his first effort in that line and ho 10 a. m. There will bo miles from Stan Fifty acre of knob land things to eat. Everybody in- - sist the pleadings of his conscience. A succeeded very woll in burying him in ty of good Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, , paint day or two afterwards ho began to talk tho water. Anybody can baptize in that vited. 14. Ten acres of Lnob land on pike 7 miles from and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. flighty on religious subjects and the church, no ordination or other qualifi- Stanlord. inniioiritvii.LK Kami. Hon. John M. acres of knob lanlwltn houw, 13 Thirtv-tw- o advertising frenzy growing on him ho became a rav- cation except membership being TinBloy was here yesterday oa pike, 5V4 miles from Stanford. will bo tho best ing maniac. Friday morning he got up thn above Fair, which 16 Forty acres of improved knob Unl on lluck The Presbyterian church throughwill bo held at an early hour and broke everything We guarantee "Sign Work, artistic and plain. Creek. A specialty. of the series, and which ho could get his hands on, when tho out the United States will generally obrate from . Tho round-tri- p give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. . work to Fept.V-20acre fine larm with excellent 17. from all family thought it best to send him to an serve Sabbath, Sept. 24, as a rallying null, dwelhns and other improvements, on pike, CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky here will bo $2.00 and ono fare together, sb far as 4 miles from Stanlord. day for the bringing asylum. btations south of Junction City. Interior Journal Funeit oysters at Zimmei's. . l. NEW -- 6 -- GOODS H. J. McRPBERTS. n m FAL.L. b WINTER All In. THE GREAT ' Come and See. Opening Begins. 4 Hard Times will ntit Kee You to-da- WaM HUGHES & TATE. -- BffiUG S BOOKS Compounded non-so- SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Wo Bo McIlMDBiEIOTS9 1 an-oth- 1 A-- Executor's Sale Of Land, Stools Crop. d CYCLONE REDUCTIONS y it m m Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, two-sto- ry smoke-hons- . - Danks, The Jeweler, THE BEST MADE. One-thir- BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, n ! WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. H.6.RUPLEY,- REAL :- ESTATE PROPERTYFOU 1 Or-ntm- I woll-know- n . m iHrtMBaHwMk in-aa- - 11 FALL AND: WINTER GOODS. back-slide- "1n-tkiuo- ii NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AT73TX1T, a 3!-- Fro'rs. House Painting and Paper Hanging Ninety-thre- e Jfe i' - - V " .. '.. T ' WKf 1"ar. mmmSM Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal THAT D'AR. Aftrr Tackling Illm the Mnn Learned a Little Something. Evory Tuoaday and Friday Publlahod Ho wns h sturdy young innii, with his AT trousers in his bootlegs nnd his right S3 PICK. YKAK IX ADVANCK arm in n sling, nnd wliilo waiting nt tho WWhen not so pant $2.50 will be charged. ferry dock a policeman asked him if ho had had his arm broken. "No. only chawed," ho replied. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Were you bitten by n horse?" "No a b'sir." Taln naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning "Bv a bear! Have you been off huntp. m. at'jUo L. I AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. la 11 ing?" Mail train going North 11 " South Express train " South North Ljeal Freight North .. ' South. The tatter traint alio carry passengers. Tha above ii calculated on itandard time. Solar irae it about ao minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. .936 am 207pm 31WB ujpm ji pm 7 pm a. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 2.5c a. m. ; No. j., New OrleaDs Express, n 37 a. m ; No. 7., Local, 13. u p. m,; No. q., Illuc Gran Vestibule, 8.10 p. Traim pass Junction City as follows: South. bound.- - No. , Veitlbule Limited, 1 11.50 North bound. -- No. 2, v'ettibule Limited. 6.S p. m. ; No, 4., Fast Mail, a.53 p. m J No. 6., Chicago Limited, 1.17 a. m., No. 8., Local, a. 55 a. 111.; No. 10, Blue Grass Special, 6 a ra. M royal:bakingipowder ftBSS& Office over McRoberts for I couuted 'em! They used up three long fence rails pounding his head, but ho didn't let go until ono of tho boys got J7Afoafefy a pitchfork and tickled him." -"Then yau yon" stammered the ofcream of tarter baking pow- ficer. A "Then 1 mado a blamed fool of der. Higest of all in leavening self, and that's all thero is to it," said mytho strength. Latest United States young man. "There's no great moral lesson to stand out liko a bump on a log, Government Food Report. and I havo no advico to offer other smart CO., Alecks. I simply tackled a b'ar. Tho 108 Wall St., New York. b'ar was alive. I lived through it, and inebbo I know inore'n I did, and mebbe I A. S. don't. Good day!" Detroit Free Press. Vife kins' L. "No. I didn't have to hunt fur that b'ar. He como along tho road to whero I sot on tho fence." "And in his rago ho tackled you?" "No. In my blamed foolishness I tackled him. He was ono of these b'ars, you know, and three of us smart Alecks sot on the fence. Wo was feeliu mighty smart about tho timo tho mnn come up with his b'ar, and wo thought it would bo an awfully cuto thing for one of us to roll that animalin tho dust and learn him a new trick. Bein ns I was tho smartest of tho smart Alecks I jumped down and picked him up." "You mean you lifted him upf "No, sir. I picked him tip for a spriug lamb. Tho feller who owned him hollered to me to keep off, but I Bailed right in nntl got Hold. I was calculatm to astonish that b'ar, but ho didn't teem to bo a bit surprised. Ho stood up and fas tened his teeth into that shoulder, and how many times do you think ho shook mo around and pounded mo up and down in the dust?" "Ten times":" timidly queried the offier-form- in A (I rent Trio. During tho financial panic that occurred in General Jackson's administration, in connection with his removal of tho public deposits from tho United States bank, tho suggestion was mado in Boston that a delegation of three persons bo sent to Washington to see tho president nntl persuado him, if possible, to reconsider his action. An old Quaker merchant, who was ono of 1ho insolvents, viewed this idea with great favor and nominated for tho purpose a certain merchant remarkable for his flow of language, another who wept with ease on all occasions and himself for tho third delegate. "Henry can do all tho talking," ho said, explaining his plan to a. friend, "William can do all tho crying, and I will go as a monument of tho times." Youth's Companion. II Deserved It. "Parker seems to have got rich all of a WALLACE E. YARNON, ty to the ollicuof County Judge; subject to the action of democratic parIs a candidate for Tor Sale or Hont. A Th.9 Florence JLt XXotal, Prop. LICO, TENNUSSKE, Fino Bluo-Cras- s JAMES W. GIVENS ject to Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, sub. t lie intlon ot the Democracy. Within one mlleof Stanford, containing 100 acres; Improvements 60 acres corn land Klrctrlc lights and water in house and barn The best hotel the city the only one with Apply to KT ROCHESTER, Ky. a sample room forindrummers andKspecu attention Stanford, 55-- 1 m to the travtllng public Kates $j. firit-clais Farm Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, O. P. HUFFMAN Ita candidate for For Budden." "Yes. Ho caused it to bo reported that G. W. ho was dead, and all tlit papers printed obituary notices of him. Ho got all theso It a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of together and instituted suits for libel the Democracy, against the publishers. They compro mised, ami ranters living on velvet iu M. consequence." Harper's Bazar. a Candidate for Atsetsor, subject to the action It The undersigned have for 1.1I0 o -- outndown the Democratic parly Me would appreciate your Kwes and jo Hue It Imported and bred by Gran-vill- e The voto Tiueftaic now past due and will be Cecil, ol llojlc. No finei or better bled Micrp iu me snrriii-fuinct at ltaniirf Hitu in the Mate. aim ny special appointments at prescribed br the 11KNKDICV& COOPER . new revenue Uw 4) Deputy Sheriff ). V New-lanIYI. Manford, Ky. will bein Crab Orchard every Saturday I or my deputy will be In my office at all times and It a Candidate for Attestor of Lincoln eountv at Husttinville,Va)netburg and other points as ofsubject to the actlor. of the Democratic party. ten as advertised by Mictiif. official notices Hit new form of Sheriff's has rendered Itlmpotslble lor us to canvass for taxes this year, will tell Millinery at wo have heretofore dcre; to all tatet will be collected strictly in conformance to the nw rete-nu- c Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subAT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES paid law. Ecry whose lax unject to the action of the Democratic party. nfler November ut will find hit remains prupeilyor lands advertised without further notice. The For the rest of the seaton Call and sate money. A tple idld line al Ladies' Underwear and Hos- financial emit which new esltts makes it necewary that I collrct every dollar ol iery kept constantly on hand. he jBoi tases. at I can not espect that help Irom It a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of MISSLICCIK I1KAZLKV, the Hanks which hat heretofore earned me to be the democratic party. Stanford, Ky lenient with the tax payers. Please profit by iMs and icttle at once. Respectfully, J N MK.NEFKK.tf. L C. Jailer, subject to the action ol Sal. I TO All i)j Tax-Payer- s. JOHN JOHNSON """u m d J. A. GIVENS TO THE LADIES. 1 book-keepi- DINK FARMER DEHOR!) JOHN II. DcNARDI, first-clas- Carriage Painter and Trimmer, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re s style l'litin and ornamental paired In signs. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman-shi- p and price Shop on main street, ovcr.Wm, lUughOTty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky THE P. 0. -- MILLINERY. F. ELKIN, Call at the pot I office room and tee the icer. Little I thought I knew, and 1 raised my hat to her, so's to bo polite. Mother Did she seem surprised? Little Dick No'm. I didn't let her find out I wus bowiu to her. I Baid, "Ouch!" and scratched my head hko everything. Good News. "Why does she marry him on two months' acquaintance?" "If sho knew him longer, sho would not marry him at all:" Philadelphia Record. Harry believe. Howard laino girl. Great Friends. They aro great friends now, I Tho l'ollte Hoy. Dick I met a lady of the democracy. JNO. BRIGHT Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the Democratic party. TO COAL BURNERS Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: Ten-ness- Largest and Boat Soloctcd Stock Of Millinery In town bound to pirate you, 10 "Just 7,000 times, and I'll Bwear to it. thwsfpfM Method Iu Her Murine.. o Having made arrangementi with the Eatt JelhcoCoal Co., I am now prepared to sell you Jelllco Cos! at the lowest possible margin. I find that by paling cath and telling for cash I can tell much cheaper, so come and see me Is a candidate for to the office of As- and tec how little money will buy your Winter sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to tction of the supply ol this Coal, tho best on the market democratic party. Thankinx you for past favort and soliciting a continuance of same, I am respectfully yuurs, S D. ADAMS, Rowland. The goods and pricct are MRS. I' T COURTS. E. D.KENNEDY, JT. T. FilRRA, , NICHOLASMLLK, Jessamine County, Ky KEAL ESTATE W.LDAWSON, 40-j- m Pure the democracy. Is a candidate for jailer, subjretto the action ol D. S. CARPENTER, At the well known old stand ol I IKWE Kichange AGENT, Room ;, Farmers Rank JOHN BAILEY, candidate for jailer, subject to the action tne oiu jcllersonian utmoctuy. Is a of" J. II. Green, in Truth. Yes. They wero jilted by the JOHN B. MERSHON Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy, Blue-Gras- s Would be glad to see hit numerous friends and thow ihein hit ttock of goods consisting of Furniture. Saddlery, Hardware, ilugglcaatid Farming Always for sale. ANi Timber Lands In the mounImplements. Give him a call. tains for isle. Correspondence .dialed, ) Ji-j- m Hustonviilo, - - Kontucky, Stock, co Farms in tho Grain, Market and Tobac- PRICE, inthe SUROKON DENTIST. Drug Storo n Teaching; IIIui u Lesson. Two ladies boarded a train at a way HAMPTON, Stanfard. station and by some mistake were ushChorus Class and Sight" Froo. Reading ered into tho Pullman car. That they Is a candidate for jailer, subject 10 the action ot the democracy. were ladies was plain from their manner Session commence Sert 6, but pupils can enter anr time. and their modest, refined faces, but their SAM M. OWENS, old fashioned dress indicated that they STASrORD wero poor. It a candidate for Sheriff of Llucoln county, LOGAN AVENUE, My lord in brass buttons 6allied up to to the action uf the democratic rimary. stable, them with an officious air, and finding ?eed out their mistake began to show his inD. pood I lower than anyone else in solence. He did not . At John Manefec's u w brick on Depot ttieet, b . notico n gentleman (own 'SSI stock: 01 riuiu every tnuiy. Is a candidate for Shenil of Lincoln county, subwho had entered tho car at tho same ject to the actios of the democratic primary. W. RAMSEY, 6tation and now stood near tho door quietly observing tho scene. Whowill atalt times be glarl to accommodate all ". Tho porter had not gone far with his with good rigs st reasonable rates. My'Kus'will Is a Candidate far Jailer of Lincoln county and meet all K. C. trains. J rudeness before tho gentleman advanced I wiTl open on January t6th, 1893, a atks his friends not to commit themselves to any Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot upon him. else, as he It forced 10 tlay at home and work one Jersey milk to the people of stanlord and RowSPLENDID FARM "Bo seated, ladies," ho said, "until we Hit candidacy it subject to the action ol the Demland atthelollowing prices, delivered: ocratic party. so cents reach the next station, when you can .THANK bKAMOHT, gallon Fresh Milk, per easily enter tho other car." No. 5 Noel Block. 10 cents Skimmed Milk, pir gallon 8 cents Then he beckoned to the conductor Iwill sell privately THE OLD Butter Milk, per gallon For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage 0! the and said: My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, PEYTON. , public is solicited. a " A. Stanford, Ky "Stop tho train." The Q it O. and L. S. announce a ono i yr. "Here, captain?" asked tho conductor. fare rate to Versailles S on account of Situated i', miles South of Stanford. This farm SAM II WARNACK, Pror Itina high state of cultivation and hat plenty of "Yes, here." Orphan Brigade, of All in grass - - KENTUCKY. the best ol water improvements but 40 acres. Has Notica.tothe Traveling Public. There was n pull nt the bellrope. tho the special train the the very best of from Lexington at 0 London, with I hare had W W. HAYS, Manlord, Ky 47 tl train stopped, and the next moment tho s porter was on tho track, and tho gentle- a. m. on the 27th. The same roads will Refitted and refurnished and in evcrr wa sell tickets to Cincinnati at pared to attend the wants of the pubii c man was saying to him: cry reasonable. J 'm At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and "Now walk the 15 miles to Dallas fares for tho round trip, on account of have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa Young Men's Institute Meeting of : : loons in the State, open day and night; anight and study politeness ns you trudge the man meets all trains. In connection with House aiong. iou are no longer m our em- Grand Council. See flgents or address alto one of tho best Mineral wells in the MaU have W. K. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati. and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs - ploy." G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd InExpostulations wore useless, and the I desire to sell my entire Millinery stock aud Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanlord, Dr. A Good Thlnp; to Koop nt Hand. H00J will aau an nninedi te applicant can Eram, Proctor, C II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs, T. W. train moved off, leaving tho to Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Johnton, follow on foot. The man who had given From the Trov. Kas . Chief Some ears ago sp much subject TSitvr Haven, lim Cox, Greensburg. Rates $1 per him tho lesson was a high official of the we wero veryand nowwhen to severeany clltofc symptoms we feel ,etreY' era morbus, ' ,A$yJ' load. St. Loui that usually preceed that ailment, such as sickliest Owsley Building. C. D. POWELL, Stanford, ZD-A.IZR.-E- Kentucky, First-Cla- ss Nashville, Tenn., March 0, ISM. The Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., Gentlemen: It gives me exceeding pleasure to speak of vour Antiseptic, as I consider it something wonderful in the way of medicine. My old servant, Albert, who is 72 years old, was very eick with pneumonia complicated with heart troublemnd dropsy. I called in my family physician and pave him every attention, but the doctor finally tolJ me there was no hopo and tho only thing that coulube done was to make him comfortable until the end. At this point I decided to give him Stockton's Antiseptic, as it seeemed to be performing almost miraclrs for others. It was given in regular doses every three hours and the fever began to decrease from the first dose and a decided improvement was noticed the first da'. In three days he was sitting up and in a week he was beck at his work as usual and is his strength ery fast. I conscientiously believe it saved the old man's life. Respectfully vours, MRS. J. F.DUNN, KENTUCKY. W. W. HAYS, the deuiociacy. Is a candidate tor jailer, subject to the TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, action CI J. H. 13AUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM STANFORD, INSURANCE AGENT' .. Representing..... m i PETER Class. tub-je- ct Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Eur.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. All of which are Companies. I woulf be pleased to wait o r.my f ricadt in this line. Pol. icics promptly issued. Will Insure againtt torn, does, wind itormt and lightning. Lightning without additional char. Ofbce at Firtt National liaok, Stanford. first-clats ctaut-esattach- T. NEWEAND, im:, J. m m Pro'r., T. J. HATCHER THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., For Sale Cheap Privately. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now in my charge and I intend to conduct It so as to not only maintain Its high reputation, but to add tolls loog Hit ol friends. Special accommodations for cemrarrclal travelers and fine rooms for the dlsploy of samples. AIFirst-Clas- s , ct-- JACZS01T SOUSE, ypre-Kate- 27-2- n Tb.3 Sneltoxi House, Saloon Jellico Coal Co., 25-2- 7 1 MILLINERY Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached jMI JOSEPH COFFhV Store For Sale. Fall3 Branch Mtnersand shippers of thcGKNUINK er Original Jellico Coal. ruadciosiing. 0 ''t -- sMKxjHBHRT R. H. BRONAUCH, Globe-Democra- t. Secure a Bargain. 1 be stock embraces everything and I I Try it. We are the sole agents Isr Stanford nd Rowland. Oilue corner ol Dept street and rail WIGGINS A WATTS 'THE 'London, RILEY I".J3. HOUSE Kentucky. - Wu. "Giovanni," said the iolico inspector sternly, "does that infernal hand organ of yours play 'After the Ball?'" Tim niilcU.st I have moved to my new Hotel iand am better child of sunny Italy. Among the incidents of childhood that stand jarcpared than ever to accommodate the public.out in bold relict, as our memory reverts to the "Then bring it along hero quick!" (Gold Livery attached and every convenience damore when we were young, isired. Live me a can. Within three minutes Giovanni was days than severe stckncia. none arcyoung promimother .The nent FRANK RILEY. 77 grinding out that tune with all his might tlvidly remembers that it was Chamberlain's "iees, sare," answered tho terrified at the stomach, diarrhoea, etc . we becomn scary We have found Chamberlain's Coin, Choltra and Diarrhoea Remedy the sery thintr to straighten one out in such caia, and always keep it about We are not writing thlt fur a piy ettimonial, but to let our readers know what is a good thing to have handv in the house. For sale by W II Druggist, Stanford. ...TO One. Stand Duroc Red Jersey Swine Tlic sold entire, Is a Goodportions ol The People of Stanford woul If not fipoe of Crab Orchard, Jersey Swine - - Kentucky. me a call the lock at reasonable figures MRS. ANNIF.WRAY IIRI CK. (ie AND LINCOLN COUNTY J". HCl HIXiTOnST ROWLAND. KY. HARDWARE, ut-oi- in front of a saloon three blocks away, and the riotous mob that had begun to loot the establishment was fleeing in all directions. Chicago Tribune. A Itellneil 1'nrrot. Cough Remedy cured her ut croup, and in turn administers it to her own offsprine and always with the beit results. For sale b) W 1! Mcltob-ertIrui;glsts, Stanford, Kv. s, Ilreeder and shipper of thoroughbred Duroc lied A fine lot ol pigs lor sale, pans This u.tice fsicwarns noaun 11 desired, subject to r gitler Cor re s-- others net te trespass on hunters, fisheriuec and our lands without per pondenei solicited. 55- - im mission, at all suh will be prosecuted to ihe full est eitentof the law. Signed POSTED. M. Thankini; vou lor v ir liberal In, t last sea. on, I tup. tfully request rilrni Its continuance durlnic the cowing satou. Indeed I espect all lo use Ihe MANUFACTURED ICE, DIALER IN CROCERIES, Has moved into his new itore nt the junction ot pikes Orchard the Stanlord & t'rabnow better and '(ever prepared than .at Rowland nnd Is to pleaie the trade in both "Eighty dollars! That's a thundering I have bought above iucntioued"Hotet at 50c price for a parrot," raid a gentleman to a gist, bottles for sale by W. II McKoberts, Drugand have attached a btanlord. Broadway bird dealer. Now Try ThlH First-Cla- ss STOCK. OF" GOOr&, IPBlCKS, "Yes, but you must remember he is a Bar and Pool Room. will surely do you It greatly to hU stock Bociety parrot and has got aristocratic good will cost ou anothing and or any trouble with added Etc. He has ret ently pay and no lots by bad debts Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and you base cough, cold if and haintr no rent tu manners. Ho was raised in a wealthy throat, chest or lungs Dr King's New Discos-er- am Dettcr than ever he can sell you goods cheaper th.in any body, t all tociety family. As boon as anybody befor Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guarST'lt and get bis prices befrre buying K've rebel or money will be paid back. gins to sing ho begins to talk and whis- anteed to from La Grippe found it just the thing Prepared to Accommodate the Sufferers Public. and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovtle." Texas Siftings. ery. Try n sample bcttle at our expense and is Trithing y For a lame back or pain in the side or chest try saturating a piece of flannel with Chainbcriain's Pain lialui and binding It onto the afTetled pans This treatment will cure any ordinary case in one or two days. I'ain Halm alio cures n eumallsm Commercial McKINNEV, KY. Hotel, y T D NhWI.AND W. H. HAYS. G C R I. LACKOWIT. J L HIJCK. T C HALL WHITE. MRS M A. MARTIN. I'Kl'KK IIAI.MJ.R FRKDIIAUMANN I.ON. For thev reasons I irst. It is made by a home Institution Second, the lie is absolutely and chemically pure, being mado frr.m spring walir. which is lirsi distilled and then carefully filnrcd before being froaen Third, Artificial Ice will !at much longer than pond Ice Fourth, an rpldcim of cholera is looked lor during Ihe sear and nothing is so apt in produce or spread this disease as Impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will be! The Feces Valley. R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., Stanlord, Ky. Delivered Regularly and t your Doors Every morning at Punctu-al- l tie following Prices. COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery 1 : Business Of J. W. Ramsev, lam Increasing st as possible and will soon have it beach? Ho (having been held up by tho landthestockas lord; Probablv because they are broke. it learn for yourself just how Rood a al bottles free at'A R Penny's dru store. At Any 'Watering: I'luce. jo cents and 1. She (romantically) I wonder why the waves sob so wheu they break upon the Spoclmon Cases. S. II Clifford, New Cassel, Largx-siz- I altentionjto Commercial Men. ! W. GREEN. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall For 100 pounds or over .... oc per hundred urc in cropt under irrigation if properly attended For . . 30 pounds to 100 .4JC p,r hundred lo. Alt frulta grown m California can be grown In New Mexico, except orauget and lemons. For 10 tu 50 pounds.. Joe per hundred Laud from $ jj to $jo per acre 011 10 ears' tune, at No lest than 10 po'undsidclivered, 6 per cent. Call on or adJrcts, 10 E. IIHKMKK Complete in Every Particular. Call at my stole on Lancaster street nnd make it to jour interest to trade with me I will Truth. Wanted Advice. j John W.C. HUTCHINCS. II. Castleman. Justice Well, prisoner, what have you got to say lor yourself? Prisoner I don't know, your honor. What would you say? Harper's Bazar. Prophetic. A. O. Lanham with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach was disordered, his liver wasalfected to an alarming decree, appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in tlcsh aud strength. Three bottles 01 Klcctric Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburt;. llliu running sore on his leg of eiht years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Hitters and seven boxes of Hucklen's Arnica Salve and his Ick is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five large fever sores on his let; doctors said he was incurable One bottle of Electric ri c Hitters and one box nuckien't Arnica naive cured him entirely. Sold by A. R. Petiny, druggist. Wis , was troubled A HOUSE AW BUCKSOAaD s SIM ITo-- Millinery. BANK STAlTrORD, jysS im -- $25 REWARD. On the night ot Augutt 31, 1893, a Horse, lluck-boa- rd and Harness wercstmen Irom my stable in Stanford, Ky. The Horse is a Chesnut Sorrel. about ten years old, white in face, about 1$ bauds high, white feet, had wind puff on right hind leg; rather thin In order '1 he Huckboard has side iar snru My mother, Mrs. Knte Dudderar, has lust re turned Irom the cities with an elegant line of mil. Iinery, embracing THE JEWELER. : ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Or the season, of which she will have lull control, She also engaged a Firt-Olaa- s Dress-Make- r. ROYAL Insurance j' I. Stock Most Complete cif erty The Dutch collar hardest nearly new. 1 will give Jjj reward lor recovery of the prop M K. J' Stanford, Ky. KLKIN. Call and examine my stock of Millinery befo buying and leave your order for your dretse InaiiWingyou for past favors we solicit same. MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YKAGER. , Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE & CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, When When When When Baby a lck, we Rave her CastorK bh wiu a Child, she cried for Castorla. she became Miss, sh.8 duos' to Castorl. she had Children, nhe gevethem CastorU. EfeGJTW :. . ik. CT 'VjL3Sw n3 MAGNETIC OIL! Cures HIIU'llATISM. NEURALGIA, Lume Heck, Hpralnn,Hrules, HwelHn-, JOHNSON'S Internal and External. Hllft InttintKlllirolPaln. Jnluu, THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, LIVE!.?, FEED AND dJhml J" JrU ?J Commerce Building, Louisville Agonti throng lout the South. "Has she given you any encourage- - W. A. TEIBBLE, Local A?ont, 1 Fr- - tSTANFORD, KY. inent?" "Oh, yes! She siys she will get all of her father's money when he dies." Life. who The way she looks troubles the woman hollowis Shea delicate, rundown or overworked d, thin, and pale, and it worriet cheekea, be well her. Now the way to look you re is to such well. any And the way to be well, it Favorite use Dr Pierce it lo faithfully is the onlv medic ne that That Prescription. guaranteed to build up woman's strength and lo In evory "female comcure woman's ailments. weakness, and in every plaint," irregularity or It female exhausted condition of tho you havesystem-- il your money ever fallt to benefit or cure, back. dull-eye- . 23r7y ipzjZiMtfQJV ' n, vssjr njlor- lii'tanti. nus.i'rnuii.inpiiittriH, MoreTuroat. HEADACHE, 11a It by umlc. THE HORSE BRAND, thermvut Powerful and I'cnetriitliitrl.liiliuentfor Mat. or Ueast lu existence. Large II lto ?3c., Mc. size (Do. riiAMl'M CO) IU1111J SALE H.Y. S TABLE, H&ZSSAlJ STANFORD, Weare tSlLVERVWtf Rock liottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. Medicated and Toilet. The Great Skin Cura nml Faoa Beautlfla.. Lndlea still nnd It iiui.t dalleat and highly perfumed 'toilet Knap on n 1 In our new stable in the Opera illock'ar.d are well supplied with Houw, the market. It la absolutely pure. SIuke tbo akin aof t and velvoty end the l"t com- a luxury mr tnu satn for inrnnts. lexiont aiayn ucujuk, timon-- iiiuri'Jiip Hnu proujoibe the growtii 01 uair. m. t or &lu by '.NEW RIGS ANDZHORSES Have been purchaied and notLinrJ'jut urnoutt will leave thj stable. first-class A. If. PENNY, Stanford. Give them a Call. - a PJ A ft 1.1 ,.! f f... i -- it '1 ' atffrr'ir : i ,. ', -, ''j .! JH&kL. -- iki .W.'yy,., gr.ttifWirTCSSk