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VERNON, Mrs. Mnry Albright, of Brodhcad, ia visiting lmr aged father, Mr. J. S. Coulter, of thin vicinltv. MrR. J. M. Durham visiting relatives nt Camphellavllle. There were 'Jo additions to tliu Christian church at Yohomlte during the meeting which did not closti till Tuea day night of last week histoid of Monday nlht, aa we reported. Tlio meeting at the Christian church closed lnt week with 17 additions. The meeting did much good thni will he listing. Bro. Montgomery went from here to Liberty to commence a meeting. A. 0. Walklna knocked Bryant John-eoin tho head with ft club at Yooomito Saturday. We did not learn tho eatiRO of tho dllllculty, hut Johnson la said to bo a bad follow and it ia preaumed that ho needed- - It, other iao Mr. WntkiriH, who la a peaceable man, would not have struck him. Tho law and order league which did bo much good In BUnpresHiug tho liquor traffic In thin community hoiho two years ago and which haa been Bleeping for a time, has been rovlvud again. And woe unto him who attempt to carry on a traffic In Hplrita that will Intoxicate. I. II. Taj lor dpfeated J. 0. Uy for tho nomination for county auperinteiint In tho republican convention at Liberty 8 iturday. We did not attend, but from the report brought back by aome of the republicans themselves, it muat have been one of tho moat disgraceful primaries ever held in tho county. Whiaky flowed freely aa water; several lights took plncu on the atrects nnd much bad feeling www engendered, which places tho poor old party In bad Hhapo for tho very hard light that Ib before It A committee of three members was appointed to meet with Itv. M. A. Sunday at Grovo to receive Into tho church a number of pornonH whom he had baptlzod noino timu ago, the object being to organlza a mwiion church out there. Hro. M. failed to come, and perlmps It ia beat that he did. A number were them and Informed of Campb-dlitothat no such an orguiisi-tiotho commltteo win W4iitoil there, and th it If nny llMMatt one wished to unite with hlie-M church, ho would hav to if in burg and do t. Tm , ' v ' hoiM'W-ilin 'nnnr.i. ia n Mid-dleto- Wi have the data of a very interest The democrats instructed for Col inif bear hunt, in which ITimlo Kid Mv- - Welch for Senator, Monday. Twenty Arabian peddlers have pnsB era was tho hero, which wo propose to The doctors composing tho new pened through this county during tlio tost oiler next week to lw convriuhted. sion board have rented suite of rooms in ten dayB Green Spoonnmore has started a the Owsley block and fitted them up aa Mrs. Neabltt ia receiving considerabutcher shop in this city and sella good olllces. ble encouragement in her race for school steak at three pounds for n quarter. How II. A. Burdett's residence, five miles superintendent. ia it that others can not do likewise? from Lancaster, burned Monday, after Tho majority of births in this counWo hope that Col. Welch will con-he- nt catching from a defective fiue; Iobs ty during September occurred on 7th, to run for Sonator, since he would insurance SI, 500. I Hh, 17th and 27th. make a good one and represent the peoThe republican county committee Jack Conn, B. II. Jopliu nnd W. T. ple in an able and fearless manner. met Monday nnd nominated J. Hunt McCIure, of this county, secured adjoin-in- g Many of our people regretted to hear McMurtry for school superintendent and claims, all good ones, near the town of tho killing at Dripping Springs, but Wright Kelley for the legislature. Kel. of I'eiry, Cherokee atrip. J. W. Marlcr such things will continue until carrying ley is a mountain man. Tho democrats was not pleaoed with his claim, throw It concealed weapons is made it felony, have made no nominations yet but will up and CAine home. which it should he, as it Implies malice, do so soon. Mies Lola Painter, 11 llttlo beauty of a neceivary hiisredlent of murder. George Palmer, W. K. Shugars and Brodhead whh hero Tuesday. Mrs.Cleo On last Friday 10 students in tho W. S. Ferguson aro at tho World's Fair Brown leaves for Indiannpolia Sunday school engaged in a debate. Tho ques- this week. Col. W. O. Bradley is back for a two weeka' stay. Mlsies Lucille tion was, "Has tho Printing Press been from tho Mt. Vernon court. W. B. Ma-B- on Joplin and Margaret Spradlin have re- more Useful to Mankind than the Steam nnd family aro attending the big turned from tho World's Fair. Col. R. Engine?" The arguments were far bet Fair nt Chicago. George Hackley and G. Willinma will enter a Louisville law ter than had been anticipated and tho slater, .Mies Mamie, were visiting; friends Little Doll Jones haa tho diphthc- - na : Stanford Female Coilesre. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. B'nll Scusion Tuesday, September 5th 1893. in Literature, Music on application. Full corpi of Conservatory anil Normtl School teachert. .Superior cuunei An. Excellent hoarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished nd $2,-00- 0, FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, .SEPTEMBER A SCIt 4TH, 1893. )L AND HOME FOH GIRLS. a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and ipeclal inducements offered to those who de.ire to make tnachen Our aim is to make our pupils thorough The College has Itm recently refitcd, an 1 a College Lllriry, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, ftc.haye been added. 33 M. O. THOMSON, Principal. (yl Faculty; superior advjntajta; CENTRAL - UNIVERSITY MHHiliiBHHiHflfliiiflHiiVHiiiiSHP RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. n n - 1 til. r novels o'er," and was not long iu Hiukinvthu dust of the city from It- feet, and ciatd not ha induced to iro b ten out there on a similar mil alon unless guarded by a detachment of rinkerto'i'a men. VA I thr IUv--- ' 1 1'I.S It JltM ! '(I Will Hit - DANVILLE. f (Ailvocatc.) Logan Denny Biid Will Woodcock have gone to the World's Fair. John and Homer Uaughman sold to Monte Fox a bunch of hogs averaging about 276 pounds at 5jc. A draft for S'J.OOO has been received Mrs. Frank Shipman, whoao husband for was a Knights of Honor. Assessor G. II. Hooker will bo a canand so will John B. didate" for HurrlM. whom he onlv beat three votes before. A jury iravo James Dnugherty 5700 damages against tho L. & IN, because ho proved that his family contracted malarial fever from a pond tho compa y built near his house. Deaths. Mrs. Scott McForran died at tho residence of Dr. W. B. Burke. She had only been married a year. W. LI. Stout, of San Antonio, Texas, who waa on a visit to Mrs. Wm. Stout, of this city, died Saturday. A few weeka ago a shot from n huntgun somo distance away struck Rev. er's J. W. Lynch In his loft eye. At first the Injury waa thought to be trivial, but it iMigan to give trouble till ho had to go to Cincinnati to consult a specialist and he has slnco boon unable to preach. of Versailles, wss deW. J. town In tho Hult for $5,000 feated by the damages which ho brought against the city for falao Imprisonment, ho having been arrested in Versailles and brought hore, It will bo remembered, upon a warrant charging him with gambling. It was a caso of mistaken Identity. school next week. Miaies May Miller, Carrie Myers and Mattio May Adams are visiting Garrard relatives. Circuit Court. Tho CB80 of Wallace Lnswell for killing Granville Adams in 18S7; the defendant was acquitted. About $700 in lines was assessed during tho termII Sowder waa lined $100, liquor selling, Alfred Johnsjn, ditto. Mike Pitman malicious shooting and wounding, $50 W. Newcomb, rape, acquitted. S. L. Durham granted now trial on judgment nt May term, on charge of selliug liquor. Durham haa been breaking rock on the street ainco May nnd it appears that he ia Btilliciently punished, tho grand jury returned (!2 indictments. Two for willful murder, three for malicious shooting, disorderly houses, concealed weapons and liquor celling. The grand jury adjourned Monday. Iiat Friday evening two negro tramps, one claiming Pittsburg, Pa., and tho other as 'Lexington boinj: their homes, murdered an Arabian peddler on tho highway one mile south of " is place. One of them, Win. Henry, vas captured the next night in a box cir at Kit Bernaudt. I'fie other, Albert Ber-rv.w tMiigtit at Pitieville. Borr) haJ . a liorsa from .Cavins, lUriiourville, and n Iden Into Pine .iir He bad robbed a farm house and i.le uung.d hi clolhliu'i leaving hit old ones at tho farm IiotHe. Bnrry made a strong reriiatauo. When brought hero ho was identilhd by liiiptrtner in crime. Biith confomml and put up tlio lame plea of self defense. I'liey say they met the peddler in tho road, turned hack with him and got into an altercation and the peddler ran his hand intohln bosom aa if to draw a weapon, whereupon Berry ahot him. Tlie dead man, Feris Hijers, was from Mt. Lebanon Province, between Jerusalem and Damascus. The grand jury returned au Indictment agaiiiHt tho negroes Monday. Their tri al began Wednesday morning and all tho evidence taken and was arguedjthat night and given to tho jury this ( Thursday) morniug. Had circuit court not been in eesisou and a speedy trial promised, tho negroes would 110 doubt have been mobbed. v. n committee on decision could not agree. Fox Duddernr, of Louisville, had better be looking After his interests in this section. Mr. W. C. Thorp, of Stanford, has moved to our town. Judge T. L. Sheltou has taken charge of his hotel again and J. W. Carriur has moved to Darsttown and is running a restaurant here. John Duddcrar is quite ill. Donnis Kelly, traveling engineer for tho L. A N., is stopping at J. W. Carrier's. J. It. Carter, of Lebanon Junction, is at same place. Miss Maggie Steveua is threatened with malarial fever. John Burnett, of Jellico, is visiting his brother Robert. On Monday night several pistol shots were ilred in tho L. & N. yards, tho banisters wore pushed from the bridge at the Boiith end, several lamps were shot out, tho workmen's c'.cit wm turned over and other depredations wore committed. Don't know wiiotl.nr it wih done a to lutimlilate workmen or because grudge agaiiiht the oJ.n,ny, bir. u.is ttiliig is true, siicti tint la. Vd slioulil jd b'v.ut:iit M justice. O Mmiday tlio cir rep tiff mat this pin co (HI in line with t'Mutuer workmen on tho L. A N. mid abandoned work. Tuesday Morning they were induced to go lui .vork on tho promise that no cars oild be sent to them which had been taken to the Louisville shops. Tuemlay o veiling 25 cars came iu from Louisville. Wednesday morning tho whole crow, about a dozen in number, stepped out again and declared their intention to join the Interior Jouunal base ball mue. Tho yards and shops are quiet at present. 1 1 here this week. Three Colleges ; Three Training- Schools Fifteen ueDartmentsofatudv. Healthful Inr.Mtnn Ir While riding a young horso Wednes- tne neart ol me JJiue urass Kegion Gvmnaslutn and Athletic prnumU. Vnd.rnio .ttiim to MM). Attendance session GO from thirty States nnd day Chief of Polico Hamilton was thrown HGO catalogue apply to J,,last jiL.A.Tiiun, jj. jj vnancellor.countries. Kor full Inforraatlot ma u. Richmond, Kentucky, to tho ground badly hurting his shoulder and back. Only last Sunday his wife waa hurt the same way by being thrown from a buggy. Wo aro glHd to say that neither ia seriously hurt nnd DANVILLE, KY. that both Bro rapidly recovering. Centre College Academy. With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While the course ol Instruction is espe- DEATH'S DOINGS. The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. (Special 10 the Interior Journal.) Mt. Vkii.non, Sept, 2S. A life sentence was given the negroes for murdering the peddler. Considerable dissatisfaction is manifested by the public over tho verdict. Nothing short of hanging wns expected. Court adjourned at 11:30 to-da- J. M. We Take It Back. Editor InienorJ ournal J My attention ia called to your com-meu- ta on tho work of tho tiro depart ment on tho night of tho '23 A, in which it is aUted that "tho lire company, except perhaps tho hook and ladder squad, deserve commendation," Ac. It ia true tne h. nnd 1. Bouad did not come up ring ing any holla or blowing any noma, but were on hand and at work with tho hoae men from tint to last, and I don't think thoy deaorvo any adverse criticism. There are nine in the hook and ladder aquad; one waa in Chicago representing .the 1. J.; ouo at Waynesburg on doubtful business; one In bod and fast asleep and bIx working on tho fire. At all former fires tho h. and 1. squad has been on tho ground with ladders up when water waa HUBBLE. turued on, notwithstanding tho fact that Following ia tho program of tho they aro more widely scattered than any Uenry Walters and others Bold a lot Pnnntv Convention of the Christian other squad nnd have twice aa much of lambs to Wm. Moreland at 3c. G. P. M,.,rrli at Halls Gap. Saturday, October weight to pull, with fower men to pull Bright bought a lot of hogs weighing it than either hose company. 7th: 100 to 150 pounds of Mre. B. F. Engle-ma1. Devotional Exorcises, Joo SeverRespectfully, W. B. Tunny, at 5c. It. L. Hubble sold some Capt. II. & L. Co. ance, Jr. heifers and cows to Wm. Moreland at W. Carter. 2. Welcome Address, P. 1$. The olliciala of the Kansas City, St. L'Jc. The Itaukin boyB, of Wayne counResponse, W. N. Brlnoy. ty, bought about 40 mule colts in this .i. Willful Ignorance of Revealed Joseph and Council Bluffs K. It., got an and Garrard county at ?'25 to 510. inkling that an etlort would bo made to Truth, Joseph Ballou. Dr. Cox, of Mackvflle, came up with Superintendent in tho School, hold up one of their trains near St. Jos5. Tho eph, Mo., so they sent out a "dummy" Prof. Joo Robinson last Saturday to look 0. K. Tate. day Meet- train armed with a score of good men on at tho Swope farm, with the view of C. Itnportnmo of Lord's tho passenger's schedule time, which buying and locating to practice his proings, W. L. Williams. Evangelistic Field, was halted as expected. Tho robbers fession. Mrs. Amanda Liy has been on 7. Tho Joys of tho six in number, began to climb on but tho sick list, but is improving. Mies J. G. Livingston. were met with a volley of bullots. Two Hattio Robinson is visiting friends in 8. Appointment of Committtees. of the would-firobbers wero killed and Jessamine county. Mr. Ed Austin will 0. Dinner. move to Rowland Boon. Wo hate to Stephen Col- tho othor four captured. 10. Power of the Word, An L. & N. passenger train was give him up, but hope he will do well at lier, Sr. ditched by wreckers Wednesday night his future home. Ed Miller will move Bro. Farley. 11. Address on Missions, near ocranton, Miss. Two or three per- back to his farm ugain, is tho report 12! Report of Evangelist, sons wero reported to have been killed now. The people hero aro all glad that ltt. Report of Committees. Bro. Arnold wiU'uo with us another year. and many injured. U. Adjournment. n o to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at the same Tho personal in the last issue of this ciallya adaptedKngtish education to any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, time to furnish liberal paper telling of the illness of Leslie B. A Wilaon was the first intimation that most people even in town had of hi8 Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal Regular study and the hurs under the condition. At the time it was written a Christian homesupervision of the Principal ami assistantsadvantages, restraints and government oi are combined with the best educational Kor further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address ho was not thought to be seriously ill, JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. but ho grow rapidly worse that night and at 3.30 a. m., Tuesday ho was dead, after less than n week's illnep. Tho doctorB think that tho aLruiintli.ti'a of typhoid poison burst like h boii ind ? caused death to come so nuddenly. Af. ter supper Monday nig it lm tnM his Aunt Martha Paxton wl o had tnhed him almost from au infant that ho wsa going to die, but even her watchful eye had up to that time discovered no signs of immediate dissolution. He asked for Hev. Ben Helm, at whoso house ho died, and after ho Imd prayed with him told him that it was fill well with his soul, that he had not always lived na he should, but he trusted in a good Lord to forgive him and waa sure that he had done so. Ho then asked Mr. Helm to set that certain debts which he named in detail wero paid out of his estate aud the residue paid over to "mother," as he cilled Mrs. Paxtou. Mr. J. B P.txton, coming in at that time, his request was put in writing and made in the form of a HUST0NVILLE. will. Tne parting scene with "mother" Tho I'reabyterian parsonage which was very allectiug. Ho told her how being remodelled ia Hearing comple- much ho appreciated her life long devo is tion and will soon be ready for occupan- tion to him and how much he loved her, asked her to forgivo everything tha cy. ho had done wrong, sent messages to a Tho younger set stormed Misses Fullstock Emerson's Men's Shoes, li"na Morao Friday evening. number oi his young friends concluding with tho injunction to meet him in heavStribley's Ladies' Shoes and Stevens' Dancing was indulged iu and icea and en and requested her to have H in buried cake waa eerved. Children's Shoes, now open. Miss Sallio Jenkins haa resumed as near to "father," Mr. James Paxton, SEVERANCE & SON. for tho fall and winter sea- as she could and see that his grave sons. She has engaged rooms at tho was kept green. With chokingvoieo she promised to attend to all, and Weatherford Hotel. shortly afterward he lapsed into Our community waa indeed rejoiced and soon all was over. Leslie at the rains of Sunday and Monday. Tho was tho son of Benjamin and Annie continued drouth and very warm days Wilson, his mother being a Uutlman, had become almost distressing. and ho was born 23 years ago. His fathDr. Win. O. Young, President of Centre College, delivered an interesting er was kicked to death by a horso and Lebdiscourse to a largo congregation at the his mother died of the cholera at anon, both beforo ho realized their love. I'reabyterian church here Sunday mornHo was then taken by Mr. and Mrs. ing. Prof. M. G. Thomson and wife spent Paxton, who treated and loved him as .FOR. Friday until Monday with friends at Mt- one of their own children and ho would never have known that they were not Sterling. Miss Arnold, of Pleasant llill, parents bad he not been told. Mo., is tho guest of her uncle, T. J. Hob his own He joined tho church at an early age inson. Miss Helen Keid, who haa been general opinion of all who visiting Paducah and the World's Fair, and it is the knew him well that a better boy never returned homo Wednesday. Miss Hopin this section. At bis request per, of Perryvillo, is with her emter Mrs lived Mr. Helm, who he said had done him W. W. Bruce. Misses Emma Prewitt and Minnio Dinwiddle are now in Den- more good spiritually thau any other preacher, delivered tho funeral sermon, ver, Col., after a aojouru in Chicago. Miss Bettio Logan is at homo from Longview, being assisted in the service by Rev. W. Slaymaker. Tho services wore held Ala. Mrs. J. W. Weatherford and A. at the Presbyterian church at 10 a. m. daughter, Misa Agnes, and son, Arch, after spending a pleasant summer with Wednesday aud then a largo number of relatives here, have left for their home at friends saw the body consigned to earth in Buffalo Cemetery. Ennlfl, Texas. Home Boarding: and Training Department Do you need any extras for your r. 1 Stove Leave your order with name and number of your stove and we can get what you want in three or four days. Don't wait until cold weather.J M'KINNEY BROS. Her-thaa- dreaa-makin- uucon-pciousne- os Fancy Grocenes,BreaiCal:es?Pies Candies, Lunches,Frits, &c, CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. , Card of Thanks, Wo desire to thank those who so kind ly Orders for Bread by Moil or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. AdR. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. lent a helping hand during our late dress. bereavement aa well as those who have helped us by kind words and wishes. We shall never forget them and will al ways pray that tho good Lord will bless them for their goodness. Mas. G. L. Mersiion and Family. DBUG B ITOCIIM. -- AND The Q. & O. and Louisville Southern will Bell round-tri- p tickets to Lexington, from Cincinnati, Louiaville and all points in Kentucky and Tennessee, Oct. 0 to 14 at one fare, on account of tho trotting meeting. Call on agents for particulars. W.O. IiinearBon, G. P. A., Cincinnati. m m SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. Tho "rocking atone," in Sullivan county, N. Y., tiDiua 40 tons uuu ia ou evenly balanced on a table of rock that it can be easily set in motion by the presauro of a finger, yet so solidly laid that the combined strength of 100 men without artificial appliances could not displace it. f Compounded Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. Wo Bo McMOBIEBTS, Stanford, Ky. Pharmacist-- , 'M. legits-- , im!y fct V m . a VS,A ftfr tti a ' "JTfr' af nr wwpfcouo.. 4W JT - ' 6 OH 8 PAGES. 'h fl L his Sunday sermon, urged tho celebration of the 2000th anniversary of the Col. E. H. Gaither, of Harrodsburg, ough of Nevada, made a spectacle of has been Colonel of the Sec- birth of Christ by great convention from all over the world iu New York, Brook-lynhimself in speaking Hgainst the repeal of ond Regiment. and Jersey City. brutal and coarse the Sherman bill by a Thero were 18 new cases of yellowSavs the "Wu assault on President Cleveland, because fever reported at Brunswick, Ga., Wed felt especially proud of Rev. W. E. Ar as he charges tho executive had tried to nesday and 52 under treatment. use his position to influence CongresW. 0. Riley, son of the hotel keep- nold, as a Bourbon boy, as he would sional action, thereby attempting to er, was either murdered or committed arise to speak in tho conference, as he Can't touch us in drawing a crowd and our store is the busiest looking establishment in Stanford, "the destroy the independence of tho tbreo suicide in Xliss Claxton's bad house at was always heard with duo respect, he city between two h ills." We can sell goods at prices that will branches of the government. Jellico. talking forcibly and just enough." the ChrisHe referred to the president as "this The effort to Jockey Henry Fields was killed by man with that record, neither educated being knocked from his horse by anoth tian Endeavor Society here resulted in at a college nor among the people," and er, while exercising on the .Lexington the enrollment of 21 names, nearly all of them ladies. That's usually the case. tried to be funny by referring to his ca- race track. reer as assistant teacher to the blind, Only about one person in three of The women are always urst in every clerk, sheriff, mayor, and practicing law- the vast number that made a mad rush good word and work here and in the For instance good Shirts from 20c to 53; our line of Underwear is yer. The assault but further emphasiz- into tho Cherokeo strip for a town lot or hereafter they will doubtless bo in at complete suit anywhere from 50c to $7. Lxamine our line of Comforts and Hlankcts: weand we can sell you a large a majority among the redeemed. es the fact that money doesn't make the a 160 acre farm got one. have the. to suit all 'Ukh Tho Presbytery of Knoxville, in sesman, nor does owning a silver mine in '" our UrY .U00tJs. Clothing, itoots and Shoes surpasses all others i Jink Reufro, Hoe Wright and Wiu. i make one a statesman. Stewart bought Shoemaker were all horribly burned by sion at Chattanooga, adopted resolutions mensity and the popular verdict is that it is perfectly beautiful. Come to see us at his office and now wants to make the the explosion of gas in a well 160 feet condemning in the strongest terms the alarming increase in mob violenco nnd government pay bim back by forcing his deep near Harrodsburg. : product on it. Such a creature can not Union county democrats have nom- enjoining upon its ministers to do what : hurt Grover Cleveland no matter what inated a strong team for the legislature, they can to arrest this wide Bproad and he says of him. Cromwell Adair for Senator aud Ignatius increasing disregard of Iaw, subverting A. URBANSKY, the very foundation of good governmeut Piietty Miss Eliza Nash, of Calloway Spalding for representative. and ministering to the most corrupt pasGeorge ounty, did not think her complexion implicated Delaney, of Union countyi sions of human nature. Pastors were ing mules of fair to good quality sold at in the murder of Xliss Abbie what it should be and she took arsenical $30 to $50. While prices were not perOliver, and sentenced to tho penitentia- ordered to read the resolutions iu full to powder to improve it. Ordinary doses ceptibly higher, a better feeling prevailcongregations. their ry for life, was refused a new trial. did not have the desired effect fast ed and moro coufidoncH iu tho future oi Figures prepared in the office of the enough, so Wednesday she took a douidently exists. Democrat. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Hcacquarters for ble one. If a marble whiteness was Auditor of tho State show that the per Tho Climax reports the pale of the diem alone to the members and employGiles Hawkins has been appointed Tribble lauds in Mud iron as follows: The what she was after she got it, for in 24 postmaster at Burgin. hours her body was etiff and cold in es of the late legislature was ?1G9,000. home pluce of 5G0A acres with one of the Underwood Bros. Bold to B. D. Rob- finest homes iu tho county sold to J. By tho collision of two express trains death while her spirit flitted among tho angels, whose faces like the land they on the Chicago & Grand Trunk railroad inson a bunch of fat hog at 5c. Stone Walker at $02.05; Terrill place of John Cash bought in tho Wrst End 205 acres to J. Stone Wakor at 5S; Pe-t- r are in are fairer than day. That is we hope two people were instantly killed and Of all kinds. The most complete line of cattle at 2Jc. it did, but it is the safest plan for girls to several were probably fatally wounded. a bunch of Tribble place of 501 acres to Dan XI. I have a few more Southdown bucks Cheuaultat $51; Estill place of liblncrea bear tho complexions thev have than All the Chicago passenger trains take poison and fly to what they know now carry armed men to resist the ban- for Bide and will also sell a few ewes. J to J. W. Bales at $50 35; Rayburn place not of. Brimstone and smoke arajnot dits who have become eo bold of late, E. Bruce. of 9SJ acres to J II. Parked at $59 90; Arion is credited with having gone a Ballew place of 121 acres to G. W. conducive to a beauty of skin. and some" of them look like moving ar Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the mile in 2:00. Pretty good for the "?125,-00- 0 at $22 10; Miller place of 335 acren senals. times. The Massachusetts democrats, believbeauty." .Monroe Stevens, a farmer of Gartoll. B. Dillingham at $05; place of OS ing that there is luck in a name, nomiW. B. Kidd bought in Clark county acres to 0. D. Cheuault at $S0. Total rard, while raising a barn was instantly nated J. E. Russell by acclamation to killed by tho falling of a post, which 2S0 cattle, 1,123 to 1,000 pounds average, $130,000. succeed Gov. W. E. Russell, the present struck bim back of the head, breaking at 4 and 4 Jc. iacumbent. The platform asserts suO. B. Perkins sold to Gover A RanNEW ADVERTI3EME.VTH. his neck. preme confidence iu XIr. Cleveland, faI want to reduce my large kin Bros. 15 yearling and Thero is a f,ood deal of bustle and stock oAvatchcs," Clocks and leivelrv. vors the immediate repeal of the Sherold mules at $33. ....v, miiui mem .11 prices never so low. activity about the magic mushroom city Call and examine the stock. man bill, congratulates the people on the Nicholas Block, of Louisville, comtraders and tbo assistant chief, operator complete overthrow of the XIcKinloy-isLadies( watches former price S50 now $.,0.00; of the Western Union were hit aud seri- mitted suicide by hanging because his and demands the passage of a Indies watches former price $35 now $27.00: infant son died. trora my farm near Gilberts (.'reek on ously wounled, in which the tariff shall hor.x list, pet yearling, Ladies watches former price $23 now $ Jos. Kindig, of Pennsyvania, bought the night of thereward awill be given torblack return Nine men are reported to have been mule. Liberal hii 17.50 be reduced to a revenue basis. Tho parO in Xlt. Sterling court day 4S mule colts tome. I'KRKINS. killed in the collision of a work train Gilberts Creek. Ky Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives 6.jt ty is in good lighting shape and the prosand forks all at the with a regular on tho Missouri. Kansas at an average of pects are that XIr. Ruspell will be elect- A shot, won at Shellback, a 200 to Texas Railroad. Tho victims were : ed, oven if the State did go republican : Gloucester, while a Clio colt lost at the railroad workman. at the presidential election very largely. wire at Gravesend at 150 to 1. Having secured tho services ol Mn. Mattie Al- This sale will George Dixon, the champion feather be made for CASI I. Bring the len from season, money along with you.' J. Davis Reid sold to Simon Weihl, cordially Cincinnati as Trimmer for thu carefullyI invite the ladira to Inspect a The populists have nominated Thomas weight pugilist, defeated Solly Smith at for Goldsmith, 100 export cattle, average selected itock ol Millinery at prices to luit the S. Pettit for the legislature from Daviess thoVoney Island Athletic Club, knock timet. The .Mum Webber, of Indianapolis, have ing him out in the 7th round. The 1,500 pounds, at 4c Xlt. Sterling Ga charge of the Dress Making Department and arc county, but Tom Tit will not be given a new ready to serve the ladles. zette. H. II. KING. MISS LICCIE IIKAZI.EV, further opportunity to make a nuisance purse won amounted to 310,000. GHOKGK II. l'KKWITT. XIcKinney Bros, bought of Richard SB Stanford, Ky and ass of himself. The democrats have A work tiain on the Richmond diBibb yester lay 100 bushels of Irish ponominated Joseph Noe and they are vision of the Kentucky Central was I at 40c and a lot of sweet potatoes to elect him aud keep Tommy at wrecked near Rennick's station. Five tatoes at $1 a bushel. home, from whence he should be per colored men who occupied one of tho MORELAND, KY., D. C. Terhuno bought this week I will offer at public outcry at my residence in We have opened up a nice line ol mitted no more to escape. Ho was to "boarders," were more or less injured. mule Stanford known as .he Helm property, on near Perryville several the constitutional convention and the St. Joseph, XIo , suffered a million colts at from $50 to SG5, and a Jersey legislature what Stewart is to the U. S dollar fire which was caused by a lighted MONDAY, OCT. 9, 1893, cow with a calf for f40. Senate, a rip roaring, rnntankeroas fraud cigar being thrown on the fifth floor of .Mills have al- The follow, ng described property l family horse Tho Stanford Roller combiuecl, i horse by and obstructionist. Townsend, Wyatt & Emery's wholesale ready bought 35,000 bushels of wheat 3 No. broodj.year-ol- i filly colt Wallace Denmark Wc paid 'spot mares, by bam Harris' cash for these goods bought them could' act horse, a No. i tiilk cows and calves, i ahor-establishment. One bank burned but it and XIr. S. H. Baughman tells us ho is wagon and harncis, a lot oi (arming tocli, one the The dry and prosy scenes of the Senmost or the least money. Hardware was where we was not the Saxton. sewing machine, Household aud Kitchen car load bts ' paying 51 cents for it now. ate were enlivened for a short time Weda lots ot corn in the field. The sale will be- which enables us to make very low prices. Salt 7?bu. Si 50 The White Caps of Central Xlississ-ipJohn Booth, of Bourbon county, sold gin at a p m . sharp nesday by what is spoken of as an excit1 crms cash or country produce. Give us a call. WnJ.ii '.. terms ol who are endeavoring to keep all in Cincinnati 11 hogsheads of good to- terest from sale will be six months' time with in..... wvt you ing debate between Senators Walcottand date Notes with interest must be money. cotton gins closed until the price reach bacco at prices ranging from 14 jc to 22c made before property is removed, and made pay Gorman. The 'former accused the latter able at the Farmers llank .V Trust Co., Stanford. JjpVe arc opening up a splendid line of Millinery es 10 cents a pound, are perpetrating per pound, an average of over 19c. Any lTicn desiring to buy any ol the above as being a steerer for the repeal bill, have 11 yearling Southdown Ihicks and 18 mentioned property privately can do so by calling outrages nightly, their methods institu Huck Lambs ill whereupon he accused the Colorado Xlonroe Salisbury offers to trot Di- 011 11 c unuertigneu at atantord. thoroughbred, for sale. ting a reign of terror. M. F.. COX. 3t is a republican, of eaves2:0GJ, against any horse, mare cr statesman, who rectum, Xliss Jennie Wainscott, housekeeper H.SOWDKK. & dropping at the doors of the committee gelding for $10,000 a Bide. It is hoped W H. MILLER. rooms. Both Senators r.fterwards modi-lie- at the Lancaster Hotel, Georgetown, Iihb that Nancy Hanks' owner will take bim MILLER & SOWDER, their language and grim visaged war brought suit for damages in the sum of up. 10,000 against Prof. J. E. Harry, of hid its ugly front. : G. D. Boone has swapped his farm of Georgetown College, because his wife ac37 acres near .May wood to .Mr. Center for Tun Court of Appeals has found after cused her of stealing her diamonds. his 6GJ acres situated near A. F. Xlober-ly'Doalors Brokers, many years that it has no right, except At Lexington, this State, it is Walnut anc Oak Hight-Daon the Crab Orchard pike, giving Clocks, 52.50. Nickel Arlarni Clocks - KENTUCKY STANFORD, in civil cases, to wait 30 days to issue the thought that the failure of tho Granite him S700 to boot. 7Sc Prices knocked silly on mandates of the court, so hereafter State Bank at Exeter, N. IL, will affect Offico Inurior Journal Iluilding. Cooper & Benedict have sold tho 25 when a criminal decision has been pass- the Lexiugton Water Works Company. Southdown bunks advertised in this paSALE. ed upon the mandate will issue imme- J. F. Putnam, president of the Lexing- per at an average of $8.75. Thoso wish diately. The discovery was made on an ton company, was also president of the ing to buy ewes of the same kind would Fine Ulue Gran Farm ot 333J4 acres on pike and finely tniprcveu application by the attorney general for a Granite Bank. do well to see them. a. Farm of too aLiea, finely impioved. Offered mandate at once in a case where there Insane on religion ond drunk to And anything in my line. Don't forget Wm. Xloreland bought of Sam XI, low pnci. the place was dauger of a prison delivery if tho boot Samuel Stothart, of Pittsburg. Pa.. Owens 10 fat hogs at 5jc; of F. XI. Ware at property, good land, can 3 too acres suburban once brought to the shot his wife to death and then did the 19 convict was not at of same at samo price and of C. XI. be divided into to n lots: good house. right thing by blowing his own brains Spoonamore 32 averagiug ISO pounds at penitentiary; 4. Fine Ulue Grass Farm, excellently improved, Col. Welch having declined to accept out. The pity is that he did not blqw 5c. XIr. Xloreland also bought in the on pike, ioj acres Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash 5 Farm of mi ncres, the Senatorial nomination in this district his own brains out and then try to exter- Hanging Fork neighborhood 103 lambs blue grass land; small near K. K. station. Good tenant house. minate hia wife if it had to be done ut at 3c, whLh he shipped to Cincinnati wim you. it dovolves upouJLincoln county to name all. 6. A farm ol 310 acros; molerately Improved and made some money on. another man. This she can very easily and well located near pike. Offered at a groit The Hon. John D. Carroll, for the H. B. Association offers bargain. The State T. do. She has a woods full of good men for the position. Hon. W. H. .Miller is State, filed a bill of exceptions to the re- $50,000 in prizes at their meeting begin7. Ulue Gran 1'arui of 13a acres, on pike. Is highly spoken of, whilo other men who port of tho commissioner of the Frank- ning Oct. 7th and continuing until the fairly Improved. would do credit to the district would ac- lin circuit or fiscal court in tho suit of 14th. The programme is one of the best 8 to la. Town lots In Sttnfcrd Iu areas to suit O-OOID- S Co' ever arranged and if you want to see tho purchasers. cept the nomination and carry the ban- the State against the XInson-ForTho bill objects to every item of the Thirty-twacres of knob land wlt.i bousj, and the best is. greatest track in America ner to victory. that disallows the State's claims races ever trotted, goto Lexington. Ed on pike, jJi miles from .Stanford. MY- Senator Wortiiam, the author of the against the aero fine farm witlt exec lent 17. A.Tipton, secretary, will supply mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike, s bill, says that Judge Wm. Rue & Son's stable at n.inv!ll.. A and lists of entries upon appli. 4 miles from Stanford, N construction of it with reference to has made 14 starts in trotting ruces this 18. 'splendid villige farm, orchard, store, S.c. , cation. at a great bargain. D progressive euchre is right. He adds season and gotJfirBt money 7 times, At Winchester thero wero about 300 Farm of 160 acres, Kood land, on pike. A there is no difference botween playthat money 3 times, third money 3 times cattle on tho market Monday. A few of git bargain Goods are- uood at $i5co. Kasy terms, quick tale ing for a prize in a parlor than for a and behind the money only once. With brought 3Jc, but the bulk of esired. the best n eo far as tho drink in a their show horses they have taken 77 fat heifers 34 Large blue grass tarm, capable ol division concerned, "Judge premiums up to date. They go Owens-bor- them sold at 3 cents or litis: into smaller farms. Desirable in every of tho law is to brought 2Jc to 2jc; good mountain ewes tar. Offered low and on vtry easy terms. particu Saufley Is a bold, nervy man." Now let next week with six extra good $2 to $2.25; hogs and ehoats sold by the at For exchange for Kentucky property-tf- o ones. the galled jades wince. head at prices thought to be 7c. Wean- - acres good land in Kansas, Well located. The twelfth npniinl reunion of the THELucille Rodney, of Galveston, Tex iNTERIORclOUML gallant Orphan Brigade drew 1S5 of the as, won a wager of So.OOO by walking votorans to Versailles, whore tbo fatted from her home to the World's Fair from calf had been killed and every thing oleo May lflto Aug. 1, film carried 30 lbs. Stanford, Ky., Seitemukr 23,1893 done for their eujoytuent. Senator Blackof baggage and counted every railroad burn delivered the address of welcouio lie from (.ralvuj ton to (Juicago. In addi Caldwell respond- tion to all that, she wold $300 worth of and W. P. WALTON. ed. The ranks are growing thinner each her photographs. year and it wont be many till the List of CHURCH AFFAIRS. thebraveold fellowB are called to cross . the river and rest under the shade of the Rev. W. E. Arnold will return iu Which is now attracting- so much attention in the White City or the Windy City, as you choose to call trees. Hussellville was chosen as the lUDlul.H.j.n,,ul,...u.i.ma,. " " m.ii tercet somcwimt mkc our csMMisiunciu. witn goous piling up in our nouse aim prices place of the next meeting. . iv. onijiiiuK.LT win imjv. uutrKcu so low, we are in btantord the night preparato and NEWSY NOTES. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ry to communion sorvices ut tue i 'res- "KVTyTirlTrT Xit 1 Ti"i 0 4 ' I Ml For Representative, rll I I lirriirturi nlmrnh .iinilnv.XI. J. Cain has been appointed postri-"""" ""VHI ! "' IM 111 V J JIK. rl f t'3 It is Saturday night, 30th, that Eld master at Waterloo.'Pulaski county. IX.WMM F HARVEY HELM. The Russian steamer AlphouBO Zee- - J. G. Livingston is to preach at Halls Gap church, aud not as stated. All the And we intend now to "astonish the natives" with prices that are absolutely too low to be referred recke burned with a loss of GO lives. For Superintendent of Public Scnools, to as rock bottom." i'o give you an idea of the enormity of our stock we mention the fact Joe Williams shot and killed Henry members are requested to attend. that we have W. F. SIcCLARY. Rev. Dr. Talmage, in tho course of over 2,000 blurts in our House and everything else in proportion. Yates at Winchester in a quarrel over &MI-WEEKL- Y -- Wonderful Ferris CQbeel - iML-iiu- u I "j 'j"i vl viyJlA ! 1 -- . ATTRACTION Senator Stkwakt of the rotten bor- u Paria-Kentucki- an: ABi samp Meeting MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD All OVER. sc THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. -- W. H. WEAREN & CO. & STOVES STOVE REPAIRS : HEATING Bal-le- w STOVES Great Clearance Sale. Stray Mule. 11 m S-- S. 1 TO THE LADIES. SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. go-in- u PUBLIC SALE KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Clothina uuuw "uoo, nau, uruueries, Hardware first-clas- s Dry d 1 Kurni-tur- e, pi , B33TC d TOEWrrT. REAL :- s, - ESTATE and CYCLONE REDUCTIONS y PROPERTYFOR 1 Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Danks, The Jeweler, UXTEW d re-po- rt o s. Ninety-thre- e anti-gambli- ng Sauf-ley'- sec-on- d bar-roo- viola-latio- o FAJLIL WINTBH All In. Come and See. H. J. McRPBERTS. arfwAJWfjSji, Anai . ! iJ... ,j lMSii ijlssstofl tr -,. Semi-Week- ly InteriokJouknal Ky., Si:iti:.miii:i. 29, W. P. WALTON. 18!).' i 3 1IJ5II FAULTS Pre " illE HAS Stani-oim)- , CLLA WHCELER WILCOX DISCUSSES THE SUMMER GIRL. && Laaaa. it. ft Tim rirat unit Mont Important Dcfrrt In llin CHlrifiir) I (ir1flliiM Thru Mm In Ortnn I.nry iukI Thotiglitlraa Thoughta Worth llriiilliii;. ICopi rlcht, !, Ansoola-tlun- .j .jm aaaaar .BaTaW La ' LaaaaPak , Oillnmn OF KY. UNIVERSITY. uunv&v lcxinqtom.ky; "Cheapest BestuusineiS Colloaein (he world. Aarard Htaktat llaaor MTorli'a KiaoallUa tar Kt.trm f lcli.krplRS aa.1 (Jaaaral BiiIihi lula.alUa, lli.OOOUraaaatMla ilaalaau. "..m. l.llllOHlnitall aanaallr. 16 Tx-tnfl.;.l. (Vat rfall Italia liklii41nc TH1. Hullaotrr a4 rlaard, atvt A)9U. Maarl.Haaa,Traa.WrtUarM4 Trlacraafc' Navaealloa. aMjlMat Ttlaaltf Iiut m, (IraWaut larataarii. tplIU. la aM alrfalara ft44rM WILBUR It. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY. nMMiiUI uuiiiiuoiumi I (ar. tf THE: WORLD'S FAIR : ,)Kz3?en- in, Hhe faults. rl',i.prl ono who hiiH her sittinj; To her - RMING ns tllo summer H In the firl.l to carry in a hammock, clothed in cool colors, "whiKinj; pretty feet and Tin QncnA Creicent Itoulr, widely known ai sweet BinllPn, tliiH assertion eccms the road running the "I'meat I mint in llir South, a HIm1, bnt ono who observes her day AND AMERICAN RAILWAYS. W, hcs tho days pleasant for her by inviting her to join thorn. Kvirythlag that an almott perfect ayttemCan They wero not in tho least jealous or devite to dwerve the praise and patronageof the Any of the disagreeable girls. They wero simply traveling puVllc has been provided AgVnlrof the companies turned below will cheer. thoughtles1. Tho idea of lathering themselves about fully give all pottible information and attittance R. II Garratt, New Otleani, t.a. I, Hardy, this girl did uot suggest itself to them. VicktbHtK, Mm J K. McCirrger, lllrmlngham, They saw her hitting about rather forV I). Ala K. T. Chtillon, Lhatlaneoga, Tenn. lornly, but they wero too occupied with Coxatt, Junction (jl),;Ky , or I), (i, Kdwards, their own plans to think of her. Cincinnati, (). Finally a mother of ono of tho young ladies took comiufsion upon tho newcomer and called tho attention of the 'evy to her situation. ..ir YOU AKK UOINC They into their midst or Ti3iTEST, mado hertook hurthem and at once. and ono of But I UK it seemed a great pity that they had not thought to do this before tho mother nuggiwUtl it. Perhaps tho most glariug faults of the summer girl nro brought out by tho sex. Tho girls who plan liko a general beLouiavilic 4 NaiMVllll R. R. fore n campaign to avoid introducing their young men friends to other girls la tht line for you, at ita art- as numerous as dandelions in May, who does introduce her TraiiiH and tho girl and ipmerously is as rare Iwaux freely at a summer resort as a whito blackbird. Make clnte connection, at It is an odd and nbsurd idea, too, this LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI of honing to hold tho attention of ono or inov5 men by such artifices. For all point". I havo observed it to bo nlmost invariIKTICKKTS SOU). lit ROUP.IIAGOAOK CIIKCKK1) THROUGH ably tho most admired and successful girl with men who does introduce them tor any information e.iqulr cf freoly and fearlessly to her lady KICK. Agent, JOKS on loth lair tha World's I'ilr at CIiImko. Southern country U left untareil furtiy railway and ita conntctiona. The Ihrouh Ctr It is diflicult to bo unselfish on a cold Sjrtii-it an aJmlral.U eapoiilloa ol the woider-lu- l Krom winter day, with a blitzing flro in tho railroading rapanilltle of American New Oilemt Through Steeping Cars run daily, grato and warm garments protecting tho ittortiliij; and cvtnlng, carrying It pataetiri tiy j lKMiy. Hut tho severest test for an unselfish nature is a blazing August sun, with Cincinnati or I.ouiilll at they may arlect. r'retn bhrevrport, VlcUaburg ami Jacktun anoth- no breozo on land or sen, and only ono er through Slrcplnjr Car line count to join and hammock at command. become a part o( th magnificent YrstibuliH I havo seen tho summer girl retain this Through Train, which, panlng-- through hammock a whole nftornoon, lazily fan- Will, Valley of Alabama, f and the famoua nlng htrnelf as sho swayed to nml frc it ilnrd at Chattanooga by the train (rem Jack and sublimely conscioni that half dozoille, Fit , llruntwlck and Atlanta, (ia ,uvrr en jieoplo Ix'sides herself might have a found K. T V. A (5 H'y, and iimcscda tiorth the the beautiful Cincinnati Southrrn, through tho tho position ecjually enjoyable. Thought-- 1 lessneM of others is n noticeable fault of grandeal natural suuery amd moil attractive country In the world, to Oakdale, where tho Hummer girl. I chanced not long ago to see a lovy of another magnificent I'utlman Car it received, I comtn.; from the Richmond fc Danville ayatsm young ladies who had formed a sort from Charleston, S C, through Columbia, f. C ) of pleasure clnb ot n summer resort, and the beautiful Krtnch llioad country, and Attmllt' who managed to extract a great dealof C , and Knoavillc, I'enn amusement out of their tuunles.s envi1 ho time to Chicago it made ao at to allerd the ronments. na.nl convenient hours for depailuret from the Into their midst cutno n very sweet principal cum and arrival, in Chicago I'aaieagars can purchaie tickelt good over one and pretty girl, ono who wan well known and re!pict(.d in her city homo. Vne natth ol the river, an 1 returning via another Shu Nit at tho same table three times a if they dctlre a variable route without eatra cturt;e Or thty can'go via Cincinnati, reluming tiny with tho six other young ladies and vil I.uiivill., or vice trrta. Blept under tho same roof. Thoy spoko r.und trip ticket! on tale at reduced ratei. with her pleasantly when they met, but Ageatt of tht Chicago line will on (request ajtiu It did not occur to them to try to makn n looking up roomi or accommodation! for visit Hum-Ingha- m trrr body from No th South jart of the after day discovers tho truth. First and foremost in tho category of thisgriat her faultn comes selfishness. walking tho dust renders that out of tho question. Sho does nothing nil day long so contitmnlly that it exhausts ono to eeo her about. Sho reads aud lolls aud ynwns till night comes, and to vary tho pro gramme next day sho j awns, lolls and rends. Yet sho is never ablo to talk of what sho ixads. Most of her convert Hon consists in wishing sho wero a great author, actor or artist. Tho lazy girl is always wishing and never doing. She in the mot aggravating of all her species. Her sins of omission outweigh nil the committed faults of all tho Hummer gills. Among tho many faults, ono finds, too, many virtues in the summer girl and nliining acts of unselfishness. Only today I saw ono of tho prettiest of tho astonishingly pretty girls with which I am surrounded hard at work making a gown for n young lady whe happened to find herself short in hei wardrobe, and tho mercury 6tood at tM in too sliiulo wnilo sho worked uway tc adorn a rival beauty. And this samo rival beauty I saw steal away from a group of admiring youths ono day recently to help a lady jerfonn Fomo unromnutic household tasks, and looking ut thesw two lovely trirls thought that tho parsing of youth should not mean for them tho fading ol beauty, for tho mm littlo spirits of un selfishness nro at work chiseling foi them n beautiful old ngo. imMmmMiymr) bT HANDSOME A 3 -- 'iv -- i:C-v- &te$asmj -- 1. mmmm iiii '""" T'nft T?r M?,fit.wOrtAl!0KhnPl0,V?Ilons bciontlllo nnd J.Ioctlvo. Among HtntUS, tWO sovonty-rourt- KY.-- An Kngllah nnd Classical bchool for Girls. Sixty-nintAnnual vvcuncauay, cepi. um, 1MJ. I'repnres"rni lor Wellealey. W. T. POYHTER. SHELBYVILIE, h JS - -- - DRIVING MARE. I'rlio 'Winner ut tlm New York Open Air 11 or Mi Minn. Tho illustration, from a photograph, a beautiful maro which took tho driving animal at tho New j rizo as York open air iiorso show. This hnndsomo creaturo is fi years old and lK'longs to Colonol Lawrenco Kip of New York. Sho is of nvcrago size, bay in color. Her owner eays tho points to ihowH 11 Ky. PENTRE COLLEGE Danville, thooldost hiAiiTfhT U its r,'0 stjidonts ThlBhfstorio college, h session feepterabor 13th. educated. ThrOo full courses. Classical Alumni twonty-fou- r Colleeo Presidents U. H..OIIO JllRtlen nf n.H. nrnirt T... Hnnr-nm,. i.f W. P. WALTON. E. C WALTON. Walton Bros. MANAGERS. Electric Lighted; Seats 500; Large Stage; Good Scenery. " ivjTv. - 1 rrs. "- - ; vA-- .i . ...,. 3W'wsISa255,,tII W-r- i flS BaVaVfialaaaaaaaaV Cor e io'4d'i.ce ith food a tmciintu rolicl ed. Ella WiiEELr.it Wilcox. rniZE WINNING HOAD MAIIE. bo considered in a road horso aro beauty, DRESS REFORM. iua,BlrjB' IS or al NORTH - Double Dally Or . I lf a Tho girl who has any understanding of men knows better than to try to keep them interested by force, Tho girl who makes Bport of tho other girls' beaux is frequently fouud at the OHIO summer resort. CHESAPEAKE If Maud is proud and happy over the fact that Will has been down from town hor, the at Philadelphia to visitmustache caustio girl pokes funand Will's and hair aad accent Baltimore, Now York, manner of walking. She likes to make Mnud feel that under no stress of cirAnd all other Kaatcrn Cilltt. cumstances could she content herself Line between Lonltvllle, Ltxingtonand Skorlett with the attentions of a man like Will. Kaitcrn I'oiott. Oivo her the chance, howorer, and IN Er'KECT NOV. i, iSoi yon would find her ready to sacriAcohcr EAST BOUND. I.ve. Uaington timo to a man far less interesting than Atlantic Kipreia No n, daily 7 lopra Will, Midland Accommodation, No ,6. ea. Sunil.oam Tho "prinking' girl who makes every Vettilmltvl Eaprcit, No 14 daily e.iopm Mt Sterling Accom , No. jS, ea, Sun. body wait tor her is another typo always J ljprn found at snmmor resorts. If a walk, a WE3TI10UND. Arr. l.e.ington: drive, a picnic or a party is on the tapis, l.enngton Accom,, No 77, ex Sun 7 35am Iouuvllle Expreta No. 11, dally 11.40pm the pretty prinker is always in arrears. Lexington Accom. No 15, ex Sun 4 ljprn Men, women, boats aud oven trains roust Vettibulcd Kxpreit No: aj, daily 6.10pm wait for hor while she pins up a stray Solid Vratlbultd Train, with Dining Cart. Ne hair, changes her stockings and rubs tho but tranfers Through Slot pert from LexiLgten without powder rag ovor her nose again. And change. tho queerest thing ubout it all is the II W. FULLFR, C II. RYAN, protty prinker looks exactly tho same Oen. Putt. Agt, Aat't (.en, Paat. Agt., Wathington, D. C. Cincinnati. when sho emerges from her room as when sho entered it. Nobody can see that sho has dono nnything to herself, yet all aro conscious of irritation of mind aud spirit by having had to wait for her. It does uot matter whether she has Mr.J.O.Jonos,of Fulton, Ark., says of had fivo minutes or five weeks' notice "About tho prinker always has to bo waited for. RBJBH tracted atea years ago I severo ooso of blood Sho does sot realize it, of course, but prison. Leading physicians prescribed it is a thoughtless disregard of the feelmoiliolno after modiclno, which I took ings of others which actuwithout any reliof. I also tried mercu- ates and intorests mako her understand her. Onco rial and potash remedies, with unsuo that sho is sooriflcing other people's timo and pleasure to her vanity and I think sho would reform, for tho pretty prinker is usually a very good keurted girl und cessful results, but which brought on nil her fault only u bad habit attack of mercurial rheumatism that Tho laty sumnisr girl is a most prog mado ray lifo ono of agony. After voking creature, especially when (lie it four years I garo up all remodiea and attractive and commenced tiling a. S. S. After pqetty would be adorublo in a bathing She taking Boyornl bottles, I was entirely suit, but she never swims it is too cured and ablo to resume work. is tho greatest modiclno for much effort. Sho is urged to join tho ? on tennis party, but alio never plujB tennis blood poisoning it is too futigiting tho market." Sho docllmf to dance, us it is such a TreatUo on llbxwl and Bkln Plietset mailed Jipre and leaves cue o moist, and as for Ua. fwft. Ky W. W. PCNN.Trav I'att Agent, Junction City, Stanford, Ky & RAILWAY. Washington, MERCURIAL oon-BEaB- RHEUMATISM fiuf-orin- RKKI to-da- y BwiPrSrkcu-ioCo.,AUftnU- , action, stylo, speed intelligence. Iaalirlln Proctor Makia n Plea For tin Theso tho maro in tho and plcturo possesses Cmt fiitlitmtl Shirt. It is enrious to observe that whatevei in n high degree. Sho won tho prizo in stylo of women's dress is in voguo then tho class for elnglo drivers 4 years old always arises a cliquo to clamor for Bomt and over. Sho has mado a trial record of radical chango in it which, if effected will mako tho human raco wiser, happiei MnmiBcmtMit of u Hoar. and better in every respect. No donbl Much tho most common way is to let Evo had not worn her fig leaf costume e tho boar run with tho eows indiscrimiweek lef ore Adam began to demonstrate nately during tho breeding senson, but to her that unless she changed its entire it is not tho best way, nor is it best (alconstruction sho was liable to sunstroko though better) to have him shut in n pen ophthalmia and spinal curvature. Th or lot that is in sight of oralongsido tho cry of "reform" has continued evereinct inclosnro whero tho sows nro kept. So with more or less vigor through nil the long as ho is where tho sows can bo seeu contradictory phases of fashion, tho kind or como nenr, especially when any of of reform called for varying with eocb them nro in heat, ho is constantly in a ohongo of modo in order to bo In opposi- wearing, tearing fevor of excitement, tion to tho prevailing style. on his feet und using his energies nnd If short dresses are worn, there must ingenuity to break out. At such times bo a reform in tho interests of womnn it requires a strong pen to keep him in Uness und grace. If long gowns obtain, place, nud ho should from tho first bo n reform must be instituted in favor of accustomed to ono that there is no probahealth and cleanliness. When skirts bility of his breaking down, for if ho once expand, statesmen shout for a rcfouri discovers that by perseverance ho can that Khali secure sufficient standing room get away ho is thenceforth doubly troufor the nntion. When they cling, the blesome, nnd in soma instnnces keeping cry Is still reform for tho sake ol him lu plnco is almost an impossibility. modesty. Hy no ingenuity enn fashion IIo should hnvo n comfortablo lot, contrivo u platform that reform is not largo enough to permit plenty of exer-cisnnxious to knock from beneath her. and somo opiortunity to root, a well A year or two agojwpulur reform took sheltered, dry, sunny sleeping place nnd tho shanoof a"btiHineh8 woman's dress, bo given two or three times daily as although why business women should be much wholesomo feed as ho will clear any readier than anybody else to tlckel up, and it should largely be something themselves by wearing a sjK'cial stylo it besides corn. Oats or ryo, ground, with not apparent. If a woman has hersell somo wheat bran mado into a slop, help nnd others to support, sho has quite lim nlong with somo corn to mnko a feed itntlons enough created by her circnm that is healthful and a much better balstances uot to submit to an artificial re- anced ration in every way than is possistriction in bo personal a matter as thai ble in any single article. Of courso ho of her wardrobe. Tho women most pub is not to bo deprived of ns much fresh licly in favor of a reformed attire foi water as he wants, and I would season working women wero ladies who them his slops with as liberal proportions of selves had littlo else to do except theorize salt as I use in my own food, notwithin their drawing rooms. It did uot seen standing tho belief held by so many men to occur to them that their sisters le.si that "salt is pizen to n hog." fortunately situated might object t If a pan of wood ashes is thrown to adopting a class uniform which would him two or three times u week, ho will nccent tho differenco between them and pick out und eat tho bits of charcoal in the lilies of tho field. them with ns much relish as tho boy One of tho oddest among tho Into freaki does raisins from a Christmas cake, and of reform is tho trousers conventional, ns a mild corrective drugs and "condiChicago as if tho gathering together ol tion powders" nro not to bo compared to n iuw uiMiuuifcinii vkinji iiiiuiiicrn iu cu it. If his tusks becomo long or he shows tumu could havo any appreciable influ a disposition to mako trouble with them ence over women nt largo in making which ho may do with deadly effect at them sncnflco their own fancies and re- tho most nnlooked for momont they quiremeuts in tho way of dress. Trous can quite readily bo wrenched off byget-er- s nro convenient, butnt their best theyj ting a firm grip on them with a pair of givo a woman tho look of a soubrottol blacksmith's pinchers or cut off with a at their worst that is, when she is raid-- i fino Baw. dlo aged aud stout they rob her of hei It is a better way to turn a sow for mature dignity nnd render her a lnugh-- service in with the boar than to tako him ing stock. Tho grace aud statoliness be- among the other hogs. She should then stowed by flowinggarmentsis universal bo removed from his sight and hearing. ly recognized witness tho robes of of As a rulo I would prefer to uso a boar flee and church vestures worn by meu. not much less than n year old. Although tho latter adopt trousers ai In most of tho hog raising states it is their ordinary dress, thoy can tho bettei scarcely prudent, owning to dangers of bear tho severity of tho attire thai sudden cold nnd storniB, to have pigs strength rather than beauty is theii farrowed until tho warm days toward natural adornment. Tho skirt lends a tho middle of April, so that ubout tho dignity to woman's shorter stnturo and middle of December not earlier Is a softer outlines that sho can ill afford tc favorable timo for tho breeding. lose, and sho will probably continue tc Sows that are being bred for tho first wear it despite the reformers, as Ion. time can as well be coupled a little Inter as she retains tho aesthetic instincts and than old ows, because the old sow will reserve which aro characteristic of the usnallr earrv her nlors from 113 to tin maj'ority of her sex. days, while a gilt may farrow any time Tho advocates of still another scheme between 100 and 110 days after service. of reform earnestly recommended the It is n common belief uinong many breed costumo of their invention ou the ground ers that service of a sow at tho beginning that it "completely concealed tho form' of heat will result in n largo proportion without seeming to realize that theii of femalo pigs, and that if coupling is not movement was retrograde instead ot done until tho last hours of it more of progressive. Why not at onco declare the pigs will bo males, but I have never in favor of tho dress of tho women of the been able to satisfy myself of its correct harem, who never appear in public un ness. Exchange, less they aro completely veiled from head Sheep and btelne) at the World's Fair. to foot? In a land whero women aro ad The sheep nud hog show takes ploco mitted to havo not only soul but intellect, nud are therefore respected, there between Sept. 26 and Oct. 14. There can bo no possiblo reason for muffling the will bo 1,347 hogs entered for premium, figure out of all semblanco to woman which is a larger number than nny hood, nnd reformers whe uro guilty bj European fair could gather. Of shwp implication of such disrespect will uevci there will be 1.7S3. Canada sends 470 hnvo a largo following. Garments are sheep and 00 hogs. Ono would hardly worn for warmth and covering, nnd whaf suppose thero wero so mnnv breeds of beauty they possess is mainly borrowed! 6heep in this country till ho glanced over from tho body which they cover nnd tho list of those to be exhibited. There which is tho reason of tholr being. Con nro American Cots wolds, Leicesters, cenl by drapery all indication of its snap, Southdowns, Shropshlres, Oxfords, nnd movement and there remains inerel) Ilampshires, Dorset Horned, Cheviot, Dea clumsy mass of cloth, devoid of mean laine Merinr-J- and French Merinos, and ing or individuality. just 'plain merinos without any prefix. Tho absurdities a sC distortions of dresi Theso latter aro divided iuto classes A aro greatly to Ix condemned ns sini and B. Class A includes merinos that 'against tho principle of hygiene, ther-for- hnvo been bred for fleece alone; class B against thoso of beauty, but it is no. those bred for both fleeco and mutton. necessary to wear startling or hideo"' garments in order to bo clothed healthlion, II). fully. A woman of seiso anal artistic At the Ofclnhoum stution at Stillwnte-thoperception can dress conveniently and are experiawntlug with n keroene becomingly without departing so flu emulsion made by dUsolvkg .1 ounces from tho ruigning mode as to make her- of soap iu 3 pints of watr and adding self conspicuous, and women will nc H pints kerosene. mixture i agidoubt keep 0 exercising their own ta't tated until an emulsion is formed and is in tho inatU'i despite all the conveu iuri then diluted to muko three galluus. that can bo called by young nnd 1 1 ctj When fins i sprnjed upou tho cattle, it enthusiasts. Isabella Pkoctoo. J keciB tho horulllu away. o i J Tbe World's Fair Route from the South O.' . . 'To., f :v. 'n ?M nOi Pennsylvania short lines OVER THE 'V!ilyfel jJ o lWLVStr 1 if Mu r. . tf. f V 1 FROM 74'i ar - "a. fA s f'riJJ ! LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE rceiuoca Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Ptflor Cut, Only Route Through the Indiana Natural Gas Belt. TICKETS VIA THCtE UhtS AKO THUR CONhECTIOtiS CAN BCaCCUAtS AT IMS PRINCIPAL TlCKCT CFFICU Of SOUTHERN ftAllvtAIS. FOR SPECIAL INFORMATION 11 REGARD TO PATH A AM tttlUtO DETAILS CCCEBMIO THIS FIRST-CLASERVICE, PlEAlt APPLT IN FTfUON OR Br LETTER OS TELEGRAM TO EITHER CF THE, rOLLOwiNQ I THROUGH R. E. LICIT Southra Pni'r lnct, - I1SIYT1H Tin. GEO. R. TH0aPS0 S. E. fuj'r agtat, LKUGTOI, IT. 1. ItDEitSGI. D ttnet Pau r l;Lt, - WUISTI1U, SIXOU aOOHT. aisUtt Gfoeril Pus'r annt, . E. Ut. rcorli Visa Stv, 0505311,0. II. ai Queen & Crescent Route Finest Trains in the South." Through Cars toChtcigo without change.from New Orleans, Meridian. Dirmingham, Chat- tanooga, Jacksonillc, Fla., Atlanta, Macon, Asheville, N. C, KnoxilIe. Tenn., Lexington and Georgetown, Ky. Choice of routes via als Cincinnati or w.i Louisville. lowed on all World's Fair ticVets, at Chattanooga, Louisville, Indianapolis or Cincinnati. For further information as to Rates, Car Service, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call on or address nny agent of the Queen &: Crescent Route or E. T. V. & G. Ry. D. G. Cowards. G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Stop-over- , ! - THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. h.i J Lin-coin- s, , 3 vtuaC C&i viGtz Tuiu lO2Sss s&ssiu? ST trr7k tZuzy && &cuce? f. &irz-zr- & y Tl-i- s 1 K1S I1TE HUVrONVlLLK, . j - J ! I tlah-n.vi ( J if a if h . i '. a i rt ! 1 t .'ft tf I d I vi ft ' bonnet with,vtflvet What AfToted th IN WOMAN'S REAL3T. had aand ber trimmedwero ltffto, $Ko ! Jones Last night Temperature. gloves was a ecorchaa. no longer young, but will always romain Smith So? I didn't notico it. ROYALTY A GREAT ATTRACTION TO a striking woman, nnd sho Knows how J. Didn't notico it? Why, everybody to drew. The dainty little Prticw3 do was complaining. ?HZ FAIR SEX. Sagan wjw also thero nnd was handed MYERS HOUSE S. It wasu't very hot whoro I was. lar World's Fair rate. These tickets are to her place by tho Marquis do Qorin, J. Singular. Whero wero you? s On this doctors don't disagree. It may good going via either Cincinnati or Gossip From Or.ltc n lie. who is at Aix for his health. S. I went to boo my girl, and J disns nn assured fact Unit the LoniHville. Throiitfli cars to Chicago, Tlrnl ne" Wattrrtu Costumes A Court The princes woro n dress of gray silk covered that sho had seen me tho pre- bo retarded p. W. GREEN, Prop. delegates to tho Pan American Congress quick time, most elcgaut equipment. Some Stylish TTnll Drosses Won- warp henriotta nnd whito serge. The Dress vious ovoninif treating another' girl to at Washington, who travel over the He sure nnd take tho Quen'i & Crescent This stable, which Is run n connection wilh the derful Netr Toilets. ' was cut with an elliptic ftuouco, ice cream. fkirt M)ir lloute, haafbrtn supplied with Chesapeake it Ohio Hallway will, with Kont, For rntec, schedule (deeping J.-- Hal Well? (Copyright, 1603, by Annrlpa I'rcus Artsocut and this Ii.ia n band of whito forgo nt the bottom, headed by n silver braid. At (ion. one accord, praise its scenery and train ritr nervations, etc., call on miy agent A Now Lot of Horses, Garriagaa, S. Well, sho roceived mo with freeztho knees where it joined there was a ing hauteur nnd wus most icily disponed service. There is nothing in tint way i nf the E. T. V. k G. Kail way, Queen It was growing cool vft Bugfjics, Wagons, band of Persian embroidery. Tho puffs all tho evening. nr.d peoplowere lliiiik:njjof the bttperi lovely; mountain views and pictureeim ; Cresceu: Honto or Louisville South chnrins of Paris n:id pttiiif, ready to i;t to the alcoves wero white sergrj, so was nil wrumiKl'i Snppl es and is belter than esrvr J. I see, I see. Boston Courier. vallejs of tho Virginia, to tmpre . rn r.. 1L, or t). G. Edwards, CI. 1. A., prepaie uiply tint public with arrived, ami the vest, niid the Eton jacket had a band when tho king ot with that thruuith wh'cli thu Cincinnati, Chin everybody decided to t..y n few week' of tho embroidery, nnd so had aloovo a KiNaa, A Stilted Gnuvartatloc Biaa Ohio iiallirvid pttt-i- . Tl" ! longer, for rrv:, is. certainly u great Tho bolt was of tho same, hold by i Weddirsji Ptrsonal and piomptattcntioo 1 vtnlo Atmospheric Orjgeni is nothing of hixtii to ratuiu in Amer attraction, though, to be bure, tho kinsf quaint silver buckle. Sho had n i'attits aud Ilurials. I'. V, OR REN ns great as a tri throug'i t Mr- V.ru. as. straw hat, grny, with whito nnd of Greoco is the iinietest and most ir Clil M-I'rpprirAr. A I. nUIlNS, MsnKer. ent of men. IIo ooues for his health, mnizo ro'ettes'of crape, and a white and there is no other ntiru.i i Ml Auriibfit that does not ahrr tho fr.ct that he aigrot in front. The Prince Talloyrand-Porigorcm superior to the C. A O in 'ti mio ' do Qngau wus also there and is real, live kim,' and much moro K i nrpa and ability of its trMi'rt I than the most of kint;j. Fc wore a white duck vet and a pleasant V. Vtstibul Limited oo'ii.; nf j tl e brightened up ni;ain, and smile, besides n Prince Edward suit of famous trHius of the world ln '.i BT ABSOHPTKKf. hasty orders brought soino wonderful drab two ed. Tho king of Greoco wore a penko & Ohio passes through Hull I.un, new toilets not quite so diaphanous, but plain black frock coat suit and. looked Manassas and other noted tut tie tit its like n pleasant, studious inan who ncLer than those seen before. n. C l Wsl' M.it anit Rrsln Traaln Hut la boI.I under rxMlllr written iruarsmtr. by nutbl There aro picnics whero scarcely any smiled much nnd said littlo. tho bft routu ler and is in all Mnutory; lots, of tie.1 agenU only, to nir Wf After nnd beforo the delicious open nir one tut titled persons or "quality" arc the West, North-Werower, nnd South Went Mannmi: wnKSiigsw; 4th & Jirr. Sts. llralnan.1 Nerv Itvll ; Ijwk or CooAiImS; NUiht IiiMees; prosent, and tlioso picnics aro arringed dinner tho guests played tho famous LOUISVILLE, KY. Nerroosne; Ijwltul" An rralu; to tho National Capital. For copy tI 1'oisVr COLE DLDO. on the Dutch plan, each one paying hi French scissors game and groa teto, and In either ft, rati! y t( the Ootixraltre I ' Virginia in black and white, free and V ruta. NHviur, Ttrnt. '.r'nri, or Kielvi V ot or her own expouses. And lots of fun porno of tho ladies blindfolded won hand - wSleh enon lead to 04 DlSHKlOMAU, A i A. Tobacco. Opium t J full information regarding rates and I -- .. tj j'i.1 lVsth. Ilr mill. some prizes by cutting n ribbon. There Mlserr. OottsutiiiiU n MfStnil (or SO pft took fro. i ituaranten WtcarTpr C. U. Ryan. AssisCfiirfJ. witr ! II train service, address nro SO or SO ribbons stretched from two k tin m ni'i a n'riain Toatlmonlal. reruwl tuouer- - nini G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. ruro for Couiibs, I'V,,, vi i, llrtochltl", Cnsjti, tant i, rt t lleasant to poles, and on each is n prizo. Tho lady The KIctropoiM will cure rnsny caies M al teste Wbooptntf Ooutih, where solhitif else will It hat winked like I.Ow lw, nuwXe.:td is then blindfolded, nud with A pair of htuall alia dlcuu:ii Kct Geo II. Means, DOWWC. UUAUAMU21UsudouIyby Metcali county sat down heavily on chirm lu my Isiuilj scissors walks about 80 step, after Covington, Ky $1U0, resolution to ndorse Gov. Brown for U. turning twiconround, and cuts. If she It Is certilnlr wonderful Instrument snJ it is A. ft. PENNY, Truth. more wonderful as to bow It do lis work, ret It reaches n ribbon and cuts it, aho gets S. Senator. As a Senatorial possibility doe. it. T K. U llrmley, whatover was hung on it. The gros Only Doc. Gov. Brown is so deep down in the con-b- (1 he veteran plow manufacturer nt tbe Sou.h J SolMtllB Amerlcti Loulavillc, Kt. tete is n big paper head, and you throw Ho was n bright looking littlo chap, m m u that ho couldn't be hoisted out With the Elxlropo se I have cured dvipcutla, sticks at it. Tho ono who hitd it gets n and ho walked along Penn avenuo loadcomtipstion and liver trouble, lagrippe, he ache of the Campania. prize, often n ridiculous thing, ilen ing a hungry looking dog by a string. with tho anchor tocthache,bad colds, rheumatism, iifuinlia, Owtnsboro Inquirer. collr and piles The result are wonderful, play at this mostly. Theso aro inno- IIo seemed undecided whero to go or chills and fever have seen cured In (So minutes, cent amusements nnd do not disarrange whnt to do with the cur. K II t.yle, Churchill, Ky Nashville. Tenn., .March t). IS!) J. The tho toilets liko tennis, which is not very Occasionally he would stop as if to Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., u mucn liked in France. Tho company think for nwhilo, cast rather a depress- Gentlemen: I have had muscuUr rheuTmm TT. OAVIATS. m sang to guitars and n fluto and walked ing glanco nt tho animal, pat him a littlo matism and indigestion for a number of nauai issnsi, lor-picking late flowers, and after n and start off aimlessly ngain. about years and had hopes of ever finding DKIIOU PATRMTS, any relief, a thu moet akilled physicians COPTRIQHTa. etoJ decorous tea, nl fresco, returned to DTo finally observed a woman of kindly Tor Information nl ttto Handbook write to without injury to ono toilet faco, well dressed nnd who looked as if had failed in my case, but I am happy o UUNN A CO, Hi 1IUUAUWAT, NfW YOIIC. Oldest tmrraq for aerurtr-- pleota In Amerlna, sho might tako nn interest in almost any state your Antiseptic has made a comir temjwr. JJverTl nttent taken out Ir ua la tironahi txifnns Yesterday two ladies had fall dresses kind of n dog. Ho stood and waitod for plete euro ami I do mot heartily recom UepuUiabyanuUoagtT(i f roe of charta m u sent them nnd nnturally displayed thorn her, nnd when sho enmo np his faco mend it to1 all for rheumatism and indiwill gladly answer all quesgestion. "MOTHER'S FRIEND" la tho trrratrntr today ujon tho plago. One was n soft brightened, and ho naked nppealingly: ..v.. Yours tions in regard to Ant'septic. uurrr.i rniici uvsnnj; woman. I Iiavn Uvn n cheviot, with diagonal weave. Tho color "Missus, don't yer want ter buy a fino respectfully, W. E. Hntman, 310 Broad for iruuir ycn, and In each rani Ijuveatdreulallon of anr rxienuflepeperln the o InteliireuA whero Mother's Friend" hadlormiM-- itha world, hpleudldlr lltustrmlot. was a clear biscuit, with two gray stripes dog-street. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanarcninpltabcil womlora ainl relirrrd much man should be without It-- Weekly. 83.01) III between ono broken lino of black. Thoro "Poor doggy." and Bho btooped and ford. itUTerinjc. It U tho lett remedy for rlslni: ot yenri IIJOsli month. Addrrws lif'NN A tXA, the breast known, and worth tho pricoforUiai t,LUsuinA,y01 Uruadsray. New York Uty wero two gathered ruffles of tbe samo. patted him. mv. X. M TO ClIlCAOO VIA THK LiKBS. Tho belt was of black velvet, and so wero TllO "How much do von want for him, lit.....TAKK THK Montgomery, Ala. thecollar nnd shoulder straps. Thosleoves tle boy?" greatest trip to tho greatest fair on earth I can tell all oxrweunt mother tf they will THn WATTEAU TICNJC GOWN. wero double puffs, and thero wero epauu "Only n quarter, mn'nm. He's a fino and a ride; Detroit to Chicago jro a fnw bottle of Mother's I'rlend they will through tho ordeal without any aln ami ihey havo over it. At these picnics the lets of ecru lnce. Tho poko hat wns of dog, ho is. Why, yer can teach him anyvia the grandest palace steamers on thu Buffering. Ma. SUr llajksitAu. Zadies dress in their very prettiest and ecru straw, with black velvet and pink thing if yer know how. He's a good Arguavlllo, N 1. most picturesquo gowns, always with a roses. The parasol was of biscuit surah, wntchdog, too, and ho don't eat much." Lakes. Picturesque scenery. Returning Mother' Friend boforo birth ol my Chicago direct, all rail; or you can elcbtii child. Wilt never cvam Ita iiralo. view to the lovely green trees and shrub- nntrimmed. The written description of Tho woman came to tho conclusion from "Ot " wv ty.llJ',,T i CKIUt?tlvO- Mk4. J. y. xiooaa, Colusa, Cat bery in the background. The van with this exquisite dress does not convey its that the Inst statemont was true, but sho go to Chicago by rail and return via the Lakes and Detroit. Berth and Font by cxprtM, chargea prepaid, on receipt the provisions precedes the carriages by neat mid elegant npje.irance. still hesitated about making tho purchase. THE POPULAR AND DIREfT irf jsms t JO per betfle. between Mackinac and Chicago about 100 yards, and tho carriages folThe other dress wns of corded cloth, "What kind of a dog is it?" sho asked Hound-trirati) from Cincinnati $21 HO LINE TO... . low as though going to a funeral, but somewhat like bedford cord, but in this hesitatingly. BRADPIELD RUOULATOR CO., (via Toledo and boat 30c less.) For full the bright costumes nnd parasols, hats the cord is tip and down, with tho unhalf bull. You just ought to see ther information ask and C, II & D. It. Bold by alt dnigglm. Atlanta, o. "lie's t and fanciful wraps and fluttering rib- derlying surface of a different color. him chaso cats!" It. agent, or address E. 0. McCormick, bons, mako it appear a very lively "in- This wns black nnd gold. Tho gold G. 1 & T. A. C , II. & D. R. U , Cincin"Well, whal's tho other half?" - And terment." A I.I. showed only in certain lights. Around Tho littlo fellow pondered for nwhilo nati, 0. POINTS Tho king was invited to ono of these tho bottom thero was u band of plaid in and seemed very much ierploxed, ns ho Onk with f'J additional delightful picnics by tho young Duchess black and brown, with n thread of gold sized tho animal up and thought. Finally The Famous Specialist, of Bligny out of courtesy, and much to color on each stripe that mado tho plaid. his face lit up ns he hnd solved tho prob- for tho round trip Harvest Excursions, every one's surprise ho went, not in the Thero was n yoke of this plaid and a lem, nnd ho answered: Sept. 12th und Oct. 10th. The Aug. proces&ion, but quietly in his own car- ripple Iwrtha of tho same, topiwd by n Wisconsin Crmthal Links will run low To Visit Our City Professionally. "Why, just dog." riage, meeting tho party on tho grounds, narrower one of tho cloth. The sleeves lie's still trying to sell tho animal, and rkto Harvest Excursions on tho above Visitors w Monon is which wero about six miles from the were gigot and of black velvet. Tho cor- any ono who wants a dog might get him dates to points in Minnesota, North aud An Excellent Chance for the Sick VeitlhuUIramember th Dininc Cart, the tine, Cw tt Trams, I'alace Cars, I'ullman IJurtet blseprrs, at lowest rates. shore, and ho insisted on paying his ex- sage buttoned on tho left tido nnd wns for much less than a quarter. Pittsburg and Suffering. South Dakota. Ticketa will bo good 20 penses, 10 francs. Thero were several double breasted and had small postil- Dispatch. For Information address r days from dato of Halo, with Americans thero, and it must be admit- ions at the back. Tho skirt had openFREE CONSULTATION, Chlcaeo IVASO IIAKKKK.nl) !P jJbAilsviQc privileges to pointn weot of St. Paul and A Few Ilulcs. ted that they "dearly love a lord." Ono ings in front which buttoned under CRUSH. And examination at his Private I'aiiors at the Don't wasto your money. Even if you Minneapolis. For full information adwas in absolute do3pair because she Haps. The bonnet was of jet and gold it yourself lefit bo dress any of tho Company's representa- Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, thought n rough and ready cootume tho beads, with a bead butterfly. Thoro wns donotdesiro-tous- o Co best for u picnic. The young duchess n tau colored surah parasol to go with of service somewhere. Thero aro tives, or Jamrs 0. Pond, Gen. Ph. and one day only, methods of disposing of it that ar Agt STANKOKI). KY. wore a regular wattoau costume of pmk this, and the costume was much admired. Or Returning every I ar weeks durinf thcycar. taffeta, with au ovordresa of palo bluo I have just heard of a trosseu about distinctly uusolflsh. Is now lully organiied and ready ft business wfrb of childhood that stand net You can put it under tho corner of tho foulard with pink and green figures on finished for a young American girl who bold as our memory reverts Paid up Capital of - - $200,0Tt. it. Her slippers had high red heels, and is to Ikj presented to tho queen in Lou- carpet for tho roaches to play with, and out inwhen rsliet, young, none are more to the e were days promt isvsre sho woro a pink plume in her hair. don and then is going homo to bo mar- when tho roachou got tirod of it some in- nentthanlcmemlcrssickness.it The young tnothtr Surplus, . OOt . 'C was vividly Tho ely littlo woman bad worn a sur-to- ried. Her court dress is ashes of roses, dustrious mouse with domestic caxos on Couch Remedy curedthat ol croup, Chamberlain's her and In turn SUCCKSSOH tn THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. of gray alpaca so that no ono had train lined with whito hatin. Tho front her mind can use it for upholstery pur- administers it to hor own otTsnrtnr and always HANK OK STA.NrOKI), even guessed her coatumo until sho took of the dress is of pearl embroidered whito poses. Thero ia nothing that tickloa a with the bsl rsiulls KorsalabyW II. Melt HRasW? ItuKglsti, Stanford, Kv. Now closing up) with the same asset snduo4sr off her big hat, of which the pink feather crape over white satin nud with a band refined mouse moro than a few hundred ido same iiini(tnirnt. had seemed a part, and unbuttoned the of white ostrich tips at tho bottom. Tho dollars turned into bedroom furniture. A Good ThlnK to Koop nt Hand. By ptovitioas of its chatter, depootors are ssj fully Or you might put it in a teapot on tho aa aie depoaitiwa in Natlofttl and stoppod forth in that surtout train is held with ropes of iearh which rom th Troy, Kss . Chief: Soms yurs ago Ksnks, its shsrsholders being held Individual? gown. Tho rough and ready droop down over tho shoulder. A tuft top shelf of tho cupboard. And when the we wen very much subject to ssvere spells of cholliable to tbe esteat ol tbe amount of their stoat we feel any symptoms era ihertsn at tbe par value thereof, in addition to ts American nearly died of vexation. The of whito ostrich tlpd nnd un nigret hired girl wants to go to a picnic she that morbus, and nowwhenailment, such as sickness usually proceed that sraount invntrd in such shares. It may act as pretty duchess looked like a picture just will bo worn on tho hair. Tho slippers may stumble .icro&a it and forever blwi at the stomach, diarrhoea, ate., we become sciry csccutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, m fully ei We hive found Cbsmberlaln's Colic, Cholera and como to life. She is pretty anyhow and nro whito satin embroidered with seed you for your forehandedness. in individual ' siiiiiBsiHLsiiiiiiiiiBs)HKL Diarrhoea Remedy thi very thing to straighten To those who entrusted their buisiness 10 ns Another way is to put it in nn old one out in such cases, and always kerp it about generally affects tho picturesque. Ono pearls. A fan of whito plumes with n swawawawawawawawawawawawaTiV while raaaging Ihe Lincoln National Hank ol '' waswawawHaswswawaV this for pay vttimoniai, day sho woro n gown of black lace over studded pearl handle will completo this stocking aud hang it up in the clothes We are not writingknow whata is a koI thing but Stanford, we here imdcrour many thanks rjtd to let our riMdnrs u rust they will continue to transact their businBsi red velvet, nnd another day sho woro a superb gown and give tho American col- press. When somo other mombor of th have hndr in the house. For sale by W II Mc with us, olimiag as a guarantee for prompt pink Bilk muslin with 30 flounces of ony in London another reason to feel family concludes to got rid of Bomo of Roberta, Drugciit Stanford. to ssme, our tweuty years experience le and as ltbtralaccommodstioDS as are tho accumulated trash, this will make white, buttonholed on tho edges with proud. Iwaiiiiffr banktncwith sound bauking siiiiHB siHH the ragman very happy. Ki. silver thread. But not every ono can Tho wedding gown is mado of mat Hekb mmmr rIKKCTOMS: You might carry it around in your afford such toilets. whito pcau do soio, and tho skirt is quiltJ J Williams, Ml Vernon; I was told that thero would bo quito a ed in diamond pattern, each corner being pocket, aud by so doing draw it out ffhcii Baby wn hick, wo uaro her Cictori. J. M, Hail, Stanford; revival of watteau costumes this season held by fino pearl boads. Tho watteau whilo looking for a letter, nnd leavo it When alia wiu a Child, aha crIM for Co3torU. J.S Owsley, Stanford; sssssssssssss3Iw.bssssssssssssssssss? iWHpnL for high teas and receptions not bimply train is of whito brocado lined with whito for Eomo jwdoatrian who was careless When ah btcnme llbsi, rJia clunj; to Castor), S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; - tho watteau plaits down tho back, but satin, and all around tho train is sewn a and did not savo his money. t...i. i ,yassasjt J K Lynn, Slantont; There nro other ways to 1m unselfish, Vlen ahe had Children, sho gfvethem Ourtoria. tho wholo design, with low panniers twisted rope of pearls nearly an inch in J. K. Cash, Stanford; I)r Appleman. formerly of New ork, now per" theso rules aro simplo, direct and but or loopings. Tho elbow sleeve will come William Cooch, Stanford; manently loratrd in I ouisvtlle, Ky , is a sufficient. Washington Star. in with them. The quaint printed silks Hospital Medical ColUv-r- New Vork A. W. MIUewg''Uiy-S- . City, the mrxt nolabln institution of its kind In of this season lend themselves admiraH. Slunks, i'residem, America. He has made a special study of the bly to tho watteau styles. Thoro is a pale The Doctor on Itlcycllnc. Tor a lame back or pain in the aide or chest try Dr. J II. Owsley, Cashier, Chamberlain's bluo and whito striped peau do soie W M ililght, T Patronofi You havo frequentlj aid saturation a fnecr of llannel with afUcled parla EYI, EAR, N081, THROAT. I'aiii Iluliu and binding it onto the which has rows of tiny but most perthat you do not recommond hicycling for This troatirent will cure any ordinary case in one fect flowers printed on tho white btripes. invalids, and yot you havo just udvised or two days.forPain Halm also cures rleuraatism. And chronic I)iseasw in the great Hellevue ands sale byW.il, McHobcrtt, Drug Chanty Hospitals, New York City, and 50c bottles NATIONAL BANK The same design is carried out in lilac, my Bon to get a bicycle. of this cipsnciu. are many phenomiual gill, bunlord. cures all over the State. He successfully treats lavender and palo rose leaf pink, n shade Doctor I told him to get ono with n OK STANKOKI). KY The way the looks troubles the woman who is that has been out Feveral years. This pneumatic tiro. Acute and Chronic Catarrh, delicate, rundown or overworked She's peachblow silk in rich qualities are and "Oh, that sort of tiro makes a differthin, and pale, and itworrles hsr. Now the way to look well is to be well. ItitiKlsK in Kars, deafness, diseases f tho eye, ear, CopitalStock very dolicate. Thero aro also several ence, I presumo." And Ihe way to be well, it you're any such thrsat, lungs, sumach, liyw, kidney, ur nary nd Surplus beautiful striped silks whero tho darker "A very great difference. Carrying is lo faithfully use Iir 1'ierces Favorite bladder, nervous prostration, disbetes, dyspepaia, only mullclno that's coasliaation, rheumatism, paralysis, epilepsy or Prescription. That is stripe is of ashes of roses, un exquMte tho wheel back and forth to tho repair guaranteed to build up tho woman's strength and to ts lismorroids, pilet,:urrd without knife No Attention of the public is invited to the lac shop will 1)0 mwt excellent exordia, cure womsn's ailments In every "female com- pain asd no detention from work. tint. These cilks naturally aro for home that this is the only Natioual Dank in Stanford and in every plaint," irregularity or weakness, and evening wear. madam." Good News. unuerme provisions or the National Hank Act exhausted condition of the female system if It Young ,nd Middle Aged Men dcosito;a are secured not only by the capital To return to our picnic. The brilliant ever fails to penefit or cure, you have your money itock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an . back. and beautiful Countess of Martel, who Tho ltullui; 1'asslou. suffering from spermatorrhea and lmpotncy at smount equal to tho stock, so that depositors ol H writes so many novels, was thero, and Old Skinflint was on his deathbed and the result 01 in youth or esccsa is ma- this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. All Froo ture yssrs asd othar cnuie producing sore of the Five sworn statements of lliifcondltion of the bajik sho is always exquisitely dressed, though had given directions that tho funeral ire nisds each year 10 the United Stales govern'I hose who have used Dr. King's New I)cov following effects sues. a emissious, Lloiches, dea "literary person." Iter gown was of bhould bo an cheap as possible. ery know its value and those who have not. have bility, aervoutnrst, iliiilotis, confusion of ideas, ment and its assets are examined at stated tinjee dslskiive golden brown faille, draped and flounced "Have you anything else on your now the opportunity to trya it free. Call on the ad- avirson tu scciuty, unfits the meiumy nnd susual njiuieiiinicni agents, inns swuriug addilitoaa uu perfect safety to depositors vertised druggist and get tiial bottle free. Send eshaiiitioa which victim for bu'inos NEW PARISIAN FAIX OOWMB. his institution, onirmallv with rare old Spanish lace. Tho drapery miud'r" asked u member of tho family. your name to II. E. Hucktcn & Co , Chicaeo, and Or nsrnsgf, a.e perm.iiestly cured by remedies Deposit Hank of Stanford In 185s, then trial bottle surrounded the shoulders and was drawn diameter. They aro not real pearls, but "Yes," replied tho dying miser. "Whon get a as a copy ofof Dr. King's New Lite Pills is aot 111j1.11 us. tied aa the National ilank ol Stanford iSojabd Guide to Health and Household well again fichu fashion around the bust and down those on tho squnro corsago nre, and so you telegraph tho news of my death to Instructor free. All of which is guaranteed to do the First National Uankol Med Stat ord in it.81, has bad practically an unin'te- you good and cost you nothing at A. K. Penny's to the hips, where it formed a slight are thoso in tho necklaco that is to bo my brother in Kansas, collect ut tho othiu(iicursisicociioi 11 years, ills better suppaa drug store. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , now witn taciiities lor transacting business prompt pannier, and then it crossed to tho back worn with tho dress. Tho veil consists er end." Texas Siftings. curad by ntver failing remedies 15 Cents Soe the World's Fair for and was tied loosely, the ends falling of n equaro of tulle hemmed rt stitches J ' inan ever Deiore lu lis long t Oissaiesof honorable career. Accounts Upon receipt of your tddiess and 15 cents in Menstruatioss, wemsn.such as Leucorrhea, palnlul Claries, firms aud individualsof romirnlani all nearly to tho bottom of tho skirt. Tho deep in tho back and with ieark sot ono Au Uuroaauiiable Complaint. Iisplaccassit ol Womb, bearing respectfully postage stamps we will mall you our Souvenir back, in short ends wero made double by sowing two inch apart all along tho hem. The sides Young Husband I'm just about dead Portfolio of the World's Columbian Kxpoution. down paias in carriosrelieved portable time. The Doctor all lilt The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Instruments 'I lie regular price is 50c, but as we want you to and comes widths of the lace together. A poko and front aro hemmed two inches deep putting down this carpet. havoona we make the price nominal. You will medical adprepared to examine the most obscure Forestai Reid, Lincoln county , Siirgical cases bonnet was of shirred silk like the dress, with bends set along tho hem. A whito Wife Tho carpot ia not heavy. find it a work nf Art and a thing to U) priied. It S. T. Harris, Lluroln; He undertakes no incurable diseases hu the with dark brown velvet ribbon that velvet prayer book has tho monogram "No, but I havo to work in such u contains full pago views oland Kre' buildings, given up to die. O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; with deicrlpticnsof same isesecuted In the Correspondence solicited Address tied under tho chin and two upright of the brido in pearls. I had intended cramped position." J. W. Hayden, Stanford; highest style ot art. If not satisfied with it after J. S. APPLKMAN. M. D. tamps ana irt you bows, filled in with a moss of pink writing more, but me voila at tho end of S.H. Baughman, .Lincoln; "Nonsoiue. Just imagino you aro on vou irt It we win rsiuna tne K. Louisville, Ky, keep the book. Address H. llucklcn V 1.1 Mary Deuwent. my paper. J. S. Uockcr. Stanford, crush roses without leaves. your bicycle." Now York Weekly. for Health Journal, free. Chicago, III. Write V. A. Trlbble, Stanford; Sept. 12. At tho improvised tables wore some M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Oucltll n's Arnica Salve. remarkable people. The Princess de Tery Bluch Alike. T. P. Hill.SUnford. The beet salve in the world lor cuts, bruise e gownl Tho stato of Illinois has among its proLeon was there, wearing an ia very much liko her "Her roliifion DR. W. B. ulctrs, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapK. L. Tanner, McKinnev; of royal purple cloth, richly tritnmou fessional women 31 doctors, S drug- dress sho can put it on or off, just as tores, ped bands, chilblains, corns and all ikln erup M. J .Miller, Ml. tions and positively cure pitas , or no pay requirwith fine bladk and gold braid, sewn on gists, 16 dentists, 2$ lawyers and 12 die pleases." J. S. Ifocker, President; ed. It is guaranteed to kivw perfect satisf actios pattern and studdod here preachers. Illinoi contains also a largo in a palm "Yos, and liko her ball dress at that OIBct South aide Main street, in office recea John J. McRoberti, Cashier; or money refunded, fnce sj cents per Ma yor sale by A. K, Penny, Mint ord, Jty. faceted by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky, and there by a tiny cut jtold bead. Sha number of newspaper women. there isn't very much of it." Life. A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. Anli-epiiefliid , I A liinrcTiop in World's Fair rates by Brace up and Take a Tonic. the Queen fc Crescent route. In nddi- - Comes to yon every other ilay In lh yer for n- You wll feel liko n new mmi if you tret yoar tion to the regular worlds rslr r.xcur - j jr $J ihechtrtrnii best iicr m Kinuxiby. takefjtocfetoii s Address thorough! v clean. lt! ft nno ion 8on rntes wo will sell firt-clhblood exciir. to cf nil eela it fur three, monthsAOVOCATK, THK ic, invigorates ami clt'iuibt the wholf dioti tiukfts, good l.'i days from duto of Danville, K. system. Atk A. It IVnny, Druggist, sale for return, t J.r ltn than tho regufor it. THE ADVOCATX Alxlt-I!nln- n Alx-U-B?.i- iiitt' Ctf-Hpwtkt't- FinBT-CLAa- okmll 1 tri-com- o - - j ITTtzWI j v d & ( Aix-les-Bai- lmmBIp' res-peel-s et cures disease Without Medicine. f NEW DuBois&Webb l)ti I lt oter-eiertlo- l'l m !: w ti, Stanford. o J ton-tlllt- is, 1 t CURES RISING Aix-les-Bai- ns BREAST iHut-yriut- , s&r' fJJ a wAv' mld-wlf- o J titntilh awwlMtt A J 1,000-mil- o t'd p 4t CMKOA&ilD, -- OR. firet-classjfa- J. S. ftPPLEMAff w'JIlj)il And. S'-'- d, WORLD'S FAIR stop-ove- Farmers Rank&Trnst cb-srl- s, prolei-le- J atteVa-lio- n cea-inte- ioti' t. Kraduatt-ofllclbivu- e Csrp-nt.- r. there-suit- FIRST hollow-checke- d, duli-syc- d, 1 S2oo,oqo 21,300 wt-ma- n, rut n0W$ s.f-sbus- e g 111 Skin Diseases. I ds s, lS-'i- PENNY laf Y0 1 . ."" -- rmvr i ! mini VV'IV iWBWmil""''''IMBlWf -- ? "R 5 Semi-Weekly A. B. J. E. Florence contracted yesterday with J. A. Allen to build a 25x00 store pany was railed out yesterday and given room with dwelling over it on his lot besoldier. E. C. Walton, Business Manager a little practice, when thero was no dan- low the Presbyterian church. It will She our new Cachcmire de Paris Po ger or excitement, and they soon had it cost 1.800 to 52,000. nangs and Ginghams, also the now cali- deluged. mm MEANS BUSINESS. coes in blue and fancy aCS cents. Sev Wishino to quit business, I offer my Andy Hayb, son of Brent Hays, of tho Buy vour bcIiooI books and school sup erance k Son. 'Grand Army of Republicans," w.ib held stock of goods for aale. I have advantaplies ol all kinds at A. R. Penny's. ofMiw. E. P. Woods has presented her in $300 bail yesterday to answer the ges that no other house in town can Watchk8, clocks and jowelry repaired Call and see me if vou want to purfer. and warranted. Engraving a specialty, husband with a flue boy. The youngster charge of stealing a pistol from C. D. at A. H. Penny's. has been named for his father, who is Powell's store. He couldn't give it eo chase. A. A. Warren. ho was locked up. Thk Hoda water syrups at A. II. Pen- now E. P. Woods, r., if you please. Lost. On Saturday night, Sept. 23, on ny's am mado with pure fruit juices and Main or Lancaster street, child's gold bridge over Dix River The now iron The froat came as predicted, but it are delightful. Try them. on the Lancaster pike is now ready for was not sufliciently heavy to do any necklace, with basket pendant, studded PERSONAL POINTS. travel and President D. W. Vnndevecr damage of consequence. The sudden with pearls and En phi res Finder will sayB it is tho best one ever put up in change made thick clothing and Arcs a please return and receive reward for Miss Ella May Saunders is quite sick. this section. necessity though, and many a grate and same. Mrs. E. F. North, Stanford. Miss Maiiy T. Green is visiting in Perstove were put to work. ry villo. Messrs. Sink &. Mbnekeb have secured G. T. Arnold, commissary sergeant of was in Cincinnati the contract for the building of tho PresMa. Wm. Moiikland Dr. Cari'Kntbr handed in an article the McCreary Guards, got back from the this week. byterian Parsonage at Danville for yesterday advocating the sale of tho Cherokee Strip yesterday, where he saltMu. J. S. Huohes is in Cincinnati, layall tho local bidders. Raney & property and buying a fertile ed a good claim South of the Chacahia ing in dead loads of goods. Allen will likely do tho work. firm near Stanford, which could bo made river. He had on his soldier clothes These we handle in a larccr wav than any one in this section. Wc Mils. W. M. Lackey and Mrs. J. J. 9 He also advocates the which he said were worth $500 to him Reunion. Dr. E. G. Dick, who wn addition of make it our study to find the latest fabrics and colors, and buying lor McRobertw went to Danvillo yesterday. rooms for hospital purposes ns he was taken for a Federal soldier ard Mibs Nan Uauqiiman went to Uan hero Wednesday, telta us that there will and sustains it with good arguments. We every where respected. In the town of cash, wc always get the lowest prices. Wc sell for cash only and albo a reunion of alltheKeeleyitesin Ken ways give the best values possible. People will have new Dresses and villo Tuesday, from whence sho expects tucky at Crab Orchard Springs Oct. 17th agree with the doctor in the mnin and Perry, he tells us, from threo to five to join a party to the World's Fair. would have published his communica- sooners bite the dust each night and arWraps in fact, must have them. Wc have an unusually complete Mrs. 0. W. Swienky passed through and 18th, when a programme will bo tion had it not been, so long and boen times are almost as lively in that direcstock and prices arc so low that you can buy now as easily as in flush to Lancaster Wednesday returning from ranged for tho greatest enjoyment. There handed in sooner. tion as in some parte of Kentucky. will be speeches, music and banqueting theStato W. 0. T. U.nt Owensboro. times. Wc hope you will favor us with a visit. TnE World'B Fair excursion train of Mb. J. T.Lynn brought little Wray and nothing will be left undone to make Collision. A we go to press the seven cars passed yesterday with a begup irom lxjuisvnio una wee 10 spenu the occasion a memorable one. wires bring news of a collision in Tunnel garly array of empty Beats. Conductor soveral weeks with her grandma, Mis. Gov. McCreary has had W. C. Sur No. 7, of passenger train No. 23 and Mollio Wray. nr nnnntntnfl nnntmnatpr af .Timni DelphsAid there were only 40papsengers Twid-wkl- l, 17 m Middlesboro. Only one freight No. 30. Two men, Ryan, fireman Misses Li?.ik and Blanche tion City, although A. C. Dunn's termjboard' of Hustonville, wero down Wed- would not have expired till March 31, got on here for the fair, Rev. John Bell on 23 and tho express messenger, are renesday settling some fiduciary matters 1894. As the men are partuors in busi Gibson, but several others, including ported killed and Engineer Pearce had Mrs. Frank Harris and Albert went to before Judge Varnon. ness, the change is only from the repubhia leg broken. Tho company's surgeon, Miw. J. S. Kinurick, Mrs. J. W. Al lican to tho democratic member of the Louisville on it. Mr. W. W. Penn says Dr. J. F. Peyton, was telegraphed to Is something wc make a special leader of. Wc have just received corn, MrB. J. W. Hayden and Mipses firm. A. K. Lackey was appointed post another nnd a last excursion will run on come to the scene on a special engine. Alcorn left yesterday master at Paint Lick, also at the instanco tho 19th of October. Annie and Kate 200 dozen ladies' and children's Underwear that wc own very cheap. morning for the World's Fair. of the governor. The shopmen's strike on the L. & N. The wreck occurred at I o'clock and be Wc have a really full sized line of ladies' ribbed Vests and Mas. Maiiy Dunn, of Louisville, Mr. ing remote from a telegraph office we They have aorue bright policemen in continues and the strikers are holding and Mrs. J. K Huffman, Dr. L. F. Hull-maPants at 25c, better than any wc ever had at 35c. Wc have six firm. Tho company claims, however, to rould get no further particulara. and Charley Huffman, of Lexing- Dauville. The anciont and chesnutty havo a styles of 50c Vests and Pants, all good, but suited to differ sufficient number of men to do ton, attended the funeral of Leslie Wil- performance of a tight rope walker who all Georgo Walker, probably thobiggeBt the work necessary and expresses ent tastes. Ladies' white and sanitary ribbed wool Vests and Pants son. introduces his part by appearing in tho victory. At some man in the United States, died at hia at 75c, extra sizes at same price. Ladies' Union Suits at 75c, Si. Mil. Eabtiian Tahhant was here yes- crowd dressed roughly and carrying ap confidence of ultimate points injunctions were taken out against home in Rockland, R. I. Ho weighed and 2. Infants' and Children's Underwear of every quality terday returning from Garrard and Mad- parently a well developed Jag was tho' stikers going on tho company's 500 pounds and was five feet and 11 inchSl.50 Cain worked in the usual manner. ison getting data for the book ho is wriand size. property to persuade men to quit work, es tall. His waist measured 72 inches. of Gen. Wolford's and Abel used to laugh at the business ting on the services Tho shopmen say they are in for the He was 42 years old. but the two vprdant coppers had never war and command. A. P. Pendleton, (H.,) is still in the that if the company does not MissJkNME McKnky went to Per heard of it before, and thinking the man surrender the entire trnin force will join fight tor jailer and would be greatly ry villo Wednesday, where she was to was anre enough drunk, they actually pleased to havo your support, them. play the march at the wedding of her arrested him and refused for a time to friend, Miss Haideo Green to Mr. Will roleaso him, even at the solicitation of DAY AFTER DAY BRINGS US the showmen. Moore at 7.:0 last night. Mrawns. J. A.. . A. and J. G. BlminWalto.n'h Opera House will be openside wont to Louisville Wednesday to ed for the season Saturday evening, Oct. sell their tobacco. They any Garrard 7th, by tho "Hey wood Celebrities," the has housed one of the largest and best bright lights of Opera, Comedy and Con crops it has ovor raised. cert and nn evening of genuine enjoyArc still the best. Wc have sold them for seven years and can't find D11. J. B. Owsley, of this place, is urg- ment to lovers of fine music is assured. ed by the directory of the Kentucky Naany better. Our ladies' 25c Peerless I lose at .joe have been hereto- tional Bank at Louisville to accept the Tho management gives tho company a The people shall not suffer for Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, largo guarantee in order to induce it to fore 50c. Our present 50c Hose with spliced scams, heel and toe and presidency. It suspended duiiug the come here, and it is hoped that our citi- Hats, or anything in our line. Notwithstanding the hard times, others with white feet arc beautiful qualities. Wc show a dozen lines panic, but is ruaily to resume. zens will appreciate tho effort to bring Junui: T. Z. Moiinow was on yesterj only attractions. The press hose from 5 to 9 inch. Seethe extra heavy bicycle of children's day's train returning to Somerset from and public aie loud in praise of the hose for boys at 15c pair. his court nt Mt. Vernon. Ho barely had this from tho Ashland Daily News time to aentenco the negroes who killed being n fair sample of comment: "The the peddler, for life, nnd catch the train, Hey wood Celebrities were far superior And see the good time approach. Money getting plenty everywhere. after the verdict was rendered. ti anything of the kind ever seen in Country Banks sending it to Louisville to loan. Don't let them do Walker Mason loft Tuesday for Mad- this city, being refined, varied, bright this, but brincr it to us and b'uy some cheap goods to comfort the ison county where ho will spend some and humorous." body. We have bought many goods during the panic for cash at weeks visiting his mother and having a Not Going to Die. The fellow Bill panic prices and we intend to give our customers the benefit of them. Williamsburg good timo generally. raised the row at Dripping Times. And that accouuta for the ab- Stamper, who before buying. Lift up your heads and don't go Springs, is not mortally wounded and Come and examine cheaper than last Spring. Wc are showing some sence of our regular letter from that wouldn't be, so a Crab Orchard man through life least At prices at mountain city. tells us, if his head was cut off, unless it very choice new patterns in Lace Curtains at Si, $1 .50, S2 and S2.50 was hid whero ho couldn't find it. It is one to match. Ruffled Muslin and Irish Point that we defy any CITY AND VICINITY. hard to kill such creatures as he. Ho Curtains at reduced prices. Chenille Porticrrcs with double border Mixed spices at A. A. Warren's. was shot in tho chin, breaking his jaw and fringed top and bottom at Si each, better ones at Si. 75. S2 S2.25 bone, when ho dropped his pistol, caught The light is breaking everywhere, especially with us. Come and Pay your account. A. U. Penny. both hands to the wound and blubberand S3. These arc Si apiece cheaper than last season. ing like a calf, struck out at a double let us show it to you. You can afford to buy our goods with Lowkst priced. Dunks, tho Jeweler. quick gait. Ashe did so Slaughter let wheat money. Wc have made prices to correspond with the low' Newest Roods. Danke, the Jeweler. go at him and the ball Jstruck him in tho prices of farm products. m only n flesh wound. We Stylish articles. Danks, tho Jeweler. back, making card when we say Bill is speak by the Tiik people's Jewelry Htore is Danks's. not going to die. The devil has further work for him to do and tho hangman Evkrytiiino in the jewelry lino cheap may get a job. for caah at Pennv'a. Col. V- - G.I.Slaughtkr died Monday New lot of Zeigler boots and shoeB just night of the wounds received in the desreceived at S. II. Shanks'. perate battle at 'Dripping Springs tho we carry in all qualities from Si to $$, but our specialty is high grade Siturdaybofore, an account of which Shoes for the best trade. To hold this trade we have to have the Full stock of school books and school has already been published. The fuuer-a- l Biippliea at W. B. Mclloberts'. best wearing, the neatest fitting and most stylish Shoes made. These Bormou was preached at the Christian we carry on B, C, D and E lasts, in dozens of styles from S3 to S5 a Goon business and good stand in Stan- church, Crab Orchard, by Eld. J. G. Livingston Tuesday to a very largo assemford for Bide. Apply at this oflice. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. pair; when down don't fail to sec our new Fall styles. mm blage of persons who had gathered to Call and see that line of heating pay the labt tribute of reBpect. Though Every thing in the grocery line stoves at W. II. Wearen it Co.'s before high tempered and ever ready to resent Call and see them before buying, buying. was a warm for sale cheap. an insult, Col. Slaughter The people are getting great bargains hearted man '.and did much gcod in his at Penny's in watches, clocks, jewelry way, by helping! thoso who needed it most, ilia blunt and rather over bearand silverware. And 9 ing manners were the result of a long A (loon aurroy and phiuton, newly stay iu thejWest, in his youth, whero he nuinted. for sale at John B. DeNardi's followed tho;fortuneB of a cow boy. He carriage paint shop. is Baid to have killed two men beeidea rktm mm u Lost. Sack of clothes on Hawkins the one wholkilled him. They were and inlboth? cases he proved that Branch road. Finder will please return ,0-- 4 wmtc to tllc mlcst qualities at SiS a to Mrs. Mary A. Englemnn, Stanford. he had acted in self dofenso and was from Si pair Blankets UiBjenergyand enterprise was Is Receiving His pair; wc have a superior line of fine wool western made Blankets at printer's Satinc A. B. Kohertbon it Bro., Danville, unbounded and believing in he was a -- r (5 pCr pair that wc specially recommend for service. g, to business, : : : como to see you again this iesuonnd atato in as tho bestaid in covered Eider Down Comforts only S4; cotton filled Comforts Si to prices that will insure a return of their liberal patron ;of this office, which was rarely a week at a timo without a job visit from you. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed: Give me call. S2.25. for him. Ho used to take a pride in BayFob Rent. A cottago of three rooms, ing that he was the grandson of the only kitchen and cellar, wtth good cistern; sit- Kentucky govoruor who ever held two uated on Lancaster Btreet Inquiro at terms. His wife was n Miss Stevens, of Higgins & Watts' coal office. Madiaon, and Bbo and six children sur& him. Several years ngo ho professWithout a donbt Danka the Jeweler vivereligion under Bro. Barnes' preached han-di- e Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint has the newest, neatest and nobbiest Sterling Silverware, Cut Glass, Toilet Soaps and Stationery wc ing and for some timo after preachad Stanetc., and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. largely and sell at 35 to 50 per cent, under regular dealers' prices. line of watches, jewelry,people. in Bome himself, holding services at Mt. difference there is ford. Pi ices to suit the to Tabor, in Garrard county, Eccentric Price these when next in our house and see what a Biudoe Lumiikh. I will sell to the a marked degree, ho maJobut few warm in prices. highest and best bidder at the bridge at friends, but those who know him heat A specialty. We guarantee Sign Work, artistic and plain. hia 10 o'clock Tuesday, October 3rd, all of Bay that ho was honorable and fair in work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. the lumber taken out of tho Dix river dealings and lived as near tho right aa CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky he saw it with the lights before him. bridge. D. W. Vandevecr, Prea. Eobertson InteriorJournal See our celebrated Tho. Kmereon's The Weather Bureau telegraphed lust A full meeting of tho Fire Company Sons' gents' fino ahoea. Severance & evening that Friday would be fair, with is cilled for at tho Encino " rising temperature. Son. Uousn at 7:30, by Pro sident J. A. Allen. 4tanfokd, Ky.,Skitemiii:u '.9,1893 David UowAttD, of Crab Orchard, has oM&ined nn incroasoof pension an n Mex-ien- n The ruins of tho Nunnelley stable continuing to bum and smoko the fire com &Bro. OD DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, RE AND CLOAKS I m $3,-00- or 0 poor-hous- e 1 Underwear first-class, dis-distin- ct n PEERLESS HOSE - NEW : STUEF. first-cla- ss com-pin- Lift Up Your Heads ! CURTAINS i CRYING HARD TIMES. HUGHES & TATE. 5cent m todies' Shoes LM .HKKTS fr m hi BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MADE. m WATER : COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. -- j BOMFOE rif -- H.6.RUPLEY,-e- no-gro- ttatHl AND fW FALL WINTER GOODS. undn Robertson --- m m NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, AT7STHT, Pro'rs. hi House Painting and Paper Hanging A. B. t?!gf & Bro. I "r - . - V r" -" SJ1 w-- 5 BRODHEAD. Semi-Weekly WALLACE E. VARNON, lo the odlce of Conn. Is a candidate for ty Judge; subject ta the action of democratic party 3Tor A Interior Journal AT Salo or Hont. Blue-Cras- Th. Floronoa Hctl, Prop. Mr. Publlabod Evory Tuesday and Friday $12 -- 3?3Clt YK-tVl- t IX ADVANCK will be When not so paid S2.6Q charged. THE FRENCH CANAL MANIA. Our Kruitillctn rrlrmls Looking; About I'nr Fresh Isthmuses to IllaccU K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. a. m., returning I! if . Now that the Corinth canal, begun Train naves Rowland at 7:00 uniicr tho reign of the Roman Cresar at i'. P. m. Nero nearly 2,000 years ago, has finally L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. been brought to a successful completion . :i 7 pm our French friends are looking about for going North Mail train ,.tjjpm somo other isthmus to bisect, with tho " South --. 11 Ji pm Expreis train " South in ...3 at, am object of retaining tho Norths...... ...9 36 a m that particular form of enterpriso which Deal Freight North............. ...io;pm they achieved when thoy constructed tho South.. rt..t.t,.rtriini also carry passengers Their ambition in this dion itandard time. Solar Suez canal. iu. .km.a Uilii1i0(!(alter. rection is on tho evo of bringitig them to minutes im it about onco more into conflict with tho English QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. and of adding another acute complication to tho so called Siamese question. City as follows: Trains pass Junction Limited 11.50 It seems that among tho demands No. i .Vestibule r a. ra.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, a.sS". "., No. 3.. made upon tho Bangkok government by ta 17 a. m.. No. 7., r;iap.m.;No.o, Blue Grata Vestibule. 8.40 p. tho new French envoy, M. lo Myro do is ono for tho concession of a MNorth bound. No. a. Vestibule Limited,, 6.48 Vilers, strip of land right across the Siamese p.m.; Mo. , p. m.: No. a.. Fast Mail. a.jj , portion of the Malay peninsula to a PaLimited, n0.10, niue a.at a. ra., .o. uo., urass pecuu, risian syndicate headed by a M. Delon-cl- o for tho purpose of piercing tho isthmus with a canal. At first sight tho echemo seems worthy of the warmest commendation, siuco a waterway of this kind would relievo shipping bound eastward for Chinese, Japanese and Tonqnineso ports from tho necessity of tho tedious and dangerous passago through tho strait of Malacca and of rounding Capo Romania. That it would considerably abbreviate tho routo Shanghai and to Saigon, Hong-KonYokohama it is impossible to deny. But in tho eyes of tho English it involves not only serious damage to tho prosperity of ?&soafefy the great British iort of Singapore, but -would also cut tho latter off from comh baking pow- munication by laud with British A cream of tarter and India. all in leavening der. Higest of A French canal across tho isthmus Latest United States would, moreover, render impossiblo the strength. completion of tho railroad which ie to Government Food Report. CO., place Calcutta and Rangoon in connecROYALrBAKINGfPOWDER tion with England's biggest coaling sta100 Wall St., New Yor. tion and greatest strategic position in tho east ono upon tho defenses of which A. a vast amount of British money has been SURGEON DENTIST. expended. Besides this, it would give to McRaberts Drug Store tnthe new France that which both tho London and OfScoover Owsley Building. Peking governments seem firmly deterStanford. mined at all costs to provent namely, a foothold in the part of Siam lying west of the Mekong, which wonld load to a gradual absorption of tho entiro kingdom by tho French. In her objections to tho projected LOGAN AVENUE, French canal across the Malf, peninsula Great Britain is sustained by : : China, to whoso emperors Siam has paid Always'sellsl goods lower than anyone else in tribute for at least six centuries, and oho every Friday. town. New stock of Fruits consequently regards Siam in tho light of a vassal state. Tho richest und most prosperous moiety of tho population of , t Siam is Chinese, the latter controlling n almost tho wholo of tho domestic trade. I will open on January iSth, 189J. a Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity o! That tho Chinese government has at people of Stanford and jersey milk to the heart tho interests of its subjects estabat the I olio Ing prices, delivered : ...... .10 cents lished in Siam, and that it is determined Fresh Milk, per gallon- 10 cents to prevent tho annexation by Franco of .Skimmed Milk, jwr gallon 8 cents .. tho vassal kingdom which tho Chineso .'ButteT Milk, per gallon Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage :oi the emperor has described as his "happy stato in the south," is manifest from tho activo negotiations now in progress between the Chineso Bismarck, Li Hung NoticetOiithe "Traveling Public. Chang, and envoys from tho king of . 1 have had Siam, und, according to present appearances, tho issue of the Siameso question and will bo decided neither at Bangkok, at At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished sa- - Paris, nor yet at London, but in Tien-Tbithe best one aave in connection with Hotel and of night; a night New York Tribune. the State, open day . .n mrMs all tra ns. In connection with House of the best Mineral wells in the fcuu have call on Mr. and ..mlfnr reference to water, Mr. and Mrs. FloydMrs The Collector Didn't Scnre. InA man residing in a cabiu near Vram.' Erin'Tenn..A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. Mrs. T. W. ft E Proctor, C. H. Hraum, Mr. and B. Johnson, boiler works has fallen upon a Mrs. P. Hamilton Rowland, Mr. GrcensburR. Rates Ja per novel scheme for keeping his creditors NeHavenJlmCox. clerk. Give me a call. I M Petrey away from him, yet it does not always ' w CARRIER. Prop. oiy work. Tho man in question has a family and evidently believes in providing tho necessaries of life for it. A few days ago ho went up to a store at Centerville, RILEY.JProprletor, ?. B. and with a faco tho very picture of in.MW w - - j - - - Kentucky. nocence stated that ho was a painter by nndnn. llAtallinH Bm bttt occupation and received his salary weekt have moved to my new ,v. pum c. ly; that ho wanted $18 worth of groceries than ever to accommodate Sood LlverTattached and every convenience on tho spot, but could not pay for them Give me a call.fco FRANK RILEV. until pay day. Tho goods wero furnished, and tho man went on his way rejoicing. Monday was "pay da" for him, and ROWLAND, KY. the next day ono of tho firm made out a bill and wont after tho $18. As he apIN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, DEALER proached the cabiu in which "old at Has moved into his new store and the f pikes smoothy" was living fat off the goods Orchard the Sunford & Crabnow belter than ever prepared ho noticed a largo sign, "bcarlet ir over," RowUnd and It at sticking above tho door. Tho sign mado to please the trade In both moved OF, GOODS, '.PRICKS, no difference to tho colloctor. Howas not BTOCK. up close to tho entrance and to his stock added Etc. He has recently pay and Kreatly by bad debts by tho inmates until within a few no loss and having no rent U cheaper than any body. Call seen feet thereof. The entire family, consiste can selfyou good, tsmd get his prices befere buying. ing of a man, woman and child, wero in the front room, but as soon as they saw the collector the man ran into tho rear room and hid. no waa called out, howHaving purchased the ever, Hnd compelled to acknowledge that he was broke, and that tho scarlet fever Bigu was simply a ruso to prevent people whom ho owed from bothering him. Increasing the stock as Butte Miner. Of I W. Ramsey, lam -1 11 South-bound- .- lx' -- ui dwelling finished in a !ew dnys. There is a wedding txpected in our town next Friday, but can not givo the names yet. Mrs. Thomas Cherry returned on the visit to Cincin24th from a nati and Rowland. The Rockcastle Association will convene at Freedom church 5 miles south west of this place, next Tuesday. The diphtheria scare in our town is about over. All the last reported patients havo potten well. Tho P. M. of this place was summoned homo Friday fromGilead church to look after tho burglary of his . an account of which you publish-edto tho robbers, but There is no cluo it is thought they livo near Brodhead. Sam Roberts, of this place, got too much bug julco Tuesday and waa trying to raise sand with almost every ono he met. Ho struck at David Harrison with his knife, cutting a small gash on his hand. Ho was finally arrested and turned over by tho court to Perry Rigeby to be returned next Fridayfor trial. two-week's J. W. Tato will havo his now JKLL1CO.TKSNKSSKK, Fino s Farm first-clas- s. Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, JAMES IV. GIVENS Is a Candidate lor County Jud(re of ject to the action ol the Democracy. Lincoln, Sub- Within one mile of Stanford, containing 100 acres; o acres corn Und Improvements Electric lights and water in hot and bsrn K. T. KOCHKSTHK. Apply to Manford, Ky. 55.1m The best hotel In the city and the only one with Kspecia attention a sample rtwm for drummers to the traviling public Rales s. O. P. HUFFMAN Isacandldate for Jailer, subject tothe action of the Democratic party lie would appreciate ynur vote. JOHN II. DcNARDI, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, ahlp and price Shop on miin. street, over.wra. ui..., liaugnvriy s niacicsmiiii inu(i, All kind, of vehicles painted trimmed and re style 1'l.un and ornamental paired In fut-cU- i Sims Satisfaction Guaranteed In both workman- - TO All Tftx-Fayor- s. JOHN M. JOHNSON Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the actlor. of the Democratic party. post-offi- ce, Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the Democratic party. J. A. GIVENS sub- TO COAL BURNERS Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity; ul Having made arrangements with the East Co., lam now prepared to sell you Jelllco Coal at the lowest possible margin. I find that by paying cash and selling for cash I can sell much cheaper, o come and see me buy your subject to tho action of and see how little money will the market. Win;er Isacandldate for Jailer, supply of this Coal, tho best on democratic party. the Thankltig you for past favors and soliciting a ccntlauance orsaine, I am respectfully yours, S D ADAMS. Rowland. 4ojm DINK FARMER G. W. DEBOKD M. F. ELKIN, The iot Taxes are now past due and will be collected in the Sheriff's emce at the court house and by special appointment at prescribed hy the new revenue law Deputy Sheriff O 1' New I land will be in Crab Orchard every Saturday or my deputy will be In my office at all times and HustonvilI(,Waynptburg and other points asof-te- n at as advertised by Shciilfs official noticrs The new form nf Sbciitrs has rrndcred It impossible lor us to canvaxs for taaes this rear, as we have heretofore done; so all tases will be collected strictly in conformance to the new revenue law. Every whoietax remains un-- f laid alter November ist will find his prupeityor ands advertiicd without luillicr notice. The financial crisis which now exlits makes it ab solntcly necessary that I collect every dollar ol the 1S01 taxes, as I can not cipcel that help Irom the Hanks which has heretofore caused me to be lenient with the tax pavers. I'lcase profit by this Ketpeciiui.y, and settle at once. L C. J. N MEN IliM.fc, book-keepitax-paj- the Democracy. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject lo the action ol D. S. 0A11PENTER, At the well-know- n THE P. 0. MILLINERY. in Call at the po.tofTice room and see the and old stand ol J. H. Green, g, m. Powder J Pure Bur-ma- S. PRICE. fHHtaP Mrs. Georgo Reeso was murdered and her husband seriously beaten near Pittsburg, Pa., by a band of men and women favoring anarchy. Mr. Reese and wife wero very Btrong opponents of that cause. g In a row among gamblers at Millers-burfired. Tom HigjslnB 50 Bhota wero shot Hollyback Williams in tho leg and shoulder and Williams shot HiggiuB in the leg. Georgo Focgerty fractured Bill Nichols' skull with a Btono and Nichols cut Foggerty in the neck with a razor. Nichols will die and Uiffglns' leg will be amputated. WilliamB also may die. Chica-gA tramp in the gallery of the shots inBoard of Trado fired several to the crowd in the Rrain pit. Several of of Mfddlesboro, but tho chronicler candidly states that it local affairs very leaving. is caused by people who are thing of shivering oven in the shadThis never ow of approaching prosperity that in the lapse of arrives grows monotonous years. Louisville Tiroes o Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the democracy. Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky, 47-- "' JNO. BRIGHT IsaCandldate for Assessor, subjeclltothe action of the Democratic party. Would be glad to see his numerous Iriends show thera his stock of goods coniisttng of Furniture, Saddlery, Hardware, Hugslrs and Farming Implements. Give him a call. Largost and Bost Soloctod Stock MRS. Of Millinery in town. bound to pleas you, o The goods and prices arc I MRS. J. F. DUNN, T COURTS. E. D. KENNEDY, As. Is a candidate for re election to the office of sesor. of Lincoln County, subject to tction of the democratic party. TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, 1'IANO. .." STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Class. ...STANFORD.. J. T. FARRA, NlCHOLAS II.1.E, Jessamine County, Ky , W.E. DAWSON, IsacsnddatforjalIer,subJect:toth the dimocracy. action of Chorus Class andFroo. anrtime. Sight-Roadln- g bessinn commenced Sept. 6, but pupils can enter M Mil i ISSUE Room AGENT, ), farmers Kachangv Hank JOHN BAILEY, Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action the old Jeffersonlan democracy. of U',i, :D AND SALS STASLS, toy Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacco Farms in tho BluoQrass the Democracy IsaCandldate for Jailer, subject to the action JOHN B. MERSHON of At John Ntjoefee's ti'w brick on Depot stiert. W. W. HAYS, ol Is a candidate tor jailer, subject to the action the demociacy with good rigs at reasonable rates. My "llus twill ,8 meet all K. C. trains. Who will at all times be glad to Pro'r., J. W. RAMSEY,accommodate all SPLENDID KAHM Jjm Alwavt for sale. AIuTlmlr Lands In the mountains for sale. Correspondent .elicited. . J. H. BAUGHMAN, iIRE .. AND STORM C. D. FOWEIX, CTHTEKAL STORB, Kentucky, Stanford, will run a 1. . candidate for lailer. subject to the action ol My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, The me uemociacj. World's Fair excursion from stations, Xituated i miles South ol Stanford. This farm of Lawrence-burgina high state of cultivation and has plenty of North of Somerset and East SAM M. the best ol waur All in gta.s but o acres. Has via Cincinnati und Oct. 5th, going the very best of improvements, Manford, county, W. W II YS, Kj t of tho Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln nraary. subthe Big Four, at the lowest rates to tho action of the democrauc i C. ject to W. 8eason. Call on agents or writo fur-the- r Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, for D. Q. PETER HAMPTON, OWENS For Sale Clicnp Privately. Iwill sell, privately INSURANCE AGENT' Representing.... &C. and L. S. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Kiir.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. Companies. I would All of which arr full-cla- ss be pleased to wait o rimy trie ads in this line. I'ol. AVil I insure against tornateles promptly isiucd. does, wind storms and lightning Lightning claut-tsatuche- d OlSc 47-t- particulars. T. NEWLAND, THROUGH SLEEPING OARS WORLD VIA ItlO FOUU HOUTE TO TUB 1'AIU. courty, Is a candidate lorShenlf of Lincoln rnmary. to the action of the democratic sub-je- 9S99) vSm i fi witVnit additional hsrrf. at First National Hank, Stanford. First-Cla- How-lan- d We all love comfort, especially when traveling, and what a great comfort it is your to be able to take a sleeping car at " mrou-iu own home which runB ngni Jailer of Lincoln court y and IsaCandldate a'kshis friends fr to commit themselves to any not work, else, as he is forced to stay at home and ?U, candidacy ia subject to the action ol the Dem- ocratic party, THE OLD T. J. HATCHER K fV I - v S3 i--- THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., Tarn riTfnriT- . c; Duroc Red Jersey Swine JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. R. H. BRONAUCH, - Tle Sh.ltox House, -- n. Ma-hone- hih Crab Orchard, to its long list ol friends, bpcctal aceemmodi-lion- s Fair without a siuglo for commercial travelers snd floe rooms fur thoroughbred Duroc Red Itrecder snd shipper of of any kind. How -- i.n...nrtrnsfcr SAM II WARNACK, 1'ror. 'j. P" thtdltploy of ssmpl.i. Jersey Swine Af.ee lot ol plK r l gi.ier Cones-Why simply noaVlnif uwlrrd. subject to can this be accomplished? :A!Flr8t-Cla8- 8 551m pondenc solicited, Saloon London,1-JKENTUCKby asking,yonr local agent ior a Aad BILLIARD and TOOL ROOMS attached is absoRefitted ami refurnished and in wrPr' via the Big Four Routo, which JOSKI'H COFKKY Kates pared to attend tho wants of the public only line running through tery reasonable S'6m lutely the E. : : sleeping care in connection with tho Falls Branch Jcllico Coal Co., & CresV. & G. Railway and Queen T Miners and shippers of the GENUINK Fair cent Route direct to the World's I desire to sell my entire Millinery stock and landing passengers cod-..- ; Grounds and irood will and an immoluie applicant can Getting Uetter in Rowland. tnth World's Fair Hotel Dis of Try it. W are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand I have opened In Kowland a full stock Through Sleeping Car leaves Rowland. Olhce corner ol Depot street and railnot only maintain its reputatien, but to add puMnn without chanso and lands passengers at the entrance gate of the Rrcat World'B JACKSOIT HOUSE, Y. - Kentucky. This Hotel, renovated sal rtlurnlshed, Is now In my charge and I intend to conduct It so as to nt-nc- MILLINERY j7-- tl Store For Sale. HARD -:- TIMES trict Ma-co- n THE sj RILEY HOUSE Ask for tick-ot- s and for further Cash or Country via Big Four Route Gen- Onlv.and at prl es that will make information address D. B. Martlp, to trade with me. Having ha Agent, Cincinnati. eral Passenger year.' experience In the buslneis I rives m , 11:15 a. M.Atlanta p. M., Chattanooga at Chicago 5:15 p. 2:10 v. M.Rome u ar:'Jo v. m., GENERAL-:-:- That MERCHANDISE, offer for Secure a Bargain. The stock embraces everything and Original Jcllico Coal. 6 road crossing HI COINS A WATTS. I Good One. Produce, The Stand I Is a dlipose of portions ol would It to your attout twelve me. Do am m ... .TO .very branch d. Njyy will a, NoriolldWeslernR.il ""calOllVf""''"'' "Gasoline""cc Oil at 8c; best at 10c. are tor cash Come and 189J "l trade with ol It l.fied I If not sold entire, the stock at reasonable figures Give me a call. MRS. ANNIE WIIAV 1IRUCK. The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. Thanking you for your liberal ratronage for Ice last srHon, I rcsprctlully request its continuance during the coming season. Indeed I expect all to use the yoj POSTED. Schedule Sept. 3, LEAVE NORTON DA1LV lllueneld, Pocahontas and ste This netlce forewarns hunters, fishermen ami my prices Rowland others not to trespass on our lands without perme I wlliellver grods to any part of mission, as all suh will be prosecuted to the lull and Stanford drompt.y.ALFltT OMMEL est .stent of ,h. law. Sljrnedj.(nvirz Rowland, Ky T I) NEWLAND. W. 11. HA VS. G C LYON. KHEDHAUMANN. MANUFACTURED ICE, LHrCh?ronmJmSedfier,o.k "Cut-of- J"e" RS oVteoWn at leave BluJeeld daily p 7 00 a Commercial I have bought above First-Cla- ss Hotel, ?'ntniid oj p m and TOoam andocopm daily lor m, McKINNEY, KY. mentionedHHotel at and have attached a K. L. WHITE. J I. 1IKCK. T. C HALL. I'KTER IIALMKK. Th. Feoos Valley. Kor thcM reasons First, It Is made by a home Institution. .Second, the Ice is absolutely and chemically pure, being made from spring water, which la first distilled and then carefully filtered before being frozen. Ihird, Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic of choleia is looked lor during the year and nothing is so apt to produce or spread this diseas as Impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will be 7Tralns arrive at Norton Irom -- 37-- y COME to SEE ME. impossible and will noon have it wador M , p,. Act Hoanoke. ItThe finest fruit belt of NewIf Meslco. No fall properly attended irrigation Every morning at the following Trices: repaired and Jrefurnlthed the Hotel and ure in crops under In California can be K" Have to. All fruits grown am better than ever oranges and lemons. In New Mexico, eieept the Last Cany a. For im pounds or over ..,40c per hundred. Jjo per acre on lo years time, at Land from For 50 pounds to 100 4jc per hundred. Prepared to Accommodate the 6 per cent. Jis lo on or drej. Call g For 10 to 50 pounds. 50c per hundred. Public. Stanlord, Ky. No less than 10 poundsidellvered. Bar and Pool Room. Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors V. F. URAGO, Trav. Pass. Agent. I IXpecul attentlonjto Commercial Men. H. W. GUEEN. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. HORSE Grocery : Business ticular. KENTUCKY'S t st GREAT TROTS, (Ky. T. 11. m BUM) $$ REWARD. ls 10 E. II It EM Ell. STOLEN. XTqw luck-board Millinery. NOVELTIES Complete in Every ParI will Call at my store on Lancaster street and me. stake it to your interest to trade with j John 13. W.C. HUTCHINCS. Castleman. A. G, L. an ham wwr ROYAL Insurance Company OFSMVERPOOL. t B ARBEE & 0ASTLEM AW MANAGERS,'; vanced by some prominent botanist that a tree, providing it meeta with no will live forever? Do Candolle, an eminent French authority, says, "Trees are not subject to death, and barring accidents and ravages of insects will continue to livo on indefinitely ." Gray, tho noted botanist, also indorses tho theory that, inasmuch as trees annually renew their youth, thoy are virtually im mortal. His exact language is as follows: "The old central part of tho trunk muy decay, but this is of little moment so long as new layers are regularly formed at tho circumference. Tho tree survive, and it would be difficult for science to show that it is liable to death from old age in any proper sense of that term." St. Louis Republic. acpl-den- t, Will a Tree Live Forever? What do you think of tho idea ". Asso. Incorporated.) ad- UESIITGTOIT. Oct. 7 BANKS THE JEWELER. -:- Horse, theniKht ol August ai, i8g3. my stable In turned Irom the cities with and Harness weie stolen from embracing Horse Is a Chesnut Sorrel, linery, Stanford, Ky. The about ten years old, white in face, about i K hands ALL OF THE hlirh, while leet, bad wind pull on right hind leg; rather thin In order. The lluckboard has side, On My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has just re an elegant line of mil to 14, inclusive, 1S93. :- STANFORD, - KY, bar springs, red running Rear with black body. The Hutch collar harness nearly new. rewaru ior "" I will give ertv. j, mwJ r ELKIW, l"P' M Of the season, of which she will have lull control. She also engaged a a Firt-Clas- .,......, ..,. s Dress-Make- r. 7 Days, -: $50,000. Stock Most Complete 7. Call and examine my stock of Millinery before buying and leave your order for your dresses. Thanking you for past favors we solicit same. MARY DAVIS .DUDDERAR. JAMES YKAGER. J The SS.ooo Futurity Stake, Saturday, Oct. THOMAS YEAGER. The $12,500 Stallion Representative Stake, Monday, Oct. 9. Stake, The $S, 000 Transylvanian Tuesday, Oct. 10. The Great Free-For-A- P!v'1:w??3 KT ki JfflPBLi' Yll4grgtTn & YEAGER & YEAGER, vfl JfcJtVsT 11 C'l Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throus; tout the South. Ltimiuu Marrlirsc Hours. W. A. TBIBBLB, Local Agont, .STANFORD, KV. The London time for gotting married has now been extended to 3 p. in. It used to bo up to non, but tho extension was recently made by act of parliament. Loudon Tiinej. Half Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt Wednesday, Oct. 11. personal attention given to repair Jesse Thompson's Earber Shop, One call will convince you There are three ol the best Ilarbers in the State fir.t day. work. There are also excellent Rath Rooms run in conRate, on all railroads. Ladies free this is the place to trade. that nection. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. For full ProftXWTON, Sec'y. 'Sj ms LIThT, FIED AND .ALE K.Y. STABLE, STANFORD, SMEW -- Were In our new stable in the Opera Blockjand are well supplied with AT- Houst ;new bios and:horses Havo been purchaied and notblurbut urnouts will leave ilu stable. first-class Give them a Call. fe2j hi u J 1 K Semi-Weekly I. Interior Journal Mr. AT BRODHEAD. t Published Every Tuesday and Friday $U IMT.Ii 'I- - E i, 5 ;1 h ' F .'' 1 I r Fafl sti m ii names yet. The best hotel In the city and the only one with (WWhen not so paid 32.60 will a sample room for drummers Kspccta attention Mrs. Thomas Cherry returned on tho to the travtling public THE FRENCH CANAL MANIA. Ratesl, 24th from a twoweek'a visit to 'Cincin- O. P. Our Kcpulillrnn Friends Looking About ' nati and Rowland. B. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I'or fresh Isthmuses to IllsccU Tax-Payer- s. Tho Rockcostlo Association will con Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Now that tho Corinth canal, begun the Democratic party He would appreciate your Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. rn., returning at Freedom church 5 miles south vote. at 3:30 p. ra. The 1H91 Taxes are now past due anil will be under tho reign of the Roman Cresar vene All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and rewest of this place, next Tuesday. paired In Nero nearly 2,000 years ago, has finally style. Plnm and ornamental collected in tho Sheriff's oflicoasat the LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. prescribed by the Signs Satisfaction cuaranlced In both workman and by special appointments Tho diphtheria ecaro in our town is JOHN M. JOHNSON been brought to a successful completion ship and price. Shop on main street, over. Win. new revenue law Deputy Slienll tl. P New land will be in Crab Orchard every Saturday I Mail train gome North pm our French friends are lookinir about for about over. All the last reported pa- Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county Daughtrty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky la 7 or my deputy will be In my office at all litres and " " South ..133pm somo other isthmus subject to the actios, of the Democratic party. at Hustonvilli'.Waynesburc and othrr noints as of. to bisect, with tho tient have gotten well. Express train " South 11 Ji pm ten as advertised by Sheriffs official notn.es Ihe " " North....... ,.3tlBl object of retaining tho The P. M. of this place was sumin new form of Sheriffs COAL, has irnder.J Lcal Freight North......... 9 36 a m that particular form of iMHA..tt.i. mr us . canvass . A. GIVENS enternrisfl tvliMi moned homo Friday fromGilead church 10 ' ..a o;p m South..... yeai. lor as wv nave Heretofore t'Tie; so all laxesthis Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity; they achieved when thoy constructed tho The latter trains also carry passengers, Uses will be to look after tho burglary of his post- - Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count v. mh. collected strictly in conformance to the new e Th above is calculated on standard lima. Solar Suez canal. Their ambition in this diJect to the action of the Democratic party. law. J very Having made arrangements with the Kast cr whose unJ me is about to minutes faster. paid after November 1st will find las remains rection is on tho evo of bringing them ofllco, an account of which you publishhis prupeityor IctlicoCoal Co., I am now prepared to sell lands advertised without further notice. Tho you Jelllco Coal at the lowest possible onco more into conflict with the English ed. There is no cluo to tho robbers, but QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. financial crisis which now esitts makes it abI find that by tiavlni- - cash and selllnir for cash I can sell much cheaper, so come and see mc solutely necroaarv tlm I mil. n ........ .in.. unuui uuuing nuotner acute complica- it is thought they livonear Brodhead. the Is can Trains pass Junction City as follows: Sam Roberts, of this place, got too thea candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of mm sec nnw nine money win riuy your winter the 189.1 tases as has not espect that help Irom tion to tho so called Siamese question. Hanks which democratic party. heretofore caused me to be supply ol this Coal, tho best on the market. rNo. t , Vestibule Limited, it. 50 lenient with the ta payers. I'leaie profit by this seems mat among tho demands much bug juico Tuesday and was trying 1 hanking you for past favors and soliciting a it a. m.; N'o. 3 , Chicago Limited, 2.5c a. m.; No. 5., and settle at once. I am respwtfully yours, peciiul.y. continuance or same, New Orleans KxprcM. u 17 a. m. ; No. 7., Local, mado upon tho Bangkok government by to raise sand with almost every ono he r KK, S I. C. S II ADAMS, 'Rowland. G. I3.li p.m.; No. 9., Illue Grata Vestibule, 8.40 p. uiv iiuw r rencn envoy, U. lo Myro de met. Ho struck at David Harrison with M. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol North lound. -- No. 3, Vestibule Limited, 6.4S Vilers, is ono for tho concession of a his knife, cutting a small gash on his D. S. p. m. ; No. 4., Fast Mail, 2.53 p. m.; No. 6., Chtga- - strip of land right across the Siamrw hand. Ho was finally arrested and turn- the Democracy. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. ro i.iinuco, 3.37 a. m., .no. s., Local, a.35 a. in.; portion of the Malay peninsula to a PaBlue Grass Special, 6 a m. At the old stand ol J. II. Green, in 40.10, EJLKIN, M. risian syndicate headed by a M. Delon- - ed over by tho court to Perry Rigaby to - Kentucky, Call at the cio ior tuo purpose of piercing tho isth- be returned next Fridayjfor trial. room atid see the Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action Hustonvillo, mus with a canal. Would be clad to see his numerous friends and of the democracy. Mrs. George Reese was murdered show them his stock of roods consisting of Kuinl- At first sight tho pchemo seems worthy ture. Saddlery, Hardware, Ilu Klcs and Farming of the warmest commendation, sinco a and her husband seriously beaten near Stock implements, ijiv. mm waterway of this kind would relievo Pittsburg, Pa., by a band of men and Of Millinery in town The goods and prices arc bound to please you, shipping bound eastward for Chineso, women favoring anarchy. Mr. Reese Is a Candidate for Assessor, subicctlto the action u MRS. F. DUNN, MRS. P T COURTS. Japanese and Tonqnineso ports from tho and wife wero very strong opponents of of the Democratic party. necessity of tho tedious and dangerous TEACHER of VOICE CULTURE, E. D. passago through tho strait of Malacca that cause. a row among gamblers at Millers- - Is a In nnu 01 rounding Capo Romania. That it AND 1'IANO. candidate for to the office of Aswould considerably abbreviate the route burj! 50 ehota wero fired' Tom Higgins sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the STANFORD, KKNTUCKV. democratic party. NICIIOI.ASVII.LK, Jessamine County, Ky, Shanghai and shot Hollyback Williams in tho leg and m, to Saigon, Hong-KonW-Chorus and Sight-Itoadin- g it is hnios6iblo to deny. But shoulder and Williams shot Higgins in in the eyes of tho English it involves not the leg. George Fosgorty fractured Bill Froo. ESTATE AGENT, Absolutely only serious damage to tho prosperity of Nichols' skull with a stono and Nichols Is acsnjidsie far jailer, subjectto the action of Session commences Sept. (, but pupils can enter any time. the democracy. the great British port of Singapore, but Room 5, Katmeis Ksehantje lUnk i Foggerty in the neck with a razor. would also cut tho latter off from com- cut STANFORD Nichols will die and Uiggina' leg will be A cream of tarter baking pow- munication by land with British I3nr. BAIJLEY, amputated. WilliamB also may die. Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacder. Higest of all in leavening mah and India. la a candidate for jailer, subject to the action of and sals A tramp in the gallery of the Chica- - the old Jcflersonlan democracy. co Farms in tho s A French canal across tho isthmus strength. Latest United States would, moreover, render impossible the go Board of Trade fired several Bhots inGovernment Food Report. At John Mjnefee's nw brick on Depot stiert, tiy completion of the railroad which is to to the crowd in the grain pit. Several Always for sale. AIo Timber Lands In Ihe mounB. MERSHON tains for sale. Correspondent solicited. placo Calcutta and Rangoon in connec- of Mfddlesboro, but tho chronicler of XV. RAMSEY, ROYALrBAKINGfPOWDER CO., sym la tion with England's biggest coaling sta local affairs very candidly states that it thea Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of 100 Wall St., New York. Democracy Who will at all times be glsd to accommodate all tion una greatest strategic position in is caused by peoplo who are leaving. with good rigs at reasonable rates. My 'lluswill H. A. mo east one upon tho defenses of which XV. XV. HAYS, meet all K. C. trains. ai This thing of shivering even in the Bhad-oa vast amount of British nionev hrm KIRE AND STORM SURGEON DENTIST. SPLENDID FARM of approaching prosperity that never Is a candidate lor jailer, subject to the action ol expended. Besides this, it would givoto Oftico over McRoberts Drug Store tnthe n France that which both tho London and arrives grows monotonous in the lapse of the deinociacy Owsley Building, Peking governments seem firmly deter- years. Louisville Times. .... Representing m Stanford HAMPTON, mined at all costs to prevent namely, a Iwill sell, privately Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Tuk Q. & C. and L. S. will run a Is a candidate for jailer, subject to Ihe action 01 foothold in tho part of Siara lying west My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, Manchester, ui me ueKoug, wincli would load to a World's Fair excursion from stations the deinociacy. of Manchester, Kncr.; gradual absorption of the ontiro kingdom North of Somerset and EaBt of Lawrence- Situated il miles South ol Stanford. This farm Is in a high state of cultivation and has plenty of Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; by tho French SAMM. OWENS, burir. Oct. 5tb. coinc via Cincinnati pnd the best ol water All In grais but 40 acres. Has In her objections to tho projected Ins. Co. of North America. LOGAN AVENUE, tho Big Four, at tho lowest rates of tho Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln couuty. sub the very dciioi improvemmts a, French canal across the Malay peninv. r ii, i pianiorti, ry All of which are ject to the action uf the democratic nrnary. Companies, t would C. B pleased to wait o r my f : : sula Great Britain is sustained by season. Call on agents or write to W. heads in this Una Pol. teles promptly issued. WUUnsure against tocna for furRineareon, G. P. A., Cincinnati, JD). does, wind storms and lightning Lightning Always'sels goods lower than anyone else in China, to whoso emperors Siam has paid without additial chsrve tribute for at least six centuries, andsho ther particulars. town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. Office at Kirst NstlonsI Dank, Stanford. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln courty, subconsequently regards Siam in tho light ject to the action of the democratic primary. THROUGH SLEEPING CARS of a vassal state. Tho richest nntl most prosperous moioty of tho nonnl.itinn nf KOCH HOUTE TO THE WOnLn' PAIR. Siam is Chinese, tho latter controlling VIA niO I will open on January 161I1, 1893. a We all love comfort, especially when Is a Candidate f.r Jailer of Lincoln county and Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol almost tho wholo of tho domestic t ratio. themselves asks his That tho Chineso Government hii nf traveling, and what a great comfort it is one else, friends not to commit at home and to any 'will nil lentymusio sue people 01 maniora and now as he is forced to stay work STANFORD, KY., land at the following prices, delivered: heart tho interests of its bubjects estab-- 1 to be able to take a sleeping car at your His candidacy is subject to the action ol the DemFresh Milk, per gallon.. jo cents nsneu in siam, and that it is determined own home which rtina right through to ocratic party, Skimmed Milk, pir gallon 10 cents to prevent tho annexation by Franco of Chicago without change and lands ButUT Milk, per gallon... 3 cents -- THE OLD tho vassal kingdom which tho Chineso passengera at the entranco gate of the R. H. BRONAUCH, This Hotel, renovated sad refurnished, Is now Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage of the emperor has described as his "happy great World's Jrair without a single public is solicited. wj G. A. PEYTON, intend to Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. inotmycrurgcand its high to conduct it sa asadd only maintain Stanford, Ky stato in tho south," is manifest from tho t yr. to its long list ol friends. repuutleo, but to of any kind. How Special r active negotiations now in progress be- change or transfer Breeder and shipper of thoroughbred Duroc Red SAM II. WARNACK.Pror. commercial trateJcis and fine rooms for Jersey Swine A fine lot of pigs tnr sle, pans thsdlsploy of simples. this be accomplished? Why tween Notice;toth8 Traveling Public. vwmng, tho Chinese Bismarck, Li Hung canaskina.your local acent for a simply oakin ueiirw, ticket London, - KENTUCKY. pondenc il solicit su t t? r cisicr lories-nnu envoys from tho king of bv have had s'AIFtrst-Clns- a Siam, und, uccording to present apear-nnce- via tho Hig Four Route, which is abso Saloon Refitted and refurnished and in every way pre- Asd HILLIARDand POOL ROOMS attached tho issue of the Siamese question lutely the only line running through pared to attend the wants of the public Rales f Nery reasonable. JOSEPH COFKKY At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and will bo decided neither nt Bangkok, nt slepping cars in connection wfth the E. laave in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- Paris, nor yet at London, but in : : T., V. & G. Railway and Qneen & Cresloons In the State, open day and night; anight Jew York Tribune. Falls Branch Jellir.n nn.il r man meets all trains. In connection with House Route direct to the World's Fair cent "have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Statt. Miners and shippers of the GKNUINK kand for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs. Grounds and landing passengers conI desire to sell my entire Millinery stock and Tho Collector Didn't Scare. G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Getting Iletterin Rowland. trood will and an immnlute applicaut can venient to the World's Fair Hotel Dis Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. A man residing in a cabin near E. Proctor, fj. It. liraum, Mr. and Mrs. 1. w, MaI have opened In Rowland a full stock of Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Johnson, boiler works has fallen upon a trict. Through Sleeping Car leaves p. i , Rome ulLT ,U. W. fre ,n" ,ole uox, urcensuur. nates aa per novel scheme " lo' Stanford ?aod New Jiaven, Jim for keeping his creditors con 11:15 a. m , Atlanta 2:10 GENERAL ::- MERCHANDISE, day. J M. II'etrev. clerk. Give me a call. otde'rouing 'C,e0rn'r " UiM ,"ct, lnd ""-- J away from him, yet it does not nlwaya 4:55 p. M.. Chattanooga 7:25 p. m,, and ar I. w. UAKKir.K, rrnp. ijsoty The stock embraces everything and HIGGINS WATTS. That I offer for work. Tho man in question has a fami- rives at Chicago 5:15 p. m , Ask for tickly and evidently Iwlioves in providing ets via Big Four Route and for further TO tho necessaries of life for it. A few days information address D. I). Martin, Gen- Cash or Country If not sold entire, I would dispose of portions ol Onlv. and at prl es that will make It to your In ago ho went up to a btore at Centcrville, ff. B. BILBY.lProprletor, terest to trade with me. Having haW about twelve the stock at reasonable figures (live mc a call. eral Paesenger Agent, Cincinnati. a laco tho very picture of years' experience In the tiuslneis, I am thorougnMRS. ANNIE WRAY IIRL'CK. Kentucky. anci wim stated that ho was n painter inavery branch ol It and am satisfied I lLondon, - ly polled nocence AND LINCOLN COUNTY. bv can mane pay you to trado with me. Do you I have moved to my new Hoteltand am better occupation and received his salary week? so I can Oil or Norfolk-Wester- n RR use Coal at sc; Gasoline10c. IfGasoline atmake vou Thsnklng vou for your liberal ratronage for Ice the public ly; prepared than ever to accommodate good Oil best at 9c, that ho wanted .f 18 worth of groceries last season. Good Livery attachod and every convenience demy prices are tor cash Come and sfe continuance This netlce forewarns hunters, fishermen during the coming season iVJitt its expect all to on tho spot, but could not pay for them sired. Give me a call.feixxl Indeed I I will deliver grads to any part of Rowland me not to trespass on our lands without peruse me rKAINK. MUbl, 77 and Stanford dromptly. pay day. Tho goods wero furas alt au.h will be prosecuted to the full until mission, Schedule Sept. 3, 1893 uu.MMr.i est cxtcntof Ihe law. Signed .L.nr.ur Rowland, Ky nished, and the man went on hia way M. LACKOWI T.. 37 MANUFACTURED I) be charged.- 5S-u YKiUUN ADVVNCK ill have liis now Is a candidate for ' Judge; subject dwelling finished in n lew days. ty. There is a wedding expected in our town next Friday, but can not give, the v J. W. Tate Wallace e. varnon, For Salo or Hont. I lo Ihe oClceof Coun to the action of democratic par- Tho Floronoo Hotel, JELI.ICO, TEVNKSSKE, A XV. Flno Bluo-Crn- ss Farm first-clas- s. Withinone mlleof Stanford, containing too acres; land Improvements Electric lights and water in house and lisrn. Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, tub- Apply lo K. T ROCHI'.STHR, Ject to the action ol the Democracy. Stanford, Ky. Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. S JAMES GIYENS 60 acres corn HUFFMAN JOHN fitst-cUs- s DcNARDI, TO All court-hous- e . J. TO BURNERS i'iu ir rcre-nu- Ten-ness- o tax-p- DINK FARMER W. DEBORD mar-Ki- n. 1 - South-bound- .- "' J-- Mr-K- -- CARPENTER, F. well-know- n po.t-o!Ti- Largest and BostSoloctod JNO. BRIGHT i J. KENNEDY, J. T. FiiHRA, I k. " mvfrjr "i55 g, lOK-onam- a W.LDAWSON, Class Class. Fure m IHE Bluo-Graa- JOHN um J. mi msu, JOHN Pro'r., fHHrcp S. PRICE, J. MUGHMAJN, hn w PETER For Sale Clicnn Privately. INSURANCE AGENT' oeiteral stoke, Kentucky, C. X. POOTE&X., -- 1 Stanford, first-cla- ss T. NEWLAND, claus-emuche- d First-Cla- ss T. J. HATCHER THE GOFFEY HOUSE ii Duroc Red Jersey Swine JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 accommods-tionsfc- oi-- JACKSOIT HOUSE, 1 55-i- Tho Sb.olton Houso, s, Tien-Tbi- n. HARD -- -:- TIMES Store MIIJLINERY j"-l- For Sale. a, Ma-hone- Secure a Bargain. Original Jcllico Coal. THE RILEY HOUSE Produce, The Stand Is a Good One. - The People of Stanford 1 rc.iH-tii.iu- 111 11 .... J". HI. HZILTOnST ROWLAND, KY. HARDWARE, IN GROCERIES, NJLW LEAVE POSTED. r s DEALER Has moved into his new store at the junction of pikes the Stanford & Crab Orchard and "Cut-off- " at Rowland and Is now better than ever prepared to pleaae the trade in both STOCK OF. GOODS, JPRICJES, He has recently added K'eatly to his stock and havlne no rent to pay and no loss by bad debts he can soil you goods cheaper than any body. Call and get his prices befrre buyiog. i. Etc. 37-i- COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery Of 1 : Business Ramsey, lam Increasing the stock as si a.t.potwible and will soon have it J. W. Monday wns "pay day" for him, and 10:16 a. m. for Graham, Uluefield, Pocahontas and Norfolk. the next day one of tho firm mado out u Lynchburg, Richmond Uluefield to Norfolk and Sleeping Cars from mil anu wont after the $18. As ho ap- P.Hfnrrl: also from Lvnchbttrgto Richmond. oodn Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatan and proached the cabiu in which "old a m, oj p m and will smooth-was living fat off tho goods 4 ao leave Uluefield daily at 7 00 p in. ho noticed a largo sign, "Scarlet Fever," Leave Uluefield 7 00 a m and 9 00 p m daily for Kenova and Columbus, O., Chicago and all points sticking nbove tho door. Tho sign mndo West. Pullman sloeperon 900 p m train lor Chino difference to tho collector. He moved cago. Intermediate Additional trains up close to tho entrance and was not stations on Elkhorn for Welch and siopmdaileave Uluefield seen by tho inmates until within a few Trains arrive at Norton Irota the East dally at feet thereof. The entire family, consist pm or a man, woman and child, were in 5 55 further Information as to schedules, ratei ing Vir the front room, but as isoon as they saw Ac, apply to agents of Norfolk A Western Rail W. U.HKVILL, tho collector tho man ran into tho rear road or Gen. Pass. Agt Roanoke, V. room and hid. no was called out, howM F. I1RAGO, Trav. Pass. Agent. ever, and compelled to acknowledge that he was broke, and that tho scarlet fever Bign was simply a ruse to prevent people KENTUCKY'S whom ho owed from bothering him. Butte Miner. " 1 - NORTON DAILY Commercial McKINNEY, KY. I Hotel, at G C LYON. FRED II A U.MANN. R L. WHITE. J L IIKCK. T. C HALL PETER IIAI.MKR. T NEWLAND. W. II. HAYS. ICE, have bought above mentiouedllotel and have attached a First-Cla- ss The finest fruit belt or New Mealco. No fall Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and ure in crops under irrigation If properly attended am better than ever to. Alt fruits grown in California can be grown In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. Land from S'i to Jjo per acre on 10 years' time, at Accommodate 6 per cent. iau on or address. R. C. MORGAN, I). 11. S., Slanlord, Ky. I ppecial attentlonto Commercial Men. I. W. GREEN, Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. HOUSE AND STOLEN. Bar and Fool Eooxn. Tho Foooa Valley. 11,., I, 1. m..U I... - I Institution. .Second, the Ice i. shului.i. Y.i chemically pure, being made I rem spring which 1. first distilled and then carefully filtered before being frozen. Third, Artificial Ice r will much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic ot cholera is looked lor during the year and nothing is so apt to produce or sprvad this Impure water or Ice. r'lflh, It will b. disease as For them reasons i,i, Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Every morning at the following Prices: pounds or over 4oc pet hundred. 50 pounds to 100 4c ,, hundred. ror 10 to jo pounds.. per hundred. No less than 10 poundsidellvered. 10 E. I It EM EH. For For 100 Prepared to Public. the sc BMP Complete in Every Particular. Call at my store on Lancaster street and I will snake it to your interest to trade with me. CrUEAT Oct. 7 TROTS, Incorporated.) $25 REWARD. Now Millinery. lluek-boarda- nd Will a Tree Live Forever? (Ky. T. H. Ii. Also. i John 13. W.C. HUTCHINCS. Castleman. A. G. L an ham ROYAL Insurance Company OFJL,rVERPOOJL. BARBEE &0ASTLEM AiN MANAGERS,; Commerce Building, Louisville the noted botanist, also indorses tho theory that, inasmuch as trees annually renew their youth, thoy are virtually immortal. His eiact language is us follows: "Tho old centrul part of tho trunk may decay, but this is of little moment bo lontr as new Livpm nr imiui-iformed at the circumference. The trp survive, and it would be difficult for Ecienco to show that it is liable to death from old ago in any proper tense of that term." St. Louis Republic. Loniluu Marring? Hours. What do you think of tho idea advanced by some prominent botanist that a tree, providing it meets with no will live forever? Do Candolle, an eminent French authority, says, "Trees are not subject to death, and barring uccmenia ana ravages of insecta will continuo to livo on indefinitely ." Gray, :LB2U3TGTOXT, to 14, inclusive, 1893. :- BANKS' THE JEWELER. -:- acpi-den- t, STANFORD, - My mother, Mrs. Kste Dudderar, has On the night ot August at, i8oj, a Horse, Just re harness were stolen Iron! my stable in ""'h "" " Stanford, Ky. The Horse Is a Chesnut Sorrel, abouttcn years old, white in face, about i$hands high, white feet, bad wind puff on light hind leg; ALL OF THE NOVELTIES ramcr nnu in urucr, i ne iiucicooaru nas r 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 ti) reward lor recovery of tho prop. i. r. chMri, Firt-ClasDreR-Make- r. Stanford, Ky. at arrag''" ""' "" ' slile-ba- "j. B 7 Days, . -: $50,000. Stock Most Complete (RF The $5,000 Futurity Stake, Saturday, Oct. 7. The $12,500 Stallion Representative Stake, Monday, Oct. 9. The 25,ooo Transylvanian Stake, Tuesday, Oct. 10. The Great Frce-For-A- 6 cLda. my h.iil,'i,;M"'nlneyour ,toclt 1 of Millinery before your dresses! ord" hankingnd,eVe past favors we solicit you for same. Jj MARY DAVIS .DUDDERAR. fr JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, UVEE7, ill: AND SALS STABLE, STANFORD, E.Y. m mreilno"r "ew ""Me in the are well supplied with Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair Jesse Thompson's Earber Shop, work. One call will convince you There are three ol the best Ilarbers in the State 4 There are also excellent Hath Rooms run In that this is the place to trade. Agent for Lexington Steam Laundry. Opera Ilouu Agents throug tout the South. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ao'ont, .STANFORD, KY. The London time for getting married has now been extended to 3 p. in. It used to bo up to nson, but the extension was recently made by act of parliament. Loudon Timej. Wednesday, Oct. 11. Half Rates on all railroads. Ladies free first day. I'or full programme write ED A. TIPTON, Sec'y :new rigs and;horses Have been purchaied.ind nothlngjbut urnouts w ill leave ihj stable. firstlasj Give them a Call. - .'.. " 4 .i . ,. .f