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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893092201 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-Weeklvol. XXI. WILUAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Sun- y Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 4893. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. ROWLAND. I NO. 59 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. i f u (.ionium citizen of Mr. Our three now stores are in full blast There whs n conHideraWe frost Silas Richardson obtained license IleriiHtndt, committed Hinciilo Monday. and dojng a good business. day morning. yesterday to marry Miss Delia Walls. A party went to tho Fulls Sandfly to Jealousy wrh tliu cause, T.J. Hammond, of Garrard, passed Both live at Highland. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. Mrs. IJ. 1. White mid non, J amen, of through this place on his return from bo absent a week. 'JO, and John Gritlin, a widower of 5U1 1893. Hov. Cornelius fille the pulpit at Manchester, were here Tiifmliiy. lions, Middlesboro where ho had been to sell Mrs. Arlie Morgan, a widow of 27, were H. 0. Everaole, W. II. IUmsey and It. L. his crop of hay. His reports of the Mag married at Oak Chapel School-hous- e tho Baptist church Sunday. in Futl corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, riuperlor courses in Literature, Muiic an Mr. J. 8. Morris, of Heattyvllle, whb Kwell are attending court at Booneville. ic City are favorable. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. the Wayuesburg sectioryesterday. An. Excellent boardln; department Our lull club will go to thu Harbour- The people in and around Rowland hero attending court last week. Mies Helen Murphy, of San Mr. Walker Mason will leave this villo fnlr Tuesday prepared to meet all will be sorry to learn that Dr. J. A. Am-o- n was married to Don Vincunte T. will move to Buckeye, Garrard Co., Dominguez, Argentine Minister to Engweek to visit his old homo in Madison comers in the contest for a prize of $100 Tt'red by tho fair, and here's dollars to about Oct. 1st, to practice his profession. land. The wedding took place in Loncounty. ' to doughnut that they take the prize While we hate to lose such an ablo phy- don. Tho young people of the Christian sician we hope that he will be successWilliam Hobson, of Campbellsvllle, church will organize a Young Peoples, in. FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. Charles K. Brock and wifo and II. ful in his new field. Knileavor Society next Sunday and Miss Mary, the pretty daughter of Christian A SCH Ot. AND HOME KOll GIRLS. P. Brown, Jr., left for the World's Fair Mrs. W. II. Duddcrar has recovered W. P. Stephenson, were married I Wed afternoon. Sunday. S. A. Lovelace left for theBame from an attack of malarial fever. Miss ncsday at tho bride's father's near Crab Good Faculty; superior advania;s; a besu i ut ai.d healthful location. Special course ami special Monday was county court day. There inducements offered to thoe who delre to malce teachers Our aim is to make our pupils thorough was a small crowd in town. Tho candi- place Wednesday night. Judge Vincent Sallie Dudderar has returned from Lou- Orchard. 'the College has be in retent'y r:fited, ml a Cotl'K Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, in tbo county Boreing returned Thursday from Wash- isville. Olllo Hiatt is clerking in the Mr. John E. Turner, one of the clev Ktc, have been added. dates for the various olllcea M. Q. THOMSON, Principal. 33 Mrs. Brack. Graves, of Llv- - erest young men on the L. fc N., and e in the after- ington and other points Kast. spoke at tbo As Messrs. K. K. Wilson and A. L. ingston, is visiting Mrs. George Pope. pretty Miss Lena Wells, .of Junction Cinoon. The churches of Williamsburg have Keid were returning from Knat Bern-sta- Mr. L. B. ParsoiiB, of Lebanon Junction, ty, were married on the 16th. They left Wednesday evening their horse is at home for a few days. Miss Evie An- at once for the World's Fair, and after organized a brench Bociety of tho Ameripurchased about got frightened, upsetting the buggy and derson, of St. Marys, is visiting Miss Le- Oct. 1st will be at home in Livingston. can Bible Society and iUV May happiness and good fortune ever atworth of bibles which are on sale bruising Mr. Wilson considerably, in na Carter. RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. fact he nwears that every ribiu his right t .mibs .naggio nteeie, London, is tend them. M. Huguely's. at K. Three Colleges ; Three Training Schools Fifteen departments of studv. Healthful location It side is broken. visiting Mrs. James Carter. Capt. Ed If tho reports we hear can be relied tne beartoi the utue lirass kskiou Gvmnasium and Athletic croumla. Moderate eiwniM Tho Williamsburg Academy opened to Tito. Attendance session TO thirty States and "Courting" Theo. Moren is erecting Hughes', of Paris, has been conducting on one of our young merchants is going lbU catalogue apply to L.last Jtl.AXTON,from J)., Chancellor, countries. Hor full inforraatiot tti with about 80 students Monday. It is D. Richmond, Kentucky. It. and thoso a dwelling house on his lot opposite Ma- tho K. C. train in the absence of Capt. to take unto himself a wife.UThe young well equipped with teachers, school in sonic Hall. Dame Humor has it that Kirby, who is atteuding court at Rich- lady who is to play quite an important desiring to attend a homo-likwould do well to como when It is completed he will not occupy mond. Master Wm.Shclton has gone to role in the ceremony does not live here, a quiet town it it alone. Here's luck to you, Theo. Louisville to attend school. Ed Dudde- nor even very close to this place, but here. J. she quite frequently visits here aud is Mrs. Dr. Moss was on the sick list but then one can't help sympathizing rar baa been home to see his father. DANVILLE, KY. M. Murphy has returned from Lexing- very well known to the majority of our last week. Mr. Willard Ames who has with the young lady. Marriagu license has been issued to ton where he has been to Bee his sick society people. It is said that the hap- The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. been lck with the fever will be out Arthur Pearce has returned py event will occur the latter part of With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While the course ol instruction is eipe Mrs. J. T. Freeman and the following patties during the past brother. again soon. ctally adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at the same time to furRobert Price to Miss Armelda from the World's Fair, delighted with next month. daughter, Miss Nellie, have returned week nish a liberal English education to any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, Logan, Kdward 0. Young to Miss Klizn his trip. Mr. Churchill II. Yeager, an excel from a visit to relatives at Cumberland Quite a sensation was created Tues lent young gentleman of Boyle, and Miss Craft, George String to M las Lucy Evans, A Gap. Saturday John II. Tato to Miss Lebecca Branson, day afternoon when the report came that Sue T. Bright, the pretty and lovable Has been established in the Home and under the personal control ef the Principal. Regular study Circuit court adjourned heurs under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government of A Thomas Couroy to MIhs Cheressa Haake, Mr. Isaac Hamilton and Mrs. Susin Har daughter of 'Squire George P. Bright evening after a four week's a Christian home are combined with the best educational advantages. For further particulars in regard 'o board, tuition, etc., address manv ram were tried and all of W. b. Harnett to Mias Klizi J. McFad-de- ris had driven to Lancaster and married. drove into town yesterday and were mar in ttenaii ot the entire community we ried at Rev. W. A. Slaymaker's by that JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville. Ky. the long criminal cases aro now oh" of London Seminary is on a boom this tender onr congratulations to him and gentleman. The groom is 21 the docket, and may be when the Januand the ary term begins there will be time year. Nearly i00 pupila have been en- our best wishes to her. About 0 o'clock bride is 18 but they have been lovers a rolled and new ones are coming daily. that night after tho happy couple return- longtime and have not enough to clean up the civil business. entered tho holy Dr. P. A. Pennington and Mr. Wm. The faculty is a splendid one ane if our ed .'50 men convened in front of Mr. relation in haste to repent at leisure, and Parkins have returned form the World's citizens will do oven half their duty, ere Hamilton's residence and dispensed here's hoping they will never have cauBe Fair. Mr. J. M. Kllison attended the long we can boast of the best school in some excellent music, whereupon the to regret their action of yesterday. genial gentleman appeared and gave an Henry Wolford Drye, familiary World's Fair last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eastern Kentucky. Messrs. Sam Morrow and Kvan elegant treat, the ellects of which could knowd as "Brother", of Hustonville, also there. James A. J. U. White were of Somerset, are visiting Geo. Hlley be seen the next morning, in misplaced and Miss Nannie Tucker, of Springfield, Butler, who is teaching school at Corbln, and were married at Louisville Hotel, in upent Sunday here. MrB. Householder, and James Williams, Jr. "Cheap" Jno. signs, barrels, barrels, plank-walLouisville, Wednesday. Tho bride is of Middlesboro, who has been visiting Pearl and Mark Hardin are taking in the like. , Died, at her residence near Rowland Baid to be n lovely young lady and very her daughter, Mrs. Will Jones, returned the World's Fair this week. J. H.Baugh-manof Stanford, stopped oil here Wed on Tuesday last, of inflammatory rheu- accomplished, while the groom is homo last week. Miss Carrie Myers is the relatives in Mt. Vernon for a nesday. He had been to Barbourville matism, of which she had suffered for a cleverest kind of a young man and the vi.itino looking after his interest in the "fair" at number of years, Aunt Betsy Spoona- - possessor of fine business attainmentr. Full stock Emerson's Men's Shoes, few days. that place. Hon. W. B. Catching has more, in her 7(5th year. Funeral services Mr. Juno Hocker, of Hustonville, accomStribley's, Ladies' Shoes and Stevens' LANCASTER, BARRARD COUNTY. returned from the East. Messrs. D. B. were held at the residence by Eld. J. G. panied the groom to Louisville nud actChildren's Shoes, now open. Logan and Ayers, of Pineville, and Livingston and a long procession of ed as beat man during the ceremony. Garrard College hue more than 100 Judge SEVERANCE & SON. George Saulshury, of Middlesboro, friends followed the remains to Buffalo At the bride's homo near McKinuey Mtudenta and a great many more aro exwere here on legal business Mon- Cemetery for interment Wednesday. Wednesday, Miss Belle Lewis, the acpected. day. Judge Charles Short, of Pineville, She was the wife of Samuel Spoonamore, complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Itev. 0. II. Greer has been engaged was with us Wednesday. Messrs. Jas. with whom she had traveled over both William Lewis, and Mr. S. A. Marriott, anto preach at the Methodist church II. Garrard, and J. A. Clark, of the rugged and smooth paths of life for of Hardin county, were united in wedother year. passed through London Thurs- 60 years. They had three Bons, only lock's holy bends, Rev. Mr. Bersott, of will be held at the Baptitt Services day on their return from Frankfort. one, Tinsley, surviving her. She was tho Christian church, officiating. The church Sunday night. Sermon by Uev. baptized by Eld. Livingston about two wedding was quite a quiet affair, only a C. It. Greer. DANVILLE. weeks before tier death. Her many very lew Intimate friends beinz invited 1 1 M. Braun, of Ixnilsville, Is here for a amiable traits of character were well to be present. They were the recipients (Advocate.) Richmond, few days. Mr. J. It. Marrs.of The merchants say that local trade known by her neighbors and. she was of many elegant presents, among them a was hero this week. queen of one of the most hospitable $100 bill from the bride's aunt who lives majority of our citizens are is getting better. A largo The county instructed Monday for homes in the country. An indulgent in Louisville. After the ceremony the for the water works. The fire Tuesday mother and affectionate wifo has passed happy couple drove to this place and shows how badly they are needed That Col. Welch for senator. Judge M. C. Sail tley hat decided that into eternity and many will miss her. took the train for tho groom's home, no proend of town tins comparatively Let us hope that the bright light of Di- where they will reside, and where we tection from fire, us to pull tho engino Mr. Charles C. Fox was legally elected hope tho richest blessiuga will attend out thereby hand is about out of the to the otiice of city attorney over Mr. vine Truth will hover about the once happy home and that the family will be them. W. 0. Goodloe. question and in fact no attempt was Mr. Isaac Hamilton, of Rowland Assessor George II. Hocker is a can- united in that blissful abode bejond the mode to take it. and Mrs. Susan Harris, of this plare, to that otiice. He confines of time. of Judge didate for Tho handsome residence In the more experienced circles, were quietly married at Lancaster Tuesban made a splendid assessor and will Walker came verv near being W. where a knowledge of human nature day afternoon in the parlors of the by lire Tuesday morning. It and should be a hard man to beat. G. T. Dunn aud Miss Mamie Dunn, prevails, a certain class of men is no Holmes House, Rev. A. V. Sizemore of caught from some unknown cause in a pretty daughter of W. II. Dunn, of ticeable because of the peculiar effect ficiating. It could not be called an elopo closet up stairs ami had gained consider- the their presence produces on the nerves ment for each of tho contracting parties able headway when discovered. The this place, were married at tho bride's and actions of all those with whom they closet and adjoining room wure badly residence at o'clock Tuesday, Elder J. come in contact. Such perpons are is far past the 21st mile post in life, but wisiiiug to make the marriage as quiet damaged and several holes were cut in U Allen performing tiie ceremony. Judge Joseph Jackson died at the known as "Hoodoos" and aro shunned an atlair as possible they drove to LanTho residence roof by the tlreiuen tho fc Far home of his James It. Marrs, by many people as was tho witch of Sa caster and were made one after God's wuh insured in one of Kiiinuird work at in this city on Monday afternoon at l.i'O lem. Perhaps the best developed indi holy ordinance. The marriage is a gen.FOR. rn'B companies ami they went to o'clock, from general debility incident to vidual of this class that has lived in mod- eral surprise and shows that Mr. Hamilonce to adjust the loss. old age. He had passed into his S7ih ern times is Lewis Withers, of Stanford. ton haB done his wooing in a very clanyear, having been born April '27th, KS07, Various incidents are related of tho won- destine manner. The groom is too well MT. XENIA. near Walnut Flat, in Lincoln county. derful power he exerts in thwarting the known for us to comment on for there is Mis. P. H. Idol's children are con Mrs. C. W. Watson died nt Mitchells- - best arranged plans of the best men. His hardly a school boy in this section who valescent. burg and Mrs. Wm. Cox near McDon- mere presence seems to turn order Into has not heard of "Uncle Ike," and furMiss Bettio Bronaugh, of Missouri, chaos. John Duncan, a reputable gen ther heard that he is a mighty clever ald's Chape). is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Georgetown College now contains tlemen of Garrard county, relates that mau and the possessor of a heap of hard- The Mt. Xenla school has closed on the larger part of Mr. John PulliatnV not long since he went to Stanford to earned cash. Tho brido is an excellent account of diphtheria in the neighbor family. Prof. Jack Pulliam and his spend the night with his sister, Mrs. R. laly nnd will make hor happy husband hood. three sisters, Misses Eugenia, Bessie and C. Warren. Wheu ho mounted hissure-foote- a kind and loving helpmeet. After the Words aro inadequate to express tho Minnie; the two former teaching, saddle maro to return, he was ac- ceremony, which was said in Mr. the deep sympathy which flows out from two latter attending college, while Mr costed by Withers, who only shouted, most impressive manner, the this vicinity for Mr. aud Mrs. John M. George Pulliam will soon take charge of "Hello, Duncan," when thu mare took a bride and groom drove homo and are White for tho loss of their two children a farm near Georgetown, leaving only running fall of 50 yards, badly disfigu- now pleasantly located at Rowland, last week of diphtheria. It is hard to the old folks and two children, Mies Lu- ring her front limbs. Although Dun- where weBincerely hope they will spend realize that within two days tho remorse- anda aud William, at homo, Prof. II. L. can's watch remained in his his pocket, many years of joy and happiness. The" Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adless reaper, death, has cut down two Pulliam being at his post at Richmond. it stopped running and the most skillful l.NTKiuoK Journal extends it heartiest dress. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. darlings who were the joy iind treasured Smith Baughtnan, of Lincoln, bought watchmaker has failed to tell why. He congratulations and best wishes. That these bright buds of lifo of homo. here Monday of Underwood Bros, live entered a printing office in Lancaster and Ben Ruberts, who was sentenced to promise have been taken to bloom mare mule colts at foQ. A. G. Whitley aud all the type in "form" was instantly around the throno of Him who has said, sold to J. C. Johnson 111 fat hogs at oc. "pied," and the compositors, although the pen from Casey county a few years presence, failed to fol ago for killing Baker, was transferred to "Sutler Httlo children to como unto me.'' Clover seed is quoted hero at Jl.So. It not aware of his Two short weeks ago tho houso echoed will probably go higher than this pretty low the copy and the proof aheeta read the Anchorage asylum upon the belief Now .in.tr nhlldlsh merriment. that ho was insane. A few days ago he soon. W. L. Caldwell, Jr., while at the in various languages like the different voices aro hushed in death; walked out and returned to his old home Finest Trains in the South." these sweet World's Fair, sold to an agent of the tongues at the building of the Tower of bright eyes that were wont to of but Judge Myers had him arrested and and those President of Salvador, Central America, Babel. It will pay to shun this kind Through C.us toChicago without chanRcfroni a ir tii ov uc uiauces aro cioseu take'u back to Frankfort. n New Orleans. Meridian. DirminEham, Chatn yearling jack for f75. Mr. Caldwell people. open on earth. Never will Owingsville was nearly devastated .iHver to tanooga. Jacksonville, Fla., Atlanta, Macon, ireceived $l,-0- o in premiums on the jack of porfect Asheville, N. C. Knoxvillc. Tenn.. Uxington Tiik Bia Rack. The richest pureo ev- by flames Tuesday. The loss is estimathe writer forget the picture a few nights stock which ho exhibited. and Georgetown, Ky Choice of routes via er trotted for or run for will be the Stal- ted at $103,000. Among the buildings als nuritv made by little Hallio Cincinnati or via Louisville. "' lowed on all World's Fair tickets, at ChattaIwfnrtt tUO Weaill AUKCi "And how is your table?" asked tho lion RepresentativoStake to be decided burned was the fine new Christian nooga, Louisville, Indianapolis or Cincinnati. at Lexington on Monday, Oct. 9. It will church. figure kneeling to say, prospectivo boarde. d tlo For further information as to Kates, Car pure for cash and the sporting t:n I lav me." seemeu ioo "Splendid," said the landlady. "Why be worth $15,000 Service, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call Merchant "Did you deliver my mea alio was not on or address any agent of the Queen & it's bo rich that people are dying of in- - papers predict that it will be tho great eago to Mr. Smith ?" Boy "No, sir, ho earth So God took her, and Crescent Route or E. T. V. & G. Ry. little playmate broth- - digoation in my houso nil tho time. est raco of 1S93. All the railroads will was out and the ollica locked." Merseparated from the O. G. ElttVARltt, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. ell tickets at very 1ow rates and a big er even in deatu. chant "Well, why didn't you wait for "Mister, gimme a dime; I'm a victim crowd is expected. the parents and sisters remember that him, aa I told you ?' Boy- - "There waa cbastenetb, and of the Indianny train robbery." "How "Lord loveth whom he "These are jewels of my own Betting,' (V sign on the door Baying "Return at were you the victim?" "I didn't get HnhmiaalvelytqGod'awilh bow any of the stolen money, see ?" Chica- quoth the speckled hen, as she gathered once," so I came right back." St. Louis Star Sayings. go Record. her chickens about her. Smallpox la epidemic in Brooklyn, Miller, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 1 Fran-ciec- o, : CMmSTJLAN COlLlLiKGlE, Huston villo, Z7. court-hous- poat-ollic- e. dt university CENTRAL r e Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department int n. Pet-tu- s. k Man-cluste- r, !- Your account is due the 1st day of each month. 1 M'KINNEY BROS. Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, son-in-la- Fancy GrocGnes.Breai Cakes, Pies d CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. Siza-more- 's A Good Meal for 25Cts. ..i. rQueen & Crescent Route Stop-over- white-robe- "" iy ...-- - ! THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. J'K d i Hon. Fontaine F. Bob (by Rev. A. V. S'zMuoro tho remain i wil' I laid to reat in Butl'alo Springs Co:re- bitt received too Into for publication says tlint he is out of tho raco for the tery. for reasons that would compel Stanford, Kv Skitemiiku 122, 1893 Senate decline if he wore jiven the nom CHURCH AFFAIRS. him to inntion. The next meeting of tho Southern Presbytery w ill be with the church at W. P. WALTON. NEWSY NOTES. Staniord. There will bo no preaching at tho The American Mission at Rome lint) Methodist church Sunday. Mr. Arnold Which now attracting so much attention in the White Citv or the Windy City, whichever choose to call been raised to an Embassy. Dock White was given 99 years at will not return before the middle of it, is in that respect somewhat like our establishment. With goods piling up in our house and prices Richmond for tho murder of another ne next week. marked so low, we arc in Stanford the EVBK."y :f:rx:d.a.-Eld. Joseph Ballon has just closed a gro. lOilays' meeting at Antioch, in Madison, Bob Fitzsimmons, the pugilist, in DEMOCRATIC TICKET. suing for divorce. He charges his wife whic hretuilted in :0 additions. There were nine additions tho last night. For Representative, with adultery. Rev. W. K. Arnold's continuance A tieud butchered Denson Wralton, HARVEY HELM. at his charges bye and at McKendree And we intend now to "astonish the natives" with prices that are absolutely too low to be referred to as his mother, wife and three children near gives general satisfaction. A more 'ex- "rock bottom." To f;ivc you au idea of the PMonnity of our stock we mention the fact that we have Washington, Ind. For Superintendent of Public Sci ools, cellent man or a better preacher than over 2,000 Shirts in cur House ami eNCt'iing el-- e i.t proportion. Stewart Million fatally shot his IV. McCLARY. Henry Sims, in Mercer, in a Mr. Arnold is hard to find. Rov. John Bell Gibson's meeting in quarrel over money. inter Riley Gulley was lynched in the jail Monticello is creating As predicted the president appointed est. Meeting ono week old and 15 William D. Hornblower, of New York, yard at Pineapple, Ala., for attempting There have not been such largo as associate justice of tho United States to ravish a white woman. Lewis Simmons was driven from crowds at church since Rov. George 0. to succeed the late Samuel Dlatchford. He is said to be a Que lawyer and au ex- Lebanon, 111., because he applied for li- Barnes preached there. The Kentucky Conference of the M, ception to the rule which declares that cense to marry a colored woman. Can't touch us in drawing a ctowd and our store is the busiest looking establishment in Stanford, "the E. Church, South, announces tho follow The bodies of President Polk and preacher's sons are the worst of all. His city between hills." We can sell goods at prices that will Danville District: H. ifo were removed from their resting ing appointments ather, Rev. Dr. Hornblower, was n in the Theological Seminary at place in Polk place, Nashville, to Capitol P. Walker, Presiding Elder; Danville, W. F. Taylor; Harrodsburg, C. J. Nugent; Alleghany., Pa. The appointee is an es- Hill. Tom Shay was fatally wounded by Nicholasville, J. E. Wright; and W. F. pecial favorite of tho president and that Johu Dilloway at Hutchis Nolan supernumary; Perry ville, W. T. settles it that he is a good man. He is 15 year-ol- d only 42, making him the youngest but on because he drove out with his sweet- Exlar; Mackville, B. F. Cosby; Chaplin, II. 0. Wright; Lawrenceburg, S. W. Peoone of any person ever appointed to the heart. ples and H. V. Moore; Salvisa, Lew G. supreme bench. His patronymic is peFive persons under penitentiary senculiar, but it is said it is not descriptive, tences of from one to live years cut thro' Wallace; Jessamine, I). A. Sawyer; For instance, good Shirts from 20c to $3; our line ol Underwear is complete and we can sell yon a A. P. Jones; ABbury College, as he is not giving to blow his own horn, the walls of the jail at Leitchfleld and suit anywhere from 50c to $7. Examine our line of Comforts and Hlankets: we have them to suit all J. W. Hughes; Stanford and McKendree, being a modest and retiring gentleman escaped. pocket books. In fact, our stock ol Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes surpasses all others in imand scholar Jos. W. Xichol, of Indiana, a neph W. E. Arnold; Richmond and Provimensity and the popular verdict is that it is perfectly beautiful. Come to see us at McDonald, has been dence, F. S. Pollitt; College Hill, W. J. They know how to handle mobs in ew of More-lanappointed and confirmed deputy second Doran; Somerset, E. H. Pearce; Virginia and uphold the majesty of the W. D. Wellburn; Lancaster and controller. : law. Al Roanoke, a negro, assaulted a : God-beAt San Bais, I. T., in a fight grow Junction City, C. II. Green. T. J. white woman and was lodged in jail. A is continued at LaGrange, J. W. out of a game of base ball, a eherifi' mob attempted to take him and lynch ing A. UKKANSKV, and his deputy were killed and another Crates goes to London and F. Kf Struve him, but the militia was promptly called to Manchester. man wounded. out nnd n battle ensued in which ten of W. A. Brown, editor of the Cvnthi-an- a FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. day, Judge Morrow presiding. BiiBinesa tin rioters were killed and many more Democrat, died of consumption on -- : moving along; several cases disposed of. is rather a heroic remewounded. This Thompson Bros, bought in Boyle a The Ijiswell case, for Tuesday. He was a relative of the ar -' t'a killing of Gran- ' dy, but desperate cases require such and lot butcher stuff at L'Je. ville AdaniH eotnu years aso, is before W. A. Slnyma mobs are getting entirely too promiscu- - non family, of this city. Texas and Mississippi have both Two hundred barrels of now corn the court to dav (Thursday) and will ker, A. G. Huffman, J. C. McCla Mnro rfinn n annrt nf nm.rnpn htivn nnsi likely occupy its attention the balance ol ry. J. W. I'erin. J. W. Wallace, been lvrnrh...! in the South in the last quarantined against Brunswick, Ga , and sold at Frankfort at S2.23. and no one will be allowed in either Albert Hussell bought in Pulaski tho week. ,.i, John Newland, J. N. Mencfce, Ji. Mate irom tne section. bunch of fat steers and heifers at "c. MtsarH. Bradley, Warren, Lester and (.. Waller, Win. Rice, W. C. AbBetween the train robbers and UjU Senator Gorman expresses confiJohn Adams sold to Herring, of Herndon are in town-th- li week. Mis bey, T. H. Meals, H. K. Wenrcn, collisions, the visitor to the World's Fair dence that the Silvpr Repeal Bill will pass Garrard, a bunch of butcher cattle at ttc. Carrio Myers, ol WilliaiiiHbnrg, is vitit-in- i W. G. Raney. A. J. Karp. finds himself in a pretty bad box, but he the Senate by the last of this week or I have a few more Southdown bucks Mies May Miller. Mr. and Mrs. will continue to go alt the same, hoping the first of next; surely by Oct. 1st, at for sale and will also sell a few ewes. J Champ Mullins, of Livingston, were in one guaranteed. Sjxcinl that his train will escape both. Anoth- the latest. K. Bruce. town Tuesday. Messrs. Frith, Vanhook er fearful wreck is reported near Mante-no- , inducement now offered. A, S. Voumans, of Carthage, Mo , a Strayed 011 STOLbN. A red 3 g ai' Albriirht, of Brodhoad, and Si MarIII., between the first and second "sooner," was lynched by a party of raLiber.il tin, of Maretsburg, attended court this steer; weight about "OOlbs sections of a Big Four train. The result cers in the Cherokee Strip. In a battle reward. S. L. Withers, Gilbeits Creek. week. W. H. WEAREN & CO. was heartrending. Nine were killed wnn me racers mree "sooners ' were F. G. Fav'B pacer, Electric, valued at While our trustees are doing some outright and L'O severely injured. Sev killed and their valuable claims taken $10,000, with a record of L':l I and a supgood work on souio ol the roads, wo eral Louisvillo persons, including J. G up by the men who had made the race posed ability to go in 2:0T.,died in Sacrawould suggest that the road on top of Sweet, are among the killed. honestly. mento. the hill near the Gentry Bros.' farm he liiltnBn n nil Tr.lnenrn. I I din lirtn Farris & Whitley sold to Simon rendered passable for once durinu the -"- When South Carolina replaced the!., e w.e couecung oincers oi KeiuucKy, urg- - Weihl, agent lor Goldsmith, ol winter treason. It is in the town limits ..ll.ntni.1 ,nfu,lr,i Knl,li..r IT 112 export cattle, averaging 1,.V5S and only for a short distance needs work 1 lnilthe,n j? uae B"",on"n,,ry diligence want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Senator Wade Hampton, with a populist ,H lnnt the Mute pounds, at lc Advocate. yet it becomes so muddy every winter as and offer them at prices never so named Irby, it was a step from the sublow. Call and examine the stock. Bpart'a t,,e Strayed or Stolen. A red Berkshire to prevent hauling entire'y. As it is " limn tn t Iio (iiliriilnim A dispatch from nia'.be ,e 0n,the1 1st f 0( sow, pigs weaned; weight about 17"i the shipmentH of lumber, staves and Ladies watches former price $50 now Sao 00; Washington savs this beautiful specimen p?810" pounds. A reward will be paid for her spokes that bring much of our ready 'SOO.OOO due the school fund, ladies' watches former price S35 now $2j. 00; of a latter dav Southern statesman was -- A number o the Cherokee boomers return. J G. Carpenter. cash into the county, and the moc--t of Ladies' watches former price $2$ now S17 50! before the po'licelcotirt in that city charg- -' Farris & Whitley bought of John thchH huvoto come in over this route, b.uned to death in a prairie fire. ed with being drunk and disorderly and nines says inn mo casu- - Hicginbotham, of Garrard, o good year- we think it is very r.ppitrent that n little Solid Silver Spoons, Hated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the carrying concealed weapons. The State' nm u.u.., rubii up- ling mules at 5 10 per head and Hi from extra attention and work should be giv' "K deserves the disgrace that has been : on Cherokee Strip largely outnumber J. T. Haeklev, of Lincoln, at f..7 "0 pfr en to this rood : brought upon her. tlifiKO In flm Ami.rirvin nrmv in tliuduHlo head. Georgetown Court. Crowd small Mi.s Lkk My Kits has a hen that flew This sa'e will be m.ule for CASH. JUing the money a!..njj with you. The death of Mnj. Wickhfl'o Chapmau , of ow Orleans, and equal those of some 1,300 A) (eet up into a locust tree ami lanl an Tuesday of the historical battles of the Mexican and business dull. Lot which occurred at Frankfort pound cattle brought S'.VM; lot egg in n bird's nest. Those who doubt after a short illness of pneu.nonia, re- war. S50 pounds, 20. Best mule colts this will be assured of its truthfuluega Otvingsvilh', Cynthiana, Adairvillu moves one of the mildest mannered LI. II KINO when we add that the owner of the hen an most lovable tutu wo ever knew, and several other Kentucky towns, in ?73; horsed $2o to $tio. MOK(.l' I'. IK! WITT. ' Robert Bonner says that Maud S. guve us the item. He wh a nephew ol Gov. Knott's wife eluding Louisville, have recently sutler 9 and during the governor's term was as el heavy losses from fired of mysterious Ciin not be got ready to do any thing in childhood that Amonz origin. Is tho lire bug abroad in the the way of record breaking this year. out in lo.ldthe iacnlnt ofmemory iMvrro totUti'l aistant adjutant geneinl. He was very rtlttit, i uur the year as daYSKheii we were youii(, mint) jr mrc Jromi MORELAND, KY., hippily maiiied to Misa Edith Gaither, land, or are these conflagrations result No, not this year or any other he you us mother uenithan cere Uknr Wf have opLiied up a nice line a beautiful and lovely girl, in early man ants of the friction produced by big in- far as that is concerned, and it will he a tividly lentrmheM that it wan ChamhiUin't her of croup, ana m hood, and she is leit to sutler the terrible surance on small properties? I2uien surprise to many hundreds of thousands i'sh Remedy cured on otHprinc And tvim Dry ilrnlnlrr it to her I'orvalebyW II Mcltoh. lOaf. with the hml rctult it hup ever "DreaKs ner own record. eabe'' PiukkisU, Stanford, Kv Josiah Bishop and J. F. Ware, of ens, Nearly all the men connected with Thkrk are nearly always two eides to a Boyle, in January bought of W. B. Hill, case. (ov.;Brown cought to make capi the daring train robbery in Michigan NKW AUVKRTIHKMKMS. We paid spot cash for these gopds bought them where we could' last week are under arrest. The con- W. A. Cod'ey, and others, 15 hogs to he get tal by having a Miit for 01,000 filed the most for the least money. August and September, at delivered in Iardware was Ijought in car load lots, against the Mason-FoaCo. for balance fession of one of the prisoners has reveal which enables us to make very low prices. Salt to o cents. They have just sold them due the State on peniteuti.iry lease. The ed a conspiracy involving not only j 7 bu. DR. W. 13. lerms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save vou to I'rewitt & Woods at 0 cents, which matter was turned over to the Master eeveral unemployed railroad men, but a pretty nice profit for Messrs. money Commissioner of Frauklin and he finds the iufenger, baggageman and brake-ma- makes an- - opening up a splendid line of of the train robbed. Of the 70,000 Bishop and Ware. Mr. BiBhop also 60I1I what the company claimed all the time Millinery ORjCc South nilc Main itrwt, in oihee recca A Woods 70 of his own hogs Uehave 11 yearling Southdown IJuck-- and is Huck Lambs, all tacated by Dr. I. V HiirTinin, Stanford, Ky hat the State owes them S12,trfl. The or more stolen, 14,000 has been recover-ed- . to I'rewitt at tie. thoroughbred, for s.tle report will be contested but is very apt A saddle horse got loose recently at he sustained. R0UKCASTLE COUNTY. to MT. VERNON, cfc Columbia, Tenn., and seorned bent on Z. Morrow and wife are at Judge T. Ik Miss Pollard's story of hrr teduction suicide. Hi; struck the railroad track by Col. Breckinridge, as published in and looked for a train. Evading the the Newcomb House this week. Gctim; Ilctter in Rowland A "storm party" from town visited he New York World, even approximen in pursuit he walked onto a bridge I have In Houland a full tx k m IS oven THE mate) the truth, the Congressman is a and laid down in centre of the track. He Miss Lola Whitehead at Pleasant Valley Tuesday evening. hypocrite iuid"a Janus faced fraud of tho was wived from death by several men GENERAL-:-:MERCHANDISE, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller have refirst water. Addressing Christian .En tying his legs together and dragging him I 'ilfcr for & Tint turned from an uxtonded trip to Lexing deavor and other religious societies and to tho roadway. ton and Louisville. Cash or Country Produce, seducing women do not comport, and it ' DEATH'S DOINGS, Uucle Alvah Pullins was up from Only, and at iri c that will mke it In your In looks very much like the colonel is in a ntuut twelve An account of Mrs. Sam Oarrard yesteiday. G. E. McCoy has terett to li'.ulc uithInrue IUvirk hadaw ho'c. the hu(int, I ycjri' experience ibnii'i-lmore a dentil appears in our potted in ivity tirinch nl it and am ff.fic. I returned from Livingston. ' can nuke it pay yuii to me Do.jr.j ' kSr TifE repoit.of the committee on rults letter. L. tA V rVT-J" A very large and well behaved crowd uw Coal Oil or (...lolinc trade with can make Mm I Ifio waa adopted in the Houee. Gaolln at at -- A dispatch from Paris Btaten that attended court last Monday. Soiiih lino giHid Oil at 8c ; lietlare ioc. null Come c lie ray price ml uoeu tiaeu m parliamentary weapona to "Mammy" I'ullins, colored, aged 12tJ, stock was on exhibition anil some sales mi?inbr will deliver B'cd Inr aiiynartol Kuwland I to and Stanford dromptly cue auoption 01 me ptir: wuicn hae just died. ueieai were made. Al.lll.ltr IKm.MKI provided that when an order is adopted Kowland, Ky 57 At o'clock yesterday morning of Our county clerk, Mr. f. C. Mil the speaker shall call the committees hart disea&o Mr. O ran ville L. Morshon ler, is rejoicing over the arrival of a for report, and until that order is ex- breathed his last. Ho had been very vounir voter at his house. Mr. .Scott I1' hausted no motion shall be entertained; feeble for several yours and more than Green Miller is his name. r". ? T .t-- 1 4nou...,L.irVC.? but he was signally uat down upon. MU.S BV. he had henrt troubles from which I. W. Nesbitt, our extensive Mr.. 0'ice FROM adminUtrators ol Sainul Kngleman, dtnl h.s family did not think he could possi- stave Bhippr, is ponding large consign- weAwill toil L. Tuikteev Senatora are jet to make tu thu hithett ami but bidder at LOUISVILLE Havana, Cuba, Kncleman'i T-'is.'JIRJSINCINNATI. mile Horn Munble on the l.ancat-tc-r Tf speeches on tho bilver' jut6tion. The bly recover. On Sunday last Mr. Mer- - ments to Genoa, Italy, ike, on DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE bagging" relief Hiid for broad slion accompanied by Mr. A. P. Pendle-to- and to the Uarbadoea, aUo to India. country ia 100K a drive of several hours and Your business manage! found a larc-e- r INCLUOIB 22, 1S93, the House of Lords only gives them Pullman Vttllbula Sleeping and Buffet r turned feeling none the worse from it. crowd hero Monday than usually at the fbllowini; dccribtd ppipttly li longing to Parlor Cars Xero fiddling when Koine was wind. W. II. How-eiric (Ulu, to wit Only Route Through tho Indiana burning was a far more iuviting specta That night, however, ho had one of his tend courts at this place. work mare, brown work telegraph operator, is acting printer mari'xlyears old, i 6 years old, bay gelding, cle. This Bort of bueiiiesH will continue attacks and growing worse all of the time year old j Natural Gas Belt. man cau be xtra Knod worker, tnice 4 aaddle hors, .( year new Eood the end finally came Thursday morning for the Signal until fwrnL'i . till the people rise up and shut oil their ycarl-nold, a i year old geldings broke to ride, THROUGH TICKETS 7rtJ , as stated above. Tho deceased was in obtained. line milk cow wttli young calves, THtK UM AND IHf ,8 CON, lmht wind forever. a.f. K ycarliuK heifer, Rood AT 1HC PBtWML TltHtT his (Wd year; had been a member of tho (Juito a number of our voting ladies jennet colt,Jerseyand pigi,t 5extraear old jenntt ano Of fi 0, sow mulet 5 aogTHtftn hAiiMAis. Tim World's Fair directors decided by 15 ptit church foryears and was an un- and gentlemen drove out to ttio beauti.jMLtfteiAl ,Nr0,iMTK.N IN RtWSO TO RUM a unanimous vote that the show shall usually clever, kind hearted man. Ho ful home of Miss Carrie Lair last Friday FARMING IMTLKMIONTfti. " fiFnS!r'?tlLDeTAH, cw,-1-"11 rtvtL The ulo to bogin at 0.30. rtiAtc Amy in ci mon o or uitlm t'r close as stated Out. HI. All the same, its was married in early life to Mis Franoia evening and were giacefully entertained Terms' Sutn under iiocush, over that amount uu '" vu uiioa- - to iithir or tmc roiLO, k ..- - v crenii hucurity payo dollars to doughnuts that it will not. No Skidmore umlshe and live children, oil by tho charming young hostess. All able ul 01 3 uiontna, nates witu goou Co. 5i?'.M"J' Strn PiM'r ksti. . Trust thu Far ner llauk ' V?JJ.H&JI5 I I . K. ENT.I.U.MAN, .t,,: CE.R.TB4PSU.S.E fw, other exposition of the kind has olosad grown, survive him. After services at pronounced it a delightful trip. ..vVsIc - yrr. H. V. OIVF.NS. VO, 'Jo. t -i.t t rfw rtt the time first named. ji. w ' the residence at 10 o'clock this morning, Circuit court couvened here Mon- Ailtr.r e. . ... Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A letter from I The Great BUI Aw S SlXXD 6 OB 8 PAGES CESKTT1BE ATTRACTION F. brothe- r-in-law, wide-sprea- d The Biqqest Circus t.o pro-ees- or MakeTou Smile OutLoud THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. VAPOR H?a e, Ex-Sena- tor d, y STOVES. KiirxiMr. Jery 11 scourge-stricke- n ear-lin- i "" iir-t ft ... New-Yor- k Great Clearance Sale. - faaiiiR "ey h'1,1t'n I P.nif !' SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. . 1 m m KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware. 1 1 .... 1 ! I 1 rd PENNY .50 n Dentist. JWe . HARD oiH-nei-l -:- TIMES BIHTC f:rewttt. Soul The World's Fair Route from the .'?;. ... 1 Spoona-KowJau- d sx - - Pennsylvania short lines w I I y I m-ru-e , T) Administrator's Salo , ' I , I 1 u FRIDAY, SEPT. 1 ' r, t I W&M: isMfeci -- My,&!-i S' Wm i Ik v. - I " Zt,J.?L3.i&Sj 11 1 I sadclt-colt1 i j I A-- mfwimm mmfflm. fK uifniifi1 .ii w .' 1 VIA CA A FIRST-CLAS- S Si-i-'l r. m I (I '"i"vy taRKaSKSii-.gtrriaini M Et ciin7iTI,0. ScaantoiJiffa' .' '? ux. !tLi.Z",AliM .,,,., u . i. -- 11 "wwiinMiiiiiia lu-i- lAt.,;,,. -- i- ,,.j aaji .,f J. J. .UrilM. ..t.S c i. 4 Si '. ,t I , 6f j. ' ,jf ii iT - i 3 Semi-Weekly InteriokJouknal STIRRING APPEALS. DILL Stanford, Ky Sbitemiieu 22,18!)3 W. P. WALTON. NYE GIVES A FEW RECEIVED FROM CORRESPONDENTS. tltt 1 ' lively Uiuulo for Jirty ft fi fill ' e? Ii (JiuVJ tuiiiii. mi c.,, mi. rilt, o, ft J: tllUPlUlll llltt Ute.t.ltllf.l tlt ' i w it itrrflitir mill tihuI liiBliiiuiriital fi cotton country, though not ho great m M noto,tt U'Hiviiup IntheiuuU alcxum limn. SJ In Uic largo banking centers, is still felt ,r nu.Iiii? lour Inriro elio iortrU tluP fj iifixm'IM.tliriiiUlii1iiiirr,' I'ailerewesl Q to n degree, as soino of tho corresjwml-enctitKI CD I ''' home Inillrxtlont That ?tnnrj fa Ileal Hitnl tu Olitnln Tlie County Attornry Who (Sot a 9iiuaru Mrnl Occatlonalljr a I roin Ill WliLrtera. Copyright. INO. by Edgar V. Nye. Tho financial (listrewi In tho rico ami .thujAM u tplinltti Ailolla. I'ntll, anil Mr.Fi ? iii. Ilouctmull, tli K)prr Ikikuit. AA V o'.,. Mlnnttrito NKW YOlllC Ml'KIl I.J, KCHU. Ilruailnuf Theatre llullalnr, N. V. V J-- ft o l?'l ': j-- a. bT.fc? j v of colored gentlemen with and employers na given below will pIiow that suffering is ro great that several of tho writers want to draw their next week's jiay, which is, as every ono knows who is familiar with the colored race, a sign of panic, with u largo P. store-keene- rs OF KV. UNIVERSITY, Commercial Collide LEXINGTON. KY. "ChtaptttA BittButwttt College in the World.' Awaraea UIWmI llaer al Warli'a KstllM ! wm f Haak.keaalat; .at UtHltl luUn. I....U... in.O0OUr4naUU Haalaaaa. N.allt I.OOOSIaa.alS Ua.latM kaaasllr. 16 trattnaj.ta;a4, C ansaf Fall aWal ( aara. ta.twllaf T.IMa. SlalMaar IUar4 ( la krt.Haa4.Tra.WrHlaa . SaU a TaeattM. aa4 $90. .4 filial a aSf tpwiaitiM. tia4au.l imwIiI, TSUalll annul. url iinHiii i4tn WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON. KVe rl THE : WORLD'S : FAIR AND AMERICAN" RAILWAYS. Tb Quo ft Cre leant Home, widely known u the road runaing tht "Finest Train in the South, it In the fitld le carrf ererbody from tht South s the World's Fair at Chicago. No part of Ike Southern country li led uncared for by this great railway nd Iti conneclloni. Tha Throtijh Car System It an admltabl eapntilloa e( tha wonderFrom ful capabilities of American railroading New Oiletnt Through Sleeping Can run daily, mornlne and etenlng. carrying In pattenKtrt by Cincinnati or Loulttllle, at they may Mlect. From Shrtve port, Vlcktburg and Jackson anoth-c- r Through Slrpl( Car Lisa cotuct 10 Join and Income a part ol tha magnificent Vestlbuled Through Traint, which, patting Ihiou.h ltinu Inghsm and the famcMti Willi Valley of Alabama, it joined at Chattanooga by the train from Jack, lla., Ilrunrwlck ami Atlaata, Ot.over the K. T. V. A (5 K y, and pnctedt north over the beautiful Cinclnmti Southern, through tht grandetl natural scenery imil moit tttractive country In the world, to OikJiU, where another magnificent rulltnan Car It recclred, coming from i tht Richmond A Danville tytttm from Chtrlrelon, S. C , through Columbia, t. C, the beautiful French lltoad country, and Aihvillt' C.,and Knotville, Tenn. The time to Chicago it made to at to alford the lit convealtat houii for ileparlurrt fiom the principal cititt and arrlvtlt in Chicago. Passengers can purchate tickclt good over one ine narth of the river, and returning via mother if they dctlre a variable route without ettre chaige. Or they can'go via Cincinnati, reluming via Loultville.or vice rerta. Hound trip tickets on tala at reduced ratet. Agentt of tha Chicago Una will on 'reiiurst aitltt n looking up nmi or accommodation! for vim-oto the Fair. Kvirythlog that an tlmou perfect tyitemcin devix ta detcrve the praite and pttronageof the travellog public hat been provided. Any of the Agrntt of tha compantc nimed below will cheer fully give all poitible information and attittanca: K. II. Garralt, N- e- Otlrant, La. I. Hardy, Vicktbutg, Mitt. J R. McGiegBr, llirmlngham, Ala, K. T.Charlton, ("htltanoogi, Tenn. W. I). Oaiatt, Junction City, ;Ky., or I). G.Kd-arl- t, Cincinnati, O. hit-ton- TiiK riNOF.n or score. When a colored uinn nsks for money ahead of wliat ho has earned, wo may well inquire, What is to bocotnn of the country Below is tho pitiful appeal of Henry Clay asking for rations and offering that "tho first work that Jaffroy (his son) do ou coud tak it Back." And yet wo have been crying out for mouths, "Givo u more 'Hashing,' whether you demouctizo silver or not. Wo nral tho 'Hashing bad." Theso letters nro absolutely genuine, tho names only having been changed; Jl'mr it. iku Mr. Howard Ilalcomb: Dean Sih- -I vrrito to tell and ax helves camo to tho county attorney and said ho did not wish to find nny fault about it or mako nny arrests, but souio ono was stealing his wood nt tho rato of two cords per month, nnd he wanted to know tho best conrso to proceed nnd still not commit n felony himself. Would it bo dangerous to load sonio of tho sticks with powder? Would ho bo Hablo or subject to nrrest in caso of death or mayhem? Tho county attorney thought it over for l.p minutes with his whiskers in his month. Ho always ato off somo of his whiskers whilo engaged in thought. "No, you would not bo liable, I think," said he, "but to avoid accidents to yourself or your family I would load only sticks of whlto birch, Mr. Jaggcrson. White birch is easily distinguished oven in the night, and if you load only that vnrioty your family circle will not havo a notch in it this winter." 80 tho man went home and loaded his wood pile for bear, but in his hasto ho erroneously loaded ono stick of hickory. That night tho county attorney's office was burned to the ground, together with a library consisting of Hill's Manual, tho Revised Statutes for lbCO, "Horaco A. Taylor on Diseases of tho Horso," "Tho Man Who Sobered Up," by Wnlt Mason, aud the government publications on pork and its diseases. Tho couuty attorney's opinion since then has been of no value whatover, for his whiskers wero singed off by tho explosion, nnd missing them to gnaw upon whilo wrapped in thought his legul opinion has been warped, and it is pitiful to seo him tackle a simple question, run his tongue out in search of a mouthful of rich red whiskers, find only tho plnco where they wero nnd then burst into tears. Numerous inquiries have been received within tho past summer regarding funeral etiquette, etc. I here tako tho liberty therefore to insert n pieco of word painting taken verbatim from an exchange, the names only having beeu changed to avoid giving additional offense. The clipping itself is offensivo enough to drive n mule from his midday meal, but I print it to show tho world how the other half is permitted to rush into print on the heels of death even if ignored tho rest of the time: ouo-hnlf press orally his thanks to uch ns ma) como to SHELBYVILLE, KY.-- An Kngllsh nnd Class- tho great sacrltlco and salo of household good icai ocuooi loruiris. sixty-nintAnnual Session opens Wednesday, Sept. Clh, 1893. wm which will tako placo at the home of underPrepares for Wellesley. W. T. POYNTER. signed all day Monday, during which will lie olTcrcd nn entire kltchcnoutllt.thu almost new ingrain carpet which was nn tho floor of the front room on the day of the funeral and may havo noticed, together w ith a baby grand mctodloti nnd a tllk drets nearly new. and which will almost stand alone. Thin historic college tho oldof west of tho M."L AllOKhanlcs, opens Its sovonty-fourt- h Thanking one and nil once more for their sosslon Soptornlor 13th, sympathy nnd tha uc of their teams, aud hop- Scientific Collcgo lresldonts! ing that this gieat sorrow may bo tempered to twenty-llv- o nnd idoctlvo. Among Its Alumni twenty-fou- r Representatives the shorn lamb, and remembering; that whom Htates, two Vlco- - Presidents ofIn Conross, tlvo TJ. S. Senators, sovon Governors ol U.S., ono Justlco of U.S. Supromo Court. The past tho I)rd lovcth he chasteneth, nnd hoping year was tho most prosperous In Its history. Twolvo professors in Xaculty, Gov. that no one will miss the sale, and realizing Knott, Dr. Young and WnrraU. No liquors sold In tho county. For catalogue nnd further InforinatUJn, address Jtev. Jr. C. Young, Danville, Ky, that possibly tho dear one was snatched away becnuo undersigned Idolized her too much, I am yours truly, Bukstiohtii Balaam. W.P.WALTON. K. C WALTON. Tho nbove card is not greatly changed from seven or eight that I havo on hand. h Miannii 0 u CENTRE COLLEGE Danville, ! Ky hnve only united tho salient features of the group into one composite card and trust it may bo a warning to thoso who nro tempted to use the presenco of death as n pretext for word painting, treatises on the currency ami advertise-rnent- a of sale. Your truo friend, I aeafSBBBBBBBBBBBBnKL SSMaBSEpgfjaeaSalaaKJaaSSsBaks .MaefjagSt2(HBBrafltlBBBBBBftk Walton Bros. MANAGERS. Electric Lighted; Seats 500; Large Stage; tjMBBaijHBHI BWfsmaBaB I cjuuy (White.) Plenty of It Too. All of Mrs. Morrison's children were very fond of ico cream, from Charley down to Clarenco, tho baby. One dny they had nil been particularly good, and Mrs. Morrison, who is an appreciative mother, filled their hearts with joy by taking them all to a bakery near by for some ico cream. Four beaming faces smiled over tho little table. "I will take strawberry," said Mrs. Morrison to tho waiter. Little Clarenco looked surprised. Did his mother prefer strawberries to tho dish they nil liked so much? "I will have chocolate," 6aid Charley with dignity, recklessly wasting his opportunity, as it seemed to his wondering small brother. Clarence turned anxiously to Johnny. Would ho order bomo ftlliflfclsSSSSSsM jMEMsSSSsi rsSSaWaKIaJS' Good Scenery. Corie-poBilenc- e Ft .1 fill! W..iii.tM s ?iife'---KB5- TiiT3BHF with good utlrsctious tuliclted. THakmCtou tfo Otof AjUcuUl frr tirzr v?22' A itrango thing too? "I want vanilla," said Johnny. Mrs. Morrison saw an expression of mingled doubt nnd determination ou the face of her youngest. "What will you have, Clnrence?" sho nsked. "I want ith cream!" was the ompbatio reply. Youth's Companion. ncallstlo. ACQ. 1, 1KU. a Side to my Hack Tuwslay Evninu I alok I Uilnk It la tjliuuier Cooptanht I'Icako Sir lit me bava fifty ct for tocclSutae lUshlne the flint daya work Jaffrc) do you coud tak it Hack I need liL.Mtr Clay. the lUttiltitf iud llA I'alnn Id ou I have rerrjr the Rluht 8IJ0 Work from xay rt IK YOU ARE GOING JiTOHTHTHE TaTEST. Louiivitic a NaeMViiit R. R. It the line for you, at ita Double Dally Trains Make cloie connection! at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROUGHrriCKKTS SOLI). IIAGOAGE CHKCKliD THROUGH For any Information e.inulre of JOKS HICK. Acent, Stanford, Ky (j, W. I'ENN, Trv Tail Agent, W. Jurjctlon City, Ky For all pointt. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO made this summer, and notico toward tho close, where ho admits in his own touchful orthography, "I would not worry, but 1 am distressed why I worry you." His wifo also "is Bear feet," meaning no doubt that thero has been a Wall 6treet movement to depress her feet. Ho also intimates that if Mr. li. does not "trus" him ho will bust: Mlt. nA!XO!ii:-Y- ou and Mr. V. K. me $3jO dolor ml tell I liuv tliu can chano of maklngSiiin money. Do if you i'leaa Kir ou can I.en me becos my Wifo Is Hear feci and If you dont trus me Kir vou can Ok a Lean on a half nkcr of nice hut I know Sir I can pay you before that Sir. if I was not Oestrus Sir I Wod not Worry but I am destrus Wl I Wury you do It you 1'leiis Mr jou can l.en me. I'KTKJl O. T. IlEAUIItOAIIU LEMONS. let mo hnve my thlrMlay money and will jmy the Day on noxt week If )o Will Da So for mo pluav) Sir that is all SLIDELL Mamjn. Mr. Lemons, who writes below, no doubt indicates as fully and unconsciously between tho Hues how timed nro with him as any exhibit that has been JoiinC. C.u.uou.x. Mr Calhoun, on tho back of tho note, states that ho M not a bimetallist, but a Baptist with a tendency toward somnambulism. Many are tho times, he says, that ho has awakened from a sound sleep and found himself iu tho middle of a watermelon patch bathed iu a cold sweat and a big melou rind iu hi hand. Mr. Mason, who accidentally discovered last week that ho had been emancipated bO years ago while ho was serving a term with tho gang, writes ns follows: Captain plcuv; Sir yti ran Do kino anuft to one Duller A Slots this k for Doth. I like to pay Jotira Tho following indicates tho statoof tho money market, also tho fin do siecla method of fpelling "allow." It also shows how tho writer understands that u vaguo allusion to death will get funds sometimes when all other efforts fail. Ho does not state whoso death he is going to blow iu the f I 2o uikju, but probably it will go to buy cut tlowors for tho grave of Haul, who was cut down a couple of thousand years ago by malarial fover brought on by the surface water and hot weather around Ararat; Mil. Hauomhc I'Icam) nrlow 1110 to hnve I urn In Sure death angel has mad tills Ingress Into our quiet llttlo city, snatching from our ruldtt one of our most deserving and beloved citizens In tho person of Mr. Judgo lluratforth Balaam of Kat Tottawota-tnl- e, this Male. After a prutracU-- Illness nho departed to the of the Ieal the morning of the Eth. Funeral STth at above place. Serv-lec- a . nducted by Kev. K. Ourney of our city. hn delivered one of his masterly, skillful discourses. Mr. (turuey can brlngthe world down on a funeral dUcourso. His sermon was full of pathos aud eloquence. Tho elder Is a Bible student and a gentleman of high culture. The Hev. Ell Mudd ottered up nu eloquent prayer. Tho reverend Is a young man of marked ability. The Hev, Mr. Hill wood of Maryland made a telling rioting address; he will be counted In. Mm. Balaam as a vocallelhad no parallel. Ilur voice was like that of an angel toft and clear and pathetic, Hrr music proceeded from her heart and reached tho hearts of the hearers. She was called upon to sing at hundreds of funerals. She had sung a great many times at SjNjon Ijtke church. In short, alio was a well known singer. Mrs. Balaam will be misted at the bcdiddcs of tho sick. Her hand was al. was open to relieve the wants of the por and nflllctifl. One would go far and near to rellexo the wants of tho suffering. She always paid Into the church. She will ho milled at the rlas meeting and tho Sunday school. Her graceful form w ill not bo seen on the strvetsanmura, hut In heaveu. She was a complete modol of and beauty. Hut to all the world who will most miss her the Judgo and Kttlv, her daughter, wife of Mr. Burlingnme. The judge will not when he comes homu at a late hour find awaiting his coming with a cup of hot coffee on the stove and it smiling fare, with cheering words, hut the optxitite a dark Iioiim-- . no words of cheer nor angel'n smiles to eulUeu th half dead manhood. But what grief will come er tho burenved husband when he finds a d.irk house, Inlying among the tomta, tnd that tho mistress her eyes cloned in drathl Judge, you will see dark days and gloomy ahndi-- but there is ono cheering nlde to this sho is happy; sho is among ttio good of all ugis. Hod bless her allies. The funeral was largely attended; peoplo preMint from eight ton u. Music by Mlnklnt-e'- s band. MiiikiiiMt Is one of the best musicians In the country fold fctornge of West Burlaps was tho undertaker. His part was well noted. Quite a lurge crowd followed tho corpse to Hush Center cemitury, whero thcro was quite x crowd nuembled awaiting tho coming. Among the crowd was Hev. Mr. Pangborn, Drs. Shrub, Snort and Murdock, K. Lalow and lady, nuil quitu a number of prominent people of tho city wero present. Hev. I'augboru pro-- Drill EoiTO-T- he f A S '. 1 &uaZ 7t f t?Z-- t &l rr-- t TVt&vucrf 1&&&ASS sZ &6ClA4Zw6cz6 - J Ss SXjTSMU? lod&Z?, 2Zt??ij&tJ: xsz &Z tLHyz.- HUSTONVILLE, KY., JABSES A youug nrtist whoso rent is somewhat behind. Brooklyn Life. FITI 3IVEUS HOUSE S THE ADVOCATE Cntntt to ycu f s RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimoro, New York, And all other lUitcrn Cities. ' ln Hal-com- 11 cKr.ri.ii T.lna luiMn Loutivlllc. Kaitern l'ointt. Leiinsioo'and IN EFFECT NOV. i, iSa F.AST BOUND. Lws Lexington daily 7.10pm Atlantic Expreii No. Midland Accommodation, No 16. ex. Sun.11.40am 6.10pm No 14 daily Vnnimlrd Exprett, Ml. Sterling Accom , No. .8, en. Suu WEST HOUND. Arr. LeainRton: 7 atm Lenngton Accom., No. 37, ex Sun u.4opm Louiivllle Expreia No. 31, datlj No. 15, ex Sun 4 SPn Lexington Accom. 6.10pm Veitibuled Eapreti No: tj, daily j. The following item also, taken from tho Ashovillo Citizen a few weeks ago, indlcjites that chickens nre closo and hard to obtain this season and that money matters were never moro seldom, especially among tho colored jieoplo, than at present: Thote Happy Days. ly j Hit cl 1 a pot rd brst p:ier in Kititucky. Addicts 50 c nts kct it for tlir e montli "Don't you remomler uie!" P. W. GREEN, Prop. THE ADVOCATE, "Can't say that I ever saw you before." D.inMlIe, Ky. Thi itable, which it run n connection with tha "Don't you remember littlo Sammy Mjers House, babten supplied with Bambry, who used to steal your lynches and break your windows 20 years ago, A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, right hero in Harlem':" Buggies, Wagons, "Why, certainly, I remember now Who are for the first timo to nb .rummer's Supplies nnd is better than ever very well how you used to steal my uupply the public with prepaid peaches, and don't yon remember how I undergo woman's severest trial RIGS OFIALL. KINDS. caught you just as you were getting over wo offer tho fence one day and how I tanned your Pergonal and piomptatiention given to Weddings I'srtics aud Ilurlj. hido for your" P. W GREEN, "You bet you did. Ah, thoso happj Proprietor. AL IIUKNS, Manager. used 03 directed a few days will never come again!" Texas A remedy which, if weeks before confinement, robs it of its Sittings. PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO LIFE The Astute Ticket Man. Citizen (hurriedly) Ticket and a half of Iwth mother and child, as thousands who ! have used it testify. for Pod u 11k. bottles of Motiikrs Friend with Ticket Agent (snappishly) Do you "lced marvelous through and wish tvery woman want tho half ticket for that big girl by who las to pass results, the ordeal of child birth to FOR GOOD WORK! your side? know if they will use Mothers Friend for a few wsutfrrinf, wedesit will robconfinementof fai Citizen Tho whole ticket is for her, and f nturt safety to life cf mothtr anJcAHil." but sho insisted on paying faro for her ! Mrs. Sam Hamilton, Montgomery City, Mo. favorite doll, so to humor her I want Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt of rrics, J1.50 per bottle SoldbyalldrugKUts. Look tho half ticket also. iothers mailed free. is tho To Ukaufiulu Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. old Ticket Agent doll? Good Nuws. According to results accomplished; WIFT'S SPECIFIC in addition to a liberal commission of A Matter or Ktliiuette. "Hicks is crazy about etiquette, ne FOR renovating the twenty per cent. saw in tho paper tho other day that in entire system, eliminating wifo Indies out the tho best circles the Also all Poisons from theJJlood, roup, aud ho has consequently given up whether of scrofulous or soup." GUESS PREMIUMS "Why?" malarial origin, this prep"He has no wife." Harper's Bazar. aration has no equal. . . FOR SUBSCRIBERS. ery oiler day in the year for on- lalTTERTT ST ABX.X well-tmn- n YroungWives "Mothers Friend" -- FIRST-CLAS- GOOD PAY to For Ladies or Gentlemen Um-er-ho- Too Previous. Traint with Dining Cart. Na but tranfera. Thrnugh Sleepcn from Lexington without ChHnV. FULLER. C. II. RYAN, Att't Gon. Paaa. Agt.. Gen. Patt. Agt, Cincinnati. Wathington, D. C. Solid Veatlbuted COST IS "Do yon call this n band of picked musicians?" tuid the hotel manager to Will YouhK, colored, nued ubout 4 wastrlcd for stealing two clilckons and found Kullty. tho leader of it summer band. Ho has served two tonus in the Kanif tlie flrnt " "Ach. dot vos so. I bick 'em lltno for stealing watermelons. Judce Jones replied the bandmaster. gave Vouiik a four years' sentence, tlitnklne It "Well, then, you picked them before EATISa HIS WHISKERS, mltcht break him of his lorn,' fliiKertsl habit Wlien tho sentence was pronounced, Young nounccd the benediction,. Judgo Balaam gave they were ripe." mine-sellet,Tit-Bit- QUITIII. BIST U qCaUTt. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. ky niClliBDSO!! FOR 20 YEARS tO.t rrtptr4 SOLD EVKKYWIII21U3. tOCIS. T. BKtllCMg Romanticus I saw the prettiest woman today ou the street I evet saw. Here is the card of thauks: Prakticus Who was she? timated, however, that Mr. Young was A CAItD. Rom. 1 don't know The undersigned desires In the midst of his a pronounced bimetallism whereas the Prak. Of course you don't. No man mighty the court was opposed to that idea most bit- average grief a grief which overshadow deep ever kuow? the prettiest woman he ever grief because of the unusually terly. saw Detroit Free Press emotion and tender, affectionate nature of unI may bo wrong, however. Tho court dersigned to vx press his thauks for the genwill pleaso take notice that this comes eral good feeling and unparalleled turnout 00 The t iiintry's Need. to me an hearsay, and also that my apol- Iho occasion of the funeral at which the wll "It is measutes, not men, we want." for the loan of undersigned was the curiae; ogy is ready nt n moment's notice in case of eleven (11) front room chairs from Mr. shouted the stump speaker 1 am wrong iu putting tho judge down and eight 0) dining room ditto from Mr. "It isn't anything of the kind," exas an enemy of bimetallism. I do not 1'rs.Ibc worthy Stikeleather. claimed a summer girl, and she left the In euro to bo senteuced to 1,000 years for here,the midst of life wo are here today, and place Exchange. there and everywhere tomorrow. There finding a felon on tho finger of scorn. has not been such a general turnout or univerof courts and tho law re- sal satisfaction since tho funeral of Mr. and Speaking lust the One For lllm. minds me of an incident which occurred Mrs. llAukin, who were drug from their bed Mr Sappy Smart? Why, sho has blood, and in in tho great northwest last winter. and murdered that coldcould In more tho under- bwnins enough for two, 'Miss Mawy. fitting lansigned he Christiana county is a new organization, guage express lmself to those who came and Sho lift site' Then sho is just tho Fat up with do lased without charge and minand the couuty seat still has fresh pail marry, Mr. Sappy. gled their tears with undersigned, who hopes firl you ought ta on it. Trntli. (o some day return tho favor and also to ex In February ft merchant who sells t"i ut-- o Mc-Ke- said, "Thank you, sir," to Judge Jones. Comment on tho length of tho sentence 'vould seem out of place here at this time, when, so nearly as may be, a fraternal feeling should exist. It is in- his wifo the greatest lwiMblo care, also Ettle, her daughter. The Judgo tenders lielow tils heartfelt thauks tu uelghbors aud attendants at tho funeral. Very respectfully yours. A J AX. Is Thl True? g TABLER'SPII E BUGKEYELiLC s s s aaaaaui $5 to $500 Cash! "For tiehlttn months I had an tatmg sort on my tongue. I was treated ey test local fiysicians, tut eltaintd no relief; the sort gradually grew toot S. S. S., worse, Impossibilities or Uncertain ties. Every thing Fair, Honorable, Plain and Positive. No See programme iu the entirely cured after using a few tattles." C. H. McLemore, Henderson, Tex. and was t finally I Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Coutest among Agents for largest clubs. TRF.ATISE 1'iiB on Blood and Skin free. bwifT Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga, t An Agency for the "Weekly is a profitable business. Enquirer It is OINTMENT r CURES A the best school in the world to prepare one for a business contact with tho to business public, u steppmg-stoniiualiHcation and future prosperity. o Wo nraut good . uaaa,ui.l juaul t..tra gouJ. SURE and CEHTAIH CURE1 ENQUIPER rOKPANY, known fcr IB yc?ro r.c fio ET37 , 'REMEDY FC.1 PILES. CINCINNATI, O. rreatrad bf BlflllRDSOX BlIilflXE to., ST. LOrtl. j KQTBFMB7 PILES. Agents to solicit for The inducements ar H'J '( bjiiiiiib ij """ J"-?1- sWsssas THEIR NEW DRESSES. CREATIONS FOR FANNY DAVENPORT AND LILLIAN RUSSELL. Two Artists Who Know What to Wear. Ttid Cotlet In Now the Fashionable Fad. 8 Ira pin Utiles Tor linking Three or Four Kinds of ThrlrNiMV Trimming. Copyright. 18P3. by American Press Assort.!-tlot- i. ' J t J I H dresses, nnd it is also tlesiinied for the purpose of affording something th.it is next to nothing to wear around the neck nnd riionldtrs. There nro many varieties, some of them more remarhablo than beautiful and others so pretty nnd pc stylish that one forgets what collets nre. t They are really only make belioves, e as they nro so charming let us ad them and get one if we can, each of If we cannot buy one already made, nor haps wo can make ono ourselves. Wo '"in if we know how and are willing to try. Let me tell yon all how to make three or four styles. One and perhaps two of the most striking of them all has a rip ple cape in the back and comes down " a deep point in front. This was mado'ol corded black silk, and had no ornament save a Brandeburg to fasten it. The points nre cut on tho straight and the rest in a semicircle, and this is joined by a seam in tho back. It is lined with taffeta in a bright or opalescent color. Tho edgo at the top is simply turned in and hemmed, and us it meets half way down the bust it seems to give a V shaped effect to the waist of the gown. Tho outside aud linings nro cut just alike and the edges stitched. The seam in then turned where the neck part is hemmed, .the edges aro slightly pressed with a not very warm iron and the fasfenings sewn on. It need not take over an hour's work, and tho style is .. in the wny of trimming of ordinary The collet is now the fashionable fail HANGING showing nny oily margin, and if paint rratty Ornament for the Bitting or ing becomes a real fashion instead or A Bleeping Room. being something that is only seen on tho A pretty little bunch of hanging gowns of tho favored few it will open is mndo of apple green surah silk, tho door to great possibilities and also suspended and tied with whito baby tho door of hope for tho young artist ribbon. whoso forte lies in painting flowers. There arc eight balls. Cut eight cirLillian Russell has a new pale bluo cular pieces from tho silk, each plcco satin gown for homo, nnd on this is to measure ten inches in diameter. painted a bewildering mazeof tall grass- Turn under the edgo and fnce each ono es, from which peep scarlet poppies. The around with tho whito ribbon. different greens in the grasses nnd the Then place a bunch of wool wadding, leaves of the poppies nro most artistically sprinkled with orris, in the center, and treated, and the flowers look as if they grew there. Tho painted pattern extends all around tho skirt. The sleeves aro puiro, which fall back, leaving t':c round whito arms espied, except for PIN-BALLS. OF SACRED I.Ives of Men. SGrtQ. on Instances of Its Softening Influence tha pin-bal- ls W-M- 7 ra&-M- - ' r HAKOlNO FOR EARLY FALL. y r Another collet U arranged in two plaited nifties, ono deeper than the other, and tho ends ointed and reaching the waist, where they hang naturally crossed. This need not be lined if made of middling thick goods, aud tho edges are bound with ribbon of as hapely contrasting, shade. Cashmere, black or dark brown, with green ribbon is very prettjl Of course it is understood that the green is to be of a soft and artistic shade, though, to be sure, almost all shades are used now. But we are supposing that the lady is a womau of genuine taste. The collar is lined with silk, tho color of the ribbon nnd box plaited so that it stands up as a pierrot ruffle. Another very ornate collet has 18 pieces of black silk cut in shapes something like a basebnll bat. The two front ones very good. U i iy TIIE DAINTY COLLET. an nndersleeve of spangled blue tulle. A wide scarf of that is tied across the bust and falls to the feet. With this are a tiny tea cap, a bunch of spangled tulle as big as nn ordinary rosette, aud on top of it one of open poppy and one half open bud. This contrasts well with tho abundant tresses of the fair singer. And hero let me say thnt this hair all belongs on that lady's head. Many persons assert that she wears a wig, but it is not so. All tho daughters in the Leonard family have magnificent hair. Lillian Russell's real name was Helon Leonard until she married Braham, nnd later Solomon. She knows how to dress well and does it. So, though she make! no pretenso to lead the fashion, it shows that painted silks will certainly find favor with those who can paint and those who can afford to pay an artist. Some of the new plaids nro frightful, tho pattern is so large and striking, but others again are very handsome. I saw one that was very ladylike, and at the same time it was in the height of 6tyle. It was of gray twilled cheviot, with bias diamond shaped plaids fonned by white lines, three one way and two the other. There was something very refined nnd delicate about this plaid. It is a pit all aro not as neat and refined. The dress of which it was made was cut surplice waist over a V of white lace ovei pale blue silk. The sleeves were in soft double puff, the forearm piece being also of plaid. Tho bottom of the skirt was perfectly plain, save for three line of white castle braid. The hat to go with this dress was ol lustrous gray straw, tnmed up to with three turquoise velvet rosettes and two fancy plumes of graj chicken feathers. Tho saw tooth straws, I think, will be worn quito far into the autumn. They did not mako their appearance until summer was well advanced, and they becamo so popular at onco that the fancy for them will belong dying out. Some nro trimmed quite plainly, aud others have ierfect nightmares of feathers upon them. tri-com- Agt. tie the silk tightly around It with the Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. ribbon, and tack a pretty rosetto bow Tht best ulve In tha world lor cuu, bruuea of the ribbon at the side. aoret, ulceri, salt rheum, farcr sores, tetter, chap- Suspend each one from ends of the I'wu nanus, caiiuiaioB, corns ina ail tuia craji ribbon, cut in different lengths; and uvni man poiuiveiy cures plies, or no psy rrquu so, it is guaranteed to er. perlsct salltlactloi fasten them all at tho top, nndcr a full i'rica tc cents psr boi or moner refunded bow of the ribbon. r0r sale by A, K. Pennr, Stanlord, Ky. This is a pretty as well as useful How bright these glorious spirit rrhlosl ornament, to be hung on the mirror Whence all their bright array? JKnioip.trle Orjgca, over the dressing table, and the round The next day was wet and stormy. balls are very convenient for holding While going his rounds, Mnthesoa rvmvi the many little stick pins that are now came upon a soldier standing under the N TV7X u used so generally. verandn of an old house. Tho man was in soiled and ragged clothes, and p. Plato thought that athletics, when pursued to excess, hardened the moral nature, and suggested that athletes should study music, as one of the. most powerful of softening influences. A story it told of the Emperor Thcodoslun, which illustrates the power of musio over the emotions. The citizens of Antioch revolted against the exactions of Thcodoslun, and dashed to piece his statue and that of the empress together with those of his two sons. Subsequently they repented and sent Flavinnus, their bishop, to Constantinople to nppease the wrath of the eauperor. nothrepeled the bishop, declaring ing but the Infliction of severe punishment would satisfy him. The emperor wus fond of inuic and while feasting hnd a c'loir of boys sing to him. The bishop took charge of these choristers and taught thain to sing a choral, composed by hlucclf, which in mournful atriins described tha sorrow and despair of the Antioch-ianThe pathos of the music interested the emperor; the words fascinated him. At last, mnc.i affected, he called out; "Antioch Ls forgiven!" The power of sacred song wiis strikingly exhibited by an incident of the Crimean wnr, told in a volume of Scotch anecdotes. Duncan Mathcson, a niblercader to the soldiers In the Crimea, wm returning one night to his lodgings in an old stable. Slokencd by the aiffhts he had seen, and depressed the with thought that the siege of Bo bastopol was likely to last for months, he trudged along in the mud, knee-deeHappening to look up, ha saw the stars shining calmly In the clear sky. Weariness gave place to the thought that in Heaven la rest, and he began to sing aloud the old hyrout Theo-ioslus Nashville, Trim , March 0, ISM --The Stockton Medicine Co, Nashville, Tenn., It givtB mo exceeding Gentlemen: pleasure tospenkof your Antiseptic, ns I consider it something wonderful in the way of medicine. My old servant, Albert, who is 72 years old, was vpry flick with pneumonia complicated with heart trouble and dropsy. I called in my family physician and gave him every attention, but the doctor finnlly tolJ me there was no hope and tho only thing thnt couhlbo done wan to mako him At thin comfortable until tho end. point decided to give him Stockton s AutioeptK as it seeemed to bo perform-in- ir It was almost miraclf s for others. given in regular doses every threo hours began to decreaso from the nnd tho first dose ntnl a decided improvement wps "otired tho first day. In threo day I e n- slltina up and in a week he was bsck a Ids work as usual and is bis strength very fast. I helifve it saved the old mans li'p. Respectfully voiup, fiflHai I W- - W B aiasaai (TAPANESS lVw, especially uiUpted PsnMtU.erP.llati' Of 7. great tVrKsMEnjll lil'iOiiiM muni. K oaiI, nIIJuUMTUIian to lid anJ &o 1 CONST lPATinW BUrrosnonihs. OpmlM of Ointment and two lkixeii of Ointment. K Cure for riles "'eBTee. It mnte nn operation StisViJIJl?.1.1"0 ?,ml,1,kTlf0 ,or JnJecUonii of corlwllo whlca ?,Vh If "i1.."1!'1 T,'',om n Immanent cure, and orten ileain, Why andura boxea to aura nnv oaso. VoST only pay Air benefits recount. II n Uix. 0 for tt dy mall, twunple free. (lurnitiMlsue, by ourafnnts. neer-fIllnrf urnxx-wMr- CURB Cored.Vlles ."!!. Prersntatf, fer - tj centa. UUZJIAirriXO oJDotva lud on'y by A. It. PENNY. Stanford. conscl-cntiou'- y FhAS-- SlAHIOHT, No. 5 Noel Ulock. Fnrss'e bv A R. Pnny, Stanford. m ssaaMfiisbstiJfe?!LI!0wv-j- ' s. O.nc first class fare, with t'2 additional for tbo round trip Harvest Excursions, Red Aug. Sept. 12th and Oct. 10th. The Wisconsin Crnthal Lines will run low It. H. BRONAUCH, rate Harvest Excursions on the above Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. dates to points in Minnesota, North and thoroughbred Hed Ilreedcr and South Dnkota. Tickets will bo good 20 jersey Swineshipper oflot ol pig's tor Duruc pans tsW A fine r no alin If desired, subject to r gitter days from date of sale, with solicited. ii itn privileges to points west of St. Paul and Minneapolis. For full information adSek-tin- 0 AaWlCM 4 dress any of the Company's representatives, or James 0. Pond, Gen. Pass, and Duroc Jersey Swine stop-ove- Curtis-pondenc- o UNDUE CORPULENCY. How It Can lie Reduced by I'rojxr Diet and Exercise. Hexriette Rousseau. are the longest, and tho others graduate in length. Each 13 finished separately, and then they aro tacked together from the under side and flared a very little at the neck, so that the collar may be formed with scallops at tho top. The different pieces aro all rounded, top and bottom, aud lined with thin silk aud interlined with crinoline to give them shape. Each one of these pieces is beaded with a few fine jet beads bet on irregularly, and on tho fchouldprs, where tho scallops are but 0 inches long, thero is a black lace frill, which sets up high, so as tc give place to nleeve. The front scallops are 14 inches long, and to tho four center front ones nre four rich tassels of jet, with fancy headings. This is a very rich little collet and can bo made oi black or dark colored velvet, aud it would be handy for ladies who wear low evening dresses to slip on to protect the chest when going out of warm rooms. It conld also lw worn over a honse dress in cool weather indoor, and whenever it h worn it will give a dressy effect to a plain gown. Many of the collets nro more in the form of nifties and double nifties than anything. One pretty ono is of corinth red silk and is cut on the straight, the lower ruffle being 10 inches from the neck line and tho upper two inches shorter. At the top thero is a triple bos plaited ruflle of tho tame that makes a becoming frill about the neck. With two loops and ends of grosgrain ribbon this is 'a very dainty collet for a young lady. Black silk, satin or velvet would be even handsomer than red, which ii rather too voyanto to be in tho best Not a Now Thin?. Modern critics of ladies' full dress costumes would have us believe thai what they call "the exposure" is a recent innovation. If a traveler from n distant country unfamiliar with the English and French fashions, were to contemplate tho representation of a ball dress of 40 years ngr ho would Ihj puzzled to account for the remarkable shape of the ladies of thnt period. If the traveler wero anythinq of a naturalist, ho would set them down in his owu mind as belonging to a new species of tho genus homo. BALL PRESS OF ISM. Looking at the prints of the period, wt should think that the art'sts intended tc convey a satire on tho ladies' dress ii wo did not today frequently meet with taMe. such figures in real life. Tho costume, I have noticed among tho early fall with much pretension to elegance, exgoods some that aro called painted silks. hibits most of the faults of tho modern Tho silk is generally pongee in dark or style of dre-It combines tho shocklight shades or black, with little clusters ingly decolletto feature with tho pinched of dots of a highly contrasting color waist, aud even tho hoopskirt of that apparently stenciled upon them. A black period was in recent danger of resurrecpongee had emerald green dots, three in tion. Ellen Sa.nsom. a cluster, and another had scarlet dots A Woman Purlliiuieuturlati. of seven one in the center a little larger Lilian Cole Bethel has compiled and than the others, and the six around it. It may bo that this is a clever device of published a "Compendium and Question printed silk, but it looks like painted Book of Parliamentary Law" for the u&e of clubs and organizations unfamilbilk. I saw a gowu that was being inado for iar with parliamentary usage. Sho has Fanny Davenport, and there were masses carefully prepared it from the standard of white camellias aud their green foliago works on the subject, such as dialling's, painted ou the rich grosgrain. Painted Robert's, Neely's and Smith's. The ner flowers of quito large sizo were also seen easary parliamentary programme foi on a pulo lilac silk, the flowers being small clubs and societies has been sim- - ing board, sending forth faint, sweet or two days. Pain 50c bottles for sale white lilacs and pale pink azalea. The ilified aud ananged in a way that will music. gilt, Stanford. e easily uudei stood. eilk seems to tako the paint without 8. liar-monic- "Do you know who the singer was?" asked Matheson. "No." freely, but potatoes unci all farinaceous "Well, 1 was the singer seeking comfood should be strictly avoided. The mistake should not be made of taking fort and hope in the song you heard." The tears came Into the soldler'seycs vinegar, save in moderation and with other articles of food, for in large doses as he thrust the money into Matheson's it will produce- inflammation of the hands, saying: "After what you've done for me, I inner coats of the stomach. To produce a gradual and lasting re- can't take it from you." Youth's Comduction in size diet is of the greatest panion. importance, and with this and mild aperienLs an unhealthy increase of On this doctors dou't disagree. It may adipose tissue may be prevented. To is generally be regarded sa an assured fact thnt the the stout woman exercise a burden, but begun in small doses delegates to the Pan American Conttiess and Increased gradually It will soon at Washington, who travel over the grow to be a pleasure and a benefit as Chesapeake k Ohio Railway will, with well, if she is really determined to re- one accord, praise its scenery and train duce her size. service. There is nothing in the way oJ E A rTjTncTa P P RO V A L. lovely mountain views and picturesque vallejsof the Virginian, to compare Little Tommy Didn't ltelleve In llldlajt with that through which the HIi Light I'nder a lluahel. He was a very, very little boy, and Ohio Uailrood passes. There he had come to school that morning is nothing of historic nature in America puffed up with prido because he had a as great aa a trip through the Virginias new accomplishment. "I can d'ess me all myself, now," ho said to the teach- and there is no otherA.railroad in America superior to the C. 0 in the smooth er, and her prnlso was unstinted. "I am very proud of a little boy who ness and stability of its tracks, the I". F. can dress himself," she said. "I'mMiru V. Vestibule Limited being one of the he will be a great comfort in school, famous trains of the world. The Chesahe can do so many things now, and lie peake & Ohio prtssen through Bull Run, is so anxious to do them well." Manassas aud other noted battle liulds Little Tommy drew u long breath of and h in all respects tho best route for delight and trudged off to hU seaL and South West Ho never meant to be naughty any the West, North-Wes- t to the National Capital. For copy of more: he was sure he never should be. But ulahl school grew tirosome and Virginia in black Hud white, free and Tommy fidgety. He forgot his reputa- full information regarding rates and tion and indulged in several remarka- train service, address C. B. Ryan. Assisble antics behind the teacher's back; then ho wus discovered and condemned tant G. P. A . Cincinnati, Ohio. to exile behind tho door. Spring Humors and Eczemas Time passed and Tommy was forgotten, but the committeeman drove up. are caused by Microbes in the blood. and while he was alighting, Tommy Take Stockton's Antiseptic; it kills Miwas remembered. The teacher hast- crobes and cleanses the blood of all imened behind the door to release hiin purities Itisvour own fault now if you suffer or allow your little ones to from discovery and disgrace. There ho stood, with nothing on but sutler when Stockton' AntiBepfc will his little shirt and his little shoes and cure it so quick. A. R. Penny has it. stockings. His eyes shone; his round A KEDcmoNin World's Fair rates by fjeo was smiling and eager. He looked up triumphantly, waiting for approv- the Queen A Crescent route. In addi al. He hud been praised once for a tion to the regular World'n Fair Excursimilar doed; why not again? excurrates we will sell "I can wid'ess me, too!" he cried, in sion good 15 dnys from date of sion tickets, glee. sale for return, at 15 less than the regu.Sun-li-t iuod and Keew Avrny .Moths. lar World's Fair rate. Theso tickets are A pleasant perfume and moth preventative is mudo of cloves, caraway cood uoing via either Cincinnati or seeds, nutmeg, mace, cinnamon and Louisville. Through care to Chicago, Tonquin bean&, of each an ounce. Add quick time, most elegant equipment. as much Florentine orris root as will Be euro and take tho Queen A Crescent equal tho other Ingredients. Put to- Route. For rates, schedules, Bleeping gether, grind all to a powder and put car reservations, etc., call on any agent In little bags among your clothes. oftheE.T. V. A G. Railway, Queen ICach fluent Welcomed with Music. &. Crescent Route or Louisville SouthA fashion among artistic people is ern R. R., or D. 0. Edwards, (!. P. A., tho hanging upon tho inside of the Cincinnati, Ohio. door a welcoming harp or orchal With every movement of the For lame back or pain in the side or chett try Chamberlain's door small metal balls hung upon latumting a piece of llannet with RfTtcted pans I'.iln llalut and binding onto the wires strike the strings of the sound- Thii treatment will cureitany ordinary cue in cne in every form. Green salads, watercress and asparagus may Iks taken Cbes-speakei- There nre two kinds of women in this world who are morbidly unhappy from what they choose to regard as nuture's Injustice to them. These two specimens are those who are cither extremely thin or who nre burdened with an excess of flesh. Tho former, however, though it may be treason to expose their little frauds, may help nature out by sundry pads and a fluffy style of dressing, but the stout woman, despite all her efforts to hide her undue corpulence, Is cousclous always that her But to such a flesh Is unwieldy. these there is only one method of actual reduction, and thnt is by a combination of diet and exercise. There is danger in an abnormal Increase of size, oa it brings other troubles In Its train, the more serious of which aro accumulations of fat around the heart and lungs. Mild aperients should be taken frequently, also stewed fnilLs. All alkalines nre valuable, and lemon Juice is desirable happy." his shoes were so worn that they dM not ketip hks feet from the mud. The r drew him Into conversaBT AHSORmOX. tion, cheered him by encouraging words, and gave him money to buy shoes. "I am not what I was yesterday," an 4th & swered the man, his heart openinir to St. LOCI SVI LLC, KY. Matheson's sympathy. "Last night I COLE ULDO. was tired of life and of thin blunderNmhvuu, Tin. oa BioNiHaMtM, Aia. ing siege. I took my musket and went down yonder, determined to blow out MBTSebd Iar ft p.., took frr. Testimonial my brains. As I got round that hlllook The I heard some one singing, 'How bright where Electropoiw will Cure many cie rl aiete rolhinc else will It ha woilrJ like a Kev Geo It. Means, these glorious spirits shine!' It recalled charm In my lanily Cotlngtun, Ky to me the Sabbath school where I used it ll cett Jiulv to atng It and the religious truths I had morel uundiful a wi.ndtrfulIt In.irumeiiti'nJ yet u as to how does Its work, it heard there. ' dors it TUGtheItriniey,h plow minuficlurer ol Sou "I felt ashamed of being such a cow- 11 he vttcran Louisville, Ky. ard. I said to myself: 'Here is a comWith the r.lectropo'sc hae cured dtipep)!, rade as Kidly off an I am, and he is not comtipation and Iier trouble, Ugnppe, he ache a coward he's bearing it!' I felt that toothache, bad coldt, rheumatism, nemalgis. colic and wonderlul, The reiulw that man had something which I did chult and fever I piles. stencurtd In are minutes Co have K II l.yle, Ihurchlll, Ky not possess to make him accept with cheerfulness our hard loL I went back I am seekiug to my tent, aud that thing which made the singer so Hlble-reade- (KMLtf 1 .1 r OISIGM PATIMTS, COPVMOHTe). soJ For Information and freoHandhooawrtta to , Sunn a cu, au bbqadwat. .new vuaav Oldest bureau for seeurtrur patenta In Amenta, Krery patent taken out toy ua la brrmcht tfors laa puUio by a wtioe given f re of cnargo In the ElXiW ItBJr CAVIATt. . TRAOI MARKf. ricutfic Jlmericntt Lan eet circulation of any acientlfle paper In tha world. Vplendldlr Illustrate!, No intetllttent man should be without iu WeeeTy. 3,t)B a yeari IJJOalt months. Addrtva atDNN A CU 301 Broadway, urn York Uty. f cures disease Without Medicine. Ji. TAKK - TIIK DiiBois&Webb 'liguttvim HlwaUalTaCmmoHtCS- - THE POPULAR AND DIRECT MNKTO. ., CHICAGO, ... And J 1 it, WEST mMn:iLwEST. peters And WORLD'S FAIR A, to-da- y Visitors, remember the Monon is the line, with Vestibule,! Trains, Dining Cars, I'alace Chair Cars, Cullman Duffel Mcepert, at lowest rates. r'or In form si ion address IAS IIARKF.K.r. I W O CKUSII,t. P Chicago. Louisville OR.J.S.APPLEMAN The Famous Specialist, A . To Visit Our City Professionally. An Excellent Chance for the Sick and Suffering. Farmers Bank&Trnst OY Co STANFORD, KY., busmen with Is now fully orgsnircd and ready lor FREE CONSULTATION, And ciaminatinii at h Private Parlors at the Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 'C 000. -- Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, 0 ct. 10 one day only, Returning every lour weeks during the year. SUCCESSOU to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANKOKD, Now closing up) with the same asssts and under ins same manseerneni. fly provisions of its chaiter, depositors are as ssaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas . S HrBBBBBallHalslsBBBBBBBBBBBBl fully protected ss ai depultors in Nstioesl Hanks, lU shareholders being held individually liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to tha amount invested In such shsrrs. It may act aa csecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully sn individual To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while messing lh Lincoln National Haak ol Stanford, we we here tender our man? thanks and trust ihcy will continue to transact their busineal with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience it banking and as liberal accommodations as are coalmen! with sound banking. I J J BBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBhattaaBBBBBBBBlai; DlKtCTOHS: ,jt r'?JjsssssssssUistJi bbbbbbbT ".bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV slaH JbbbbbbbTTbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK gsHat? bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hail, ntanfoiil; J S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Kwbry, Stanford; J K. Lynn, Sianlord; J. K. Cash, Stanford; . William Gooch, Stanlord j A. W. Carpenter. .Mlllclneville, Ky S, II. Shanks, President, J II Owsley. Cashier, W. M Iliight, Teller. Ir I)r Applrman, formerly of New permanently located in I oiimvillr, Ky , Is a graduate of Itellevuc Hospital Medical (.ollego, New York City, the most notable Institution of its kind In Amrr c. Me has mailo a special study of the VoiV-.no- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, And chronic Iise4tia in the erest Itellevuc and Chaiiu Hospitals, Niw ork Cay, and there- Attention of the public is invited to the fac sui'i. hi inn experience are many pnenominal cures all over the Slate. He successfully treats that this is the only National lUnk in Stanford Under Capital Stock-..Surplus - $200,000 21,300 Acute and Ohionic Catarrh, throat. Iiniii, stomach, liver, kidney, ur nary rod bladder, nervous protralicn, di.ibetrs, dyspepili, constit.itiiiri, ilivumatisin, paralysis, epilepsy m Hi morn ids, Jules, cured miiliont kiillr No lit pain a d i o ditcntimi frrm wcrlr. KintliiK in ran, deafness diseases i f tlio eye, ear, first-clae- s Young ;u d Middle Aged Men suff trine from spermatorihea and Impitincy as the result nt sr.f.sbuse in )duthrr ce i mature y rfrs arul other cimes producing oie of the following effects uch a emissious, blotihet, debility, iervnusni, duilncfs, confusion uf Ideas, av.rs on to scciety, defective mrnnny and sexual exhaustion which unfits the victim for busiiiers ur narriage.ae prm.uiei tly cured by remedies cot Injun us. the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor an smount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. rive sworn statements ol thecondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addililona snd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In iSjB, then ned aa the National Hank ol Stanford 111 reirgan 1S65 and again the first National Hank of Stanford in iSSa, has had practically an uninterrupted rxistenceof it cars. It is bettir supplied now with tacilitles for transacting busiuesa prompt Iy and liberally than ever before iu its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sollc-ted. Blood and Skin Disease. Ac Ctvtihlli.. rmfiiln. islnrftiea fit.. ' ' cured by never failing remedies wueitctrj. women, tucn at i.eucorrhea, ralnlul The Directory ol this Hank is composed Foresus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; ol J. W.IIayden, Stanford; S.H. Haughman.'Lincoln; J. S.Hocker. Stanford;! ( W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Klinore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M. J .Miller. Me. Vrrnan. S. Hockci, Preildent; John J, McRoberts, Cashier; A A McKinney, Assistant CasHtr. Halm alio cures rrrumitlim. by W II. McKobertu, Diu. down pains In back, relieved In short time. The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepsred to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases. . It, undertakes mi incuriM iliu... k... hundreds given up to die. Correspondence solicited Address J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D. Louisville, Ky, Write for Health Journal, free. J. 1 - aJi t t UfHgmmmn sssiyisasa Qi np 5 Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Kv.,.SKITEMIIEIl Pay your account. Dwki.i.ino for A. H. Penny. U.ROBERTSON &BRO. Danville, -:- runt, Joe F. Waters. iTANFOKD, '., in tho jewelry line cheap 1893 for cash at Pennv'8. KvKitYTiiiNO 2STE"W" FAJLIL All 6 E. C. Walton, MEANS Business Manager BUSINESS. New Intof "Zeigler boots nud ahoea just received at S. II. Shanks'. 10 OrOOIDS -- MY- P - Jkssk Tiiomtson, our clever lonsorinl Knd, artist, after a week's illness, is at his post Hawkins, of tho West again. wiw beroTucflday. m mm I V. Si'kkckii, of Lancaster, was in Youn account is ripe, ready and waitYou have doubtless heard a great deal about hard times lately. town yestcsday. ing. Please call and settle. W. H. Wear-e- n & Co. merchants, having failed to collect any July accounts and not Caiuioi, Haii.kv has been quite eick Most but is now out again. caring to increase them, have bought almost nothing new for Fall Foil Rent. Oflice room in CommerDit. W, W. Buit.ssinu, of Harbour ville, cial Hotel Building, Main street. Apply sell for cash and merely used the hard times cry to beat down was in town Tuesday. Now we Hluaii Cokkkv, of Liberty, was witb to A. 0. Sine. prices in New York. It did the work well and we have bought goods Every week from now on wc will show allSthc new things out. frienda here thin week. The people are gutting great bargains cheaper than ever before and have an Muse Julia I'kyton has engaged in a at Penny's in watches, clocks, jewelry Hcautiful Hop Sackings, Jacquards, Whip Cords, 6-Broad Cloths, millinery in Louisvillo. and silverware. Hennrietta's in Cotton Mixtures, All Wools and Silk Warps, in all Miw. Jok F. Watkks and children aro NKXT'Friday, Sept. '22, is tho last day the new shades of Royal Purple, Golden Brown, Hunters Green, visiting relatives in Boyle. fjr filing claims against the county. G. Blacks, Heliotropes. &c, &c. The melancholly days are upon us and Mn. Joseph Cokkky and wife are visit- B. we must prepare for the chilly blast. Cooper, clerk. ing reiativcain Richmond. Mn. Gkorok W. Stkpiik.sh went to A cioon surrey and pbu'ton, newly Lebanon Juunction Tuesday. painted, for sale at John B. DeXardi's Will II. Shanks left Tuesday for Lex. carriage paint shop. ington to enter Kentucky University. I)h. II. a veterinary sur To show you. In- Cait. J. W. Thomas, of Indiana, is geon whoWilliams,understand his busiseems 10 visiting his sister, Mrs. Alice Newland. hns located here. Come to us and wc will do both and do it at Hard Times prices. A 1. Hl'hnh is in the West Knd visiting ness, Come and look, it will do you no harm and if you wont buy of us it relatives and taking a little recreation. It is hot again and still very dry, with J. T. Halktt, section foreman on the no promise of rain and assurance of may help you to get a better bargain from some one else. I never knew a man to sell anything he had without showing it. So come and H , X., I. A II., h at home for a few days. warmer weather . A look. No trouble to show goods. Mits F.dihk Adams, of Danville, is visMips Annie Hale and Mrs. Spink- Rowland can hardly be called a dead iting We have some things to close at prices that will make the auction Our remnant counter is still attractive. Our Shoes are the fMiw. Amok N'kwlano, of Crab Orch- town with three new stores beginning ashamed. ard, was down for u short while yester- business in less than two week's time. best ever offered at the prices. Our Furnishing Goods, Rugs and You will find us ready with hundreds of new colors and wcavis. We day. Xo new cases of diphtheria have de- Clothing willl be both profitable and Interesting to you. We handle 'Wafie," "Lou . show fifty styles in Novelty Dress Goods, such a Mn. J.T. Hacki.kv, Mieats Mattie and Standard Patterns and their Magazine at 50c. the best thing printed. hear. Hop sick, l.uior cijccks aim nuny outer new weaves ai an Sallio Hackley left for Chicago yester- veloped and as far aa wo can fearful Those Fuller," epiwho are aHected with the prices from $1 to 52.50 per yard. All of these come one dress of a day demic are improving. Ittvs. Hen Hui.m and V. A.Slaymak- . kind. In piece goods we have complete lines of Sergos, Cork Screws, er are attKiiding Presbytery at Lawrence-burg- . Foil Bent. A cottngo of three rooms, Wool Satim, Hroad Cloths &o Wo offer 3S inch all wool novelty kitchen and cellar, wtth good cistern; sitIn regular 50c gooiN Kiiank Jonkh ruturned this week from uated on Lancaster street. Inquire at Dnss Goods at the World's Fair and reports a grand Higgins it Watts' coal otlice. time. ANDWiTiioiTadoubt Danks tho Jeweler Win. Wai.i.ack, who hns beau braking has the newest, neatest and nobbiest 011 an Indiana road, returned home line of watches, jewelry, etc.. in Stan Prices to suit the people. A i.ettkii from Hustonville states that ford. Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. aged Mrs. America Hailey is again the Ssvkiial members of our band spent quite sick. Tuesday very pleasantly picnicing with o inch Serge at Mit-, We have Surges in all qualities from a fine imported Hosi: L. Jones is visiting relatives the Junction City band boys on the Serge at Si. Whip Cord and Cork Screws in va. and friends at Lexington, I'aris and Hanging VjOc up to Fork near Hright's Mill. riots quAlilias from 75c to $1.35. Henriettas at 50c, 75c and 90c for Winchester. Titosi: hustling Danvillo merchants are Coi.kman Mykhh has gone to Hustonbest. Alma Cloth, Velours, Kip Suptra, Rip Stripes, Ottamans, to spend a few days with bis sister, again to the front with some good readDecidedly the largest ville Poplins, and other new weave at 85c nritl Si. ing. Head their "ad" in this issue and Mrs. Mollie Dever. Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. , line in Cvntrnl Kentucky. Mi hi Hn.NA Coi' ins has returned from see whom we have reference' to. a ph'SMiut and protracted visit to relaThk tare at the jail does not seem to tives at Greensburg. imgrove I)r. Williams' manners. He Mas. I'. 1'. Ni'N.ski.i.ky ban returned writes us that anybody who says he went Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky, le from u lengthy viiit to relatives in to jail because be could not get bail is a and Winchester. liar. We suppose therefore that he is in Mil. 1) M. Chkihiiton, of Kingsville, tho calaboose for his health. nud sin, J. H. Creigbton, of Lexington, : Some excitement was caused Wednes paid hh a call Wednesday. day by Mr. II. J. Darst's horfe, which Mm. John W. Ionian ban gone to Cameron Mineral Springs, Ind.. with the hop was hitched to a buckboard, running Clocks, $2. so. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. speed. Walnut anc Oak Kight-Dadown Main street at a break-necof being cured of his ulcers. damage was done and it was not loug Hknry Tbayi-ou- , Muwiih. Prices knocked silly on A. G. T. No is hard to ay which will be most used, Velvets, lilack Hraid or It and F. K. Tribble. three old bach- before Mr. Darst returned driving the together with Fancy Silks, and a great Smith are taking in SfttitM. AH are liberally Hery steed. elors, the World's Fair. (krd of narrow Jet to use in connection with Velvet and Silk. Our Si Mk. II. F. Jo.Niwand wife left yesterTin: pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Velvet this season h same na was Si. 23 in the Spring. Mack Hraids day morning 011 a visit to Lexington ami George Green, of Junction City, Miss in Silk, Wool ,uul Mohair, in Plaiif, Cor- North Midillotown. They drove thro'. inch to Cora, aged about IS, was adjugod inwe linve in And anything in my line. Don't forget the place. Mn. Sam C. Laikky, alter a pleasant sane yesterday and will be taken to the colors in Silks ded, Purl edge and Serpentine, prices 5c to 50c. All visit to his relative; and many friends asylum to day. A fall from a horse is and Satin. Our here left Tuesday for his home in Atlan supposed to have been the cause of the ta. sad atltiction. Mn. J.S. Lkitii, tho excellent travelfor the least money, and bring the cash W. II. Thayloii shipped last week to Come and git the best goods ing pasreiigur iient of the (. & C, was with you. of whisky valued here Monday night iu the interest of his Cincinnati a Ho has lots more left and it is at S,000. road. said to bo the very tinest made. It is Mil. ami Mum. T. S. F.vititis, of Lancasleft ptsterdav for Arixotia, where Mr. hard to beat Henry when it comes to We have in now v 5 new garments omb. icing all the new shapes ter, has been pivon a government po- making whisky or anything else, as far Furria as that is concerned. prices S2 to .i.15. We bought them very clieap ami will sell tlicm at sition. Tom MfCK is back from the wild and one third less than same grade of Cloaks were last year. Earabout Mit. J. F. Mooiik tells us that his son, ly is the time to buy, as assortment now comprises fully 100 styles all wooly West tlioroughly satistiwl that Mack, who shot John Hamlin at Junc"be it over e humble, there's no place tion City had never even spoken to the s new this season. Infant' and Children's Cloaks we make a specialty like home." 5 woman in iiuestiou, and that the trouble and Jackets at every price from of and show largo lines ol long Cloaks Miss 1.ILI.IK Coi'i.TBit, of Ureenville, was brought about by Hamlin's jealousy OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Texas, and Miwi Kva Keynolds, of Si 5 A up to Si 5 Moore went before over the woman lavorwl this olllco with a cull the grand. jury at Danville but it failed Wednesday. Everything in the grocery line Call and see them before-buying- . to indict him. Mas. Suk Hoi.mks, of the Kidt Knd, Q for sale cheap. ThK public school, Prof. C. II. Holmes, was w passenger on Tuesilay'a train on Lewieburg to visit her daugh- principal, and Miss Cettie Thurmond, as route to sistant, is progressing splendidly and So ter, Mrs. Annie Miller. after spend- pupils are now enrolled. The teachers Mks. Oi'Iikma Tiiomi-so.vAre better than ever and we expected them to be higher, but cash ing the uiimmer with her sisters, Mi?. K. are very thoughtfully taking all prevail -customers were scarce in New York and we secured about 50 Capes T. Itochestor and Mrs. U. A. Lackey, re- tions against diphtheria coming into their school and sulphur and Hsafietida very cheap. We offer genuine wool steal Capes at S7.50, never sold turned to Louisville Tuesday. pays that Mr. T. can be smelt almost a hundred feet oil'. full 33 inches long at Si 5. Inst Tun before under Si 2. Fine Fur Capes W. Higgius has recovered from his ill- Tiik large number of friends that folyear were $22. 22 inches Corny Fur Capes at $5. ew chuh1 by excitement on account of lowed Mr. LeKoy 1). Ganirr's remains to his liuine6s houu catching riio. the last resting place in Buffalo Cemetery Is KecciYing Hi3 Mhh. Ci.KMMKiitoN ami her handsome Tuesday, tettitled to some extent the daughter, Mrs. UIhiicIio Sweeney, of high esteem in which that gentleman : : Liucnster, wont to louiswll Tiiemlay was held. It would be hard to tlnd a ami are guesU of Miss Leo Kahlurt on more honorable, upright, christian genGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give ue call. Gtb;Street. tleman tl'nn Mr. Garner was, Bnd siuoly best Pacific Mills Comfort Caliao. pretty young a good man is now gcMisa Mamie Mooiik, the 5c reaping tho reward of lady who will preside in Mrs. Dudde-nir'- a a well spent life. best Indigo Blue Calico. 5c millinery this season, returned yes. Unbleached Sheeting. 15c io-- fine isheritl John II. terday from Indianapolis and louisvillef 22lAc 104 Lockwood Bleached Sheeting, worth "30 cants. Catron, of Knox county, and three of his where sho purchased a full stock for her. ' . deputies placed in jail here Wednesday cQuart Bottle Iloyt's Ammonia. t Sam Mollargup, who killed Dsputy Sher- Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st ; wareroom, paint CITY AND VICINITY. lluch Towels 19x36 inch. 20c Hemstitch iff Saddler at Corbin some l.S months Comforts with ruffle. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Mivkd spices at A. A. Warren's. S4 down filled Satteen at.o. The prisoner'! friends bad threat&c. ens! to take him from jail and he was 1,000 regular 25c Hooks, Novels, liOwuhT prices. Danks, tho Jeweler. io'c, 650 regular 50c cloth bound Books. brought her for safe keeping. McIIarguc Xkwest uootls. Dunks, the Jeweler. js a good looking young fellow undone A specialty. CoTSign Work, artistic and plain. We guarantee . . would not easily bulievu him guilty of satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. work to give Stylish orticles. Danks, tho Jeweler. waylaying and" killing an ollk'er iof the CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky The people's Jewelry store is Danks's. Jaw. Mite. W. . Kentucky. Huy your school book and school supplies oi nil kiridn at A. It. Penny's. Full stock of school hooka and school supplies at W. 13. McKoberts'. Watciikb, clocks and jewelry repaired . and warranted. Kngrnving a specialty, Goon business and good stand in Stanat A. It. Penny's. ford for sale. Apply at this oflko. The soda water ayrtips at A. It. l'en-ny- H are made with pure fruit juices and Wanted day boarders; can furnish are delightful. Try them. room for one. Mrs. Kato Dudderar. PERSONAL POINTS. Lost. years. A light brown coat for a boy of Return to this oflice. WINTKS In. Come and See. rl jfy Goods are- - H. J. McROBERTS. THE GREAT Openin gBeg 4 m Immense : Stock : Hard Times will not Keep You Warm Dress Goods -- to-da- HUGHES & TATE. -- 2c, DEUG& BOOK! Compounded BLACK GOODS 52-inc- yen-terda- y. . s h SCHOOL : SUPPL8ES. Prescriptions Carefully Wo Bo MCtiBcDBIimilTO;, nt?DCQ Tfrimmififte ij Lou-nvil- CYCLONE REDUCTIONS k y ud, Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, . HKW CLOAKS anks, The Jeweler, T3CS BEST MADS. car-lou- ) d BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, WATER COOLERS FARRIS & HARDIN. H.G.RUPLEY, Mc-Kinn- ey. , Courier-Journa- l ftewfawSM AND: WINTER A'CJSTIIT, Housekeepers' Goods. FALL GOODS. m FohSAr-rCi:EH- NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL Pro'rs. House Painting and Paper Hanging 1 lL B. Robertson & Bro. 4 isvy ' 9 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A KINDERGARTEN PIONEER. THHOUGU SLEEPING OAKS VIA 1110 FOUR R00TK TO T1IK WORLD' r AIR. WALLACE E. TARNON, to the olllec of Conn ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic party. Is n candidate for Tor Sal or Rent. ss first-cla- States MRS. EUZABETII ROBIXSON ABnOTT. Government Food Report. The Q. & 0. and L. was preferablo to shop work and other fare rate to Versailles ROYALtBAKINGJPOWDER CO., employments usually chosen before 106 We all love comfort, especially when A Fine Bluo-CraFarm Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. traveling, and what a great comfort it is AT Within one mileof .Stanford, containing 100 acret; to be able to take a sleeping car at your W. GIVENS to acres corn land Improvemeuls $i! IMCR, YiCtVK IX VDViVNCT own homo which runs right through to Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, sub- Electric lights and water in house and barn The best hotel the city the only one with so paid S2.SO will be charged V When not Apply to KT ROCMKSTKK. Ky a sample room forIndrummers andKspecia attention Chicago without change and lands ject to the action ol the Democracy, Stanford, to the Iravrllng public Kales Jj. ness to Mrs. Elizabeth R. Abbott, who has been an activo educator for the past passengers at the entrance gate of tho O. P. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. World's Fair without a single 10 years. She was n pioneer in kinder- great Taac-Fayor- a. garten work in Connecticut. Mrs. Ab- change or transfer of any kind. How Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol the Democratic party He would appreciate jour The iiiideisigned have for sale 40 Train mm Rowland at 7:00 a. in., returning bott was born in Lowell, Mass., in 18o2. can this bo accomplished? Why Bituply vote e r.wet and so llucks imported and bred by at 3:10 p. m. In girlhood sho becauio a tlisciplo of by asking your local agent (or a ticket Cecil, of lloyle. No finei or better bred Mieep In the Mate. L. & H. LOCAL TIME CARD. 'P"'"1 fciizanetn l'eabody and intended to at prescribed 4 via the Big Four Route, which is abso l"t.leiViT1"e 'VT Plointmeiitt Sheriff O. V by the JOHN M. JOHNSON liKVKUlcr&COOi'KK S'ew her .Ssnford, Ky. Mail train going North... t every Saturday. I j pm method of eueriiies to tho IdndnrcrnHen lutely the only line running through It Candicate for Attestor or Lincoln county ..r.ii..".,nC " " teaching. Her father, W. S. South ..tljpm .,. ..if..r. ''"Wl ,,'."" 9'rh"an, .tall ,, times and subject to the action of the Democratic party. "'"'T on.ee Exprett train " South .. mi.., yiMinUrff 11 JI pm n,i.r as of. Robinson of Lowell, died, leaving her sleeping cars in connection wfth the E. ten as advertised by Sheriffs official " " North ,.31 am without resources before 6ho e T., V. & G. Railway and Queen & Cresh..',Cerde,i'd o 36 m Lical freight North " had fitted r,.''?,.V.f ,5?" ui A. n ' South. ..207 pm herself for self snpnort. and sho ensraced cent Route direct to the World's Fair will sell Millinery tiivat tolor tasetthii Jl "i Th latter trains alto carry passengers. aswehaj, heretofore dene; all ' Miccessively in various callinirs until sho Grounds and landing passengers con Is a Candidate for Sheriff or Lincoln county, tub. The above it calculated on standard time Solar ject to the action of the Democratic patty. AT UNUBUALLY LOW PRICES nue.Uw I'""' cof"'"nce to the"tZ eTr! whni.tw 4me it about jo minutei fatter. drifted into Mrs. Shaw'a charity kinder- venient to the World's Fair Hotel Disgarten and nursery in Boston. Mean- trict. Through Sleeping Car leaves Mads advertl.,.1 For the rest of theseasou ik., fin' "" '.'."'P"'" Call and save money. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. .............. ....... Aspleidld line ol Ladies' Underwear and Hos- fin. ...... i ,...i. whii.ii now etisls "once, t ine lu"..V:i."" makes ab- while she had taught a country school solo l.ly nectary that I collrct every 11:15 a. m., Atlanta 2:10 r. m., Rome iery kept constantly on hand. and "boarded round" in Maine, had kept con Is a candidate the 8oi ta.es as can not espect that dollar Iron! Trains past Junction City as follows: MISSLICCIE HEA7.LF.Y. 1:55 r. m., Chattanooga 7:25 v. i,, and ar- the democratic for Jailer, subject to the action or the Hanks which his party Stanford, Kr No. t , Vestibule Limited, 11.50 a private school, tried bookkeeping aud lenient with the ta. pavers. Please profit l,r "hi Chicago 5:15 r. m., Ask for tickrives at a. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, j.5? a. m,; No. 5., learned to set typo. and settle at once. Kpspecttniir. New Orleans Ksprc, 13 j a. m ; No. 7., Local, Her position in Mrs. Shaw's institu ets via Big Four Route and for further G. V. J.N. MKNrT.K,.s L C. a 40 p. B. 12.1a p. m.; .o. 9 , mue urais vtMlDuie, M. tion was nominally that of "second information address D. B. Martin, Gen It a Candidate (or Jailer, subject to the action ol Carriage North bound. -- No. a, v'ettibule Limited, 6.48 but tho duties proved to bo eral Passenger Agent, Cincinnati. Painter and Trimmer, the Democracy, p. m.; No. 4., Fast Mail, a. 33 p. m ; No. 6 , Chiga-rTHE P. 0. MILLINERY. Limited, t.17 a. m , No. 8 , Local, a.55 a. in..; thoso of a kitchen maid or cook, yet it All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and reNo. to, Klue Grass Special, 6 am. The Queen & Crescent and Louisville paired In style Plain and ornamental 91. EL.KIN, Signs. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanrate Southern will make a round-triCall at the room and tee the Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action ship and price Shop on main street. over.Wm. of 1 fare to New Orleans on account of of the democracy. Iaughry' blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky and the meeting of the colored Knights of Pythias Supreme Lodge, Sept. Stock COAL Of Millinery In town, 1 he goods and prices arc Tickets on salo 22 to 27 on certificate Of Rowland, Minfotd and Vicinity" Is a Candidate far bound to please you, plan. Solid vestibuled trains run to of the Democratic Attestor, subject to the action W rsfsv party. lo MRS I' T COURTS. Having made arrangements with the Katt Ten New Orleans from Cincinnati in 20 newe Jell.coCoal Co.. I am now nrenared to sell you Jelllco Coal at the lowest possible mar hours. It is 04 miles the shortest line. D. gin I find that by paying cash and telling for These roads have been named as the Is a candidate for caxh can sell much cheaper, so comu and sev me to the office of As how buy your official route of the I. O. 0. F. for the sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the and see ol this little money will the market Winter supply Coal, the best on av a. democratic party. ms?: . ya. rzs?c. South, on account of their ' 1 hanking you (or past favors and soliciting a NICHOLAS II.LK, Jessamine County, Ky.. train S?, ! ciniiouance 01 same, I am LsW youis, ViS:.J Fa equipment and quick service, elegant S D ADAMS, Rowland. ssv mfsss M Frr sta .2hsfiBiBHBHBHBHBS'te time and they will sell tickets cheap to ! JIBsofufely ac:nt, It candidate D. S. the I. 0. 0. F. demonstration in Chica- thea democracy far Jailer, subjectto the action ol tsiVsMtsivsivss Ask agent for rates. Room , Farmers Kschange IUnV go, Sept. At the old stand ol J. II. Green, in Choice of routes via Cincinnati or LouisA cream of tarter baking powHustonvillo, - - Kentucky, Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacville. W. C. Rineareon, general passen la a candidate for Jailer, subject to the der. Higest of all in leavening action of Would be glad to tee hit numerous Iriendt and the old Jcfferaonlan democracy. ger agent, Cincinnati. co Farms in the Blue-Gras- s strength. Latest United Published Evory Tuesday and Friday -- Career of n Woninn of I'ltirk, Tnlent nd Great Usefulness. Tho kindergarten Bystciu of tho Connecticut valley ntul a largo contiguous region in western ilnssachusotta and KI101I0 Island owes much of its useful- Tka Tlorono Sot si, JELLICO. TKNNKSSKE. JAMES 5J-t- u HUFFMAN For Salo. TO All (Iran-vill- do-vo- te ,P"y J. GIVENS TO THE LADIES. 1 -- ,.-- "-- '" t H?k-Pi- U.-nsr- ! .....:" Vr.". DINK FARMER DEBORD C I South-bound- .- JOHN nrtt-cla- DcNARDI, o p F. poat-off.- 25-3- 0. m Esvsv m W99K 'Hr JNO. BRIGHT TO Largost BURNERS BostSoloctod E. KENNEDY, 1 mmsrw ran jrtTLC ili. J. T. FARRA, : aviixvriv Pure t'.i3iiiMiVSSi?E' APfetlS-5.kv first-cla- ss tesix-ctrult- W.L.DAWSON, so-i- m CARPENTER, m mm 23-3- 0. well-know- n vs JOHN BAILEY, S. announce a one 27-2- 8 on account of JOHN B. M ERSHON Wall St., New York. tBHip A. S. PRICE, SUROKON DENTIST. Cfiiceover McRsberts Drue Store 'Owsley Building. Stanfsrd inthe n C. D. POCTEIrX, GETERAL STORX, LOGAN AVENUE, Stanford, 0 wn. : : Kentucky, Always'sells goods lower than anyone else in New stock of Fruits every Friday. 1 win open on January 16th, 1S53. a Firtt-Cla- ti Dairy, from which I can tupply any quantity ol Jersey milk, to the people of Mantord and How-lan- d at the following prices, delivered : so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon Skimmed Milk, por gallon 10 cents Scenta .flutter Milk, per gallon Twill make two trips dally. The patronage ol the (public is solicited. G. A. I'HV l'O.V, r. Manlord, Ky .I J NoticBtothe Traveling ...... I have had Public. Tb.o Sb.elton House, At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and iave in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night; anight -- ixtn liave fashion wus replaced by tho present soft RT.n WM.f " "" ,oU J.f.7lU "', H'nrord .'and frills ami furbelows, a universal cry of ' '"", "JM" S3e'wV. Crnir Tim stock embraces cter) thing and jubilation arose from tho newspapers HIROINS A WAITS. announcing that now women would beOtic. come onco more as sweetly feminine and THE ir not told entire, I w uM dispose ol portions ol helpless as in tho Miss Burney days, the slock at reasonable figures liise me a call P. B. RILEY, Proprietor. when they swooned at tho slightest prov MKS. ANNIKWHAY IIKl'CK. ocation, iroin which wo may infer that Kentucky. a London, AND LINCOLN COUNTY woman's character is as protean as her 'I has e moved to my new Hotel and am better garments. Thinking you lor v.ur liberal patronage rr Ice prepared than ever to accommodate the public This netlce forewarns hunters, fishxrinic and I...... It.. However, if the newspapers had Good Livery attached and every convenience de "'I'wi'uuy rrquest us continuance . Vi. ' others list ta trespass on our lands without per me a can. sired, uive Indeed I espect all iu fitopped in their headlong joy to reason mission, as all suvh will be prosecuted to the full uc the FRANK RILEV. 77 est cstentol the law. Signed upon tho subject, perhaps tho ptosject M. i.ACKOWl IV. 1 I Nr.WI.AND. MANUFACTURED ICE, ILST of a revival of the Evelina typo would ZE3I. V. H. HAVS not have seemed such matter for gratu-latioO C LYON For the, reasons I irst. It is ma by If a woman onco begins to be ROWLAND, KY, KRKDHAt'MANN in.t.tutloi, Second the Ire .. absolutely home R I. Will IK. helpless, there is no telling where, she chemically pure, being made from si.ring ",. MRS M A MARTIN. HARDWARE, l"ch It irst distilled and then cart IN CROCERIES, DEALER will stop. It is ery nice indeed to have fill J I. IIKCK. before being rr.uen 1 hird, Artificial(ullr will J Ice T C IIA 1.1. much longer than pond Ice. rourth, an epidemic H as moved into his newttore at the junction of u pretty woman tumble- to cross a fallen I'KTKR IIA I. MICK pikes log in the woods the Stanford A. 1'rabOnh.ud and dunnit the r .. .,., , and noih- without n man's assist... '. or iprKta ,h , disease as at Rowland and It now letter than ever prepared ance. But if sho Impure water or,,Mnlcc Fifth, it will faints dead away in Ice. to please the trade ill both bel tlio middle of a aero field when a STOort oir 00 us, ;irticjcs5. bull is beginning livelower his head and Delivered Regularly and Punctu-ftl- l to I have bought above mentioned" Hotel at J. II. SOWDER Etc. He has recently added greatly to his stock raise his tail her dependent condition ii V H. MILLKIt. t your Doors Ihc finest fruit belt or New Mesico. No fall aud have attached a loss by bad debts nd having no rent to pay and no urc in crops under irrigation ir properly attended Then tho ability & SOWDER, Us ery morning at the following can sell you good, rheaper thjn any body. Call not quite so pleasant. MILLER Iia to. All fruits grown iu California can be grown Prices First-Clos- 3 nnd get his prices befere buying 57'y to kilt her petticoiitiea and run is a qualorangct Bar and Fool Room. In New M.kIco, eiceptacre 011 and lemons. For 100 pounds or over Land from Jjc id J jo per 10 cart' time, at 40C per hundred ity more likely to bo appreciated by her on ur address. Have repaired and 'refurnished the Hotel and 6 per cent. For jo pounds to 100 ,,r .... 1...1 escort. K. C. MOKCiAN, I I) S., am better than ever For IO t JO fOUIldl . V,...l I rv Stanford, Ky. Tho public need never have feared that No less than 10 poundtidelivered. Prepared to Accommodate the Dealers and Brokers. heljilefasness was a lost art, for tho Having purchased the 10 K. IIMKMKK - KENTUCKY Public. typo has not become extinct by STANFORD, A H0F.SE STOLEN. any means. It was flourishing like the I Special attention Commercial Men. : Office Intcnoi Journal Building green bay treo in retired nooks and cor I'. W. GKEKN, Proprietor. $25 JOF. CARSON, Manager. Of J W Ramtev, lam increasing the stock as ners during tho very height of tailor SALE. reign and athletics. There uow eiists a f it as postlble and will soon luve it My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has On tho night ol August it, 1893, a Horse, Just re nnd Harness wrre stolen from my stable in her Par- woman who, prevented by their mother ..c .iiiTic 1. x v..icsnui rnirrei, di4inuiu, Irom marrying her lover in Fine blue Grass Farm ol 333M acres on pike youth, about ten years old, white in face, about 15 hands was wedded to him when about CO years and finely trnpuveu high, while feet, bad wind pull on right hind leg; ALL OF THE NOVELTIES ne nucKuoaru lias orucr. rai.icr Offered Call at my store on Lanciiter street and I will old. Sho still wore tho banded hair and 1. Farm ol 100 aires, finely Improved. springs, red running gear with black body, Or the . r.ieke it to your interest to trade with me dove colored, full skirted dresses that at low price teain, of hich the will have lull control 1 he llutch collar harness nearly new, She also engaged a I will give trj reward lor recovery of the prop. had gone out of date years ago, and sho 3 100 acres suhurban property, good land, can M F KLKIN, erty. W.C. HUTCHINCS. was, oh, so delightfully helpless and de- be divided into to .n lots; good house. Firt-01asDress-Make3 5 Stanford, Ky. : pendent! Her husband camd home one A G. Lanham 4. Fine Ulue Grass Farm, excellently improved, John H. Caslleman. bufn?l!iV"n,ocmr,,oe.k r your'dresses. winter day and found her half frozen ou pike, ioj cre s. belore Vur JlcVe past "ler tor und crying, without a spark of fire in I hanking you favort wa toliclt same, or 14s ncret, near R. R. nation Good J. Farm the house. Tho servant had left in tho blue grata land; tin til tenant house. MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. morning, and the fire had gone out, and 6. A rarm ol 310 acres; mokerately improved &ft?llTl although there was abundant fuel tho and well located near pike. Offered at a greit SZX'O JAMES YEAGER. ti .JTi'V-THOMAS YEAGER. mistress did not know how to build a burgatn. fire, and so was compelled to sit in the 7. Ulue Grass Farm of 13a acres, on pike. Is ! cold until her husband returned and lalrly Improved. mmmm fft- ZK-- il ss. M. - as tT - ." brought his vigorous mind to bear on 8 to is. Town lots In Stanford In areas to suit tho case. purchasers FSD AND SALS STASU, J MA If pirturesquo incapability should 11. Fifty acret or knob Und 3 miles from Stan 11 F Wl AZV 'iitt.t ' uw really prevail again in all its mighty in- ford, STANFORD, E.Y. ertiaof which there is no probability-cert- ain 14. Ten acret of knob land on pike 7 milet from MANAGERS, pera serious disadvantages may Stanford. vuh J IJ that are now hidden under the rufCommerce Building, Louisville of knob land wltn bouse, acret ij Thirty-tw- o fles and rosebuds, and thu from fctanrord. on pike, jJi milet tir Agents tbrcug tout the South, AT Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt ...aj ue regreuo.1, Wllen a woman Winds ,6 Forty acret or improved knob land on lluck her watch, keeps her appointments, an- - Creek. personal attention given to repair Jes3e Thompson's Barber Shop, Havibfcn rurchaied.nd nothing .... k... ..... , urn juts will Itavu hi liable. ' ,:. . .....ii..,. work. ... uumjhcss loners .. One call will convince you 'ITiere are three ol the hett Uarbers W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agront, n.cio.husband instead -and nnnrwn) i'..s,wmsvu imriv.inire ui Iter in the Slate of meri'lv ndorint? mill, dwelling and other improvement en pike, that this is th'e place There are alto excellent Hath Rooms run in cm. to trade. kSTANKORD, KY. miles irom aiauioru nim Kate Charm nection. Agent for Lexington Steam Luundiv meets all trains. lu connection with House alto one o( the best Mineral wells in the Mali and for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs O. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrt. Floyd In- Rram, tnn, Jenn . A. A. warren, aiamora, ut. O. F Proctor, C II. Braum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Johnson, Rates i per Wew Haven, llm Cox, Greensbure. Jay. J. M. Petrey. clerk. Give me a call 5&oiy I. W CARRIER, Prop. seven boxes of Hucklcn's Arnica Salve and his Speaker, Catawba, and Tliej Still Kiltt In Their l'lcturetqun In. leg is sound large well' John on Ins leg; doctors fever sores O., had five One bottle of Klectric said he was incurable cnpulillltles. Arnica Salve ri c Hitters and one When tho estri'ino of tho tailor inruie cured him entirely box llucklen's Penny, drug. Sold by A. R of the Orphan Brtnade, housework by ambitions girls. Mrs. the MRS. F DUNN, 1) Shaw's manager became ! in with special train from Lexington at H. the "second assistant" and helped her to a. m. on the 27th. roads will TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, W. W. HAYS, means anu leisure Tor study, even sup- sell tickets to Cincinnati KIRK AND STORM 7 at Ij Is candidate AND I'lANO. plying money for her tuition and excus- fares for the round trip, on account of thea demociacy. tor jailer, subject to the action ot ing her certain hours a day from houseSTANFORD, KKXTl'CKt. the Young Men's Institute Meeting of hold labor. ... Representing , Sight- Chorus Miss Robinson entered a kindermirrpn Grand Council. See agents or address nuuuing Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action ol college and graduated in 1883. She has W. E. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati. the demociacy. Session commences Sept 6, but pupils can enter studied and waited seven years for the Manchester, of Manchester, Knfj.; Keop at Hand. anv t.tue A Good Thing to luinument or her hopes and was enabled Krom the Troy, Kas., Chier: Some years ago Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; SAM M. to put her liard earned experience to im- we were very much subject to severe spells or chol. . STANFORD. mediate use. She had taught somo in era morbus; and now when we reel any symptoms Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subIns. Co. of North America. such assickucss the charity schools of Boston aud was that usually preceed that ailment,we become scary. ject to the acUon of the democratic nmary. AND All ol which are sale Corapsnics. I at the stomach, diarrhoea, etc.. be pleated to wait o nmy friends in this line. wouU engaged to introduce tho kindergarten Wc have found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Pol. icies promptly issued. Will Insure a(aintt , very thing to straighten Diarrhoea system into the Hillside Avenuo school one out Remedy theana always Keep D. At John Mjnefec't otw brick on Depot ttiert, t wiod storms and lightning Lightning claus- uuu such cases, in sattachr-- 1 without additional .hsrre at Vt aterbury, Conn. Sho was married We are not writing this for a pay testimonial, out Is a candidate for Sheriff or I.inco'n couotr. uii.ee at First National Hank, Stanford. a in 1SS5 to George S. Abbott of Water-bury- , to let our readers know what is salegood Wthing to ject to the action of the democratic primary. sub W. RAMSEY, H. by have handr in the house. For but continued to teach her classes Druggist, Stanford. Who will stall timet be glad to accommodate all until the little ones oritrinallv nlnrwl in with good rigs at reasonable rates. My'llusjwill ut-- care nau graduated for Now Try Thla. meet all K. C. trains tho primary it Is a departments of the public schools. It will r you nothing and will surely do you asks Candidate far Jailer of Lincoln county and themselves lo any his friends not to commit SPLENDID KAUM good if ou bave a cou'h, cold or any trouble wiih bince resigning from official connec- throat, chest or lungs. Dr King's New Discov- one else, as he is forced to stay at home and work STANFORD, KV , tion with school work Mrs. Abbott has ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guar- His candidacy is sub;rct to the action ol the Dem. anteed to (jive rebel or monev will bo paid back. ocratic party kept tip her interest in kindergarten La Grippe found it Just the thing Sufferers teaching and encouraged nnd helped and under fromuse had a speedy and perfect recov-rrIlll sell prisately its THE OLD expense and at Trv umole uuiera 10 extenu ana maintain the system. learn for yourself lustbottle good ourthing it is Tria My Splendid Farm of ICO Acres, This Hotel, renovsted and refurnished, it now how &I10 has been prominent in the .. ....... Connecti al bottles free at A. R. Penny's drug store. Large in my chart e and intend to and Ji.l Situated i'4 miles South of Stanford. This firm not only maintain its high reputation, but to add cut alley Kindergarten association, and she jo cents Isina hign state of cultivation and has plenty or to Its long list ol friends .Special sccommods-StfII WARNACK.Pror. SAM also in founding and strengthening asthe best ol water All In grass but 40 acres Has Spoclmon Cases. titaeresI travelers and floe looms for sociations for thoadvancement of women, S. II Clifford, New Castel, Wis , was troubled display or samples. London, - - KENTUCKY. the very best' of improvementsVS, anfnrd, Ky W W II among them the Old and New club of with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach AtFlrst-Clas- s alarmwat was disordered, hit Boston, the Woman's club of Maiden, ing degree, appetite liver awayatfected to anterribly Saloon Refitted and refurnished and in every way preaud he wat fell 9IIL.LINF.KY Aad lllLLIAKOand POOL ltOOMS attached Mass., and the Woman's club of Water-bty- . reduced in tlesh aud strength. Threo bottles 01 pared to attend the wants of the public Rates very reasonable. Electric Hitters cured him. JOSEPH COKFKY. $' 6m Kdine Howard. Edward Shepherd, Harnsburg. Illin : : sore on nis leg 01 eignr jhh hjuuj running NO. 2 Vanderpool Smokeless. ing U ted three bottles 01 Kicciric iiiucrsanu HELPLESS WOMEN. Falls Branch Inti-oafA,- Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action or the Democracy. show them hit slock of goods consisting of furniture. Saddlery, Hardware, Ilugglcs and farming Implements. Oiv him a call. 4;m Always for sale Alw Timber Lands in the roouotains for sale. Correspondence solicited. - J. Sl-j- m Tho-fam- o J. BAUGHMAN, 25-2- PETER HAMPTON, OWENS, INSURANCE AGENT' Class and viuss. rruu. uvm, m msu, first-cla- ss 11 T. NEWLAND, tornt-iott- J. Pro'r., r T. J. HATCHER co-- THE GOFFEY HOUSE v. For Sale Cheap Privately. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 vfi JACZ3027 HOUSE, r.i J' 47-t- f Store 1 For Sale. j7-- tl Jellico Coal Co., RILEY HOUSE J". IHIILTO "I'ut-otf" a We call thlt a smokeless coal because it does not make a heavy black smoke that ordinary coals uo, out it it line tnat mauc irom a wood nre. We predict Tor this coil a place in the market that will capture the trade, ' body and soul " It carries with it a combination or qualities not round in any other coal mine at this time. The smokeless feature will insure for it quick sale ill the cities, because those want it who worry the city authorities about the smoke nuisance Add to this the featuie and then you hase in this coal the thing that all housekeepers mutt have when gd.v her Castor!., WTiHi lUby wnjs alok, they can get It. in order to keeothe cooks in eood . When she uiun Chill. fhn cried for Caitorla. humor, fur there will be no choked pipes to be frequently cleaned This coal mines in very large When aim bovatnu MUs, fcho clung to Co.rtnrlA. mocks ana win prttiuic 75 per cent. Lump, ami big ones at that, from the ordinary room in the When hhe had Children, she givethem CastorU. mines. The coal from this vein, handled over the standard 1V4 inch sireeu will .produce a better coal than the other coals in tins section over a 4 inch screen and called "block- - " This coal will not alack either Irom exposure or other causes, and the dealer and consumer will demand it on The way she looks ttoubles the woman who it account of real merit She's delicate, rundown or overworked Analysis Vaiitlerpool Smokeless thin, and pale, and it worries tcr, 40 o. Fined Carbon, 58 10, Ash Volatile Mat 1 10 is to be well. her. Now the way to look well 1 ho above analysis the Vanderpool And the way to be well, II you're any such wo- No ruel, and when stampsintroduced will at A once hold man, is to laithfully use Dr Pierce's Favorite its own in aoy market Prices tan c as best Jcllico Prescription That is the onlv medicine that a 56 HIGOINSA WAT1S, Agcntt. guaranteed to build up woman's strength and to care woman's ailments. In every "female irriculanty. or weakness, and in eyery It exhausted condition of the female system-- U ever rails to benefit or cure, you base your money back. McKINNEY, KY uon-toot hollow-cheeked, dull-eyed, -1 com-olain- desire to sell my entire Millinery stock and good will and an immediate applicant can Minersand thippert of the GKNUINK Secure a Bargain. Original Jcllico Coal. The Stand Is a Good POSTED. The People of Stanford Commercial Hotel, Tha Feoos Valley. '" i"l1' yr COME to SEE ME. REAL :- ESTATE 1 i.- -r Grocery Business A!IDliUED -.l SJ PROPERTY FOR 1 REWARD. New Millinery. Complete in Every ticular. BANK -:- lluck-boar- d 1 THE JEWELER. 1.1111 111 1 siilu-ba- r i STA1TFOB.D, 3 r. ROYAL OFJUVERPOOL. Rsurance Company E&M'IM Ujssxil klUmY' &r3fcAf as. Stock Most Complete JrS? mfcS fPff '4 j 4 YEAGER & YEAGER, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN iy 3ewv;y saW-jt? 1 ap-Ie- ar nrnt mntz' , yrd&nn J Will B.arweruJ&nl,hh ;new rigs and:horses Give them a Call. 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