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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893101001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ST-- - Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. you will kindly tflve mo spaco In your paper I would like to express tny gratitude for tho kindness that lins been shown me. First to my people, whom I will never censo to love. Secondly to tho kind and christian friends who have extended to mo their sympathy and good advicn during my incarceration. Hut a few days remain until tho grated doors, the gloomy walls, the cold and dismal cell and convict's gnrb of the State prfeon Hovers my life from theirs. God and God alono knows that now nor never did I harbor any malico toward anybody, and so help mo God, that today after maturo deliberation and not under sudden fear of mr own life, if I had a thou eand lives I would pivo them all in that manv forms if I could bring back my friend, tho kind and loving husband, the fond and Indulgent father. I wish to oxiend my hoartfelt devotion to my friends and especially to my counsel that did all in thoir power In my defense To tho ministers and christian Indies who have given to mo good advice In tho salvation of my soul, but they know that for such thuy will lie rownrded, and also do I wish to thank thoso who have had charge of mo during my imprisonment. To my family, of courso, I bid to them the saddest adieu; to my poor old mother, to a loving sister and brothers, I ran simply say, think of mo as littlo as God, hold trust in an no 111 feeling or malico against anybody and In a better hereafter I hope to meet you. And In conclusion, I will Bay to my young associates that my prayers will ever bo for them. Stay tit home with your fathers I and mothers, heed their advice, shun all places, If possible, where there is any probability that in defense of your own life you will have to tako life. With these few words of parting, I resign myself as best I can to my living tomb. Very Respectfully Yours, Mack Fxrmclu poa-Bible, Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1893. NO. 64 d A Touchlhg Letter from Mack (Kdltor Interior Jou'tial.J Stanford Jail, Oct. 4. If Fcrrell. The Races at Lexington to be Run. I To the Kdltor Interior Journal.) This letter was intended for last caper but did not reach here till Friday mornmu in Monday's I.vtriuohJol'Iinal, which, by the way, does not reach hero until Wednesday morning, that you have been made to believe that there will be no fall running races here. That is a very ll.it mistake. Tho programs are already printed and there will bonlno days' running for purses of $250, live or more races each day; beginning Oct. 10th, and more than one Lincoln county horse will compete for tho purses, Bmall though horses will they are, and some from other places. Stable bo hero to race room has been asked for such a number that all tho yearling here Imvu been ordered ofl tho track to accommodate those that will race during the meeting. So, if you have not thrown aside all your taste for speculation, you can come and bring your frionds with you; it will be at least equal to investments at Middleaboro, l'meville, etc. Could hatonia have gone on uninterrupted, there would have been troubled acqulescenso here. Hut when the mur- morn grow into a threatening storm to throughout tho prohibit State, If IJitonla ignored tho rights of all other meetings, tho modest manager of that courso decided to discontinue. However the breeders and board of this neso ciation had already determined to give tho usual meeting hero anyway. Tho Cumberland i'ark Association at Nashville had ho determined too, and so now they go on without nearby conllicting meetings. The Cincinnati Enquirer is a great but it cannot run tho race courses of this country just yet a little while and all tho prompting encouragement it gave did not avail against the sentiment, the proposition to continue at Latonia stirred throughout the country. Tho' it did succeed in its cry against Hardy Durham, In Rotting him ruled off that course (suspended indefinitely) when ho was trying to win. Hut it was necessary to do something and ho foil under the ban. Tho man who bought Rook Laid-l- y as honest a turfman as lives, has raced him repeatedly since and won nothing. But when a monkey loses his cigars, or a whole $2 bill on his "selection" he ia romping ram-paready to decapitate Bomobody. I first-class pool-selling pa-pe- ing. Kd. LixiNfiTO.v, Oct. fith. Widow Another Dark-EyePlaying the CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Deuce With Bobbltt In the Mountains. Mr. Georgo Evans shipped 10 fine Tho democratic committee has not (To the Keillor Interior Journal.) looking hogs to tho city Friday. It be- as yet made a nomination for the Legis1'ixkvii.i.k, Oct. 0. Court Ih still making hnsto slowly, with 1,200 civil cases on gins to look liko meat will bo plentiful lature, Hon. W. II. Miller, candidate for tho tho docket. What n Held for Judgo J. hem this Fall. 'The melancholly days are here" Sennte, was in town Saturday shaking W. Alcorn, who is as familiar with petitions, demurrers, answers, replies, re- and tho youngsters avail themsalves of hands with his many friends. At the St. Louis Fair, Mrs. Frank joinders, rebutters and their Saturday holidays to gather nutf L. Austin, nee Mies Hannah Beazley, of as I am with Hlackstono which aro very plentiful. Mrs. W. A. Carson's mother contin thfs place, was awarded the first premand "HuhhoII on Crimes." ues qtnto low and her death is hourly ium for point lace over a number of comI did notBpenk hero last night, saving my throat for tho Jphn Martin murder expected. Mr. Perk Payne has return petitors. Mrs. Dr. Grant has in her possestrial set lor today. TIiIb court is to con- ed with his family after a Bovon-yeartinue five weeks. This is tho finest place Btay in Missouri. Ho has rented Mrs' sion a well preserved black silk dress to stay I over Baw except Crab Orchard. Clara Singleton's place, opposito Brown that was worn by Mrs. Lucy Jennings Price at her marriage to Col. Price near-l- y Quite tin episode occurred in the court- Springs. Miss Mollio Brooks and Will aro 100 years ago. house yesterday. bacK from a pleasant trip to tho World's Tho band boys have loaned Crow A little curly-heade- d girl camo run ning in and in a loud voice said: "Mr. Fair. Thoy visited relatives in Xhw Al. Dillion, the drum major, to the Stanford Uobbltt, Bister Bald for you to enme bany on their way back. Mrs. J. It. band to go with them to Lexington, with down thero." Tho lfur und spectators Dickinson has been sick, but is better at the understanding that ho is not to bo roared with laughter and even Judge this writing. A. II. Bastin, wife nnd lost or kidnapped. While at work in his barn, Mr. Hen Hall, who never laughs more than King two children nro sick with fever, A letter received from Mrs. J. S. ry, of Sugar Creek, was painfully injur Henry the 4th, was seen to smile audibly. J followed the littlo girl, blushing Fish, of San Diego, Cnl., tells of tho nin- ed by a negro accidentally dropping a deeply, nnd when I arrived nt tho state- ny delights of that sunny climo and heayy piece of timber from the loft, on the ly mansion where tho lady wns stop makes your correspondent wish that ev- which struck Mr. Patterson ping, I found a beautiful woman dressed ery one was able to tako such a trip. Tho shoulders. Tho timber barely fmiBsed like n princess. She said "And this is family are nil delighted nnd succeeding his head. He will be confined to his the celebrnted otator, Fontaino Fox wellln their pursuit, bnt we wish they bed for some time. The democratic county committee Bobbin?" To which I modestly assent- wero with us ngniu, ns their place is hard met at court-hous- e Saturday afternoon ed. For more than two hours I was to fill. The young ladies and gents of our and nominated Mr. John L. Anderson highly entertained by a most olegant lady. In a fow days she will tako her de- Collego have organized a society, "The for county school superintendent. Mr. parture for Knoxville, where she resides. Aurora," and each Friday nftornoon is 0. T. Wallace, who was also a candidate widow now holds devoted to interesting readings, recita- for the nomination, withdrew from the Another dark-eye- d my heart in thrall. She lives in Ferry tions and debates. Thoy aro taking race last week. Mr. Anderson has held county and innocently said "1'apa is much interest and tho subjects aro such the place for the last term and has maJe worth $10,000." I said "I am very aor-r- y as aro calculated to Instruct as well as an excellent official. A "citizens' ticket" haB been put out to hear it. My magnificent blue-gra- amuse. Prof. Willis is proving himself and able instructor nnd wo aro proud of to bo voted for in November, composed short-hor- n farm and of the following gentlemen: For mayor, milk cows lowing to their calves across the progress our school is making. Maj. Robert Kinnaird: for councilman my barn yard gate will not induce you LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. migrate to Crab Orchard. You muBt J. C. Thompson, J. E. Stormes, J. M. to Logan, R. E. McRoberts, R. A. Burnside Col. W. O. Bradley is here. get tho old gentleman to invest his forThe Laurel county court of claims and J. 0. Robinson. These are all stricttune in some hazardous enterprise so ho ly business men and will give the town a will loose all his money und then per- mot Monday. Circuit court has been in session a splendid administration. haps I cau induce you to go with me." Miss Mattio Brown has returned In talking of engagements she Bald alio week and will continue two more. The did not believo in long engagements. first person sent to tho penitentiary was from Indianapolis. MUa Anna Noel, of She eaid when lovers are youug it is well a young follow by tho name of W. F. Danville, is visiting Miss Bettie Doores. onough, but when they are getting along Norrel, who got two years on a charge of Mrs. Sarah Marrs, of Lexington, visited Mrs. Blanche in life liko wo are there is no time to buggery, having been acquitted for at- her brother Sunday. wait. This waa rather withering on a tempting to rape his cousin. Georgo Sweeney has returned from Indianapoman who prides himself on his youthful Gragg, for killing Win. Miller at Pitts- lis, where she bought her Fall line of appearance. Hut I told her tho great- burg, waa given 21 years. Gragg was millinery. Dr. Herring and family are est earthly pleasure was dancing on deputy town marshal at the time of the at the World's Fair. Mies Ada Farra the thresh hold of wedlock; that marriage killing. Smith Evans, for shooting Roi- accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. was ly Beatty In the hand, is Imprisoned six Mason have returned from Chicago. Liko a brilliant taper's light, months in tho county jnil nnd fined 100. The Lancaster brass band'has been l'laced in a window on a Bummers night. The noxUheavieot sentence is given to engaged to play for the two days at the Attracting nil the Insects of tho air Chris Jackson, n young Keeley reunion to be held at Crab Orchs' ss half-hundre- d Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Fall Session Tuesday, September An. Excellent boarding department. 5U1 1893. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. MMKBTIAN A EEustonville, 2y. MLKrlE, 4TH, 1893. FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER SCIUOL AND HOME FOR GIRLS. Goyl Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough The College has besn recently refited, anl a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, &c.,have been added. 33 M. Q. THOMSON, Principal. CENTRAL university r RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. Three Collects Three Training Schools. Fifteen departments of tudy. Healthful location U the heart of the Blue Crass Region. Cvmnasium and Athletic trrnumU. tfnH.ni r.rn. 1G0 to fJW. Attendance last session G33 from thirty State and tag catalogue apply to .t,. u. UL,ANTVN, It. P., Chancellor, countries. I'or full Informatics Richmond, Kentucky, Centre College Academy. DANVILLE, KY. The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. eipe-daily With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While the course ol instruction Is adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at the same time to fur nish a liberal English education to any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, A Home Boarding Has been established and Training Department personal contiol ei the Principal. Regular, study heurs under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government ol a Christian home are combined with the bet educational advantages. For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address in the Home and under the JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville. Ky. To come and singe their pretty winglcta thero. Those who are without but heads against tho pain And those within but to get out agatu. I escorted the widow to the train nnd saw her safely seated and then she said: "Mr. Bobbltt, when Bhnll 1 expect a let ter." 1 said, "I expect it will beat you home." 1 will now relate the sharp practice of Ho was n Fiuevillo boy, aged 10 years. at the Harbourville Fair, there wns a wreck on tho railroad at Hazel Patch He could not get home, he had no dinner, no supper and only had a nickel. He went into n restaurant and nsked for a half can of oysters. They could not cut a can. Ho then found they had home cider. He asked if they would sell him a pint for a nickel. Yes. He bought a pint, put it in a bottle und went out and sold it for whisky for 50 cents, cauih back, ate his supper and had 25 cents left. 1 told him if he could just keep out of the penitentiary ho would soon bo n rich man. Well, court has convened ami I shall have to desist nnd send this letter to the great pioneer of civilization, the I.ntkiii-oJournal. Fontaine Fox Boiiiutt. lnwyer, f 100 and 10 days for carrying concealed weapons. All other cases tried have been misdemeanors of small importance. The grand jury has returned only ono felony indictment. This was against sqme Breathitt county parties on a charge of house breaking. Several other indictments for whisky selling, pistols, Ac, have been returned. Ira J. Davidson is acting as circuit clerk and is doing a splendid job of it. Ho was clerk of Perry county for 1(1 years and A. B. Brown is using him ai a substitute on account of tho serious sickness of his youngest child. John and Jim Gray and Chris Catching nre serving out Btuall lines in tho county jail. Hous. W. O. Bradley and J. A. Craft are prominent visiting attorneys. DANVILLE. (Advocate n r, Complimentary to Miss Kate White. Read before tho McKendreo S. S., tho second Sunday of Oct. ISO J: Your committee beg to submit thu fol- ' quill-driv- er nt Stankokdite. E. M. Cooker, of Pulaaki, who waa tried in Louisville last week for illicit whisky Belling. His plan was to keep hlmswlf hidden from public gaze, an in nocent looking wooded bucket dangling from a small window In tie Becond story being apparently the only jjuilty party. Thewould.be purchaser simply put tho money and a bottle in the swinging rebucket and it disappeared up Btairs, presently with tho liquor which turning on the money called for. Cooker laid it Lulie Owslkt, Mrs. Shepard, but the mother-in-law- , his Bettik Spoon amohe, llCom. G. A. Travlor, Jury found him guilty. Frederick Mitchell 1bb returned A New York Stock Exchange eeat in Louishomo after a three months' stay sold for f 17,000. ville. all-wi- lowing report: Whereas our mutual friend and coworker, Miss Katie White, has yielded herself to the call to missionary work in foreign fields and will tako her leave of us to morrow morning for A. B. Simpson's trainfng school in New York City. Kksolvkd. That wo extend to her tho most sincere gratitude for tho faithful manner in which she has discharged worker and her duty as a Sunday-schoo- l as a christian emulator. 2. That we recognize tho fact that in the severing of her connection with this school wo sustain an irreparable loss but wo submit to the fate of an guidance. 3. That we commend Miss White to her new association as a faithful christian worker and worthy of imitation for her many christian graces and fidelity. 4. That this entire school tender to her their best wishes with their prayers that Providenco will ever guide an and direct bor course unto the perfect day. 5. That a copy of these resolutions be presented to Miss White and nlso spread record book In upon the Sunday-schoo- l memory of her christian character. all-wi- se Lillard, of Hoylo, bought of 1(1 head of 1,333 pound cattle at cents. The gambling case against City Attorney W. 0. Goodloo have been dismissed for want of evidence. Fnrris it Whitley bought a bunch ol 1,100-lb- . feeders from Jim Knox at 3c, and eight head from Win, Calvert at the samo price. Mrs. M. B. McAlister has gone to visit her son, J. 0. McAlister, at Ore,Mo. Messrs. R. P.Jacobs, A. E. Logan, B. 0. Rodes and Leslio McMurtry leave this week for their annual fishing trip to Green River, near Dunvllle. W. Logan Caldwell was nominated for county judge by the democrats Saturday, defeating John M. Vanmetor by M -- S. U. K. Haya was renominated for representative and J. W. Rawlings for superintendent of schools. James Shannon and H. C. Douglas, farmers, fell out about a division fence. Douglas nailed up the bars and Shannon on returning from town, accompanied by his wife, procured an ax and cut an entrance. While he was chopping Douglass and his son Steven opened fire. Mrs. Shannon received a fleah wound in her Bide and a load of shot robbed Shannon of his whiskers. Neik Cobb B. F. Haytlou 1 ard on tho 17th and ISth of the present month. On the night of the first day a banquet and hall will be given for which the Indianapolis Mandolin Club will play. A glorious time will be had and the Lancaster Keeleyites are looking for ward to the occasion with much pleasure. Mr. Gus Hofmanu, who has so nbly conducted tho Springs, will prepare tho banquet, nnd as he never does anything by halves, it goes without Bayim? that everything will be tip top. A pleasing part of the services at the Presbyterian church on Sunday inoruine was a beautiful vocal solo by Miss of Louisville, who is visiting Miss Ellen Owsley. Miss McGrer or has a fine natural voice that has the highest training, both in this Her rendition country and Europe. of tho ditlicult selection referred to was worthy of tho highest praises and received tho commendation of the beat musicians who were in attendance. Sue wasaccompmied by Mm. R A. Burn-eidon the organ and received many congratulations at the close of the service, tho church being filled with a large and attentive audience. Rev. J. R. Ter-cby his able and earnest expositions of the Scriptures has not only made a host of friends, but has attracted to the church large and appreciative congesto y, Full stock Emerson's Men's Shoes, Stripley's Ladies' Shoes and Stevens' Children's Shoes, now open. SEVERANCE & SON. jJ ""itftf .FOR Fancy Groceries,Bread, Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches.Frbits, &c, CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. ions. ther Is Beriously hurt. A 6aod Housewife, will clean her house every spring and it is just as necessary to cleanse the system thoroughly if you expect good health The Nashville, Tenn., March Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., It gives me exceeding Gentlemen: to speak of your Antiseptic, as consider it something wonderful in the way of medicine. My old servant, Albert, who is 72 years old, was very sick with with Pneumonia, complicated Heart Trouble and Dropsy. I called in my family physician and gave him every attention, but the doctor finally told me there was no hope and the only thing that could be done was to make him At this comfortable until the end. point I decided to give him Stockton's Antiseptic, as it Eeemed to be perform-in- g almost miracles for others. It was given in regular doses every three hours and the fever began to decrease from the first dose and a decided improvement In three was noticed the first day. days he was sitting up and in a week he was back at bis work as usual, and is retraining in strength very fast. I believe it saved the old man's life. Respectfully yours, C, 1893 A Good Meal for 25 Cts. In- - Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. AdR. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. f FARRIS & HARDIN, -- Dealers Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. SeeOur Large and Splendid Line Of Fbank Skariqht, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. -- Stanrord. For sale by A. It. Penny, drtggist. No. 5 Noel Block. H.G.RUPLEY,-- during the summer months. Take Stockton's Antiseptic, it is just what you want. For sale hy A. It. Penny, druggists, Stanford. Erich Townsend, of Winchester, Ind., a prominent and wealthy citizen, hid himself in a railroad culvert and raised up juat in time to get his head cut off by a passing train. The Interstate Commerce Commission reports that during the last year the railways of the United States carried The number 5G0,95S,2ll passengers. killed was 376; injured 3,327; employes killed 2,554; injured 28,207. Gross earnings $1,171,407,313; operating expenses S780,797,07S; capitalization of the miles, $10,220,748,134. Ten thousand people attended the Owensboro Fair Saturday. 162,-397.- im .mtertHlpw Is Rcceirinr Hii FALL : AND: WINTER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Givei'me J - & ; . - " i - 6 r .1 F HF Deunia Long, the veteran foundry-t- i man, is dead at Louisville. Thirty two new cases of yellow fever was tho record of Sunday at Brunswick. Ono new case developed at Jesup The hotel men of the country will meet in Louisville November 15 for tho purpose of organizing against their com No indeed, not by a loncj shot: but that has nothing to do with the fact that we arc civim Uig Bar-thmon enemy, tho "hotel beat." Arkansas was swept by a wind and gains in Dry Goods and Notions, Clothing, lioots, Shoes, Hats, and anything and everything you rain storm. In Union county four wom- arc ever supposed to need, come to see us right away and en were killed and several persons wero seriously injured. In Faulkner county two lives were lo3t. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tho striking shopmen of the L. ifcN. A woman who died in New Jersey, nt Decatur have asked to be taken back, For btate Senator, last week, aged 10o, attributed her agreeing to work at tho reduced scale of longevity to the fact that she nover wages. Tney promiso tiiatu moy gel HON. W. had worn corsets. So few women can go their old places tho strike of shopmen on That the Louisville Store proprietors, manager and clerks are your friends and will sell you goods at For Representative, without them however and look decent the entire system will be declared off. prices that can't even be gotten in sight of by other firms. There can be HELM. that even tho probability of tarrying Tho fight had ended a week ago. long in the land that tho Lord their God Those married infants, Mr. and Mrs. For Superintendent of Public Scroolt, has given them, will not prove of suffi- Charles A. Tarleton, of Lexington- - after McCLARY. W. cient inducement. One of tho loveliest charging each other in divorce proceedgirls wo know is said to stand a chance ing with pretty much every sin in the Senator Blackbuiuj went back to of Hying 105 yeats, but all women are decaloguo and some not enumerated Washington professing to believe that not built like she is. therein, have kissed nuu cone oil on a the people of Kentucky arc with him in second bridal trip. Like other bad chilCol. Inorrsoll, who is lecturing in his stand agoinet the repeal of tho silver worth loc; dren they were metaphorically, spanked In your mind when you read the figures appended: We sell Dress Ginghams at evidently talked only with a Kentucky, says he has not been engaged and put to bed. Louisville Times. bill, but he 25c, worth 50c; Ladies' Hoods 50c, wortfi 75c; Misses Hoods 30c, worth 50c; Ladies' black-woo- l few of his ardent admirers, who think to fight the Separate Coach bill. There Hose 25c, woith 40c; Ladies' heavy winter Undcrvcsts 25c, worth 40c; Ladies' Merino Vests at It is hard at this distance to apprecithe sun rises and sets in his person and is no good reason for tho colored people ate the appallingcalamity from which the 50c, worth 75c. Yard wide Domestic 4 jc, worth Ladies' Dongolia Kid Shoe Si, worth Si. 50. therefore that he is beyond human to to object to be separated from the Gulf coast has Buffered. Miles of smiling Men's Hudkcl and Crcedmorc Shoe 75c, worth Si. 25; Men's all wool Shirts $1, worth 1.75. Hlankcts err. If he could take a week off, howev- whites if they are given as good accom country swept away in a night: thous yoc to S7; Comforts 50c to 2S3. A full line of Ladies' Jackets and Cloaks from $2 to JS25. er, and get in closer touch with the dear modations and they will be wise to qui- ands of human beings swallowed up in a people, ho would find like young Con etly Bubtnit, as they seem to be doing so mighty cataclysm: millions of property gressman Bryan, of Nebraska, that they far. The great melted away in the sea. are by no means at his back. They want NEWSY NOTES. storm will take its place in history as one the bill repealed and are tired of the of tho world's most terrible catastrophes. The registration shows that Rich vexatious delay permitted by the demoThe report of the coroner of Plaque-micratic majority in the Senate. A meet-n- mond is democratic by 200. Parish, Louisiana, shows that at liy buying anything elsewhere that you arc in need of, but come at once to The C. & 0. was fined $10,000 for of the solid business men in Louisleast 2,000 lives were lost by tho recent ville disclosed tho general feeling of the blockading a Btreet in Covington. of men, women and Theodore Hallam is a candidate for storms. Thousands people of the State when it protested children are in dire distress, without : : against Senator Blackburn's attitude on the Senate in the Covington district. food or clothing and desperato through Andrew Warren has been appointed urged him to vote for the the bill and their long suffering. Ho believes the! A. URHANSKV, repeal. If the Senator would be wise in postmaster at Tune, Pulaskicounty. filled with human bodies Eels stopped the water wheel of marshes are his day and generation he will heed the general situation is condu-siv- o warning to ceaso to oppose the interests Charles Myers' flouring mill near Orego-ni- and that the W. P. Carson sold to Johneon, (f of yellow fever or cholera. Ohio. of Bound money. From the manner in which it is con Boylt, seven 1,200-lb- . cattlo at 3c and a Dr. J. W. Creed shot Gardner WalYoung Mr. Bryan, of Nebraska, who lace twice, at Richmond, because of an tinually chastened, it is to bo inferred lot of hogs at lie. It was 3lc that E. P. Woods gave that the South is the best beloved of made some reputation as an orator offensive remark. 30 years she has Col. W. II. Duddorar for tho cattlo menpast against the repeal of the Sherman bill, is Bartley, Johnson A Co., whisky the Lord. In the Hcacquarters for- not riding bo high a horse as be wbb. He dealers, Louisville, have assigned with been scourged by war, politics, pesti- tioned in our last. lence, tornadoes and floods without William Snow bought in Garrard claimed that his people were at his back liabilities of $200,000. number, while tho tremendous negro and Madison counties a bunch of extra alas for him, he on the question, but John Moaley, negro, had both legs problem oyer confronts her. Surely, in was as much mistaken as if he had burn- cut off while trying to steal a ride on a that great great latter day, she will be in good butcher cattle. Walter E. 210 has won 10,250 ho the throng of those who come up out of ed his shirt. They not only do not en- K. C. train at Paris. great tribulation in white raiment. far this year, the largest amount ever dorse his course, but on the contrary Of allkinds. The most complete line of The Vanderbilts have just bought Louisville Times. won by a horse in ono circuit quite tho reverse. They demanded the four blocks in New York City, paying At a sale of Poland China lions at repeal of the bill and to show Mr. Bryan the Bnug Bum of 53,000,000. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Edinburg, 111 , Sept. 20th, 73 head, conio how they bold him in estimation they Gen. John B. Castleman was reEld. Yancy is assisting Kid. V. L. spring pigs brought an averago of $33. defeated him for committeeman on res elected colonel of the Louisville Legion Williams in a meeting at Hustonville, J. H. Pepples, Jr., bought hero olutions by a vote of 373 to 123. If the by 200 votes over his opponent. which began yesterday. Kvcr in Stanford. Prices according to the times. mule rolts. three marcs and Virginians would set down on Senator A Pittsburgh wedding was postponThe proceedings of tho Hall's Gap three horses, at $15 for tho horses and Daniel as heavily, if the Alabamiins ed a few days ago on account of the meeting were handed in yesterday after- $50 for the mares. would shelve Senator Morgan for the grooms' new wooden leg not fitting. noon too late for publication. Alex 2:07J will not likely start in a same offense and Kentucky retire Joe Robert Eldridue, who killed John Eld. W. E. Ellis' meeting at Row- race again bon and probably never will. Blackburn, each and all of them would Hamp Brinkley, July 4, has been cap land has resulted in 37 additions and the She will try to beat Nancy Hanks' recdo the right thing, and teach those learn- tured and lodged in jail at Somerset. meeting will continue through tho week. ord in exhibition miles. I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, ed and opinionated Statesmen that their Clocks and Jewelry, GeorgeStArr drov Aubino and The Rev. Dr. William Lawrence has -- Directum, 2.00, Guy 2 00; Hulda, and offer them at prices never so low. Call will is the law, to which they must subwagon on the been consecrated Episcopal Bishop of to a pneumatic tired and examine the stock. Magnolia 2.10 'Jnslr T.itilit Alburt. 2 10: ordinate the pride of their own ill ad Terre Haute track a half mile in 1:00. Massachusetts to succeed the late Bishop Pixfey 2:09? and Walter E.. 2.10, are the Ladies watches former price S50 now $40 00; vised ideas. The New York democrats praised Phillips Brooks. Ladies' watches former price $35 now S27.00; new 2.10 trotters of the year. A Virginia youth, who Mr. Cleveland and his administration The Chineso Christians in America Ladies' watches former price S25 now Si 7.50. Blankets are entirely discarded at was offended at a publication in the and demanded the repeal of tho silver give more than American Christians. tho Stony Ford Farm both summer and Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all Richmond Times, which brought him bill. With a membership of 1(31 in the variis believed that the general at the James Green secured a verdict of ous churches in California, the chineee winter. It into ridicule, challenged the editor, Johealth of the animal is improved by tho : seph Bryan, who hod refused to retract, $7,500 against the L. & N. at Lebanon raised last year 1020,0 10 for all benevo experiment. : to mortal combat. The editor very qui- for the loss of a leg whjle he wbb biake-ma- lences, or $:$9.07 for each member. of Lebanon, Tenn., Capt. Harper, etly informed him in answer to the chal Bring the money along with you. Elders Button and Masters, after a says that from a jennet that cost him This sale will be made for CASH. Hon. S. A. Robinson, who was chief glorious revival at Harlan C. H, have lenge that the days of duelling had pass. $05 ho has sold two colts for $1,000 and -- A-. ed and that that kind of a settlement of of the United States Secret Service De organized a Christian church with 10 the jennet herself for $300, a profit of IFIEILSriLSr-Y-differences between gentlemen no long- partment during the war, died at Deni-so- members. Harlan county is said to be $1,S05. It pays to raise jack stock. Texas. er obtained. It had been made u felony II. 11. KINO. making rapid Btrides in religion andjedu-catio- n GKOKGK IJ. I'KKWITT. William Moreland bought of Grove The Lucania broke the western recby the Legislature and as the editor proand as it does so the people are nat C. Kennedy 12 butcher cattle at 2 to 2c, fessed to be a good citizen and a chris- ord. Her time was 5 days, 13 hours and urally becoming democratic in politic?; and a load of hom at 5ic. He bought of tian he would haye to decline to become 23 minutes, or 50 minutes less than that In the 21 churches composing the various parties 2G0 lambs at 2 to 3c per a voluntary law breaker. The letter has of the Paris. Tate's Creek Association of United Bap- pound, also a few 1,100 pound feeders at MORELAND, KY.. C. Marshall Foree, of Shelby, has created quite a sensation, as even with During 3 cents. tist there are 2,C53 members. We have opened up a nice line ol the law the "code" is frequently resorted been appointed deputy first auditor of the year ending Aug. 25, thero were Bidding was slow on tho household to in tho settlement of differences in the the treasury, on the recommendation of by Baptism 139, by letter 5S and and kitchen furniture and farming Gov. McCreary. Old Dominion. relation 3, making a total of 200; there implements offered by M. E. Cox and Fourteen head of Palo Alto trotting was a decrease by letter, expulsion and poor prices were realised. Horses Hold creSeveral years ago a sensation was stock were sold under the hammer at death of 111, making a net increase of at $30 to $1)2; 1 colt for $10.25 and a mule ated by a baby being left on the door Lexington Saturday at the extremely low 8'J. We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we are marking for $17.50. Corn in the field brough1 etep of Judge Van Young, afterwards average of 100. Rov. John T. Jack, of Washington, colt down lower than t:vcr. f $1.70 per barrel. judge of Jthe superior court. It was a Frank Watts, who claimed to have D. C, is so much opposed to the liquor Director's Flower, the heretofore pretty child with an intelligent face and been robbed $S00 in Cincinnati, was ar traffic that he is not at all time s able to Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you was distanced at money. unbeaten the judge and his wife, who bad no issue rested in St. Louis for robbing a Mt. contain himself. Some days ago he was week by Gun Macey's . decided to adopt it as their own, after Vernon, Ohio, bank of $1,500. We arc opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. charged with smashing liquor exhibits Evansvillo last CutGlaas. Best time 2:201. Cut Glass reading the note pinned to it requesting Wc have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. Georgetown has raised her whisky at the World's Fair and he is now in jail that they do so. It now turns out that license from $250 to $500. There are 18 for throwing a rock through a largo plate is by Onward and sho is said to have fe old that Director's the child Iwaa the offspring of the illicit saloons there and the probability is that glass into a in Washington been the only Flower's owner fcaied. attachment of Col. Breckinridge and the number will be greatly diminished. and doing some $500 damage. A very large crowd attended court Miss Pollard and it is to cut quite a figThe Christian Endeavor organized A. F. Lamon, a baggagemaster on ! ! : ure in the trial of the suit. Tho boy is the L. & N. railroad, was Bhot and seri- Sunday afternoon by tho electiou of P. yesterday, but tho business dono was Thero wero not in correspondence. called Stoddard Young, is in his 9th year ously injured by his son, Givens I.aman, M. McRoberts, Esq., president, Miss and most and said to resomble his father very because he refused to give him mtmey Lucy A.Johns, Miss Al- some 50 cattle on;tho market of them sold. Mountain cattlo brought Walnut anc Oak Eight Day Clocks, strikingly. $2. 50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. ice Holmes, treasurer, and James Beaz- with which to continue a drunk. to 2i; butcher etulf 2 to 2J; All the cases growing out of the ley, secrotary. Rev. W. A. Slaymaker from Prices knocked silly on In the twoibranchea of Congress there A few horses changed e Feud, in Perry county, for tho committee appointed to pre- feeders f30. are 82 soldiers and only hands at $17 to $5S. GJ soldiers. The reason that transferred by the Legislature to Clark pare thum, read the constitution and byThe Kentucky Futurity for many more confederate soldiers are county, have been filed away on condi- laws which were adopted. Tho next ho worth $5,000, was won at Lexbe held Presbyterian hoaored than union is obvious. In the tion that the participants go and sin no meeting will Sunday at the v. m. ington Saturday by Nellie A.; Ella WooJ-linat 3 There church next South tho best men went to war in sup- more. second. Best time 2:201. Pamlico And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, In Springfield, 111 , Lillian Lewis, the are now over 50 members. port of a principle. The union force won the 2:15 class, with Hazel Wilkes was composed to a large extent of for- actress, upbraided her husband for givFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. second. Best time 2:11. Dr. SparkB. eigners and men who entered the army ing her gloomy lines, retired to her great campaigner, was dis S. J. Euibry sold to I. E. Lynn 18 the former for the money there was in it. In every dressing room and took two shots at hertanced in the third and last heat. In revolver. No dam- hogs at 5. community in the South the men who self with. a the 2:11 class May Marshall won in Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash age was done, as her corset steel stopped G. A. Siler sold to Joseph Anderson fought for the lost cause are the leading with you. straight heats, Blanch Iouise second. lfi ewes at $3.33. citizens, not so much because fchey so one bullet and the other missed her. time 2 0!). Spencer Wilkes beat Best Mrs. Dora Meter, of Columbus, O , F. F. Sandidge sold to J. C. Johnson fought, but because tl y are the brains Jay Morse and a field full in the 2:35 while ascending a flight of stairs to see a oar load of hogs at (5c. and dependence of th e communities. class. Best time 2.26. Tho fast time in her dress maker, Baw an open door and E. P. Woods bought of variops all of the racei Bhows that tho reconBooker Reed has accepted the nomi- she became curious to see where it led parties yesterday, 50 fat hogs at 5 . struction of the track Iiuh helped it wondemocrats and de to. She stopped in and losing her footnation of John Rout sold to Joe Coffey a derfully and also that the crack horses signing republicans for mayor of Louis- ing fell 50 feet down the elevator shaft, punch of yearling cattle at L'J cents. of the land are at Lexington. ville. " His whiskers" have been grow- killing her instantly. Her curiosity had Robert Earl, who lives on Dix River, Sins a son: of common aeiuc, MY ing from bad to worse for some time and more than once caused her to come near sold 150 barrels of corn at 2 in the A minil thai' J full of try, man whi know a thinif or two no man has fallen faster or lower in pub- losing her life. field. And ihuw It in his eye Tho victims' of tho storm on the lic estimation than tho ex mayor, who Who' well awaro the medicine E. P. Woods bought of W. II. JohnThat' be t for you and me managed the affairs i)l Louisville so well coast of Louisiana number 2,011, so far son 14 head of cattle at 3 always )r l'rfcc'a Medical Discovery for a time that he had many favorable as can be ascertained. Between COO and cents. You on etcape jutt about Goods are- the illi that suggestions that he was fit gubernatorial 700 vessels wero wrecked and the leas at Tho Harrodsburg Democrat reports lleth It heir to, by boinc readv for them. When of mru" generally-th- en timber. But Booker is rising now for sea is estimated at 12S. The total prop- sales of 00 cattle, 1,050 to 1,400 pounds, at you fell dull, languid, "out of them you may know that some ire the third and last time. The waves of erty loss is now estimated at $5,320,000. 3 to 31. I'oii't ft them Ret any lurther. Ilrace the ) item up with Dr. I'rkf's Golden Medical Disoblivion will Boon hide from view his A relief association has been formed at The great Dobbins was beaten at covery. I hjt proenli 11 well at curet: It in. and Mdncyt, purifiet and tall and angular form and the wind blow New Orleans. The L. A N. estimates its Morris Park Saturday by Sir Excess, a vigoratet the livertharpem the blood, the appetite, impiotci loss at $200,000. no more through his whiskers forever. ami lettoret health add vigor. 10 to 1 shot. I di;eitUa 6 OB 8 PAGES. take tliu bit in his mouth and force tho democratic majority in the Senate to He has givon shoot or give up tho Staxi-oki)- , Ky., OcToncn 10, 185)3 notice that after Rim. Wednesday's next meeting he will ask that the session be continued till a vote on the repeal bill is W. P. WALTON. taken. Congress baa been in session over two mouths now and certainly that has been enough and much too much talk. The time for action has long since arrived. Let Senator Voorhees, tlio acEVEKTT Js'JEi.XIDJL.ir. knowledged leader in the Senate, seo that the people's demand is respected. unu-sua- 1 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal At last Senator Voorhees has deckled I IS MARRM6E A FAILURE? at II. MILLER.. We'll Convince You a Doubt About 7c, fjc; Fas-cmato- HARVEY F. lot It rs ne MAKE NO MISTAKE THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. STOVES g a, W. H. WEAREN & CO. k STOVE REPAIRS : yes-ipnln- v HEATING STOVES Great Clearance Sale. Ze-nob- ia hot-ubad- kd n. SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. n, IR. KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods re-rei- ved Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, bar-roo- m gUTC FREWITT. CYCLONE REDUCTIONS vico-preside- nt, French-Eversol- ex-unio- n s, e, Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Danks, The Jeweler. sore-hea- d V 1,100-poun- ene-hul- f 3STEW CrOOZDS FA1LIL WINTER g com-lUt- f. All In. et Come and See. H. J. McRQBERTS. fcWiiil'i K ntfttit mt tJ?.l rAtfsij, J"" 'yju'ij ttw, KSi. , rt., ilm;m'S-r-'v- -i' 'Hi'y'iynilW' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., E. C. - Octoiikr 10, 18JU Walton, MEANS Business Manager BUSINESS. Hut your school bookH and school supplies oi nil kinds nt A. R. l'ennylH. Watches, clocks nml iowelry repaired nnd wnrrnnted. EtiKrnvintt a specialty, nt A.H. Penny's. Tiik soda water syrups nt A. It, Penny' nro mndu with pure fruit juices nnd nro delightful. Try them. PERSONAL "POINTS.' I von Fibii is visiting at Crab Orchrad. Mns. Iioitnuits has gone to Texas on a Casiiieh J. V. Hockkk tells us thnt Harvey Helm. fctock in the Hustonville National sold Kvkiivtiiino in the jewelry lino cheap last week at $111. for cash nt Penny's. Tiik bridge nt rottinger's creek ho.B been rebuilt nnd trnlllc has decn resumed Any one desiring to raise hill onions can secure tho hpI'J or onions either by without the transfer. calling on Fiulding Thurmond. It was 111 years ago Sunday since the famouB bnttlo of Perry ville, the soverett Tun L. A X. will sell tickets to Louis villo on account of tho races, 0th to 14th in this section, was fought. inclusive, nt 1$ fares, Rood to return on Marshal Dkver, of Hustonville, and the lMh. Beecher Adams brought Jim Baldock to From the numhor of cnttlo and other jail yesterday to serve 10 days and pay a . stock that tho sheriirdrives through tho fino of 2."i for drawing n pistol ou J. Btreets every day, taxes must ho pretty Allen. hard to collect. Ws aro after you with a fino lino o f Wb are receiving our largu stock of wedding presents in sterling and silver fall goods this week. Will all bo In by pinto just in this afternoon. Come and tho last of tho week. Call and examine. eee eyen if you don't want to buy. DankB tho jeweler. Severance A Son. (Jottngo on m m Fok Kknt. KiRt Main at. Bailey to Mr. II. D. Gregory, which oc- curs at the Christian church at Oct. 18. 10 A. m., wj visit. "7 1 There was never nalittlebueiness done For Hbnt. A cottngo of three rooms, kitchen and cellar, with good cistern; sit- nt n county court where so mnny people Danville. on Lancaster street. Inquire nt nttended as hero yesterday. People, who Miss Annik Halk is visiting friends in uated Higgins it Watts' coal office. have tho money, put up a talo of woe Danville. about the hard times, and kept it in their Mita. A. W. Montoomkiiy is down from Without a doubt DankB tho Jeweler pockets. Laurel on business. has tho newest, neatest and nobbiest for lino of watches, jewelry, etc.. In StanMiss Sun Woods) leaves Two Killkd. The Knoxville Branch Mllleraburg College. of the L. A N. hnssuflored another terriPrices to suit the people. ford. Jctxiit V. K. Vak.non has returued Friday morning about ble accident. Tiik remnlns of Mr. B. W. Short,which 4 30 o'clock, as freight No. 32 was comfrom a visit to Cincinnati. Mns. McLean, of Naslryille, was the have lain in the vault since his death, ing down tho New Hope Grade, in broke wero removed yesterday by his guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays. in three pieces, tho caboose stopping on Mr. 0. J. Thompson, who took them Potlngor'n Creek bridge. Mips Louibk Bailky is quite sick with In it was to Wayland, N. Y., for final interment. sleeping Engineer Andrew Burke in an attack of malarial fover. mm Mit. Thomas Cherry and wife, of Ix)ok at your label, see how much you charge of tho two dead engineers which Brodhcad, were heru yesterday. aro behind and send us tho money. Wo collided near Hazel Patch. Another secKd Waddlk. of (Somerset, has been are tired of waiting. This is meant for tion of 32 was following close and the guest of his sweetheart heru. signal could bo given engine everybody who ia in arrears, bo tako Mn. ,1. C. Hammonds, of Hubble, went 203, with Tommy Higgins nt tho throttle, heed and govern yourself accordingly. to Louisville yesterdny to buy goods. struck it under a full head of steam. It NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mils. W. 1. Giumics spent several days SriT. W. F. McClaiiy has received n knocked it ofT tho bridgo and went down with her mother, Mr.B. W. Givens. check from tho treasurer for $0,790.81 itself, carrying Mr. Higgins and Mr. Tongs, Pokers, &c. Mit. and Miis. G. W. Evans, of Gar- with which to pay tho 10 per cent, duo Burke to an awful death. The engine rard, spent yesterday with friends hero. teachers nnd this is to notify them that and 12 cars tvero piled in a confusod Mn. J. Fi.ukik KoiiiNBON mil leave in ho will be reaJy to disburse noxt Satur- mass at tho bottom of tho creek and it R. D. BRUCE a few days to spend tho winter in Colum day, 1 1th. was 12 hours or more before tho bodies If Agent for the Jones Lock Wire Fence and It is bus, Ga. Fireman Joo Rout, oi renounced by the Karn ers to be the belt Wire wero found. Tiik Danville Advocate is respectfully Rowland, was on tho second section nnd ? ence hi the world; no cutting, no snascing; pig lieu Ksulkman nnd Charlie Green tight and bull strong Cnl on I. M llruce at LinDAY AFTER DAY BRINGS US have returned from a courting trip to informed that tho Keeley euro in jumped when ho saw tho danger, but Stanford or address It. D llruce at Danville, Ky 4 coln county is maintained for tho beneSpringfield. Engineer Higgins refused to do bo, sayDanville HORSE-SHOEINMn. V. K. Clrllano nnd wife, of Mer fit of prohibition towns like ing ho could knock oil tho caboose. Mr. done It back of Yragtr &t Yeager't and Lancaster, where, singularly enough, Higgins waa one of three brothers, all liable, yuvo an cer, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. kioa 01 wagon anu DUCKY ic- a large number of cases of tho whisky pairing. Give me a call. J.G AIUtfNS, G. Kastlaud. railroad men, and was an excellent la in Stauford, Ky. habit are contracted. If this county has young man. Air. , late of Lancaster, is in J. I'.tiAMim-KiiBurko was also a good wo have failed Washington trying to eecuro tho posi- ever had a patient there man. Ho lived in Louisville and leaves to hear of it. a wife and three children. Mr. Higgins tion of bank examiner. The people shall not suffer for Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Having secured tho service ol Mit Mattic AlA iter 15 courts had taken cognizance was unmarried. Mn. Clarence Thommok, after a week Lon Parsons was con len from Cincinnati ns Trimmer for this eason, 1 with friends here, left for his home in of the murder by lLCPassmoreof Rich- ductor on tho rat nnd Win. Butcher on cordially invite the ladies to inspect a carefully Hats, or anything in our line. Notwithstanding the hard times, prices to suit the tclectrd stock ol Millinerr Louisville Sunday. ard Paxton at Harrodsburg, at n cost to tho second section. The bridge wnH times. The Misses Webster, at Indianapolis, have of Miss Annie Shanks left for tho State of 30,000, he was acquitted badly damaged and all passenger trains charge of the Dress Making Department aud are new ready toerve the ladlei. yesterday whero alio will visit Mrs. Lin- Saturday. Tho first jury stood seven for for 72 hours hail to transfer. .miss L.HU11. nr.AL.r.1, Sunford,Ky. coln nnd MiM May AdatiiM. life imprisonment, four for hauging nnd Tiik beat peoplo of the town attended Verily tho law's deonu o one for acquittal. Lawhr.m-Dinkensi'Iki Mil. J73. given at Walton'a OpAnd see the good time approach. Money getting plenty everywhere. the clover salesmen nt tho Ixuisvillu lay is tho criminal's hope of finally get- the entertainment REPORT OP THE CONDITION era House by tho Heywood Celebrities, Country Banks sending it to Louisville to loan. Don't let them do ting out of it inesheH. (tore, spent Sunday in Louisville. OF Saturday night, but there wero not a MlHMtaEilMA AND A 1. 1. IK JoNKS, wllO this, but bring it to us and buy some cheap goods to comfort the Col. Silas Adams has Introduced a bill sufficient number of them, however, to THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, have been visiting Mrs. J. M. Co trey i AT STAN FOK D, body. Wc have bought many goods during the panic for cash at swell the receipts to the amount the to pay Gen. T. T. Garrard, of ManchesIn the State of Kentucky, at the close of business returned to Monticello yesterday. managers had guaranteed, and as usual panic prices and we intend to give our customers the benefit of them. ter, f 13.7UO 70 for his salt workB and Oct. 3, 1893 Mk. M. Sai.in(ii:ii, of Louisville, was bushels of salt destroyed by order of they wero left with tho bag to hold. Come and examine before buying. Lift up your heads and don't go up yesterdny helping tho hoyH in tho RESOURCES. Gen. Buell 20 year3 ago this month. A Some how or other our people will not Loans and discounts $J7357 79 through life grand rush ut the Louisville storo. number of other beneficiaries nro named patronize as well aa they should perform Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 3,363 33 M irs km Mahy Alcorn nnd Mary llrure 50,000 00 in tho bill, whoao claims run from 5500 ances of thia kind, although they be first- - U S IVornli to secure Circulation leave to day for tho World's Fair under Stocks, securities, claims, etc a 14.379 02 Tho colonel thinkB tho class in every particular aa tho to $10,500. the chaperonaco of Mr W. 11. Higgins. from approved resent: agents 3.4?9 S wero. It was indeed n musical Due from other National Hanks.. claims are just and will uso every effort Due Mn J. A. Kstks, tho heat turnpike ?ilo 88 favorable action on them. and elocutionary treat and all who at- Due from State ltanksand Hankers 41a 50 president in Kentucky, nnd his pretty it secure furniture and fixtures, tended enjoyed it thoroughly, for each of 9,150 00 The light is breaking everywhere, especially with us. Come and daughter, Mijw Mnttte, wero hero SaturWillie Hansford, n negro hoy the performers is a star of great mag- Current expenses and taxes paid Rait, 1,43a 70 t You can afford to buy our goods with day. 674 71 let us show it to you. of It, was tried Saturday for criminally nitude. Miss Mary Itoso Hughes has a Checks and other ca.ti items other Hanks prices to correspond with the low 2,135 llilh ol Mns. Adklia Woods and Miss lieulah nftsaultlng Mollio Hrooka, a dilapidated wheat money. Wc have made clear, sweet, dramatic soprano voice, Fractional paper currency, nickels and VanArsdnle, of Hustonville, wero here and very soiled white woman of tho prices of farm products. o thoroughly trained nnd her rendition of 7 cents yesterday nnd paid this ollico a pleasant town, and held in 1100 to circuit court II Sogno 7i67 7J and Angels' Serenade waa the Specie 5,784 00 call. to answer. There ia not thought to be refinement of melody. In the latter .tal tender notes Redemption fund with U S. Treasurer Mus Mauuie Owsley has returned much in the ense, though oven a woman we think, however, that the violin a,ajo co 5 per cent of circulation from Nashville, where sho left her sister, of the Hrook'e standing have rights that obligatn ia played too loudly for perfect improved in a negro or white man either for that Mihs Kmma, very much $375.97 9 accord and wo would anggeat that Prof. Total UAUIUTILS. health. matter, dnro not attempt to nbridgo. Xeidziclski, who is a grent musician, ueo Capital stock $200,000 00 " -. Mr. S. G. Kennedy, chief train dis.. 31,300 00 A I.AWIK number of tho Odd Fellows a mute on his violin. Misa Hughes is a Surplus fund- patchers Itussellville, was on yesterday's 2,646 So of Grand lady of rare beauty, in fact all tho ladiea Undhided profits AND train en route to visit his sister's at Mt. here will go to tho meeting tho 4S,ooo 00 of tho company aro very handsome. In National Hank Notes outstanding. leaving on Lodge at Ijxington deposits subject to check..... 99,308 97 Individual Vernon, by the Uni- addition ton clear and resonant contral- Tune certificates of deposit 6,Soo 00 Mu. and Mrs. C. J. Thompson have tho 15.23 a. si. train, escorted 1,314 60 will to voice, which alio uses with the forco Due to other National Hanks moved to lAxington to live, greatly to formed Stanford Gold Band. They 86 95 Hanks and Hankers ........ be joined at Danville by the lodge there, of an accomplished artist, Miss Gertrudo Due to State rediscouneed tho regret of many friends mado during 5,S4o i3 Notes and bills Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. elocuwhich will pay half tho cost of the band. (lighter is a reader of remarkable their Btay here. tionary ability and her contributions to Total 9 Miss Kate Wiiitk left yesterday for A big day is expected, na Gua Jaubert were ) furnishes tho burgoo and other things to the overling's entertainment STA'IE OF KKNTUCKV, New York to prepare herself for tho ' ) County of Lincoln, work in China. Highly compli- tickle the inner man and tho Lexington thoroughly appreciated. Sho is remark I.John J McKubcrt, cashier of above named beHank, do solemnly swtir that that the abo e statementary resolutions of her appear in lodge ia going to put tho big pot in tho ably gifted in personal charms and came exceedingly popular with the audi- ment is true to the best of my knowledge and le little ono. this paper. JOHN J McKOHERTh. Cashier. o l.f. ence. Misa Belle Daily has a rich Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3d dav MibSKS Li.tE DiiYEnnd Lucy Giveua Tiik Pinevillo Messenger convova thia li H COOPER, C I.. C. C. vnico of reraarkablo volume of Oct , 1B93 nnd Meesrs. J. B.Cook nnd George Brad- unpleasant information: Mr. Kdward Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. J. S. HoCKhH, though sympathetic and touching. Sho Dll W. HA UK.N, ley, of Hustonville. attended the perfor- II. Jones, tho groceryman of J S T. llARR of tho Now England Conmance given by Heywood's (Jelohritie s thia place, tiled a deed of assignment on ia a graduate Saturday night. Tuesday lRBt, his brother, J. Cabell Jonea servatory of Music, which haa never at Walton's Opera House REPOHT OF THE CONDITION .vuon, of Nnpn, Cal , being made ussigneo. Tho liabilities aro turned out an inferior pupil. Ono of her Mrs. J. M Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. songs, "Swinging in tho Grape THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. who has not seen her sister, Mrs. W. A. estimated at about f&00 and asseta encoro catching littlo Haymaker for 'JO years, arrived yester- somewhat smaller, consisting of a lot of Viue Swing," ia n very In the Statu of Kentucky, at tho close of business productiou uud alio sings it most accepOct. 3, 1893 day to visit her. Sho is accompanied niitfltnmlirir accounts and the stock of tably. Miss Henrietta Zimmerman ia a by her beautiful daughter, Miss Margagooda remaining in the store. Ed Jonea RESOURCES. very excellent cornotiat as well aa a capiret, and son, William G. Thompson. cmno huro from Stanford about tho first '101,1(3 67 Loans and discounts She haa a fino atago tal pianist. Miss Mary Rochester, who is as pret- of the present year and opened a grocery . Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. i,ui 31 ami ia a real miatreaa of the instru US Houds to secure circulation 11,50000 ty as alio is lovable, lelt yesterdny for Btoro nnd butcher's shop. Hu always ment aho uses. Misa Kntherino Craw Due from approved reserve agents 5,333 '5 Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; warcroom, paint Independence, Mo. after n delightful kept a stock on hand and did 6,503 26 ford, the pinni8t and reader, ia possessed Due Irom other National Hanks. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to ordei. summer Bpent with her cousin, Miss a good business. The credit Byatem 934 56 of decided talent and ia sure to become a Due from Statu Hanks and Hankers Ikinktng house, furniture and fixtures.. Mattio Rochester, and other relatives. however, proved too much for tho pros 1,500 00 favorito. Tho violinist, Uerr C. J.Xeid- - Current expenses and taxos paid 697 38 A largo delegation of young people went perity of his business. zielski, is n superior performer aa hia Checks and other cash itoms ai 30 to bid her a renretfnl adieu. to the train 4,730 00 Xi'MKitous wills wore admitted to pro- rendition of several difficult pieces dem- Hills ol other llank. 5?Sign Work, artistic and plain. We guarantee A specialty. Fractional paper currency, nickels and CITY AND VICINITY. bate in tho county court yesterday. !) onstrated. Tho instrument fairly talks work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. 30 C4 flits long ono dated und6r his manipulation and hi8 eflorta Specie G. Slaughter made co 13,74 CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky Nkw candles nt A. A. Warren'e. applauded aa were those of Ueal tender note 4,000 co March:), 1S8I, but in a codicil bearing wore roundly dnto of Jan. 1, 1SSD, ho revokes it all nnd the entire company, all of whom grace Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer Mined eplccsnt A. A Warren's. 5 per cent, of circulation en5350 leaves hie property unconditionally to fully respouded to the loud and long enjoy- Total. accouut. A. It. Penny. Pay your $161,894 iS Mary K. Slaughter, whom ho cores. It was an evening of rare iiir "" hiawifo, MBJMasav. r I.IAIIII.ITIES. appoints executrix without security. ment anil the management is glad that Leave at thia scMSsyVrksss&tsssVMSSssssHBjat I.08T. Gold medal. sssniL $je,ooo eo peoplo the opportunity of Capital stock paid ill Considerable claiuiB being presented it aflbrded the office. fund Surplus 15,000 00 against the estate, Mil V Mcltoberts, as attondlng oven nt n pecuniary loss. Mrs. Undivided profits s.8S7 3J NKwIotof 'eij;ler boots and shoes just counsel for tho ownera of them, moved Wm.JHeywood mnnages tho company National Hank note outstanding 11,150 io Shanks'. very Individual deposits subjoit to check received at S. II. 79.55S 04 that Mrs. Slaughterbo required to givo and the Walton Bros, found her a busi33$ gi Dai) toother National Hanks. heating security and tho rnattor was continued satisfactory lady with whom to do Oall nnd aeo that lino of before until Bho could do bo. Tho will of Lea-li- ness. . .$161, S94 iS 'lutal etoveantW. H. WearenA Co.'a I B. Wilson was proved by subscribing J. W. Mocker, Cashier of the above named MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. . huyinK. Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement W. S. and X. A. Garner witneaaea. .1 hargalua MiaB Elizabeth Elkinu, the daughter Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. na administrators of L. D. GarTub peoplo are Slitting great qualillod .yiMcqfcHslcfl MuiwBw llJMItssssSX J.W. HOCKEK.Casher. Klkins, ia to marry .Mr. atl'ecny's in watches, clocks, jewelry ner, Sherifl' J. N. Menefee of Mra. Sallie of Subscribed and sworn to before me this ;th and silverware. Parsons and W. G. Haggard of Gentry K. V. Brunor, a prominent New m r day ol Oct., 1S93. J. II. HOCKKR, N. P. L. C. broker. $ Haggard. W. S. Burch waa given a cer Htmii. Alcok.v, R. D. BnucK was hero yesterday Mil. Fivo huudred invitations have been Directors. J. W. Powell, tificate of honesty, and probity prepara exhibiting the Jones Lock wire fence. J II. IIhoa'n, ' iBaued to the marriage of Miss Louise application for law license. tory to See ad. on thia page. Mna. W. 0. HuTtiiixus is visiting in m to-d- ay son-in-la- Tho marriage of Mr. William Severance, of this place, to Mies Mary Carroll Pickett ia announced to occur at tho homo of her father, Col. Jus. A. Pickett, At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giand in Shelby county, Nov. 1. Miss Annio ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the panic-scarremanufacturers and importers are dumping their products as Shanks is to be maid of onor and Eld. fast as they can, which mean that prices arc now being JoeSovenance, Jr., best mnn. Miss Bettie, daughter of Mr. Win. McCormack, played her parents a trick the other day. Sho left home, saying that Bhe would visit n relative before leaving for Texas to teach school, but instead she met her lover, Ben Bryan, nnd Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and I am happy to say to one and all that went with him to Danville, whero they sell them far below old prices. were married at tho Clemens Houbc. I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. They then lelt for the World's Fair and They are new and fresh; no old stock or second hand goods, rotten aro now enjoying their honeymoon with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the manufac Tho bride is n very fino turers. Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands there. young lady, quito protty and calculated of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton Sc yard. Men's Calf Shoes to make a good wife. Mr. Bryan is a $i, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c worthy young carpenter, who stands worth Si. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1.25. Ladies' Button very highly in tho estimation of nil who Shoes 90c, worth $1.50. The largest and best selected stock of know him. Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. Tho Massachusetts Republican con- of Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, vention nominated ex Congressman Greenhalge, tho candidato of tho State machine, for Governor. Tho old Metropolitan Theater building, Louisville, was nearly destroyed by fire. Tho first floor was occupied as a livery Btnble by E. I. Everaon & Co. fiftyfour horses were roasted alive. Personally Senator Goebel is sullen, morose, uncompanionable, envioun. dictatorial nnd vindictive. His predominating sentiment is selfishness, his most prominent characteristic, mendacity. Covington Commonwealth. d THE HARD TIMES ARE OVER over-loade- d 3LAUGHTESBKB JAMES FRYR Hustonville. ut .(HEATING ! rannnvric AlJrOJ tOJJMJ m m Stove Pipe, Elbows, Zinc, Coal Hods, Shovels, Attention, Farmers, M'KINNEY BROS. : G I horsc-thoein- g 1 TO THE LADIES. WW STUFF. 11 Lift Up Your Heads! -- ii. m m m 30,-00- 0 Hey-wood- CRYING HARD TIMES. 50-ccn- m ' Danklng-hout- e, HUGHES & TATE. 1 m BlHICJGf BOCIKB.s SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Wo Bo MoBOBJEBTS, CAMPBELL AUSTEN", Fro'rs. to-da- 375.t-9- mis-Mona- ry mezzo-sopran- ") well-know- n NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, prea-enc- o . tlrst-clae- s House Painting and Paper Hanging 1 11 m m m "SrrVasBasf e MmSWmM fffiff mWM imm&WBM r taaSfeMMItAMBsssssssBC ill fill 'mfe TEttSkii York-Bloc- k ") V rta7TiTT', . s Uall)tglallifflyy fe&&f4k. USS-- -. -- &.- jiinwasviv us' L.it u Seki-Weekl- y Interior Journal rvnd HOW THLY PARTED. Published Every Tuesday Friday a pick. yica.ii -- AT Vdn not no pud gtH.BO will ir advanck tie charged." K.C.LCCAL TIME CARD. Train nave Rowiand at 7:00 a. m., returning at 5:10 p.m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Lical freight North.... .936 am ' South. ..J 07 pm The latter traini alio carry paiicngeri. Th abcve it cilculiteri on itandard time Solar i me is about so minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Mail tram going North South., Express train " South... ' ' North.... u 11 7 pm 133pm 51 pm I................ Under clrcuuiMancHM audi There was only Iioikj In flight. Mcnmvhllo ho was forced to prance With her through the dreamy italic O'er tlio Imllrootn's pay oxp.inso, Vainly striving to bo Kf". Just bocnuso sho chnnccd to I Daughter of his hosted, ho Had to bear her t) rnnny, WUhlng ho was miles an ay. When nt last ho gained tho door. Kager to Imj freo onco more. ItndJant was thosmllo she wore A sho softly said, "Goodhy." Adding In a whisper low, While her cheeks ero nil a glow, "Tomorrow I'll be home, you knowl" "Ah." ho answered. "So will I." Onco a Week. Tho Wrong Man. Sho had In Id her subtluei snares To entrap him unawares In tho ballroom on the ntnirs Sho had cornered him that night. Ho could not escnpo her clutch. Though ho wanted to so much! to New Orleaus Express, 11 ij a. m ; No. 7., Local, ti.la p. m.; No. 9 , Hlue Grass Vestibule, 8.40 p. M. North bound -- No. 1, Vestibule Limited, 6.4S p. m. ; No. ., Fast Mail, 7.51 p m. ; No. 6 , Chlga-c- o Limttrd, 1.17 a. m , No. 8., Local, 2.35 1. tit.; No. iu, rttue Grass Special, 6 a m. Trains past Junction City as follows: sSouth'bound. No. t , Vestibule Limited, 11.50 , inicago Limited, 3.5c a. m.; no. 3., a. m ; 5 r - 'oyai o&mncr Absolutely flfc W m "Gues3 you're mistaken, young felFEED AND SALE STABLE, ESTATE & Mrs. Belle Rogers, of Louisvllle.who low." AGENT, Is the action ol bo8 been pronounced of unsound mind, theacsnd'date for juler, subject. to "Mistaken? Not much! I'd know you democracy. At John Mjncftc's new brick on Depot sticrt, b Room i, Parmtrs Kschange lUnk. a milo off. You'ro Thomas Easley of labors under tho peculiar hallucination Wheelersburg. Used to call you Tom that she is 1,500 years old. A cream of tarter baking pow- when wo were boys together" W. RAMSEY, Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacder. Higest of all in leavening Is a e jndidate for JalL'r, subject to theJ;action ol Who will at all times In glad to accommodate all "No, you didn't. My namo isn't Eas All co Farms in tho Blue-Gras- s the old Jefferaonlan democracy. strength. good rigs at reasonable rates, My'Iluswill Latest United States ley, and I don't know where Wheelers Those who have used Freo with Dr King's New Discov cry know its value and those who have not. hate 18 meet all K. C. trains. Government Food Report. burg is." now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the adAlways for sale. A No Timber Lands in th moun J i B. vertised druggist and get a tiial bottle free. Send "Yon'ro not Tom Easley?" SPLENDID KAUM tains for sale. Correspondence solicited. your name to 11. E. llucklcn & Co , Chicago, and 00., "No, sir. I never heard of Tom Eas- get a tnal bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol aa 106 Wall St., New York. ley. My name is Absalom Reinhart, and well as a copy of Guide to Health and HousehnM the Democracy. instructor ree. All of which is puir.nlro.1 in I live in Greenup." you good and cost you nothing at A. R Penny's twill sell privately A. S. KbsE W. W. HAYS, Tho smiling young man withdrew in drugstore PIRE AND STORM SURGEON DENTIST. evident iwrplexity. Is a candidatelor alter, subject to the action ct My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, Soo tho World's Fair for 15 Cents "Must havo got switched off on somo Office over McRoberts Drug Store lnthe n the dctuociacv. Upon receipt of miles South of Stanford. This firm Ntuated addiess cents in Owsley Building. other fellow," ho muttered as ho turned postage stamps ve your mall youand ij Suenir Isina high state of cultivation and has plenty of will our ... .Representing.. .. Stanford Portfolio of tho World's Columbian Esposition. best ol water All in grass but 40 acres. Has the another corner. "But it's all right Mr. sue HAMPTON, the very best of improvements regular price is 50c, but as we wantvouto Reinhart will do just as well." w. Ws HANS, Manlord, Ky haveomiweinske the price nominal Vou will Is candidate Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; 47 tl Meantime the stranger pursued his iiou it a work, ot Art and a thing to bo prued. It thea dcmoctacy. for Jailer, subject to the action 01 JO. contains full page views ol the i;rcat buildings, Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; way leisurely down tho 6treet, nnd five wlthdescrlpticiisof same and is executed In tho minutes later ho was confronted by a niKnesisiyicoiari. 11 not satisfied with it after Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; SAM M. OWENS, stamps and third young man with an engaging smile. vou get it we win reiund tne E. liucklen litla, ,V Address II. Ins. Co. of North America. LOGAN AVENUE, Is a candidate fo. Sheriff of Lincoln county, tub "Hellol Why, this is my old friend, Chicago, III. All of which ate ject to the action of the democratic I rimary. Companies. I wouU Absalom Reinhart. How aro you, Ab? tie . I crhaps some of our readera would hie to know ait o nmv (rirn.1. in n.i " w. .1 ... pleased tow issucu. win insure -- rainst torna. i..... How aro things in Greenup?" in what respect Chamberlain's Cough Rented ,.,Uin,,ur 1a does, wind storms and lightning better than Always '.sells goods lower than anyone else in Ktmng claus We D. tell "I don't know you, sir. My namo is this remedy Is any other.soon as will cold you, When etatlaehnd without ..!.tt,nn.i .1,...! town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. a has Office at First National Dank, Stanford. not Absalom Reinhart, nnd I don't know contracted and taken aslt lias become settled Inbeen Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub before tbe system, it anything about Greenup. Never heard and greatlywill counteract the efftvi it nl ih. t.i ject to the action of the democratic primary. lessen its severity, anu is the only of it in my life." remedy that will do this. It nets in perfect harRed mony wnh nature and aids nature In relieving the "Say! Who aro yon anyhow?" lungs, opening tbe secretions, liquefying the muI will open on January 16th, 1S93, a Tho stranger handed him his card. It cus and causing its expulsion from the air cells of R.H. BRONAUCH, of Lincoln county and Is a Dairy, (rom which I can supply any quantity ot boro tho the lungs and restoring the system to a strong ard asks Candidate far Jailer following inscription: his friends not to commit themselves to any ersey milk to the people of Mantord and healthy Powder here?" "No, sir," replied tho stranger. "My namo is Thomas Easloy, and I'm from Wheelersburg." "I beg your pardou," rejoined tho other politely, "but tho resemblanco is so extraordinary that I thought I could not be mistaken." "That's all right. There's no harm done," said tho stranger, passing on. A lew minutes later ho was accosted by another smiling young man who met him' nt a street corner and stopped in great apparent nstonishment. "Why, how are yon, Tom? Bless me, who would havo thought of seoincr vou rtmnger nnd extending his hand. finiling young man, approaching "Isn't this my old friend Gnbriel of Franklin Furnncc?" said tho tho Com-ftoc- k lllg.tltii Apologised. WALLACE E. VARNON, "Big Jim" Curtter, tho famous Is a candidate for to the office of Conn-t- r tighter, died tho other day. Mark Strayed liominy faim near Gilberts Creek on Judge; subject to the action of democratic par- JELLICO, TENNESSEE, tho night of the sist, a pet yearling, black horse Twain in "Roughing It" tells n etory of ty. mule. Liberal reward will be given fur his return Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, his prowess. Twain's account woll illusProp. O II PERKINS, tome. 6 trates tho quiet but deep determination Gilberts Creek, Ky. l JAMES W. GIVENS of tho man. One evening Carttcr enter- Is a Candidate lor Th e best hotel In the city and the only one with ed n restaurant and unintentionally Bat Ject to the action olCounty Judge of Lincoln, sub. a Hide room fnr ilriinimra H.nii9 Hit.iiilAH the Democracy. to the traveling public Kates Jj, down on tho hat of u tall and athletics hot blooded young gentleman, who was O. with two or threo other equally hot spirA Flno Bluo-Cras- s Farm Tax-Payor- s. Is a candidate Tor Jailer, subject to the actum of ited companions. tho Democratic party lie would appreciate jour Within one mile of Stanford, containing 100 am. When Carttcr realized what ho had vote. o acres corn land Improvements now Electric lights and water in house and bain dono, ho apologized, straightened tho P" due nJ wW he colecteiT iu ,?"!.,te the Sheriff's office at the K T. KOCIILSTKK, Applv to ami uy special appointments as prescribed Iry the hat out to tho best of his ability nnd Stanford. Ky JOHN M. JOHNSON deputy Mienff U. P. New r.n,CiVi1"1U assurance on ins Honor as a Is a Candidate for 8 In Crab Orchard every Saturday. I Assessor of Lincoln county vm ww gentleman that it was not an intention- subject to the actlor. ol the Democratic party. JUi JurVX'SVCVJLS'A t .'U.i.yD.bu"f "nJ 0,,,,-- P"n fin I. i of. al affront, nnd iu a few modest words endeavored to appeaso tho wrath of tho Carriage Painter and Trimmer, it impoislblr i!,h"1T canvass "''keepipu has rendered A. GIVENS us for taaes this year. young man, who was in fact a worthy w.fl reAll "X.0?:1"'?0'0" u. iiv( mi allto the new be citizen, though n triflo inexperienced. Is a Candidate for SherlfT of Lincoln county, sub- pairedkinds of vehicles painted trimmed and strictly in conformance In style Plain and ornamental tete ject to the action of rTie Democratic party. t;vef' ?"?,.?.' signs. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanTJ10 man with tho broken hat insisted f,m whosflta, insun- ship and price. Shop on main street, over.Wm. uh ..otmwrlihist will find his ends advertised-that it was an outrago that could not bo lUugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. " ,.1 1. i.""" 1....1.."""ouie. ine forgiven, and taking off his coat challenged tho stranger to combat. Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to tho action tif Ihe iSnV's'VnlcV h"1 COAL ? '"" 'Jf i.'! "If wo must fight, wo mnst, I sup- the democratic party. en ent wnh the ta payers. Please profit by th, 01 Rowland, Stanford aud Vicinity: pose" said Carttcr slowly, as if undeand settle at once. pectluliv. cided what to do. "I don't liko tho J.N MhNErKE,.S. L. C. G. V. Having made arrangements with the East Ten idea, though, for I don't beliovo tha Is a Candidate I am now nesso Jellico Coal for alter, aublect to the actioo'of you Jelllco Coal Co., the lowest prepared toaell possible mar at wholo lot of you would havo any chance the Dcmoctacy, gin. I find that by paying cash and selling for THE P. 0. MILLINERY. with mo. Let me show you something." I can sell much cheaper, o come and see me cash and sec how little money will buy your Winter Quietly sitting down nt tho big table, M. supply ol this Coal, tlin best on the market. ho took hold of it with his teeth, and Thanking you fur past favors and soliciting a Call at the room and see the Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action cctitinuancc of same, I am respectfully yoms, bracing his knees against tho lower part S D.ADAMS, Kowlaud. of the democracy. of tho table raised it and its contents, and a big dinner for four, roast aud all, nnd Stock D. S. with his horse load stood erect. Or Millinery In town The goods and pncei ate When he put tho table on tho floor Is a Candidate for Assessor, subjecllto the actiou At tho well. known oM stand ol J, II. Gtcen, in bound to please you. to .MRS. P T. COUKTS. without spilling n drop from tho well of the Democratic party. - Kentucky, filled glasses, there was an oppressivo Hustonvillo, eirenco, which ho broke by baying: D. Would be clad to seo his numerous friends nnd how them his stock of goods consisting ol i'uriit "I havo already apologized. My namo Is a candidate for to the office of As. ttire, Saddlery, Hardware, llugglcs and fainting is ranter. .Lot's all tako a drink." sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the Implements. Give him a call. Nobody then refused. San Francisco democratic party. N1CHOLASVILLE, Jessamine County, Ky., ...STANFORD. Chronicle. No-vat-la P Stray Mulo. Th. Florono Hotel, For Sale or Roxvt. first-clas- s. r. HUFFMAN TO All court-hou- se Si-'- Tmiv ii tii.it J XLrjS-JSfirst-cla- r J. -- .. 1; tes -- DINK FARMER '""'." TO ItURNERS DEBORD I F. EEKIN, post-ofl.- 40-i- Largost BostSoloctod JNO. BRIGHT CARPENTER, E. KENNEDY, J. T. FARHA, IKSWE 47-o- W.L.DAWSON, UVm JPure Mi JOHN BAILEY, J. Pro'r., royal:bakingbpowder JOHN MERSHON For Sale Cheap Privately. il-i- 5'-3- 'n PRICE, H J. H. BAUGHMAN, INSURANCE AGENT PETER C. POWJSXtX., GENERAL STORE, Kciitticky Stanford, first-cla- T. NEWEAND, .......: K 11 First-Cla- ss T. J. HATCHER Duroc Jersey Swine - THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., How-an- d at the following prices, delivered: u l 'TEE Admitted. Halsey, Oregon "Since then I have used a great amount of medicine, but when I found any that A fragile woman sat in the dock. would gie me relief they would injure ray stomwith a crime. ach, NoticeKthe I graveling Public. Sho was charged fixed with burning in- luca Kuntil Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera andI Diar- emedy as brought to my notice. used Her glatico wna have had only tensity upon tho witness about to take it and will say it Is theno badremedy that gave me permanent relief and results follow." For sale by W II. McRoberts, Druagists, tho oath. Kv. "Do you swear" ropaintcd ai.d nicely furnished and At have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa Tho room was still as death save for " consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a loons in the State, open day and night; a night specific for croup. It is yery pleasant to take, man meets all trains. In connection with House the solemn tones of tho court. which is one of the most important requisites have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Stati "to tell tho whole truth?" where a cough remedy is intended for uso imonr and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs. The prisouer gasped and strained for children. have known cases of croun where G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erin, Telin . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. ward, with colorless lips and protruding know the life of a little one was raved by the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.1' J. J. La- D. E. Proctor, C. H. Braum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. eyes. jsoca, .eo. vjiiic, uruKEisi,sale by V. 11. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. Tl. Johnson, 50c bottles for "Yes." McRobertF, Drug New Haven, Jim Cox, Grcensburi;. Rates Ji per gist, Stanford. .day. J. M. I'etrey, clerk. Give me a call An awful shriek rent the air. The acOSoiy J. W CARRIER, Prop cused had started wildly to her feet. "Undone, undone," sho cried franticHOUSE ally. "Say, oh, say" With arms extended sho begged When Baby was sick, w gas her Cavtorl, sS1. B. RILEY.iProprletor, . m Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents Skimmed Milk, per gallon 10 cents 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips dally. The patronage ol the public is solicited j jl O. A. j'JtYTUN. r, Stanford, Ky REV. BEN THAYER, : Evangelist and Reformed Confidence Man. : condition. No other remedy in the marat home ket possesses these remarkalde properties No oat else, aa he is forced to stay action ol and woik the DemHis candidacy is subject to the other will cure a cold so quickly. For sale by W n. Mckoberts, Druggist, Stan-for- ocratic party. d. Crab Orchard, - Kentucky. Chicago Tribune. "During my term of service In the army I contracted chronic diarrhtca." savs A. E llsndine. of DR. W. B. PENNY llrecder and shipper of thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Swine A fine lot ol piirs lor sale, palis noakintf ilraired. subject to r gister Corres. pondenc solicited, 55""" JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now to tny charge and I intend to conduct 11 to as t but to add ?0.?ni miYn.U'? V',hii5h ol friends. Special ;ctomm0u. tions for commercial travelers and fin. rooms for the display of samples. Dentist. THE OLD MILLINERY Office South tide Main atreet, in office recea vacated by Dr. L, . Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Store I : For : Sale. """". Th.0 Sbolton Eouso, uJ lAlFlrst-Clas- s desire to sell my entire Millinery stock and good will and an immeliate applicant can Saloon Jellico Coal Co., Stan-or- d, .TACKSOIT SOUSE, SAM II Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS aitachta j7.lt JOSEPH COFFKV. 1 WAR.VACK.Pror. London, - - KENTUCKY. Secure a Bargain. 'The stock embraces everything and) Falls Branch 1 1 Refitted and refurnished and in every way prepared to attend the wants of the public Rales very reasonable 5ifm Minersaud shippers of the GENUINK The Stand Is a Good One. If not sold entire, would dispose of portions ol the "lock at reasonable figures, uivc me a cair. MRS. ANNIE WHAY BRICK. 1 Original Jellico Coal. IVT-0- Executor's Sale Ol ,. KTT.n'i . WArt ,b" 'oI c""Hr 6 0 c.tnu l0' (inrord "'I'0' " . . and .'and rail- - RILEY - Land, Stools s & Crop. I HIGCINS A WATTS. - pite-ousl- y. As executor ol 1 liouias D. Hill, dee'd, will on Commercial McKlNNEV. I 'London, Kentucky. I have moved ta my new Hotelland am bettar ("prepared than ever to accommodate the public. G4d.JL.ivcry attached and every convenience de uirea. Give me a call, FRANK RILEY. 7tj ul '9 t'1 ' M u 1 In a In whole or In part to suit the purchaser good state of cultivation. 300 acres ol which It 111 grass, and one of the best watered farms In the JtOWLAND, KY, y tiamr, county, The teiidence is a containing & rooms The outbuildings consist of IU GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QEALEit goou stock bam, corn crib granary, smoke-hom- e bcliery, carriage house, fruit house, coal and Has moved into his new store at the junction of wood Lou-ewill and milk house in yard, besides pikes came, the Stanford c Crab Orchard and "Cut-off- '' adjacent springs Two fruit orchards and chesthad palpably passed its first but and Is now better than ever prepared at Rowland trade In both nut orchard of 70 trees, 'Ihe live stock consists youth. Tho man of letters called the W II MILLER to please tbe and other cattle, J. H.SOWDER. of Irocd mares, cows and calvesflock ol a nice lot of Berkshire hogs, a waiter and delivered himself freely of ;j SouthSTOCIC Cm GOODS, IPItlCJES, his feelings. "We never has no comdown e rfis, 30 hivea ot bees, 8 shares bank slock, MILLER & SOWDER. household, farm and agricultural implements, old Etc. He has recently added greatly to his stock plaints, sir," said tho waiter, feebly decorn, old wlieat, wttnuil tne crop 01 mis year. mad having no rent to pay and no loss by bad debts Terns. The land will be sold as follows: One-thi-rd ha can sell you goods cheaper than any body. Call fensive. "Very likely," growled he of of the purchase money cash, the remainder and get his prices befere buying the meat, "for that old eow had 'em all. eiual Installments ofoae and two tears. 0 per cent, and lien. The persontl property will be sold Bring me somo mutton and be 60ine-thinge-d All sums ol Jro and under spot cash, over to you." Argonaut. that amount a credit of 60 days w.thout interest if - KENTUCKY paid at maturity, otherwise Interest from date. STANFORD, All notes to be made negotiable and payable in An Appropriate Query. Having purchased the bank, well secured. Office Interior Journal Building For further information apply on the premises Papa Good gracious, what a point of or to J H. Wlton, Danville, Ky interrogation you are! I am suro I Dinner will be served free to all who may sale. didn't ask such strings of questions when J. 11. WILSON, E. 'or . ft. H Hill, Auctioneer Danville, Ky I was a boy. 1 Fine Blue Grass Farm ot 333H acres on pike Of J. W. Ramsey, lam increasing the stock as Son Don't you think if yon had done and finely imprtveu. will soon have it '( st a.pcsible aud ij.HE.iamjTonsr The best salve In tbe world tor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapNouc Left. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup A seedy man of letters dropped into n tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is piv. cheap restaurant in London recently or moneyguaranteed to Price perfect satisfaction refunded, 25 cents per box nnd called for his British beef. It duly w0r sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. will con fess. I will confess tho worst. I was" Sho shuddered and clung to tho rail for support. "thirty-fiv- o years old last month." Sinking again upon tho fieat.eho buried her face in her hands. Detroit Tribune. J . "not the wholo truth. When shu was a Child, sho oriwl for Coxlorfa. When sho became Miss, slia clung to Castorii. When she had Children, she gpvethem CaorU. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1893, At 10 o'clock, A M , on the premises, situated in mile from Maywoid Stai.lnccln county. Ky , tion, 5 itilr from Stafford, on the Knosille Ilianch of the L. A. N R, R , sell the tollowiiig proptrty KY Hotel, The People of Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY the Hotel and .. TO. ', have bought above iiieiitioued"llotl at and have attached a to--lt Firct-Cla- cs Bar and Pool Soom. 247 ACRES OF FINEjLAND, Bucklin'a Arnica Salvo. Have repaired and Refurnished am better than cstr Thinking vou for yur liberal pa loiagefurl . . ' "l'n""y ieurl it. coutinusnce 11 ou. Indeed I cspeu all to co,n,nB us h Prepared to Accommodate the Public. ! Special attcntiou'to Commercial Men P W GHEEN, Proprietor. JOE CARSON, Manager. MANUFACTURED ICE, two-stor- For thcao reasons First. It is mad hv l,m. Institutio.,. Second th. Ice ,. chemically plltc, uing made from spr ng watr, which . lirst distilled a"nd then careAlly fi7tej before being frozen T h.rd, Artificial Ice w, .V, ng is so apt to produce or spread this impure water or Ice. Kifth.it will be d, "" as Th.o Peooa Valley. No fell J7-i- REAL:- - ESTATE Doalors and Brokers, COME to SEE ME. : urc in crops under irrigation If properly attended to. All fruits irrown in California can be grown In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. Land from Jn.luSjo per acre on to'ycars tune, at b per cent. Call on or address, R. C. MORGAN, D D. S., Staniord, Ky. The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. Delivered Regularly and Punctu-alt your Doors Every morning at tbe following Prices: pounds or over 4c p,r hundred. lor 30 pounds to 100 4JC hundred. lor 10 to 30 ,Wundt.. joe per hundred. No less than 10 poundsidellvered. 10 K. II R EM K It. For 100 l ,., Grocery Business property" for sale. Offered L BOSS! MP SIMM tl, imi $25 REWARD. On the night ot August 1893, a Horse, lluck-boa- rd and Harness were stolen Irom my stable In ITo-- Millinory. " Complete in Every Particular. Call at my store on Lancaster street and I snake it to your interest to trade with me 3 so you would be ablo to answer 6omo of mine? Tit-Bit- s. 1. Farm of 100 acres, finely improved. at low pnci rill . The One In Danger. -- . 3. too acres suhurban property, good laud, can be divided into to .n lots; good bouse. 4. Fine Blue Grass Farm, excellently improved, on pike, to acres. W.C. HUTCHINCS. .N B. Cattleman. I John A. G. L an ham jse. .Tic.fc A?i ?T3HBi :iiait'jsir:. . 1.. :.;. TVKjj'.--'sivft:jk lji.,'- : near R. R. station blue grass land; small tenant house. 5. Farm of 14a acres, Good THE JEWELER. STA1TFOK1D. : BANK 83 ' has lust re of ' Stanford, Ky. The Horse is a Chesnut Sorrel, nboiit ten years old, white in face, about 15 hands high, white feet, had wind putf on right fund leg; ALL OP THE NOVELTIES rather thin iu order. The lluckboard has side bar springs, red running gear with black body. Of the seasn, of which she will have lull control, The Dutch collar harness nearly new. one alto cngagcl a 1 will give Jij reward lor recovery of the prop. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, .rireyd,irmb,,ac.eng'U" "' "" '" erty. 51 ot. r. Stanford, Ky. iti.Mn, Firt-Clas- s Dreas-Make- r. S it'i1 ia t" ROYAL Insurance Company OFJ1.IVERPOOI.. bargain. lafr'j 6. A farm of 110 acres: mokeratelv imDroved and well located near pike. Offered at a great Stock Most Complete bi?Jiu 1 ,VImlnc my ,,oclc of Millinery before your order hanking '"UcV past favors we your dresses. vu for solicit same. A fr Itlue Grass farm of ly Improved. 13a acres, on pike. Is In areas to suit MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YKAC.ER. THOMAS YEAGKR. I K BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl MANAGERS,; """ night." "Was Jack hurt?" "The hammock fell with, mo last Life. Deteriorating. "Henry," Bhe said, "I find four gray hairs iu your head." "Yes, Maude," he rej'oined sadly, "I urn rapidly drifting toward a silver basis." Detroit Tribune. to is. Town lots in Stanford purchasers. 8 on pike, 17. 15. Thirty-tw- o j acres of knob land wit.i houss, miles from Stanford. VEAGER & YEAGER, e acre fine farm wit!i ece lenj mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike, 4 miles from Stanford. iS. Splendid vlllige farm, orchard, store, &c, at a great bargain. Ninety-thre- mi, m m m stable, k. Commerce Building, Louisville Agtnts throughout the South, at Farm of ifio acres, t;ood land, on pike. A good bargain at $1,500. Kasy terms, ijuick salo desired. 34 Large blje grass iarm, capable of division into smaller farms. Desirable in every particular. Offered low and on very easy terms. tjm TmrsXrVt-'- l lw v ?s.' i .mim w 3. V. rw v - I iSlLVERiWRZ KLiL irrt(l -- I 111 I ) STANFORD, KY. Houss L AT- s stable in the Opera Wockland are well supplied with tWf"ire.,nour " B T7. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, ISTANFORD, KY. 21. For exchange for Kentucky property-ttacres good land in Kansas, Well locat cu. o Rock Eottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, work. One call will convince you There are three ol the hew Ilarbers in the Slate There are also escellent Hath Rooms run in con that this is the place to trade. Agent for Lexington Steam Laundry. cection. ;new riqs and:horses; urnouts Havebien purchased and nothUgJbut w ill first-cU- leave the stable. si Give them a Call. .J.ter.. '' v;t;!c see asBsicsneais Wtsiwi