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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893092601 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. kl Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXL CHURCH Journal NO. 60 STANFORD, KY,. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1893. AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. j ADAMS' SULPHUR WELL. GRAB ORCHARD. Hov. nnil Mrs. Galen II. In tho torriblo Dig y 4 i w D. G. Slaughter, Will Stamper and J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Joo Haseiden has opened a confectionery and oyster saloon at Arnold's old sion of psoplo these dnvs to Adnms' Sul- Rodney Singleton had been killed at a Should Mr. Slaughter lie, it is tliu 1S93. phur Well for water. picnic at old Dripping Springs. Dr. intontton to Imvo Hro. lUruoa preach stand. Tho piko between Stanford and Dan Kid. J. C. Frank continues to im Jimmio and Charlie Slaughter Full corps of Conservatory ami Normal School teacher. Superior cmrxi in Literature, Muilc an h&iunural Horiuon. prove and wna able to take a short drivo ville was novor in a more excellent con- hastened over nnd found that Mr. An. Excellent boarding depirtmeiu Catalogues and circulars furtilihpd on application. A hold at Soajiorn dition. Aa a road presidont, Uncle Jack Slaughter was shot twico in the neck and Sunday. by Kid. J. G. Livingston resulted in 17. breast. Ho was taken to tho houso of Farmers are about through thresh- Bosley is just simply a daisy. additions to tho Christian church. There is going to bo a wedding in Mrs. Adams, his family sent for and at ing their wheat which was sold at from KMer J. (1. Livingston will preach nt 9 this neighborhood aa soon as tho young this writing ia alive, but tho physicians f0 to 62 cents. iinlla Gap church nxt Sundiiy ulht lady decides between two good chances say there ia no chance for his lifo. It SLy. Tho L. it N. pay cur, which usually and deairca thnt nil tlij moinbors bo parses up promptly on tho 15th of each sho now has of joining tho army of fam- seems that Mr. Slaughter was calling the FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. preaent. ily misers. figures of a set for tho dancers, when was hero Friday. Baptint mlnlatura will month, Tho Kentucky A SCH OL AND IIOMK KOK GIRLS. Sorghum molasses good enough to Will Stamper, who had had a previous MnH. 0. Jcnuihus has routed tho meet Oct. lUat Lubnnon. Tho n"fnl make n fellow smack hia mouth when ho difficulty with Slaughter, camo stagger(fool Faculty; superior advantages; a bnutiful aud healthful location. Special course and special residence of Mrs. I). Mnrrs, on Richmond Association will meet at the nnmo place U thoe street. Mrs. Wesley West will move to thiuks about it is being made by a good ing in nnd objected in loud terms to tho inducements offered torxent'ywho deilre I nmake tparhcrs Our aim is to make our pupils thorough Collfge Llbriry, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, CHirti, nfiied, in Oct. 21. many in this vicinity, more especially in way Slaughter was calling thojsot. Ho The College has be in her property on Stanford street aa soon 33 M. G. THOMSON, Principal. &c, have been added. l Gibson's 10 days' Hov. John the Mt. Xenin neighborhood. as vacated by Mrs. Jennings. waa ordered out and ono of tho Lnrkina 30 admeeting at Monticollo closed with This neighborhood is in an unuBU boys struck him (Stamper) on Dr. Tom Hood and Cabell Denny the head ditions eiuht tho hist uiht. Mr. Gib have returned from a big hunt iu tho ally healthy condition, but tho trustees-nn- with his pistol. After tho dance Slaughson Raynit was ii glorious meeting. tho teacher, Misj Lizzie Del'nuw, ter wont to tho spring for water, when Hocky Mountaina. They killed largo Hov. V. M. VineH, who bus been thought it best last week to temporarily Stamper and Rodney Singleton conipiantitiesof bear, bulTalo, deer, Indiana, preaching sinco IiIh graduation last year fronted him; pistols wero drawn nnd tho Ac, and their description of the trip is suspend the school nt Willow Grovo. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. at MiddleburKnd Junction City, hna very interesting. Mr. John Mooro lost a yalunblo fam firing waa terrific. Slaughter killed Sin- Three Colleges; Three Training Schools. Fifteen departments of study, irrnlthful location Jr paatorato ol the Hnp-tibeen called 10 tho digGymnasium nnd Athletic grounds. Moderate expenses gleton and held him up till he stabbed the heart of the Dlue Grass Region. C33 from Mr. Meir Victor, who has had ily horse last week. Ho hnd been (lOOtoJJ'0. Attendance last session thirty States and countries. For full information church at Somerset. ging a deep ditch to his ico house and him Hoveral times; death wna instantacharge of M. Braun a store, ha gono to tnd catalogue apply toX. IT. M.AHTON, D. JD Chancellor, Richmond, Kentucky. Services preparatory to communion tho horse fell into it during tho night, neous. Stamper wns shot in the mouth Mt.Sterling to take charuooIMr. Braun's at tho rreebyterian church will begin biiHinet-owner found it dead next but not seriously, whilo Slaughter reat that place. Mr. Victor is a where the each Wednesday night with preaching morning. ceived ono shot from Singleton and it is gentleman, n good business man nnd night till Sunday. After that if Biitllclent Stock water has been painfully scarce thought tho second shot ho received made many friends whilo hero. interest is manifested the meetings will for some time and many nave had to from Stamper. Crowds of excited peoSunday morning as Mr. and DANVILLE, KY. be continued. I. Hamilton were starting to tho drivo their Htock for miles to water. Tho ple wero collected all over town, interTho Supreme Court of Now York Hanging Fork is proving quite a bless- viewing every man" who came from country to spend the day, tho horse betho The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. has irsucd an order authorizing the scene of the tragedy, whilo woman with came freightened on Loxlngton street ing. Grasa ia as dry as n bone, but With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While the course ol instruction is espeAmerican Homo Missionary Society to to prepare young men fur the Freshman Class, it is intended at the same will bring it out some. white faces and trembling voices were ciallya adapted English education to any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, time to furnnd throw Mrs. Hamilton out. She nish liberal change ita uamu to tho "Congregational I saw the composition of a littlo girl pitying tho wife, mother and children, struck the ground on her back and head Homo Missionary Society," to Uko effect A and was painfully hurt. At this writing who goes to school at Willow Grove, on who were so suddenly shocked by the on and after Oct. 1. tho subject of "Town," and among other sad news. Mr. Slaughter had hardly fin- Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol ef she in renting easy. the Principal. Regular study Kid. V. P. Walden cloned a very and the hours utider the Next Sunday is tho last ono on good things said in the simplicity of unso- ished moving his family into comforta- a Christian home supervision of the Principal and assistants advantages. restraints and government ol are combined with the best educational Wednesday at successful meeting on last For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address which a fellow can get shaved, as tho phisticated childhood, she asserted that ble winter quarters hero and waa Bethel, Lincoln county, with a result of for a largo winter trade in his JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville. Ky. , law requiring tho shops to close goes in- "town is only a place where country peo10 additions. Mr. Walden is a young to ctlect on tho 3rd. Kentucky com- ple dispose of their produce every Sat- store. But all mortal man can do is to man for whom there is a bright future plan; a Higher Power does tho execumissioners ought to got a coiy of this urday." in tho ministerial work. Lancaster Ho Mr. Fountain D. Myers narrowly es- ting. We sincerely sympathize with tho law and ono of tho now constitution and cord. caped being burned out of houso and An effort will bo inado by Hov. W. exhibit them at tho World'a Fair, along homo tho other night. A box of match- Btricken family, for which Mr. Slaughter so liberally provided, and to whom his A. Slaymakorat tho Wednesday night's with tho makers of same. John "Red CIcud," n whito man es was in a rag box in tho box wero also place can never be filled. May a mercimeeting at tho Presbyterian prayer a number of loaded sheila belonging to church to revive tho Christian Kndeav-o- r and John Smith, Harriet Hunt, Bill his shot gun. About 3 o'clock in tho ful Father fulfill with them every promSociety, which for time tlourished Hunt, Sam Roystou, Spencer Royston and morning Mrs. Myers heard nn explosion ise mado in His word and give abundant and did much good work hero. It is Zeku Reid, colored, wero beforo Judge in tho kitchen nnd waking her hmbind, strength to bear this atlliction. hoped that all tho old mombera and ma Bobinsou Saturday charged with soiling they found a blnze running up tho kitchMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Vny more will enroll their names and be- whisky on tho notorious "battle row." en wall nbovo tho box containing the The proof was not sutlicient to convict "I Baw in Pulaski county a widowcome activo workers. matches, n press waa nblnzo nnd every R. Poindexter, "Mr. LI. D. Tho Cumberland Presbyterians will any hut Bill Hunt, who wna fined $50. second or two a shell waa going oil, er," said J. Dr. J. W. Grant bus returned from McKinney, aged G5, wed to Miss Mary dwlicato tlioir church at Owensboro on scattering tho tire and shot in every diFull stock Emerson's Men's Shoe?, Oct. 1. Tho Messenger Bays it wbb erect Somerset. Mr. R. K. Hughes, now of rection and making the scene a lively Freeman, aged 10, aud good looking." Stribley's Ladies' Shoes and Stevens' owing to a heavy mort- Lawrenceburg, was hero Sunday. Mrs. one. Mrs. Myers was thoughtful enough The date of Miss Georgie Barnes' tl in 1S.M1, but gage on it it was not dedicated. That Hughes returned with him Monday to manage to extinguish tho flames, but marriage to Mr. E. M. Duncan, of LexChildren's Shoes, now open. has been lifted now. Tho ceremonies morning. MissJennio Duncan has ro. Fount says ho hnd his hands full trying ington, has been changed to the 2Sth, SEVERANCE & SON. will last a week with n sermon from the turned fioui tho World's Fair. Mr. Will to dodgo tho shot sent out by tho ex and will occur at the residence of the nreachoM of each denomination in the Kanon, of Birmingham, is hero to see his ploding shells. A fiddle waa burned groom's father. mother. Mies Bacon, of Lexington, is that was nearly a hundred years old and Announcement cards received by tho city. "Tho Brotherhood of Christian I'ni thogueatof Miss Ellen G. Owsley on which wna valued very highly, but the friends here read: "Thomas Love Mary Alice Hubble: Married, ty" was organized at Chicago as tho re- Danville Ave. Mr. W. A. Carson, pout damage was slight otherwise. Ho at sult of tho World's Parliament of Hcllc master nt Crnb Orchnrd, was in town on tributes the origin of tho tiro not to a de- Wednesday, September Twentieth, 1S93, Miss MnmioCurrey is visiting Sunday ions now in session there. Twenty-fiv- e fective flue, but to a meddiesomo rat Chicago, III. At home after October 10th, t relatives in lower Garrard. of tho leading members of tho Mrs. Mag. that was monkeying around to sue what 'Spring Hill, Boyle county, Ky." T. L. Lafollette, of Parksville, a widfrom all parts of tho world and of Gill and children nnd Misses Kate and tho matches in tho box wero mado of. ower of 51, drove up with Mrs. Susun many religions nro signers of the Lilian Kiuuaird are attending the World's rh Tho dam at tho well known Daw Fair. Mr. John M. Duucau has return son Mill, built GO years ago by Mr. Eli- Jones, a four times widow and 53, Friday pledgo of membership. A largo congregation nt tho Presby- od from Lawrenceburg. jah Dawson, father of tho late Logan and after obtaining license was married Mr. Robert Land'H. The groom has terian church Sunday enjoyed tho prom Dawson, is undergoing repairs by the at Littlo Willie SchetTel, of Columbus, ised solo of Miss Lucy A. Johns, tho children and the bride three or four sets, present proprietor, Mr. John II. Bright. lovely and talented music teacher at tho Ohio, ate a pieco of fly paper to seo how so look out for trouble unless all hands All tho water was pumped out by ma College. Her selection was "Huth and it tasted. Ho did not live sufllciently chinery at the rate of about GOO gallons aro more amiauie man tue average peo Naomi" and her rendition of it was aa long to tell how he enjoyed it. ple. a minute below the dam Saturday afterTho foundation of tho Washington near perfection as is over attained. Sho At high noon at tVo Christian noon and night so thnt the workmen has a pure, sweet soprano voice, whoso Statu Building at tho World's Fair is church on Wednesday, Oct. ISth, Miss could got at it to fix the defects, caused Us natural beauty has been highly cultivat- made of huge logs ten in number, each by Louise Lee, tho accomplishthe slipping of a few logs used in ita ed daughter of pretty and ed. Tho higher notes aro reached with of which is 125 feet long, 3 feet 0 inches Circuit Clerk James P. Quito n largo crowd was the greatest ease and she sings apparent- by 3 feet in breadth. They wore cut structure. seo tho pumping process, Bailey, aud Mr. Hiram Gregory, b prompresent to ly without tho slightest effort. It waa a from trees 310 feet in length. inent young attorney of Grayson, this 150 ladies and gentleman witfind tho unanimous desire rare treat Some time ago Mra. C. A. Tarlton probably State, will bu united in marriage. The nnd tho men helped rake In is that Miss Johns will make her so brought suit against her wealthy young nessing it, ceremony will bo performed by the pastho fish after the water was out of the morning's husband for divorce, alleging that he had lew a foaturo of tho Sunday W. E. Ellis, after which they caught, the tor, Rev. worship. Owing to thoilineaa of Miss been unfaithful to her and had commu- way. A good many wero will leave for a few days' sojourn in Cin3 or pounds. Millhouser, Miss Nellie Slaymaker play- nicated to her n loathsome disease. He largest only weighing cinnati and Chicago and theu go to GraySomo of tho loga that have been under ed tho accompaniment, doing so very filed his answer Saturday, denying the will reside. GO long yeora are son where they prnisoworthily, although only called on charges nnd claiming thnt hor sickness the woter thoro for .FOR. This mill has Btill perfectly sound. Mrs. Rose Zimmerman, of Wooster, was cuused by efforts to prevent child that morning to do so. n heap O., missed her little son birth; that sho 1ms been lewd and las- mado a heap of good bread nnd DANVILLE. of people happy in its long existence, and began to hunt for him. After concivious in her behavior to men and acted Prof. M. siderable search she found him in a deop in such a manner as to show her aver- and tho late Col. A.M. Swopo, (Advocate.) D. Hughes and the rest of us first learn- ravine playing with a huge black snake. Mra. Elizabeth Akin died Thursday sion for him. Tarlton is lets than 21 ed to ride Btraddlo of a sack whilo going The serpent seemed to have tho little and very wealthy. They live in night, aged OS. Srktaw. to Dawson's Mill. one charmed and it was with difficulty Sum Hawkins, tho bosa negro chickthat the mother pulled her child away. Nebraska shows a map of Platte en thief, baa been caught dead to rights HUBBLE. No damage whatever had been done the Capt. D. B. Goodo has sold his two. county mado with wheat, ry, oats and Mrs. Frank Kinney ia visiting relayoungster. 3d St. to grass seed. Washington hai a model story frame houso on South Tho Roanoke, Va., mob tlnally got farm, 30 feet square, with a farm houso tives And Morula in Pulaski. Mammal (or f 2.S00. Othello Dr. llerrin presented II. B. Cox the negro who had assaulted a white wo A protracted mooting will commence no larger than a bird cage, a red barn 3 man and after hanging him burned his at tho Christian church tho second Sun- feet high, mid flowing wells which spout with a line uirl a few dayu ago. About all the wheat is threshed in body. Tho negro had been taken from day in October. Kid. Mark Collis, no el- into troughs that hold about a pint. jail and secreted, but was found by the oquent minister of Lexington, will lead Fields of grain aro represented by millet this locality And sold at 50c to 55c. Henry Walter sold a lot of 200-lmen. Only eight men were killed iu hoads stuck in the loose m4u. A threshtho services. John Towmey's barn in which were ing machine 8 inches high is oporated how to Wm. Moreland at 5c. B. W night attack upon the jail. Tweuty-se- v Orders for Hread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Admales was by fanners 5 inches Ull. There are tiivena Bold the Lancaster Mill Co. n lot' en ouiers were wounded, inreats were dress. 78 yearling and R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. made against Mayor Trout for defending burned Thursday night. Fifteen of the reapers and mowers in miniature, cows old corn at $2.50 delivered. The Sam Enleuian heirs and friends tho prisoner, and to avoid trouble he left mules work bnrned and the total loss is and country roads. Thais alwnysnde-lkjliteare indebted to B. W. Givena for the tha city, although sutTering from a wound throng around this lpUy. Itf.DOO, with no Imuran. rrrv Huccfisful aau profitable manner in tha foot. John T. Yeager has bouybl of J. H. Now Try TM. in which he has disposed of nil the Oitor about 13 ncrea of land locnUd on nothing A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. you It the eastern extension of Main street, good will oot you a coub, and aaaa safely do with property. Ho has gotten at least $1,000 aaU if you hv trouble Some ears ago more out of it than Bomo thought could w From the Troy, Kas., Chief:severe spells of cholmaa-uucov ur. back of Mr. Otter's place, for 1300 per throat, cnett oriungt. Couchi aaM I Mw u guar went vary eaoah svtyvcl to ry for Consumption, 1 Finest Trains in the South." era morbus; and nowwhea we fel auy symptoms be obtained at first. Yenger will shortly begin tho antovd to viva rebel or money aero. Mr. paid back. that usually preceed that ailment, such as sickuess La Grippe found Sullerers thiiur The Engleman sale was not very at the Mnmok, aaailijua, etc.. we become scjry. erection of a handsome hbuee fronting and underfromum had a apeedy aa1 J t the recovThrough Can toChicao without change, fro ai its aarfact Wo hava fouud CaaaibarlaJu'i Colic, Cholera aud New Orleans, Meridian, Uirminr;hm, Chatery. Try a sample bottle hi aar apnsa and well attended and property Hold low, Main street. a Diarrhoea Remedy the very thin; to straighten learn for yoursell just how good a MS It l. tanooga, Jacksonrflle, Ha., Atlanta,, Macon, cows. They brought $25 to one out ui audi chs, snd always keep it about. al bottles free at A. K. I'tmny's aa) Large Aahcvflle, Ii. C, KaoiviTle, Twin.. Lexington We are no wntiial taa far a pay testimonial, but Xashville, Teun., March G, 1893. The si 30 csuts and i.J $35; horses 30 to C5. Tho sale amountto let our readers know what is a good thing to aad Gtorgetowa, JLj. Oaosce of routes vat Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., alStockton Csooirtnati or vi LoaisvtlJc. Sop-oved to about $500. We regret to give Eph have k.indv in (he house. I'or sate by W Ii. Specimen O Mratat, asaiifnrJ. Gentlemen: I havo had muscular rheulowed on all World's Fur Uckals, at Chatn-noxS. II Clifford, New Cassel, Wa, was troubled aud his good mother up, but wish them Louiivllle, IndWiapohs or Cincinnati, matism and indigestion for a number of with Neuralgia and Rhcumiiaaa; stomach Por forthor arfbriaaftcHi at to Rat. Gor years and bad lost hopes of over rinding was disordered, his liver was aaaaMaiaak an alarm success wherever they may go. terribly Mr. llobert Baruett gave us a very srstK, Slaefaig 9m Raaorvaaoos, eta., Ml any relief, ns tho moat skilled physicians ini degree, appetite fell away sayt Ja aud aa or addaaM aaa aaamt " ax Cmmm & had failod in my case, but I am happy to reduced in flesh cured strength, BM bottles 01 pleacaut call, with hiB brother, a few him. Kkctric Hitters BnhaCw08t Route or K. T. V. & G, Ry . m alofc, wo gave Ivr Castor!.. Mn Edward Shepherd, Harnsbwam. state your Antiseptic baa mads a an Joo Ittco aro attend- Whc D. G. Bhwarix. G. I. A., Csnctntuti, O. a faatrt' stand- days ago. A. J. aid and I do mast heartily rcom running sors on bis leg of Wbrw s)u wm a UaUd. u) art I for Cajttoria. plto euro ing. UmhI torse bottles of BJaaaft itWrs and ing school at Lancaster this season. John and iiMBd it to all for rheumntiim rVbm fu bMvne Mass, seven botes of llucklen's Anum MtVe and his 'TkS t Ouftnrtv. s I will gladly nnBWr all leg is souud aad well' Jotva ftaajaaaa, Catawba, and Bill Robinson will start in a few Whan tVa bast QUkkvn, tAid give rhn Castorta. Yours ()., had five large fever m ua Ms aW; doctors days. Dr. AubhI was called to seo Fount in regard to Autiseptic. he was incurable. of Electric Mpectfully, W. K. BatemniSlO Broad said Hitters Hnd one box On bMb Arnica Salve Bona' wife u few days asjo; she ia reportHucaaatat ri c met. For salo by A R. Penny, Stan- cured him entirely. Sold by A at, Amy, drug. ed better at this writing. tutford. unhurt. F. D. Myers is building a big new Hov. 0 II. Greer will preach nt tho There was terrible excitement in our ltout wero barn. town Saturday, caused by tho news that Presbyterian church Sunday night. Four collision but There is almost a continual procesetl Pet-tusa- Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th ((ii-iliiy- a' niL-eti- (Ciaa&iOTiAM C(U1l)le!(&e: ZZustoxLville, llt-l- d st whmhmhI CENTRAL university s Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department Mra-Jame- s pro-parin- g T- Lil-lar- purlin-meri- 1 Your account is due the 1st day of ach month. M'KINNEY BROS. Candies, Lunches.Fnuits, &c, three-year-ol- d Fancy 3rocsries,Breai Cakes, Pies Fay-ott- callonrzimmer THE BAKER. b. Good Meal for 25Cts. two-year-- d - Queen & Crescent Route e ti a I a, indi-jaMlo- n. qnes-hon- I THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO 4 - m ia&il2itol&m'&-1'- . NT" 8 f . ' .i i t t t . ' I' 'I' Saturday was a big day at the World's Fair, tliu paid admission having) been 213.43S The Russian warship Ponsilka foundered iu the Gulf of Finland and 10 officers and 150 seamen found wateiy graves. Miss Carry Kirby Smith, duuhter of the late General Kirby Smith, of tho Confederate army, has been nominated Which now attracting so much attention in the White City or the Windy City, whichever choose to call for postmistress atSowanee, Tenn. it, is in that respect somewhat like our establishment. With goods piling up in our house and prices The steamer Grace Morris collided marked so low, we arc in Stanford the with the I. T. Rhea six miles abovo Pa- ducah, on tho Ohio river, tho latter sinking in ten feet of water. All tho passenQ gers escaped injury. The citizens of Burnsido are much excited over numerous pearl finds there And we intend now to "astonish the natives" with prices that are absolutely too low to be referred to as aud a company has encamped there to "rock bottom." To ive you an idea of the enarmity of our stock we mention the fact that wc have make further discoveries. One pearl val- over 2,000 Shitts in our and everything el.sr ii proportion. McCLARY. W. ued at $230 is told of in the dispatch. Mr, VATTErt80N enters an earnest proHoThe doors of tho Four Seasons test against tho consideration of the re. tel, at Harrogate, Term., wore closed on Finding thntdemurers wouldn't work, peal of force bills now when other mat. During the four months it has Col. Breckinridge has finally filed an an- tT8 demand attention. As there is no Sunday. been in the hands of a receiver it has swer to Miss Pollard's petition in which Federal election for a year or more, tho certificates. he denies her allegations in toto. Ho great editor is right as he is nine times coat $15,000 in receiver's Mrs. Clarel, who died at Carlisle, says that in thospriug of 1SS1 he was ap out of ten. Let us as Carlisle said do one pounds. Her cof- proached by plaintiff1, then a woman of thing at a time and all things in tho pro- Saturday weighed 301 not bo got- Can't touch us in drawing a crowd and our .store is the busiest looking establishment in Stanford, "the between 20 and 22, who introduced her- per order. Repeal tho Sherman law first fin was so large that it could city between t vo hills." We can sell goods at prices that will ten through tho door of her residence, self as Madaline Breckinridge Pollard, and then tackle tho tarifland forco lnws and tho body was carried to the yard saying that her father had giveu her the with a vengeance that will insure reform and placed in it. middle name through his great ndtnlra in the one and tho repeal of the other. Tho House adopted a resolution retion of Gen. John C. Breckinridge; that ported by the Committeo on Rules, proa letter from subsequently he received There are a number of clerks to small her from Wesleyan College, Cincinnati er committees of tho House who get viding for the consideration of the Federtelling him that she was in distress and $1,200 a year for doing nothing, some of al Election Bill on September 20th, the wished him to come and givo her legal them not even going to Washington. debate to continue until Oct. 10, when a advice, that he couldn't go hut finally Congressman Paynter therefore very vote should be taken. For instance, good Shirts from 20c to $y, our line ol Underwear is complete and we can sell you a Gen. Gross has been declared the went on a second appeal from her which properly offered a resolution to cut off Examine our line of Comforts and Blankets: we have them to suit all nominee for the Seuato in suit anywhere from 5 oc to $7. said :nnt uer trouoies were over an en these useless clerks, and it was adopted, democratic his district by every competent authori- pocket books. In fact, our stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes surpasses all others in imgagemont to marry James Rodesand that a motion to reconsider being tabled by a who nomina- mensity and the popular verdict is that it is perfectly beautiful. Come to see us at they had assumed conditions worse thau vote of 142 to 57. Mr. Pavnter deserves ty. Now let tho democrats ted him give him a rousing majority and a divorce suit; that she gave hi in a full commendation. Let all the barnacles send Gub Richardson to grass. recital of her relations with Rodes, when be scraped from the old ship of State. : The transfer of the Commonwealth's he advised her that the safest plan was suits against Dick Tato'a bondsmen from In order to give themselves more time to marry him; that he did not take adequity side, in the A. UKKANSKY, vantage of her youth and inexperienco to talk, the Senators havo unanimously the law docket to the agreed to begin the sessions an hour ear- Fiscal Court, is regarded by the attorney by wiles and artifices and protestations towards tho recovery of of affection or otherwise; that ho did not lier and remain in session till 0 r. t. An general as a step deficiency from the bonds- Hopper is undoubtedly the king of racnot seduca her, did not prevent her going effort to adopt the cloture resolution lies the unpaid -- : ing association managers. abroad, or entering upon any career that so far proved abortive, but if ever such a men. grans Sales of 200 bushels of blue At LaVe Petoskey Abram Wilscy she desired and that he never at any rule is necessary, it is doubly so in this 115 acres of corn in Rki'i kkncbs. W. A. Slayma instance. The people want the Sher- shot aud killed his wife with whom he seed at 05 cent and time promised to marry her, for she ker, A. G. UuiTman, J. C. McCIa field at J2 are reported in tho Richfired four shots the knew during their entire acquaintance man silver bill repealed and without had quarreled. Ho hail ry, J. W. l'erin, J. W. Wallace, and as he wrs preparing to send another mond Register. further tomfoolery. that such a thing whs impossible. The Strayed or Stolen. A red Berkshiro ball into the prostrate form, a boarder in John Newland, J. N. Mencfee, E. answer is signed by Enoch Totten and G. Waller, Win. Kice, W. C. AbNEWSY NOTES. the house shot Wilsey iu the heart kill- eow. nits Auaned: weight about 175 Phil B. Thompson, "Old Phil," of ponndi. A reward will be paid for her bey, T. H. Meals, H. K. Wcaren, ing him instantly. It now remains to be seen if The Memphis Avalanche-Appea- l has Leo Percy, of London, was in love return. J. G. Carpenter. W. G. Kaney. A. J. Harp. the colonel can proe what lie says. assigned. Wheat is going up. No. 2 winter with Daisy Montague, a well known star Toe burden of proof will be on Miss PolThe Pulaski republicans havo nominight he red sold quickly in Cincinnati Saturday Kvcry one guaranteed. Special lard and our prediction is that while her nated Frank Linvillu for the legislature. of tho dance hall. The other followed her and Samuel Garcia, his riv- at die. The top or the cattlo market is Inducer) cuts now offered. ; charges may be true, she can produce no Judge W. W. McKenzie, father of she was en 4jc aud of the hog 0 S5 iu tho same city. witness to substantiate them and the col- tho Minipter to Peru, is dying of cancer. al, from the theatre whero gaged and fatally shot both. He then J. W. Poor A Co. havo shipped two onel will go acquit with a public senti There'll soon be 45 States. Utah is H. WEAREN & CO. committed suicide. cars of wheat from Crab Orchnrd to ment endorsing the Scotch verdict,"guilty to be admitted, says the House CommitMobs are becoming so frequent in Newport News, Virginia, for export, for but not proven." It is to be hoped, how- tee. refreshing to which they pnid 52 cents. W. K PerSailors blew up three houses in San the South that it is rather ever, if ho deserves it, that ho will como read how that one was decimated at kins lias shipped three cars to tho out with flying colors, and that his sun Francisco with a bomb and killed five like recep Roanoke, Va. There was Roller Mills from same point, for now in its zenith may not be obscured men. tion accorded mobs in Birmingham and which he paid 50 cents. Haytian warship Alexandre Petron forever, as it will undoubtedly bo if there is left a suspicion of his guilt. suuk near Port An Prince and SO were Cincinnati a few years ago. A littlo more Isaac Terhune and Jesse Litsey.who I want to reduce my grape should be given them all over the larcc stock of Watches. Clock .inri i..ur.irt. drowned. have been feeding wheat to their hogs country. Louisville Times. and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. Another appalling railroad collision Five miners were killed and six badwatching the experiment, and carefully Seven vears ago a youth named is added to the long record that tho Chi- ly wounded by an underground blast at claim that at 5c per pound wheat fed to Ladies' watches former price $50 now S.to.oo; cago roads are making. The travel is so Wilkesbarre, Pa. Cochran, living near Paducah, was bithots will realize ?1 per bushel CampLadies' watches former price 535 now $27. 00; heavy to the Fair that the times have to Surgeon General Wyman says there ten by a mad dog. Tho wound soon bell & Gentry bought 00 cattle averaging Ladies' watches former price $2$ now $17.50. amounted to be run in sections, some trains as many are 1,500 people in Brunswick, Ga., in healed and his sufferings 1,200 lbs, at 15c and Alexander bought 90 or nothing. A few days ago, littlo as three or four. On the Wabash at need of assistance. Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the hogs at 5c Harrodsburg Democrat. hydrophobia seized him and now Kingaburg, Ind., Friday night, the first J. X. S Minders, aBrown supporter, Notwithstanding tho rain a faircrow d section of a passenger train passed a wa3 nominated for the Legislature in he is raving with convulsions. : : The Valkyrie, the British yacht tint attended court at Lancaster yesterday. freight on a sidetrack all right, hut the Washington county. Onlv a few catthi were on tho market; brakeman forgot that there was a secThe Frankfort Calldemands in doub- is to conteet for tho American cup, arThis sale will be made for CASH. Uring the money along with you. ond section and opened the switch in le leads the resignation by Col. Breckin- rived at New York after a rough voyage no salon, were reported. Several hows M. S. Bauehman and "a dead beat to windwarl" of near- sold at $10 to cS5. time for it to dash at tho rate of 55 miles ridge of his seat in Congress. bought 10 mare mule colts at $55 to $75. F. an hour into the standing train. The The total paid attendance at tho ly 1,500 miles across tho Atlantic. Not P Woods bought two of same at $70 and result was heartrending. Eleven per World's Fair last week waa 1,133,452. withstanding the bad weather, the cup ii. I). KING gkokgk 11. I'jtuwrrr. tain says she didn't ahip enough water $75 Gover, of Pulaski,' bought several sons were killed outright and scores of The total to date is 13 504, 77C. horse mule colts at $30 to 35 others wounded. The' brakeman fled The coroner's jury fourd the con- "to wet a biscuit." A. M. Pence arrived from SpringMitchell and Corbett have agreed to and has not been found, though hunted ductor aud engineer responsible for tho fight and the papers have been signed, field, 111., with his horpe, Pence, that had by the citizens. Unless greater precau- Mantero wreck, near Chicago. PrtORELAND, KY., serving 50 mares tions are made it will be equal to taking Seyenty-eix dogs were poisoned in sealed and delivered. It now looks as if made the Beason there, We have opened up a nice line ol one's life in his hands to go to Chicago. Parkersburg, W. Va , in one night. The there is nothing to keep them from com- at $50, cash. This game racer and splening together and a great fight may bu ex- did breeder has made a big reputation Dry The trial and conviction of a few care owners refused to pay tax on them. Mr. Pence has be the means less railroad men would Awakened by a big revival, Dyers-bur- g, pected. It will take place at the Coney for himself in Illinois and frequently refused $5,000 for him. He of awakening them to a greater responIsland Club and $40,000 to the winner. Tenn., has begun a crusade against One robber and tho engineer were asks $10,000 though and is not anxious We paid spot cash for these goods bought them sibility and it is hoped that recommenthe evil resorts within its borders. where wc could get probably fatally wounded in the attack to dispose of him at that money. dations of coroner's juries that such men the most for the least money. I lardwarc was bought in car load lots, The first snow of tho season fell in be held responsible for the deaths caus- the north of England Saturday, reaching on the Illinois"Central train. Two other A small crowd attended tho sale of which enables us to make very low prices. Salt Si. 50. ed ruay.'be adopted and prosecuted. a depth of four inches in Westmoreland. I trainmen were wounded. Four men tho late Samuel Engloman's eflectn FriTerms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you An named Zack White were arrested at Centralis, and the day and bidding was slow and dull. Tho money. Lloyd Reed was fined $100 at Henderwounded robber confessed that three of househo'dand kitchen furniture sold ve"We arc opening up a splendid line of Millinery. son for kissing pretty Mrs. Leonard. The cut Will Riley's throat from ear to ear at them were implicated with him in tho ry low while the farming implements Frankfort, when he caught him with his We have yearling Southdown Uucks and 18 Ruck Lambs, all widow objected to the osculation and as attack. went almost for a song. Five horsos and thoroughbred, for sale it is an assault to lay hands or lips eith concubine. GOO A storm of wind and rain struck the mares brought from $25 to $05; milk Of the State banks which failed er, be it done never so lightly, on a wo& recenuy iz nave resumed, xtie seven World's Fair Thursday night and knock- cows from $15 to $20. A half interest in man without her consent, he was arrested in the roof of tho Manufactures and a jennet and jennet colt brought $150. ed and tried w ith the above result. It is in Kentucky which shut up shop are Liberal Arts' Building. Valuable exhibThomas Metcalf, of Wilmore, sold worth $100 and more to kiss some wo- still closed. N. H. Carlisle, a brother of the Sec- its were damaged and 100,000 peoplo this week to R. A. Dodd. his crop of men when they are in for it, hut the felwho bad remained to see tho illuminai8owcrthc bushels of wheat at 50 cents. Robt. low's a fool who thinks to find any en- retary, has been appointed postmaster tion were drenched. The storm was a Covington and John P. Simmons at M. Hunter has just completed the ship- al objoyment in kisbing when the kisaeo very sudden one. d Owensboro. ment of 1,500 bushels of Jessamine jects. Train wreckers removed a rail from Congressman Da Armond, of Misbought for Cincinnati parties, Public office is public trust said Mr. souri, has prepared a bill for a graded in- the track of the Queen & Crescent road, engaged at S3 pur bushel. Since tho deClevelaud on one occasion, but most of come tax. It includes all incomes in ex- nine miles north bf Birmingham, Ala., cline in BCfd he has purchased about 500 his appointees regard it as a private cess of $10,000. and the limited express for Cincinnati bushels more at $1 50. Tho same Bocd Secretary Carlisle has had his snap. The total decrease of earnings of the was wrecked. Several of tho trainmen will find its way back to tho county next brother "Pole" appointed postmaster at L. & N. for the last 24 months, as com- - were severely hurt, but as the vestibuled ppring Ht $7.50. Journal. Covington, the salary of which is $2,900 nared with the same niriod nf lnnf. vnr cars did not turn over the 200 passengers a year, and aa "Pole" is only getting $10! ja 751 aboard escaped injury. 79 Tiik Q. & C. and L. S. announce a ono u weuK uuw, no leei uigger man old -- Alvin Wright, of Wellston, Ohio, on account of fare rate to Versailles FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Grant," when he steps into nearly was run over and killed by a C. II. & D. of the Orphan Rriuade, tho times as much in a few days. train. When found the head and body Silas Sandidgo sold to au Eastern with special train from Lexington at ! Tho same roads will gelding for 150. were over a mile apart. A. M. on the 27th. party a Congressman Goodnight may not be at 1J A tramp, who was declared by his Bright sold to a Boylo county sell tickets to Cincinnati Johu I a statesman, but he possesses an admirpartner to be the old bav gelding for fares for tho round trip, on account of nartv a three-yea- r able trait. He, does not forget thoeo who FROM threw himself in front of a train at Sl'OO. tho Young Mon'ri Institute Meeting of assisted him in his ambition, after he LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. EiiSton, Md., and was killed. I have a few morn Southdown bucks Grand Council. See agents or address has attained it. Tho fact that ho has DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Jack Haverly, once the most popu for sale and will also sell a few owes. J V. E. Kinearaon, G. P. A., Cincinnati. e for the Bowling Green m --r INCLUDES lar theatrical manager in tho U. S., has E. Bruce. his friend and supporter, John B: Gaines, Pullman Vetlibula Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Can, Brace up and Take a Tonic. Duddorar Bros sold to Woodcock, of editor of tho Times, is as much to his lost his mind and is now an inmate of You will feel like a now man if you a New York insane asylum". Only Routo Through the Indiana Boyle, a lot of extra good heifers and aa the appointee'ia deserving. credit take Stockton's Antiteptic nnd pot ve ur The tenthj census shows that steers at lie. Natural Gas Belt. blood thoroughly clean. It is a fine TonIt is said that a Whitley county jury inhabitants of tho United StateB Prowitt & Woods bought in the Eist ic, invigorates and cleanses tho whole THROUGH TICKETS remained out two days before finding a are supported by agriculture, 21,500,000 End a lot of feeders at 2h: and some Bystem. TMSe UNia AND THIIR CONNtCTIONt Ask A. H. Tenny, Druggist, Bt UCURU AT THS pfiiNCIHt TiextT OFflCtl 0 for it. man guilty who had plead that he was. by manufactures and 15,020,000 by com- butcher stufi'at 2lc. 40UTHIRN RAJlwAtS. Foil IFCCIAl INFORMATION. IN RtOARO TO RATH The aversion the average mountain ju- merce. Farmers who cau nflord to should Amonj the Incident! of childhood that stand OEStRlO CCTAlia COMRhlNJ THIS ror feels to condemning amounts Gov. McCorkle, of West Virginia, is hold on to their wheat. There are out la bold relief, i our memory revert to the SERVICE, pitAti Amy in pirwjn or er UTTin c are more when we were young, TtU&RAU TOIITHtROF THerouOAIhOI amost to a mania. West Virginia's coat catching it from the democratic press enough who can not hold it to supply days than icvere ilcknetf. nonehe young promt 'I Dent mother t sVsV. Hi It, It . tlArt X. v m II 1 liniitii J I. liCn, Sfotlimj IWr of arms says Montani semper liberi, and and clubs of his State for joining with the the market at present prices. Cincin- vividly remember that it was Chamberlain's inimbJ IT Couch Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn WW III .".. .V r CK). R. IHOXrSO).,. S. E. rW Vet, vuiaauw A.I. for that reason pofeibly they object to Xew River coal barons in their plea for nati Commercial Gazette. administers it to hjr own offiprine anl always with the best resulti For sale by W. II. Mclton-ert? trV,ldi. b.V.1 suii. wui. iiuur.1 0wnl Pus'r Irtnt, taking any one's freedom from him. protected coal. &.r. ruma stl Via. K The Covington Post says that E. C. Druggists, Stanford, Kv. CI JCOTin, 9. 4 6 OR 8 PA&ES. The annual report of Commissioner Lochrcn shows that thero a ro 000,012 pensioners on the rolls, an increase of year. The 239,9 U during the past Stankord, Ky,, SErrEJinEK 26,1893 irnount of money paid these pensioners for this year was 5130,710,497 aud the commissioner estfmatps that it will re P. WALTON. W. quire S1C2,G31,570 for the next fiscal year. He thinks that by 1S!K, ."0 years after the close of the war, the rolls will have reached the highest limit, considering the number of men enlisted, and they will begin to decrease. It looks like they shoul but the federal soldiers DEMOCRATIC TICKET. as they are unhealthy are as and there is np telling. Meanwhile the Representative, For country is Betting very tired of putting HARVEY HEL3I. hp such a vast amount of money to sup port so many undeserving men in ease For Superintendent of Public Sc ools, and idleness. Semi-Weekly- InteriorJouknal The Great CQlld We st Stan t" af-th- at 1 long-live- d OKNTBKS Hotc F ATTRACTION F. The Blgges t Circus Make You Smile On tLoud THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. VAPOR STOVES. Har-rodsbur- ,P) Brod-hea- d Great Clearance Sale. how-eve- r, SAME SWEEPING .A., REDUCTION. iei. :e'EisrnsrirT. KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, -r- Clothing -- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, 1 1 Eircra frewttt. 2,-0- The World's Fair Route from the South 1 clot-ersee- Pennsylvania short lines I 11 27-'J- S Jre-uni- !25-'2- 7 much-sought-fo- r Tas-cot- t, fniW,,,,? CAN post-ofiic- m VI ANS) AN FIRST-CLA- - s, AT 'r. l l I I t '' T 2-.1-,- :," ; - 'yfcywfg&gataB ... ''"f'r'ri'ffViYHaisiihwfi'TiTtiiiMnii ii 'r,l,lfmmmmkmii & V Fbost. A dispatch from thy Signal DAY AFTER DAY BRINGS US Semi-WeekInterior Journal Service last evening says "Fair Tuesday, Inc'udlng Dan G. KvRKYTiiiNO in the jewelry line cheap Two Mortally Wounded, colder. Severe frosts Wednesday night." Slaughter. (or cash nt Penny's. Thoso having tobacco or other easily Our Crab Orchard letter gives briefly killed plants in dnngcr should observe" dTANrom), Ky.,Skpti:mm:b 'M, 1893 Niiw lot of Zvilcr bootsand bIioob just the particulars of a terriilo battle at Drip this warning nnd govern themselves acreceived nt S. II. Shanka'. ping Springs, Saturday, tho remit ol cordingly. was the killing of Rodney SingleK. C. Walton, business Manager Fun, stock of school bookn and school which Tim car repairers uid coal heavers nt ton and mortal wounding of Col. D. G. supplicant W. It. McKoburtV. The people shall" not suffer for Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Slaughter nnd Hill Stamper. Tho troub- Rowland stopped work yesterday be ' MEANS BUSINESS. by Stamper, who is said to cause 13 cars were sent there from Lou- Hats, or anything in our line. Notwithstanding the hard times, Good business nnd good stand in Stan- le was caused be a vorv bad youth. Ho was shot fivo isville for repairs. Tho shopmen In Buy your school book nnd school sup ford for sale. Apply at thin otlico. . still out and we nro told that plica ol all kimlH nt A. It. Popny's. five or bIx times and Singleton nnd IiIh Pay your account. A. H. Penny. ONE KILLED. ly SEW TUEF. z m Lou-isvillon- re m Tiik people are gutting great bnrgalna Watciiks, clocka ami Jwlry repaired warranted. Engraving a specialty, at Penny'fl in wntches, clocks, jewelry and and silverware. at A. It. Penny's. . Tim Boda water ByrupH at A. It. PenA (loon surrey mid phieton, nowly ny's nr tuntlu with pure fruit juicus and painted, for snlo nt John 11. DeNardi'a nro doliKhtful. Try thutn. carriage paint shop. jy u u T partner about ns many. After Slaughter tho cars and engines aro getting in very had fired as he thought all of his balls, bnd shapo. Tho effort of tho compahe closed in on Singleton nnd UBed his ny replace tho strikers has not so far dirk with much affect. Ho finally fell, proved successful. The stnko is against And see the good time approach. Money getting plenty everywhere. paralyzed from tho effects of one of tho n reduction of 10 per cent, in wages. Country Banks sending it to Louisville to loan. Don't let them do balls lodging nenr tiia spine, and finding L. A N. nnd Monon RouteB will this, but bring it to us and buy some cheap goods to comfort the Tim that there was still nnothor load in his PERSONAL POINTS. Fob Rknt. A cottage of three rooms, pistol, ho with groat dilliculty raised run a cheap excursion from Middlesboro body. We have bought many goods during the panic for cash at Mibh Mary Matiibny is visIthiK in kitchen nnd cellar, with good cistern; sit- on one arm and fired again at Singleton, to tho World's Fair next Thursday, 2Stb, panic prices and we intend to give our customers the benefit of them. uated on Lancaster street. Inquire at tho ball entering his femoral nrtcry, to bo personally conducted by Mr. W. Danville. Lift up your heads and don't go nnd Come and examine before buying. T. Oasii. of Hockcastle, visited Higgins & Watts' coal ofllco. John cusing him to bleed to death In n few W. Penn. It will leave nt 5 a. m. rate through life round-tripass hero at :f2. Tho , x friends hero last week. Without a doubt D.inks the Jeweler moments. Dr. J. u. Carpenter was dis will da uutf lU.oo iroui stanloru, and bo II. U. HocKKH.of Danville, visited at once to tho has thu newest, neatest ami nobbiest patched for and went relative hero Sunday. one ball had en- on. Train will arrive nt Chicago nt 10 v. of watches, jewelry, etc.. in Stan- scene. Ho found that nnd tickets on it will bo good to reVAvAiifliMi.it, who has lino Mim. Sai.uk tered Mr. Slaughter's neck, passing M., ford. Prices to suit the people. turn on any regular train in 15 days. (piitu sick, is improving. bean .. through, nnd tho other had passed thro' Mn. K. II. Jo.sKS, of Pinovillo, is on n Tim post ollico at lirodhead was brok- tho breabtand lodged near or against tho The light is breaking everywhere, especially with us. Come and To Chicago via the Lakes. Tho vieit to his inothor, Mrs. Ktnily Jones. en Thursday night and between 175 mid spine, producing paralysis. Tho removgreatest trip to tho greatest fair on earth let us show it to you. You can afford to buy our goods with Mk. ask Mkh. It. II. LociAN have movSlOO's worth of stamps stolen. Five dol- al of tho ball was impossible, so ho simride; Detroit to Chicago wheat money. We have made prices to correspond with the low Mlllodge lars In cash and two registered packages ply dressed tho wounds, telling tho pa- nnd n ed to Dr. P. W. Logan's, near via tho grandest pnlaco steamers on tho ville. prices of farm products. were also taken. The safe wns blown tient in answer to his inquiries that ho Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning I.bklik H. Wilson has been confined to open. might live 18 hours, or fivo days, but from Chicago direct, all rail: or you can his heil for a week or more with malarihis chances to recover wero one in n via and Wiiilk Mr. W. W. Hays was riding on that and advised him to settlo up earth go to Chicago by rail Berthreturnmenla the al fever. Lakes and Detroit. and indozen n load of baled hay the other day, a balu Mkmiw. J. S. HocKKitBiid J. II. Baugh-maly affairs he might wish to attend to at cluded between Mackinac and Chicago Round-trirnto from Cincinnati $21. 30 left for thu World's Fair Friday slipped and knocking him oil', nearly tho once. .Mr. Aiauguier neurit urao iub (via Toledo and boat 30 lees.) For full wnole load fell on him. Ho was badly morning. without tho slighest sign of emotion nnd ther information ask and C, II. fc D. R. Uhcd up, tho most serious of his injuries Mns. Dii. McKkk, who has been visitR. agent, or address E. 0. McCormick, made tho doctor go into detail as to ing .Mrs. It. 0. Wnrren, returned to Dan- being a sprained ankle. would likely come. Ho then said G.P. AT. A. 0 II. A D. R. R.Cincin- nnti, 0 C3-OOID- S ville yeterday. MuHDKitKi) and RoiiiiBii. A Polish "Tell Walton," meaning tho editor of and Koadnmster P. Suit. U Hoon this paper, "that I wns not to blnrne, but peddler named Terris Hajey was murIt is rumored ttiat a Lincoln preachJones, of tho K. O., mot the pay train dered nnd robbed near Mt. Veruon, by only acted in self defense." Dr. Carpen- er is shortly to take to himself a wife. MY here Saturday. witnessed so little fear two negroes w ho wero arrest'ed. They ter 8'iys he nover Iouis-villMiis. Katk Dlmidkiiah went to woundNEW ADVERTISEHENTS. got about $100. An ell'ort to raise n mob in the very jaws of death ns the yesteidny to make additions to her showed nor henrd of greater fored mnn to lynch them proved unsncccdsful, millinery stock. titude than he displayed in the bloody KENTUCKY'S Mk. Uit.Niiv C. Pkiwio hns our thanks LOitT. On Saturday night, Sept. 23, on encounter. Mr. Slaughter Is tho well Goods are- for an invitation to the Mth Annunl Fair Main or Lancaster street, child's gold known nnd clever prpprietor of Green Hop at Glasgow on tho UMh. necklace, with baskut pendant, studded Hrinr Springs nnd a leading merchant of Wat J. Yaokb, of I)uisville, was up with pearls nnd raptures Finder will Crnb Orchard. Ho has a largo family, Ky. T II. II Also Incorporated., attain Sunday and it really begins to look please return and receive reward for which ho supported well nnd who will young man meaiiH busi- - same. Mrs. K. F. North, Stanford. prove ai if the clever feel his low should his wounds tU'Kfl. fatal. Silas Sanpiikik, who has done fully Mb. W. M. O'IJhyan returned toOwens Oct. 7 to 14, inclusive, 1893. A dispatch from Mrs. Alice Newland, boro yeatorday with his little daughter, us well as ho expected to in the horse at Crnb Orchard, ns we go to press, saye: Mary, who has been with her grand- training businotts, has decided to move Mr. Slaughter wns sinking rapidly nt I! to Dnnville an open a training stable -: mother. o'clock, with no hope thnt ho would Mkm. J. I. MrKiNNKY, of Mongomery, He thinks thai is a better market for his AND the night. Ala., was on yesterdny's train on her class of horses and will move about tho Fire Just ns the town clock struck The $5,000 Futurity Stake. tn thu bedside of her brother, Col. the 1st. morning flames wero 1 o'clock Sunday I). G. Slaughter. Saturday, Oct. 7. Amo.no thu now appointments of Been issuing from Anderson T. Nunnel W. L. Connkii, who was with Mr. Mb. gaugera in this distiict aro and Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. The Si 2, 500 Stallion Repley's feed stable back 61 Mr. P.P. W. II. McUobort forBOine time, Iirh en Stephen Iturch and L. L. Dawson, of residence ami tho cry whb nt gaged as drug clerk for Dr. S.(i. Hocker, resentative Stake, this county, E. Hurgin, Jr., J. R. Dodds, once raised. It was some moments bew bo was Invoicing tho llourne stock Monday, Oct. 9. T. P. Dudley, JJ.T. Elkin, J. P. Gray, fore the alorm was sounded but mnny of yieaterday. H. McGoodwin, It. G. McKfe, J. B. Notho Bremen had heard tho cry and wero The $5,000 Transylvanian Stake, Hon. I). W. Tiubulk Is a candidate lor lan. H. Slavin nnd J. It. Skidtnore. with the reels, hastening to the from iho district composed State Senator Tuesday, Oct. 10. inof the counties ol Madison, Estill, Leo Tiik minstrel firm of Reach A Rowers, hose and ladders and In an almost and Powell. Ho is a brother of Mrs P. which gave a spledid show here several credible apace of time thej had the The Great Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. years ngo, is now engaged by Ringling streams playing upon the fire. It was P. N'unnelley, of this place. Wednesday, Oct. 11. Hick went to Rich- Bros ' show to do tho concert part. They soon seen that there were no hopes to Mb. and Miib. J. S. mond Saturday, tho wife on tho train wero recognized by several of our people save tho building nnd attention was Half Ritejon all railroadi Ladies free first day. 9 and tho husb.ind on his wheel. Tho nt the show nt Danville Saturday. This turned to tho houses adjacent. Tho For full rrocratump write ED A. TIPTON, Scc'y. caught firo in Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. colored Raptist church train had some hours tho start, but tho seems to us as rather a come down. ' Bevoral places but by almost superhu bicyclist went in nhead of It. The L. A N. has already put n in con man eliorta it was Baveu us weru u mu Ib n candi Jiixii: Wallace Vabnon to the otllce of county formity to tho law for separate coaches buildings on I. M. Hruce's lot which aleo date for : judge of Lincoln. He's a grandson of for colored people which goes into ellVct caught. After tho tire was discovered it Madison, and hero's hoping he'll be Oct. 3, cars with partitions in them. On wns impossible to get into the stnble on one aide of the door is ''This apartment nccount of tho heat nnd smoke. Several As oec'Jtor of Thomas D. Hill, dec' J, I will on elected. Richmond Climax. Murphy invited for white passengers," nnd on the other of the horses got out, nil except one bad- Clocks, 52.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. Mb. ani Miw. W. II. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1893, Walnut ano Oak Eight-Da- y faculty to dine with them "This apartment for colored paesen-gers.- " lv burned, but bIx head perished besides Prices knocked silly on the Collego At to o'clock, A. M., on the prctnites, situated in four hogs. yehterday, and sent close vehicles for mile from Mayuo d StaLincoln county, Ky , A tion. n ilea from Mutord. on tho Knoxille llranch As usual Mack Bruce loses heavily. them. Misses Forrest, Millhouser, Jack Mil. P. II. Howell, who is hero from of the L. & N. K, K .sell the lollowing property son, Abernathy and Johns accepted the Cumberland Gap, tells us that he has splendid pair of mules for which he had invitation, but owing to MrB. Hubbard's sold his woolen mills here to Mr. Trnru-mel- l, refused t350, a fl'OO horse, hogs, phae- 247 ACRES OF FINE LAND, buckboard and feed run his loss up ill henlth sho and Prof. Hubbard wero of Tennessee, for f 1,500, with a suf- ton, part to suit the purchaser. a In wholo And anything in my line. Don't forget the place; to $700, with loOO insurance. It is tho gocd stateorofIncultivation, aoo acres ol which In in to decline forced is ficient flrrt payment to guarantee the being Kraw, and one of the best watered farms in the third fire ho line sutlered, the last balance of tho purchase money. It is CITY AND VICINITY. frame, county, The residence is a ttio ono thnt destroyed tho larger por containing S rooms. The outbuildings consist ot Mr. Trammell's intention to improve tho granary, smoke.honso Houso block, In tho cool slock barn, corn crib fruit house, coal and tion of the Opera Mixed Bplces at A. A. Warren's. heiieiv. csrrucf house, plant and to run it to its full capacity. summer of 1S92, when ho lost besides wood houM. well and milk house in yard, besides -- ! adjacent springs. Two fruit orchards and chest- Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash 1jOwk.it pricea. Dankn, tho Jeweler. Dn. J. A. Williams again breathes tho buggies, harness, Ac, 11 horses. nut orchard of so trees. The live stock consists with you. aud other cattle, Mr. Sam M. Owens kept his horses in of brood marei,cows and calvesnock ot Newest goods. Danks, the Jeweler. " air of his McKiniiey home. His wife lot of llcrkshire hogs, a js ono a a nice ccs, 10 hives of bees, 8 shares bank stock, and her sister, Miss Fannie Givens, came tho stable and lost two tlno ones, household, (arm and agricultural implements, old Stylish Articles. Danks, tho Jeweler. to town .Saturday and put up tho $ 100 favorite of his wife and his burning near- corn, old wheat, wlthrll the crop of this year. " T J r tollovts: One- Tftmi .Th land bond for him to keep ttie peace toward ly prostrated her. A phaeton, buck-boa- third of the purchase will be sold as tho remainder money cash, Tiik people's Jewelry store is Danks's. two sets of harness wero also enual Installments of one and two years, b per family nnd all persons and he shook and - the cent, and hen. The personal property will be sold You can go to tho lUrbourville Fnlr the scent of tho jail from his clothes and burned making Mr. OwenB' loss fully All sums ol J?o and under ipot cash, over that amount a credit of 60 days without interest if from hero this week for S'J.fiO round trip departed, let us hope, never to return to G50, with no insurance. paid at maturity, otherwise Interest from date. Mr. Nunnelley lost a mule, hack, bug- All notes to bo made negotiable and pnyable in its confines again. bank, well securrd. Tiik pay train on the L. A N. passed gy, harness and feed, about $500. Tho Kor further inlormation apply on the premises Siturday, only a few days behind tliia Tiik Columbia, Mo, Herald Bays of horse that got out wns considerably or to J. II. WUon, Danvillo, Ky Dinner will bo sered freo to all who may atHoy wood's Celebrities, which appear nt singed. tllJ.T. Harris had his harnes3 tend sale. J. H. WILSON, Ex'or , . Daivillc, Ky OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. diphtheria scare seems to have Walton's Opera House, Saturday, Oct. repair shop in tho building nnd ho loses S. II. Hill, Auctioneer. The 7th: "Hoy wood's Celebrities gnvo a pro- about $100'a worth of tools.. Dr. W. R. subsided. No now cases aro re inir.-lgramme of musical and dramatic feat- O'Baunon lost buggy nnd harness. His Every thing in the grocery line Call and see them before buying, ported. ures, a combination of talent in which horse got out severely burned after his for sale cheap. A. P. Pb.sdlktoN, (H.,) isstill in tho every performer wns a star. It is a most halter had been cut in two by the flames. tight tor jailer and would be grently excellent company nnd its performance Tho colored church wns drenched, itB pleased to have your support. deserves much compliment. The sopra- windows broken nnd some of tho rnfters no was particularly good." Blightly burned. Tho wonder is that it This Is the last week for cabinet -r& at Jl IK). Kmbaco your chnnco A CntcuiTOi'8 Routk. The other day was saved nt nil. Tho stable was worth about $700 and to get them at once. A. J. Earp. n Chinaman asked tho agent of the Rig was insured in tho Connecticut Firo Co. Evans-villv 0. McClahv hns broken dirt Four nt Cairo, 111., for n ticket to Mk. J. for 5500. Tho origin of tho tire is Ind., n distanco of about 100 miles. a nice residence on his lot on the now for attributed. Some think it was the Carelessly or unintentionally ho gave R. H.BRONAUCH, street leading to Mr. G. H. Cooper's. work of incendiaries, others thnt it r r him n coupon ticket which rend via In- - Kentucky. stumps of crap Crab Orchard, dianapolis, Cincinnati, Livingston nnd caught from tho cigar Miss IIai.uk E. Stkwaht has been still others thnt it started Ilreeder and shipper of thoroughbred Duroc Ned Is Receiving His postmaster nt Hrumfleld, Hoylo Guthrie, Ky. Ho got on the wrong train shooters, and pigs lor Ycwnm-itfrom sparks from n locomotive. Wilfl Jersey Swine A fine lot ol to r gisiersale; pairs Correscounty, nnd Milton S. Mullins ut nt Livingston and Conductor Delph took noalitiif Urslrcd. subject : in tho building and pondence solicited, 55'"n Casey county. him to Corbin and shipped him back by Guest was sleeping saved himself by jumping through a r the next train. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed: Give me call. VITAL TO MANHOOD. window, taking tho sash with him. The Klizahethtown News says a Tiik will of Ohales II. McDowell wns tho house of J. S. Grimea all tho firo company, oxcept perWhile entered ho had sustained by a Roylo county jury., Tho haps tho hook and ladder squad, deserve "wlHL but was frightened off before old gentleman left all of his property to commendation, Mr. Albert Severanco ib more than j5's worth. gotten his brothers Nicholas nnd Joseph Mcmention as tho first to bridgo is being Dowell, and the children of a half sister ontitled to special TKEAT Db. E. A BUMTAMTiAL iron get to tho engine house. The first arriv- MENT, a C. WEST'S NERVE AND 11IUINfits, Neu apeclCc lor Hysteria, PUzinc, io,.0,l nver St. AeBph creek on Somer who had married Dr. J. M. Meyer firo attempted to cut into tho ralvla, lleadacho, Nervou I'rostratlon caoed bj als at tho alcohol or tobacco, Wakef nine, Mental Depression set streot in place of the old woodon ono' brought suit because they were not recbuilding, but wero Btoppod before they Hof teninir of Drain, causing Insanity, misery, decay Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint , death, i'remature Old Age, Uarreunes, Los ol had gotten niraosi 100 s.my ognized in tho will. In his testimony succeeded by tho intonso heat. which I'uwer in either sex, Impotency, Lencorrhcea and ej. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. " Female Weakneanos, Involuntary Lowes, H perm a tho doctor admitted haying denounced cross. by overexertion of brain, torrhoca cauW A month' IL Mack Fkkbki.l's attorneys have decid- 6 for W, by mall. With each order for treatment,wltt began fulling tho deceased as a scoundrel nnd tolling A OKNTUi rnln, which to set $3 will send written guarantee to refund6 Ifboxes, not cured moat of him thnt hell was far too good for him. ed to mnko no further legal effort LIVEH 1'ILU Sunday aftornoou, continued tho of tho opinion thnt it aside tho verdict of lifo imprisonment UuarantteilsMUed by iwnt. WEST'S e Tho jury was cures Sick Headache, Liver Complaint A specialty. to We guarantee 5ySign Work, artistic and plain. yesterday but it will take a week of Sim Engleman and he Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia and CoottlpaUoo. QUAUANTiES Issued only by share of patronage solicited. river raiser, af- - would bnvo done just as Mr. McDowell for the murder work to give satisfaction. A a "clod soaker and did and decided that tho will should' will bo takon to Frankfort noxt week to chronic CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky tho several months of ter A. If. PENNY, stand. spend hlslong term. p Lift Up Your Heads CRYING HARD TIMES. 50-cc- 1,000-mil- e HUGHES & TATE. n p how-deat-h jnTEw IT'AILIL SB -- e GREAT TROTS, LE22HTGTOIT,. All In WJLNTE Come and See. 8 H. J. McROBERTS. -- 1 sui-vi- vo 7 Days, :- $50,000. DM UCBS BOOKS. SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Wo Bo MoMOBIEMTs m m stote-keepe- rs Nun-nelley- 's - Frcc-For-Al- l, Kxccutor's Sale Of Land, Stock Crop. CYCLONE REDUCTIONS to-w- 1 Watch.es, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, two-stor- y Danks, The Jeweler, THE BEST MADE. soum-dow- n rd BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, lf WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 1 1 Tr7"CiHjP pho-togra- ps e, vari-ousl- Duroc Red Jersey Swine Mplo H.4(URUPLEY(-hAXTSTUT, fvl e, FALL AND: WINTER GOODS. bur-Kla- S5 ii5SSj NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL A Fro'rs. T T . e. House Painting and Paper Hanging pro-dac- Dlllou-m-i- i, dry-nes- s. Stanford. 1C V I'lnnsnl Her. Congressman John Allon tolls this Etory: "A widow in my district desired Publtshod Every Tuosday find Friday ti position in tho ngricnltural department. Thoro wns no vncant place, and AT I wns compelled to inform iny consti!?a yjcrt. tuent that I conld do nothing for her WWhea not to pud 92.60 will be charged. until n vacancy arose. But sho persisted in her efforts to obtain position, nnd for two weeks thereafter mot mo at evLOCAL TIME CARD. K.C. ery turn. One morning 1 had just finished break fn when I was told that Train leaves Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning she was awaiting me in tho recention at j:ao p. in. room. Sol assumed a pleasant demeanor, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. nnd entering the room said in a symp.-thetvoice: 'Well, my good woman, . Mail train going North 7 pm ..is ' " South ...,113 pm what newsy 'Good news,' sho said; pm . it 31 Express train " South 'good news, Mr. Alien.' 'Well,' said I, North ,...3 si am Local Freight North.... ...9 36 a m 'that is pleasant. Wd.it is th news? 'Oh,' ' ....307pm she said, 'good news, dOUtli.. Mr. Allen, good trains alio carry passengers. Th Utter Th above is calculated on standard time Solar news. A woman in the agricultural de ima is about so minutes faster. partment died yesterday.'" Argonaut Semi-Weekly InteriorJourna HAD I BUT KNOWN. I WAUL ACE E. YARNON, to the office of County Judge; subject to tho action of democratic par ty. I but known When I gazed fondly on those four fnlr queens And dreamed of tuitold wealth and brighter That you would hold Five littlo hrnrts In sequence drond nrrnyed. Casting my ni)al (entitles In tho shnde I would not then to iinxlLntl li.no grown Iliul 1 but known. When to the denier jtiu replied, "Tlfunk. nono for me," 1 nntchlour marble iinm-nnttvpibllngllp. And laughed unlo mysolf nnd thought u lib. il Had a candidate for For Sals or Hont. A Th.o Floronoa XZotsl, JEI.LICO, TENNESSEE, scenes Flno Bluo-Cras- s yicar ik advanck JAMES W. G1YENS Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, sub. Ject to the action nt the Democracy. 60 acres Hold jut ntnl col.l Within one mlleof Stanford, containing 100 acres; corn land Improvements nrit-cU- it Electric lights and water in house and barn. The best hotel the city the only one with Apply to KT KOCHESTKR. Ky. ' a sample room forIndrummers andKspecia attention S5-Stanford, to the traveling public Kates Jj. JJ-O- Farm Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. 11 O. P. HUFFMAN Jailer, subject tothe action ol the Democratic party lie would appreciate your I a candidate for For Salo. The iitidrtitgned have for sale 40 .oiilhdovn Ewes and 19 Mucks imported and bred by Granville Cecil, ol llovlc. No finei or better bred Miccp in trie Nate 4 lIK.NKDICr & COOl'KK Stanford, Ky. TO All l1 Tax-Payer- s. u ic "I'vo pot hltn dead this trip:" I thought that jou had caught 11 simple flush. lUIglit as 11 urtlden's bluh. Or, quite as Miro to luro you to j our fate, A tempting itralglit. And laughed to think how I should earn jour linte. 1 Kiec. would not now Had bo 1 left to wnll and moan but known. New York Sun. Ht QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Klnety Iu tlio Sfcude. Wanted M. North bound. -- No. 1, v'estibule Limited. 6.4S p. m. ; No . Fast Mail, a.ji p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga-jr- o Limited, .17 a rn , No. 8 , Local, a. 55 a. in.; No. 10, Blue Grass Special, 6 a m. -- ft. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, a.jc a. m, ; No. 5., New Orleans Express, 12 tj a. m ; No. 7., Local, u.i p. m.; No. 9 , Hlue Grata Votlbule, 8 40 p. Trams pass Junction City m follows: "South. bound.- - No. 1 , Vestibule Limited, u.jo LJ in A at 'I i -- $K fflsoIateJy -- Pure Trntb. Oblliloin. dotted hero rtnd there with benches for tho tired dancers. 106 Wall St., New York. On tho bench close, by thownter's edge sat n couple clWlv folded in enrh nth. A. S. er's arms. Oblivious to all around they SURGEON DENTIST. told each other of their love, and now Office over McRoberts Drug Store inthe net and then tho soft sound inado by n kiss Owsley Building. could be heard echoing over tho waters. Stanford lime passed by und still they sat, caring little for the fleeeting hours, until finally the girl, placing a tender caress on her companion's cheek, murmured, "Kerrie, dear, my feet nro getting cold." "bo are mine, sweetheart." wiw tho LOGAN AVENUE, soothing reply, and a toft kiss was on her cherry lips. Still they sat on, listening to tho murAlways'sellsl goods lower than any one else in mur of the waves and tho echo of tho town. New stock of Fruits every I nday. inn c, when the girl, giving a last fond embrace, inurinured again, "Darling, I can't stand it any longer. My feet nro so cold." They arose, and tho man's heart smoto 1 will open on January 16th, 169, a Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity oi him as ho realized what was tho matter. Jersey milk to the people of stanlord and The flowing tido had come in, passed far at the following price, delivered : so cents beyond tho bench, nnd they had to wado Fresh Milk, per gallon out through three inches of water. Bos10 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon 8cenu ton Globe. 'Outter Milk, per gallon royal:bakingjpowder co., PRICE It was night. The Btralns of a waltz A cream of tarter baking powfrom tho pavilion nml Hhufllinic feet of der. Higest of all in leavening the merry dancers could bo strength. Latest United States beach close by. To the left hoard on tho of tho dancGovernment Food Report. ing platform n long stretch of land lay, fflHfap C. D. FOWE&X., CE1TERAI. STORE, Stanford, Kentucky, First-Cla- st How-lan- e! TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, Bauwl? " W. W. HAYS, "No, they don't sing that." AXU Is a candidate lor Jailer, subject to the action ot "Pshaw, then, I am after thinkin I the deiuociacy. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. won't nttend." "Why not?"' and Sight-Roadln- g Chorus "Why, tho very idee of ha vm r comical Froo. Is candidate op'ra without smgin 'Arter tho Bauwlf thea dcmsciacy. for jailer, subject to the action ol Session commences Sept 6, but pupils can enter V hat must tho dam thing bo hko? A ar.f tune. regular piece of deceit. I havo leon d SAM M. OWENS, .STANFORD nnd cheated into seein too darn many snido shows since I've been 111 Chi- la a candidate fo." Sheriff of Lincoln county, subFEED SALE STABLE, cago, nnd I'm just gittin my eyes open. ject to the action of the democratic rnnar) . A comical op'ra without 'Arter the At John Mnefee's tv w brick on Depot stiert, b D. NEWXAND, Bauwll' Not much! "You might hev tol mo that n week Is a candidate lor Sheriff of Linco'n couety, subW. RAMSEY, ago, and I'd believe ye, but I hevn't be'ii ject to the action of the democratic pnmJry. Who will at all times tt glaa to accommodate all hero all that time nnd sjciit over $12 with good rigs at reasonable rates. My 'lluslwill without gittin to know n thing or two iJ meet all K, C. trains. nbout music and op'ra myself. No, young Is a Candidate f.r Jailer of Lincoln county and man, you'll hev to give your enidu show atVhis friends not to commit themselves to any SPLKNDID KAHM urand." "But they don't sing 'Arter tho Columbia box oflico early Monday morning. G. W II. "Any mirthr repented Charles Stod- Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Carriago Painter and Trimmer, dard, rather nonplused. the Democracy, THE P. 0. MILLINERY. "Yed. What is tho piny? Is it 'ArisAll kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re tocracy?' " paired In style Plain and ornamental 91. EaLKIN, Signs Satisfaction Guaranteed In both workman"No. It's opera, opera comique. comic Call at the room and tee the street. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action ship and price Shop on mainStanford, over.Wm. opera." Ky Daughvty' blacksmith shop, of the democracy. "What do they do in it?" and Boat Soloctod "Why, they sing." Stock COAL HURNERS "Sing what?" Of Millinery in town, The goods and pruet arc Of Rowland, .Stanford and Vicinity' "Sing songs." bound to please jou. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subicct to the action 10 MRS I T COURTS. of the Democratic party. "What kind of songs?" Having made arrangements with the East Ten"Why, all kinds of songs." nease JellicoLoal Lo I am now prepared to sell you lelllco Coal at the lowest possible mar "Do they sing 'Rock of Ages?' " D. gin I find that by psvlng cash and selling for JT. "No." cash I can sell much cheaper, so come and see me Is a candidate for to the office of As atid tee how little money will buy your Winter " 'Old Black Joe? " of Lincoln County, subject to iction of the supply seisor, tbis Coal, the best on the market democratic party. "No." NICIIOLASVII.l.i; JesMmlne County, Ky., 1 hanking you for past favors and soliciting a " 'Arter tho Bnnwl? " continuance of same, am respectfully yours, S D ADAMS. Rowland. "No: they sing opera songs." W.JL. DAWSON, ESTATE "Any mirth iu 'urn?" ol la candidate D. S. "Yes, full of it," said Charlie, getting Ihea ditnocracr.for Jailer, subjectjto the action Koom j, I armers Kschangr Rank n littlo impatient. "It's worth threo At the well known old stand ol J, II. Orren, in times your money. Rows and rows of BAIJLEY, pretty girls, beautiful scenery and magHustonvillo, - - Kontucky, Stock, Grain, Market nnd Tobacfor jailer, subject to the action of nificent voices. Lillian Russell is tho Is a ctndidate co Farms in tho Blue-Gras- s democracy. show them tut slock of goods consisting of Furnihandsomest woman on tho stage. In the old Jeffrrsonlan ture. Saddlery, Hardware, lluggics and Farming fact, sir, this cointMiny costs a fortune Give him a call Implement Ala,s for ssle. Also Timber I.anuVin the mounII. to run. It's tho greatest otwra cominuo tains for sale. Correspondence .elicited. S l3m company ever organized. Tho music is la a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of "Is there nny mirth in this theater play here?" atked a country looking cousin at ".rtor tlio Hull." Tho Tases are nnw nm .tn,. iml ,miM I. collected in the Sheriff's oflite at the court-houand by special appointments at prescribed by the new revenue law Deputy blienlf O l M. New Una will be In Crab Orchard every Saturday I Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county or my deputy will be In my office at all times and subject tothe action of the Democratic party. at HuMunville,Wa,ntburff ami other points at of. ten as advertised by Shcrlirsomclal notices 'ihe new form of SherliV. has rendered it Impossible lor us to canvass for taies this year, 1 will sell Millinery as we have heretofore dom; so all taies will be Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subcollected strictly in conformance to the new rere-iilaw. Kvery tas-p- a ycr who.e Us remains AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES ject to the action of the Democratic party. after .November 1st will find his proneityor For the rest of the season Call and save money, lands advertised without further notice The financial crisis which now eltts makes it A splendid line of Ladies' Underwear and Hosneceuary that I collect every dollar ol iery kept constantly on hand. "0 Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of ! Pc that help from MISSLICCIE IlKAZLr.V. the Hanks which has heretofore caused the democratic party. Stanford, Ky. lenient with the ta pavers. I'lcai. profitmetohr by this and settle at once nriii.'viiuiiT. J N MKXEFKh,. L C. se vote JOHN JOHNSON J. A. GIYENS TO THE! IxADIES. fr ue DINK FARMER "" DEBORD JOHN first-clas- s DcNARDI, F. post-offi- Largost JNO. BRIGHT TO E. KENNEDY, , T. FAHRA, I 40-tt- n 1 CARPENTER, mi I IXSUE UT, JOHN JOHN MERSHON the Democracy MRS. J. F. DUNN, l'IA..0. the J. H. BAUGHMAN, TIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT' Representing .. . PETER HAMPTON, Class Class. ies-tere- Li',3, m Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Kiir.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. All of which are Companies. I voulat be pleased to wait o nray friends in this llae. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning Lightning without additional iharge Office at Kint National llink, .Stanfrd. first-class claus-isaltach- nl T. J. Pro'r., T. J. HATCHER THE 60FFEYHOUSE STANFORD, KY Iwill make two trips daily. The patronage ot tne A. PKVTON, j3 public ti solicited. w(j r. Stanford, Ky ot-ty- j , Noticetothe Traveling I have had Public. ly there were never seen nt Niagara falls so many newly wedded couples ns Trora Now Point of View. I seo by tho raiers. Miss Chitlv." said young Chuinpington. "that nositivo- - head wisely as ho becamo engaged In conversation with a well known bunko man, and tho two went away arm in arm. Chicago Post. A Double Calamity. without ono sucker." And tho city learned farmer shook his one else, as he is farced to stay at home and work His candidacy is subject to the action ol Ihe Democratic party. For Sxilc Cheap Privately. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Iwill sell privately This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now I intend to conduct it so ts to not only maintain lis high reputation, but 10 add miles South ol Stanford. This farm tutuatcd It in a high state of cultivation and has plenty of to Its long Hit ol friends Special accemmoda. the best ol water All in grais but 40 acres Has tlons for commercial travelers and fio rosins for thadisploy of samples. the very best of improvements f w. V HAYS, .Stanford, Ky lAlFlrst-Claa- s DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. -- My Splondid Farm of 150 Acres, Office South side Main siret, in othce teceo vacated by Dr. L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky ij In toy charge and G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr, and Mrs. Moyd Dr. Erin, Tenn.. A. A. Warren. Stanford, Mrs. T. W. D E. Proctor, C. H. Iliaum, Mr. and B. Johnson, 'Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. Cox, Greensburg. Rates $1 per Jim tv Haven, i'etrev. cieric. uivc me .u. rfav. 1. M. I. W. CARRIER, Prop oSoiy nro this Een&oii." "Indeed, Mr. Chtimpington!"6aid Miss XtTlowland repainted and nicely furnished and Chitly. "How perfectly stupid it must saaave in connection with Hotel one of the best bo to others! I can't ifnagino ono lookloons in the State, open day and nleht; a night all trains. In connection with House ing at n moro silly sight than a collechave also ene of the best Mineral wells in the fatati tion of insipid touring brides, lconldu't and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs Th. man-rams Slislton Housq, there THE OLD- - 47-t- JACKSOIT SOUSE, SAM 11 3III.LINF.RY WAKNACK.I'ror. London, KENTUCKY. ypre-Kales Store I : For .d MILLIARD Saloon : Sale. tl and POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFKKY Fall3 Branch Jollico Goal Co., nbidoit!" "Not if you wcro ono of them, Miss Refitted and refurnished and in every w pared to attend the wants ol the publi very reasonable rood will and an tmtm.Ii le desire to sell my entire applicant can Millinery stock and Miners and shippers of the OENU1NK Chitlyl" "Mr. Chumpington! .Sir!" "I I I menn, Miss Chitly Araminta dearest will you go to Niagara falls HARD I -:- - TIMES Secure a Bargain. The stock embrace ever) thing aud Original Jellieo Coal. iv.u ironing, 6 Kowland. Try it W are the sole agents lor Stanford !and Office corner ol Depot street and rail- II I GO INS A WATTS. Getting littler in Rowland, have opened in Holland a full stock of :- THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE Kentucky. d. with me?'' The Stand Is a Good One. would dispose of portions ol the stock at reasonable figures (five me a call MRS. ANNIE Wit AY IIRUCK. .TO., BIL.EY.lProprletor, 'London, - - "Oh! Mr. Chum Alonzo this is so bo sudden so unexpected yes, Alonzo! I will." New York Snn. Shu Win Still Looking. "Husband in?" naked tho rato collector "What will tho missis say? There's GENERAL her pet twin an her best parasol gono!" Life. For a lame back or pain in tne side or chest try saturating a piece of rlannel with ChambcrlamV l'aln Halm and binding it onto the affected Darts This treatment will cure anv ordinary case in one or two days. Pain Halm alio cures rrcumatlsm Drug 50c bottles for sale by W. H, McRoberts, gist, Stanford. hollow-cheeked, MERCHANDISE, I If not told entire, I The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. - 1 hat offer for liberal 1 atronage for Ice This netice forewarns hunters, fishermrc and 1 rc.pecuuiiy request Only, and at pri es that will make It to your InUs Continuance during the coming season. Indeed I cipect alt iu harf aeout twelve others not to trespass on our lands without per Livery attached and every convenience Good terest to trade with me. Having cheerfully after 10 minuteo' knocking at mission, as all such will be prosecuted to the full use the In the husineis, I am thoroughOiv years' experience FRANK R,r,KV. Signed tho door. ly posted in nveiy branch ol it and atu satisfied I est cxtentof the law. M. LACKOWir. can make it pay you to trade with me. Do yon "No," answered tho woman, "ho isn't T I). Nr.WI.AND. or Gasoline ? Ifso I can make vou use Coal Oil W. II. HAYS. ut home." rood Oil it 8c: best at 10c. Gasoline at oc Re r. C LYON. For thrmt rraions First, It Is male by a home Come and sic member my prices The way she looks "Expecting him 80on?', abkod tho col delicate, rundown or troubles the woman who is me I will deliver are lor cash part of Rowland FREDIIAUMANN. Institution. Second, the Ice is absolutely and goods to any overworked She's ROWLAND, KY. R I. WHITE. chemically pure, belo made Irom spring water, lector. and Stanford dromptly. d, thin, and pale, and it worries MRS M A. MARTIN. which is first distilled and then carefully filtered ALHF.RT HOMMEL, Now the to well be "Well," tho worann replied thought- her. the way to waywell,lookyou're is to such well. 57 I I. IIKCK. HARDWARE, before belnK froien, 1 hird, Artificial Ice will Um IN GROCERIES, DEALER Rowland, Ky woAnd be if any much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic T C I1AI.L fully, "I don't know exactly. I've been man, is to faithfully use Dr Pierce s Favorite or cholera is looked lor during the year and nothat the junction of IIALMKR. PETER Has moved into his new store That is the only medicine that'a pikes looking for him for 17 years, nnd ho Prescription. ing is so apt to produce or spread this disease aa & Crab Orchard and ''Cut-off- " the Stanford guaranteed to build up woman's strength and to Impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will bej at Rowland and is now better than ever prepared hasn't turned up yet. You travel about cure woman's ailments. In every "female comto please the trade in both a good deal, and if yem boo a man who plaint," irregularity, or weakness, and in every of the female if ft Punctu-al- l Mc KINNEY, KY. GOODS, '.PRICKS, looks 03 though ho'd mnko mo u pretty exhausted toconditionor cure, you havesystem money STOCK. ever fails benefit your Doors No fail good husband tell him I'm still await- back. ITThe finest fruit belt of New M.iico. I have bought above mentioned'Hotel at Etc. He has recently added (really to his stock ure in crops under irrigation if properly attended bad and have attached a Kvcrr morning at the following Pricesand kaving no rent to pay and no loss bybody. debts ing nnd send him along." London Anto. All fruits grown iu California can be grown Call swers. W. II. MILLER. J. H. SOWDER. be can seuyou goods cheaper than any In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. For buying i7''vr pounds and get his prices befere First-Cla- ss $30 per acre 40c per hundred. Fool Room. Land from $J5 to on or address,on 10 years' lime, at For 100 pounds or over MILLER & SOWDER, to 100 6 per cent. Call jo ....4jc per hundred. Older Than lie Was. R. C.MORGAN, D. D. S., Have repaired and 'refurnished the Hotel and For 10 to jo pounds.. j prr hundred. Stanlord, Ky. "I Bay, boy," remarked n summer touram better than ever No less than 10 poundsidelivered. :ist to a youngster, "what's tho name of E. IIREMER. Accommodate Having purchased the that hill yonder?' A HO?.:: AND BUCgSOABD I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Cash or Country Produce, POSTED. """ i.i.iiu, I hanking vou lor yur J". HC. ZHULTOUST MANUFACTURED ICE, dull-eye- OF Commercial Hotel, Tb.e Feooa Valley. Bar and Delivered Regularly and t your - COME to SEE ME. : REAL - ESTATE Grocery 1! Business "Dunno," replied tbo lad briefly. Of J W. Ramsev, lam increasing the stock as st as possible and will soon have it Complete in Every Par- ticular. Call at my store on Lancaster street and I will snake it to your interest to trade with me "Don't know? Lived hero all your - KENTUCKY life, I'll warrant, and don't Jcriow tho STANFORD, Office Interior Journal Building. narao of that littlo hill? Well, I am surprised," continued tho summer pil- SALE. grim. "No. I dunno its name," replied tlM ot 333 iKine lllue Grass Farm acrea on pike lad, stung by tho criticism. "Anyhow," andifinely impruveu ho continued, "tho hill was hero before a. Farm of 100 acies, finely Improved. Offered I com'd." New York Herald. at low pnci Dealers and Brokers, Prepared to special attention Public. the SU rd I Commercial Men, P. W. GREEN. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. Saj REWARD. On the night ot August ITew Millinery. PROPERTY FOR 1 BANKS THE JEWELER. W, C. HUTCHINCS. 3 An Antidote. 3 too acres suburban property, good land, can be divided into So n lots ; good house. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has iu.t re at, 1893, a Horse, lluck-boaand Harness were stolen Irom my stablo in turned from the cities with un elegant line of mil. Stanford. Ky. Ihe Horse is a Chesnut Sorrel. Iinery, embracing about ten years old, white in face, about unhands hagn, white teet, Dad wind putt on right hind leg; ALL OF THE NOVELTIES ratkar thin In order. The Iluckboard haa sidebar springs, red running gear with black body. Of the season, of which she will have lull control. The Dutch collar harness nearly new, She also engaged a I will give 1st reward lor recovery of the prop--- . M. V. RLKIN, Firt-Olas- s Dress-Make- r. s Stanford, Ky, John B. Castleman. A. G. Lanham I fc ROYAL .Rsurance Company OFJLIVERPOOL,. Watchmaker My friend, I Fine lllue Grass Farm, excellently improved, you've been putting keroeene oil in this on4.pike, 105 acres. watch. Good 5. Farm of 14a acres, near R. R. George Bond That I have. When a blue grass land; small tenant house. station watch goes in soak eo often, eutmthing 6. must bo done to counteract rust. Kato and A farm of 110 acres; mokerately atimproved a great well located near pike. Offered bargain. Field'u Waahington. Surprised. "How many years have yon been dumb?" sympathetically aiked a gentleman of a beggar who protended to be bereft of speech. "Fivo yearn, sir," replied tho impostor, completely taken off his guurd. Tit-Bit- s. Stock Most Complete Jllue Grass t'arm of fairly improved. 7, 133 acres, pike, to v 8 to is. Town lots in Stanford purchasers. In areas to suit miles from Stan BARBEE& CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,; Commerce Building, Louisville Agents tfcrcaeanout the South. t- Not Yet. miles frwa 14. Ten acres (4 knob land on pike 7 Stanford. acres of knob land wltn Iioikm, 15. Thirty-tw- o on piko, ilt miles from btanford. 16 Forty acres of improved knob land on Hack Creek. acre lino farm witll eiecllcnt 17. Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other ImprovemeLts, en snke, Stanlord, miles from ford. 13. Fifty acres of knob land 3 SP . buying and leave your order for your iliwsi. ihaukmgyou for past favors we solicit nmi. MARY DAVIS DUDDKRaR. JAMF.S YEAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. Call and examine my stock of Milhnery betes J YEAGER & YEAGER. LIV2ST, RD ANB SALS STASIA IVY. . STANFOBD, Jll VtM-cSv- k ?' iWi iSlLVERVVfltf ,wf!fe In our new stable in the Opera Houst, Bkxkland are weJl supplied with -- Tamson ffl W. A. TBIB3LZ, Local A?ont, .STANFORD, KY. yet? Is your wifo out of danger Not yet. Tho doctor i3 Jackson iu atteuaance- .- l'ankco Ulade. still A.TRock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair Jease Thompson's Barber Shop, work. One call will convince you There are three ot the best UirUrs in the Stats Thstve are alto excellent ISath Room run in conthat this is the place to trade. nection. Agent lor Lexington Stum Laucihy. ;new rigs andchorses Have been purchased and ntfljiugbBi urnojU will leave the stable, fassl-eU- Give them a Call. fflfrrtgpr