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Agreeing with Hamilton, Gross, Bryant, Wycth and Dr. Hcrndon nnil Disputing with tho Common Doctors. Next Monday is county court. Kov. W. A Suynuker his gone to Those who enjoyed the acquainlioru, on thu i:ith insU, to the wife Hloomliuld, Shelby county, to hold a pro- tance of the handsome, cultivated and of Kid. J. C. Frank, a (laughter. Also on tracted inueting. interesting Miss Khse S. Whitman, of J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. same date, a boh to the wife of Mr. It. K. To the Kditor Inferior Jonrnal ) Kevs. W. K. Arnold ami M. N. Karly tho College faculty of last session, will I nro holding a meeting at Neat's Creek remember tho largo diamond I'lNKVILLE, Oct. 1 . I niii Still in H McKohcrlH. 5U1 1893. Mips Hello Wnlker is visiting Mrs. school-houswhich has resulted in 22 ring nho wore, which told moro plainly mountain city in which I feel ns enfu ns than words could do that she was "en- Full corps of ConJorvAtorjr nj Normal School teachers. Superior courts in Literature, Muiic and I could feel wrapped in tho protecting George Denny. Mr. Ira Taylor and wife addition so far. were here Monday nnd took dinner nt The Kentucky Synod of tho Presby- gaged." Of course she denied tho soft Art Excellent boarding department Catalogues and circular! furnlthml on application Orchard, arms of my own dear Crnh Dr. Herring and terian Church North is in session at impeachment with that injured and inI rain stand on Court Square and tho Holmes House. look upon a curtain mountain and Bay family huve retrrned from tho World's Maysviliu. Thultttv. W. O. Goodloe, of nocent air peculiar to thu gentler sex, Harrodnburg, was elected moderator. but while she may havo fooled some of there in a bear; upon another and Hay Fair. Tho trial of tho Larkin boys nnd Tho decision of tho Cincinnati tho people nil the time, she did not fool thero stalks a stealthy pauther, nnd upBiispending Prof. Henry P. Smith all the people nil thu time even a little on another and say "thero the loiio olf Stamper for participating In tho DripDANVILLE, KY. hall silently ping Springs killing enmo up before from thu ministry on tho charge of her- bit. Hut all that is not hero ncr there. in IiIh Wo started out to toll that we havo re The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. with n hungry eye for all.' I hko Judge Robinson Friday, but was contin- esy was sustained by the O.iio Synod. walks, Thu M. K. Clmrch South made a ceived authentic inform itiou that she tho inountahiH bo well I want to leavo ued until next Friday on account of With a full instruction gain of 10,000 members thislyear. This will at her home near Pulaski City, Va., cially adaptedcourse of study, both Engltih and Clawical. While tho course ofthe same time is toespefurtho farm, to bo run hy tlio tenants while some nbsont witnesses. to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at Mr. II. CUy Sutton, of bear story church now numbers 1,:WO,000. They on the 25th, reward hor patient lover by nish a liberal English education to any who desire it In connection with the Academy, majoHty I Bpend tho year upholding tho fame, hnsjust returned from tho World's baptued the past year 00,000 adults and becoming his wife. The fortunate man of tho law in tho mountains of A is Mr. Frank McLeod and immediately plant my banner upon tho Fair. He wa? in thu big crowd on Chi- :K),000 infants. Hu been established in the Home nnd under the persoial ennt ol ef the Principal Regular study Tho Christian Endeavor is now in after the knot is tied at 0:30 i lolty Bummlt of Black Mountain in Har cago day nnd had several narrow nnd i., they hinrs under the supervision of the Principal and assistants ami the restraints and government ol ith the bot educational advantages. Curies-ton- , a Christian home arc combined bra- miraculous escapes from being killed. gooJ running condition, all tho commitwill leave for his homo in historic lan county, wheru it may servo a a Kor further particulars in regard to boird, tuition, eu , address may ia.o It mak8 one's blood run cold to henr tees linviug been appointed and full S. O. Wo congratulate the hnppy zen serpent upon which all JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. steps taken fora succes-tfu- l and profita- groom-elec- t on winning a woman so aland bo healed who have been bitten him describuit. Tho gentleman who bought out tho ble existence. together lovely and trust that their with a desire to shed tho blood of their has failed to show up Mr. G. A. Dunn requests us to an- pathway over tho hill of Ijfe will be followmau. I rovealod this intention to Jud(jo and tho otllco has been jiut into the nounce that the Methodist Church nt strewn with (lowers and when they rest Morrow at Mt. Vernon nnd asked him if hands of Col. L. F. Hubble as trustee Junction City will be dedicated on the together nt the foot mty their hearts I would ever got back. Ho said "Yes, Col. Hubble will oiler tho uutiro outfit 1st Sunday in November by Hev. W. T. still bo united in tonderent love, is tho wish of one who will always retain a you aro tho very kind of a man to not at public outcry next county court day. Poynter, of Shelbyviile. A negro cabin in the rear of the PresNov. H. P. Walker. D. D.. will hold kindly interest in the lady, proud to back. When yon set hold of a murderer you paralyzu and humble hi in so befoio byterian church caught tiro Sunday tho tlrst quarterly conference of thu pns-on- t havo enjoyed her respect and friendyear at tho Methodist church next ship. you null him that you inspire a respect morning about 11 :W, but the tinmen The alarm Saturday ami Hundny. is too lnd to i;ot were soon extinguished. Because his fourth wife whs going Services nt 11 in him for you, and ho And prices to suit the times. We now have an rid of you to over disturb you." I sup was sounded and the congregations at a. m. and 7 p. m. Quarterly conference away for her health, K. P. Heeler, of It is at H i'. m. Saturday. North Topeka, Kan , father of nineteen poso ho meant thoy look on mo as eomo tho churches were dismissed. The Colored Methodist Conference children und 85 years of age, killed himkind of n strango magician, whom per- strange how many men and especially women go to fires simply through idlo has Kent out a letter to the people of self, declaring that lie could not live even haps it would not bo safe, to kill. your many rudders curiosity und to stand around in the way Kentucky beseeching them to havo thu a day without her. What do you und separate coach bill law repealed and apW. J. Avoni, 18, and Miss Sallie think of 07 lawyers in attendance at a of those who work. Dr. W. S. O'Neal met with a painful pealing to the churches for prayers in Rice, 11, eloped to Jellersonville aud court ? True it.is "Where tho carcass is were married. The youthful biide was thero tho cables will be gathered togeth- accident Thursday night. He was pass- their behalf to.thttjend. Tho Philadelphia Sabbath Associa- stolen from tho Bchool in Taylor county er." 'Tis the sumo if tho eagles aro huz- ing in front of Klkin's grocery and meat store nnd ran over n wire chicken coop tion offers prizes of f 70 and j:?0 for the which she was attending. za rda. Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, Hays Hunter, 18, of Heltonville, tho "Moun- which was lying on thu pavement ami best essays on Sabbath observance not I havo named Pineville Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. tain Nunnery," because tho women here was thrown violently to the ground. Ho exceeding 1,000 words. All essays to bo Ind., became despondent when his gill is pretty badly used up but will bo ablo sent by Jan. 1, 1891, nccompauied by treated him rather coldly and handing stay nt homo and do not run on the streets. I saw one lady in particular on to be out in a few days. This is a result thu writer's name und address in a coal- her a revolver asked her to shoot him. she ran and he shot himself and will whose snowy brow thero foil a shower of not having tho street lamps lighted ed envelope. Tho Stanford Biptist church is the die. golden lleeco. Tho bees gathored und allowiug the sidewalks to be blockof A writer has figured that an average around to sip tho nectar from her coral aded with boxes and all kinds of rub- largest and most prosperous in the bish. Tate's Creek Association. It bus 2t)2 of 27,000 widowers remarry, as against lips and members, '2:20 Sunday school scholars, 25 18,500 widows. Tho mountain breeze caressed her loo-lGRAB ORCHARD. teachers, pays its pastor $1,200 nnd gives cheek, DEATH'S DOINGS. Aud fragrant with her breath, Wo had the pleasuro of mooting Mr. moro to other objects than nearly nil of Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. Forgot its mission to the laud, Kmbry, tho Keeley State lecturer at thu other 18 churches combined. Miss Krtte Kwope, a sister of tho late Don't fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. Aud died a blissful death. The Kentucky Conference, Northern Col. A. M. Swope, died Friday of flux afJudge Hansford's, Sunday, and his I tell ihem thnt is why tlwy have no being entirely cured of the Methodists, which embraces thu city of ter a six weeks' illness, aged 55. She lingers widsky habit will convince storms Ijero tho summer-ligh- t the most Louisville, nnd whose next session will excellent woman and was greatin her hair and it can not Full. skeptical of thu merits of this great in- be hold there, reported probationers, ly beloved by her brothers and sisters Tho Kichmond Register wants to know stitution herein our midst nnd wu don't full members 20,311!; local preach- for whom she, being the eldest, took where Uko Tilieacn is. In South Amer- seu why it is not constantly full to over- ers 102; infant baptisms i'Jl; adult bapthe place of a mother. A member of tho ica, 0,000 feet aboyo tho level of the sea. flowing with patients. Mr. Kmbiy has tisms 1,01'J; Sunday-school- s 205, teach- Christian church for years, alio died in .FOR, Hy mistake tho typesetter displaced the agreed to give our town a lecture and ers 1,015, BCholars 12,05s. full confidence of tho faith and recona. w ith an U "Ha Titicaca nnd not Y Tho electric light at tho Presbyteri- - ciled to the Divine will. An excellent the place ami date will be given as soon as settled. It is to be a treat w know en church kept "a winking nnd a blinkbusiness woman, she amassed quite a The Medical Society met heru yester- from his oAy (low of language and his ing" so persistently that Kuv. W. A snug fortune, which she leaves to hor wasdeliv-eae- d day. The speech of welcome Slaymaker was compelled to dismiss his live brothers and sisters. After ft serearuestnt'BS. hy tho brilliant young lawyer formW. K. Perkins went to tho World's congregation and go with it to the Chris- mon at her late home, Sunday afternoon of Lincoln, J. Cabhell Jones. His erly Fair last Wednesday to see its wonders. tian church, where Hev. W. K. Kilts by Klder Joseph Ballon, a long cortege I speech was pearls on a string of Milk. Mrs. Will Hutching, of Stanford, is vis- preached a tine sermon on "Almost thou of sorrowing friends followed the reuna invitml to iiddrea the Society and iting at the Harris House Mrs. Will persuadestme to be a Christian," Suu-da- mains to Butlalo Cemetery, where they went up Into tho hall for thnt pnrposf, Wearen and Mrs. John James's little night. were consigned to the dii"t. and while waiting my turn an announce children, of Stanford, were with Mri. J. Aa . FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. s.. DANVILLE. mem .. ... .....!.. ... at... .lAitit.l.mikit tlinl ,, NV A h.nce a few (, required my immsdi.tto proaei.ee and John Hiibton sold to James Audur Advocate.) ' , son a mule colt for V'i. . . ,. had to leave the doctors without spout- - . . u I). N. Prewitt sold to Sum Shanks 40 (ilia. .J 1IUU IIIIUD Wi .t.on-- . iiiu to their deep round, especially that A few red boars for sale. Apply at stock ewes at Curtis Hubert hits btjeu on .the sick list Iwulapins of his of Pr. Hvrudon, thu for the past few dnys, and Judge Ward once to J. K. Bruce, Stanford. AtMuysville last night the Synod profession aud tho most lonrnud and Moore wus also sick, lvou Fish was up -- O. Vanoy sold to It. B. A K. formally inaugurated Dr. C. B. U. Mr-tiveneraldtt man I ever saw, hearing a this week to serf about renting his moth for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Ad100 barrels of corn to bo deliverProfetsorof Theology in tho Dan- Orders ' R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. striking resemblance to Supt. 1'ickutt, of er's farm for next year to Lebanon put- ed in their crib at i'2 10. dress. ville Theological Seminary. IjmitWIIWJtMBWslWsllllllllsMMBilslsMIWTrTTriTr my subin irwisil the Orphan Unmade. One of Mr. James Smith, who was'crownod Mr. Robert liddy, son of Hev. L. Compound Com- ties. Miss Addie Herrin, one of our jects would havo beunH prettiest girls, is home after a pleasant some years ago Watermelon King of Eddy, and Miss Olive Cox, the handsome minuted Fracture of Tibia and Disvisit to friumls in lJockeRstlo county ami Boone county, Missouri, has this year daughter of Mrs. Mary Ann Cox, gavo placement of the FihuU. tho othsr Tho several of our buys are wearing bright mined a pumpkin eight feet round tho their families and friends a startling surPhilosophy of it Contro Coupe. Pr. laces Hgain. Mrs. Morgan's luiby is btill waist. prise last night by the announcement in n private distention ol tlio latfer said very low. Five hundred horses were either suf- that they had been man and wife since Dealers In- said no that afit was a couctission. focated or burned to death in Chicago hy the lilth of August, on which day they fects the brain, but contro coupe is the The Teachers' Association met at Stan- a lire which destroyed tho Wallace street were married in Louisville. They are fracturing of tho cranium from a blow ford Oct. and most of the teachers that barns, which belonged to the Chicago very young nnd said they were afraid of upon tlio opposite side of tho head Hero are on duty responded to roll call. The City Railway Co. parternal objection. f needed Prs. Poorea and J. U. CarpenThe frost doesn't appear to have association watt opened by Prof, lirough havo been ter. My other subject would Hunters' Ratks. Dates of sale aud Reports from all announcing thai lie was going to walk reached Arkansas. Umbilical Circulation during Uestation to tho World's Fair without being check- over tho Stat indicate that the cotton limits. The O. H. A 1). railroad will Sec. to tho Period of Parturition and its Kf ed. Tiie subject on program was longi- crop will be much heavier thap tecent make Hunters' rates an usual. To upfeet I'pon the Future Ofleprinj;of a Pif tude and time, which was fluently han- conditions promised, It is believed the per Michigan, Wisconsin and Minneferent Sire. This is an abstruse obatret-rica- l dled by Prof, though ami ossociation. yield will amount to 800,000 bales. sota tickets will he ou sale Sept. 20th to SccOnr Large and Splendid Line Of profound involving ijuention Nov. 15th, 1S93, inclusive, with final reNellie A. won the stallion represenPrimary reading was discussed to the Dr. Herndoil knowledge of physiology. at Lexitig turn limit Nov. 30th. To lower Michi fullest extent by lirough, Hughes, North tative stake for two was exceedingly sorry this was not dis- and others. The association split on the ton. sprees was second and the great gan, Mackinaw City and South, Nov. 1st cussed when I told bun that would have mode of teaching tho alphabet ami left Pirector's Flower third. Best time '2: 10 totioth, inclusive; final return limit Nov. been one of my subjects. I am invited arguing the same. At noon adjourn- Robert J. won the pace in 30th, 1S03. To Missouri from Septemto meet with the learned gentlemen ment was made for '2 o'clock. Prof. straight heats. Beat time 2:00. ber 'JOth; return limit 30 days from date when they meet nt London in January, Holmes' welcome address was mude into Great damage was done Saturda.f of sale, but not later than March 1st, and if I cati I shall do sound I want Dr. n farewell address. Many mutual and night in West Teunessee and Northern 1S1M. To Mississippi from Sept. 20th, J. G. Caipentorto bo there, Pr. Poores heartfelt sighs were forced between the Louisiana and Mississippi by frost to return limit 30 days from date of side but of Crab Orchard, also. Tho meetings aro pearly teeth of the fair maids. The as- cotton and tender vegetation. In the not lator than April 30th, 1S03. To Arexceedingly entertaining and instructive. sociation adjourned to meet Nov. 4 at Memphis district it is estimated that the kansas from Sept. 20th; return limit 30 But the city clock has struck 10 i m. Halls Gap district N'o. 1M). cotton yield was curtailed from 15 to 'JO days from date of sale, but not later and I am dying with nostalgia. I am per cent. than May 1st, ISO 1. J, W. North, Sec'y. homesick, heartsick, lovesick so sick. Siinms, Mattingly & Watheu bought Is Receiving His A cold wave that reached BrunsFontaine Fox Hoiiuitt. The Queen and Crescent Kouto is pre- of a party in Indiana laet week, 145 suparing to issue an elaborate publication gar mules at 13 cents per pound. They wick, Ga., is pronounced favorable to a : : -1 e Nashville, Twin., March 0, in magazine form, descriptive of the dif- also bought of Gaither Hays 14 sugar decline in the number of cases, but un Stockton Medifinu Co , Nashville, Tenn., ferent sections of tho South tributary to I mules at f 137.50: 3G same from T. H favorable to cases under treatment. have had Muscular Goods Warranted and a PcVlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Gentlemen Six members of the United States Indigestion fora num its lines. Capitalists, tourists and busi Thornton at f 150; Ri from Charles Beay- HheuinatiBin and ber o years, aim 10m hu,. i physiciana ness men are not likely to target the en at $137, all of which have been ship- Senate have passed the 70th year of their relief, as tho most skilled southern cities so long as tho (Juecn and ped to New Orleans. Lebanon Enter- age. Mr. Morrill, of Vermont, heads the 1 am had failed In my case, but made happy Crescent Kouto can reach them with prise. list with his S3rd year. acorn-detto state your Antiseptic has heartily The object of the new bicycle cosAn esteemed New York editorclaims this artistic publication. Copy of this cine and 1 do most to all for rheumatism and magaziuo will be mailed to any address tume for women is said to be to prevent to have discovered woman's most attracit & "Sestion. 1 will gladly answer all In- on receipt of ten cents in postage the embarrassment of sudden exposure tive age. Nobody is going to beleive, Antiseptic. wareroom, paint quiries in regard to stamps. Address, W. C. Rinearson, when the rider tumbles oil' her whoel. however, that he has discovered any of Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset Yours respectfully, From the pictures of it which we have woman's ages. Work built to order. old Woolen Mills. and repair shop at General Paosenger Agent, Cincinnati, W.F.J Batkman, ;J10 Broad street. Been, the costume accomplishes this obOhio. Have You Got Asthma? m Druggist, ject by making all the exposure possible For sale by A. K. Penny, If so Stockton's Antiseptic will surely Tho Unitod States Senate resembles bufore tho rider tumbles off her wheel. Stanford. . cure It. There is no use trying local debating society that argued the the Courier-JournWe guarantee treatment. You have got to get ttie Mi- A specialty. fi'Sign Work, artistic and plain. For more than 10 years Miss Susan question whether Bill Smith's barn crobes out of the avstem and to do that coun share of patronage solicited. work to give satisfaction. A Friend.of Prestousburg, Johnston Winchester's registration shows that you must Uko Stockton's Antiseptic. that burned up or burned down and finally CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky has lain in a sleep or stupor by A. R. Penny, Stanford. For sale ty, she is strongly republican. decided that "it did." nothing can arouse her from. tell-tal- e e, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September Pres-bytur- y Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department forest-columne- d Ken-tuckyan- d Kecord-llomestea- d a TZ2 TCP CSS IT y STOCK WBS-a- SEVERANCE & SON. l.lti-cac- Fancy Groceri gg,BM,GakFies Candies, Lunches,Friits, &c, y ...... 1 . CALL ON R. ZIMMER THE BAKER. , I O. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. n FARMS & HARDIN, -- 1 1 1 Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, 11 ye.tr-old- s 1C F3RMIN6 IMPLEMENTS. -- free-for-a- ll H.6.RUPLEY,- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. t.' o ii rec-m- NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AT7STHT, Fro'rs. st; House Painting and Paper Hanging al. "Si Y -- 3 if U ' .MB. r ? n i , n n 1 ! ft" i V r The Peffur amendment, defeated in( Tiik paid admissions at the World 's ho enormous tho Senato by n vote of 33 to 17, provided Fair last week reached and hitherto unapprnached total of for freo coinage of silver. A younc man at Harper, Kas., has We wore counted several 2,131,719. surged into been arroted and fined $10 for singing Stanfohd, Ky., OcTonnn 17, 1893 times in the vast throng that the gates and elbowed aud crowded "After tho Bill." This is encouraging. Texas is being overrun with unemwithin them. The jam everywhere was W. P. WALTON. terrific and sight seeing was not nearly ployed men from tho West, and t he probas easily accomplished as on our former lem of caring for them is causing consid To visit. Everybody at the Fair, in the crable anxiety. ? Twenty puddling mills, which hao Plaisnnco and in Chicago seem to realize that their chance to get money is been idle for four years, havo resumed A rapidly slipping from them and fakirs, operations at Ashland, aud tho iron nail bilkers and robbers aro working the mill at that place will be put to work at crowds for all they aro worth. Prices to onco. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. The L. fc N. has 4S0 men at work in the shows in the Plaisanco havo beea For SUtc Senator, increased and the menus of drawing its shops now, who are doin all the 9 visitors to them is resorted to that are work it needs. It is thoreforo in posiHON. V. but a little short of highway robbery. tion to reject the compromises now proFor Representative, , Thoso who waited till tho last few posed by tho strikers. According to the British census, weeks to visit tho show mado n mistake, we HARVEY HELM. published, tho number of Amer but it is worth nil tho incouvenioncea We Superintendent of Public Scnooli, For consequent now to see tho grandest ex icans resident in tno lirmsli Isles is McCLARY. hibition ever gotten together in tho same 20,220, of whom about 20,000 were born W. in tno United Mates. Jn .trance, acBpaco. cording to the French cousub, there are wo wish about Czar Wb may say what Under the new ballot law there can lleid, but it takes such a man as he to be no still hunt candidates. They have ouly 7,000 Americans. preside over a body which seems deter- to announce their Another terrible storm raged on the intention a specified mined tc delay or obstruct legislation. If time in advance of the election to get South Carolina coast, carrying death and Stevenson Magnolia Beech he instead of their names printed on the ballots and destruction before it. At had occupied the chair in the Senate the as the majority of tho republicans can- almost overy house was washed away Goods, Ji no majority would not have experienced not write it is impossible for them to run and 13 whito and G colored people were mortifying defeat it did from the a candidate without his name so print drowned. A number escaped watery the graves by taking refuge in trees. handful of filibustering ed. It begins to look like Mr. Uarvey Ono of tho white cappers engagod in Senator Voorhees' attempt to force a Helm will have no opposition, but Hon. vote on the repeal of the Sherman hill, W. II. Miller will likely havo to cross the brutal whipping of Mrs. Dalton in after an effort extending over a continu- swords with Mr. Lay, of Casey. In any Wajhlngton county, Ind , turned state's ous session of 44 hours, resulted in sig- event it ia always best to be prepared evidence 'at the trial and made a confes-tha- t nal failure because there wero no rules to for everything. Let the woman's husband instigated tho the democrats see to yourprevent members from talking indefiattack, and he and his brother stood by we do by courage suffi- that our nominees are elected. They and saw the terrible punishment inflictoften, nitely and no man with are in tho majority in both county and ed. cient to stop it without them. Senator district and can do so easily if every Our Senator, Joo Blackburn, is n Allen alone spoke or read for 14 hours man will do his duty. Let us stand to dead duck. He haa strenuously opposed : and our own Senator Blackburn, after gether and all will be well. tho Sherman repeal law and advocated promising not to delay a vote, voted sevcoinage of silver. He was A. URBANSKV, eral times with the minority to cause it. O.vb of the nicest little buildings at tho tho unlimited drawn first World's Fair is that of Guatemala and afraid to open his mouth until driven have The from cover, and he has committed himblood and claim that they aro in position its exhibits arc of unusual interest, self beyond recovery. Ho has buried Wlirro It Wtit, to demand a compromise, but the ada people peaceful and prosper, Littlo Graciowas going into thohonso ministration will not and ought not Jo ous. Unfortunately this is not the case himself forever. Richmond Register. The propeller Dean Richmond, tho other day when sho mot hor fnvonto consider it for a moment. Senator for it is again in the throes of revolution. mint just coming out. compro- The president has declared himself dic- with a crew of 10 persons, is given upt Lindsay says there will be no "Well, little girl, wherobavo yon been mise and that the result will bo finally tator, dissolved congress, ordered a new for lost. It is believed to havo been this morning?" asked hor mint. Hcaequarters for- uraco held np a whito package, "To as the people havo decreed, even if the election anu tue devil is to play gener wrecked on Lako Erie, near Dunkirk N. Y. Tho schooner Minnehaha was tho Btoro to buy some candy for mamHouse of Lords thinks itself greater and ally. wrecked on Lako Michigan and six of ma," alio replied. above their real creators. The majority NEWSY NOTES. "And does mamma giu yon somo Other vessols tho crew wer drowued. ought to rule and if the democrats can were wrecked or otherwise damaged by candy for being such a good girl?" not do so, they ought to confess their Tho total amount of claims allowed "Oh, my. not Mamma nays candy the gale. Of all kinds. The most complete line of impotence and give up the struggle for by the Pulaski court was $12,737.51. isn't good for littlo girls, bo sho gives mo City of The magic Mushroom party supremacy. C cents instead.' The L. fc X. will open up its line to would save u great deal of "But what do you do with tho 5 conU?" New Orleans to day or of the lest KenTub trouble and expenso by making an as"Buy somo moro candy." Boston J. J. Failor has been appointed post signment tucky House who is responsible for most in a municipa' lump, instead Budget Marydell, Laurel county. unlament-e- d master at of going piecemeal into the hands of reof the bad legislation of that A I.ucrntlTu Ilurcnln. The Kentucky Grand Lodge of Kvcr in Stanford. Trices according to the times. aggregation of impotency and imbeceivers. Alexander Ciesar, Constantino An eccentric and long winded clergyOdd Fellows will meet next year at of old could man, who found to prove that it was the cility, thought and tho other autocrats the collections getting Paris. newspapers and not the people who build and sustain a town by a mere ipse loss ami less, Hit upon tho following plan Gen J. P. Nuckols has received the day is pawed. Louis tonugmont them: "My friends," ho aid were disgusted with its acts and doings, nomination for the Legislature in Barren dixit, but that to his congregation, "I am nfraidjou but he has discovered to his sorrow that county. ville Times. tho half had not been told. Speaker The heaviest winners among horse havo tho bad tuste to object to long serlarge tree was blown over, into the A Moore was defeated for the Senate Sat- cottage of Richard W. Banks near Jelli-co- , owners during the regular turf season mons, and mine, 1 own, nro somowhat I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, lengthy. Well, I will strike it bargain urday by C. B. Martni, whose majority Tenn , instantly killing Mrs. Baker. aro tho Messrs. Keene, who have placed with you tho length of my sermon will and ofTer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock'. is COO or more. Poor man, the gubernaFire destroyed four blocks in tho $2S2,0S0. to their credit. Mike Dwyor is bo regulated by tho amount of tho coltorial bee which he confessed was buz- business portion of Sour City, Ia. The second on tho list, with $00,210 winnings lection on the preceding Sunday Ladies watches former price 550 now $40 00; the zing in his bonnet will cease to buzz and loss is estimated at half a million dol while Richard Croker ia third with $2,-07- largor tho collection is, tho 6horter my Ladies' watches former price S3 5 now 527.00; Brer. Mooro will not bo a candidate for lars. to the good. Of the Messrs. Keene s sermon will be, and vico vorsn." The Ladies' watches forme? price Si 5 now $ 17.50. governor next nor 'smother year. A , . rm I t Tho Vigilant for the third and last stable Domino alone, for whom they collections roeo by leaps and bounds. oouu auvcr spoons, nateti bpoons, ... Plated Knives and forks all at the Baited mackerel is not deader than ho time beat the Valkyrio by 1 mimntu paid u trifle over 53,000 last year, won and all of those who stood by him in his and America's cup remains in proud more than $1SO,000. : One first class'fare, with $2 additional : efforts to shape legislation against the American possession. The Eastern storm centered abou for the round trip Harvest Excurbions, Brer. wishes of tho people. The steamer City of Savannah, of Buffalo, N. Y. Saturday. Much damago Aug. 22d, Sept. 12th and Oct. 10th. Tho This sale will be made for CASH, Hring the money along with you. Moore. You lived for awhile in clover tno fat. l.ouib anu Tennessee racket line, to property is reported from Western WiiseoNBi.v Centhal Li.ves will run low but when you died you died all over. on tho great lakes it sunk 10 miles below Pjducah. The car- Pennsylvania and -developed into the severest storm of tan rate Hnrvist Excursions on the above go was valued at $30,000. dalra to points In Minnesota, North and of Illinois never did a The democracy K 0. Evans, Go years old, and a re- years and caused general disaster. ReSouth Dakota. Tickets w ill bo good 20 II. II. KING. worse day's work than when it elected CiI'.okgku. rKrwirr. had both of his ports have been received of noarly twen- days from dato of sale, with r the anarchist, Altgeld, governor. He is sident olNicholasville, ty steamers, schooners aud tugs wrecked eyes put.out by the sudden explosion of west of feu Paul and a disgrace to tho party and is bringing or missing, and others had narrow escap-ei.l- t privileges to points some powder he had in his hand. For full information adshame on his State by his utterances is foared that many others bavtheen Minneapolis. A rear end collision of excursion dress any of the Company's representaand an abuse of the pardoning power. MORELAND, KY., lost. trains on the Michigau Central, noar Pass, and Ab unwarranted as was the extension of We have opened up a nice line of Senator Allen, of Nebraska, claims tives, or James O. Pond, Gen. executive clemency to the Haymarket jacKson, Alien., Kineu vi persons en that he broke the record in a wind ef Agt. route to tho Fair and wounded many anarchists, he continues to add insult to fort of 1 hours in tho U. S. Senate. Queen k Crescent Route and Louis injury by inflicting on the people a others. step toward preventing There are millions of workmen in all do- - ville Southern R. R. As the first wholesale release of criminals. Since Mitchell-Corbet- t prize fight from partmantsof the trades of this country, Excursions to Texas, AVkansaa and Indi ago ho the his inauguration a few months We arc daily rccciing our Fall Goods, which we are marking taking place in New Orleans, suit will be who have continued in business sessions an Territory via New Orleans or Shreve-porhas pardoned 63 and commuted the senOctober 10, 1893. Tickets on sale down lower than sver. begun to day against the Olympic Club 10 and even 18 hours consecutivelj. The tences of 32 convicts and is daily proving Courier-Journa- l pointedly remarks that via Louisvillo or Cincinnati. Tickets good for $11,000 taxes. Mb unfitness for tho exercise of any return. Stop overs will be Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you There will be no strike on tho 0. & if Senator Allen should have stood on 20 days for power. lines on the for 14 hours, he might have allowed generally by Texas O. and Southwestern, tho orgauized em- his head for Infor- money. going passage. Call ou agents Senator Blackhukk doubted that the ployes having wisely voted to abide by been entitled to the privilege of having mation. C. II. Wood well, D. P. A , LouaaTWc are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. people of Kentucky are for the uncon tho reduction of wages and await the broken some practical record. isville, Ky; H. C. Shaw, T P. A.. We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. O.; W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., At the Grand Lodge meeting of the ditional repeal of the Sherman bill and return of better times. 3S3STC Cincinnati, O. to use his own expression he has damned New York Democrats aro harmoni- Odd Fellows at Lexington, the following, read: nre Grand There himself eternally. They might havo ous, and that means victory.by an unus- statistics were The Centre College foot ball team forgiven him for going against their ual majority for an off year. The Hill Lodges 52, Grand Encampments 50, sub defeated the Cincinnati Uuiversitys nt wishes, under a misapprehension, but Democrats and Cleveland Democrats are ordinate lodges 0,030, subordinate en- Danville Saturday. : campments 2,493, Robekah Lodges 2,905 when he said in his Bpeech opposing the all after tho same thing party success. to know of our readers would repeal that he would not assist in delayThe State has not yet purchased a initiations 85,500, lodge members 747,293, in Perhaps some Chamberlain's Cough hie Kemidv l what respect ing n vote on tho question and then de- chair plant for the penitentiary, and no encampment members 132,512, Rebekah better than any other We will tell you When Walnut anc Oak Fight-DaClocks, $2. 50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks It 75c. liberately voted for Populist Pepper's action has been taken to provide for the lady members ISO.SGO, relief extended in thU remedyandtaken a It$oon as a cold has Inbeen t"ie before has become lettled Trices knocked silly on contracted told and used other dilatory execution of the contract recently enter- the year 1892 $3,350,450 84. Members system, it will counteract the effect it o the only amendment Uw creatly leutn its scveilty, anu tactics, he broke his word and put him-be- ed into for the employment of 500 of the relieved from 18.50 to lS02were 1,710,913, and remedy that will do thtt It acts in perfoct harand aids nature In relieving the mony widowed families relieved 203,311, mem- lungs, wiih nature secretion, liquefying the mu outside the pale of further consider- convicts in making chairs. opening the celK of the ation. Windy Jou must go and he will Conductor McGraw, of the Cincin- bers deceased 107,517, total relief $50,92 J, cut and causing Its expulsion from to a air strong and the lungs and restating tho system go. of the order is eminent- healihy condition No other remedy in the marnati Southern, put a negro woman off 287.03. Thestato ket possesses these remarkable properties. .No And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, Tiik inquiring mind of the Richmond his train because she refused to ride in ly satisfactory. A net increase in num- other will cure a cold o quickly. Korsaleby W II. MckoberU, Druggist, Register can be relieved by reference to the separate coach for colored people. bers during 1692 of over 50,000 unpreMr. Bohbitt'a letter in this paper. We This will probably precipitate a test of cedented in the order's history has given a membership at the closo of that year "During tny term of service in the army con i try with all our might to overcome tho the law's constitutionality. l rlirnnlr illirrhfra." savs A r. IltnulDIT. Of vagaries of the intelligent compositor The monthly statement of Auditor in the jurisdiction of tho Sovereign Grand iialney. Oregon "Since then.. I nac useu a greai Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash ' ....( " tuor Lodge, including tho sisters in tho amount of medicine, but MIUI and tho editor aforesaid ought to be suf- Ackerman, of the World's Fair, shows woun! injure my with you. branch, a grand total of 800,713, Dur- ( hokra and ficiently aware of how it is himself not to that tho exposition is now out of debt I fin .stntM.v it liroticht to mv notice. gaveused roe add sorrow to his grief worn and has a handsotno ballance in the thconly runedy Ihjt it ami wtlUavut 20,000,000 Stars rMtlltl folIOW." fWl Ii3 .. iB iuui4ni iru treasury. All honor to the great City bv can be seen with a powerful telescope r.armni.nnli .Al.t ill.) McKoberts, DiuKit, Man- and friend. KorsalgbyW II for the magnificent consumma- Tho number is vaxt, but so are tho hours OrJ, Kv Senator Vooiuiees asserted in the the Lik of Buttering of eery woman who betion. Senate Saturday that tho friends of the Qucklln's Arnica ShIvo. After wording two montliB and longs to the overworked "worn out," lor The repeal bill had "ouly begun to fight." " debilitated clitss. Dr. sores, best ale in the world sores, cuts, bruises tetttr, chapcasting 5,813 ballots, the democratic con- Price's favorite Prescription cures nauulcers, salt rheum, fever would be more assuring if an abler and all skin erup This ped chilblains, corns fftsaas vention for the first judicial district of sea, indigestion, bloating, weak back, tionshands,positively cures piles, or no pay requir and general were in command. Come oil', ed, it is guaranteed to giw pencei MYsleepMaryland nominated Henry Page for nervous prostration, debility and rnce JS ccnis per Los you Tall Sycamore of the Wabash, or let or money refunded chief judge and Henry Lloyd for associ- lessness. In fact it is the greatest of v0t sale by A R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. your acts be in.fconformity with your Refreshing ate. Tho number of ballots taken earthly boons to women. anxiety can sleep and relief from mental words. It Should Bo In Evory Houao Pa breaks all records. bo enjoyed by tho9 who take it. J. II. Wilion, 171 Clay street, Sharjuburff, Dist Mr. C. E. Sommers, brother of II. A. The Union Pacific lias been placed says he will not be without Or Kinc's New Coughs and Colds, tha Goods arc- " I contldtr Chamberlain's Sommers, editor of the Elizabethtown in the hands of receivers. It comprises specific for croun. It is very Cough Itemedy a covery for Consumption, threatened with pneus pleasant to tike, it curod his wife who was one News, and business manager of that pa- SjoO miles of railway and steamship which is cough of the most important requisites monlaalteran attack of La Grippe when various remedy is intended for use unions other remedies and several physicians had done where a per, is a candidito for serjeant-at-arm- s lines, employs 21,000 men and has lia- children. I have known cases of croup wher l hernoRod. Itobert Itarber, of ("ookspott, V , know the life of a little one was saved by the use claims that Dr. King's New Discovery has done of tho Kentucky Senate and if clever- bilities reaching the enormous total of of Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy." J. J. him more good than anything he ever used for druggist, Avocj, Neb. l.unc Trouble Nothing lite it Try It. 1'reo ness and real worth count for anything 5215,431,011.20, $33,505,012 of which is tor sale By w. u. .MCKoocrts, uruj. trial battles at A, K. Penny's drug store. Large etc bottles his ambitions will be gratified. due tho government. bottles joe and Si. gist, Stanford. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukne Nay, Are '. You : Ready Hat or anything in 6 OB 8 PAGES. buy a handsoma Fall Suit, light or heavy Overcoat, tho way of Underwear I Then II. MILLER. Wantage ly Of the dazzling opportunity ment. are now offering in each and every departhave F. A Magnificent Display Of Dress Cloaks, Millinery, and everything calculated Vico-Preside- nt anti-ropcale- rs. And solicit them examine our comprehensive stock. Familiarize you right will calling early and self with the fact that To Please the Ladies at THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. anti-repeale- W. H. WEAREN & CO. STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS Mid-dlesbo- ro HEATING : STOVES Great Clearance Sale. 2 Tit-Bit- s. ft. ri SAME SWEEPING Bye-by- e, REDUCTION. A.. IR,. IFIEjLSriLSrY. stop-ove- KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods 1 Dry Clothing Home-Seeker- s' Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, t, Cin-cinna- ti, & PBEWITT. CYCLONE REDUCTIONS y I lf -- Watches, Clocks, Sterling- and Plated Silverware, Spc tacles, Stan-for- d trar-t.- Danks, The Jeweler, TaVJlBIl L. m ! .TtauTl.mte 11 110m-LuU- c, (1 usrinrw Bn "run-down- -- "u""''t FAML I WIWTE1M Come and See. H. J. McROBERT qood -- AH i .l ...., .1.1 .rufti.ipfr.,,,,, , ltw, "iw.n i' m t hf. k ..,w..,ll .if 1 . 1, v, . rirt ihaLmmn, . WMUHj rZM Von Hknt. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Cottno ou East Main nt. Ilnrvcy Helm. Bonx to tho wlfo of Mr. Richard Cobb, elegant lino of wedding presents Jr., of Boylo, n fluo pair of girls. very chenp at A. H. Penny's. Ak a m I V K.vtra fine roABtfid cotl'eu in hulk nt Wnnin.sa presents in new and uovd Call, nnd seo that lino of heating rcszi ' Stanford, Ky., 17, 1893 Fnrris & Hardin's. stoves nt W. II. Wenren & Oo.'s before designs with prices to suit your pocket. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Danks, the jeweler. ICvkiiytiiino in tho jowolry lino cheap buying. Three Colleeei : Thiee Training Schools. I'iileen departments of study. Healthful location Jr. me lieartol tlie Blue Grass Region, r.ymnajlum anil Athletic grounds. Moderate rxtwnses Tub people tiro getting great bargains Wk are receiving our largo stock of J11.JIU jH tendance IBll ncsiuii from thirty States and countries. 1'or ful infnrruallot E. C. Walton, Business Manager for enflh nt Ponnv's. at Penny's in watches, clocks, jnwelry fall goods this week. Will all bo in by ma catalogue a pply to X. II. ni,A!iTOX, J). 11., Chancellor, Ulchmaml, Kentucky. Nkw lot of Zoifler hootsnud shoes just und sliverwaro. tho last of the week. Call and examine. MEANS BUSINESS. a received nt S. II. Shanks'. it Knn. & N. will run nn excursion on Snvnrnr Tiik L. a Buy your bcIiooI hooka and school Atthxtion Hu.vrKiiH. A uomplote lino tho 10th to Chicago nt S10 51 from Stan-forol nil kinds nt A. K. Penny's. Ovsn 100 "graduates" nro expected to of guns, rillus, loaded shells, hunting for tho round-trip- . Tho train will attend the Keeley reunion at Crab OrWatches, clocks find jowelry repaired conts, nil nt bottom prices. V. II. Blart from Livingston nt 3 a. m., passing chard Springs this week. A grand time nnd wnrrnntcd. EnKriivhii; n speuialty, at A. Hi Penny's. hero at 3:2:1 a. m., with corresponding is assured. Tiik largest stock of Drum, Medicines, Ton Hk.it. A cottao of threo rooms, rntes from nil stations to Boston. lVrftimory, Pulntfl nnd Wall Paper nt It is understood that tho republicans At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giA.H.Penny's. Prescriptions n special- kitchen nnd cellnr, with Rood cietern; Bit TiiKsherifrhna no alternative in tho will meet here Wednesday to consider ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the and overty. tinted ou JjtncaMor stroet. Inquire nt matter of adding 0 per cent, to tho taxes loaded manufacturers and importers arc dumping their products as tho advisability of nominating Mr. Lay, Uilns & Watta conl olHce. of all who have not paid Nov. 1. The of Casey, for the Senate. fast as they can, which means that prices ar.e now being personal" pointsT new rovenue law in exphicit on tha t Any one desiring to raise hill onions Mi&fl Katk Hlain has been tho guest Suit. McClauy pnid out ubout $5,800 point nnd you had best pony up, unless can secure the sets or onions either by of the. MiwH Kilis. to teachers Saturday. Of tho white you want to pay for tho consequences. calling on Fielding Thurmond. Mihs A.nnik Kkii:ni:h, of Paris, is a m teachers 62 wero on hand and all oi the hi W. II. Klrby. While driving on tho Hustonville 17 colorod pedagogues drow tho money Right and left, and the fellow with tlie cash can lay in his goods and You can go to New Orleans via the Miss Maymk Caiidin is visiting her (2 A C. nnd L. S. pike Saturday, tho editor found a satch- due them. sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that on the 20th and 27th feistor, Mrs. liuford N. Holler. el containing any amount of lady'a un I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. at low rates on account of tho Southern I I'ay 20 cents for eggs and 25 cents Miss Essie Buitcu is visiting tho Missderwear and later picked up n fine whito They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hangoods, rotten Athletic 1'nion. Amateur silk handkerchief. The satchel proved for fresh, yellow butter. Remember my with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the es Buchnnnn nt Crab Orchard. mauufac-turcrTuu Ijinciister Mus Amki.ia (Jhay, of Alum Springs, has to bo Mrs. Hugh Hnys'. The handker- large Btock of Bueil boots and winter Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands clothing at less than cost for cash. J. assigned with liabilities of ;2,'J50; assets chief still awaita its owner. has been visiting Mrs. T. A. Coultor. of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes B. IlHKiiNs and Mies Julia not stated. L. F. Hubble was appointed Mas. J. $i, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c Two young gentlemen, yet in their Iliggins have returned from Lexington. receiver, Danville parties held most of I. O. 0. F. A full attendance of the worth Si. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1.25. Ladies' Button teens, from tho West End, Higgin8 MibsNa.n.mk Kennedy, of tho West the stock. Woods and Sid Adams, came down to members of Stanford Lodgo No. 150 is Shoes 90c, worth Si. 50. The largest and best selected stock of Km!, was tho guest of Mrs. 0. B. Cooper. That indefatigable worker in tho see a pretty little lady Suuday night and desired this (Tuesday) evening. Report Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line Mils. Annik Jamks went to Hichmond cause of democracy, Bright Ferrell, has while they wero enjoying her smiles from delegates to Grand Lodgo and oth- of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. .Saturday to spend several dayB with A. 0. Sine, nt last got his reward. He has been ap their horso took a notion to go homo er important business. Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, friends. in this dis and wont, leaving them either to walk Secy. Mfca Mattio Owsley pointed storokeeper-gauge- r Miu.Mili.kii ami . went to Louisville yestorday to spend n trict and so has Zck' Klkin, J. 11. Dish back or hire another. Wo believe thoy I will give fo reward for tho roturn of P. Owens anil Sam Ohler. on, did the former. few days. my white pointer bitch, both ears red a Mb. I B. Bakbu returned with Mr. E. Ciiutit Court begins next Monday nnd red spot in forehead, wart on left AiiKyou a closo buyer? II bo you aro C. liaines from IndiauApolisaud is now tho person we are looking for. We like and Clerk J. P. Bailey telle us that there aide. She left or was stolon from my his guest. are 22(1 cases on tliB docket divided as home Thursday night. H. D. Philips. " , one of tho clev to sell to closo buyers. They aro our bcMl follows: Commonwealth 511, old equity Mk. William erest men in Pulaski county, paid us a customers and our fall and winter stock .'13, equity appearances 19, ordinary apShows are not rushing this way with is bo complete we novor miss n Bale. cill Friday. There much unanimity this season. The next 11 and old equity 107. Come and see for yourself. Hughes & pearances MimKa.Mt.v.viK MvKiiaand LeahSteger regularly booked will not apIs but ono divorce and ono murder case, attraction Tate. pear till late in November. Several com- Has come and now is the time to prepare for the chilly blasts of winoniiie down yesterday to bring Miss Kva tho latter that of Odie Paul for killing tho panies that made dates last summer for Steger to College. Mack Fkiikkll's letter, published in negro Isaac Helm. ter. The merchant who sells you the best goods for the least money of Hnrrodfl-bur- g, one of the issues ot last week's Intkiuoh Mas. Stklla the presont season hnvo gone to the The body must be clothed for winter. Be A vkky peculiar divorce case will come wall, owing to the hard times, and "per is now your best friend. is tho guest of Mrs. II. J. Mcllob Jol'ii.n'al has done more to turn public who continues quite ill. before tho circuit court next week. Mrs. haps 'tis better so." fore sending away to foreign markets and paying large commissions let erts, feeling in his behalf than anything he Mil. II. 0. Nkwbom, of Fnyetteville, could have written. Kvorybody feols for Mary Sprinkles sues James Sprinkles for Tiik Metropolitan National Bank of us beg of yon to examine home stocks. Ours will please the most Toun., arrived Sunday and will him, now tlut he has shown so much n separation and alimony, alleging aban Kansas City, much of whoso stock is fastidious in every department and we only ask for a show as against donment. Mr. Sprinkle admits the take nwny a pretty bride, Mies Mannio penitence. passed Ita qu irtorly dividend .any and all competition. Look at our Dress Goods stock, our Unj charge aud says ho loft her on account held hero, Alford. Tub mercury was down to 30 ywtor-da- y of a physical malformation on her part last week to tho regret of those who had derwear, our Hosiery, our Gloves, our Table Cloths, Napkins and V. Watkiis, foreman of this Mu. Jo morning nut! ice nnd frost were which renders tho marital relation a de- hoped to get some ready cash. The diollko, has been appointee! one of tho apTowels. Our CLOAK stock is one of abundant, but it got warmer when the lusion. They havo only been married rectors unanimously decidod that it was praisers of the Lancaster to tho best interests of the bank not to sun came up nnd a most delightful day six months. , plant. pay out any dividends till the times were was experienced. Tho weather bureau Miss Amhhosia Thomas, who has been Tiik Court ol Appeals baa reversed tho a little easier. telegraphed that will he fair and Mrs. W. 11. tlie guest of her sifter, cases of W. R. Doolin and G. W. Cope, returned to her home in Imis-vill- i still warmer. Fine The residence of Mr. M. 0. a Bontto the penitentiary from Pulaski Friday. Thehk was a painful lack of dancing for two and throe years respectively for Vandeveer caught fire in the absence of Ever opened in the city and our Shoe and Clothing Stock is one of Mu. K. C. Walton left for Chicago girls af the hop at Walton's Opera House killing William Watson. It will be re- tho family yesterday and was burned to Our Clothing was bought from Saturday and is now taking in tho Friday night ho all who wero thoro were membered that the killing occurred near tho ground. Mr. Va deveer had gone the best and cheapest ever offered. who were forced by the hard times exhibition ever o ich and everyone a real belle of tho ball i sights of tho greatest to catch a horso and the children had parties tho Lincoln county line at a Sunday-schoplanned by man. und frequently one would dance with a Watson had fired gone to school. Mr. Tinsley Spoonamore convention. Mim Clknn Bum, who has spent some dozen gentleman during a number. Quito his pistol luto the crowd and Doolin saw smoke issuing from under the roof time with her sister, Mrs. Fair, at Hart- a delegation came up from Danville and who was constable, and Cope, a mem- nnd gave the alarm, which drew the ford, returned to her siHtor's, Mrs. S. M. a'l seemed to enjoy themselves. ber of the posse, shot him in tho attempt neighbors to the ecene, who saved most a Owens, yesterday. of tho furniture in a badly broken conhim. Du. J. K. Va.naiuoalk has bought of to arrest Mil and Miis. Thomas Dalton dition. Tho house was new nnd the Business and the money told the tale. Come and we will divide our Two pistol shota in rapid succession, loss is estimated at $1,200. Mr. W. A. from Lexington Sunday, having Dr. J. F. Peyton and Mr. J. S. Hughes a profits with you. We can sell you a Comfort from 75c up; a Blankmade the trip thither nnd hither in a lot of 13.1 feet frontage on the hill next Friday about 0.30 v. m., drow a crowd in Tribble tolls us that there was an insurto Mr. William.Geer, and on ,tho now their direction, whon it was found that ance of ioOO in the North British & et from 90c per pair up; a Cloak from 1.00 up; a pair of Shoes from double team buggy. street they nre building which intersects Tin Mershon had shot Smith Embry Mercantile Insurance Co. on tho prop- 75c up; a Dress from 5c per yard up and Ladies' Underwear from and MisseH Kate Mi.s. F. L. Hans Cook and Anna Held nnd W. 1) Weath tho cut otf pike in front of Judge W. K. whilo attempting to shoot Babe up. Undershirts for men from 25c up, and our Overcoats and ertynnd Mono Cook will go to tho Varnon's. Dr. VanArsdale will begin nt ford, a colored man. The trouble nroso er ferd Clothing is better than it has ever been and we shall continue and wns once tho erection of a handsomo two- - li tho Myers Houso World's Fair this week. NEW ADVERTISEMENTSto keep up our stock in every department. We cordially invite all started by tho negro objecting without Miss Ltmllk Onii, tho Carrollton beau- - story frame residence. having any authority to do eo, to Mer- classes to come and see us. We arc out for business. ty, whoso picture appeared in Saturday's Tin: election for city councilman is to ahon shooting the balls on the billiard ' Ijuisvillo Times, is a cousin of Miss occur at the general election in Novem. table. Mr. Al Burns told Hansford ho Gertrude Howard, who is greatly be- ber and as yet Having teemed the service ol Mio Mattie Alnot a soul has ottered for had nothing to do with tho balls, when len from Clnciomatl ai Trimmer for this teason, I loved hero. tho positions. It has always been a he roplied that it was all right If he said cordinlly Invite the ladies to inipect rt Miss Nokaii I'iiilu-- lost her watch on stack ol Millinery nt prices to suit the thnnky job nnd unless somebody wanted so, but Morshon couldn't shoot them if times. The Misses Webster, of IuilUnapohs, bave the piku between her home nnd town to carry a point the Press MaWng question has been ho hadn't. This created further quarrel charge of tho serve the If dies.Department and arc now readr to Saturday, but it was found by little Kato not who MISS LICCIE I1EAZLEV, wants the place, but who will nnd tho negro rushed nt Mershon who Stanford, Ky. ' lluflinnn before it had been run over hnvo it. SomeboJy'a names will have warded him on" with an umbrella, warnruined. and to bo placed on tho poll books and tho ing him to desist. Mershon then drew (.5. L. Pkn.vy, Worshipful Masterof the chance for the patriotic to show it is nt a pistol and the man ran behind Smith Stanford Lodge of Masons, started to hand. Tho mayor is hereafter to bo Embry, who caught the ball in his right I,oulBvi)lo yesterday'to represent it in R. D. BRUCE elected by a direct vote of the people shoulder. Itjstruck the bono without Is Accnt 'or the Jones Lock Wire Fence and it is the Grand lodge. He goes the overland nnd it is hoped tho present encumbent breaking it and lodged under the skin, by the Karn ers to be the best Wire route on his Wheel. ; pig ence in the uorld; no cutting, no of the oillce, who has filled it eo well, found by Dr. Reid and tight and bull strong Call on 1. M llruce at where it was Mu. R. 0. Dk.v.vy left Friday night for will or address 11 V llruce at Danville, Ky consent to bo a candidate. taken out. Mershon, who was police- Stanford Charlotte, N. 0., to sell n lot of mules 64 was placed under Tiik Somerset r that he has had on pasture near there reproduces man for along time, examining trial Satur Tongs, Pokers, &c. since last winter. He enys ho kept them Mack Fcrrili'a letter from this paper and guard and at his says: "Poor Mack, had ho taken the day waived examination and wns held in than ho could here. cheaper there Tiiosk who observe that the handsome advice given him by n Christian father 5100 bail to tho circuit court. J. M. PETTY, nnd mother ho never would have been face of Mr. J. II. Baughman is considerTiik recital by Misses Sue Millhouser, ably disfigured must not imagine that ho consigned to a felon's coll, but ho sees Lucy Johns and Inez Abernathy proved The Gun MaVer at Lancaster, will be in Stanford month lor the purpose of getting has been in a llsticutf. His line horse when too late tho great mistako ot his an artistic triumph and stamped each of one day of each left at the Myeis House or Macn repairs. Work, Hullman's will be sent to him and will receive Sunday and gave him tho life and in bidding adieu to his friends ran away them as exceedingly proficient in her prompt attention. Old guns or pistols mado i;ood nnd loved ones hospeakB the truth from part. Tho selections wero admirable, us new worst of it. Mas. Gus IIokmann nnd MiR8 Maggie tho depths of his heart and says. 'Stay being from' tho classic, romantic and Buchanan were hero yesterday. The nt home, boys, take tho advice of father modern, and thoir rendition was faultAND copy they brought for the menu of tho nnd mother.' Ho wns a bright boy, but less. Miss Millhouser, tho pianist, gave Keeloy banquet at Crab Orchard Springs tho love of Btrong drink and a passion tho most dUllcult numbers with n beauty As Adminlstratcr of the estate ol L U. Garner, is the most comprehensive ever for gambling led him on step by stop unaud skill which showed how thoroughly dei'd, we will on printed in tho county, but there will be til the unfortunate killing of his friend sho has mastered her profession and won " no drink stronger than water. has culminated in sending him to the a Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. 28th, not only, applause, but the highest Wk are glad to see Hon. W. II. Miller, State prison for and during his uatural of mu- Commencing t 10 o'clock, soil to the highest bidfrom thoso who aro judges der at the Ute residence of said decedent the fol of Lincoln, nominated for senator from life." sic. Miss Johns' vocal contributions to lowing property, composed of the counties of the district Chief, stallion, One spleniid Tiik editor of this piper had a novo tho evening's enjoyment wero of a very wocji Mules, Byoung Mares in Denmark weanling3 loal, a rood Lincoln, Garrard, Boyle nnd Casey. He and pleasant experience on the train high order and attested how liberally n Colts by Denmark Chirt, yearling Filly by same, yeurl'nj; Mule, work Mule, 1 wcanlmt; Mule, is capable nnd will make u most excel- froiq Louisville tho other day. By tho natural talent hnd been cultivated. Iler aged Jack, 3 Jenuets with Jack tolts, 4 Jenuets. lent otllcer; besides ho is- more than n the mistako of aomebody tho Cow and yearling Jack, as a Jaik, engineer pure, sweet soprano voice ib as clear ' of stock Hogs, Fanning utensils, Ac half Madison man anyway. Richmond pulled out from Lobauon perfect. Sho Call, lotol bale All sums of $10 and under cash Teims Junction leav- bell and her enunciation Register. Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. moqths; as tho bal- in hand, oer that amount, credit of 0 and pay notw with approved security, negotiable pleasure of form- ing Conductor Dick Lawton and had run iutorprota oratorio as well Tiiosk who had the Hank .V Trust tlvo or six miltB before hia absence was lad nnd reaches tho highest notes with able at Farmers ot purchasers. Co. of Stanford, will bu required ing the acquaintance of Miss Margaret All persons having claims against the e.tate of Buch apparent enso .that her hoarora aro 9 Thompson, of California, who with lur uiscovereu. men a llagman was until. I D. Oaroer Hor efforts were applauded as required bywill presentallthem properly verified persons indebted to law, and mother, Mrs. J.M. Thompson, nnd W. back and tho train followed slowly. charmed. Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. respondod the eststc will please come forward and rnttie. Many of tho passengers became greatly to tho echo and ahogrucefully MRS. N A GVKNKK, G. Thompson, have been the guests of sweetly as 1 W S. OAK.VKR, , and Mrs. W. A. Slaymakor, unltu alarmed and when they saw what they to two encores, sinning ns Jin-Admrs J P Chandler Auctioneer. supposed was another train bearing di- - thov wero ever sung "Annie Laurie" her one of the in pronouncing Home." Of ,i "Tim ni.t Kentucky Mmaiphtric Dyea, iv w n. most ontertaining Indies that recuy uuwii upon us, a panic among tho fair sex eusued. A lovely little Miss Abernathy's elocutionary ability have evor met. Her manner is brown-eyethey maiden in tho paroxysm of too much can not be said. Sho has a fj cordial, her conversation bright and 'rr (right throw her arms around our neck beautifully modulated voice, capable of witty and her repartee of that sparkling v ;:v. mmsL jMMm.mm. -and in piteous tones exclaimod, "Oh, a variety of expressions nnd most agree and Brain Treatment I Dr. E. C. West's Nm Jiff j5 JQV v V J 1 MMSJ-c- rand ready kind that compels admiration. bxautnor-Uc1 Is rold under positive written V jr y PPrvffrTPH I I m vo. 3lfeuw tl SllA.lflrt anvu sHsrai. vn. auditor. She nlao responded 1 the ti llierO cccuts only, to ctrr) V?nk Memory; let s ol It is regretted that tho stay of tho trio jjiiDtui, of course, asmu." coming WttB HO nble to Drain und Nerte ruci. I ot Manhood; guicVne: danger, tho engine to an encore by reciting a humorous Nltjnt Ijxt-b- Etil 1'roai ; Irnk ol Coiifldenre, not bo prolonged. Br Ansonrnotf. could CCPYftKlHTID. Nertnaanei-s-; I HMitu.tc h t Pialn; L'wsof raster wna simply bringing the lost conductor, which "brought down tho house." KWr-Mrj- ? aMfcassmsw-aa, cnujwl by .a nfvsr of tho Generative Or OF KY. UNIVtHSIlY, "cTrY AND VICINITY. but the experience of "saving" her, Tho entertainment was thoroughly Commercial College LEX1NCTON.KY. Tobacco. Opium sir l.ioao., whh Mioa lead, to braved tho storm to at- "Cheapest&BestBusinessLoiiegeintnenoria. Mlcer.&ouruiupti :i, In- - r. u.iU Death. $y mall, while somewhat embarrassing to a modby ull who EViEDICINE. with wn Ik lk oystera at .immer's. a..r at ITorll'a EipasltUn ". II 0 box; rJforfcs: WlJsTr.1 ten "'tillwyRUr. Aoertoui est man liko ub, wna worth many tend and at its close tho ladies wero AwarieJ UaJL.krrplna rithinrf mnnftr. Batlan.Mae-.l- l Hj.fro ol " lJrouohitls, Croup, 4th i. Jirr. St. Cctlil., 1.000 ducats, especially when she expressed heartily congratulated on its complete n.naallr. lb Ttach.rt npl.j4. Oot of nil HtuilfllU euro for Coub, born 'rnruat. noaus mias. llMIOCrJu.tMlUu.l.a. LOUISVILLE, KY. Ilu.lnf Wnnonliur OoutfU, Xi:v candloa at A. A. Warren'a. Mc.Rlw, cow26c.;old DuBois&Wcl)!) COLE BLOC. . ioludln Taltitn. Mutlotir. aoil KoaM, atwui t'JV. Hmall aim dUouB'llUMl!"!'! I'ur.. so much gratitude. An ettbrt to obtain succefes. They wero benutifully nttired Mtrt.Mita.'rTB-WrlUB- r tistttvd only by aai Tfl.ir.phy tJl"M. ft tuo, now Wc. Na&hvuU, Texn. Warren's. cltj "to Varatloik atf ao, uradualta iucm.KiiI. or Dnuhnsham, Ala. Mixed spices nt A. A. her name proved abortive, as she said and presented n very handsome nppenr-anc- tl baulttul an.t b.altlifal. Vtt nd ti CO rE book " WILBUR R. SMITH, LEX1NCTON, KY. A. R. PENNY, " Danks, tho jeweler, sella tho goods.' ebo wns too nshnmed to tell it. - Oci-oiie- CENTRAL .. 3 university 1 3 sup-plic- d HP HA11II ABE OVER panic-scarre- m JLAUGHT3B3BKSD d s. Record-Homestea- d 1- JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. Coo-kh- THE SERE AND YELLOW LEAF Lai-alk- to-da- y Record-Homestea- d m m tu, to-da- ol 1m CXOSK y m Siiii-ma- Sc to-da- bar-roo- m - TO THE LADIES. HUGHES & TATE. caroltillj-selecte- d s i Attontion, HEATING Farmers. soagi-icg- STOVES Stove Pipe, Elbows, Zinc, Coal Hods, Shovels, News-Lette- CTJITS REPAIRED. M'KINNEY BROS. -- PUBLIC SALE. enco-nlum- Saturday, October 1 DHUGI BOOKS. GiOOL : SUPPLi Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Wo Bo MoaWBlEBTi fFI NEW ;fpft 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 hand-BOineatn- W7V Mm :6;:r 'CI j.jb .. ". 'X a II J"a a ui-uo- ra .... 3 ion '. V ''ai'v J ; en-joy- ,'' . CURES DISEASE - lllbl .! .tl Wethout e. Stanford. JKij-St- 9 I " Sew-Week- ly Interior Journa. AT WORTH A QUARTER. Puullshod Every Tuoadav and Friday $ii IMBlt not so paid IN" ADVANCK 52, 60 will be charged.TO K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train niui Kotviand at 7:00 a. ra., returning "Snpix).o persons having it don't want at j:ao p. m. It changed? Red is 11 glorious color." L.&N. LOCALTIME CARD. 'Thoy don't liavo to unless thoy want to. Nothing compulsory about it." , Mail train going North ,11 7 pm .... ,..113 pm South "What is it? Go on and explain." Express train " South . 11 s P Tho visitor pulled up a chair. i North ....,. ....... .... ..3 at am "Yon know," ho said, "that red hair is Lseal Freight North. .. 9 36 a m South. .................. ..ao;p m tho result of a surplus of iron in tho sysThe latter trains also ciitr passengers. The above ts calculated on standard time. Solar tem. This is what imparts tho vigor, tho great vitality, tho overflowing imd me is about jo minutes falter, a 1 hair." Tho c'.y editor wns nlmost weeping for n sensation whon tho woird looking man enme in. "I've got a great scheme," ho eaiil mysteriously by way of salutation. "What is it?" nsked tho C. E. "Schomo for changing tho color of red A Groat Srlirtnio for lining A tray With Iron In tlio .Sjktoni. VAUNON, Tnllnc t. r. to ihe office of Conn- Among tho funny t him;, at t h Colum- Is ncsndldate for Strayed Irom near Gilberts Creok on tjr bian oxposition wiw n little incident at ty Judge, tunjevt to tho action of democratic par- the night of tho my farmpM jearling, black horse int. a mule. Liberal reward will be given tor his return tho siugle tax congrwu wlnlo A. II. O II PFRKIN., tome. Stophonaon, tho sintrlw tnx lender of PhilM 3t Gilberts Creek, Ky JA3EES X. GIVENS adelphia, was tanking an eloquent onset npou Henry George for his Chinoso re- Is a Candidate (or County Judge of Lincoln, sub- striction ideas. Holmd just referred to ject to the lion ot tin: Deinocrac). tho doors Wing shut against tho ChiO. P. nese, nnd with impawioned voico nuked: A Flno Bluo-Cras- s Farm "Where did wo get thoso doors? Did the Isacandldate for Jailer, subject tothe action o( Wlllunone mllcof Stanford, containing loo acres; Creator give thoni to us? Who gnvo us the Democratic party He would appreciate your 60 acres corn land Improvements this country anyway?" To this mirw. veto Klcctrlc lights and water in house, and barn K T ROCHKSTHR, Apply lo tiou a voico in tho crowd promptly Stanford, Ky t tm JOHN M. JOHNSON called out, with groat damngo to the flow of eloquonce, V Wo stole it from tho Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county . subject to the acllor. ol the Democratic party. B. Indiaus." Argonaut. WAIXACE E. Stray Mulo. Th. FloronoQ HlotI. JKI I.ICO, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, 11 Prop. For Salo or Bent. first-cla- The lent hotel In the city anil the only rm wuh sample roum for drummers lispciu ntt utton lo tho traveling public Rales fi, Tas-Payor- HUFFMAN TO All c. Tho Itesult. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 3.5c. a. m. No. 5., New Orleans Express, la 17 a. m ; No. 7., Local, 11.11 p. m.; No. 9 , Blue Grass Vettibule, 840 p. M. North bound -- No. 1, v'cstibule Limited, 6.4S p. m. ; No 4., Fast Mail. 3 53 p m ; No". 6 , Chlga- go Limited, j. 17 a. m., .No. 8., 3.55 a. 111 No. to, Hlue Grass Special, 6 am. ; tSouth. a. m Trains pass Junction City as follows: bound.- - No. 1 , Vestibule Limited, ; 11.50 kp -- A MsoIafeJy mrt 5S a m. HrswrtPfr Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. royal:bakingpowder co 100 Wall St., Now York. thoroughly healthy animal life that runs riot through tho veins of tho ruddy haired. And this strong, .sentient animal hfo is what renders them moro in all their emotions than their moro lanquid fellow creatures. Tho excess of iron is also the causo of freckles on tho peculiarly clear, whito skin which always accompanies red hair. Tho skin is abnormally sensitive to tho action of tho sun's rays, which not only bring out tho littlo brown spots iu abundance, but also burn liko a mustard plaster, producing a queer, creepy sensation, aa if the skin was wrinkling up. See?" Tho city editor nodded. "Well, now, what I propose to do is this," continued tho schemer, "I'll arrange n steel barrel, with an armaturo around it connected with a 10 horsepower dynamo and mako a magnet of it that will draw tho rivets out of a boiler. into that I'll put my patient for threo hours every day, and I'll guarantee thero won't bo a sliver of iron in his system at tho end of a week. Then by keoping it up a month or 60 in smaller doses tho uair will nssumo somo other color, and thero yon nre. Ain't it a corker? Lend mo a quarter to ga out and make the first payment on my dynamo," and tho C. E. let him havo it. Detroit Fre Press. Too Absentmlmlrd. -- i- 6fti The iS.;j Tmes aro now pat due and will be collected in the hherlll's ouVe at the court house aud by special appointments as prescribed by the new revenue law Deputy Sheriff (1 P New land will be In Crab Orchard eveiy Saturday I or my deputy will be In my office at all times and at Jluttinville,Wayneburg and other points as often as advertised by Sheriffs official noln.es. 1 lie new form of SberlrVs has rend red and itimpoMible lor ut to canvass for taxes this year, aswuhaje rutetofora done; so all lases will le All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re Is a Candidate fur Sheriff or Lincoln county, subpaired lu first cuss style Plain and ornamental collected strictly in conformance to the new roc-nu- e law. Kvery ject to the action of the Democratic party. whoietas remains un Signs, Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanpud ship and price Shop on main sti'ct. over, Win. lands after November ist will find his prvpetlyor advertised without luilhcr notl.e The Dautfhnty'a blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. financial crisis which now exists makes It ab- i '"'V' """wary,I "iai not collect every dollsr of taaes. as can the Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to tho action of espect thai help from the ;vi which has heretofore caused me lo ba the democratic party lenient with the Us payers. Picas, profit by this Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: und settle at once. KeiprctfHl.y, J N MENKKKE, s L C. Having made arrangements with the Last I am now lellicoCual Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of rou Jelllco Coal Co., the lowest prepared to sell possible mar at the Democracy, gin. I find that by psylng cash and selling for P. cah I can sell much cheaper, so come and mv me anil sec how little money will buy your Winter supply ol this Cof, thu best on the market. Thanking ou for past favors and soliciting a Csll at the room and see the Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action continuance of same. am rcspeellully tours. S I) ADAMS, Rowland. of the democracy. JOHN UcNARDI J. A. GIVENS Carriage Painter .Trimmer, book-keepi- tas-paj- MINK FARMER G. W. DEHOUI) M. TO COAL BURNERS Ten-nes- THE F. EI.KIN, 0. MILLINERY. post-offi- 40-j- m Largest and BostSoloctod Stock 10 borhood. N. B. lie had told tho landlady that sho need order no meat for dinner, as ho Is a Candidate for Knew tnero was hno hshtng iu tho neigh of the Democratic Assessor, subjectlto the action party. JNO. BRIGHT D. S. CARPENTER, J. II, Green, At the we!l. known old stand ol Of Millinery In town, in bound to please you. The goods and prices arc MRS P T COURTS. Life. My. E. D. KENNEDY, boy ob Pompey'i Is a candidate for to the efice of At. sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky, JJ-O- am a ely littlo picayune," remarked democratic party. Undo Ca?Mtr darkly. "How's datr inquired tlio ierson nddresscd. 13AWSON, "It am joss dis a way," continued Undo Caesar. "I see dat bov down in Is acand'date for jailer, subject. to tbe action s'clnded corner ob do Souf lectin house the democracy. hoss sheds dis mawnin. Ho wiw standin BAILEY, wid his back to nlc, but I know his back jess liko I do his face, an I suspicioned Isacindidate for jalUr, rubjectto theactien by do way ho was stoopin down an makin the old JeffersonUn democracy. hi jaws go dat ho was 'gaged on a "I tell yo' w'at, dat Would be glad to see his numerous friends and show them hu stock of goods consisting of furniture. Saddlery, Hardware, lltiggies aud Farming Implements. Give him a call .STANFORD .. J. T. FARR1, NICIIOLASVILLK, .. Jcttamlae County, Ky , W.I. 11 of Lim?, FED AND SALE STABLE, m mat Room , j'-!"' 1 mam BIue-Gra3- agent, At John Mjncfec's new brick on Depot street, bf Farmers Uschange Ita;k, JOHN OTBLttp Owsley Building. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Drug Storo " re n p 7 eAsr : Oflice over McRoberts inthe Stanford C. D. POWSXX., GESTERAXi STOBE, LOGAN AVENUE, Stanford, . : : Kentucky t JL. J - ,- 1 vv . 1 4$? n- - "Sho, now!" ejaculated tho listener. Is "I cropo up behin him an put my han thea Candidate for Jat'er, subject to the action of Democracy sof on his shoulder, nn I ax him," 'Gib mon xasto o- dat watermillion, Gustus? W. HAYS, an dat boy turn liko ho was shot an Is a candidate lor ailer, subject to the action ot w'at do yo' pro'nostigatc?" the dciuociacV' "I gib it up," said tho listener. "W'y, it wa'n't 'Gustus, truo's yo' n HAMPTON, bom niggah! 'Twas a boy jess the size an continuations ob 'Gustus, an ho had Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action 01 a big slico ob watermilliou, sure 'miff, the dcmociacy. but 'twa'n't 'Gustus. An dat'a w'at I mean 'ooiit his bein a SAMM. OWENS, littlo nienvuno. T'ink ob him makin a fo6l ob mo dat a la a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subwayl" Youth's Companion. ject to the action of the democratic nroary. - JOHN It. MERSHON& W. of Who will at all times be glad to accommodate all with good rigs at reasonable rates. My'lluswill S meet all K. C. trains. J. W. RAMSEY, Pro'r., SPLF.NDID HAHM Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacs co Farms in tho Always far sate Ala Timber Lands in the mo tains for sale. Corrinpeiidence .elicited, .n- - For Sale Cheap Privately. Ivtllt sell privately J. H. RAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM PETER My Splendid Farm of 100 Acres, Ntuated i'i miles South of Stanford. This farm Is ma high state of cultivation and has plenty of Ml in grass but 40 acres II the best ol water the verv best of itnnriverueots W. W 11 VS, Manlord, Ky i7 tf INSURANCE AGENTS Represcntisg.. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Knr.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. Alt of which are firtt-clt- tt Companies. I would be pleated to wait on my friends iu this line. Pol. ictes promptly issued. Will Insure against torna . does, wind storms and lichtnlng Lightning ctaut. wii .anvfiri Firstiuui Auumonsi cnarge Office at National Ilaak, SUuforiJ. Aiwa ys;sein goods lower man anyone else in town New stock of Fruits every Friday. i JmZ 1 JL1 P 1 m, ss Ml A I will open on January ifilh, 189. a First-ClaDairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot ersey milk to the people of btanlord and How-an- d at the lollowiug prices, delivered: Fresh Milk, per gallon so cents Skimmed Milk, per gallon 10 cents 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon two trips dally. The patronage ot the G. a. ray 1UIM, ,tpublic is saticited. .j Stanford, Ky Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub ports tho following incident: to the action of the democratic primary. A German citizen approaching the ject window requested that a check payable to tho order of Schweitzcrcaso be cashed. "Ya, dot'n me," ho nodded'reassurini:- - It a Candidate fr Jailer of Lincoln county and asks his fi tends not to commit themselves to any ly in answer to tho teller's look of one else, as he is fined to stay at home ana work teller of a bank in New York Returning the Compliment. re- T. I). NEWLAND, T. J. HATCHER CKs2 Duroc Red Jersey Swine R. H. BRONAUCH, Crab Orchard, - THE KOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KV., IlIflnke 9i-iyr -J Noticetothe Traveling I have Public. 'Tlio Skelton Houso, Kt Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and avr in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- loocs In the State, open day and night; a night mtn meets all trains. In connection with Jiousr Otave also one of the best Mineral wells in the Matt nd for reference to water, call on Mr and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louiswlle, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In- irram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. D. E. Proctor, C II. Hraum, Mr. and Mrs T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs K. II. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greenshunc. Rates $1 per M. f'Otrey, clerk. Give me a call - W CARRIER. Prop. had Roland nello! Hero's a dollar that I "But 1 don't know that you aro Mr. didn't know I had. I'll treat Nellie to Schweitzercase. Yon mu6t get youraolf somo oystorsl identified," said tho toller. "How vas dot?" asked the German citizon, with a puzzled look. KSaSTAtyumMT "You must get somo ono to identify yon," rejieated tho bank officer. "I don't know you." "Ah, ya!" cried Hans, quite relieved, "dot's all right; IiVw't know you neidor." Texas Sittings. This remedy is becoming m well known and so Popular at to need no speci il mention All who have used Klectnc Hitlers sing the same song of praise A purer medicine does not exist and it it guaranteed to do all that it claimed. Lleclri. timers will cure all diseases of the Liver slid will remove Pimples, lloilt,Salt Khcum and other alTcitioni caiued by impure blood, will drive malaria from the system and present at well as cure all malarial fevers Par cure ol Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try h lee trie Hitters. F.ntire satisfaction guaranteed or mai.rv per bottle at A. R reiunoeu. i'rite joe and Penny's drug store Kid-nej- s, His candidacy is subject to the action ol the Drm ocratic party. Kentucky. Corret-poeden- DR. W. R PENNY DcntlHt. recen vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Office South office -- llrecdcr and shipper of thoroughbred Duroc Red Jersey Swine A tine lot ol lgs lor sale pairs e nn akin If desired, subject to r glster solicited JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. In iu 01 tide Main street, in THE OLD- - MILLINERY Store ' I : For : Sale. the dlsploy ef iau. this Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now uy charge and 1 intend to cenduct 11 to as to only maintain lis high rcm.Ullen, but to add us rang uti 01 mends. Special accoiemada. it stRirrciai travelers ssrntes. aud fine rooms for .AlFirot-Clas- o desire to tell my entire Milbnrry stock and good will ana an immediate appiKaiil tan j7-t- Saloon JACKSOIT HOTJSE, SAM II WAUNACK.Pror And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS sttschtd f JOSKPH COFFKV i ' Electrlc Blttora London, - KENTUCKY. Secure a Bargain. 1 he stock embraces everything Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners anlsawppersef the r.LNUI.SK Rentte.1 and refunushed and in every wi ypre-Kate- s pared te attend the wants of the publi very reasonable andj s'rn The Stand Is a Good One. - Original Jelllco Coal. read crossing 6 Try it Kewlartd We are mc "W I- THE .RILEY HOUSE "Como along in, dourest." pose of p rlins ol Iffinf tnld entire. I w t.l J The piece ' thc siock at rtas- liable Aguris ttivc me a nil uei your MRS. ANN1KWHAY I Rt Clt g done is bai. k of s eager .V i eager stable Alt all kinds of wagon and buggv te DKINS, pairing. G ve me Stanford, Ky HORSE-SHOEINCJI. horse-h(H-in1 11 the ssslc tenser ol TO lor "sanford Jand stieel aud rai . IIIOGINSA WATTS, DeptK tsu inn .ll P. B. RILEY.iProprlotor, Kentucky. London, - I have moved to my new Hotel land am hotter prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Fruit Trees For Sale When Ilaby was rtek, wo pave her Castorl, When slio a. ri Child, sho cried for CatorU. Yhvn she beontne JI(m, rdio cluni; to Ca.torlv When the hnd CblMreti, i4ie gpvothem Cntorla. N Commercial McKINNKY, I ! KY Hotel, The People of Stanford at 1 Good Livery attached and every convenience 0"".-FRAN- lc R1LEY. j". 131. IHILTOlsr ROWLAND, KV, DEALER IN CROCERIES, . Ori-har- At our 1 nut r arms and Nursenee one imiWj Ueti e have at fme of KidkVi1I, Lincoln louiiiv stock ol truit Trees as any man eser kandtVil, garden ready fer transplanting luto orchard this rail Orchar 'tuf Apples and Peaches will be :isirifl to imiii 1 uttomers at $ie per hundred The trees are nue, the v trieliet the bett Kvery- ining neetir'i i mate noma aurnciive ami me lor circular children happy will lie foulil hen. nddrest J A M KICK ft CO., Kingssilie, Ki 64 hate bought shore a artd have attached a iMeMttuned" Hotel ami Lincoln cnu:nv. last smmm, 1 respr ifuily during the turning caiuii use Irte hauling ad First-Clas- Bar and Pool Hooni. Use tiu I t r ,r lil.eral re.,it Ht coiUiouar Indeed I a.roiage fur I o r . Have repaired and Jrefimlstacd am welter than msr Hotel aud cl)a a' irrCParCU to J Accommodate thc Public. MANIJFAtTl'KKI) For Ike inttilsitl.iM ICE, no HARDWARE, V Has moved into his ne store vat the junction of pikes and "Cut-off- " rub the Stanford at Rowland and is now better than over prepared Co please the trade in both i II MILLUU J H. SOWDFR. To Ph.ysioian mig-stteri- Commercial Mce P W Oltr KN. Propneier. JOE CARbON. Manager. Sx?cul attention MILLER Waiter This is not a dollar, sirl It has n lady's photograph in it! Truth. & - SOWDER, STOCK. 01 OOOJ3rf, ;3?JtICJC3, Etc. He has reientlv added ureatlv to his stock ving no rent to pay ana uo loss ny oaaaeois and he can sell you goods cheaper than any body. Call aud get his prices btfrre buying 57-i- REAL -:- ESTATE Dealers and Brokers, The Worst of II. A well to do businebs man met an old - KENTUCKY STANFORD, acquaintance in his trade who had a shabby and forlorn look. Office Inunor Journal Iluilding Having purchased the "Well, well! If this isn't Jones!" ex claimed tho prosperous man. "I haven't SALE. teen yon on tho Shoo nnd Leather Exchange for a long time." Fine Of J W Ramscv, lam Increasing the stock as "1 haven't been there," answered the aud finelyHlue Grass Farm ol 333 acres on pike impruvcu. f st as.poiilble and u ill soon have it shabby man. Offered 1. Farm of 100 actes, finely Improved. "Ah, retired from business?" Parat low price "Not o.xactly; on tho contrary, busi100 acres suburban property, s;ood land, can ness has retired from mo!" Youth's be3 divided into.to .n lots; good house. Call at my .tore on Lancaster street and I will Companion. make it to your interest to trade with me COME to SEE ME. : Grocery Business PROPERTY FOR 1 1 he undersigned committee ill until Wednesday, October it, iv), reevlse staled bids fur the Delivered and Punctu-al- l pauper practice of Lincoln county fur the ensuing J car, lo be subdivided according to the old Doors 'I he finest fruit belt of New Mexico, No fall 'J he following are maximum preciiutt. ure in crops under irrigation If properly attended ' prices which will be pmd Kvery morning at the follow nig Trices to. All fruits grown in Califurnit can I u grown Stanford Precinct J150 on in New Metko. except oraiigct mid lemons. 'Iurnersville " 70 00 per acreun 10 years' tune, at For 10a pounds or over .. Land from $ii to 4oc per hundred So 00 . ... Hustonvillc " (1 per cent. Call on or address, For yspoundstoioo 4 c CrabOrch-irhundred, 10000 R. C .MORGAN, D D S., " Highland 70 00 Stanlord, Ky. For 10 to to pounds.. ir per hundred Wayni-sburie) 00 No less than 10 poundsidcllsered. Walnut I'lat " jo 00 10 K. IIKLMKIt " Hubble 50 co house llids for jail practice will be received at the same W C. VARNON, ) time Coni'tee . II COOPKK, J II. PAN'ION, J Th.o Psoos Valloy. J. ci.lid, the Ke it J,c,luiy , chemically pure, i.eiag ina.i. r.ni spring which is hiti ditlilled and then tarefully f.!l( befcre being fr.ien J l.ird. Arlitirutl Ue m la t much hHiger Ihati pond lie puLn or thole a it bx'ked tor during fwirth, an and Killithe ypar ng m so apt 10 prulute or spread Ihlt disease as impure water or Ice. fifth, u will be) reasons run. It it made by 1I1 .m 1 Regularly t your "... lr a m mm stolen. $25 KliYVAIU). New Millinory. '"" Complete in Every ticular. 3 BANK STAlsTFORD,-- W. C. HUTCHINCS. John 13. Cause For 1 hunks. Mrs. Youngwed (tearfully) Oh, John, the doctor bays that darling baby has only got one lung! Mr. Youngwed Well, my dear, all 1 can say is, considering tho awful row it makes with one lung, we ought to b deeply thankful that it hasn't got two! Tit-Bit- s. Fine Hlue Grass Farm, excellently improved, on pike, 105 acres 4. c THE JEWELER .-- - Castleman. A. G. Lanham blue grass 6. A Farm of ii acres, near R. R. station. land; smalt tenant house. Gooi '' " My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Just re il, 18)3, a liurse, Iluck-boaand harness wetesmicn from my stable in '", '"t"U "f """ a Chesnut Sorrel, Stanford, Ky The Horse Is a'lout ten cars old, white in face, about 15,4 hands high, while feet, bad wind pulf on right liind leg; .ALL OF THE NOVELTIES rather thin 111 order. I he lluckboard has side bar springs, red running gear with black body Of the siasmi, of which she will hate lull control. The butch collar harness nearly new. one aim cilgagiij a 1 will givo f jj reward for recovery of the prop M F KLK1N, crty. Firt-Olas- s Dress-Make- r. Stanford, Ky. ji On the night ot August rd iin'.'irracrng''" ROYAL Insurance BARBEE Commerce farm of Jio acres; mokerately improved and well located near pike. Offered at a grett bargain. Blue Grass farm of lalrly Improved. 7. 8 to 12. i 13s Stock Most Complete Call and examine my stock of Millinery before hurlrig and leave your order for your dresses. J hanking you for past favors we solicit same. J MARY DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. JAMES VKAGKR. THOMAS YEAGKR. acres, on pike. Is Company Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit purchasers. acres of knob land witn un pike, iYi miles from Stanford. Thirtv-tw- o OFSLIVERPOOL. & CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,; Reassuring. "I've taken Brouson's house for th winter. Yoo'td lire, how is tha 1 gMM. I occupied th house for th inrnmnr, and we wer warm aa could bo." Vogusj. house. YEAGER & YEAGER, furnacer "All right, thr; acre fine farm with excellent 17. Ninety-thre- e null, duelling and other improvements, on pike, 4 miles from Stanlord. 18. Splendid villige farm, orchard, store, &c, at a great bargain, desired 11 . "BMSBSBtBtv'.' Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. A Nevlce. f at Farm of 160 acres, good land, on pike. A good bargain at $J,5'0. Easy terms, iiuick sale &mlT&LLJftr sL umi mi m AVi. .0Ba. SlLVERVWtf -- m .tabu II oust firtl-clast STANFORD, KY. Wejare In our new stable in the .Opera Blocktand are well supplied with w. TSIBBLE, Local Ajtnt, iSTANFORD, KY. A Britiak ferantr on board a steamer, suffering a good from the rolling, said to a friend: "This capt'n don't Lis butiiiess. Why don't ht koeu in the furrows?" Arjronaut. dl l.arze blue er.ss farm. capable of division Into smaller farms. Desirable In every partiou lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. IS- - acres property-tffor 'or exchange Kansas.Kentuckylocated. Well good o Und in ATRock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair Jesso Thompson's Barker Shop, work. One call will convince you There are three ol the best Ilsrbers the Slate There are also excellent Hath Roems run in conthat this is the place to trade. nection. Agent lor Lexington Steam 111 ;new rigs and:horses Have been purchased and notblngbut uraouts will leave the stable. Laundry. Give them a Call. i.