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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893101301 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. s Semi Weekly Interior vol. xxi. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. GRAB ORCHARD. Journal. NO. 65 STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1893. A Big Time s V 7 at Lexington. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Tho meeting of Cipo. Leo James has bought a beauRev. C. II. Greer will conduct tho Tho Congregational church has been tiful little pony and is breaking her to tho Grand Lodge I. 0 0. F. nnd tho trot- Borvices at the Christian church Sunday beautifully papered. drive. Shu is a free going little animal ting races hero this week have drawn evening. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Pi of. and Mrs. E E. Wood nro keep- and very visitors by the thousands and things are graceful. Quarterly court was in session MonhoiiBuin the Morris property. ing 1893. William Moreland bought of Grovo exceedingly lively. In the big parade day, but no business of importance was ' An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Kennedy 12 Stanford Lodge No. 150, headed butcher cattle at from 2 transacted. Full corpi of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music and James Watts was buried last Saturday. to 3 cents per pound and of same party by tho Uniformed Stanford Gold Band, II. A. B. Marksbury lost two car- Art. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. I am back in Williamsburg again mado a magnificent display "with plumes 25 fat hogs that nveraged 225 pounds at of wheat in the wreck on the L. & n very pleasant visit to Central and banners gay" and was extravagant loads 0 cents. N. at Pottinger's Creek. J. T. Ohadwick is having his barn ly complimented, hb was also tho DanThe dedication of the, new church at Mr. R. S, Crawford is attending 9 removed from tho front to tho back of ville Lodge, which is composed of most McCreary has been postponed until the court in Pinevllle. Mr. J. M. Sharp is his lot. We hear ho Is going to extend excellent and courteous gentlemen. 5th Sunday in this month. in London this week. his veranda to the south side of his About 2,000 Odd Fellows were in the paRev. J. R. Tercy is attending the Miss Carrie Myers returnod from FALL TERM OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1893. residonce and enlarge and beautify his rade, which consisted of n journey of synod of the Presbyterian church which an extended visit to Mt. Vernon and premises. fully three miles on foot and tho band A AND HOME FOR GIRLS. is in session at Maysville this week. Lancaster Saturday evening. Somo one in attempting to steal boys especially got exeeedlnidv warm , John Lear, Claud WherrittA.J H. Good Faculty; superior advantages; a beautiful and healthful location. Special course and special . Tho prohibitionists held i convention chickens of Mrs. Gonnley loft a now about tho collar before it was through Rice, Ted Pascoe and Beddow Morrow inducements offered to those who desire to make teachers. Our aim is to make our pupils thorough hero Monday, at which II. T. Stephens meal sack near the which with, hut Gus Jaubert's unexcelled bur- went to the Cumberland river to put in The College has been recently refiled, and a College Library, Wall Maps, Globes, Tellurians, Charts, was nominated for tho Legislature &c.,have been added. M. O. THOMSON, Principal. 13 goo aud accompaniments that were servthey cau have by calling for it. She the week fishing. Thu republicans held a primary last ed when Woodland Park was reached, for thorn to leave the chickons Col. W. S. Ferguson lost a fine mare Thursday and nominated Chas. Finley together with tho easv How of oratory, when she Bcreatned at them. this week valued at $200. She got into for tho legislature and Adam Slier for R. II. Brouaudi ahinneJ aovon of assisted materially in making the day tho wheat garner and ate wheat, which school superintendent. his ilne Duroc Red Jersey pigs. Mr. pass swiftly nnd pleasantly. caused her death. Mr. H. F. Hose is building a resi Lexington didn't got to bo tho Capitol, John R. Wilhite, of Monticello got three The Larkins and Stamper who were on tho hill near Mr. J. T. Freedence RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. and Mr. Roliver Rontl, of Woodford two but she's a capital city all the same. Mr. implicated in the Slaughter killing at man. Prof. Gorman Jones has begun pairs. Training Schools I'ifleen departments of stud v. Healthful location ir J. D. McMurtray, who has been one of Dripping Springs will be triud before Three Colleges ; Threeurnsa They woro threo months old and Kegiou. Gymnasium nod Athletic rrrouml. tne Heart 01 tne iilue Mmlrrile pidiih his new house near tho dopoL tho managers of the lire department hero (100 to J J 10. Attendance last session 033 from thirty States and countries. For full informatiot x,. U. HJ.AATOflr, XI. Z., Chancellor, Illchmoml, Kentucky. Winchester, averaged 75 pounds and sold at $itf por for 20 yeare, kindly, showed tho Stanford Judge Robinson to day, Friday. nd catalogue apply to Rev. J. M. l'rcitldge, of head. Judge J. C. Hemphill will be a canboa accepted a call to tho Baptist church tiro department through his establishBrooks, who cut P. Parrish didate for to the otlice of poat thia place. He will also bo president time ago has pivon himself up andBorne ment One of tlio many fine horshis lice judge. He has always discharged of tho Williamsburg Institute. examining trial comes up Judge es that ho usee has beeu in the service the duties of the otlice fairly and imparTho young people of tho Christian ard Moore is kept quite busy lately. for 18 years and you bet this animal tially and the other candidates will rtmrpti havH onranizod a Y. I'. 0. J'.. DANVILLE, KY. A tight occurred between Sallie Hamber above all others is thoroughly converknow he is in the fight. with about i!3 charter mombora. Thia and Delia sant with his business. Guest, both colored. Each Miss Chastine McGregor, the popu The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. in a good start considering there is a soDr. Lee F. Huffman's Stanford friends was lined $S and cost. lar young lady who has beeu visiting With a full course of study, both English and Clusical. While the course ol instruction is ciety at tho Congregational church and Misses Cettio nnd Hattlo Henry and were dropping in to seo him all day Miss Ellen Owsley, has returned to her adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, It is intended at the same time to fura leaguo at the M. E. church. and found that he is enjoying alucrative nish a liberal English education to any who desiro it In connection with the Acaderoj, Mies Florence Harris, a pretty trio from home in Louisville. R. W. Eastland, of Hud among tho arrivals aincu I left I.ancaster, visitsd Miss Lizzie Beazley practice in his profession and has beA Danville, was in town this week. Hon. come exceedingly popular. a son at Mr. J. L. Whitehead's and one this week. Mrs. C. 0. Stormes, of LanLetcher Owsley went to Lexington this Ha been established in the Home and under the personal cont ol tf the Principal Regular study It seemed to be tho general impres- week also at Mr. J. M. Ellison's. Roth of caster, is at tho Harris House, this being and the haurs under the to hear Col. Robert Ingersoll lec a Christian homesupervision of the Principal and assistants advantages, restraints and government ot are combined with the beu educational thoso gontlemon are dressed up in their her second visit to our healing waters sion hero today that the ture. Mibses Ella Watson and Eliza For further particulars in regard to boird, tuition, etc., address Sunday clothes and weariug broad this season. Miss Hettio Harris is still tuba mipulator of the Stanford band, Smith nre attending the World's Fair. JAMES 3. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. Btnilea over the arrivals of their Urt confined to her bed being nble to sit up Samuel Tilden Cook, io the best in tho Dr. J. B. Kinnaird and Dick Beazley sons. very little. Mr. Turner, of Middlesboro, State. Hu is just simply n musical prod have returned from Chicago. igy. A man by tho name of Adler pre- is a S. A. Middlutau's. A largo and appreciative audience Tho splendid race track was never in sented a check to tho bank here last assembled at the court-houon Mona better condition and the horses are goweek and obtained tho money on it. DANVILLE. day evening to listen to an address by ing round thu circle fast enough this Mr. Siler says tula is tho Unt time ho Hon. Sam Embry, of Hopkinsville, on (Ailrocate.; week to make a fellow's iiead swim, esgood to a Htranger. baa over been too u mooting of tho stockholders of pecially if he occasionally visits the behalf of the Keeley Institute at Crab At Mr. Adler was a sharper and the check a tho Danville Fair tho old board of direc- "hasemqnt" of tho grand stand. I saw, Orchard. He held the undivided attenforgery. tion of his hearers for an hour and a half -- Mr. II. S. Wood, with the Standard tors and President 0. P. Cecil were re- atadistauce, the Lincoln sports picking and received at the close a And prices to suit the times We now have an out tho winners, that were getting there Drug Co., gave our town a call Monday. elected. HiB illustrations round of applause. The Chamberlain Society of Centre in the flying time of 2:0Sj, 2:09, and so Ed Mayhan, Wesley Perkins, Misses Alwere apt and couched in the choicest SllBTAW. nnd Fannie O'Mara roturned from College elected Messrs. Casey Owsley on. ice language. The entire address was adand Bent Goodloe to represent the socieChLago Saturday night. Dr. W. F. mirable and delivered with all the fer MIDDLEBURG. Finley loft last Saturday for Stewart, Va., ty In tho primary oratorical contest of vor of one thoroughly impressed with to Miss Ida Feb. 22d. where ho will be married The teachers' association will be held the importance of his subject. The Tho First Presbyterian church has at Liberty Saturday. Preston. Mr. E. M. iluguely was, In friends of temperance were delighted Danville, Tuesday, buying his holiday contracted with Mr. James Tennyson Robert Cuter and Miss Rilda Vest with the address and were outspoken in for tho orectiou of a parsonage, a handgoods from a New York drummer. wero married Thursday. praise of the speaker. The Lancaster some two story frame, on a lot next to V. R. Coleman has dismissed hiB Miss Irene Careon died at the homo band furnished excellent music for the Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, tho residonce of Chas. 0. Fox. school on account of mumps and measles occasion. R. Havia, Monday, Oct. of her uncle, 0. Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. U.T. Worthington'a hanbsome among the children. P,of consumption, aged 17 years. Miss saddle colt has been remarkably BR0DHEAD. Emmctt McCormack received a lot Carson was born in Morriatown, Tenn., successful in tho fair rings this year, hav- of lambs in this vicinity Saturday, which and resided there until about one year ing Our base ball club is on a boom taken twelve blue ties, one red nnd ho engaged some time ago. ago, when she camo to Williamsburg to they think they can soon challenge the one green. Ho will he pretty hard to Tho report that is being industrious- Stanford club. live. She was a consistent and devoted beat next year. ly circulated that the domocrats will not of tho Presbyterian church and member W. II. Colyer, our brick and stone Mr. A. S. Robertson, Sr , . died at support Dr. W. L Lowder, candidate for was loved by all who knew her. She workman, has about finished the changtho home of his son-ilaw, Wm. G. county superintendent of schools, is as "was buried Tuesday evening in the Dtiulap, es in the Frith Hotel. Wednesday evening, of Brights falso as it is silly. We have heard of Woodland cemetery. Dr. S. O. Perkins, of Bee Lick, has disease. He was in his 70th year and but one democrat who will not vote for Shoes to be found anywhere. Tho people In this noction do not was a very been in our town for two days. Mr. Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's prominent business man him, whilo wo have hoard of a number sepafail to see our Carpets and Rugs. Don't feel the need of, and appreciate the Per Hiatt was in town Tuesday looking during his early life. who will support him. better than usual. of republicans rate coach bill as it is in other parts of Mrs. H. P. Vasa and daughter, LouMr. Ad Durham, who has been in thu Stnttf, yet it is working like a charm. ise, and Mi8s Hannah Lyons, have re- Dr. Lowder is taking care of himself. Rev. Edgar Foglo and his sister. Miss our town for some time, waiting on his Now if we could only have a box car to Mobile after a pleasant visit to Lizzie, are at tho World's Fair. turned to Mrs. J. father, returned to his home this mornput men in who get drunk and make Mrs. J. W. Guest. Mr. nrd Mrs. F. M. M. Durham has returned from travelbenstH of themselves, I think tho ing leaving some broken hearted girls Shumate left Tuesday for Loudon to Hon. W. H. Miller, behind, but we aro in hopes he will reing public could get along comfortably. visit their daughter, .FOR Mr. Jackson. candidate for tho State Senate, turn again. On last Friday evening ae I was returnMiss Bessie Cecil, tho beautiful passed through town one day last week Bro. Pike filled his appointment at ing home, a man who claimed to bo a daughter of Mr. Granville Cecil, will be on his way from Liberty. M S. McMul-lln- , Wnynesburg last Saturday and Sunday. gentleman and a man of influence, married Thursday afternoon at I o'clock who got his arm Bbadly mashed Thos. Cherry aud wife have been visit boarded tho train at Livingston, drunk, to Mr. W. F. DeLoug, of Lexington. 1 VVVM IVIf ilVB WWW! VWlllVWl whilo coupling cars on the C. & G , some ing at Rowland for a few days. Dr. W. language that a and used Huch obscene Tho wedding will be a modest one and time ago, is doiug well nnd will tako B O'Bannon, of Stanford, has made two not listen to him will decent man could take place at Melrose. Mr. Cecil's charge of tho post oflice at Yosomito in a callsnt our town this week. He, in conwithout bhiBhing with shamo and yet ho beautiful country home. few days. Row G. C. Smith, who was nection with Dr. S. 0. Perkins, of Bee was permitted to ride in tho ladies' car. Tip Bruce aud Birueyaro at homo an applicant for that oilico, has since his Lick, performed a surgical operation on No man should be valued higher than for a few days' rest. Barney won tho defeat gone over to tho prohibitionists. Mr. Albert Albright, Sr., in removing a ho deserves and when hu makes a lmito 2 20 pace, stake Jl.OOO, at Chillicotho, 0., He is said to have made a rousing speech cataract from ono of his eyes. The paof himself he should bo treated by other Saturday, taking thu first, Becond nnd in that party's convention at Liberty on tient is doing exceedingly well. peoplo as bucIi. fourth heats in 2:131, 2:1 1J, 2:11. Up tho 21st ult. Dr. I. S. Burdett, A. E. Albright, MiB8 Ray E.. daughter of Mr. and to data Barnoy has mado 10 starts, won Dr. S. 0. Perkins and W. E. Perkins all Mrs. D.P. Whitsitt was married Tues- six races, was Becond HUBBLE. twlco and unplaced start to the World's Fair this morning. day evening at 7:30 o'clock to Mr. J. L. twico. His gross winnings amount to Mr. James Engleman has rented his Jacob Pike, Jr., nnd wife, of Pine Hill, Ruse, of Dawson, Penn. Tho bridal H.100 aud ho is yet to start in a $2,000 are visiting Richard Pike at this place. party entered tho parlor precoded by purse at Nashville. Saturday ho paced farm to Mr. Ed Austin. Dr. Kinnaird was called to see Mrs. Mr. W. 0. Cablo has got his position Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. AdWhiteitt and Mr. Charles W. au eighth of a mile Miss Lou in 13 seconds a Fannlo Ball, who has been sick for a R- - ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. back at the Brodhcad roller mill. Mr. dress. Rush, followed by Mr.Johnio and Miss 1:4S gait. fow days. George Hiatt and wife are in town. Old Mamie Whitsitt, brother and sister of It. L. Hubble bought 10 man I. S. Durham, of Perryvllle, has HUSTONVILLE. tho bride. Tho ceremony was performtnulea in Garrard for Rankin Bros, at been at the Albright Houso for two ed by Elder J. E. Tercy in a very eloProf. Thompson and faculty chaper- $75 per head. weeks under the treatment of Dr. I. S. quent and impressive manner, after oned the young ladles of the college and Ben Wllmot aold ono yearling mule Burdett for his eyes and other disabiliMr. and Mrs. Ruse led tho way to which Dealers In- others to the knobs Saturday, where to J. A. Hammond for $50. Mr. H. is ties. Mr. Wm. Sowder has almost every houae in thia county with the dining room, whore an olegant sup- they apont a delightful day nutting, etc. getting to bo a very successful stock the perfection washer. per was served. Tho bride was dressed Misa Bertie Carponter has returned trader aa well as a merchant. with in white satin and ribbon trimmed to Cincinnati tocomploto a special course Nashvillo, Tenn., March 0, 1893. The James Engleman and John Faulkwhite duchess laco and wore a beautiful in medicine. Prof. Sibold will assist the ner aro visiting friends aud relatives Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn., orange blossoms. Tho bridal wreath of It givea me exceeding choir at the Christian church during tho here. We are sorry to hear that our Gentlemen: coup'o left for their homo at Dawson, protracted meeting. Rev. pleasure to speak of your Antiseptic, as W. W. Bruce worthy hack driver, Mr. Charley Smith, I consider it something wonderful in the Penn., on the 12 o'clock train, carrying haa an interesting class at his new home, is going to leavo next Monday for Okla war of medicine. My old servant, Alof tho many with thorn tho best wishes ia 72 years old, waa very sick had mado during tho parsonage. He and family are not homa. Mre. Catherine Ulacxorny, wno bert, who friends Miss Whitsitt complicated with yet domiciled. long, is able to ait up with Pneumonia, has boon sick so ueari irouuie anu uropsy. l called in her short stay in Williamsburg. SeeOur Large and Splendid Line Of Mrs. L. B. Adams, of Longviow, again. my family physician and gave him every Ala., ia with her father, Mr. Hugh Loattention, but the doctor finally told me Reven Hundred thousand people upon gan. Mr. H. W. Dryo and bride were A Good Housewife, there was no hope and the only thing ia a Bight (or one square milo ot territory tho guests of Mr. S. G. Dryo. Among will clean her house every spring and it that could be done waa to make him to cleanse theayatem the end. At this Kodsandrnen and a fitting exhibition thoso who left for the World's Fair last ia jUBt aa necessary expect good health comfortable until give him point I decided to Stockton's "Chicago Day," but the average mor- week were Mr. and Mrs. T. VI. Robinson, thoroughly if you for Take Antiseptic, as it seemed to be months. reading about It pleasantor and Mesdames M. G. Thomson, Jane Cloyd during the summorit is just what you ing almost miracles for others. performtal flnda Stockton's Antiseptic, It waa participating In it. given in regular dosea every three hours win lit more profitable than and Jennie Caipenter, Misses Ether reinurkable feature For sale by A. R. Penny, druggists, and the fever began to decreaae from the Bertie Enoch, Mac Logan, AnIt is even notod as anot more than 150 first doso nnd a decided improvement Stanford. of the occasion that nie Johnson and Kate Baughman. Mr. was noticed the first day. In three to be taken to the people had The announcement of the death of and were Ed. Stagg is out after a severe illness. Mrs. Cornelia Livingstone Fulton Crary, days he was sitting up aa in a week he waa back at his work usual, is His father, Mr. Dan Stagg, Sr., haa also a inventor regaining in strength very fast. and it waa almost daugh ter of the I conkilled outright. Hoover, been quite sick. Ia Keceivinjj Hia ia erroneoua in at least scientiously believe it saved the old of the steamboat, one'a life to hear Mayor Carter of inven- man's life. Respectfully youre, one reapect. Tho world-famconfeaa before auch John Kohl, of Madison, Ind., mis- ting the steamboat attaches to Fulton, Harrison hlushlngly : Frank SBAiuanr, the blood of Pocahon-tasllow- a took, in a thichot, his nephew for a but it rightfully belongs to Fitch, who No. 5 Noel Block. .multitude that velns.-T- he squirrel and banged loose, fatally woundgrave at Bards-towsleopa in an humblo For flalo by A. R. Penny, drtgglst. through hla biuegrass Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; GiveJJme call. ing him. Ky. Stanrord. Times. Lexington, Oct. 10. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September stli to-da- y nf-t- Ken-tuck- y. CI6QIMOTICAN OTILILEX -- Hustonville, Ky. SC1N-O- L hen-hous- ant CENTRAL MIVEMITY r to-da- to-da- Centre College Academy. espe-dall- y 1 Home Boarding; and Training: Department se NEW GOODS well-merite- d two-year-- n tock BEST stock: SEVERANCE & SON. Camp-bellsvill- e. demo-cratic Fancy G WIIWIAS Kwd .labs War Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, CALLONR.ZIMMER THE BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. two-year-o- ld FARRIS & HARDIN, -- Bup-plie- d Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. i FARMING IMPLEMENTS. H.G.RUPLEY,-e- - Van-Aradal- e, hmergon-cvHoapltaUndb- uta half-doz- en world-famou- illmhmUimA AND: WINTER o PALL GOODS. - ii mm'wuj "M irniii m.siiimwwin .t.ii.i.iirv.K yiH.iMiW imwnrlwm. asiCiKC"" . At Paris thieves stole Semi-Week- ly 1,700 bushel8 f night. E. D. Trawham, tho railroad conStaxfoiw, Ky., Ocronnnl3, 1893 ductor who was shot at Somerset by Jim Crews, died Tuesday. M. L. Satterwlnte has been appointW. P. WALTON. ed by Col. Nicholas McDowell Inspector No indeed, not by a long shot; but that has nothing to do with the fact that wc are giving Big s of Grain for Louisville. in Dry Goods and Notions, Clothing, JJoots, Shoes, Hats, and anything and everything that you Wisconsin, Gan. Lucius Fairchlld.of of the are ever supposed to need. Come to see us right away and was elected commander-in-chieLoyal Legion at Chicago. The judges of the Jefferson County Citcuit Court elected Mr. Jam es M. Fetter Commissioner of Bonds. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. James LangJon, the big saw mill For State Senitor, man and merchant at Science Hill, in Pulaski county, haa assigned. MILLER. HON. That the Louisville Store proprietors, manager and clerks are your friends and will sell you goods at James A. Chapman has been made prices that can't even be gotten in sight of by other firms. There can be For Reprcstntative, receiver for tho Middlesborough Water Company Assets $500,000; liabilities HELM. unknown. For Superintendent of Public Scrooli, Passenger train No. S on the Fort "Wayno road, "was derailed near WhitMcCLARY. W. ney, Ind., killing tho fireman and injuring three others. NEWSY NOTES. Three hundred colored attorn eyp, Thirty-sevethoroughbred KenLittle Frank Rice, of Yellville, Ark., representing nearly every State in tho Wc sell Dress Ginghams at worth toe; Fasmother, who fcoutu, are at Unattanooga lor tne pur- tucky yearlings by Spendthrift and oth In your mind when you read the figures appended: waa Bbot and killed by his pistol waa loaded. er noted Kentucky studs, sold at auction cinators 25c, worth 50c; Ladies' Hoods 50c, worth 75c; Misses Hoods 30c, worth 50c; Ladies' black pose of forming a bar association. didn't know the Ader-boBob Hudson, of Dresden, Tenn., in New York at an average of $S93. A wool Hose 25c, woith 40c; Ladies' heavy winter Undervcsts 25c, worth .joe; Ladies' Merino Vests at At Jacksonville, Fla., GeorRO f colored, was Bbot and killed while worth Gyic Ladies Dongolia Kid Shoe Si, worth Si. 50. chestnut colt by Spendthrift out of Maid 50c, worth 75c. Yard wide Domestic committed suicide by shootinR Men's Budkcland Crcedmore Shoe 75c, worth Si. 25; Men's all wool Shirts Si, worth Si. 75. Blankets of Athol brought $2,500. his wife, who was being whipthree times and then jumping in a At the sale of T. D. Hill's effects yes yoc to $7; Comforts 50c to Sj. A full line of Ladies' Jackets and Cloaks from S2 to.s25. ped by WhltelOapa, who were all white. riyer. reserve in the National A man wholsays he is James Davis, terday there waa a fairly good crowd. TbeRold been reduced to $SS,33S,000 of Dublin, attempted to hold up a train Farming implements went low. Milk Treasury has Ocheifers at Little Falls, Minn. He was Bbot by cows nt $19 to $30; 2 year-ola loss oi 55,243,000 in the 10 days of the depot policeman and will probably $23; yoke oxen $7525; bull $20; fat boga tober. 5.95; shoata 3j. The homo tract of land J. W. Menard, the first colored man die. Polk Badgett appeared at tho Louie-vill- e containing 247 acres was sold at $17.50. to run for Congress, is dead in Washingraces under tho assumed name of The Stallion Representative Stake, ton, aged 64. He had a clerksnip in the By buying anything elsewhere that you are in need of, but conic at once to L,utlo Dan. lie of coureo won the race worth $11,950, waa won at Lexington office. census There were two deathB from yellow and his owners won a lot of money from by Oro Wilkes, tho favorite. Medio was aecond. Best time 2:14 J. Georgia Lee, : fever at Brnnswick.Ga., Wednesday. the book makers. : At Middlesborough Walter Edmon- owned by G. A O. P. Cecil, Danville, new cases aro reported, nine Thirty-fivson, for aseaultingland robbing Jesse came fourth In the race and was second of which are whites. A. URBANSKY, Tucker bill to repeal the obnox- Hensley, waa given two yearB, and Ed the last beat, which was made in 2:17 L The 2C0 Orossbyfor killing one Brown at a dance ious election laws, passed the House The Georgetown Times reporta reyeas to 101 napB. The proa voted with a even yeara in the penitentiary. cent stock sales at the following prices: master, reported to have been shot by The inventory of the estate of the 34 head of cattle, weight liw Ma onn In Tnlflvillfi last week, runs the democrats for repeal. retired late T. J.JMosa.lof St. Louis, tho young about 1,300 pounds, Bold at Mr. Lamon saye per head, on this division. Crazed with drink of Youngstown, Ohio, Bhot President of the Tennessee Midland railper head; the reporter was in error. He has not Campbell, at $27.09J one lot of and killed his wife and afterward fired road, aggregatedfnear $7,000,000, includ- 42 yearlings at $21.25 per head; 500 been shot by any one, but says that his Ilcaequartcrs for- Uo bullets into Patrick Tinney, who ing extensive holdings of lands in Ken- stock ewea at $2.40 to $2.9o. Hay at eon accidentally fired his pUtol, though tucky. no one was hurt. was his guest. $7.50 to $16 per stack. Louisville, Colorado, a coal mining Thelemployea of the Chesapeake, Albert Berry, the negro muruerer Directum won tho free;for all at railroad and the town of 700 inhabitants, is sinking out of Lexington Wednesday in the sensational sentenced for life at the last court here, Ohio and Southwestern Ohio Valley railroad notified Gen. Ech- sight. The town is built over the Welsh time of 2.09; 2:0S j and 2:03. The fastest proves to be George Parkey, a Tennessee ols that they bad voted to accept the re- coal mines and its destruction is being four ennseeutivo heats ever trotted were convict, who was released by tho Coal Of all kinds. The most complete line of caused by Jthe siuking of the surface In this race, Pixley winning the second Creek mob a year since. He is an duction in wages. Louis Junot, a marble cutter of above. bad man. Hia partner and himheat in 2:0S. Guiuette won the 2:14 Mary McMalns, at Richmond, was pace; best time 2:101, and Silent Brook self had been in numerous scrapes suicide by shootLouisville, committed sencoming here, including a ing himself through the brnin because tried in Judge; Armer's court for lunacy won the 2:29 trot In Btraight heate; 2:1SJ not net work. He had also had and convicted. She became so violent in each heat. In the Lexington work bouso. tence he could Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. that she had to be tried after dark In orMisses Bethurum and Owens, of trouble with bis family. Both mare and foal will fret lees durThe World's Fair Temperance En- der that she might be pent to the asylum ing weaning If hitched at first in oppo- Maretsburg, are the guesta of Mrs. Wm. where Fields. Mr. M. Browning, of New York, campment Company, at Chicago, which at once, site corners of a large Kentucky will not have a day at the they can see each other and get their is visiting his sister hero. Misses feallio with assets of $400, failed for 275,000, Gov. Brown finds noses together, but the halter shank must Cook, Mary Morrison and SalUe Adams, evidently doesn't believe in temperance World's Fair. that it will.'be impossible for him to go to be abort, so that it will not permit the a charming trio, spent Saturday and Suncomes to failures. when it I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks If a day with friends here. Mrs. Nannie Advices brought by steamer Rie de Chicago the latter part of the month, and foal to reach the dam's udder. and Jewelry, vessel Sinyo President Dulaney has decided not to wide stall Is not at hand, place tho mare Albriitht has returned from a visit to and offer them Jeneiro state that the sailing at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. of Maru was wrecked off the coast of Japan hold a celebration. and foal In adjoining narrow stalls, and Brodhead. Mr. Alex Morrison, of the 2S Ladies watches former price $50 now S.jo.oo; Twenty-tw- o WilliamlRemington, the waa in town Saturday. Mrs. Cleo separaon the 4th inst. have an aperture in the partition editor of the Kentuckian-CitizeLadies' watches former price S35 now S27.00; at ting the stalls of sufficient size and so lo- Brown is In Iudianapolls. Miss Carrie were drowned. passengers Ladies' watches former price S25 now 517.50. North Lebanon, Ohio, a spark Paris, was elected Grand Master of the cated that they can get their noses to- Myers has returned homo after playing At Kentucky Grand Lodge of Odd FellowB gether. end havoc with the hearts of several of from a freight engine fell into a Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the of powder. A terrific explosion follow- in session at Lexington. J. P. Gray, of There is fine sport at Lexington now our young men. was chosen and records are being smashed every ed. Tbo train was completely demolish- Somerset Encampment, : "CHURCH AFFAIRS. : of people were injured. Grand Chief Patriarch. Harrietta, the game ed and a number once in a while. A writerjin the current issue of Bon- - and epeedy daughter of Alcyone, not Chicago day was a great success at W. E. Ellis' meeting at Kow This sale will Elder be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. the Fair. The total paid admissions fort'a Wine and SpiritlReview estimates only lowered her record Tuesday by land closed Wednesday night with 50 were killed thatduring'the past six or eight month? were 713,340 and nix persons two seconds, but made a track record for additions. He will fill his pulpit as in the grand rush. The largest attend there has been a (shrinkage in whisky the Lexington coureo of 2.09?. She won usual Sunday. Moody Invites all ministers to come ance at the centennial waa 217,520; at values aggregating $9,000,000, in the bon the Transylvania stake in straight heata H. II. KING. ded stocks in tKentucky.gj United ac- with Cartridge second. GKOKOI! II. I'KEWITT. 397,150. Paris Time 2:10, and have an experience in his evange. thia year is mostly tion on the part of the distillers is urged. As the corn day Happy listic work at Chicago. It is the greatest 2:11, 2:093. On the same Fred Wilson, of.Huntington, W. Va. Promise won the 2:24 clasa trotting with gospel object lemon on earth. shuck and matrimony the most thriving business, there is no need of the goose-bon- made a recordjthe other night by steal- Delegate eecond. Beat time 2 10:. BoSioe a ,onS ' common sense, MORELAND, KY.. to warn observant people that they ing from his partnerjin the saloon busi- real won the yearling race in 2:18 with A mind that's full of try, Wc have opened up a nice line o! are nearing the ragged edge of a hard ness tho whiskies and other appurtenan- Atalinesecond and Dolly Spanker capA ian whe knowt a thing or two And ihowi It m hit eye ces, including the fixtures. He placed winter. The Times. Who'i well aware the medicine tured the Corncracker stakes for pacers of State Headley baa That's beU Tor you and mc Secretary the whole thing on a boat and floated in 2:101, with Bello Acton a close secIs always I)r Price1! Mimthe Attorney General to at once down the Ohio river at a Nancy Hanks ond. ical Discovery County gait. the ills that You cm escape Just about institute suit against the Logan flesh Is heir to, by being ready for them. W hn collection Since the failure of the Bank of Car- MT. VERNON, R0GKCASTLE COUNTY. Bank at Russellville, for the you feel dull, languid, "out of sorts generally-th- en Wc arc daily receiving our Fall Goods, which wc are marking you may know that some o them are of two penalties of $200 each for failure roll, at Hintingdon, Tenn., near NashDon't let them get any lurther. llrace the down lower than ever. Judge G. W. McClure Btnrta on a system up with Dr. Pilce'a Golden .N.edlcal Disto make reports to him as required by ville, the safe hndjnot been unlocked as It intrip to Oklahoma covery. That prevents as well as cures: no one save thejjabsconding every three months. cashier law and kidneys, purifies and enTerms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you Mr. and Mrs. J. Stevens visited vigorates the liversharpens the appetite, impiov.s riches the blood, The yacht Vigilant easily defeated knew the combination. It waa opened money. digestion and restores health and vigor. friends in London last week. the Valkyrie in the second race of the Tuesday and the directors were shocked are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. . Ground was broken on Wedneaday what it has to find only $10, most of which was in international contest and in Wc have for sale 24 broke mules . years old. place for the foundation for the InTho morning been decided waB the British yacht's Mexican coin. HU U loKet your hnmni. done Is back OI 1 eatftr .vie ager's& Notice waa given by Senator Squire, stitute building. is now believed that the horse weather. It Mr. James Dolin and Miss Cordie stable Also all klUUiol wagon ami ukkt Vigilant can win in any sort of weather. of Washington, of an amendment to u .M'rw.3, me a call of Pino Hill, came to town Wed- pairing! Give Stanford, Ky. 6 im One more race won will decide the con- the Silver Purchase Repeal Bill, propos Pike, nesday and were married. ing the coinage of silver for the private test. . : A party left here Tuesday night for Senator Harris presented in the ben owners to the amount of $2,000,000, a ate the lesolutiona adopted by Memphis month, not to exceed $100,000,000, in all the Word's Fair, composed of Dr. and Misses Kate Moore, Gertie commercial exchanges criticising the tho owners to receive in coin only tho Mrs. Lovell, Having secured tho services ol Miss Mattic Al- Walnut anc Oak hight-DaClocks, 52.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks and Mary Weber. for opposing repeal commercial value of the bullion on ". ' len from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this Tennessee Senators 75c. the cordially invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully bePrices knocked silly on The game of base ball Saturday of the Sherman act. Mr. Harris said he day of deposit. selected slock o! Millinery at prices to suit the Mt. Vernon times. The Misses Webster, of Indianapolis, have believed he knew his duty and the men The Ohio Synod of the Northern tween tho Pineville aud charge of the Dress .Making Department and are considerable attention. now ready to serve the ladles. cl clubs attracted who adopted the resolutions constituted Presbyterian Church, representing MISS I.ICCIE IIEAZI.tA, favor of the Sunfcrd,Ky. a small part of his constituents. Presbyteries, including G30 The score, 37 to 14, waa in Sir Richard Webster, the great En- churches, is in session at Cincinnati. home club. A game between the Mt. glish lawyer and Attorney General of The trial onjappeal of the heresy case Vernon and Pittsburg clubs is announcAnd anything in my line. Don't forget the place, Great Britain, was interviewed in Wash- acainst Prof. Henry Preserved Smith ed for Saturday. Wm. Datnerson, who was sent for ington in regard to the World's Fair. will probably occupy two days of the sesWelt approved the big sion, though an effort will be made to two years for killing J. D. Mullins, has At our Kruit Karma and Nurseries one mile fine a Sir Richard mildly e have as Kmgsytlle, Lincoln county Exposition. He said, however, pass it until the General Assembly of turned his hand to violin making du- of ol truit Trees a tiny rami ever handled, Chicago stock into orchard ana garuen ring his leisure momenta from serving ready l lor transplanting Apples and Peaches will Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring that it wasn't Buperior, as far as exhibits 1891. Orcharuaof the cash a sample of his be assurted to suit customer i' Congressman McOreary's bill amend- tho lessees. He seut went, to those of London and Paris. witn you the best, tyery- nice, the .. ... ing the Geary Chinese Exclusion Act work to Jailer King here and it is a very The trees ate to make varieties George Waggoner, aged 05, a nome aiirucn. thine Heeded children happy will bo found hire, hor circulars of Louisville, also came up in the house. Speaking in sup- creditable instrument. restaurantor, CO., J A. Mi Kht k ' address Kiugsville, ky The Baptist Association which was 64 owner of valuable property in that city, port of the measure, Mr. McCreary said possessed of an irresistible desire to that the decision of the MUpremo court hold at Freedom in the handsome new but eteal chickens, was received at the Indi- affirming the conatitutionality of the act church on the 0th antl 7th inst. was ana Prison South to serve two yeara at had not been rendered until ten daya well atteuded. Mr. Jonas Mckenzie, a hard labor for having robbed tbo hen after the time had expired when Chi- merchant of our town, deserves pralso i roost of Rov. J. G. Beharral, at New Al- nese persons could register. He thought, for the great Interest he haa taken in tho The undersigned committee will until WednesMYday, October IS, 1891, reeelve sealed bids lor the therefore, that hia amendment extend- erection of tho new building. bany. pauper practice of Lincoln county lor the ensuing teachers' association held Sat- year, to be subdivided according to the old mag. by the coroner have ing the time six months was only fair Investigations The following nre maslmuin precincts. urday was an Interesting event, hut not isterial which will beThe disclosed a shocking state of affaire in and proper and should be adopted. paid. prices Stanford Precinct - $'57 oo" very well attended. Subjects discussed the Stfn Francisco Foundling Asylum. Turnersville FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Bo oa infantB died there in the Thirty-thre- e were "How to secure better attendance Hustonville " Goods are- 100 oo Crab Orchard ' John Hill sold to Prewitt & Wood a of pupils," and "Local aid for schools," last six months. The Institution has " Highland 7" oo .too oo Wayneaburg " the former by Miss Kllen Butner, MrB. been broken up and the surviving in- lot of hogs at 5 c. jo oo Walnut Flat " Alexander Bros, bought in Casey a Hosallnd Nesbltt and Prof. Dickinson over to auother. The " jo co Hubble mates turned will he received of the terrible mortality beema to bunch of hogs at 5 J cents. and tho latter by Supt. Baker, Miss Klla Itids for jail practice C. VARNON, ) at the same cause W. time, Walter Saunders told to Joseph Joplln and Mr. Catron. t Com'tec O. II. COOI'KK, have been neglect on the part of attendJ. II. PAXTON, J Bishop a lot of shoats at 5c. A. F. Lamon, the L. & N. baggage ants. liar-gain-- InteriorJouknal of coal from tho cars on the track In ono Lexington, Weduesday. OH 8 PAGES. f W. II. HARVEY F. Arion lowered his record to 2 07J at It was against time. John Higgins, of 'Pulaski county, bought of various parties 20 mule colts at $35 to $00. At St. Louis wheat options for December sold at GO centa, tho lowest price ever recorded there. Prewitt A Wood Bold to J. W. Bales, of Madison, eighteen head of 1,550 lb. per 100. cattle at Howard Nutter, of Scott county, sold to Simon Weihl 33 cattle, weight 1,070 pounds, at 4J centB. Twenty-fou- r head of Palo Alto trotters were Bold under the hummer at Lexington nt an average of $500. William Beck and his son James Bibb, have rented tho Dan Stagg place near Hustonville at $090 a year. In a pacing race, where ten horseB 8tarted, not long ago, ovory one but one wore hopples, and the strangest part of it, says and exchange, is that the horse that did not wear them waa bohlnd the money. In-la- IS MARRIAGE 4 FULORE? We'll Convince You a Doubt About 7c, lot It n lt him-sel- g 4c, d MAKE NO MISTAKE THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. e three-year.ol- d bar-keep- 7 W. H. WEAREN & CO. STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS all-rou- bo-fo- re 40-da- y HEATING : STOVES box-stal- l, Great Clearanee Sale. Pine-vill- e, well-know- n n car-loa- d SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. e KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, ad-vise- d Dry one-ha- lf corn-iDi- f. . t&Vc TiAirm l.iC5-011UJ!i- rn-lT"AT- ri in I grarc PREWITT. TO THE LADIES. CYCLONE REDUCTIONS y sov-entee- n Watches, Clocks, Sterling an Plated Silverware, Spectacles, Fruit Trees For Sale N Danks, The Jeweler, 1 thTsi-'al- . well-to-d- o To Playsioians. IDsTIEIW 6 GrOODS --- FAUL WINTER McROBERTS. All In. Come and See. H. J. It -Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Octoiieu 13, 1893 J. ALU JILL OlAllLLOlli H110, VERY Stanford, Ky., NYE SAYS THEY WERE NEAft TO EACH OTHER. - W. P. WALTON. THROUGH SLriEL'lXG OARS VIA BIO FOUIt ROUTKTOTIIK WORM)' KAIIl. Though niffarlng- Some whnt In Their Idea anil Habile, Ther Were Nevertheless Quite, Inaeparable-Tl- io Story or T,lelr r.ir Touehingir Told. We all lovo comfort, especially when traveling, and what a groat comfort it in to bo able to take a Bleeping car a', your own home which runs right through to Chicago without change and lands paraengera at the entrance gate of the grtat World's Fair without a aingle change or transfer of any kind. How can this be accomplished? Why simply by asking your local agent for a ticket via the Dig Four Iloute, which is absolutely the only line running through sleeping cars in connection wfth the E. T., V. A G. Kailway and Queen A Crescent Houto direct to the World's Fair Grounds and landing passengers con venient to tho World's Fair Hotel Dis trict. Through Sleeping Car leaves Macon 11:10 a. m , Atlanta 2:10 i: ., Home 4:55 i m., Chattanooga 7:25 !. m., and arrives at Chicago 5:15 v. M., Ask for tickets via Uig Four Iloute and for further nformation address D. B. Martin, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati. To Chicago via tiik Lakes. The greatest trip to the greatest fair on enrth ride; Detroit to Chicago and a via tho grandest palace steamers on tho Lakes. Plcturesquo scenery. Returning from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can go to Chicago by rail and return via tho Lakes and Detroit. Berth and meals included between Mackinac and Chicago Bound-trirate from Cincinnati $21 30 (via Toledo and boat 30c U'rifi For full ther information ask and G), II. A D. K. B. agent, or address K. 0. McCormick, G. P. A T. A. C, H. A D. It, it., Cincin nati, O. 1,000-mile p JIount Amv, N. C, 8opt. 36. This town is a post vlllngo of Surry county, this atate, and haa cotton factories, flour mills, shoo factories for man and boast, tobacco factorfen for the sumo purpodo, wool carding machines, mineral fprings, ndwspapcni, otc, but its principal hit was mado as tho homo of tho Siamese twins. Settling hero beforo tho lato war, theso strange men, so different in character, yet ao cousUntly thrown iuto each oth- - Copyrleht, 1W, lir Edgnr W. Kye. hi OLD NKIOHDORS OK TUB TWINS. NW Norfolk Western OR j, 19 J Schedule htpl C10. LKAVK NORTON DAILY 10:15 n. m for Graham, lllueficld, I'ocahonlM Lynchburg, Kichmond and Norfolk. Sleeping Can Irom lllufltrld fa Norfolk and Ksdford; alto from Lynchburg 10 Richmond Trains lor i'ocaho'mai, i'owhatanand Ooodn will Uae liluffttld daily at 7 oo a rn, i 05 p tu and 4 ao p in. and 9 00 p rn iltily for Lsavc Ulurficlil Kruova and Columbus, 0 Chicago and all pointl 1'ullmaD Ittpcr on 9 no p m train tor Chi. Writ. iMia Tralna arrive at Norton Irom til East daily at SSJ P u r )r further information ai to schedules, ratia Ac., apply to agenti of Norfolk & Western Kail W. II.HKVILL, roader Can. Pan. A jl Itoaookr, Va. M F. IIRAiiG, Trav I'aat. Agent lj Additional Iraina for Welch and Intcrrnrdlatt m ) m ill! tationa oo tlkhoin litve lUurfirld .ir VOU ARE OOINO. NORTH or WEST, . .THE . Louiavuic a NatHviiii R. wSF R, li the liue for you, ai ita Double Daily Trains Make cloie connection! at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI er alt pointi. THROUGH TICKKTS SOI.I). Kor any Information IIACOAWK CIIKCKKD Or JOKS KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky W,W. I'KNN.Tra I'm Agent, Junction CtY, Ky THKOUCH e.iquireof CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, And all other Kaatern Cities. IN KKKECT NOV. iSyi Shorten. Line between Louisville, Leung ton'and Kailern l'ointi. 1, EAST HOUND. Lre. Leiingtoo Atlantic Express No. daily .. j icpm Ml. Hand Accommodation, No, 16. ex. Sunii,40an VMtiliule-Kapren, No 14. daily 6.10pm Ml. Merlins Accom , No. iJ, tx. Suu. S5pm WEST HOUND Arr. l.eaingtun: Letmrton Accom., No 7,e Sun 7 3$am lA)uiivlllc Express No. 11, dally 11.40pm I.eungton Accom. No 15, ex Sun 413pm Vcitibitlcd Esprcts No: j, daily .. 6. lonm Solid Vmllmled Traina with Dining Cart. Na but tranters, Through Sleepers from I.oiriglan without change. j, 11. W. KULLKR, l.en. Pass. Agt, W aihington, U. 0 KVAN, Ass'l Gen. Paai.Agt.. en. Cincinnati. i : 9 It taM)a MOTHERS 1VIJ I EVrVirV" 1 rviLii To Young TZMJPV&HI Mothers 1 Makii Cklld llrtk Easy. onortens L,aDor, Lessens Pain, Endorsed by the Leading Phyiidi.ni. iloofc to " Mot hir$" malt t FMJSJC. HRADMELD REGULATOR CO 9 ATLANTA, QA. SOLD BY ALL.DRUQQIiTa. er's society by a circumstance which they culd not prevent, and which was about 7i inches in length, lived until the winter of 1875-4- J under tho American nntno of Bunker. Hero they were married, hero their children wero born, nnd horo they died. Recontly I have had tho pleasure of reading an instruotivo article on theso gentlemen prepnred by M. A. Dufour for a French journal, and with the items of interest offered mo by tho old neighbors of Chang and Eng besidca I venture to writo a letter on theso much talked of peoplo from Siam. M. Dufour goes on to stato that "las d'exhilwr leur devant les curleux des deux monn'cs, ils avient acquis uno jolle feruie, a Mount Airy dans lo comto do Surrey (Caroline du Nonl) poti d'armees avaut la guerre do w:e-sloet paosedalent ouelqucs esclaves." Carohno du Nonl is good. I shall have that put on my cards hereafter. Translated, M. Dufonr's happy expression implies that, "tired of displaying tholr natal hyphen to the gaping crowds of Iwth worlds, they had purchased a pretty farm at Mount Airy, Surrey couuty, N. C, a few yetirs beforo the war of They owneil a few slaves." On this last question thero id a difference between authorities. M. Dufour, who wim thoroughly familiar with his subject, states positively that they wore not antagonistic regarding tho grttit question of the right to maintain and extend slavery in other words, that the war did not separato Chang and Eng. Yet 1 was told by a man who claimed to know them well that Chang owned ono slave, whilo Eng did not, nnd did not favor tho unholy truffle. Chang believed that, slavery beingagood thing, ouecould not havo too much of it, also that states had tho right to regulate it as they would tho liquor traffic, whilo Eng believed that it was a national question and finally refused to help catch and return Chang's nigger for htm. My informant raid that this led to ttrifo between tho two, and that when they wero on their way homo from tho lodge, where Eng, not being a member, had reluctantly gono to seo Chang tako tho d degree, thoy had an opn rtipturo nlmost, after which Chang enlisted in tho Confederate army anil Eng in tho northern army. Later, however, both deserted, noticing how awkward it would bo in cao one should suddenly decide to die for mother, homo nnd country, whilo tho other longevity. This eamo man told mu that when Nancy Hunker was born her father insisted that her Undo Chang Hhould run for tin doctor. Eng and Chang mean, in the Siameso tonguo, with which I am perfectly familiar, "right" and "left." They were born at Bnugeseu, Slum, April 15, 1811, almost simultaneously. Thoy had a Chinefe father, nnd their mother was onedtalf Chinese, the other half being Siamese. In putting on their dress buUb they let out the lower btud of tho thirt in order to givo room for tho striingo coffee colored coupler which joined tho two at tho base of the sternum. Tho sternum is tho breast bone. Theso two twins wore brought to the United States at tho ago of 18 and were on exhibition up to tho time they settled down at Mount Airy. They appeared jointly. Thoso who taw them say that Chang and Eng did much by their public appearances to elevate and refine those who saw them. Still Chang was intemperate, according to Dr. Jacobi, and many a time Eng, who was quiet and Miber. had to go on in Chung's phico its an understudy. Eng was tt Baptist, and on the day he united with tho rhmvh and was Chang iiiMMed on accompanying him in a beastly state of intoxication. Th'M wen the best known twins in hWtory, living to thi iw of 04, or nearly bo. Thf Two Ileat'.ed Nightingale is yet li in' nt the age of i .', hut is still siuglo that ih, nun unii'd. do not know how I would projMWt the Two Headed I might Nightingale. l. acceptable to one of her reasoning f.. '..Iti-'swhilo the other might l.o more . native to horrible bights and refuse. Chang had Mime literary ambition, WUfcfe fcng did not Chang's love foi 'tralt-d'tinlo- n u, thirty-eecun- had invented what ho called the author's friend. It consisted of an illuminated wall at ono end of tho rWn mado of a mixture ' Vldch lighted it Up 80 that ho Could pre- Borvo " which had wado ita ap pearance during tno nignt. Ho also invented tho Edinburgh joko gimlet and used it successfully while in Scotland. They wero moro irritated against each other after tho war than beforo, for Chang lost his nigger and bitterly Eng for being at tho bottom of it. On top of all this, Eng tried to reconstruct Chang. Chang married somo timo beforo tho idea occurred to Eng, and though ho entered fully into the spirit which prompted Chang to wed he often felt ill at easo and out of placo sitting up lato of nights during tho courting and taking cold looking at tho moon and protending to bo asleep. Theroforo ho soon turned his attention toward marriago, and accompanied by his brother ono evening mado a proposal to Chang's Sho rojectcd him, claiming that, according to her notions, relatives ought not to bo too thick. Nevertheless it was Chang's wife, who felt that sho bad bitten off moro than sho could masticate, who induced her sister at last, whilo under tho influence of wino jelly, to accept Eng, and for somo timo tho four occupied tho samo houso, ato at tho samo tablo and drank from tho samo canteen. But jealousy arose, and as result each husband built a soparato house. Chang would go over and visit Eng for n week, and then Eng would tomo over and spend a week with Chang They wero passionately fond of horso-bac- k riding and baseball, Chang playing in tho Surry team and Eng in tho Mount Airy Sockless nine. This was told mo by tho man who claimed that Chang was married quietly, whilo Eng took his wife on a tour of European travel. Ab farmers thoy had somo troublo in certain kinds of work, but M. Dufour says that thoy often hoed in tho field, using the "outside" arms to tako hold of tho boo. They also enjoyed chopping wood, using tho nx in tho same manner. By a signal, consisting of a grunt, which seems to bo necessary to tho chopper anyway, tho two struck simultaneously, tho ax helvo being grnspod by tho right hand of ono and tho left of the other, tho liand nearest tho ax beitig permitted to slip on tho handle at the right moment, just as in ordinary chopping. Tho children aud grandchildren of Chang and Eng aro scattered pretty well over tho country. Tho brothers married two Misses Yatea, and Naucy Buuker, tho eldest child, had somo educational Sho traveled in Europe advantages. with her father aud undo and acted as their secretary. M. Dufour claims that tho two broth-er- a did not unite with tho Baptist church, but that tho widows and children did. Perhaps this is correct, for I am gradually losing faith in tho man who said tho brothers wero immersed whilo Chang had a Siameso jag on. Dr. Jacobi states that "tho connection of the Siamese twins took placo in their epigastric regions between tho navel, which was common to both, and tho processes, which wero bent out in a forward direction and met very closely, held together by a ligamentous apparatus. Tho coupling itself was 8 inches in circumference and 2 in diam-teIt contained a connection between tho two livers and was composed partially of liver tissue." Tho band was very curious from an anatomical standpoint, as tho skin at the median lino was mutually sensitive, and insido thero was a combination of tho jivritoueum, so that after death a hand introduced into tho abdomen of Chang entered two pouches reaching into Kng, and the reverse produced almost n bimilar result as to Chang. Separation during life was thereforo impossible. Ono evening in tho winter of 1875-- 6 Chang went to bed feeling indisposed, and Eng, who was of a sociablo turn of mind, joined him. After conversing for fomo timo about their prospects, and finally getting tomewhat acrimonious regarding their management, they nt last compromised, agreeing that Chang fhould go under ono management and Eng under another. Then thoy dropped off to sleep. In the night a wyd cry from Eng pierced tho darkness, and when the family came ! parents dissected about Night after night ho would tive way. having their that pull Eng out of bed while sound asleep A friend of mino named Quill Patter-to- n and jerk him around in the dark, jotting says that his old doctor has Quill's down memoranda of thoughts ho had father's stomach in alcohol, and though during tho night. Chang gonitis. m 3 HARD TIMESARE OVER d vr toKt Quill has offered him over nnd over again four times what tho organ is worth from a mercantile standpoint, hoping to obtain it and bury it with the old gentleman, tho doctor claims that Quill can't positively identify it, and so just becauso Mr. Patterson, boforo his fathor's death, did not fix in his memory the features of tho old gentleman's stomach so that ho could recognize it anywhere ho is now denied it by a man who has no real claim on it. Tho Siamose twins were carefully examined by Drs. Pancoast and Agnew of Philadelphia, nftor which thoy wero photographed, and no ono to look nt them could have believed that they had been so recently and thoroughly explored. Tho sons replevined their fathers, but not in time to provent the exploration. Two modest marble monuments mark the graves of thoso two strango men. It was first suggested that ono largo stono should bo erected, but this was given up. Tho motto at the top was to havo been: : At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giant monopolies of manufactures, but now the panic-scarreand overloaded manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as fast as they can, which means that prices are now being liAUGHTlBBffiJB 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 are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hangoods, rotten with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the mauufac-turerRead these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes j5i, worth li. 50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c worth $i. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1.25. Ladies Button Shoes 90c, worth 1.50. The largest and best selected stock of Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. 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 s. slstor-ln-la- : UNITED WE STAND; DIVIDED WE FALL. : i JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. The World's Fair Route from the Sooth What ths Dor Knew. I huppened ono day to bo in a Tennes-e- o mountain town when an election was taking place, nnd thero was one fellow who was doing moro talking than anybody else audgottingintorepeated rows. Ho was followed everywhere by a shepherd dog, and lato, in tho evening I found him ou tho edgo of town in n most dilapidated condition, tho result of a fight with the wrong man. Tho dog was trying to lead him home. "Well," I said, "what's tho matter?" "Fightin," was his brief response. "You look it," said I, quite fearlessly, for I felt safo under the circumstances. "That's a good dog you have. Do you want to sell him?" "No, siree," ho replied, brightening up n littlo. "Here, Carlo," ho said, and tho dog faced about and sat up. Then he put him through a lot of difficult tricks, apparently forgetting till about his own battered condition "Why," I exclaimed, "blamed if lie doesn't know as much as you do." The mau looked at mo aggressively. "More, mister," ho said; "ho knows enough to keep his mouth shut." Detroit Freo Press. Knew Pennsylvania short lines IS OVER THE MOM LOUISVILLE OB INClUDta CINCINNATI. , t DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE PaBmarr jillbula Sleeping and Bufltt Pirlor Citt. Cnl' floute Through the Indiana Natural Gas Belt. THROUGH A Macready was playing in a country d town, and upon a night when he to perform "Macbeth" a small scene painter was cast to act The Bleeding Sergeant. At rehearsal tho "star" was quiet enough, merely scanning the local performer as ono prize fighter might judge of tho points of another. When tho night came, however, a very different scene was enacted. The sergeant dashed on, dropped upon his knee and said: pro-lose- It Wiu JHWHraSBT THCtt UNta AND THEIX CONNECTIONS CAN Bt itCU9t AT THE PRINCIPAL TICKET OfHCU Of aOUTHtRN HAIIWAVI. TICKETS to For special information in regard AN hates nm 04 True. tzszym " A .rffjc 1 re ,.( Vi ' iOtWi V tibi mr" A tv ut. 1 jU CETAIL3 CONCERNING THIS FIRST-CLAPIEASE APPLY IN PERSON OR UTTER TELEGRAM TO EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING I OEilPEO SERVICE, f I. Queen & Crescent Route "Finest Trains in the South." Through Cars toChicago without change.from New Orleans, Meridian. Birmingham, Chattanooga, Jacksonville Ha., Atlanta, Macon, Ashcville.'N. C, Knoxvillc. Tenn., Lexington and Georgetown, Ky. Choice of routes via alStop-oveCincinnati or via Louisville, lowed on all World's Fair tickets, at Chattanooga, Louisville. Indianapolis or Cincinnati. For further information as to Rates, Car Service, Sleeping Car Reservations, etc., call on or address any agent of the Queen & Crescent Route or E. T V. & G Ry. D. G, EhWAKlM, G. I A., Cincinnati, O. My lord, as Mctliouglit 1 hill. stood upon my watch upon the wood 'gan movo to- .vmi SlKUIl H. tlCIT. Joatfcrn Piss'r Innt, GEO. S. TEOKPSOS. S. I. Irest, Pim r agist, 1. IKDIKSOJ, - JiSimtt TITO. Hut UIIJGKJ. IT. - 10UI3YILU. II. KOODT. iiaiiUnt Gtseral Pua'r I. K. Cor. fvtuth ami Tins Eta, ajCtniTLQ. Inst, m wards Uutisiuane. that nirnnm r. Thereupon Macready, with a growl of rage and tho words, "Liar and slave!" rushed at tho httlo man and shook him till his teeth rattled. Tho mauled performer mado a bolt for it, and at the same timo justified his conduct by out: "It's true, s'elp me, Mr. Macready, sir. The stage manager told mo to tell you!" Argonaut. Humble Hi. Tho story la told of a well known New England clergyman that ho onco exchanged with tv brother clergyman and was entertained nt the house of a parishioner who was even too hospitable Sho insisted tijioii his eating a largo pieco of mhico pio for dinner, aud tho minister yielded against his Iwtter judgment. Tho consequence was that he became violently ill mid was tinablo to preach that afternoon. Tho doctor was summoned, nnd whilo he was ministering to his agonized patient the latter looked up and said feebly, but with an inimitable twinkle in his eye: "Doctor, I'm not afraid to die, but I'm ashamed to!" Youth's Companion. A Good Laugh In Store. I THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. 4V5aV.''' GOOD PAY ! ! FOR GOOD WORK done before, however, but never have those furnished boon so near the original Miupleaa thU ono. Everyone will exclaim. " Well I that's the sweetest baby lover saw!" TUU engraving can rive little you buta faint Wen of thoexQUteiteorlginal. bluck-uuJ-whlt- o iKJ VOU WANT TO ADOPr A BABYl Mnybo you think this la a now business, stndinc out tm tiles on nppUcation ; It has been .f nr a ,r For Ladies or Gentlemen I itmm. - rJ X .. -- . ..TV -- '.K ..Ma m $5 to $500 Cash! r9wRBBssB'sflElJib.r Winks Como along, old boy, I've got two complimentary tickets for a dramatic performance. Jiuks Tragedy or comedy? Winks Tragedy. Jinks I don't like tragedies. They appeal so strongly to one's sympathies that I always feel blue for a week. Winks This one won't. You'll come home as jolly as if you'd been to a It's by an amateur company. jir-cuTit-Bit- s. Accordiug to results accomplished; in addition to a liberal commission of twenty per cent. 'cJPC&a ' Vi yi iSiiriMsnTisBsf AIo GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Vifrc41s3v(??lflsiBtisHsssssl It iBslHsvi.dssflHiVssBMsfl sEF&slfls&ssssflssHErtnHysrl In HI Dream. Conductor (giving, him a shake) Tickets! Sleeping Suburbanite (pushing his hand away) No, you don't, Maria! If you want that baby walked with, you can walk with him yourself. I'm going to get somo sleep tonight, by jocks, if I miss 50 trainsl Chicago Tribuue. AT THE GRAVK OF THR TWINS. or Uncertainties. Erery thing Fair, Honorable, Plain and Positive. See programme iu the No Impossibilities Weekly Enquirer of our Fourth Annual Couteet among Agents for largest clubs. Jgy An Agency fo the Weekly Encjuikkk is a profitable busiuei. It is the bctt fcchool in the world to prepare one for a business contact with the public, a stepping-ston- e I , Eug was found almost delirious with the discovery that he was linked to tho dead body of his brother. He lived for an hour only, tho fright and horror of his situation precipitating his death. No cases aro recorded of successful separation In cases similar to this, though it has beeu several times attempted. Considerable troublo was mado by the two sons, who came home from tho weat and heard on their arrival that tho doctors had feecured the bodies and gono Vay to get them photographed; also to wl'ttt made the "wheels gb round." They gratified their morbid curiosity and then brought back the bodies, with thanks. The brothers wero displeased about it, and so expressed themselves. Some people are perhaps morbidly sensi A Problem. "John," said his wife, "what are you doing?" for fuel." "Figuring," he replied. "Figuring on what?" "On which we can better afford to do buy coal or ue tho jwrlor furniture Washington Star. to bueineea The Only Way. Mrs. Bingo Dear, I want a velvet dress this fall. Bingo Then you will have to let me Join that poker club. Cloak Review. Ilia A lit Ice. qualification and future prosperity. We want good Agents to solicit for subscriptions. The inducements are estra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. Young Man Doctor, I havo no appetite. Doctor Theu why don't you marry tho girl? Life. this greatest painting of Ida Waugh (the most celebrated or modern baby life) aro to be given to those painters of who subscribe to Demorcbl's Family Maga-iln-o for Vim. The reproduction! cannot be told from the original, which cost JlOJ, and are tho arno size il"x2J Inches). The baby la life alio, aud absolutely lifelike. We have also in preparation, to present to our during IBWt, other great nlctim by iuchartulsiislV'rcy Jloran.J'aud Humiihrey, UhiU I)cchamp, and others of world-wid- e renown. Take only two ciuroi'les of what ," we did diiYhiir the past j ear. " A Yard of and "A Wlilto House Orchid" by the wi'eot l'rcfttdent Harrt&on, and you will see what our promises mean. Those who subscri bo forDeraorest's Family Magazine for WtJ will possess a gallery of exquisite works of art of great value, betides a Magaxlne that cannot be euualed by any lo the world for ils beautiful Illustrations and subject matter, that will keep everyone posted on all the topic- - of the day, and all the fudi and different items of Interest about the household, besides furnishing Interesting tru ling mutter, both gruvo and gay, for the whole family; and while Demnrcirt's is not a fuhlouMsgiLzitie, its fashion pages are we give you. frte of ronf.all the patterns you wish to use during the J ear, and In anv situ you choose. Send in your subscript Ion at once, only $2. and you will really get over VS In value. Address the publisher. W. Jennings Demorest. 15 Kast llth St.. New York. If you ore unacquainted with th tUfiuiQC, scud 10 cents for a syocJmeo cop wib-seribFun-lienper-fect.n- d n I'M A DAIST." which we propose to send to you, tranpor-Utlo-u paid. The littlo d&rlinr reft avaluat pillow, and Is in tbo art of drawing off lu sock, the mate of which has been pulled pink off and flung aside with a triumphant ooo. The nesh tints are perfect, and the eres follow you, no matter whero you stand. Thoexqul-siterenrCHluctlons- or M - l- - 'JLL'jt Af TEA CAPS AND GOWNS TWO DAYS TAILOR DRESSMAKER'S. AT A MADE m Dresses That Are Almost Clumlcnl InThclr Form and Drnplnjr Soma Very Trctty Lounging Kobe A Ilortense IIuuso Dress The Serpentine 'WaUts. ICepyrlglit, ISPS, by American Press Association. There nre several houses in New York ihnt make n specialty of tea gowns niul lounging robes, nud others where noth ing hut tailor made gowns aro produced, unless possibly some habits and a few ceats snch ns reouiro strict tailor finish, Last week I devote$wo days to going to seo what they were producing for the benefit of such ladies as like to be in fityle while making their own garments. In one place I found the prettiest lot of tea caps that fairies ever dreamed of. There was one of white crepe lisse, with an accordion plaited foundation, which was again laid in box plaits, so that the edge stood up all around in a succession of fluted nifties. On the top there was about n yard of baby blue Tom Thumb ribbon tied in loops around a bunch of the crepo lisse, and standing upright in tho center of this were a couple of milkweed puffs. Tho wholo thing was as light as thistlo down and no larger than the palm of one's hand. Crepe lisse and tho very lightest of laces and most delicatoof ribbons, feathers and flowers are tho only things suitable for theso delicate bits of finery, and it must be confessed that they are dainty and coquettish additions to a toilet There vn one to go with a royal blae velvet and figured peau desoiogown. The gown was cut pompadour in the neck. The tea cap was of blue gauto worked on tho edges with fine gold threada.J Standing up in front were several blue cornflowers, with two gold wheat ears. Who can say that was not lovely? Another that "went with" an old rose surah Bulgarian and lace tea gown had a cap that consisted of fine rosettes of pink silk muslin cut in deep notches on the edges, bo that the full rosettes looked like so many lovely chrysanthemums. There are others with faint hints of Italian, Turkish and Russian head wear about them scarcely strong enough to and yot they were there, and one or two boro a resemblance to a Queen of Scots coif, with pearl edges. They were all tasteful, dainty and becoming, and their advent is a matter for congratulation. The tea gowns aro not less lovely, flowing and graceful than they have been heretofore, and some of them have a distinct character. In one house where nothing is turned out but these creations there are numbers of tea gowns almost classical in their form and draping as well as trimming. I fell in love with one of heavy white arniure silk, which has a long train, with tho key pattern worked in gold around tho bottom. There was over this a peplum of white cashmere, lined with maize colored Florentine, and this hung open instead of being closed. On all of the points were gold balls. There wero loose sleeves which reached a full foot longer than tho arm on the back. Tho upper part was looped up with a fiat gold button on each shoulder. The Bilk en portion formed a waist gathered full around tho bust and held in with a Greek belt of gold links and gold fringo to the pendent portion. The peplmn came up to the neck in tho back and fell looiely in front, showing tho full waist. Another elegant tea gown was of two ehades of heliotrope, very dark and very light. The gown was cut snug princess in the back, with tho fnllnesa for the train laid in fan plaits between the teams at the waist line. The material was velvet and faille. The fronts were double that is, there was a close princess front of faille and a loose one of velvet, lined with cream colored satin. The velvet fronts hung open naturally. Down the center of tho front was a ja- de-Hu- princess in tho back and with laid in closo plaits. Tho front of tho waist was drawn up into a loose drapery and had a deep basque frill of lace. Thero was a wide laco colkr extending down tho waist, jabot fashion, to tho waist line, whero it oncircled two long magenta satin tabs, ono of which was fastened under and ono over the laco basqno rnflle. Tho sleeves were bishop, mado very long and caught up in loops a little nbovo tho elbows and let fall to just below them. They were gathered at tho wrist in a manner quite popular just now and fell over the hand and wero lined with lace. Such a gown as this is naturally for private house wear and takes tho placo of the old robe do chambre. I 6aw another novel and attractive homo dress mado in tho stylo rendered historical by Queen Hortcnso, though it differs a trifle, after all, from tho old ono. This had tho short waist of rich black velvet brocado nnd tho skirt of dark bluo taffeta. Tho upper sleeves wero of ribbed velvet black and bine and tho rich ribbon garnituro was of blue satin. Around tho bottom of the skirt that reached only to tho instep was a festoon trimming of tho ribbon, with windmill bows between the festoons. Tho waist was cut off short at the back, and the skirt was sown on it. A loop of ribbon passed around, and there was n small bow set exactly in tho middle of the ribbon at the waist line. Some of tho tea jackets nro very beautiful, and all aro dainty nnd graceful. They aro cut to reach nearly to tht knees and are made of every conceivdemi-train - u Some (titoil Specimen Cat Up. K THE FARMER'S BEEF BREED. of the Fine Old DeT-unnhl- ro In districts where dairy products pay better than beef raising tho agriculturist should select his cows from tho well known milk, butter nnd cheeso families. But if ho is a small farmer in a rough . -- 5rvk&. Devon cattlo. The Devons are among tho hardiest of cattle, well adapted to a hilly or mountainous region. They can rough it as well as anything with hoofa and horns should be allowed to rough it. Whore oxen are necessary, the gentle, intelligent Devons make the best ones of nil. A Connecticut dairy farmer who makos vast quantities of Jersey butter keeps a pair of Devonshire oxen to do all the rough work of the farm nnd is suro it pnys him. Besides that, in England, the native homo of roast beef, there is a belief that tho best meat which comes to the British markets is that of a stall fed Devon steer. Western ranchmen havo heretofore objected to the long horns of the Devon as being in tho way of shipping them, but with the new and painless methods tif dehorning now in use this objection fades out of sight Finally, if thero be such a thing as a general purine cow, which there is not, tho Devon comes nearer it than any other breed. The cows of this family country not convenient to market he could not do better than to cultivate tho rniE TIRED AMERICAN DEVON BULL. now the Orent Nerre Doctor IHetl. Angina pectoris wns not mispccted. lie said that a few days in the forest of Morvnn. which, standing high nud being well watered, is cool, would set him all right again, nnd as soon as ho could he left town on a natural history and excursion. The other tourists were Drs. Dobovo nnd Strauss and some other old pupils. They fell on n ploasant inn at Settons, near Chateau Chinon, nnd sat up talking about the unexplored regions of biology. It was a delightful evening. A lake wns stretched out before them. Dr. Charcot spoko in connection with it of tho sootldng and renewing action of nature on a jaded physique. Plans were mado for excursions, and it was arranged that they wero to avoid tho heut of the day by starting early in tho morning. When tho inn servant went to call Dr. Charcot, ho found him dead. A half written letter lay on his desk. It was to his son. for whom ho overy ovoning wrote a lively account of tho tour. Tho last words were: "I hojH) to finish tomorrow, ns we must rise, bvforo 0. I must now try nnd sleep." London News. Enterprising drummers of St Louis' members ofJtheiTravelera' Protective hotel will build an eight-storin that city. SecretaryCarliIo sent to tho henato a now estimate placing the probable total cost of deportation of Chinese laborers under tho Geary act nt H 300,000, of which sum SGO,000 would bo required for tho current fiscal year. CaugresBUiau Breckinridge arrived at his home In JLexington Thursday. Ho Btated that It wnalton early to talk yet tho Pollard (suit, but said that ho wanted the people of his district to be perfectly satisfied of his gutlt or innocence beforo thotimoof thelection,nnd would answer tho charges at tho propor time. Ho will remain in Lexington some days if tho vote in tho House does not come up at once An unconfirmed report is published nt San Franriro that a syndirato of American nnd English capitalists tins purchased Lower California from Mexico for nearly $50,000,000, and will ask tho I'nited States to annex tho Territory y ut THE ADVOCATE Comet to you every other day in the year for en ly The cheapest and bft paper in Kintuckr jo ct nit gets it for three months. Addiet THE ADVOCATK. Danville, Kj. MYERS HOUSE ir fcX-STER- STABLE P. W. CREEN.Prop. n connection sntri th Myers House, barbccu supplied with Thit stable, which It run n A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, tsupply the public with nn -- rummer's Supplies and It better than ever 8 prepaicn FIRST-OLA8- BIOS OFIAL.L. KINDS. s Personal and promptatlention'givcntoWtddtOf Parties and Ilurial. AE. 1IUIINS, Manager p.W..0REEN. 'Proprietor. ffiwai " renaumr In doath, JAKANJSSE) e, TEA CAPS AND GOWNS. able material and covered with lace and ribbons. One of maize china Mlk had pink ribbons and white lace, and these wero caught up into bunches and held by jewel pins. Theso aro quite fashionable to use as a means of looping and fasten, ing laces and ribbons on house toilets. Souio of tho tea jackets have wide ruffles of chiffon gauze and crepo lisse so light that a breath moves thorn. Some white jackets have pink, maize blue corinth red ruffles. Thero are some tea jackets of white foulard with blue, brown or black dots, and these, like the others, aro loaded with lace and ribbon of pretty tints. These jackets worn over plain skirts givo an appearance quite elaborate. Ono very elegant tea jacket was of pale violet rep, with rich cream guipure with bunches of pale pink and green satin ribbons, not over half an inch wide, set in among the masses of lace. Several of them have the fronts cut out pompadour and have elbow sleeves of velvet or heavy ribbed silk to contrast with the rest. One of the most effective was very simple. Thero was a foundation of milliner's net, and ovor this wm drawn a surface of fine mull. Overlying that was a piece of black dotted veiling. Around the bottom was a band of fino black chautilly insertion, with a full ruffle of laco to match, as well as down tho front and around the neck and sleoves. There was a winglike arrangement of black lace on tho shoulder above tho bishop sleeve, intermingled with nauve magenta velvet ribbon, and thero was a full rosette of tho same with perhaps 20 ends of tho ribbon about 18 inches long. It was very handsome and quite different from any othor. The serpentino waist has gono out, giving placo to neat but fanciful basques, and theso are as diverse as tho tastes of tho wearers. Short waists can be made into basques by the addition of a ruffle, a ripple, turret points, slashes or bias pieces sewn on. Tho skirts and the basques aro all short and do not interfere with the general style of the waist trimming, which runs as much to ruffles and bretelles as ever. tocthache.bad cold, rheumatism, nemalgia. colic and pile The results are woudrrful, Scared hy a Illcycle. I lerncured A hore attached to u wugon driven chills and fever bate K. II. l.yle, In to minutes. Churchill, Ky by John Grafton took fright at a bicyclo in Prospect park on Wednesday night It.lksTliut Are Priceless. There havo been placed on exhibition Or JKraoifberlc in tho Massachusetts building somu relics of priceless value which aro for the first time exited to public view. Tho first of theso is n copper watch worn by Miles Standish during the historical trip of tho Mayflower in 1020, Then thero is a series of pictures of Br Ansonrnox. houses in Eugland whero tho Puritan pilgrims met beforo undertaking their voyngo to America. Ono is an accurate picture of tho manor house at Scroohy, England, the official residence of tho A. Jrrr. Sra. Archbishop of York, which was tho IOUISVILLC, KY. meeting placo of tho pilgrims when they decided to make their eventful western o 0miaMAM, Ala. journey. BUJTEtnd fur SO jugt beak free. In tho same building thero is on exhiTostlmonlnl bition the original manuscript of Charles The Electropoitewill Sumner's speech in congress on that his- where nothing else will. cure many caiet U alteate It has worked like a toric day in May, 183., when tho orator charm in my family Kev Cm II. Meant, Covlngtuo, Ky . was attacked by Brooks. Tho manuIt ccrtunly it script was handed by Sumner to Con- moreI wonderful a wonderful iut'rumentanJ yet 11 a to how it doet It work, It gressman Williams immediately after dMil. T U. U Itrmley. the Sou'h the delivery of the speech nnd has since (1 he veteran plow manufacturer olLouiivllle, Ky. been carefully preserved. Chicago HerWith the F.lKtropo te have cninl drtpeptU, ald. constipation ant liver trouble, Ugrippe, hrakach ZuFX'fW'!11.'"' I'nManopratli" iwrnisucnt nnneerr. Jf.,0.T.!In.'!.PrtmP,B'0 Treatment, consisting 0' UKH ,oprole of Ointment two Hoxeanf Ointment. A ir navor-fallln- CUBE " r Jkr Why ndur. 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New V or CUT. -t- -. j-" JSSSp nnd plunged, with its driver, into a f mall lnke. The horse floundered in up to its shoulders and tho wheels sank deep into the mud. A policeman jumped into tho water, and seizing tho horso by the reins threw a lino to those on shore nnd with their help pulled the rig to Land. Brooklyn Times. OR. J. S .APPLEMAK tDJlounvun mwAnaTCHiacoHT(;(j ... , The Famous Specialist, To Visit Our City Professionally. THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINE TO........ PURE URED AMERICAN DEVON COW. will give a fine yield of milk if well cared for, nnd it is only less rich than that of the Jerseys and Guernseys. The Devons have their enthusiastic advocates among the beef raisers of the west, nnd the American Devon Cattlo club is well One of the most devoted sustained. Devon men in the country is Mr. B. R. Eldredge of Provo City, U. T. Give U Kentucky Saddle Hones. The ieoplo in early days largely depended upon horseback riding for long distnnco travel as well as for short trips; hence they encouraged breeds of horses which could carry their burdens with ease, botli to themselves and the rider. Tho saddlers of that early period were not the stylish and finished steppers of this. The best horses for the purtwso were brought from Canada, where the pace or ambling gait had been most encouraged, while Virginia nnd the south Atlantic states hod given more nttention to tho race horse. The Canadians were said to be a cross of tho early French stock with the stallions obtaiued from New York nnd New England. They combined the hardiness and perhujis the gaits of the former with the better size of the latter. When Kentucky was growing into statehood, away back in tho thirties, two classes of horses mainly were imported into her territory to grow up and fatten on tho succulent bluo grass. Thoy were tho thoroughbred and half blood from Virginia and now and then a pacer from Canada. Naturally theso wero crossed, becauso many people did not care to keep up the breeding of race horses, and tho cross produced a more useful animal, particularly for saddle purposes. Tho tasto for a real saddle horse is vitiated some theso days by a class of "professors" from Englund and Germany, who conduct riding schools in eastern citios. Thoy know nothing of the delight of horseback riding proper. They have perhaps never mounted a saddle horse of tho western typo nud therefore make tho most of what they know about the saddlo horso. Thoro is anothor reason for their adoption of tho high trotting horso in their schools. Many of tho eastern riders aro drivon to horseback as a relief from tho ills of counting houses. Uenco they expect to find it in the high stepping trot. Thoy are misguided nnd will find in tho end that tho ease of body and mind given by a morning ride on a gaited saddlo horso will prove moro beneficial than tho violent jolting they got on tho back of tho school horse. Still itvis not tho provinco of western horsemen to dictato to their patrons. Our saddlo hortrs aro capablo of taking on tho trot fT need be, nnd they will bo to educated while the craze lasts, but here's hoping that it won't be long. Mounting tho eastern hackneys for a saddlo horso is liko getting out of a fine buggy and taking an ox cart. The Horseman. Millet For Fattening Hog. "I had 81 head of hogs," says F. II. Smith of Brown county, S. D., "which I raised and fattened on millet seed, which made an average weight of 521 pounds on foot, and I fattened one hog that weighed 031 pounds. This hog gained for tho last SO days 2 -5 pounds per day. This millet makes pork that is hecond to none. It is a sure tf rop, grows quickly and no danger of frost. It is cheaper than corn and just as good if uot better for fattening 1- An Excellent Chance for the Sick and Suffering. On this doctors don't disagree. It may bo regarded a nn assured fact that the delegates to the Pan American Congress at Washington, who travel over the Chesapeake A Ohio Railway will, with one accord, praise its scenery and train Beryice. There is nothing in the way of lovely mountain views aud picturesque valleys of the Virginias, to compare with that through which the Chesapeake A Ohio Railrood passes. There is nothing of historic nature in America ns great as a trip through tho Virginias and there is no other railroad in America superior to the 0. & O. in the smoothness and stability of its tracks, the F. F. V. Vestibule Limited being one of the famous trains of the world. Tho Chesapeake A Ohio passes through Bull Run, Manassas and other noted battle fields and is in all respects the beat route for tho West, North-Wes- t nnd South-Wes- t to the National Capital. For copy of Virginia in black Hnd white, free nnd full information regarding rntes and train service, address C. B. Ryan. Assis tant G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. free Consultation, emiuition at his Private CraCAGilJ), And,.,... .. And I'arlort at the poVn'ts WEST T. Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, Oct. 10, ono day only, Returning every four vrreltt dutinj the year. NiDlCTM-WKS- WORLD'S FAIR Visitors, remember the Monon it the line, with Vestibuted Trains, Dining Cart, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman Ilullet Sleepers, at lowest rates. For Information address IAS. DARKER, C. P. V O CRUSH. I. A , Chicago. P A . Louisville B?iBMHs!JsMsHsV Farmers Bank&Trnst Of STANrORD, I Co KV . now fully organised and ready lor business wits Paid up Capital of ' 8urplus, . 1 ' - - $200,000. .J ti -- tiSlitlsVsssassssHslDlaKli lsiHtsssBPlvL''ir , t ' ' " SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL IIANK oy STANFORD, Now clotinc up) with the tame asset Heniuette Rousseau. Company nOMEGOWN AND LOUNGING DRESS. hot of cream Spanish lace, with loops of pale heliotropo baby ribbon set in all tho bends. Around the entiro bottom the velvet was slashed and piped with silk, and under the slabhes showed a ruffle of faille covered with lace. Tho silk tho same shade as tho faille, with filecves were itnmenpo bishop, of corded closely fan plaited at tfio top. This tea gown was naturally Try costly, but it was superb. There wero very many lovely gowns in tho printed silks overwhelmued with lace and ribbons. One beautiful gown was of palo blue aud cream striped silk cut somewhat in a Japanese fashion to lap across the bust. All the sido teams were left open, and under them showed a full accordion plaited skirt of rose pink crepon. Around tho waist and tying in the back in a largo bow with uhort ends was a sash made of wide cheuey ribbon, tho colors pink on a pale blue ground in wild roso pattern with delicate green leaves. A lounging robe was very pretty, made of mode crepon, trimmed with white guipure around the bottom. It was cut velvet revers edged with a rnillo of laco of ttie same pattern, but not quite as wide as the jabot. I should havo said that in the center of tho back of the skirt there were two widths of faille, Tho "wife and mother" writers havo for years been preaching to the effect that a woman ought to wear her best dress at homo for tho benefit of her household. It is doubtful if they have produced much result, because to tho women of moderato circumstances, for whom such advico is intended, a new dress does not come often enough to warrant her in exposing it to the dangers of practical housekeeping. It is impossible to wear delicate clothing while cooking and serving a meal without running serious danger of soiling it, and damaged finery is infinitely worse than none. Tho sensiblo woman will cling to her neat, washable cambrics and prints so long as she has to assist in the kitchen. "Company manners," however, never become spoiled by use, and if tho above mentioned preachers would fit their arguments to a text revised in accordance with this fact Lhe,sermon might bo more practical. Why should thero bo such a thing as company manners? Why should we not eat, speak and move as correctly when with tho family alone as when outsiders aro there? The sound of the voice nlone is with many persons sufficient indication whether a stranger is present or not. It costs nothing to say "If you please," and "I beg your pardon," and if husband and wife, mother and son or father and daughter lnet-- t in tho street it is as cheap for her to bow and him to raise his hat as it wouVl bo if they were mere acquaintances. T o habit of good manners has to be worn continuously in order to fit well put on only occasionally, like tho farmer's Sunduy suit, it hits as awkwardly and I places the wearer at as great a disadvan Logs." tage. Ellen Dekwent. Stunner. are, with $2 additional 'ssst-HBsBBIvMRPi 4 the round trip Harvest Excursions, itSIL, rrsS3sT- Aug. 22(1, Sept. 12th nnd Oct. 10th. The Wisconsin Ckntral Links will run low I)r Appleman, formerly of New York, now per rate Harvest Excursions on tho above manently located in Louisville, Ky , It a craduat New York dates to points in Minnesota, North and ofltellevue Hospital Medical Collect, its kind In City, the moit notable Institution of DIHICTOXt: Tickets will bo good 20 America, He has made a special study of the South Dakota. J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; r dayB from date of sale, with J. M. Hail, .Stanford; J.S.Owsley, Stanford; privileges to points west of St. Paul and EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, S. J. Euibry, Stanford; Minneapolis. For full information ad- And chronic Diteaem in the great llellevue and City, and there J. E Lynn, Stanlord; representa- Charityof Hospitals, Niw York many phenominal dress any of tho Company's sulit thit experience are J. K. Catb, Stanford, C. Pond, Gen. Pass, and cure all over the Slate. He successfully treats tives, or James William Cooch, Stanlord; One first-claeajf IHBVis;sssV P sssft 'ssla 'aB ssB sssiHL - K for the same management, By provisions of lis chatter, depositor are tt fully protected at tie depositors in Natioaal Ranks, its shareholder being held Individually liable to the extent Cl the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to IB amount invested in such shret. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at sn individual. To those who entrusted their buismess to us while mnaginK tha Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, w we here lender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering at a guarantee for prompt slt.n-lio- n to same, our twenty years experience-- ia banking andat liberal accommodations as are con. intent with sound banking. anduodtl stop-ove- Acute and Chronic Catarrh, . Queen & Crescent Route and Louis Hinging in Ear, deafness, diseases cf the eye, ear. throat. Tiiiik, atamach, liver, kidney, ur nary and vllle Southern R. R. nervou prostration, diabetes, dyspepsia, Excursions to Texas, Arkansas and Indi- bladder, constipation, rheumatiim, paralyiis, eptlensy or Orleans or Shrove-por- fits. Ilemorroid, piles, cured without knife. No an Territory via New October 10, 1893. Tickets on sale pain and no detention from wcrk. via Louisville or Cincinnati, Tickets good Young and Middle Aged, Men 20 days for return. Stop overs will bo on the sufferlne frrfa spermatorrhea and Impottncya allowed generally by Texas lines going paeBage. Call on agents for infor- the result 01 in voutbor excess i.t ma tone of the mation. O. H. Wood well, D. P. A., Lou ture year and other causes producingblotches, den emissions, Uville, Ky.; II. C. Shaw, T. P. A.. Uin following effect, such bility, nervousness, dizilness, contusion of Idea, cinnati, O.; W. O. Rinearson, G. P. A., averron to icciety, defective memory and sexual exhaustion, which unfits the victim for business Cincinnati, O. by remedies A . Home-Seekers' A. W. Carpenter, Millcdeville, Ky S, II. Shanks, President, Dr. J II. Owsley, Cashier, W. M llilght, Teller. t. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. aelf-abu- Capital Stock- Surplus 8200,000 21,300 m Perhaps Mime of our leader would like to know In vht respect Chamberlain' Cough Remcdr it better than any other. We will tell you. When thit remedy It taken at toon at a cold has been contracted and before it hat become settled In tba system, it will counteract the effect ol the cold and greatly letten itt teveiity, ami it it the only remwly that will do thit Itacttin ptcfoct harmony wi'h nature and aidt nature In reltevii,? the lungs, opening the secretions, liquefying the mu-cand cautmg itt cxpultton from the air cell of the lungs and restoring thnsystem to a strong nd healthy condition, No other remedy in the r.ar-k- et potiettet these remarkable propertied. No other will cure a cold to quickly. Konaleby W II. Mckoberts, Druggist, Stanford. ut or narriage, aie cot injuri us. "During my term of aurvlce In the army t contracted chronic dlarrhira," tayt A. K. Htnding, of invn siaiaey, vregon, i... amount of medicine, but when I found any that would give me relief they would injure my storn-ac- ic uu h, until Chamberlain't Colic, Cholera and Diar- ....... (111 X CllirUJ W UIWl.f. .W I. ..W..VW. it and will tav it the only remedy that gie m permanent relict aud no bad retultt fallow," Kor tale by W. II. McKobcrts, Diuirgitts, Stan-orKv. 1 d, The bett talve In the world tor cutt, bruiiet toret, uliert, talt rheum, finer tores, tetter, chapped handt, chilblain, corns and all skin erup tiontan positively curts piltk, or no pay required. It it guaranteed to 1:1 vv. pertect satisfaction per boa lri-S cent or money refunded "or talc by A K. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. o Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this it the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositor are sneured not only by the capital liability lor as stock, but by the stockholder amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank are made each yearto the United State governA Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture Gleet, etc, ment and itt attctt are examined at stated times cored by never failing remedie by government agenta, thus securing addititona Disease ai women, tuch a I.eucorrhea, painful tna perfect safety 10 depositor. Menstruatioa, Displacement ol Womb, bearing Thi institution, originally estiblithed a tha down pains ia back, relieved in short time. Deposit Hank of Stanlord le i8j8, then The Doctor carries all hi portable Instruments lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S65 and and comes prepared to examint the mctt obscure again reorganised at the First National Hank of medical and targical cases. Stanlord in 1S81, ha bad practically an uninterHe underwits no incurable disease but currr rupted existence of 11 year. It It letter supplied given up to die. hundreds now with lacilitie for transacting business prompt Arldrrat Correapondcnce solicited ly and liberally thau ever before In, its loug and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduS. APPEKMAN, M. I) . J. Louisville, Ky, ciaries, firms and Individual respectfully toileted. Write for Uaalth Journal, free, The Directory oi thit Hank 11 composed ol Forest as Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; C. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanlord; This nstlee forewarns hunters, fishermen and. S,I, naughman.iLmcoln; othari not to trespass on our lauds without permission, at all su.h will be prosecuted to the full . S. Hocker. Stanford;! U est extent of the law. Signed: W. A. TrIUile, Stanford; m. Lackowitz. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; d. nkwi.and. W. H. HAYS. T. P. Hill, Stanford. G C LYON. K.T., Tanner, McKinney; KREDIIAUMANN. M. Miller, Mt. Vernon. U. UYVaVTE. J I,. 1SKCIC. J, S. Hocker, President; T C. HAM, John J. McRohertt, Cashier; PKIKR HAI.MER. A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier, IS PHILLIPS. perintnetly cured Blood and Skin Diseases. POSTED. t. J. fc-- fc Utu i.in n f ar.tt.wifu,,.,iifd J2- - iptffcC'-- iJlT, i .', in H Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A. B. Robertson & Bro. ) Danville, " Fort Hunt. Cottage on East Main Ilnrvoy Helm. Bt. I'xTiiA fine roasted coffee in bulk at NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Farria & Hardin's. Kvkkythino In tho jewelry line cheap Attention Hunters. A complete line 13, 1893 for cash at l'ennv'a. of guns, rifle?, loaded shells, hunting coats, all at bottom prices. W. B. Jim Hamner, tho colored R. D. BRUCE E. C. Walton, Business Manager died Tuesday of ilropsy. Is A Rent for the Jonea Lock Wire Fence anj it is renounced the best For Rent. A cottago of three rooms, ?'ence in theby the Farn em to beno snagping!Wire world; no cutting, pic Any ono desiring to raise bill onions tight and bull strong Call on I. M. Iiruce at kitchen and cellar, wtth pood rii mi ; Stanford or address 11 D Druce at Danwlle, Ky. can secure tho sets or onions either by MEANS BUSINESS. on Lancaster etreit. liquiroat 4 Buy your school books and school sup- calling on Fielding Thurmond. Higgins & Watts' coal ollice. plies of nil kinds at A. II. Penny's. Eight shares of Farmers Bank & Trust Dr. P. W. Logan has rented his farm Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired Co.'a stock sold at T. D. Hill's Bale yesand warranted. Engraving a specialty, terday, 0 shares at $119 and two at $121. near Milledgevillo to Stigall Bros, for at A. K. Penny's. 0 S1.300 per year and will movo to Knox-vill- e J. M. PETTY, 'h Three men with a couple of performand resume the practice of mediTiik soda water Byrtips at A. It. The Gun Maker at Lancaster, will be in Stanford nrn mndu with pure fruit juices aud ing bears entertained the school children, cine. -one day of each month lor the purpose of getting are delightful. Try them. loafers and others for an hour or so repairs. Work left at the Mrcts House or MacK Huffman's will be to hfm Look at your label, see how much you prompt attention. sent guns or and will receive Tuesday afternoon. PERSONAL' POINTS. Old pistols made good 9 are behind and send us the money. We as new. Several of the lovers of foot ball will ure tired of waiting. This ia meant for Tub editor is in Chicago again. Dn. K. 0. Morgan left Tuesday for tho go to Danville Saturday to witness the everybody who is in arrears, so take contest between the Cincinnati Univer- heed and govern yourself accordingly. Pecos Valley. OUR Es(j , of ML Vernon, was sity and Centre College teams. L. M. IIouk, The fire alarm was given at 4:30 p. m. As Administrator of the estate ol L. D. Garner, hero this week. The weather has beon lovely for sev- yestesday Tom Ykaobii accompauied the band and in a few seconds the Are dee'd, we will on eral days, but tho prediction for company was out and on the scene. It boys to Lexington. row says wo are to havo rain and that it proved to bo Mote Ballenger's house on Mn. J. M. OnAWFono, of Brodhead, will be followed by cold weather. was hero this week. the creek back of Dr. Peyton's, but as it Commencing at 10 o'clock, sell to the highest bidder at the late residence of said decedent the folMil. E. F. XoiiTii spent Beveral days in The young men will give an impromp- was only a little paper burning in tho lowing property, One splendid youn,j stallion, Chief, Louisville this week. tu hop at Walton's Opera House to- kitchen, he lost nothing and the fire work Mules, 4 Krood Mares In Denmarka weanling3 loal, Colts by Denmark Chief, yearling Filly by same, Mr. II. S. Withers and wife went to night. Tho music will be furnished by went out itself. 1 weanling Mule, work Mule, I yearling Mule, Louisville yesterday. tho Danville orchestra and a good time aged Jack, j Jennets with Jack Colts, 4 Jennets. 0. T. Baird, adjuster for tho Royal InJack, t yearling Jack, Cow and n ia expected. has returned from stock In the fine Novelty Goods can not well be described. Their variety 0. D. Powell Louisville. surance Co., of Liverpool, was here yes- Calf, lotofofSale: Hogs, Farming Utensils, 4c. Terms business trip to All sums of $10 and under cash is so great about 100, no two alike that it would take more than you n close buyer? If so you are terday and settled with Albert Hommel in hand; over that amount, creditor o months; Are Mns. Oi'hklia Thomtson has returned notes with approved security, negotiable and paytho person we are looking for. We liko for his loss. The insurance was taken able at Farmers Bank & Trust Co. of Stanford, our space to give even a partial description. The prices arc reasona- to her homo in Louisville. will will be required ol purchasers. All persons having claims against the estate of J. II. Bauoiiman is in tho mountains to sell to close buyers. They are our best out on the afternoon of the fire, itTrib-bble, ranging from Si to $2 per yard aud all arc entirely new. We alle L. D. Garner will present them properly verified customers and our fall and winter stock be remembered, and Agent W. A. in tho interest of his mill. as required by law, and all persons Indebted to so list a few special Bargains in piece goods, viz: had not written the policy. This did the estate will please come forward and pottle. Wm. L. Owsley, of Nashville, was is so complete we never miss a Bale. MRS. N. A. GARNER, & not matter, though, and Mr. Hommel Come and see for yourself. Hughes all wool Novelty Dress Goods 29c. with friends here this week. W. S. GARNER, was paid over the entire amount, $500. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. Tate. Admrs. J. all wool solid color Diagonals 39c. Mies Sallir Duiwerab and Mrs. Wnv-erl- y Hamilton were at Lexington this . inch all wool Priscila Suitings 39c. The Odd Fellows had a grand time at week. Lexington, Tuesday, and they tell us all wool Serge, navy and brown, 6?4c. Mr. W. M. Bright has returned from that nothing was left undone that would twilled back Broadcloths $1. London, where he has been attending add to tho pleaauro of the occasion. Tho court. 40 inch regular 75c Plaids reduced to 50c. band boys acquitted themselves most Mrs. J. S. Hughes and mother, Mrs. creditably and wero just too killing in All colors in Si Serge at 75c. Murphy havo returned from Bock Castle their handsome uniforms. Has come and now is the time to prepare for the chilly blasts of winSprings. A treat. A musical and elocutionaKkv. R. B. Mahony, of Carthage, ter. The merchant who sells you the best goods for the least money has joined his wife at Mr. A. II. ry entertainment will bo given at the is now your best friend. The body must be clothed for winter. BeCollege Chapel this evening by Misses Penny's. Mrs. Grimes went to Elizabethtown Sue Millhoueer, pianist, Lucy A. Johns, fore sending away to foreign markets and paying large commissions let Ours will please the most yesterday to see her son, Cashier Joe S. vocalist, and Inez Abernathy, elocution- us beg ol yon to examine home stocks. ist. The program is a very comprehen- fastidious in every department and we only ask for a show as against Grimes. Misses Minnie and Annie Strauii and sive one and a treat may bo expected. Were never cheaper than now. At 5c yard we offer best Indigo Cal- Mrs. W, II. Brady went to Lexington Tho public is cordially invited to bo any and all competition. Look at our Dress Goods stock, our UnJ derwear, our Hosiery, our Gloves, our Table Cloths, Napkins and ico, Simpson's mourning Calico, Oil Red and Black Calico and Pacific Tuesday. present. 1 Bronauqii have Towels. Our CLOAK stock is one of Fancy Comfort Calico; Amoskcag and Lancaster Apron Ginghams Da. and Mrs. G. W. Our clever friend, Col. Underwood, of moved to their pretty cottage on East Brown Sheeting 15c. 10-Lockwood Bleached Sheeting Main street. 5c, 10-the Hubble vicinity, is grieved over tho sorghum and all other Domestics at like low prices. at Miss Lizzie Withers, who has been thought that he will have no can of as this year. He made a visiting here, returned to Lexington fine as was ever seen, but forgot and Wednesday. Mr. N. M. Shumate, of Ilockcastle, left it out doors. The next morning the Ever opened in the city and our Shoe and Clothing Stock is one of brought his wife down Tuesday to see can and contents were conspicuously Our Clothing was bought from missing, but where it went to he does the best and cheapest ever offered. Dr. Appleman. parties who were forced by the hard times , not know. and bride, of Carroll-tonMh. Jos. Stanford, Ky - Ocronnii Attention, Farmers. s. well-kno- wn brick-laye- r, nit-uate- d m CTTHS BEFAXEED. m Kentucky. Pen-jiv- m PUBLIC SALE. to-m- DRESS GOODS Saturday, October 28th, it; 1 1 1 1 1 1 38-inc- h 3S-inc- h 1 5o-inc- h 52-inc- h THE SERE AND YELLOW LEAF Domestics 4 Ten-nebse- e, 22c i J havo been visiting tho family of his uncle, Mr. Peter Straub. Mrs. William Moreland left yeater-dafor a protracted visit to friends in Louisville aud Lexington. We have about 40 very fine White and Tan Embroidered Cashmere Mrs. B. G. Hail and eon, Wearen, of Cloaks for babies. These are a sample line and we bought them at Somerset, are visiting her parents, Mr. but little over 50c on the dollar. The prices are S3, S3. 50 and 4.00 and Mrs. George D. Wearen. and the poorest ones would be cheap enough at S5. We also have Jksse D. Weaken, who is now representing a New York tailoring establishquite an assortment of Cloaks for children 2, 3 and 4 years old at ment, went to London Tuesday. Si. 50 to SS.50. Mrs. A. 0. Koiiinson, of the Gilbert's Creek neighborhood, spent Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Paxton. "Smilinh" Dave Jackson, of London, one of tho cleverest drummers on the road, visited our merchants Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Paxton has rented the cottago belonging to the estate of the lato J. M. McBoberts, Sr. and moved into it. Mr. Mack Huffman will board with hor. Mies Mary Bowman and daughter, Miss Virginia Bowman, left Tuesday for Lexington, where they will spend the winter. Miss Bowman will matriculate at Stato College. For girls from 4 to 14 years we show a great variety 0 both jackets Mr. M. F. Elkin was on tho street and long cloaks. at prices to suit all persons. Choice line of jackets Wednesday for the flrat time- since his From his looks ho has inaue 01 hue ciotns, sizes o to 12, at i2.50 and 53. Long cloaks from sevcro accident. been faring unusually well since he has 2.00 to 15.03 and in all colors. For Misses we show many servicea- been kept in doors. ble and natty little Jackets at 350, 5.00, 10.00 and 15.00. Frank Kout, tho electrician hero wound up his tlrst year with the Stan-lorWater, Light k Ice Co., last week. His is night work and during tho above period he has never for a singlo night During the year failed to bo on hand. the lights wero shut oil only 0110 night and then for only a short while until a piece of machinery could bo repaired. Besides his regularity he has made a mostexcellont man for the place. y Infants' Gloaks Strauii Children's Wraps Sheriff Menefek took .Mack Ferrell to tho penitentiary Tuesday morning to serve his life sentence. A number of the young man's friends called at the jail and were at the train to tell him Come and we will divide our good byo and to wish him the best that Business and the money told the tale. We can sell you a Comfort from 75c up; a Blankcould be had during the remainder of profits with you. bis Bad life. Jailer Owens says he has et from 90c per pair up; a Cloak from 1.00 up; a pair of Shoes from been a splendid prisoner and gave him up; a Dress from 5c per yard up and Ladies' Underwear from little or no trouble during bis incarcera- 75c Undershirts for men from 25c up, and our Overcoats and "Ption. Clothing is better than it has ever been and we shall continue Mr. I. M. Bruco tells us that about 23 keep up our stock in every department. We cordially invite all lo to years ago n young man named Bud classes to come and sec us. We are out fbr business. broke and trained horses for tho late Hervey Helm at his farm on the Knob Lick pike and that he is of tbo opinion that he is the gentleman who has made such a reputation as a driver. Tho description answers to somo extent to the Bud Doble and we would not be greatly surprised if he is not the same gentleman. TO) y CLOSE SJc - to-da- Do-h- HUGHES & TATE. well-kno- HCEJATITOGr The good, dyed-in-the-wo- democrats of Rowland aie rather worried over Judge T. L. Shelton's actions in the post-oflic- e .TOVE O9 d Cloaks matter. They claim that he has found a more lucrative business and for that reason has turned tho and fixtures over to that clever gentleman, but uncompromising republican, Mr. Frank Cordier. Of course the judge will still be postmaster in name, but it does look as if ho could have found, without much trouble, a democrat who would have been glad to havo had tho opportunity of beiug mado deputy postmaster and for it received tho greater portion of the emoluments of tho oflice as they claim Mr. Cordier does. post-otiic- e m Stove Pipe, Elbows, Zinc, Coal Hods, Shovels, Tongs, Pokers, &c. M'KINNEY BROS. DMUGS9 BOOKS, - AND - From what customers tell us we infer that we are showing the best line of Cloaks in Central Kentucky and our prices are conceded to hi- I less than city houses. We have all the new shapes represented and (many of the styles spoken of by the leading papers will be only found us, exclusively for this section. We have many bargains in Cloaks at 4.00, 5.00 and 0.00 that defy competition, but where we make our greatest effort is on Wraps at b.oo, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00, 1S.00 and 20:00 and in these we we show the very latest ideas in colors, cloths, shapes and triwmings, made by the best cloak makers in his country. You should sec them. 1 , CITY AND VICINITY. Bulk oysters at Zimmer's. New candles at A. A. Warren's. Mixed spices at A. A. Warren's. Pay your account. A. R. Penny. Lost. oflice. Gold medal. Leave at this New lot of Zeigler boots and shoes just received at S. II. Shanks'. stoves at buying. FUR CAPES. I 33-inc- Call and see that line of heating W, II. Wearen & Co.'b before We have about a dozen real Wool Seal Capes that formerly at 15.00 Btock of We are hat we own so that we can now skll at only 7.50. 23 inch Coney fall goods receiving our largo be in by' this week. Will all Coney I'ur Capes at 15.00 never before the last of tho week. Call and examine. uir Capes at 5.00. h The people are getting great bargains at Penny's in watches, clocks, jewelry and silyorwore. old under 20.00. Severanco fc Son. A. B. Robertson & Bro. i? .- Without a doubt Danks tho Jeweler has tho newest, neatest and nobbiest lino of watches, jewelry, etc.. in Stanford. Prices to suit the peoplo. A couple of boya, ono from the country and the other a town urchin, played "hookey" tho- - other day, and whilo Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. their fellow pupils wero pouring over their books, these two youths strolled out to Mr. Jonathan Owsley's and stole, "just for fun," his fine bird dog. Mrs. Owsley saw the boys take the dog away and when her husband camo in from tho fields she informed him of it. Mr. Owsley is very fond of his dog and he imme Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. diately began search for him, as well as Ho did not the boys who stole him. find his pet, however and he sent word to Marshal Newlaudto keep a look out Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. for him. John was not long in finding both the boys and dog and cabbaged tho whole crow. Tho boys were almost frightened to death at tho thought of being in the ollicer'a custody and plead with Mr. Nowland to release them. He, &, AXTSTHvT, after much pursuasiou, let them go on the promiso that they wonld give him Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; warcroom, paint Sound pay for the dog's delivery to and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Mr. Owsley. This was readily agreed to and the bovs sought their friends and borrowed the necessary amount. It was a good lesson for them and believing We guarantee specialty. &aySign Work, artistic and plain. they havo paid enough for their fun we A work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. will not humiliate them farther by CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky printing their names. SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded "Wo Bo MfollMiBEMT9, Fro'rs. NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL House Painting and Paper Hanging - m 'l'w - i,mipnr flfft t h ?- - o October 2S, and will opn in Now York WALLACE E. VARNON, on November 0. She will be in Chicaco Is a candidate for to the oftlce of CounJ F.LL1CO, TKNNESSKE, near Gilberts Creek on Strayed Irom Isaac Hamilton looks liko he In nt hto in January, and will go as far West ty Judge; subject, to the action of democratic par- the night or tho my farmpet yearling, black horse sist, a Prop. mule. Liberal reward will be given tor his return Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, homo in his old business nnil seems to as California, the season closing in April ty. O II. 1T.RKINS. tome. Every Tuesday and Friday be selling a great many goods. Publlshod 61 jt Gilberts Creek, Ky. in Xew York. W. G1VENS AT As the timo has como under tho new The best hotel In the city and Uie nly one with IN" ADVANCS $12 JP.KK, a sample room for drummer. Ktpeiia altelitioti MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, subconstitution to elect a new board of town lo the traveling public Rales f, ject to the action ol the Democracy. t 51'iu When not to pud S2.50 will be ch.irged.-ttrustees and a police jude, we suppose It is announced that Baron B. F. election. Kowland will havo an O. P. Grunebaum, an Austrian nobleman, to A Fino Bluo-Cras- s Farm Tax-Payer- s. D. A. Twaddle is, likely, tho only to marry an American heiress, Mis e K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Isa candidate for Jailer, subject tothe action ol Within one mile of Stanford, contamiag 100 acres; Kentucky who lias an authentic man in the Democratic party tic Mould appreciate your 60 acre, corn land lmprovrmeota Sherman, daughter of a The iSj Taxes are now past due and will be U. vote. Klectrlc lights and water in house and barn. celtrcted in the Sheriff's ufheo at the court house Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning autograph ol Hon. John E Kenna, horse breeder of Lexington. K T ROCIIKSTIiR. Apply to and by special appointments as prescribed by the p. m. at 5:20 S. Senator from West Virginia. Ho has Stanford, Ky. new retenue law 5j.1n1 Deputy Sheriff t). P New The marriBgo of Mrs. Kato Trimble JOHN M. JOHNSON land will bo In Crab Orchard every Saturday I L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. it in a letter of recommendation written do Roode, of Covington, and Mr. or my deputy will be In my office at all times and Is a CandiCate for Assessor of Lincoln county , at Hustonville.Waynrsburg and other points as of. B. ..t 7 pm in 1S74. J. Woolsey, of New York, which subject to the actlor. ol the Democratic party. Mail train going North ten as advertised by ShcrKf official notices. '1 he ..... ... 133pm South " Judge Shelton has moved the post took place at the home of tho bride's Sheriff, has rendered - 11 5 Pm Express train " South Carriage Painter and .Trimmer, new form nf lot us to canvass for taxes this Tear, it Impossible am oliico to tho Cordier building, South mother at Covington, was ono of the 3 i " North A. GIVENS as we have heretofore dene; so all taxc. will be .936 am Main and Judue Oordier has been emand re- collected .tnctly Lscal Freight North............. All conformance to the new rcT most brilliant and notable social events Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- pairedkinds of vehicle, painted trimmed 107pm South.,,. tyle Plain and ornamental nuelaw. Kvrry in In whose tax remain, unployed as clerk. This is the third time of the season. Tha latter traina also carry passengers. ject to the action of the Democratic party. Signs. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman-hipaid alter November ist will find his propeityor and price. Shop on main .treet. oyer.Wra. lands advertised without further notice. The The abort is calculated on standard time. Solar it has been moved since tho change in Marriage license was issued Tuesday lHughtrty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky Ime is about to minutes faster. financial crisis which now exists makes it ab postmasters. solntely neceosary that I colli ct esery dollar ol for tho marriage of Mr. R. W. Wallin to the 1191 taxes, as I can not expect that help Irom QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Tho meeting closed Wednesday Miss Mary E. Moore, both of tho East Isa candidate for Jailer, subject to tho action of the Hank, which has heretofore caused me to bt TO COAL lenient with the tax pavers. Please profit by this night and there wore 47 additions to End, near the Rockcastle lino. Tho the democratic party, Trains pass Junction City as follows: Rrtpectfuliy, iManford and Vicinity: Of Rowland, and settle at once. RSouth.bound.i-.No- . t., Veitlbule Limited. 11.50 the church. It is having a good effect bride is Baid to bo a beautiful young lady J.N. MKNKKKE,.S L C, e a. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, e.35- m.J No. 3., on tho entire community and it is to bo DCBORD G.. Having made arrangements with the Ka.t m ; No. 7., Local, and we know tho groom to bo an excel New Orleans Express, ia 17 Jellico Coal Co., I am now prepared to .ell No. 9., Blue Grasa Vestibule, 8.40 p. hoped that the words of truth, so ably lent young man of fine business qualifimarsa.ia p. m.; Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject lo the action of you Jellico Coal at the lowe.t possible the Democracy, gin. I find thai by pacing cash and selling for THE P. 0. MILLINERY. North bound. -- No. , v'estibule Limited, 6.4S presented by Eld. Ellis, will Gnd a per- cations. cash I can sell much cheaper, so come and see me ; No. 4., Fast Mail. .5J p m ; No. 6 , Chlga-g- o p. m. and see how little money will buy your winter manent abiding place in every heart. . Miss Mannle Alford, tho pretty and Limited, .J7 a. m., No. 8., Local, 3.JS supply ot this Coal, the bett on the market. EJLKIN, M. No. 10, Wue Grass Special, 6 a ra. The Knights of Honor ia one of tho accomplished daughter of Mr. B. G. AlCall at the post .office room and see the Thanking you for past favors and soliciting I yours, safest fraternal orders in existence. This ford, will bo married at 10 o'clock Tues- Isa Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action cuitinuance of tame, S aro respectfullyRowland. ADAMS, P. Boat Soloctod is proven by its prompt payment of ben day morning, to Mr. H. O. NewBon, a of the democracy. Stock of which it has paid nearly 54v splendid young man and prominent merefits, D. S. Of Millinery in town. The goods and prices are 000,000 in 20 years. D. R. Lanahan, chant of Fayettevillo, Tenn. Tho oM Hand ol J. 11. Green, In bound to please you. subjectlto the action At the .MRS P T COURTS. to Is a Candidate for who was killed a short time since, was a will take place at Mr. George D. of the Democratic Assessor, party. member of the lodge at this place and Wearen's and will be performed by Eld. Hustonvlllo, - - Kontucky, had only paid $2 40 on assessments. In W. L. Williams. Would be glad to see his numerous friends and O. show them his stock of goods consisting ol hurnl-tur23 days after proof of his death his Saddlery, Hardware, llugglet and r arming ....... l..t.t. r t. .itfktiAri rt th fiftire of At tVlio ijliuVf.s. Implements. Give him a call. 47m mother received a draft for $2,000. ftossor, of Lincoln County, tubject to action of the NICHOLASVII.LE, Jessamine County, Ky , "It is Btrango what n timo we hnvc democratic party Phil Soden and his bright little son, ..STANFORD with cooks, dear," said Mr. Inniscups. Willie, have been attending the World's "Dawson was telliug mo today that IV. DAWSON, SALE STABLE, Fair and Mr. C. H. Brown will go LIVm, FEED they've had theirs for 10 years." is visiting subject tothe action ol Miss Addie Martin "Yes, dear, and did he tell you who Is a candidate for jailer, Jl&sofafely the democracy. Room 5, Partners Exchange llanV At John.Mjnelee'sntw brick on Depot stiect, by friends and relatives in Jellico. Mies she was?" -"No. Who?" Mamie DeBorde, of Crab Orchard, is W. RAMSEY, Stock, Grain, Market and Tobac"His wife." Truth. visiting Mrs. James Carter. The numall cream of tarter baking powA co Farms in the Bluo-Gras- s Is a candidate for jailer, lubjeet to the'taction of Whowill stall times be glad to accommodate ber mentioned in our last to attend tho with good rigs at ressonsble rates. My'lluswill A Departure. the old Jeffersonlan democracy. der. Higest of all in leavening I. O. O. F. celobration at Lexington on IS ncelall K. C. trains. "I have an original idea for n song," Latest United States Tuesday last was increased by Miss Sal-l- ie strength. Always for sale. Ali Timber Lands in the moun HARM remarked tho musician. tains for sate. Correspondence solicited B. SPLENDID Government Food Report. Dudderar and Messrs. W. H. . "What is it?" action of Is Candidate for Jailer, subject to the CO., J. H. Carter and W. P. Raines. "To writo ono in which nono of tho thea Democracy. 106 Wall St., New York. They report a good timo generally and verses begin with 'oh.'" Washington lwill sell privately Star. plenty to eat and drink. W. HAYS, URE AND STORM A. S. My Splendid Farm of 150 Acrea, Having noticed much comment on Give II I in Time. subject to the action ct is a candidate tor aller, SURGEON DENTIST. Judge Sautley's instruction at Danville, Situated i'i miles South of Stanford. This farm "I understand that G rabbins has loft the demociacy Istna high state of cultivation and has plenty ol Representing..., Office over McRoberts Drug Store lnthe new regarding progressive euchre, we beg the city." the best ol water All in grass but so acrts. Ha Owsley Building. HAMPTON, "Nover mind," replied tho man who the very best of improvements leave to say a few words. First, there is Stanford. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; W. W. HAYS, ftanlotd. Ky. 47.K a specific statute against gaming where sucers. "He'll probably bo back after It a candidate for jailer, subject to the action 01 Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; the demociacy. money or other property is won or lost, it." Life. 3D. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; no difference who furnishes the propA Novel Suggcstlou. SAM M. OWENS, Actress I wonder what I shall do this erty to be thus disposed of. Thero ia no Ins. Co. o( North America. county, statute against receiving a prize for the season to keop myself before- tho public? r. . ,....11.1... rnr;hrfliTor Lincolntrimary. sub Companies. I woula All of which are LOGAN AVENUE, t pleased to wait o rimy friends in this line. Pol. Sister Actress Why don't you try act- ject to the action of tho democratic beat cake or tho beet horse and hence iclcs promptly issued. Will insure against tornaTribune, does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning claus : : the cases aro not analogous. Second, ing? Detroit satt.ched without additional chare D. NEWJLAND, of the law will show Office at First National Hank, Stanford. Memory. Alwayalsella) goods lower than any one else in an examination i:j..- - , Ch.r.fi nf f.inroln cOUDtY. ub town. New stock or Fruits every Friday. clearly that the winning or obtaining Teacher Define memory. of the democratic primary. ject to the action something or nothing, is tho feature Dull Boy It's what wo always has sought to be punislied, no difference till wo come to speak a piece. Good whether A. or B. furnishes the property. News. R. H. BRONAUCH, Isa Candidate f.r Jailer of Lincoln county and any open on January 16th, 1893. a I will This construction looks to the best interIt Should Be In Evory Houuo STANFORD, KY., asks his friends not to commit themselves to - - Kentucky. Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol J. B. Wilton, 371 Clay street, Sharpsburg, Pa. one else, as he is forced to stay at home and work. Crab Orchard, Jersey milk to tho peoplo of bUnlord and Row- ests of society, since it does not encoursays be will not be without Dr. King's New Dist His candidacy is subject to the action ol the Dem Red land at the following price, delivered: Ilreeder and shipper of lhoroushbrl Puroe age idleness and the obtaining of prop- covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, tha-i- t ocratic party. lor cured his wife who was threatened with pneus jersey Swine A fine lot ol pfgsr gistcrsalt, pah.cenU Fresh Milk, per gallon Co"erty without a valid consideration. So monlaalteran attack of La Grippe when various noaklnif dealred. subject to 10 cenU 5$.im Skimmed Milk, por gallon pondene solicited, remedies and several physicians httl done This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now 8cenu we conclude that any game where some- other good, itooert iiarDer, 01 tooicspori, ra, nemo Butter Milk, per gallon DR. W. B. in my charge and I intend to conduct it sa as to ot the thing if won Or lost, is in open violation claims that Dr. King's New Discovery has done not only maintain its high reputation, but to add trips dally. The lwill make two him more good than anything he ever used for to its long list ol friends. Special accommodaG. A. PEYTON. ,1 public is sol.cited. of law. It is also true that the respect- Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try It. Free tions for commercial travelers and fine rootns.for Stanford, Ky yr. 3fiat Office South side Main street, in office rcen th. dlsploy of samples. : ability and culture in such circles as trial bottlesand A. R. Penny's drug store. Large : St. bottles soc tacated by Dr. L. F. Huflinan, Stanford, Ky. those mentioned, will always havo a .AZFirst-Clas- s Saloon Notice,tothe Traveling Public. tendency to encourage the youug in Electric Blttoru. THE OLD 1 have had This remedy is becoming so well known and o And MILLIARD and POOLROOMS altach.d I desire to sell my entire Millinery stock and gaming. JOSEPH COKKKY, Kopular as to need no special mention. All who good will and an nnmnlwte.applicant can Semi-Weekly Interior Journr1 ROWLAND. Stray Mulo. Th. Florence Hotel, JAMES YJfi-A-H- . -- For Salo or Hont. fir.t-cla- s. HUFFMAN Lil-li- TO All well-know- n Ed-Wa- JOHN first-clas- s DeNARDI book-keepi- J. p DINIv FARMER W. BURNERS - Ten-ness- m-- F. 40-j- Largest and cero-ino- ny JNO. BRIGHT CARPENTER, well-know- n E. KENNEDY, e. J. T. FARBiSL, m. mwaer j I. m Pure JOHN BAILEY, J. Pro'r., Dud-der- ar, JOHN MERSHON ji royal:bakingpowder For Sale Cheap Privately. 5'-3- '" PRICE, W. J. H. BAUGHMAN, .. INSURANCE AGENT' PETER GEITERAI. STORE, C. FOWEI.I., - first-cla- ss Stanford, Kentucky, T. T. J. HATCHER Duroc Red Jersey Swine THE GOFFEY HOUSE ' First-Cla- ss JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. -i J Dentist. PENNY MIULINERY Store For Sale. Th. Sh.9ltoa House, At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished andsahave in connection with Hotel one of the best a night Hoocs in the State, open day and. night; Houw trains. In connection in .n raeots all of best Mineral well, with HaU the one on Mr. and for reference to water, calland Mrs. rand Mrs Jovd Louisville. Mr G, W. Patrick. Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. D E. Proctor, C. H. llraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. KB. Johnson Ham Rates $J per New Haven, lim Cox. Greensburic. a call. Give me I M Petrev. clerk. ' - W- - CARRIER, Prop. MUSICAL NOTES. We 9W THE London, RILEY - HOUSE F. B. RILEY.lProprletor, better I have moved to my new Hotel,a0d .am prepared than ever to accommodate the public. deOood Livery attached and every convenience sired. Give me call., yRANK RUKYt i Kentucky. KY. . X.IH.IHILTOIN" ROWLAND, DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, of Has moved into his new store at the junction "Cut-oll- " pikes Uie Stanford A Crab Orchard and than ever prepared better at Rowland and is nowboth to please the trade In STOCK OF. GOODS, IPRICBS, Etc. He has recently added greatly to hi. stock bad and having no rent to pay and no loss bybody. debts Call he can sell you goods cheaper than any Cs and get his prices befete buying. 37-'- COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery t st Of : Business J. W. Ramsev, lam Increasing the stock as as.poasible and will soon have it Complete in Every Par ticular Call at my store on Lancaster street and I will make it to your interest to trade with me. W. C. HUTCHINCS. 3 John B. Castleman. A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company OFJtlVERPOOI.. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,: iTh stock embraces New York and Boston. Xikita seems to have created a sensation in Chicago. But it was not her Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford If not sold entire, I w.miI dispose of portions ol Rowland. Olhce corner ol Depot street and Jsnd railfirst appearance in this country by any the Mock at reasonable figuua t.ive me a call. road crossing. At: m 6 HIOCINS A WATTS. means, as she Bang here before she went MRS. ANNIE WKAY HRVCK. " consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a specific for croup. It is Aery pleasant to take, abroad. & TO one of the most important requisites Patti will find that the American people which is cough remedy is intended for usu among where a on I will readily forgive her for notadhearing children. I nave known cases of croup whereuse As executor of Thomas V Hall, dee'd, will know the life of a little one was saved by the McKINNEY, KY to her former intention of making last of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." J. J. THURSDAY, OCT. 12, 1893, druggist, Avoca, Neb. AND LINCOLN COUNTY, season her farewell year. Palti's "fare by W. II. McRoberts. Drug toe botile for sale ... ...i-- l a M nn the nrmites. situated in I have bought above iiientwuednHotel at wells" are coming to be taken as mere gist, Stafford. and have attached a Lincoln county, Ky , ', mile ltomMtyo-AU-nu- Itranch 'thinking von lor loor liberal miloi.ire for Ice 5 trilis from Maul.ird, on theknoxille last SMton, respet tfully rtquost us continuance pleasantries. N R. R . sell the lollowiug property First-Claof the L. Bar and Pool Hooa. during the coming .casou. Indeed cxpcit all to Alluding to Mr. Theodore Thomas' use the Have repaired and Jrelirnlshed the Hotel and resignation as musical director of tho ACRES OF FINEJ4LAND, am better than ever 247 MANUFACTURED World's Fair, the London Musical Timea When Baby in a sick, we gae her Castor!. . .. ..... vm ..itrrhittr . In a Klin nag a Child, fche cried for Castorla. in wnoieor in parii" "' co acres -ol which Is in Prepared to Accommodato tho For three reasonsFirst It Is made by a home says, "So this is the end! But it might When good slate of cultivation. Institution. Second, the Ice it absolutely and in the Public. uraM. and one of the best watered farms irame, have been, and was, anticipated. We in When sne bcaine 5I1m. sho clung to Castori. chemically pure, being made Irom spring water. county, The tesldelice is a wnicn is iirsiutsiiueu anu men carriuiiy niterei! b room.Theoutbu. ding, consist o. I Special attentioujto Commercial Men London know from experience that a When she had Children, aho gfvetbem CoMoria. before beltiK froacu. Third, Artificial Ice will hut coouitiocic Darn, corn snu i..., i rinuiD. cnul and P W GREEN. Proprietor. a much longer than nond Ice. Fourth, an .iddemlc crowd will not pay to hear beside, of choleia is looked lor during the year and nothmilk house in JOE CARSON, Manager. rd, . 'Ell and artist c music." ing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as and cnest-nadiacent springs. Two fruit orchardslock coo. impure wster or Ice. Fifth, it will be The student should embrace every opao trees. The live I rood mares, cows and calves and other cattle, portunity of hearing good music of all W H. MILLKU. II. SOWDER. ofnice lot of Herkshlre hog. a ockol J. Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l a stock, e -- ci, ao hives ol bees, 8 shares bank kinds.especially the performances of pianyour Doors househeld, farm and agricultural implemj.nts, old t The finest fruit belt of New Meilco. No fall & SOWDER, MILLER ycists of the first rank, whoso programs incorn, old wheat, with all tho crop crops uuder irrigation If properly attended ure in Kvery morning at the following Price.: Terms, The land will oe soiu ihrt remainder to. Alt fruits grown In California can be tjrown clude those pieces which the student may i ....a.h eacept oranges and lemons. 6 per In New Mexico, $jo per acre on to year.' time, at For too pound, or over 40c per hundred. equal Instalment, of one and two Jear. be practising. Much valuable assistance Land from Jjj to -.., For jo pounds to 100.. cent, anu iieu. 45c per hundred. 6 per cent. Call on or may be thus obtained as to the proper D. . s., fc All sums ol Jo and under sp ot c ash, over II 50c per hundred. Stanlord, Ky. For 10 to 50 pounds... Dealers and Brokers, that amount a credit of 60 days without Interest rendering of involved and difficult pasNo less than 10 poundsidcllvervd, " paid at maturity, otnerwi.c - KENTUCKY All notes to be made negotiable and payable in E. II II KM Kit. 10 sages; and phrases which beforehand may STANFORD, BUCKBQARD STOLEN. on the premls.s A HOME IM have appeared comparatively obscure Office Interior Journal Uullding. For further inlormalion apply or to J. II. WlUon, Danvlllt, Ky. who may at and meaningless will, under the touch Dinner will be served free to all XTow SALE. tend II. Hill. Auctioneer. J. H. WIL&0. ""or.. j .ale. of a great artist, shine forth full of beau$25 .....:, -s. ty and significance. acres on pike My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Just re Fine Ulue Grass Farm ol 333 On tho night ol August ai. i8aj, a Horse, turned Irom the cities with an elegant line of mil. Schumann studied the pianoforte under and finely and Harness were stolen Irom my stable in linery, embracing Stanford, Ky. The Hor.e is a Cbesnul Sorrel, Friedrich Wieck, at that timo the most a. Farm of 100 acres, finely Improved. Offered about ten years old, white in face, about isKba'ids leg; of that instrument in at low pries.. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES eminent teacher high, white feet, bad wind pull on right hind side, lluckboard has rather thin In order. Thegear with black body. too acres suburban property, good land, can North Germany. Schumann was pro3. Of the seasno, ol which the will have lull control. bar .prings, red running into to n lots; good house. She also engaged a The butch collar harness nearly new.of gressing so rapidly that he gave promise be divided recovery thy prop, I will give lis reward lor Fine of becoming a pianist of tho highest on4.pike, Hlue Grass Farm, excellently improved, KLMM, Firt-Olas- s Dress-Makeertv. 103 acres, Stanford, Ky. , rank, when, in endeavoring to strengthen Call and examine my. tock of Millinery before 5. Farm of 141 acres, near R. R.tation. Good the third finger of his right hand by blue grass land; small tenant house. buying and leave your order for your drc.ses. Thanking you for past favor, we solicit same, si some mechanical method, the principle 6. A farm ol Jto acres; mokerately improved of which never became known, ho crip- and well located near pike. Offered at a great MAHY DAVIS DUDDERAR. pled his hand hopelessly and was obliged bargain. acres, on pike Is 7. Illue Grass Farm of 13a to give up all idea of ever becoming a sucTHOMAS YEAOKR. JAMES YKAGEit. lalrly Improved. cessful perfoimer. He therefore devoted 8 to u. Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit himself to composition with great purchasers. Jj-e- m Guiltmant plays on church organs in Electric Hitters sing the tame song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric SAM H WARNACK.Pror. Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Doits, S.dl Klicuin and - KENTUCKY. other affections caused by Impure blood; will drive malaria from the. system and prevent as K.c-.- i .n,i rr,irnuhil and in every way pre well as cure all malarial fevers, l'or cure ot Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric pared to attend tho wants o( the public Kates Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money very reasonable refunded Price 50c and $1 per bottle at A. R. Penny's drug store JACKSOIT SOUSE, London, ltl Secure a Bargain. erything andj Falls Branch Jellico Goal Go., Miners and shippers ol the OKNU1NK The Stand Is a Good One. 1 Original Jellico Coal. m 1 Executor's Sale Of Land, Stools Crop. n, 1 Commercial ss Hotel, The People Stanford of I 1 .- to-v.- ICE, -- - sight-seein- g .; two-stor- y ut South-dow- n Th.e Feoos Valley. REAL -:- ESTATE ...... t: - t ?.. ":-"- - ""' PROPERTY FOR 1 REWARD. Millinery. luck-boa- rd impn-ve- BANKS. THE JEWELER. -:- STANFORD, r. Stock Most Complete dili-enc- e. YEAGER & YEAGER, STANFORD, K.Y. Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South, i jtf . W. A. TBIBBLS, Local Afft&t, '.STANFORD, KY. Patti will bo accompanied on her tour on pike, similes from btanford. to America by Mrs. Fabbri, Messrs. e acre fino farm witti excellent 17. and other improvements, on pike, Lely and No vara. Her husband. Mr. mill, dwellingSunlord. 4 miles from Nicolini, who will also be a member of 18. Splendid vlllige farm, 'orchard, store, &c tho troupe, will occasionally sing, and the at a great bargain, party will likewise includo a secretary, at Farm ol 160 acres, trood land, on pike. A good bargain at fi.yo. Easy terms, quick sale a maid, a valet, and a cook, together, of desired. course, with the indispensable pet dog. capable oi division 4 Large blue grass farm, Forty concerts in all will bo given, and into smaller farms. Desirable in every partiou Offered low and on very easy terms. at each concort an act of some opera will lar. propcrty-if- o for is. be recited in costume. Patti will sail on acres For exchange Kansas.Kentuckylocated. Well good land in Gal-ass- i, Ninety-thre- 13. Thirty-tw- o acres of knob land wit.) house, vm, mi m -- m stable, first-cla- Weare In our new stable in the Opera Houst, Blocklabd are well supplied with Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, ol the work. One call will convince you Ihere are three excellent bett Uarbera in the Slate Bath Roomi run In conThere are also that this is the place to trade. Agent for Lexington Steam Laundry, nection. AT- ;new bigs and;hoeses Have b en purchased and nothlogjbut urosuts will leave hj .table. u Give tit cm a Call. wiyrf ," v rsTvHl JjUtUKJUftfli " rim.af7ifc JraV C ifi &iL n4&rfPWPfcwc