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OCTOBER 3. 1893. ntteu-tionlof NO. 62 t probably not been called to tho Tho Barbourvillo Fair. you nil thnt tho eggregnte amount Tho Barbourville Fair with its much Josinh Bishop bought a lot of ISO-- Nominated Unanimously for the Senate, of taxation is in excess of 20 per capita, talkod of $3,000 in premiums and purees by tho Convention at Danville Saturpound hogs from H. L. Wliitu nt lAc. Mr. nn amount almost without u parallel in was aa decided a financial success as it day Last. Bishop tins been making riliL Bharp J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. modern government, which nothing but was from a pleasure standpoint. Immoney on swine recently. In tho nhsence of tho chairman of tho tho extraordinary resources of our grent mense crowds gathered each of the four 5U1 1893. Mr. G. T. Kelley can put on moro Senatorial district, Mr. R. R. Gentry, shoes in lens tlino and make them stay J. L. liruco called theconvontion to ol- country have ennbled us to pay. If days and spent the time enjoyably and Full corps of Conservatory ami Normal School teachers. Superior courses tn Literature, Music tad on homes than any smith I uvcr enw der and suggested the nomination of n elected my most earnest eflbrts shall bo profitably for thero was a very good An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. directed to tho framing of such legisla- Bhow of stock and 'and the races were try It. permanent chairman. Judge W. K. e. The trotting horses were not In an excellent sermon at Danville Vnrnon named Hon. R. P. Jacobs, of tion as will lessen tho costs of govern ment and reduce future taxation. overly numerous but tho bang tails I heard Rev. J. W. Lynch prove Doyle, and ho was Sunday, chosen. On motion Thero is but one other question direct- were thero by tho score and one could conclusively that "Wo shall Know each II. E. Woolfolk and W. P. Walton were ing you upon which I will, If elected, bo have easily imagined himself in that other Thori." H37. made secretaries. A committee on creJohn Rancy sayB that tho ox plo- dentials was appointed by tho chair as called to act, to which I wish to call "horse heaven" of Lexington when they your nttention, nnd this is tho selection were out exercising in tho mornings or FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. sion at lloininel'H Htoru nt Rowland gave follows: W. E. Varnon, Lincoln; G. E. of n United States Senator. I under- when fighting for supremacy in tho afA SCIICOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. tliom a good slinking up Friday night, Stone, Casey; Tom Dunn, Garrard and stand that I am running in the interest ternoons. though ho lives four miles distant. Good Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special Robert Harding, Boyle. After n Bhort of some can Jidato for thiH oflice. This Thursday's 2:45 trot was won "with inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough Did you over notico that there are retirement its chairman reported that is wholly untrue. Upon this question I ease by Dave Wilcox's unnamed The College has te:n recently rented) and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, ton grnvo yards between Danville and Hoylo was represented by R. II. C. 33 M. O. THOMSON, Principal. am wholly untrammeled nnd uncommitmare, with John Thomas' Orange &c, have been added. One Mitchell, Dr. J. B, Boiling, 11. J. BreckStanford, all close to tho roadside ted. I have- n most friendly nnd favora- Wilkes Bocond. On Friday Bob Jackfor each mile. And still wo nru thought inridge, J. L. Bruce, Robert Harding ble acquaintance with all the eminent son was on baud with tho reliable old less about tho future. and R. P. Jncobs and that the county gentlemen who aro aspiring to this po- Randall and won by a noso from Davo While looking over a paper the oth- was entitled to 10 votes; Casey, Georgo sition. Any one of them would make Wilcox, with John Thomas' Orange er evening I noticod accounts of about E. Stone and R. 11. Wilkerson, 7 votes; n moBt competent I'nited States Senator Wilkea, third. a dozen fires, a "defective Hue" being tho Garrard, Tom H. Robinson nnd Tom RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. The time made in the trots was not caiifiein every instance. Insurance com- Dunn, 0 votes nnd Lincoln, R. C. War- and concerning thorn and their aspiraThree Colleges) ; Three Training Schools Fifteen of money if ren, It. II. Bronaugh, W. E. Varnon, tions to this office I have no favors to as last as mat made by the great mare tne neart ox tne uiue lirass Kegton. Gvmnasium deoarttnents of studv. Healthful lnrattnn If panies would save a heap and Athletic prnumU. MnH.r.d. vrti to fJK). Attendance session C33 from thirty States and they would put and keep nu army of Win. Landgrnfr, W. P. Walton, Bright reward nnd no wrongs to avenge. Up- Alix, but was good indeed for tho track J1C0 catalogue apply to J,.last HL.ANTON, V. P., Chancellor, countries. I'or full inforraatior snd II. Richmond, Kentucky. on thu question of n selection of ono of which is at least 10 seconds slow. lluo inspectors on tho road. Ferrill, J. G. Weatherford, Tipton Sims, them to servo you in this high office, I A great deal of interest was manifestMiss Lllllo Bosley, a beautiful young S. T. Harris and J. A. Moore, 13 votes. shall recognize tho right ofjmy constitu- ed in tho fancy turnout ring and four en. lady of Springfield, is visiting her lovely A committee on resolutions consisting Iioaley. Mr. F. K. of It. C. Warren, T. H. Robinson, J. B. ents to dictate to me and I shall carry tries as gayly caparisoned as ono cared cousin, Miss Mattio Trlbblo, one of the most energetic young Boiling and G. E. Stone reported the out what I discover to bo their wishes. to see, "fit for the prize." The ring did If I Bhnll have nny preference in regard much credit to tho fair, for not only DANVILLE, KY. men In this neighborhood, wont to following which Chairman Jncobs said thereto It shall be subordinated to what were tho turnouts pretty, but there was The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, Saturday to visit the family of was short, swe"t and to the point. 1893. I believe, in the exercise of my soundest a beautiful liarbourvillc girl in each, his father, Mr. Peter Tribble. Mrs. Kvan Rksolvki), 1. That wo approve of the With a full judgment, to be tho will of my district. and it did not surprise me to find that cially adapted course of study, both English and Classicat. While the course ol instruction is toespeto prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at the same time furWater, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. calling of this convention. nish a liberal English education to any who desire it. In connection with tho Academy, It is unfortuuato that it devolves upon the judges had great trouble in placing Betsy Kevins, of Stanford, went to Mer'J. That we endorse the administraState legislative bodies to elect United the ties. I was told by one qf them that cer county Saturday to visit their broth-er- , tion of Grover Cleveland. A Rov. Strother Cook, Sr. Thoy were adopted and nominations States Senntors. This should be done by had he had his way he would have had Haa been established in the Home and under the personal control ef the Principal. Regular study four blue ties and given each lovely mai- heurs under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government oi In referring to thu little folkti in this for Senator being in order, Hon. R. 0. the people themselves. educational advantages. And now, gentlemen, in conclusion, den one with a premium tied in it. Mr. a Christian home are combined withtothe best tuition, I heard a young lady Wiirreu presented the name of Hon. W. neighborhood For further particulars in regard board, etc., address Bchool teacher remark; "Kvery time I II. Miller, who was the unanimous after thanking you most sincerely for Black, of Knox, got first and Abe Drake, JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. see a little baby I am reminded of Hill choice of the delegation. Pending the conferring upon me this honor and of Danville, second. manifesting toward me this mark of Ed Jones, formerly a 'Stanford boy Nye, who says that widowers and babies call for further nominations Senator your esteem and confidence, permit me but now a merchant of Pineville, took are just alike cry the llrst six months, Breckinridge said that his delegation had then sit up and look around n while, and been Instructed to vote for Welch and to make this appeal: Let us, if 'we have three blue ties on the last day with his ? it's an awful hard mntter to get them tho idBence of any ofliciai information any discord nnd differences harmonize splendid young saddler. Ho and Miss through the second eum.Ticr." I don't that ho was not n candidate it would and forget them. Our majority in the Annie Dishman had a beautiful rie in see why Hill didn't suggest that widows have to vote for hitu. Mr. Warren pijid district is not large and to secure victory the fancy turnout ring but were not in too nro in tho Bamo category, for I know that ho supposed that the Senator read we must organize our forces perfectly it, or at least the judges decided that they "gt lonesome" tho second sum- the papers and that he kept himself In- and I ask you to go to your homes and way. The Barbourville people are very mer, if not before soinu do, you know formed. This gave tho Boylo county among vour neighbors and undertake to Whatever proud, and justly so, of their fairs, and Misa Kato Swope is quite ill. Mrs. man a further clianco to orate, till he bring nbout this result. Will M. Swopo, of Fayette, Is with her. w as declared out of order by the chair. capacity 1 have for organization nnd to their credit bo it said, there is no pullMrs. John White Is Improving rapidly. Judge Varnon then arose and as tho leadership shall be devoted to the ac- ing in opposite directions when a good Robert Low la Is at Dunnville, Casey chairman of tho Lincoln county delega- complishment of this result, and I prom point is suggested. Tho merchants and couuty. Miss Llwlu DoPauw has re- tion hinted that Col. Welch would not ise you that, if elected, my earnest ef- business men generally speak of "our sumed her school nt Willow Grove. Mrs. accept the nomination if tendered him. forts flhall bo to bo shape legislation as to fair" with a pardonable pride that would justify your confidence in every direc- very much become some of tho Lincoln Chapman Coleman, Jr., of Mercer, visitA vote by counties on tho nomination county people when they speak of ened her mother last week. Mrs. John- of Mr. Miller resulted in his receiving tion. We aro indebted to Stenographer T. terprises which in every way promote son, of llarrodsburg, has been visiting the entire number and he was declared W. Geer for tho report of tho speech, tho county's interests, but which they at Mr. Whalleu's. Mr. J. T. Hnckley and the nominee. which is precisely as delivered. strenuously oppose because they were family returned from the World's Fair Tho chair then appointed Messrs. It. not the originators of them. Miss Delia Harlan visited 0. Warren, T. B. Robinson, It. J. BreckSaturday. MT. SALEM. Barbourvillo tho "Queen City of the Stanford last week. There are now ba- inridge and It. B. Wilkerson acommitteo For more than a week your corresponMountains" seems to be doing about as bies at tho homes of Reuben Gentry and to notify Mr. Miller of his nomination James Swopo and othor arrivals nro an- and it returned witli tho nominee, who dent bos been on tho wing. Loft Liber- well as could be expected. The closing ticipated in this vicinity. Frank Pipes accepted the honor with thanks, speak- ty on Wednesday, and Junction City on up of tho Cumberland Valley Bank has Friday for Louisville. Found tho corn probably mado money matters a little is ill of fever. ing as follows. crops both on the L. it K. and Louisville harder than would have been otherwise Chrlnto-phe- r Georgo Kubanks nnd Dave Mr. Chairman nnd Gentlemen of tho Southern in a dwarfish condition. Ca but tho good people seem to have little camo near tnking part in a funernl Convention: sey county corn is the best we have Been or no trouble in continuing to exist and nro both stuck the other night. They Before expressing to you nny words of are us a class as happy as nny peoplo on putting mustard on their moat and thanks for thu honor of this nomination, nny where. Full stock Emerson's Men's Shoes, On arriving in the city lato and find- wo know of. The wide and lengthy while eatinir sunner they called for It. I desire to oxpreba my profound regret Stribley's Ladies' Shoes and Stevens' esstreets, beautifully laid off and excelIn searching for it in a proas, Mrs. Hettio that Col. W. G. Welch, of my county, ing Prof. It. H. Carother's printing tablishment closed for tho night, wo lently McAdnmized, are gentle reminChildren's Shoes, now open. Kubanks inadvertently got hold of who had been instructed for, did not btruck thu llrst hotel at hand which was ders of a day when times looked a little poison. Thoy both discovered tho SEVERANCE & SON. have it in his power to accept it. He is mistake after it was in their mouths nnd a splendid gentleman of excellent ca- the beautiful Palace Hotel, under tho brighter, but this does not bother tho t'hnrgo of the genial J. A. Suter. Learn- contented Barbourvillian, who goes on before swallowing it, elso they would pacity and would have made you n maging that tho proprietor, his clerks and his way thanking the Lord that things have gone up tho spout. They have nificent senator. It is, indeed, u posigenerally were members of are no worse. E. C. W. been "spitting nnd oxpectorntlng" over tion which no businusa man can accept boarders Wheeler's aud Morgan's Cavslry in tho tho one slncoand every once nnd awhile without prejudice to his business interwo were some what appreGRAB ORCHARD. is still pinching tho other to bo certain ests. Nevertheless, when I understood late contest, hensive that we might lose our ecalp, Skktaw. he is alive. Our farmers have beon busy threshthat no other gentleman of my couuty, but soon found that tho war had closed to which this nomiuntlon was conceded, with them nearly 30 years ago. We sat ing wheat aud rye with satisfactory reDANVILLE. would accept it, 1 considered that it up till lato going oyer tho ccBtoa of the sults, but fioiiio wheat is badly damaged (Advocate.) would bo a species of meanness in me to past, but it was without smoka and load from smut and cheat. W. A. Carson has bought tho store Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert LInrding will decline itnftor having several times been this time, only with the tongue. Wo leave Monday morning for tho World's favored aud honored by the people of were never treated any batter and we room belonging to J. R. Bailey for SSOO. Fair. .FOR. that county upon my own solicitation. recommend our landlord aid his estab- Bailey's stock of drugs was bought by Beazley & Sou, but wo don't know tho Tho Advocate will heroafter be nn But there aro other reasons why any lishment to all our comradas. price paid. afternoon papor and print tho UUet gentleman would like to bo elected to On arriving nt Pleasant in GarMisa Ellie Holmes returned from dispatches. Uultcd States this position. Tho present is an era in rard county, on our retura, taw tret we ' W. K. Vowols, of Lexington, agent tho political history of tho country. Tho met was our mate of early youth, J. S. tho Stanford school on account of the for tho Jung Browing Company, of Cin- democratic party has just returned to Johnson. Sam is now oue of the lead- the diphtheria scaro. No case of it here cinnati, has been indicted '20 times for power after a retirement of 35 years. It ing men of his county, is tho owner of nnd our school resumed work last Monviolating tho prohibition laws of this comes in nt a most critical moment with 100 acres of fertile land aud has grown day with a full house. Misa Katie Cochran, of Madison, county. Vowels has been selling beer its traditions behind it, but with present to Jumbo proportions. Wo also met has been visiting relatives here. Mrs. parties in this city. to various promises which it Is under obligations with hospitable reception at the senior Mary Morgan, of Tollsboro, is with her Farris & Whitley bought at the to fulfill. It has then a solemn duty Sam Johnson's, Mrs. Sallio A, Korris, salo in Garrard 19 head of which if it will discharge will car- William Parks' and the veteran in the mother, Mrs. Margaret Gormley. Her it, cattle atilj cents per pound ry it to a magnificent destiny in the cauBe of education, Mr. John K West's. baby girl is very sick. Mre. Kate who has been with Mrs. D. G. and 00 hogs at about 5 ceuta. They also grand march of events. Of nil its promAt Lancaster wo found Captain Hern- feeding cattle, ises I cannot now speak, but one of the Slaughter, returned to her home in AlaBurko bought of A. J. don bearing the honors of a private citi1,100 pounds averago, at 3 cents. most material is that tho country shall zen with dignity. In a pleasant inter- bama Saturday. It seems to me that when tho earth Owing to tho fact that the constitu- have nn enlarged commerce, and of this view with Gen. W. J. Landram we were tion prohibits a town of this class from it is not necessary to speak in detail. given some interesting unwritten war closes upon all that is mortal, every Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adincurring an indebtedness of moro than But in connection with it there is one history which wo are in hopes tho Gen- fault that a man possessed should be R- - ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. 5 per cent, of its assessed proporty, the mattor which commands our sorious at- eral will Borne day give to tho public buried also. It is cowardly and anything but generous to parade and enlargo election on the water works question tention. Thero have beon and are now through the press. upon tho faults of one who is not prespostponed till tho assessment conflicts betweun labor and capital, has beon Long lifo to "Happy Jack," whom we to vindicate them. We Bhould reus in our efforts to is sufficient to raise the amount neceswhich embarrass met in Stanford. Though wo spilt what ent sary. our trade and commerce, which little blood we had to spare on different member that after death the soul is in ANDwo cannot hope to accomplish unless sides in the late contest, yet we earnest tho hands of a higher and and more just Dr. Aitlbman will meet uIb many pa- these conflicts are reconciled, for wo ly hopo in the heroafter to meet him in Tribunal than we can know, where evtients and others who wish to consult cannot expect to have successful trade the happy hunting ground, provided he ery fault must be accounted for, where him, at the Myers House next Tuesday, abroad if we have such embarrassments should be so fortunate as to get thero. every good deed will receive its reward. Oct.' 10. The doctor's practice is growWo have no right to judge, we know at homo. In my opinion the settlement Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. ing larger and larger each successive of this great difficulty can be had nothing of the motives that influence anNashville. Tenn.. March 8, 1893.-- The good he is doing is remark-ablvisit and tho through the friendly mediation of the Stockton Medicine Co., Kashyille, Tenn., other, know nothing of the temptations Rheumatism, Gentlemen: I Mr. James Bibb, of McKinney, government and I believe that the time combined withbad Sciatic and insom- ho meets, but one thing we do know, nervousness . oi iuuu a Mr. Malt and is ripe for this effort and that tho masses nia for six weeks, and having heard of after death each soul receives justice. nra inn notable cases the doctor are looking to the democratic party to so many persons being cured of nearly ' Let us not wound the hearts of friends baa treated and added largely to his undertake it as a part of its duties. every disease by taking Stockton's Antileft behind by unkind words against septic, I concluded to try it and the result their dead. great reputation. Another matter of deep concern to was wonderful. It gavo me almost inyou is the proper administration of the Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. Look Forward, Not Backward. J. L. Wilson shot and killed Thomas government, in which incidentally aris- stant relief, and in five days I went to my office. I take great pleasure in recomcounty, Saturday. WIN Hunt'in Gallatin Stockton's Antiseptic is a scientific remes the question of taxation. We all want mending it. Respectfully yours, edy fully up with the progressive age. hn fn an overseer on a county R. E. Morton, a good government and aro willing to 321 J North College St. Don't be discouraged, it is truly the conroad, had sworn out a warrant for Hunt's pay for it. but, at the eamo time, we .... i.ii if.in k. ww nr hi. work- n. wv .. a For sale by A. R. Penny, druggists, queror of disease. For sale by A. R. Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. imini (Hi li " Penny, Stanford. arrest , inn vnn an economical government. It has Stanford. Hunt was the aggressor. men, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September lirBt-rat- Huston ville, V CENTRAL university r Centre College Academy. Home Boarding aud Training Department Hop-klnsvlll- o Do you need any extras for your Stove Leave your order with name and number of your sto e and we can get what you want in t he or four days. Don't wait until cold weather.J M'KINNEY BROS. in-he- ct Got, Fancy Qioceries,Breai,Cabs,Fies Candies, Lunches.Frbits, &c, m bo-fo- re CALL ON R. ZIMMER THE BAKER. 1,325-pou- nd y, 1 1 A Good Meal for 25 Cts. ad-van- co B1WS, -- BOOK S e. McK-inney- o. SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded MoBOBERTS, ' W. B. -- I Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. ADAMS' SULPHUR WELL HON. W. H. MILLER. ISO-pou- Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAV. OCTOBER 3. 1893. tion! you nil NO. 62 V probably not been called to tho attenThe Barbourvillo Fair. that tho aggregate amount Tho Barbourvillo Fair with its much Nominated Unanimously Tor the Senate, Josifth Bishop bought r lot of of taxation is in excess of 20 per capita, talked of $5,000 in premiums and purses by tho Convention nt Danville Saturhogs from It. L. Whito nt IJc. Mr. nn amount nlmost without n parallel in was aa decided a financial succesa as it Blinrp day Last. Bishop has been making riht J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. modern government, which nothing but was from n pleasure standpoint. Imrecently. money on ewlno In tho absence of tho chnirman of tho tho extraordinary resources of our great mense crowds gathered each of the four 5U1 1893. Mr. U.T. Kelley cuii put on more Senatorial district, Mr. It. It. Gentry, country havo enabled us to pay. If days and spent the timo enjoyably and shoes in loss tlino and make tltum Btay J. L. Bruce called the convention to olelected my most earnest efforts Bhall bo profitably for thero was a very good Full corpiofComervatory and Normal School teachers. Superior coursea to Literature, Muiic ana on horses than any smith I ever saw der and suggested tho nomination of n directed to tho framing of such legisla- show of stock and and tho races were An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. try it. permanent chairman. Judge W. K. as will lesson tho costs of governe. The trotting horses were not In an excellent sermon at D.iuvlllo Varnon named lion. K. P. Jacobs, of tion ment and reduce future taxation. overly numerous but tho bang talis Sunday, I hoard I to v. J. W. Lynch provo Boyle, and ho wua chosen. On motion conclusivolythat "Wo ahall Know each II. E. Woolfolk and W. P. Walton were Thero is but ono other question affect were thero by tbo score and ono could ing you upon which I will, if elected, bo have easily imagined himself in that TZy. other Thorn." made secretaries. A committee on cre- called to act, to which I wish to call "horse heaven" of Lexington when they oxplo-aio- n John Itanoy says that the dentials was appointed by .the chair as your FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. attontion, and this is tho selection were out exercising in tho mornings or at lIomtncl'H Btoro at Rowland guvo follows: W. E. Varnon, Lincoln; G. E. of a United States Senator. I under- when fighting for supremacy in the afA SCHCOL AND HOME FOK GIRLS. them a good shaking up Friday night, Stone, Tom Dunn, Garrard and stand that I am running in the interest ternoons. Good Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special though ho lives four miles distant. Robert Harding, Boyle. After a abort of BOtno can Jidato for this ollice. This Thursday's 2:15 trot was won with inducements ottered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough Did you over notice that there are retirement its chairman reported that ia wholly untrue. Upon this question I ease by Dave Wilcox's unnamed The College has be:n recently refited, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, ten grnvo yards between Danville and Boyle was ropreHontod by It. H. C. 33 M. O. THOMSON, Principal. am wholly untrammeled and uncommitmare, with John Thomas' Orange &c, have been added. Stanford, oil close to tho roadside? One Mitchell, Dr. J. B, Boiling, It. J. Breckted. I havo a most friendly and favora- Wilkes Bocond. On Fridoy Bob Jack-bo- ii for eacli mile. And still wo are thought- inridge, J. L. Bruce, Robert Harding ble acquaintance with, all tho eminent was on hand with tho reliable old less about tho futuru. and It. P. Jacobs and that tho county gentlemen who are aspiring to this po- Randall and won by a noso from Davo Wlillu looking over a paper tho oth was entitled to 10 votes; Cneey, George sition. Any ono of them would make Wilcox, witli John Thomas' Orange er evening I noticed accounts of about E. Stone and It. B. Wilkcraon, 7 votes; a most competent United States Senator Wilkes, third. a dozen fires, a "defective lino" being tho Garrard, Tom B. Robinson and Tom RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. and concerning thorn and their aspiraTho timo made in the trota was not comcause in every instance. Insurance Dunn, (I votes and Lincoln, R. 0. Wartions to thia office I havo no favors to as fast as that mado by the great maro Three Colleges ; Three Training Schools. Fifteen departments of stud v Healthful location It Cvmnasium and Athletic irnunH. panies would savu a heap of money if ren, It. II. Bronaugh, W. E. Varnon, the neart ox the mue Grass Region Moderate expenses , reward aud no wrongs to avenge. Up- Allx, but was good indeed for tho track UGO to 1210. Attendance last session GO from tbirtv States and countrlr For full informatiot would put and koop an army of Win. Landgrafl-- W. P. Walton, Bright they tnd catalogue apply to J,. H. JJIANTOX, 1). P., Chancellor, Richmond, Kentucky. on tho question of a selection of ono of which ia at least 10 seconds alow. Hue inspectors on tho road. Ferrill, J. G. Weatherford, Tipton Sims, A great deal of interest waa manifestthem to sorvo you in tills high office, I Miss Ltlllo Boaley, n beautiful young S. T. Harris and J. A. Moore, 13 votes. shall recognize tho right ofjtny constitu- ed in tho fancy turnout ring and four en. visiting her lovely lady of Springfield, is A commitfeo on resolutions consisting aa gayly caparisoned as ono cared cousin, Miss Mattio Boaley. Mr. F. K. of It C. Wnrren, T. B. Robinson, J. B. ents to dictate to mo aud I shall carry triea out what I discover to bo their wishes. to eee, "fit for tho prize." The ring did Tribble, one of tiio most energetic young Boiling and G. E. Stono reported the If I shall havo any preference in regard much credit to the fair, for not only DANVILLE, KY. following which Chairman Jacobs said men in tliia neighborhood, went to thereto it shall be subordinated to what were tho turnouts pretty, but there was The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. of was short, swtt and to tho point. Saturday to visit the family I believe, in the exercise of my soundest a beautiful Barbourvillo girl in each, his father, Mr. Peter Tribble. MrH. Evan Rksolvku, 1. That wo approve of tho With a full instruction judgment, to bo tho will of my district. and it did not surprise mo to find that cially adapted course of study, both English and Classical. While the course olthe same time is toespeto prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at Waters, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. calling of tliia convention. a liberal English education to any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, It is unfortunato that it devolves upon tho judges had great trouble in placing Betsy NoviuB, of Stanford, wont to Mer2. That wo endorse the administraState legislative bodies to elect United the ties. I was told by one of them that A cer county Saturday to visit their broth tion of Grover Cleveland. Senators. This should bo done by had he had his way ho would have had er. Itov. Strother Cook, Sr. They were ndopted and nominations States established in the Home the personal control ef four blue ties and given each lovely mai- Has been the supervision of the and under and assistants and the the Principal, Regular study hours under restraints and government of Principal In referring to the little folks in this forSenator being in order, Hon. It. 0. tho peoplo themselves. a Christian home are combioed with the best educational advantages. And now, gentlemen, in conclusion, den one with a premium tied in it. Mr. For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address neighborhood I heard a young lady Warren presented thonamo of Hon. W. school teacher remark. "Kvery time I H. Miller, who was tho unanimous after thanking you most sincerely for Black, of Knox, got first and Abe Drake, JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. upon mo this honor and of Danville, second. boo a little baby I am reminded of Bill choice of tho delegation. Pending the conferring Ed Jones, formerly a 'Stanford boy Nye, who BayB that widower and babies call for further nominations Senator manifesting, toward me this mark of six monthe, Breckinridge said that his delegation had your esteem and confidence, permit me but now a merchant of Pineville, took aro just alike cry the llrst then sit up and look around a while, and been instructed to vote for Welch and to make this appeal: Let us, if wo have three blue ties on tho last day with his ? it's an awful hard matter to get them the hJ)8C1ico of any ofllcial information any discord and differences harmonize splendid young saddler. Ho and Misa through tho second sum.nor." I don't that lie was not n candidate it would and forget them. Our majority in the Annio Dishman had a beautiful rig in see why Bill didn't suggest that widows have to vote for him. Mr. Warren wid district is not largo aud to securo victory tho fancy turnout ring but were not in too aro in the same category, for I know that ho supposed that tho Senator road wo must organize our forces perfectly it, or at least the judges decided that thoy "gt lonesome" the second sum- tho papers and that ho kept himself in- and I ask you to go to your homes and way. The Barbourville peoplo are very mer, if not before flomo do, you know formed. This gave tho Boylo county among vour neighbors and undertake to Whatever proud, and justly so, of their fairs, and Miss Kato Swope is quite ill. Mrs. man a further chanco to orate, till he bring about this result. Will M. Swopo, of Fayette, is with her. was declared out of order by tho chair. capacity I havo for organization and to their credit bo it said, thero is no pullMrs. John Whito is improving rapidly. Judge Varnon then arose and as tho leadership shall be devoted to the ac- ing in opposite directions when a good Robert Lewis is at Dunnville, Casey chairman of tho Lincoln county delega- complishment of this result, and I prom- point is suggested. Tho merchants and business men generally speak of "our county. MiRB Lizzie DePauw lias re- tion Htntcd that Col. Welch would not ise you that, if elected, my earnest shall bo to so shape legislation as to fair" with a pardonable pride that would sumed her school at Willow Grove. Mrs. accept tiio nomination if tendered him. justify your conll lenco in every direc- very much become some of the Lincoln V voto by counties on the nomination Chapman Coleman, Jr., of Mercer, visitcounty people when they speak of en ed her mother last week. Mrs. John- of Mr. Miller resulted in his receiving tion. Wo aro indebted to Stenographer T. terprises which in every way promote visiting the entire numberand ho was declared son, of Harrodflburg, has been W. Geer for the report of tho speech, tho county's interests, but which 'they at Mr. Whalleu'fl. Mr. J. T. Hackley and the nominee. which is precisely as delivered. strenuously oppoao because they wero family returned from the World'H Fair The chair then appointed Messrs. R. not the originators of them. MIbs Delia Harlan visited C. Warren, T. B. Robinson, R. J. BreckSaturday. MT. SALEM. Barbourvillo tho "Queen City of the baStanford last week. There aro new inridge and R. B. WilkcrsonRCommitteo For more than a week your corresponMountains" seems to be doing about aa Gentry and to notify Mr. Miller of his nomination bies at tho homes oi Reuben dent has been on tho wing. Left Libor-t- well as could bo expected. The closing James Swopo and other arrivals aro an- and it returned with tho nominee, who on Wednesday, and Junction City on up of the Cumberland Valley Bank has ticipated in thlB vicinity. Frank Pipes accepted the honor witli thanks, Bpeak-InFriday for Louisville. Found the corn probably made money matters a little is ill of fever. as follows. crops both on the L. & N. and Louisvillo harder than would havo been otherwise George Kubanka and Dave ChristoMr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Southern in a dwarfish condition. Cabut tho good people seem to have little in a funeral Convention: pher came near taking part sey county corn is the best wo havo seen or no trouble in continuing to exist and night. Thoy are both Btuck the other Before expressing to you any words of any where. are us a class aa happy as any people ou putting mustard on their meat and thanks for thu honor of this nomination, Full stock Emerson's Men's Shoes, On arriving in tho city lato and find- wo know of. Tho wide and lengthy whllo eating supper they called for it. I deairo to oxpreBS my profound regret Stribley's Ladies' Shoes and Stevens' ing Prof. R. II. Carother'8 printing es- streets, beautifully laid oil and excelIn searching for it in a press, Mrs. Bettio that Col. W. G. Welch, of my county, tablishment closed for tho night, wo lently McAdamized, are gentle reminChildren's Shoes, now open. Kubanks Inadvertently got hold of who had been instructed for, did not btruck tho first hotel at hand which was ders of a day when times looked a little both discovered tho poison. Thoy SEVERANCE & SON. have It in his power to accept it. He is tho beautiful Palace Hotel, under tho brighter, but this does not bother the waa in their mouths and mistake after it a splendid gentleman of excellent ca- charge of the genial- J. A. Suter. Learn- contented Barbourvillian, who goes on before swallowing it, else they would pacity an 1 would have made you a ing that the proprietor, his clerks and his way thanking the Lord that things have gone up tho spout. They have senator. It is, indeed, a posi- boarders generally weto members of are no worse. E. C. W. over been "spitting and expectorating" tion which no business man can accept Wheeler's and Morgan's Cavalry in tho a whllo tho one since and every oncoand without prejudice to iiis business inter- late contest, wo were somowhat appreGRAB ORCHARD. is Bttll pinching tho other to bo certain ests. Nevertheless, when I understood hensive that wo might lose our ecalp, Siiktaw. he Is alive. Our farmers havo been busy threshthat no other gehtlomau of my county, but soon found that tho war had closed ing wheat uml ryu with satisfactory to which this nomination was conceded, with them nearly JO years aro. Wo Bat DANVILLE. but some wheat is badly damaged would accent it, I considered that it up till late going over the oca toot of the meanueps in mo to past, but it was without smoke and lead from smut and cheat. (Ailvocatc.) would bo a species of W. A. Carson has bought tho Btoro Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harding will decline it after having several times been this time, only with the tongue. Wo orkl s favored aud honored by tho people of were never treated any bitter and wo room belonging to J. R. Bailey for SSOO. leave Monday morning for tho .FOR, Fair. that county upon my own solicitation. recommend our landlord aid his estab- Bailey's stock of drugs was bought by Beazley & Son, but wo don't kuow the will horoaftor bo an But there aro other reasons why any Tho Advocate to all our comradas. lishment price paid. afternoon paper aud print tho latset gentleman would like to bo elected to On arriving at Pleasant Owt, in GarMiss Eilie Holmes returned from States dispatches. United this position. Tho present is an era in rard county, on our retina, law ftrst wo W. K. Vowels, of Lexington, agent tho political history of tho country. The met was our mate of early youth, J. S. tho Stanford school on account oi the the diphtheria scare. No case of it here for tho Jung Browing Company, of Cin- democratic party has just returned to Johnson. Sam is now ouo of tho lead20 times for power after n retirement of 3d years. cinnati, haa been indicted It ing men of his county, is tho owner of and our school resumed work last Monprohibition laws of this comes in at a most critical moment with 100 acres of fertile land and has grown day with a full houso. violating tho Miss Katie Cochran, of Madison, county. Vowels haa been selling beor its traditions behind it, but with present to Jumbo proportions. Wo also met partiea in thia city. "is under obligations with hospitable reception at the senior has been visiting relatives here. Mrs. to various promises which it Farria A Whitloy bought at the to fulfill. It haa then a solemn duty be- Sam Johnson's, Mrs. Sallio A. Norris, Mary Morgan, of Tollsboro, ia with her salo In Garrard 19 head of fore it, which if it will discharge' will car- William Parks' and the veteran in the mother, Mrs. Margaret Gormley. Her cents per pound ry it to a magnificent destiny in tho caueo of education, Mr. John K West's. baby girl is very sick. Mrs. Kate cattle at Thoy also grand march of eyonts. Of all its promwho has been with Mrs. D. G. CO hogs at about 5 cents. and At Lancaster wo found Captain Hern of A. J. Burke It feeding cattle, ises I cannot now speak, but ono of the don bearing the honors of a private citi Slaughter, returned to her homo in Alabought 1,100 pounds average, at a conta. most material ia that tho country shall zon with dignity. In a pleasant Inter bama Saturday. It seems to me that when tho earth Owing to tho fact that tho constitu- have an enlarged commerco, and of this view with Gen. W. J. Landram wo wore tion prohibits a town of this class from it is not necessary to speak in detail. civen some interesting unwritten war closes upon all that is mortal, every Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adincurring an indebtedness of more than But in connection with it there is one history which wo are in hopes tho Gen fault that a man possessed should bo dress R- - ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. tho matter which commands our serious atburied also. It ia cowardly and anyfi nor cent, of its assessed proporty, eral will some day give to the public thing but generous to parade and enlargo lection on tho water works question tention. Thero have been and are now through the press. upon the faults of one who is not preshas been postponed till tho assessment conflicts betwoun labor and capital, Long life to "HuppyJacK," wnom we ia BUfllcient to raise the amount neceswhich embarrass us in our efforts to ad met in Stanford. Though wo spilt what ent to vindicate them. We should revance our trade and commerce, which little blood wo had to spare on different member that after death the soul is in sary. m -- ANDwe cannot hope to accomplish unless Bides in the late contest, yet we earnest the hands of a higher and and more just will meet hla many pa-Db. Aitlsman these conflicts are reconciled, for we lv hoDe in tho boreafter to meet him in Tribunal than we can know, where evami others who wish to consult cannot expect to havo successful trade tho happy hunting ground, provided he ery fault must bo accounted for, where every good deed will reward. him, at tho Myers Houbo next Tuesday, abroad if we have such embarrassments should be so fortunate as to get mere. E,Tt Wo have no right to receive its know rv 'in. Tho doctor's practice is grow at homo. In my opinion the settlement judge, we Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. ing largor and larger each successive of this great difficulty can be had Nashville, Tenn., March 8, 1893. The nothing of the motives that influence anis remark- vialt and tho good he is doing through the friendly mediation of the Stockton Medicine Co., iaan vine, ienn., other, know nothing of the temptations Mr. James U1UD, oi jucn.inuey, government and I beliove that the time Gentlemen: I bad Sciatic unoumatlsm, ho meets, but one thing we do know, o.l with nervousness and insomand Mr. Matt McKInney, of Kidd'a is ripe for thia effort and that the masses combined weeks, and having heard of after death each soul receives justice. nia for six cases the doctor Store, a'ro two notable being cured of nearly Let us not wound the hearts of friends largely to his are looking to tho democratic party to ho many persons taking Stockton's Anti- left behind by unkind words against every disease by has treated and added undertake it as a part of its duties. try it and the result their dead. great reputation Another matter of deep concern to septic, I concluded to was wonderful. It gave me almost inyou is the proper administration of the five days I went to my Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. Look Forward, Not Backward. J. L. Wilson shot and killed Thomas government, in which incidentally aris- stant relief, and in pleasure in recomoffice. I take great county, Saturday. WilStockton's Antiseptic is a scientific remHuntln Gallatin question of taxation. We all want mending it. Respectfully yours, edy fully up with the progressive ago. n overseer on a county es the R. E. Morton, ho i son for Hunt's a good government and are willing to 321 i North College St. Don't bo discouraged, it is truly the conroad, bad sworn out a warrant pay for it, but, at the samo time, we of his worksale by A. R. Penny, druggists, queror of disease. For sale by A. R. For Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. arrest , tho latter being one Penny, Stanford. want an economical government. It has Stanford. aggressor. men. Hunt was the Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September first-rat- EEustonvillo, G'n-e- y; CENTRAL university r Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department Hop-klnsvil- lo fur-ni- sh Do you need any extras for your Stove Leave your order with name and number of your sto e and we can get what you want in t he or four days. Don't wait until cold weather.J M'KINNEY BROS. y g t? in-Be- et - mug-nltlco- re-bii- ltfi, ' Fancy Qroceries,Bread,Cakes?Fies Candies, Lunches,Fnits, &c, m CALL ON R.ZIMMER THE BAKER. y, 1,325-pou- nd A Good Meal for 25 Cts. BMW8, BOOK Compounded .: SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully W. Bo MoBOBERTS, ' ' i- - f T""j) "tu i.v . -- Vrf W - ' 't '" i. Snow fell in Pennsylvania and MasIk mentioning the towns that nro THEwithout tiro protection, the In and About sachusetts Saturday. l Henry Coleman, tho negro wlwnt Kentucky man of the includes Stanford, thoroby showing that temnted to assassinate Cant, bias by lea OctoijerS, 1893 he does not keep up with the procession. nt Midway, La., was lynched near BenStaniohd, Ky., Stanford has had no largo fire within tho ton. last year, and tho several smnll ones that Haggins Si Co., contractors on tho VV. P. WALTON. have occurred have either been extin- R N. I. & B. extension, havo failed and guished before they did much damage dire threats aro made against them by or were not allowed to spread. For 14 tho omployes. Is just whatthc people want and will have in spite of hades and high wnter, and they also just will have or 15 months Stanford has enjoyed the Bradatreet says thero wero 11,14 Hargains in in Dry Goods. Clothinr. Hoots. Shoes. Hats. etc.. which wc are civinrr to them in a. m.imicr best Bystem of water works of any town business failures throughout the United In fact, the theme of our low prices is being discussed almost as five times its size in Kentucky and it States, an increase of 51 per cent, as satisfactory to the most fastidious. company second to none in its compared with the corresponding period much in this section as is everywhere else the frequently occurring and has a fire promptness and efficiency. Since expe- last year, and 25 per cent, over 1S01. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. riencing their advantages our citizens A Portland, Me., man believes in goFor State Senator, would not do without the water works ing the wholo hog in the mattor of fail for several times their cost and each finds ures. J. U. AlKinsou, a lurnuure manHON. W. himself wondering how we ever gotalong ufacturer and dealer, assigned Saturday For Representative, before their erection. The reduction in with liabilities of $7O0,S0(J and assets of insurance in manv individual cases pays K703. HELM. the water rent, making it absolutely freo Milo Wilson shot his For Superintendent of Public Scrooli, to the consumer, who not only enjoys sweetheart. Ina Warman, at Williams. 9 NcCLARY. W. protection, but as the O.-- says, conven- burg, O , becauso her mother refused . WTf ttlt'n nn Avntl.a ni..l. ..... . t ience, health and cleanliness. .. wv.tiitiu siul-k-, and when a mob to let her marry him, tuiivenieuuy arranged, ana n you uon t Happen to see what you want, hang him heblew out his worth- just ask for it. We have it. Light and heavy Overcoats and elegant suits at astonishingly low figures. went to The convention at Danville, Saturday, The Louisville Sunday Bee is buzzing Come to see us and if wc don't convince you that we are the performed ita work promptly and well around the head of Congressman Breck- less brains. The tin and tern plate? manufacturW. H. Miller for inridge by nominating Hon. and inserting its sting without State Senator from this district. As as- regard to the pain it intlicts. It pro- ed in the United States under tho tariff the last fiscal year aggregasistant clerk ot the Legislature and n nounces him guilty, not entirely perhaps member of the constitutional conven- an charged, but guilty all tho same, and ted S,S12,GS1 pounds. Tho importations tion, Mr. Miller has had much experi- demands that he wipo out the disgrace upon which n high tariff was paid for ence in law making, and that with his ho has brought on his district and State the benefit of tho manufacturers of the knowledge of the law and its needs will by immediately resjgning and hiding email output of American goods, wero 011,940,9S0 pounds. make him a most valuable member. In himself from public gaze. Bro. Finley Tho Birmingham, Ala., murderer, 1 hen no orher firm need try to assume that attitude. We sell Dress Ginghams at ' .c. worth ioc- all the positions that he has held, and shouldn't ask too much. Unless the coloWm. Befl, in whose stead an innocent 25c, worth 50c; Ladies' Hoods 50c, worth 75c; Misses Hoods 30c, worth '50c, Ladies,'black they embrace quite a number, he dis- nel clears his skirts his people will retire man was to have been executed in De wool Hose 25c, woith 40c; Ladies' heavy winter Undervests 25c, worth .joe; Ladies' Merino charged their duties faithfully and earn him in due time and effectively. Vests at cember, went to Memphis after commit- 50c, worth 75c. Yard wide Domestic plaudits of the people. His do ed the worth Oft c; Ladies' Dongolia Kid Shoe Si, worth Si. 'so. mocrncy is of the right kind and wo tako c( -- e It is nearly two months since Con ting his crime and was erected deacon in Men s Hudkeland Crccdmore Shoe 75c. worth Si. 2;: Men's all wool Shirt i it that ho will receive an undivided sup- gress was convened in extraordinary ses- a church. Ho was shot and killed while 90c to $7; Comforts 50c to Sj. A full line of Ladies' Jackets and Cloaks from $2 to S25. port and be triumphantly elected. The sion and still the weary silvor debate stealind chickens and his identity die- district is rather close and the demo- goes on in the Senate. Stewart, he Ne- closeg. crats will have to stand together as they vada silver mine owner, has made -- 1 Tho inauguration of direct steamship : always do if worthy of the name. AN epeechos and promises 21 more to pre- lines between Newport News, Va.t and most before he had recoived the con- vent tho repeal of tho Sherman bill. Port Royal, S. C, and European ports A. VRBANSKY. gratulations of his friends Mr. Miller had Meanwhile the country is looking to tho is the realization of two dreams old begun to organize his forces and get democratic majority for relief. Let Sen- enough to celebrate their centennials. J. W. Smith, of Garrard, sold in ready for an aggressive fight, which ho ator Voorhees see that it is not disp Eight huge freight steamors nro employed proposes to win, and that he will do so pointed or retire from tho leadership. thero being a weekly Louisville last week 10 hogsheads of toin tho two lines, we have no doubt, no matter whom the eorvice at Newport News and n semi- bacco at Gc to lie. Miss Pollard is determined that in- monthly sorvico nt Port Royal. Tho It is claimed that J 100,000 went into republicans nominate. Reports from the terest in her shall not flag. The latest South is slowly but Burely coming into the pool box on tho great free for all race Hcacquarters for other counties of the district aro very nt the Chicago meeting. favorable and Lincoln county will do her report is that she has entered a House, of her own. Louisville Times. Billy Perrin, of Fayette, lost seven best for a son who has always Eerved her Mercy at Washington, a homo for fallen Thomas Vandike, who seduced Miss creditably and satisfactorily. Put old women, and will engage in missionary Amanda Evans in Marion county and fine colts and fillies by fire. They wero work. Her enemies say that she is pre ran off when her father tried to force valued at $7,000; no insurance. Lincoln down for 500 majority. paring to adopt the stage as a profession, him to marry her, was caught at JackS. M. Owens is buying wheat for a The Louisville city council was guilty depending principally on the notoriety sonville, III., and brought back. Tho mill at Sweetwater, Tenn., and has 10 Of all kinds. The most complete line of of a costly piece of demagogy the other that her 550,000 damage suit against Col. at Lebanon Friday, when ceivud a good deal. He is paying 55c cose was called night. The mechanics brought from the Breckinridge and the advertisement her to the surprise of every one Vandike for No. '2 wheat. East claimed that they bad bcon induc- unchastity, will bring her. Notwithstanding the complaint of expressed his willingness to marry tho ed to come by false representations of liscarcity of hogs in this county, tho usual girl. She was willing, a marriage NEWSY NOTES. the L. & N.'s agents, and on finding the cense was procured and in a few mo- amount is being fed, so Bays a man who Hvcr in Stanford. Trices according to the times. real state of affaire had declined taking Five negroes wero hung from ono ments Vandike was released from the U in position to know. places of the striking shopmen. Tbey Si Co., R. the As agent of John W. Poor custody of the court and turned over to scafibld Friday, at Mt. Vernon, Ga. were without inonoy and wanted tickets custody of the woman ho had wrong- A. Burnsido bought in this county 5,000 Sentenced to exile in Liberia, a Rus- tho to return homo on. There were 110 of bushels of wheat at 51c. ft was loaded sian officer drew a revolver and shot ed. them and an order was made directing Siturday to he Bhipped to Newpott death. the mayor to buy the tickets at the ex- himself to LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. News. The coroner's jury found that Amos I want to reduce my large stock of pense of the city. It was a clear cose of Keono's Domino broke tho world's Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Chief Hamilton, who wasbadly hurt meddling where it bad no business and Thompson, who was killod at Greenwood and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the record for six furlongs at Morris park, met his death at the bands of Hiram last week, continues to improve and we stock. of imposing a tax on the people without pounds up, doing it Saturday, with Martin. are glad to say is ablo to be out again. Ladiesj watches former price $50 now 540.00; just warrant, simply to curry favor with in 1:01) flat, J of a second better than any Miss Sallie Price, chief clerk in the Eld. Jas. L. Allen, of Danville, Ladies' watches former price S35 now S27.00'; a class. previous time. Louisville pension office, has been dis- preached at the Presbyterian church on Ladies' watches former price $25 now Si 7.50! Tho Kentucky Association has de Hon. John Bottb, of Shelby, was told missed for duplicating a pension receipt, Sunday evening to a largo congregatian. fall races oil at Lexington on Solid Silver Spoons, that it was loaded, but he wouldn't be- which she had lost. Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the Eld. Jaa. L. Allen has been tempo- clared its Christian account of the proposed indefinite exlieve it. He asked an endorsement of Ono hundred and fourteen deaths rarily engaged to preach at tho : his record in the Legislature, for which from cholera are reported to have occurr-re- d church the first Sunday in each month. tension of the meeting tit Latonia. Tho : will be held ad usual. bodv he said he had no apologies to on board tho mail steamer, Carlo R. The pupils of tho publicschool went Louisville races The Lancaster Record Bays that This sale will be made for CASH. enmake, but he found to his sorrow that from Santos, Brazil, to Sardinia. Uring the money along with you. 19 the country Saturday morning to A. M. Boone sold to II. A. B. Marksbury Geo. P. Gulliou, a cousin of the edi- joy a picnic, but had to como back on the people thought otherwise, for they his crop of 1,300 busholsof wheat at 55c nominated Newton Bright, a farmer, tor of the Carrollton Democrat, has been account of the rain. It was tho high grade Kveritt and was over him by a large majority. There nominated for the Legislature in the disAbout 10 couples attended the hop U. It. KING. conceded to be tho best crop raipod in will bo few members in the next Legis- trict composed of Carroll and Gallatin. Gl OKGK n. IKKWITT. at the Mason Hotel Friday evening givthe county. Tho yield was '20 bushels river Tho Michigamme broke en in honor of Misses McGregor, of lature who served in tho last, and none will be there who have tho temerity to through the roof of the Mansfield iron Louisville, and Bacon, of Lexington, who to the acre. W. R. Allen wrote that he would uphold its course. Mr. Botla was old mine near Crystal Falls, Mich., Thurs- are the guests of Miss Ellen G. Owsley. resi- give more for a bay colt by Kremlin, MORELAND, KY., enough to have known better, but he is day night and 23 miners were drowned. Mr. E. W. Harris has sold his We have opened up a nice line ol perhaps not an exception to the rule, The official report shows that there dence to Dr. Phillips, of Kirksville, and 2.07, out of Sunol, '2:QS, than for a colt cases at Mun-ci- will move his family to Louisville, where bred in any other way and Robert Bonthat of all fools the old fool is the big- have been 121 small-pogest. Ind., 11 resulting in death, 65 cured, he wil resido in tho future. Dr. Phil- ner replied: "I would not for a moment think of breeding Sunol before giving Judge Cantkill decided an important 32 convalescent and 13 now being treat- lips will move to Lancaster to practice her an opportunity to lower her record." ed. his profession. case Saturday in which the State banks William Moreland ha3 bought in We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could The Russian steamship, Kotyek, ar Col. L. F. Hubble has sold the Pet are interested. The county of Franklin tbis county in tho last few weeks 700 fat the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots rived at San Francisco with a most valoflico to Mr. T. U. Morfrom them brought Buits to recover taxes ' uable cargo of sealskins between 30,000 ris, of Nicholasville. Mr. Morris is an hogs at from 4J to oj. He paid 0 cents which enables us to make very low prices. Salt Si. 50. but the judge decided that the constitu- and 40,000 and for a few extra good ones. He also Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save vou valued at a half million experienced newspaper man and comes tion was not and did not s of lambs at 2c, and money. Ho will tako bought '2 dollars. highly recommended. repeal the Hewitt law; that the banks 25 head of butcher cattle nt 1 to cents. Uft'Wc are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. a brother of Indianh's charge this week and continue to pubJohn Turple, properly paid their taxes to the Auditor Mr. Moreland snys that the Cincinnati We have 11 yearling Southdown Bucks and 18 Buck Lambs all junior Senator, mourned bb dead for 25 lish the paper. for the year previous to 1S92 and that hog market is about 35 cents lower thin thoroughbred, for sale. ' years, and an absence of 40 years, has Uoyle A Ball have commenced tho for 1S93 the state board of valuation, first of last week, but the cattle market returned to Indianapolis a rich man from erection of a largo carriage shop on the KXETC & under the new revenue law, should is from 10 to 15 cents stronger. the Pacific slope. old seminary lot near the depot. They make the assessment and not the county The Auditor has figured out that tho will hayo charge of the blacksmith work Queen Si Crescent Routo and Louis officers. He therefore found in favor of cost of punishing crime in this State for and Mr. O. C. Cook will do tho painting. villo Southern R. R. : the banks. The case will be taken to year ending ! ! June 30, was $150,000. In the Mr. Cook has been here some time lead- Excursions to Texas, Arkansas and Indithe court of appeals. same year Kentucky paid out for her ing tho band and will locate permanent- an Territory via Now Orleans or Shrevo-porCo.ngrkssman Bkeckiniiidoe spoke for charities $4S2,774. ly. Ho is an experienced carriago and October 10, 1S93. Tickets on salo Walnut anc Oak Hight-DaClocks, 52.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks The reorganization of the Kentucky sign painter. the repeal of the Federal election bill 75c. via Louisville or Cincinnati. Tickets good Prices knocked silly on National Bank, Louisville, hs been comto 20 dnyB for return. Mr. Wm. Eason has returned the other day in a manner that showed will bo that his silvery tongue had lost none of pleted, Mr. Jacob S. Bockbeo being se- Birmingham. J. Josoph is back from allowed generally by Texas lines on tho its cunning. It was an ablo effort, which lected for the presidency, and the doors the cities where he has been purchasing going passage. Call on agents for inforcoods. He also took in the World's mation. O. II. Woodwoll, D. P. A., Louwas liberally applauded during its deliv- wero opened yesterday. to isville, Ky.; II. C. Shaw, T. P. A., CinJohn Gritton, aged 10 years, tho son Fair. Miss Bessie BubIi left ery, the speaker receiving an ovation at of J. O. Gritton, a of Bpend the winter in Atlanta. Miss An- cinnati, O.; W. O. Rinoarson, G. P. A., farmer its close. He exhibited no signs of worAnd anything in my line. Don't forget the place, Cincinnati, O. ry and if Miss Pollard's $50,000 suit caus- Anderson county, fatally shot his moth- nie Royston returned Friday from m I I'crhaps some of our readers would like to know Miss Mattie Brown is visiting in ed a single wave of trouble to roll across er by tho accidental discharge of a pistol in what respect Chamberlain' CoueIi Remedy is which ho was loading. Indianapolis. Mrs. May Gill and Miss- Loiter than any other. We will tell you. When bis peaceful breast he did not show it. li The Court of Appeals holds that es Kate and Lillian Kinnalrdcamo homo this remedyand taken atIticon as a cold has In been th before has become settled contracted of mineral rights in lands must Saturday from the World's Fair. Mr. system, it will counteract the effect ol the cold Come and get the best goods for the least money, and The quick work of the Mt. Vernon owners bring the cash and greatly lessen its severity, anil it is the only with you. court in sentencing for life tho negro pay a tax on their property separate and D. M. Lackey and daughter, Miss Jen- remedy that will uo tins it net in periect with nature and aids nature in relieviuz the murderers of the Arabian peddler, in distinct from that paid by tho owner of nie, left Saturday for Chicago. Mr. Helm, lungs, opening the secretions, liquefying the mutho surface of the land proper. of Lexington, and Mr. Dillehay, of Dan- cus and causing its expulsion from the air cells of less than a week after the commission of the lungs and restoring the system to a strong and Tho Hon. R. N. "Wathen, of Marion, ville, who visited Mr. Kirk Kirby, re- healthy condition No other remedy in the marthe crime, is to be commended. The properties. No MiBS Lizzio ket possesses these remarkable death penalty ought to have been in- defeated Hon. U. P. Cooper for tho Sen- turned home Saturday. other will cure a cold so quickly. ate in the loth district and Dr. W. W. Wherritt, of Richmond, is tho guest of For sale by W II. Mc Roberts, Druggist, Stanflicted, however, and a mob would have ford. done it had not the sheriff sneaked the Cleaver carried Marion county for tho Mrs. J. E. Stormes. "During my terra of service in the army I conprisoners off and taken them to Frank legislature over L. O. Rawlings. tracted chronic dlarrhiea," says A. K. Iltndmg, of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Judge Cantrill reverses the findings by an unusual route. fort Halney, Oregon "Since then I have used a great MY amount of medicine, but when I found any that of his Master Commissioner, showing would give me relief they would injure my stom"V. B. Machen, who was Arion trotted a half in 1:011 at Terre ach, until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and United that the State owes Mason & Foard 0 Remedy was brought to my notice. I used States Senator from Kentucky by apand gives a judgment for $14,000 Haute. it and will say it thconly remedy that gave me bought in Rockcastle permanent reilet is no bad results fallow." and John Holmes pointment and filled the oflico for three against the convict labor contractors. Ior salo by W. I). McRoberts, Druggists, months, died in the Hopkinsvillo Insane The directors of the Louisville and a lot of feeders at Kv. Goods arc- mi Asylum Saturday, where he had been Nashville R. R. Co. have adopted a res! have a few more Southdown bucks Uucklln'a Arnica Salve. recently confined. He was 84 years olution providing that "in view of divers for Bale and will also Bell a few ewes. J. The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapold and during his long life filled many negotiations that are pending," it be E. Bruce. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup important offices of honor and trust, al- recommended to tho stockholders to inR. A. Burnside, of Garrard, sold 7 tions and positively cures piles, or do pay requirIt is piv. ways with credit to himself and to tho crease the capital stock $5,000,00, mak- hogsheads of tobacco in Louisville at an ed. moneyguaranteed to l'rico perfect satisfaction refunded, 15 cents per box. or of his constituency. by A. R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. satisfaction v0r sale ing tho tota.1 amount $00,000,000. average of 10. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal -- Courier-Journa- HERMAN SILVER BILL 6 OB 8 PAGES. lE-VER'- FRIDAY. H. MILLER. HARVEY Terrible ..v...v. Disasters. . F. J. -- ? 1 y Friends oft he People ; Fas-cinator- s .c, -- m,i,... THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. W. H. WEAREN & CO. STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS HEATING . STOVES Great Clearance Sale. -3 SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. KING & PRE WITT. Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u. x e, Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Record-H- omestead car-load- FHEWITT. Homo-Seeker- CYCLONE REDUCTIONS t, y Stop-over- s to-da- y Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, well-know- n Chi-cig- o. Danks, The Jeweler, nnr-mo- $12,-00- Diar-rhii- ra Stan-or- d, goods FALL -- uxriErw 8 -- WINTER All In. Come and See. H. J. McROBERTS. . -- liMsasi,,-- V . - J!Wlt.l ".-fr w As. 1 ,iuEJ , rfe.--" Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourml - Nkw cnntllca Ht A. A. Wnrren'e. Skk list of new farms advertisod Millor ifcSowdor. by CHURCH AFFAIRS. w and comply strictly with Tiik supposed diphtheria patients are next. Important subjects are to he the lnw prohibiting Stindny work. convalescent and the senre is about brought up nnd every member should Mn. J. S. IIl'ndlkv, of Marion, is up , . over. Tho report that the college had be there to hear them. on a visit to friunds. laws passed by tho Inst Legisla- suspended is untrue. Prof. All A noto from Rev. A. S. Moflett says, Hubbard Miss IIkllk Livimiston, of Knnaiifl. is ture without tho emergency clause, go has kept in consultation with the doc- thnt ho and family are very pleasantly visiting Mrs. J. 0. McUlary. into effect to day, including tho separate all along that Bituated in their new home at Lexington, Mn. and Mrs. J. W. Uout have mov- coach, prohibiting barber shops from tors, who have told him there was no danger of a spread of the Mo., haying met a most cordial receped to tho hotiHU vacated by W. G. Itaney. opening Sundays, itc. disease. tion. His church is a new one, recently Mn. J. W. Smith, of Paint Lick, took dedicated, nnd seats 500. Tho outlook iB Mim. Uettik Ponyiiakkii has posted Mary's his son, Herbert, to school at St. Tiik court of claims mot yesterday encouraging. "I shall always cherish notices that sho will apply for liquor last week. with Judge Varnon and thu following pleasant recollections of my four ye.it b and T. license beforu tho county court next justices present: G. D. Smiley, G. P. C. M. Jo.nd). nnd sons. 0. DAY AFTER DAY BRINGS US in Stanford." W., and H. K. Gaines started to Chicago Monday to rutail in Kingnvillo. Ilright, W. L. Dawson, K. B. Caldwell, Tho general minutes of the Methoyesterday. Tub entertainment to bo iriven by the Jr., John Bailey, W. A. Coffey, Win. dist Episcopal Church, South, for 1S92 room Dii. L. H. Cook will occupy tho Hoy wood Celebrities nt Wnlton'B Opera Leach, A. 0. Carman, L. B. Adams, J. T. show that there.are in the church 1,305,-71- 5 ou Ijincaster street vncsUetl by Mrs. Au- House. uuxt'Saturday evening will be tho Brown, II. T. N'owland ond S. F. members, an increase of 39,153. nit) Itrucu. The amount of claims allowevent of tho season. Secure your tick There are 5,3G3 traveling preacherB 343 Mn. W.T. Shout nnd wife, of Paint eU at W. II. McUoborts' drug store on- ed was between 510,000 and $11,000 were admitted on trial during the year. Lick, hnvo been tho fiesta of Mr. 0. 1). about the same ns lost year. The pay of ly 75 cents. Tiie number of infant baptisms has The people shall not suffer for Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Powell and family. .. teams was increased to $1.75 a day. By MlSSKH JEAN, M.MKIU AND KVA UfCII- Satciiday's Cincinnati Kinjuirer gives n vote of 7 to (J $1,000 n mile, wns sub- grown in pace with the church, having Hats, or anything in our line. Notwithstanding the hard times, asan, of Crab Orchard, urn visiting another chapter in the life of unfortu- scribed for the 2J miles ef pike betweeu reached last year 33,719 with 00,394 adMiss Ivssio Hurcli. nate Mnry Craig. Sho was in tho city Kliu'flvillo und the Stanford and Waynes-bur- ult baptisms. Tho number of children wo.s 754,223. in Sunday-schooMn. V. F. McClaiiy nnd son, Forrest, hospital dressing tho babe sho had givpike. and Misa Ltllio McClary returned from en birth to by tho man who had so cruTho brakomun and switchman on Tiik collision on tho L. As N which thu World's Fair yesterday. elly deceived and desertod her, when it the 0. 0. A S. W. havo struck against a J trims Saitlky and Commonwealth's rolled from her lap and falling to thu occurred jiiBt before wo went to press And see the good time approach. Money getting plenty everywhere. reduction of 10 percent, in wngeH. ' Attorney Owsley went to HnrrodsburK floor fractured its skull nnd died in n few Thursday evening, proved more disaB , Don t let them Firo uid about 530,000 damaeo to Country Hanks sending it to Louisville to loan. yesterday to login thu court there. minutes. It was nt tlrst thought thnt it trotis than thu meagre reports obtainable stock and other property of the Standard but bring it to us and buy some cheap goods to, comfort the Mim T. 11 Chow dub, who has been was a caao of infanticide, hut u coroner's at that time. It occurred at the mouth Oil Co. in Louisville. It was Btarted of tunnel No. 7, a mile or so beyond Hup investigation proved otherwise. body. We have bought many goods during the panic for cash at visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. 0. by three tramps. Har.el Patch, in county, and wbb ley, returned to her homo at Purkaville Tho Louisville Jockey Club will not panic prices and we intend to give our customers the benefit of them. W1111.U Kov. W. A. Slaymaker wbb in caused by the conductor and engineer on Sunday. hold a meeting in Louisville this fall. Come and examine before buying. Lift up your heads and don't go Mn. W.T. KiciiAiiDflos and wife were the midst of n disquisition Friday night the passenger train, No. 23, Charles K. Tho executive committee of the club de- through life on Sunday's train bound for their home the tire alarm sounded and ono of his Turner nnd 0. 0. Wright, forgetting cided Saturday to run the races over the at Cor hi n. They were retiming from a hearers seeing thu direction of the light their orders to pass freight train "0 at Latonia course. cried out that it was her daughter's Hazel Patch. It was the regular passing trip to Cincinnati. W. Hiion piueed yester- house and broke for the door followed point, but the freight was late and the Miia. Clko ri'EWADVEimSEME.VTS. day en routo to louisvillu und Indian by most of tho congregation. Tho preach- passenger went on to destruction. They apolit to purchnsu a stock of fall and er recognizing thnt it was easier to met on tho bridge near the mouth of tho The light is breaking everywhere, especially with us. Come and Tho place speak against a brass baud than n fire tunnel nnd iva the freight wns hastening HOttSE-SHOEINto irct your winter millinery. let us show it to you. You can afford to buy our goods with e ar."' done li baik of Ycautr l Amo.no tho Lincoln county people who good at redly gave up thu ellort and to reach the passing point und running stable. Alto all kiadi of wagon and buiri?v wheat money. We have made prices to correspond with the low Give me a call. J. G AIJKINS, took in tho Danville convention wero with the crowd went to tho conflagra- down grade the crash was terrific. Both m Stanford, Ky. prices of farm products. engines wero demolished and 11 cars Dr. J. T. Ilolion, K. W. Smith, T. W. tion. Geer nnd G. C. Keller, Jr. Wiiibky Skllkiuj. Deputy Marshal were dashed over the bridge. Kxpress Metsenger J. J. Kelley, of Louisville, Mn. and Miis. T. J. Fobteh wero cnll- - William Stringer, of London, was ou the was instantly killed. Ilia neck was broa dispatch Louisville Having secured the services of Miss Mattie Al "Isil to Loulhvillo Friday by train Sunday with live tough , len irom mcmnatl as trimmer lor this which told of thu eerioiiH illness of Mr. looking clutracters. They wero Neal ken and n bolt was driven into his head. cordially l invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully Tom Ryau, also of Louisville, fireman selected stock of Millinery at prices to suit the Foster's sister, Mrs. Tnlton Kmbry. Moore, of Jackson. Batch Collins nnd on 23, was caught between tho engine timei. The Misses Webster, of Indianapolis, have Dress Making Dii. J. I. VanAiibdalk has moved his MissSallio Arnold, of Rockcastle, James and tender and the lower part of his charge of tho servo tne ladles.Department and arc now ready 10 family into tho Pennington property on Allen, of Whitley, nnd Ben MISS Llttlfc HMLtV, Boiling, of body mashed to a pulp. John Gorman, Dealers In- Stanford, Ky. Hast Main street. Dr. and Mra. G. W. Clay. All wero illicit whisky dealers brakemunon satno train, was hurt in the Into tho property and wero being Urouaugh will inovo taken to for shoulder and had his lungs badly I the doctor vacated. trinl. Misa Arnold la totally blind, but squeezed. Several passengers wero I Mies Kllkn OwHt.cr, of Iincaster, and her reputation as a disponaer of will offer at public outcry in front of court- red house in Stanfuid, on her guests, Misses Klennor lt.icon, of liquor is known far and near. One of slightly injured; James Tevis, of G. W. Kulmert, of Bristol, Lexington, and Chastinu McGregor, of thu men had been in bed sick for n Tdiin., being hurt in the hands. Mail MONDAY, OCT. 9, 1893 several year or more nuil looked Louisville, enmo over and spent as if iti thu last Clerk Charles K. DiIx)sier was also in- Tho follow tij; described property I family horse days with Misfes Mattio and Linda Owa-- J since of consumption, hut ho is horse ly Wallace Denmark bad jured, but we are glad to report, not se- combineil, 3 No. t brood mares, lilly colt by sam Harris ley, at their hnndsoino country residence, one, Mr. Stringer informed us, and has horse, a :so. vilk cows and calves, and wero thu recipients of great atten- sold more whisky in tho last live years riously. Tho engineer of tho freight, Ar- wagon and harness, a lot of tannine tocls, one machine, Household and Kitchen FurniSee Our Large and Splendid Line Of thur Pearce, was very badly used up. Ho sewing lots tion from tho young men who pronounce than any man in the mountains. It is a ot corn in the field. The sale will besutlered n compound frncturo of tho ture, 10 a in , sharp. gin at them an unusually lovely trio. claimed Hint ho kept the "stutP' in nnd kueu cap, his right nnn was months' hurt nnd, ho Terms of ale will be six with time with in from be under his bed nnd wsw selling it a year wns cut and bruised all over. He wns tcrcst before date. Notesremoved,iiltcrrst mustpaymade and made property is CITY AND VICINITY. able nt the Farmers Hank V Trust Co., Stanford. orso before it was found out, even by brought to his home at Rowland nnd is Any erson desiring to buy any of the above his nearest nciuhbnrs. Mixed spleen nt A. A. Warren's. mentioned property privately can do so by calling doiug well. Conductor Js . Elmore on ite undersigned at Slantord M. E. COX. was slightly hurt aud so wns Brukemnn T111: old story of thu cry of "Wolf!" Jt Pay your account. A. R. Penny. X H. SOWDER when thoru was no wolf in sight and thu Dishon. Thu wonder is Hint the fatali- W II MILLKK. J. Lowbst prices. Dunks, the Jeweler. carelessness of tho shepherds when the ties were not greater considering tho & SOWDER, MILLER cry for a real wolf was made had its point of tho collision. It was 15 hours Nkwkht uoods. Danks, the Jowuler. 1 SfS5T TT T beforu trains could pass and traliic was counterpart here Friday night. It wns for that leucth of time suspended. It ia Articles. Dauks, the Jeweler. Stylish arranged to have a false tiro alarm soun-duin order to see how quickly the tiro strange indeed how four men could have Is Kecoiving His Doalors and Brokers, Tiik people's Jewelry store is Danks's. company would respond. Tho result forgotten orders. Thu rule lequirea thnt - KENTUCKY STANFORD, : Nick broiling beet nt Farris & Har- whb very gratifying, tho boys being at tho coddnctor shall rend them to tho rear brukeninn nnd the engiuecr to his Oilico Interior Journal Building. their posts und hurrying for tho supposdin's. ed lire in nn incredible short spaco of tlreiunu. All weru old men ou the road, KvKiiYTHlxu in tho jowelry lino chenp SALE. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed: Give me call. time. Ou boing informed of the real too, Capt. Turner having been with it for cash at Penny's. r Kino Ulue Grass Farm ol 333K acres on pike facts they returned tho apparatus to the since tho war nnd Engineer Wright .. and finely imprveu shoes just oncine houso and went away. In a few since 1S7(. Turner has had other troubXkw lotof Zeigler bootsand minutes a real alarm sounded nnd some les, but it is thu tlrst that Wright wr s at a. Farm of 100 acres, finely Improved. OiTerod received at S. H. Shanks'. low pnci " ,! of thu boys, remarking that they could over in. Ho is terribly cast down' nnd 100 acres suburban property, t,'00 J land, can re i Nkw lino of cooking stoves just not bo fooled but onco in ono night, re- seems to realize that ho is tho cause of be divided into to.vn lots; good house. ceivod nt Farris it Hnrdin's. the horrible disaster. mained where thoy weru till they found Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st.; wareroom, paint ... 4. Fine Ulue Grass Farm, excellently improved, on pike, 103 acres and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. ntock of school hooka und school it was a sure enough call. Thu conseFull MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. quence wna that it was some time before Good 5. Farm of 141 acres, near R. K. station. supplies nt W. B. McRoberU'. blue grass land; small tenant house. .. tho reels wero gotten to tho Rowland G. W. Stokely, 10, nnd Misa Lula nee thnt lino of hunting lire, but tho hook and ladder boys were Rice, IS, wero married in Clark county 6. A farm of 310 acres; moknrately improved Call nnd and well located near pike. Offered at a great at W. H. Wenreint Co.'ti before ready thnt time and in six minutes hud the other day. stoves bargain. We guarantee 3rSign Work, artistic and plain. A specialty. huying. the ladders on the building to Mr. Georgo Lindeubergor, of LouisA share of patronage solicited. work to give satisfaction. 7. niue Grass 1'ariu of 132 acres, on pike. Is save it from tho flames across tho way. ville, who first married a daughter of fairly Improved. . Tiik people are getting great bargains CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky Hon. Harrison Bailey, was united to S to 13. Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit at Penny'B in watches, clocks, jewelry Fhik broke out in thenew store of Albert Mrs. Addie Stewart, of the same city last purchasers. and silverware. acres of knob land witn houso, QUARTERLY KEFORT KENTUCKY'S 15. Thirty-twHomtuel, at Rowland, about S:;iO, Friday week. on pike, 5j miles from Stanford. A cottage of three rooms, night und it wiis soon in a mnsaof flames. Foil Rknt. John C. Spradlin, of Knoxvlllo, and BANK & TRUST CO. FARMERS e aero 17. kitchen andcollnr, wtth good cistern; sit- A keg of powder exploded with terrific MrB. SuBan Shanks, of Rowland, wero mill, dwelling and other fine farm wit'i exce'len improvements, on pike, AT STANFORD, uated on Iaucoater street. Inquire at force shortly altar tho tiro was discover- made ono by Rev. A. V. Sizemore Satur- 4 miles from Stantord. (Ky. T. II. It. Asso. Incorporated.) 18. Splendid villie farm, orchard, store, Sec. , At the close of business Sept. 23, 1S93. ed and this prevented any cllbrt to save day night. Tho bride ia a daughter of at a great bargain, Higgins As Watts' coal olhce. anything. Tho firo company fiotn Stan- tho late Hiram Dudderar. Thoy will go gal. Farm ol 160 acres, i;ood land, on pike. A Without a doubt Dauka the Jeweler ford responded to tho alarm and went to to Kuoxville to live. RESOURCF.S. dood bargain at $J,scO. Easy terms, quick tale newest, neatest nnd nobbiest has tho csired. .$198,631 60 Loans and Discount Oct. 7 to 14, inclusive, 1S93. the scene, but as there was no plug in Tho marriage of Miss Georgio Barnes, 3,644 aS lino of wntchca, jewelry, etc, in Stan- half a mile it could do no good and Large blue crass farm, capable ot division Overdrafts the daughter of Evangelist Geo. O. Barnes into smaller farms. Desirable in every nartiou Due from Trust Companies, State and ford. Prices to suit the people. building aud stock, valued ut about lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. to Mr. Edwnrd M. Duncan was duly National Hanks 31.10: 7 -: Hanking house and Lot.- wns burned, together with tho 5,50000 My ngenta nru not nuthorized to colat Lexington, Kov. W. Ci' 15. ror exchange for Kentucky property-iC800 co Furniture and Fixtures good land in Kansas. Well located. please blacksmith shop of George Holmea near Barnes reading the beautiful marriage cres lect money nnd my customers will Stocks and llonds 75a 00 JOHNSON'S pay no money uuless thoy havo n writ- by. Mr. Ilommel had left the store but service of tho Episcopal church. Mr. 1S5 59 Taxed paid The $5,000 Futurity Stake, tho a few minutes before the tiro and was and Mra. Duncan will reside in LexingMAGNETIC OIL! Current expenses 39a 87 ten order from mo. J. W. Adams, Instant Killer ol Pain. Saturday, Oct. 7. A unable to get back to save tho $70 in ton for the present aud Mr. Duncan will Cash 15,73 93 Rowland. coal dealer at Internal and Extornal. money thnt ho had left there. He had continue to work on his father's papr, Care HIIEUM.VTI3M. NKUBAL- $.79 M The Si 2, 500 Stallion RepP1I1MUP.1H u.cvr, Ulil, l.aiU7 TtniiKis LuMiiKii. I will soil to the had his stock insured that afternoon in tho Press. .Swelling, Stilt Joint, COLIU and LIAI11L1TIES. bridgo at UKAMlts in'ianny. unoiera ainrresentative Stake, hiuhest nnd best bidder nt tho Royal for $500, takiiig a receipt for $100,000 00 im, uroup.uiptneria, noro 1 oroai, Capital stock paid in, in cash .... . tho HEADACHE, as It by magic. Surplus ai.ooo 00 10 o'clock Tuesuay, uciuuor o.u, money, but tho policy had not been Mo., Herald says: "On tho Tub Columbia, Monday, Oct. 9. Dix river Undivided profits J,on 55 written. It is generally supposed that Monday oveaing Hoywood'a Celebrities THE HORSE BRAND, the lumber taken out of tho subject to check, (on which the rarwt Powerful und Penetrating I.lnluiMit f or Jinn Deposits The ,$5,000 Transylvanian Stake, bridge. D.W.Vaudoveer.Pres. tho tiro caught from the Hue, but Mr. was the attraction. This company gavo or Uwut la existence. Large f 1 tUo 75c., 60c alze 10c Interest is not paid) i'3.J9 JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. Tuesday, Oct. 10. Due to banks 3,5:0 49 Southorn Hommel is satisfied that a Bpark from a a program of literary, musical and Medicated and Toilet, The Great Skin Cura and Hills The Q. & 0. and IxiuiBville o 5, n most to Lexington, train sot it. Tho houso was the samo dramatic features, a combination of tal- Face Benutlfler. Ladles will find it Knap tickets will sell round-trion The Great Elmore used for a storo in ent iu which every performer was n star. delicate andIt highly perfumed Toilet $J56,79 4 tho market. is absolutely pure. Makes the Cincinnati, Louiavillo and nil points that J. E. from restores the lot com- Wednesday, Oct. 11. B.Owsley do swear that the above Darsttown aud it was taken thither on It is an ezcollent company und its per- skin soft andavelvety and tho I, John Oct. 0 to 11 I" luxury for Bath for Infanta, best of my knowledi;oand in Kentucky and Tennessee, the rollers. Mr. Ilommel says he was do- formance deserves much compliment. filexloni Itching, cleanups 25c. realp and promotes statement Is true to the U. OWsLEY, Cashier. of tho trotting J. belie!. Forguleby Half Rate) on all railroads. Ladies free first day at one fare, on account rushing business and will resume Tho soprano was particularly good. At the growth of hair. Price Sworn to before me by J. H. Owsley, this Sep. For full programme write Call on agents for particulars ing a meeting. El A. TIPTON, Sec'y. W. M. HRICHT, N. P. L. C. 38, 1893. ne soon as he can do eo. Walton's Opera Houso, Oct. 7. A. If. PENNY, Kinearaon, G. P. A.,incinnati. W 0. Fair. Dii. S. G. Hock Kit is having the raised Theological Seminary opened with a full Ocronr.n 3, 1893 10th. Stankokd, ICy., floor in the rear part of the Bourne store faculty nnd bright prospects yesterday. Tho Protestant Episcopal Council to room placed on n level with the front David Howa Ki), of Crab Orchard, has nnd excavating for a room still further in be held in San FrHiicisco, commencing E. C. Walton, Business Manager obtained nn increuseof pension ns n Mex- the rear. Oct. 22, will be the first general church . ican soldier. gathering hold on the Pacific coast. Wishing to quit business, I ofler my Tho members of the Christian MEANS BU81HES8. A soakino rain fell Saturday nnd Sun stock of goods for sale. I have advantawill meet nt tho Presbyterian day and yesterdny was fair and very ges that no other house in town can ofUt'Y your bcIiooI hooks nml school hup church next Wednesday night, after wnrm. Cooler Tuesday it the predic- fer. Call nnd seome if vou want to purplica of nil kimlfl nt A. II. I'unny'H. services, for tho purpose of organization. chase. A. A. Warren. clockH and jowelry rcpairutl tion for Watciiks, The protracted meeting at Pleasant . ami wnrrniitcil. KiiRmviinr n specialty, Grove church, conducted by Klder Ken-dricT. L. Siiklto.v has again taken charge ifc X. seems to have gained its Thu L. at A. It. I'enny'H. of Danville, closed with sixteen of his hotel nt Rowland and J. W. Car- point in the strike of its shopmen, which Tiik Hoiln wattT syrups at A. K. Pen- rier, who hap been running it, has open- Is virtually at an end. At least the com- ndditionB. He wns assisted by J. L. Al' am inatlu with puru (rtiit juices and ny ed a restaurant at that plncu. aru delightful. Try them. pany claims to have as many men at len. Ijinnaster Record. . Rev. W. K. Arnold wishea to have Tub barber shops proprietors ask us work ns it needs and is not disturbing every member of thu Methodist church PERSONAL POINTS. to say that thoy will keep opon till mid- itself about tho strikers. present at the morning services Sunday Mus, W. P. TatkIs" at tho World's night Saturdny Kn-deavto-da- Kembmurk tlmt Dr. Apiiltmmn will bo nt tlio Myers Houso next Tuemlny, tho The new Louisvillo Presbyterian THE At last. HUD TIMES ARE OVER gi-ad over-loade- The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the monopolies of manufacturics, but now the panic-scarred and manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as fast as they can, which means that prices are now being k, Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. They arc new and fresh; no old stock or second-hangoods, rotten with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the manufacturers. Read these prices and sec the goods. All the standard brands 01 uaucocs at .5c yard; Hoosier Cotton Men's Calf Shoes 5c yard. $1, worth S1.50. Haby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c worth Si. Ladies' Uutton Shoes 75c, worth $1. 25. Ladies' Button Shoes 90c, worth Si. 50. The largest and best selected stock of Clothing ever shown in Huslonville. I will also have a mammoth line of Ladies Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, d iLAUGHTEBED JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. 1 Blan-kenshi- p. NEW : STUFF. m g ls Lift Up Your Heads! do-this- CRYING HARD TIMES. 50-ce- G 11 11 hortc-shoci- 6a-- TO THE LADIES. sea-n- HUGHES & TATE. 1 FARRIS & HARDIN, -- PUBLIC SALE Rich-iuoud,;a- nd 11 1 j-- y ear-ol- d Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Sinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. 1 1 1 FARMING IMPLEMENTS, -- H.6.RUPLEY,-e- ttttll-- S - d REAL -:- ESTATE BaftftttA 'V FALL AND WINTER GOODS. PROPERTY FOR NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, OuMPBEI-lAUSTEN", Fro'rs. .11 3 . House Painting, and Paper Hanging toll-gat- o Ninety-thre- ZH GHEAT TROTS, LE2EE1TGT01T, y r 34- - 00, zod o 7 Days, :- $50,000. I T JJUI-- . $&?Xl& p Frce-For-Al- l, Stanford. 9 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT --. PERSONAL GOSSIP. WALLACE E. VARNON, Is a Publlsnod Evory Tuesday and Friday $S PKR YKAK IX ADVANCE -- When not to paid 32. SO will be charged. SHE WAS READY. Mrs. Frederick Vanderbilt never taken ty. off her gloves except to sign n check. A mint proof in gold of tho first r W. GIYENS cent issued by the United States ia In tho possession of W. L. Ilovil nt n .1. Is a Candidate lor Countv tuHi-- nf I In ml t. ' ..,1,. Jtct to the action ol the Democracy. cop-pe- for to the office of Conn-tJudge; subjcot to the action of democratic par- Stray Mule. y Tho Florono JAMES Mraed trom my farm near Gilbert Creek on the night of the attt, a pet jearling. black hone mule, Liberal reward will be given lor hit return O. II I'KKKINS. tome. Kotl, Prop. JKLLICO, TENNESSEE, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, oi.t Gilberts Creek, Ky e uuioru For Sale or Bent. firat-clas- 'THE J.H.HILTOIT ROWLAND, KY. DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Mr. and Mrs, Bayard aro trying lhig-lisO. That la Not WiUioul country house life, having taken for A Flno Bluo-Cras- s Farm a Parallel. Tax-Payer- s. It a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of tho autumn a placo near Eugloileld nro you rcauy, near the Democratic party He would appreciate your Within one mlleol Stanford, continuing 100 acres; Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning Green, Staines. 60 ncret corn land Improvement! vote at 5:10 p. rn. one (.urisKiy; cs, all ready. rwi',WJ '.t'.'.nre now J,IUI Juc a"J will be Electric llghtt and ater In house and barn. Mr. Yo, tho Corean minister to the He Good enough! Then I inny turn Apply to K T ROCHESTER, LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. ,ptclB,1 appointments as prescribed bv the United States, and his wife are memStanford. Ky the gas out? JOHN M. JOHNSON new .L rewuiue law Deputy Sheriff (J I' bers of tho Presbyterian church. They Is a Candidate for land will bom Crab Orchard Mail train going North .,u 7 pm sue une moment. Is my comb lc y Saturday I Assessor of Lincoln county " " South .......... 113pm straight? I U "j ,ny ""I" ' m an, subject to the action of the Democratic party. , B. a il ustoTwlW don't bcllcvo my hair looki wear Corean costumes on stato Express train " South ... 11 ji pm iZA.I,W"iyll1?.bur 0lhtT ,0"" .1 only. North 313am fit to be seen. V., ve!,lJ :: ' : Sheriff, official t... notices. The Local Freight North........... SherlfPt Carriage Painter and Trimmer, ihMi...ii.Lof nil rrt .. - r . .. tiiuHtu .9361m Ho Oh, yes; very nice. Have you gol John Combs, a veteran tyjiesetter, hai A. GIYENS ' ikiiii'Uisiuic South... ......j 07pm :. just given up work at tho ago of 81 It a Candidate for everything? u?.?-Th latter traini also carry passengers. 4r-.1-1 All i Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- pairedkinds of t vehicles painted trimmed and re in ttvle l'lam and ornamental She (decidedly) The above is calculated on standard time Solar 'ir"'T " conionnance to the new Evervthincr. Wnfr- years. Ho has set typo in tho office of ject to the action of the Democratic party. Signs. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman-hi- p whoietax ,e Irae is about to minutes faster. NVe'r don't put the light out. Let mo tho Romney (W. Va.) Intelligencer for hat and price. Shop on main street. ovtr.Wm. Mid Xr a..or ivuiuicii-- wiinntii iiiH !, .. did I do with I'augneriy a oiacksmitn snnp, ataniortl, Ky. Oh, hero it ia 09 years. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. K,h financial erisl. "".". "".lp . " IT". .""", luanetitabtolmrl. That's all! Lieutenant General Rowlands, C. B., It candidate eet every do ar ol ' He Well, then Trains pass Junction City as follows: ' V. 0 the new lieutenant of tho Tmvi.r thea democratic for Jailer, subject to tho action of COAL he uankawbich has heretofore caused hP party. 1., Vestibule Limited, 11,50 She Harry! These aro tho wrono or London, is a distinguished "" '.'" I e.n7"h. rmce,u ",", riMtt profit lVhi. Of Rowland, Stanford aud Vicinity: Crimean a. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 1.5" a. m, ; No. 5., gloves. Hrtprctfuby, They're tho old ones ma sen! officer and served both in India and new urieans Express, 11 17 a. m ; .no. 7., l,oci, in J N ME.NLKEK.S L C, G. YV. p, m.; No. 9., Itlue Grass Vestibule, 8.40 p. me. Just think, if I had not discovered South Africa. ia.it Having made arrangements with the East Ten. M. neMC JcllicoCoal Co., I am now prepared to tell Tho right pair were in my Is Candidate North bound. No. 1, v'estibule Limited, 6.43 tho mistakel Ida Hewitt runs a locomotivo on the thea Democracy. for Jailer, subject to the action of you Jelllco Coal at the lowest possible mar p. m. ; No. 4., Fast Mail, 2.53 p. m. ; No. 6 , Chlga pocket. Now, if you'll pin my veil and gin. I hud that by palng cash and telling for Cairo short THE P. 0. MILLINERY. go Limited, a.17 a, m., No, 8., Local, 3.5J a. m.; tako ca.h I can tell much cheaper, to come and ser me this wrap over your arm don't is a narrow line in West Virginia, which No. 10, Blue Grass Special, 6 a rn. and see how little money will buy your Winter gauge connection of tho Balloso it! M. supply ol this Coal, the best on the market. timore and Ohio. Sho is 2 1 years old Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a He Wo can go, I suppose? Call at the pottjffice room and tee the and is said to be very prepossessing in Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action continuance of tame, I am respectfully yourt, buo 1 es, now wo can. By the way, S I). ADAMS, Rowland. of the democracy. upixMruncG. and xwoum oeiier tako my smelling Baits. Soloctod Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Samuels of Page No telling what may happen. Stock D. S. county, Va., aro a remarkable coupfo. He Shall I turn tho Of Millinery In town The gooJs and prices are Mr. Samuels is 01 years old, and his wife Is a Candidate for Assessor, subjectlto the action At tho old Hand ol J, II. Green, in bound to please you, She Turn it off. do wait 65. Both 10 MKS ! T COURTS. aro in perfect health and claim of the Democratic patty. an instant! My sandals! I almrt fnr. Hustonvitlo, - - Kontucky, got, and it is so damp! Will you get to havo never had uso for a doctor. They live on tho farm upon which Mr. Sam D. Would be glad to tee hit numerous friends and , them out of tho closet left coram-- on show them his stock of goods consisting ol Furni JT. tho shelf and you'll havo to put them uels was born. Is a candidate for to the office of At. ture, Saddlery, Hardware, Ilugcics aud Farming tessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the Implements. Give him a call. on for me. I hate to ask you to kneel it At an evening reception Mine. doStaol democratic party. NICIIOLA.SVII.LK, Jessamine County, Ky , your nice Thanks, dear, you're so observed Unit Talleyrand waa very good! to Mine. Recamier. Sho went to viiir-fur,YV.L. DAWSON, him and asked. "If both of us Mme. Ho Well, wo'ro off? Li',""FED AND SALE STABLE, REAL ESTATE IKSIANSE AGENT, Absolutely She At last! But stop! I haven't Recamier and I fell into tho sea, which It acandidate for jailer, tubjectto the action ol ono would you think worthier to bo the democracy. locked my desk, and that strancro At John Mancfee's ntw brick on Depot street, b; Room 3, Farmers Kchai,, Unk girl savedfirsst?" "I am sure, madaine," he -Ho (desperately) Oh, come on. The repueu, mat you swim like an angel." A cream of tarter baking powW. RAMSEY, Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacder. Higest of all in leavening curtain will bo up. Is acandidate forjallcr, subject to the action of Who will at all timet be glad to accommodate all She (reproachfully) I'vo been ready co Farms in tho Blue-Gras- s turf'topics. the old JetTersonlan democracy. strength. Latest United States theso 20 minutes. with good ngt at reasonable rates. My 'Urn JwiU tg all K. C. trains. meet Government Food Report. Fifty-onscorings before a heat is one Ho You're not readv now. Alwayt far sale. .lo Timber Lands in the moun. B. MERSHON SI'LKNDID FARM trotting record held by California. taint for sale. Correipoudctice.ollcitcd She Why, I'm waiting for you. CO., ; la Z2? Ho (in amazement) For me? Georgo Wilkes sired Brignoli Wilkes, thea Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of 100 Wall St., New York. Democracy She (patiently) I'm waiting for you 2:15J. just four days beforo his death. H. to put tho gas out Wo can't go and I will tell privately A. S. Ryland T, 2:11 J, will bo driven tho W. MAYS, leavo it blazing to tho ceiling. Club. FIRE AND STORM oaianco of the season by Georgo Starr. SURGEON DENTIST. Is a candidate tor subject to the action ot My Splendid Farm of 100 Acres, Tho new racing association at San the duuociacy. jailer, Office over McRoberts Drug Store inline n Ills Great Desire. Situated i'4 miles South ol Stanford. Thlt farm Owsley Building. Mateo, Cal., bars bookmakers as memIt in a high state of cultivation and has plenty of "I want a position," ho said as ho en- bers. Representing Stanford Ml in grats but 40 acres. Hat the btM ol water HAMPTON, tered tho office. the very best of improvements Atlns, 2:2Si, is a very largo pacer, VV. W HAYS, Manlord, Ky, 4;.ll Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; "I am sorrv," said the head of tho firm, It a candidate for jsiler, subject to the action ot "but wo really havo no need of nnv tnr.n standing 17 hands and weighiug 1,800 the democracy. Manchester, of Manchester, Iinjj.; iwunds in racing order. at present." Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia: Tho "Oh, that's all right," said tho caller record is 2:07, held ny SAMM. OWENS, cheerfully. "I don't expect any salary. Directum. Tho trotting stallion record Is a Ins. Co. ol North America. LOGAN AVENUE, candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subIn fact, I'm willing to pay for tho priv- is 2:07, iho held by Directum. ject to the action of the democratic rrimary. All of which am Companies. I woulS be pleased to wait o rimy Iricndsin this line. Pol. ilege of having employment." Tho bones of Masterlode, who died at promptly issued. Will insure against iciet "What kind of a posiUon do you want?" Bangor, Mich., alwut a year ago, havo wind storms and lightning Lightning Always'sellsl goods lower than anyone else in D. without additmnal charge town. New stock of Fruitt every Friday. been exhuuiod and will bo articulated. uskcu tue rnercnant in astonishment. OiBce at First National Hank, Stanfortf. Sts- Is Sheriff of Lincoln county, "I don't much care as long as it's one Ormonde has arrived safely at his Cal- jecta candidate for of the democratic primary. sub to the action uegree mguer than tho typowriter and ifornia homo and gained woitrht on the luoomco uoy." trip. 110 uas cost Ins owner sfOO.000 in "Why those two particularly?" traveling excuses. I will open on January 16th, 1S93. a R. H. BRONAUCH, Is a "Well, you see, it's just this way," ex- Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol It is not generally known that Direc- asks Candidate ftr Jailer of Lincoln county and his friends not to commit themselves to any Jersey milk to the people of Manlord and plained tho caller confidentially. "I'm - Kentucky. one else, at he is forced to stay at home and work. STANFORD, KY at the following prices, delivered: married and have ono child a boy. Now tum, 07, is owned by John Green, an His candidacy is subject to the action of the Dem- Grab Orchard, old Irishman of Dublin, Cal., who made ocratic party. Fresh Milk, per gallon to cents that boy won't mind me, Ilrecdcr and shipper of ihorouehbirJ Duroc Red and his mother Skimmed Milk, por gallon 10 cents pairs laugns when I try to exert my authority. a fortune in tho mines. no akin if Oeslred. subject to r gitter Corres- 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon Tho American bred trotHnrr Rrnllim, So I'vo got desperate, and I thought if I pondenc solicited, W. B. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now I will make two trips dally. The patronage ol the could get a position where the t vTxvrirr Extra, by Contractor, lias been sold in In my charge and public is solicited. -- a G. a. rut intend to conduct It Australia to go to India. Thero is no not only maintain its hiih renuUlien, but to at to Stanford, Ky gin woum uavo to obey mo and tho office to add to Itt long list ol frleniU Special accommoda-tiou- s boy would havo to get up and hustle limit to tho wanderings of tho Yankoo OfSce South tide Main street, in office receo for commercial traveler and tine rooms for : : tacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. th dlsploy of samples. NoticeHtothe Traveling Public. when I spoko it would sort of square me trotter. with my dignity, which is rapidly getTho fivo mile trotting record of 13:00. 1 have had t'AIFirst-Clas- s -- THK OLD- ting away from mo. Wouldn't do uny mado by Lady Mac in 1874. was broken Saloon I desire to sell my entire Millinery stock and Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached uuo any imrm, you Know, antl It would recently at Fleetwood by tho black geld-ingooa win ana an immediate applicant can JOSEPH CO IKY. Pascal, by Pascarel. who mado thn 'At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and mako mo feel easier iu my mind to realize 'tinve in connection with Hotel one of the best samat i was a man who had to bo obeyed." distanco iu 12:45. SAM II WARNACK.Pror. loons lc the State, open day and night; anight Chicago Post. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., man meets all trains. In connection with Housr Georgo A. Singerly is having a tread- KENTUCKY. bave also one of the best Mineral wells in the Stati mill constructed for training nuraos.es. London, and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs The stock embraces everything and Mlnertarxl shippers el the GENUINE Ciirrlessuess. Ho observed that horses used on tread, Refitted and refurnished and in every wa r.p G. W. Patrick. Louisville. Mr and Mrs. Klovd In- rrram, Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. to attend "I'll never forget Bill Timmins," said mills develoiedmusclo and will apply paredreasonable, the wants of the publiic atet C.ootl cry E. Proctor, C. II. lirautn, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. I!. Johnson, tho man who used to live in tho far tho sy&toin to his trotters. Try it. Wears the sole agents lar Stanford !and If not sold entire, I would depose of portions ol new Haven, jtm cox, ureensuurg. Kates ja per northwest. "Bill was as game a man as Kowiand. Office earner ol Depot strett and the stock at rcas nable figure! Give me a call day. J. M Petrev. clerk. Give me a call. ever uvea and too generous to tako adThk Q. & C. and L. S. will run a , W. CAKKltK, frop. osoty MRS. ANNIEWHAY HRl CK. 6 HIGGINS A WATTS. vantage." World's Fair excursion from stations & "Isn't he living now?" asked tho lis- North of Somerset and East ol Lawrence-burg- , TO.. tener, who had been a good deal Oct. 5th, going via Cincinnati and As executor of Thomas D Hill, dee'd, I will on by tho sadness of tho narrator's F. B. RILEY.lProprletor, the Big Four, at the lowest rates of tho toat. McKINNEY, KY THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1893, season. Call on agents or write to V. C. - - - Kentucky. "No. I was on tho coroner's I'urv tlini London, M , on the premises, situated in AND LINCOLN COUNTY. I have bought above mentioned" Hotel at Kineareon, G. P. A., Cincinnati, for fur At 10 o'clock, A Ky , 'vmlle from Muywo! StaLincoln county, loosea. nriex mil." I have moved to my new lloteland am better and have attached a tion, 5 ttilei from Stanford, on the Knoxilln llranch Thank Inir vsu for v ur liberal rn roiace for Ilk particulars. ever to accommodate the public. ther "What was tho verdict?" prepared than of the L, .t N R. R , sell the lollowiug property Good Livery attached and every convenience dei.Himion, rcapecuully urst continuance First-Cla- ss "Died of carelesfinessl" Bar and Fool Boom. during the coming season Indeed iu expect all to I sired. Give me a call.bufl "All human hlttory attests use me r Krtn K mi.r-r- . Carelessness! "How?" 77 That happiness for man the hungry tinner and "Oct into u fiwht without a gun on bince Eve ate apples, much depend! on dinner," 247 ACRES OF FINE LAND, amHave repairedever rel'irnlshed the Hotel and better than Ana aoou liver is absolutely eticntial lor apMANUFACTURED . Denver Tribune. In whole or In part to suit the purchaser In a preciating good dinner Lord llyron knew that gooa The best hotel In the city and the only one with Ktpecia attention ?..aimr. ,0?m for Jfuminera the traveling public Kates j. Sj.Sru K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD. A Domestic Episode h P. HUFFMAN TO All t, 55-'- noc-mlnn- a JOHN firtt-clas- DcNARDI M J. " ssto:. T. 1 11a . ""v-rn- 'i , see-w- DINK FARMER DEBORD fW rere-mai- m -.- ,-.. fs)South-bound.--N- TO BURNERS ii-.i- .'. ..'."'"' --..- ;.. -- F. ELKIN, 40-j- ni Largest Best JNO. BRIGHT CARPENTER, Oh-h-- h, well-know- n fCY?" ;F paunT Y E. KENNEDY, T. FARRA, 47-c- Pure nnr. JOHN BAILEY, J. Pro'r., e royal:bakingpowder JOHN flHHb- PRICE, For Sale Cheap Privately. W. J. BAUGHMAN, INSURANCE AGENT PETER C. D. POWELL, GB2TBKAIi STORE, Stanford, Kentucky, firit-cU- tt T. NEWLAND, torna-doe- s, zzrvr- claus-esattacn- First-CU- st T. J. HATCHER Duroc Red Jersey Swine THE GOFFEY HOUSE How-lan- d JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 oi-s- j iu, DR Dentist. PENNY S5-i- Store MILLINERY For Sale. Th.e Sbelton Souse, g JACKSON HOUSE, j-- tl Secure a Bargain. One. $t-(- m The Stand Is a Original Jelllco Coal. Executor's Sale Of RILEY HOUSE Land, Stools Crop. Commercial Hotel, The People of Stanford 1 ..,,, m - to-- lt 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 please the trade In both STOCK OP, GOODS, ;i?JilCi2S, and having no rent to pay and no loss by bad debts he can sell you goods cheaper than any body. Call 2s. and get hit prices beff re buying 57-i- yr Etc. He has recently added greatly to hit ttock COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Transcript. supply tho other half himself. as well as anyliody. One of his greatest regrets was lor his weak stomach. "Gad, man'" his lordship t of the Dvprension. would say. "why don't ono of these infernal doc Watchful Mother Ia it truo that tors invent a liver medicine.'' Ilyroo never orgo asked you for u kisa last ovnn. were lie wouldliving. have asked that hequestion now Why? Ilecausu would have been uting Dr Pierce's Pleasant PelleM. an absolutely sure cure lor Constipation Indigeswrd Y es, mamma, but I refused tion, Ililious Attacks, and nil derangements liv of er, stomach and bowels There's no griping or violence about these pills, and they're guaranteed Watchful Mother That was right, to give satisfaction, or your money is refunded. Maud. Don't live with the stomach weak, when the cure Maud I told him that times were bo ltwithjn your reach lor 15 cti. hard I really couldn't afford So I Thousands of cures follow the use of Dr, Sage's gave mm a half a ono and mado him Catarrh Remedy. It'iSoo reward lor an incura IU-suI- it Boston Trom a Summer Girl's Standpoint. Grocery i tt Of : Business W. Ramsey, lam Increasing the stock as impossible and will soon have it J. state 01 cultivation, joo acres ot which It in grass, and on of the beat watered farms in the y county, 'I he residence is a frame, containing 3 rooms ine ouiDUiiuiugs consist 01 goou stock barn, corn crib, granary, smole-hotu- u herierv, carriage house, fruit house, coal and wood houxt, well and unlk house in yard, besides adjacent sprues, Two fruit orchards and chestnut orchard of o treet. 'I he live ttock consists of I rood maun, cows and calves and other cattle, a nice lot of Kerkihire hoga, a flock ol 7 Southdown ewe, so hivet of beet, 8 shares bank stock, household, farm and agricultural Implements, old corn, old wheat, with nil the crop of this jear. Terms. The land will be sold as lollows: One-thiof the purchase money cash, tho remainder equal Installments of one and two years, 6 per cent, and lien. The personal property will be sold ' ble case. All sums ol Jjo and under spot cash, over M tl that amount a credit of 6a days without interest If All Froo paid at matuntv. otherwise Internal from dale. Ihose who have used Dr. King's New DIscov All notes to be made negotiable and payable in cry know its value and those who have not have bank, well secured. now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the adFor further information apply on the premlttt vertised druggist and get a tiial bMtle free. Send or to J. H, Wilson, Danville, Ky. your name to II, E. Ilucklen .V Co , Chicago, and Dinner will be served free to all who may atget a trial bottle of Dr. King' New Lite Pills as tend sale. J. H. Wl LSON. Ex'or . well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household II Hill, Auctioneer Danville, Ky Instructor free, All of which Is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing at A. R. Penny's two-storrd t: Prepared to Accommodate tho Public. V W ICE, I (Special attentionto Commercial Men OR KEN. Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. Th.0 Poooa Valley. First, It it made by a home institution Second, the Ice is absolutely and chemlrslly pure, being made I roru spring .ater. ....... mi.u.hu before, being fruten 1.mi mm careiuiiy tillered bird, Artificial Ice will last much looger than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic Of choUra is looked lor during the year and nothing u o apt to produce or spread this disease at imp.,, water or Ice. Kiflh.it will bel Tor th,M reasons .,., DliYred Regularly and Punctu-al- l ure in crops under irrigation if properly attended to, All fruits grown in California can be grown In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. Land from $ to Sjo per acre on 10 years' time, at 6 per cent. Call on or address, R. C. MORGAN, D D. S., Stanlord, Ky. A HORSE AND BUCKBOASD IIThc finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall t your Doors tsc E. Every morning at the following Pricet: For For For 100 10 10 jopoundtto than 10 roundtorover 40c per too to jo pounds.. pr hundred. hundred. No less poundsidcllvtred. 50c per hundred. 51M Iluck-boarda- nd IlilEMEIl. $25 REWARD. i. Now Millinery. . Complete in Every Par- tlcular. Call at my store on Lancaster street and I will make it to your interest to trade with me. 3 drugstore. W.C. HUTCHINCS. B. Cattleman. John A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company "How ment!" ones. '1 15 Cents Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 cents in postage ttampt we will mall you our Souvenir Portfolio of the World's Columbian Kxposition. 1 be regular price it 50c, but as we want you to have one we make the price nominal. You will find it a work of Art and a thing to be priied. It contains full page view sot the great buildings, with descripticnsof same and is etocuted In the highest style ot art. If not satisfied with il after you get it we will refund the stamps and let you keep the book. Address H, E. Ilucklen A-- Co.. Chicago, III. Soo tho World's Fair for i BANK STA2TFO.RD, -:- THE JEWELER - about ten years old, white in face, about i$ hands high, m hito feet, bad wind pull on right hind leg; ALL OF THE NOVELTIES a.iici 11:111 in urnci. 1 ne iiucKooara has lidc oar springs, red running gear with black body, Of the season, of which she will have lull control. The Ihitch collar harness nearly new. one also engaged a I will give tij reward lor recovery of the prop erty. M. V. ELKIN, Firt-Olas- s Dress-Make- r. Si Stanford, Ky. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, hat Just re night ol August ai, 1803, a Horse, Harness were stolen Irom mv t.ntilo In turned Irom the cities with an elegant line of mil. Stanford, Ky. The Horse is a Chesnut Sorrel, liner j, embracing On the Stock Most Complete Ti,Vn."n,ncV you for Call and examine my ttock of Millinery before your ,ordcr for your dretses. past favort we solicit tamo, eg MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. OF2LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN MANAGERS,; I hate breaking off an engage- hen you wouldn't havo to. You eimply discontinue them." Life. . "You should make none but summer When When When When Baby waa sick, we gate her Castor!. she waa a Child, she cried for Costorla. she became Miss, she clung to Castori. she had Children, she gvetbem Castorta, YEAGER & YEAGER, Will m AND SALS STABLE, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. w. TXUBSLZ, Local Aytnt, .STANFORD, KY. j Completing trie Outfit. ILVEfWW "I consider Chamberlain's pleasant to take, "Tho collection for the heathen last specific for croup. Itisyery Cough Remedy a ouuuuy, tsam mo minister, "waa very which is one of the most important requisites intended for gratifying. We got three dozen shirt where a cough remedy iscases of croup use amongI Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt where known I buttons. If tho congregation will kindly children. lifehave little one was saved by the use personal attention given to repair of a know the Cough Remedy." J. I. La- put a few shirts in tho plate this morn- of Chamberlain's Avoca. Neb. WOrK. druggist, Une Call Will COnVUICC VOU ing to go with thorn, no more can bo ei- gl.ba0nloerd:orM,eb7WBMeRobert that this is the place to trade. pected of Bazar. thom."--Harpr'fl va STANFORD, KY. o Wcjare In our new stable in the Opera Blockland are well supplied with House AT ;new rigs andzhorsbs' Barber Shop, Have been purchaied and nothlng.Jbut urnouts will leave Ih, stable. first-clast Jesse Thompson's There are three ol the best Barbers in the Stats There are also excellent Rath Rooms run in con. nection. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. Give (bent a Call. -- ! I t