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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893102001 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. . ' f -- rt ; - v "ri-i I. Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXL WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FBIDA. OCTOBER 20. ROWLAND. ed 1893. NO. 67 Court of Claim Id tn setsion tire wcok. Dr. A. Gatliir nnd Mr. J. T. Freeman wero in Louisville Monday. Dr. F. W. Finley nrnl bride arrived bI homo last Thursday night. Editor J. D. Henry, of the Herald, nnd family are in Chicago thin week. Col. Thomtia O'Mara is building n ne.wcpttago on tho corner near hia reBi- -' Tiring of County Fairs, tho Businessman-ngerTrlc- s ' IheOiflOno. Ciiicauo, Oct. 18. "Beware of Confidence Men, Pickpockets and Satchel Thioves!" A placard bearing theso words was tho first thing I saw when 1 alighted from the Morion train in Chicago Sunday morning nnd I was so with tho words of warning that I repeated them over and over again during my Btay in tho windy city. I ilento. Gen. Green Clay Smith and wife, of was not fearful of having my pockets Washington I). 0., nro visiting their picked for save a return ticket and a complimentary ticket to tho observatory daughter, Mrs. J. L. Whitoliend. Rev. John M. I'reHtidgo arrived last on tho Masonic Temple tho highest Friday aftornoon and began hia pastoral business building on earth they wero Jistreflsingly empty. I :had a satchel, work at the Baptist church Sunday. II. II. Robinson, of New Liberty, but it was bo thin and lank looking that will begin a protracted meeting at the I feared not that tho Chicago "slick duck" would relievo me of it, but thoso Christian church Tuesday, tho 21th. confidence men, of whom my good Cards aro out announcing tho Lyding and MIbs friend, Mr. Jim Ed Bruce, had told me. wero constantly on my mind. They had Mattio Moore ou Tuesday, Oct. 24th. on Mr. Bruco and beof thla place, made a water-hau- l Mr. 0. K. DoLorler, Howard, of Corbin, ing from his town I naturally supposed and Miaa Mannio they wero looking for mo. Thank the wero married at thu bride's homo Oct. Lord, I was not bothered though and I 11th. attribute my good luck not a littlo to Tho stockholders of tho Whitley County Fair Association mot laat Mon- - Mr. Bruco'B experiouco with tho rascalp, dav mid elected directors aud J. M. El who wero trying to rob him of his cattlo on a thousand hills. lison, president, K. 0. Watkius, Well, 1 have seen tho World's Fair, or and 0. H. Keeton secretary that is as much as I could seo in the and treasurer. Miss Bella Huguely, of lUchtuoud, limited time of threo or four days, and E. C. W. la visiting her brother, K. M. Huguely. am perfectly willing to join in tho old song that "Tho half has never been Mr.W. C. French, of Richmond, and litllo HUSTONVILLE. daughter, Bottle, spent Saturday and told." I don't mean in these jottings to Rev. W. W. Bruco is moving Into toll tho more than remaining half, bo Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Huguely. 1 only wish it was in his cozy domicile tho parsonage. 1 o'clock don't bo uneasy. On laat Sunday night-a- t Tho protracted meeting conducted Finley was my power to tell our readers what a big the residence of Hon. II. F. by Rev. Yancey continues to grow in infound to bo on flru and too far under thing tho fair is, but this feeblo and lowly pen would falter even in nn at terest. headway to bo put out. Mott of the Our town is on a boom. Tho prinwas saved, but in a badly dam tempt at a description of it. I have walked from early dawn till cipal thoroughfare is being graveled a aged condition. It is supposed a rat gnawing a late at night since I have been here and much needed improvement. must bavo sot it atlro by Mrs. Samuel Reid was taken suddenI have not even been in all the build-ingmatch as it was found burning between to say nothing of tho innumerable ly ill yesterday morning, caused by a setho weather boarding and tho plastering. vere cold and constant coughing, The loss is estimated at from 1,000 to exhibit that I have not nor. will not James Fryo is erecting a new storesee. I have seen and Been till my oyea Judge Finley $0,000. No insurance. an hour be- aroBoreand I doubt not that I haven't house on the lot adjoining Weatherford's had loft for Louisville about neon n tenth. There's no use in talking drugetore. Who will be the next to fore tho tiro was discovered. about seeing all, its tho next thing to an display an interest In our town's welI.noticod somo weeks ago a comImpossibility and thu person who tells fare? ment upon an article taken from tho Tildeu Cook, ono of the employes of you ho has Is either sadly mistaken or is Whitley County Herald, which said our the I. J. office, was homo Sunday to see prevaricating. jail was empty. You said the ronson of At night tho grounds are lovely, far his folks. We congratulate him on his from this was that one or more prisoners beyond my power to express. Light as rapid advancement in tho art of type this county wore iu tho Stanford jail for setting. I thffik, Mr. Editor, if day nnd the marblo whiteness of tho Tho newestand most worthy idea buildings reminds ono of what ho has you will investigate, you will find you now agitating our council is in regard to Sam Mcllarguo may rend about, "The Land that Is Fairer the purchasing of tho gasoline are mistaken. lamps, Day," but this thought docs not have been there at tho time, but ho was than remain long when he thinks about his formally used by Stanford, to light our tried and Bunt there from Kuox county city. being in tho Sodom of Chicago. It is and not from Whitley. Our jail is safo well Tho West End Fishing Club sent a worth one's time to spend a night and wo do not Bend prisoners nway delegation to VanMeter's pond yestor-d- ay in tho Electrical Building. Tho adprotect them from a mob or to sein for nowlights for tho purpose vancements made in electricity aro clearrather to prevent tho necosslty of having ly shown ami ono does not hesitate to of stocking their fishing ground on Whitmen killed in defending them. say that they havobeen greater than iu Green River. and Whitley county juries ley county Tho calaboose h us received a new any other ono thing wo know of. have-triemen from almost every one coaioi paint or whitewash on tho outit wouhl also bo au interesting week's of tho neighboring counties and have work to visit ihuStatu buildings; at least side. This job waa accomplished by seldom been condemned for being too a week would k. be required to go through ono of its familiar inmates, Goorgo lenient in an onforcomont of tho law them all George preferred the outaide decand carefully examine tho exThe people of thu outaido world think hibits in each. Having hoard our State oration. the mountain people of Kentucky aro building frequently Mr. Samuel Reid left for Louisville spoken of in unfas "ml barbarous anyway and wo certainyeeterday to attend a meeting of the vorable terms I was tho more anxious to ly should have credit for all the good sae iu It does not to me seem a discred Masonic ordur. On Thursday a party that is justly due uh. It to the "Old Kuintuck," and it is not so from liBro will join him and proceed to tho World's Fair. Stay close to him bad after nil. DAMVILLE. boyn; fun in thocump. Mrp. Jenuie Car i no .Midway nuisance is an interest (Advocate.) ing place, but it tnkos money to see what penter, Misses Hiinio Powell, Mae Lo Ralph, little hou of Winileld Soolt, is The prices for tho various Logan, Bertie Enoch and Katie Baugh-mat- i there. died of diphtheria nnd there are several returned .Saturday from Chicago. amuseineutM and sights aro from 10 to 60 other cases in town. cents and in pome cases is money well Ono of thu greatest misfortunes atTho directors of the Central Ken- spent, but as a general thing you pay tending legislation, both Statu and Natucky Carriage Company declared nn pretty high (or what you see. Col. W. tional, is the failuro dividend of 7 per cent, upon the to make adequate annual F. Cody, more familiarly known as "Bu' provision for the publication of the laws capital Block of !5,000. falo Bill," is a great drawing card. Ho by which tho people aro to bo governed. Mr. aud Mrs. A. K. Hundley were is notiu tho Midway or even iu the Fair illMonttiB after adjournment a few copies called to Missouri Saturday by tho Grounds, but is close by and gives a of the general statutes are placed in the ness of their littlu daughter, Martha, who splendid show. Life on the frontier is hands of public Mrs. M. U. oillcials and thu clerk's with hor went very vividly pictured and one feels that ollices, which only a few aro enabled to McAlister. he has learned something when ho has seo and not ono in a hundred of those A disastrous accident was narrowly seen his performance, who are supposed to bo Interested In averted. 'Anderson Carr, the colored Sitting around iu tho lobby oi the legislation know anything about tho horseman from Stanford, was driving Palmer House, Sunday evening, an ex- matters aU'ecting e and when about toward tho their interests or tho cellent looking man c.imo iu, dressed in rights of the public opposite tho Citizeoa Bank his horse begeuerally. This is what I would call faultless attire and forcibly illustrated in the new revenue came unmanagablo and started out at a took a Beat not far from mo. He wore law that Imposes a penalty of 0 per cent, dead run. Carr's buggy struck a farm was up- diamonds galore aud wbb clad in tho on nil taxes that aru unpaid on the 1st of and wagon at jho best of purple and fine linen. In fact he November. As no notice of tho set, but Carr cluug to tho reins with imprepsed metoeuch an extent that I of this law has been given to tho wonderful nerve, Btopping the horso kept my eyes upon him for some time people the injustice of its enforcement finally, after being dragged around conaud later on asked who ho was. I ivas is apparent to all. It is hardly neces-narsiderably. Nothing was broken. surprised when I was told that he was a to say that tho frightful condition of Peter Gentry bought in Mercer and barber in the Palmer House shop and tho finances of tho d Washington counties 185 head of country has rendered on Monday 1 went to that elegant place it dillicult for farmers to realize anything feeders at from 3 to 3J. J. 0. to boo for myself. There ho was, what I upon their crops or for men gonorally td Johnson bought in this and adjoining thought to bo the day before to bo a meet their obligations; bnt this only if-counties in tho past few weeks 1,000 senator or posibly au presidont, lustratea more forcibly the gross injushogs at prices ranging from C to 5Jc. Ho Hbaving away. I got him to try his tice done to of cattlo to Cincinnathe people in failing to apshipped a hand on me and can recommend him aa prise them of what they wero required ti, bought hereaboutfl at 3 to 3Jc. I. S. being an artist in his line. Verily to do and then compelling sold his wheat to George Cogar, them to pay a Tevis things are not always what they seem. bushelH, at 5Se. J. II. Baughman penalty for what is really tho fault of 1,010 I was a littlo disappointed in the dismen who made tho law. It is true Bold Bowen Fox a bunch of play of horse stock, but I attribute that the that tho presumption is that all men ahoats at $ to the fact that I came from the home of know tho law; but this, under existing Mrs. Roacco Conklingdied Wodnea- tho finest on earth and was probably exconditions, la as far fetched as it is unpecting too much. Tho Clydesdale, The imports of merchandise into the Norman and other draft horses aro fine true. If the Legislature bad been hold United States during September show n specimens of their especial tribes, but in tho Mammoth Cave and a guard decieace of $21,100,202 as compared with then I do not greatly admiro that kind. placed at its entrance to prevent ingress September of laat year. Thoro was an Thoroughbreds and trotters are a little or egress by which its proceedings could be known to the outside world, it could increano of $7,0S4,25d tn exporw ior mo scarce at the Fair. scarcely present a more ridiculous showm There is no trouble about getting to At last the bond of Harmon & Hubing than this in referonce to the publithe Fair, but if you wait until tho crowd bard, who have contracted to take, the cation of the now revenue bill. output of the State's penitentiary cbnir is leaving at night you may find it a little difficult to get back to your hotel. J. K. Polk, a brother of W. H. Polk, factory, has been received, approved and I had novor until I came to Chicago tho contract, and tho Lexington newspaper Wed. This closeB the w go ahead , put in tho roach-iner- had to pay for a programme, but it is man, waB fouud dead in the Cherokee State must no the rulo here both at tho Fair and in Strip half eaten by wolves. and proceed to make the chairs. vice-presidofur-nitu- town. In Kentucky tho show men are too glad to have you road their llteraturo, but hero It is different. It is 5 to 10 conta or you got no programme. I went to see the great spectacular play, "America," at the Auditorium, but as I did not havo n $10 Beat I saw very little of it. What I did get a glimpso of was grand though and far exceeded any spectacular bIiow I had over seen. Tho hundreds of women in It wero like as many fairies and none that I saw wero disfigured with tho big feet that Chicago women aro charged with having. Ab a bit of advice to thoso who havo not been to the Fair and anticipate going, I would suggest that they carry as little baggago as possible, put ou heavy underwear and supply themselves fairly well with filthy lucre. Theso Chicagoans aro not hero for their health. On arriving at tho Foir take a ride around the grounds on the Intramural railway and get familiarized with the surroundings uuu nucu lUIOIOUUUU you Will leel BB easy in the. grounds as you would in your own town. Theso few tiresome paragraphs are not intended as a deacription of tho great World's Fair, but wero jotted down at my leisure moments and I trust our readers will not censure mo for taking tho space that might havo been need for moro'interesting matter. s, f safe-keepin- g. Bal-doc- M. 0. Vnndoveer, who lost his residence by fire last Monday, lias moved to this city. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. J. W.Adams and Eph Woods ship-po- d five car loads of stock from here to 1893. Ciucinnati tho other day. Wm. L. Murphy, a brakeman on the Full corps of Conservatory nnd Normal School teachers. Superior course la Literature, Music and K. C. branch of tho L, & N., is at home An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application suffering from a mashed hand. J. W. Carrier went to Nashville Tuesday to testify in the U. S. Court, in an action against tho L. & N. railroad for the killing of a man at Corbin, some time ago. DANVILLE, KY. Nim Sinkhorn, a nephew of Mrs. The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. Georgo Pope, was found near May wood, With a full Instruction Monday, about 10 o'clock, In an uncon- cially adapted course of study, both English and Classical. Whllo tho course olthe same time Is toespeto prepare young men for the Freahiun Class, it is intended at furnish a liberal English education to any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, scious condition, with a bad bruise on liia back, also on his head and face. He A has not recovered sufficiently to tell Has been established in the Home nnd under the personal cont.ol tf the Principal. Regular study who did it and tho whole occurrence is haurs under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government oi a Christian home are combined with the beat educational advantages. enveloped in mystery. For further particulars in regard 'o board, tuition, etc , addrrss Ib a mistake about Judge Shelton It JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. turning over the emoluments of the pobtofilco to Judge Cordier. The truth ia Shelton only gives half of the receipts and by this means is enabled to get something out of it; while, before the change the hire and board of a clerk and value of room exceeded the profita. Cordier is tho only man here whose business would justify tho taking of tho office as clerk for part ot the profita. , And prices to suit the times. We now have an It behooves every democrat to bo at work iu tho senatorial contest, since Miller has opposition and we know him to be altogether worthy to fill tho place. It is generally known that Judee John Chappell and some of his friends are dissatisfied over a past political contest, but we have too much confidence In the judgment and democracy of those men to believe that such a Btato of things will Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, continue to the end. When the race is Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. over let us havo a big Layout of disappointed voters. Quite a crowd of our yflung people went out on u chestnut hunt a few days ago. They took basket loads of delicious food aud the dinner spread was highly enjoyed. Excellent music was furnish ed on the violin and guitar by Mr. Frank Martin and Miss Gertrude Baker. Chestnuts were abundant and the day Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. Don't fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. will be remembered as one of the happiest of their lives. The young ladies wero Misses Mary Munday, Jennie and Carrie Seigel, Lucy Anderson, Eva Dishon, Mary and Annie Ashlock. The young men wero Messrs. Ed Seigel, Mike Munday, Tom Martin and John Chappell. .FOR, Elijah T. Pence is preparing to fence oil five acres of his laud for tho purpose of raising skunks. He claims that they increase bo rapidly and the hides nre so valuable aa to make It the most profitable enterprise in the country. Tho ob ject is to build a close plank fence, live feet high and running two feet under the ground, to provent them from burrowing out. lie wants 400 to begin with and claims fhat they will produce 1,000 every nine weeks, the bides of which, at a low estimate, would average CO cents each, amounting to SSOO in that time, or about S4.S0O a year on that quantity of land. Hayden Shanks has been employed to butcher the cats and Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. AdMr. prepare tho hides for market. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. Pence is to ho congratulated on his new and bright prospects. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department NEW : 600DS , BEST , stock: ?WWBB KFfi a.n SEVERANCE & SON. Fancy Bncerin Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches.Fryits, &c, CALL ON THE R ZIMMER BAKER. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. LIBERTY. Misses Bertha Elliott, Dollio Whipp aud Mr. M. K. Humphrey started on Monday to witness the closing scenes of FARRIS & HARDIN, -- Dealers In- - the World's Fair. grand-mothe- court-hous- court-hous- e exis-tonc- o y 1,300-poun- ex-vi- car-loa- d 100-poun- d well-know- n y Aaron Kdriugton, of color, who has been dodging for some time, having a $10 tine against him for selling liquor waa caught at this rilace on Saturday night by Deputy Sherifl Young and lodged in jail. A republican convention was held hero on ladt Saturday, presided over by SeeOur Large and Splendid Line Of X)t. I. 0. Dye, with James Gibony sec rotary, in which delegates were appointed to tho senatorial district convention, which was held in Stanford on Wednesday, the ISth, and instructions were given to caBt Casey's vote for Jesse 0 Lay, of this county, for State Senator' Died, near this place on the Oth inst., Mrs. Ellen Smith, wife of B. Green Smith, after much suffering from conThe At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the gisumption and stomach trouble. d d and evening beforo she died she told her ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the manufacturers and importers are dumping their productsas husband, relatives and friends that she was ready, willing and prepared for fast as they can, which means that prices are now being death and calling ber husband to her side, said to him: "You have been a good husband and you must never for get me." She was a member of tho and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and Baptist church. Her funeral was Right and left, sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that preached at Middleburg. I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. goods, rotten Tub Casey County Medical Society They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hanmauufac-turermeets in Liberty next Monday, 23d. All with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the reputable ethical physicians are invited. prices and see the goods. All the standard brands Read these Professional ignorance, envy, timidity, of Calicoes at $c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes delay, dirt, indolence and whisky habit Si, worth 1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c and not medical .and surgical skill kill worth $1. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth S1.25. Ladies' Button people. The day of the ignorant mid- Shoes worth Si. 50. The largest and best selected stock of 90c, wife, tho medical pretender, incompe- Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line tent graduate is over. They are conspic- of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. uous for their absence at medical sociCome early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, eties and loafers on tho streets are at par value with scandal mongers and play "put a nicklo in the Blot." J. G. 0. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. HE HARD TIMES ARE OVER panic-scarreovr-loade- ILAUGHTEJMJEB d s. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. ,- - , . , - .Hi i wounded near Jacksboro by Doputy United States Marshal J. N. McGheo Robert Cash, of Bontouvillo, Ark, ? met death in a most horrible manner.. He fell across a saw while it was in motion. His body waB cut almost comThe governor is made the Court of pletely in two and head was split open. Appeals in cases where tho State board Although it has been announced of health refuses a certificate to a physi- that the World's Fair would bo finally DEMOCRATIC TICKET. cian. Several cases have been present- closed October 30, it is now given out For State Senator, d ed to him, but so far he has not that "visitors in hacks" will bo admitted its action. to tho grounds for an indeunito period his authority to reverso HON. W. Those who have been refused certifi- after that date. For Representative, cates will continue to practice and take FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. theirlcases to tho court that was organwo ized to pass upon appeals. Bush bought in Moutgom-erKidd A. We Superintendent of Public Scnools, 210 cattle at 4 to 4 Jc. hearing someSenator Blackburn is McCLARY. W. A fow red.boars.for sale. Apply at thing drap. He claimed that Kentucky onco to J. E. Bruce, Stanford. was at his back in his position against R. II. Uronaugh sold to M. F. Elkin Wubnevek a candidate for Federal the repeal of tho Sherman law, but he a pair of his Duroc pigs for $20. loud office geta left he r'9es a howl bo knowB better by this time. Petitions J. S. Owsley, Sr. sold to Pony Bear.-leand long that those who do not take the from all over the State are being for Lehman 30 export cattlo at 4j. time to investigate think ia participated to him to chango his course. It Geo. Davis, wholesale dealer in peain by all the world and the rest of man- oughtn't to take a house to fall on Joo to nuts at Petersburg, Va., has failed with kind, while in reality the disappoint-e- i Goods, only kicker. Un- mako him understand. nubilities of $30,000. man is about the majority of cases he is E. P. Wools bought somo extra fortunately in the NEWSY NOTES. hogs of C. M. Jones at 6.12J. A larpo too ready to howl and think that the Tho loss of life in tho storm on the number have changed bauds at 5J.- country is going to the demnition bowlakes last week is 40 souls and property J. R. McClary sold to J. W. Adams wows because it has been deprived of of 5075,000. feeders at 3c. of the Imnch of his valuable services. Apropos Mrs. Lucy Stone Blackwoll, the well' also bought 7 head of same disappointed, Gen. Grant Mr. Adams howls of the known woman suffragist died at Dorches from J. F. Rigney at 3c. relates an incident in his book. When yourter, Mass., aged 75. to E. W. Leo bought of W. M. Lackey a young soldier ho was located away out Mrs. O. O. Dallas was burned to by do we at 3c. Same 22 cattle, 1,160 pounds, on the frontier and one dreary night, death at her home in Carlisle by htr sold to Thompson, of Garrard, 22 head, when church yards yawned and wolves skirts catching fire. pounds; at samelpricu. sent up their most unearthly howl, the has been 1,130 A Commissioner-Genera- l : : apparently unusually dem latter were appointed and offices already opened to LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. onstrative. It seemed to the embryo make preparations for the next World's A. URBANSKY, warrior that the whole stock of wolves Chestnuts aro ripe and plentiful. Fair at Paris in 1900. Dan Lovell has 17 peoplo to take in that section had congregated and were The Treasury Department's reports of behind the bars of the jail. howling in unison. "How many do you show that for the nine months onding care Mrs. Bettie Moses has had a relapse the bitter feeling engendered by their suppose there are in the pack ?" asked a Sept. 30 our imports exceeded our exserenades. "I man accustomed to such and is no better. Jessie Barton's daugh- !... ..nnvi.nilnn in nominate a candidate ports by f22.221.-140- . ondan- also has a serious caso of typhoid fo- - in. Mi.nii' Biiniirintnniltnt was have no idea," replied the narrator, "but Amos Desssmore, the inventor of a ter of P. II. Taylor, have gering tho election . should judge not less than -- o and possi. .. . .1... Ul..t.. t typewriter and other mechanical con- ver. Hcacquartcrs for bly 50." Let's go and see," said the naP. F. Stilling and bride have arrive d tendered tnu nomination mr mu whd trivances, died in New York from can defeated tive. They went and lo and behold and have taken rooms at tho Riley Senatorship to J. C. Lay, tho cer of tho face, aged 69. school i. .!.,. j liliiuiuniu, . Xr Inv U. n there were but two, and they were House. .. ...l.. nl il.u nnmmnnHAt kind Hlld WO Robert Fitzaimmons, tho champion Mrs. George W. Baker and Mrs. J. small, common, every day wolves at authorized his at that. The incident was not recalled by middleweight fighter, his behalf any D. Pitman were called to the bedside of doubt very much if he would ever h.io on with th the general till he was elected to the torneys to challenge world. their dying brother, Heniy Parsley, on been thought of in connection middleweight in the Of all kinds. The most complete line of for tho Senato had not the pari y raco highest office in the gift of the people Raccoon, Saturday. Five persons were killed, two were of Pittsburgh, been In jeopardy. Of course the lenders Mrs. M. J. Culler, and then when defeated candidates others were sen wn thn lnnntin asvlum Still- - iu offering him the nomination had no would raiso a mighty howl and try to fatally injured and three . though someriously hurt at Emingtou, 111., by tho dav w. f .. uiuK make him believe that be had commithvShenil Jas. .1. i'lureu, t.A..Mnl thought of electing him, premature explosion of dynamite. bo done, and it was necesthing had to ted an unpardonable party mistake, he been adjudged insane Saturday. is supLizzie Thompson, who, in a fit of Mr. Sam B. Warnack has been ap- - sary to do it quick, too. And it thought of the two wolves that had Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. near jealousy killed Maggie Purvis, if ho makes posed that tho leaders thought that Mr. made night hideous on the occasion in nointed town marshal aud regard tho Owingsville, and her baby, born in jail enough to question and did not let the matter as good a one as ho has deputy sheritr! Lay wonld bo silly honor, however empty, as worth more him. When you hear a man have been received at tho penitentiary. the town will bo faithfully served. disturb superintendThe steamer Wockken,of Cleveland, abusing the president and the CongressThn members of the Baptist church than tle office of county foundered on Lake Erie, near Long gavo an oyster supper Saturday night, ent Mr. Lay is not the man wo have man from his district because he failed gale, and 13 persons if ho hIIowo for thn niimose of raising money to as heretofore regarded him to get office, put him down as a sore- Point, in the recent beI want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, of their now himself hoodwinked in that way. if he has were drowned, only three of the crew head, ready to leave his party sist in tho completion and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. encouragement, and pay no at- ing saved. the least church. BRODHEAD. Maurice Edmonde Patrice Maurico Marriage license have .been issued tention to his howls. Generally speakLadies' watches former price $$0 now $40.00; MacMahon, Marshal of the French Eming, the man who get tho appointment to the following parties during the Mr. David Hurt was held up by a Ladies' watches former price $35 now $27.00; pire and President of the French Repub- month of October: D. D. Elam and E. has as many friends or more 'than he roober aud relioved of his coat and .$1. lic, is dead. He was both a soldier aud Ladies' watches former price $25 now $17.50. and Louisa A.Roberts, B. L. Watkins and in the long run they wiil assert He had f 45 on his person, but succeeded themselves. A democrat for reveuue a statesman. Webb, Green Dunaway and Jane Delph, in dropping tho purse by tho roadside. Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the Senator Vest, who has been circulat- E. L. Philpot and Barbara Lockard, Alonly, who thinks this great country can through with him tho robing a call for a Democratic Senatorial exander Marion aud Bettie Whitt, Fred After he got not get along without him, is not worth get, and ho left thu : : to consider the silver question, Garland and Alice Robins, John Meyer ber told Mr. Hurt to hell room, if we may appropriate an ele- caucus scene faster than tho passenger train. A of a majority gant expression from Sam Jones, and has secured the signatures and Mary Fischter. This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. posse failed to find the rascal. of the Democ ats. Since my last letter the most importhe sooner ho goes over to the other side correspondent left home Mou-da- y Your J. G. Hubbell, for several years tant trials that hare come before tho the better for all concerned. in company with J. G. Carter and bookkeeper of the Phtenix Hotel Com- Laurel circuit court have been as folJonas McKenzie, of Mt. Vernon, Joseph The republicans have made a nomina- pany, of Lexington, has been appointed lows: Mrs. Jane Thompson, for barn gkokok'h. I'KEwitt. Sowder, of Brodhead, and Emmett H. U. KING. The burning, tion for the Senate in this district and Hank Examiner for Kentucky. hung jury; W. R. Stephens was Burton, of Level Green, to attend tho judging from the speeches of the leaders place pays $5,000 per year. given two years by a jury for breaking Lodgo of MaMorris J. Jones refuses to trot Alix into Wallace GofTs store; Thoa. Tharp OJth session of tho Grand at the convention, they evidently beGrand Master J. Speed lieve that their man has moro than a against Pixley, but will match Alix pleaded guilty to the samo offense and sons atLouisvillo. an appropriate addresH MORELAND, KY., fighting chance and will use their ut- against either Nancy Hanks, Stamboul was given one year; W. S. Baxter for Smith delivered and the children of tho Masonic Homo We have opened up a nice line ot most endeavor to elect him. The dis- or any other horse owned or controlled killing his uncle, John Baxter, was givgave a creditablo display. At 3 30 tho trict ia close, but if the democrats will by parties challenging him. magnifien 21 years. same night tho beautiful and Fire in Owonton destroyed 25 builddi their duty and quit themselves like e. The amount allowed by tho Laurel Lodge was ded men, Hon. W. H. Miller will be triumph- ings, embracing two blocks. Tho Ex- county court of claims is $5,577.58. The cent hall of Pieston . antly elected as he should be. There is change Hotel was burned,together with biggest single item allowed outside of no comparison between him and Mr. the livery stable, leaving the town with the amount going to the county officers, AFFAIRS. CHURCH We arc daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we are marking Lay. Our nominee is fully equipped to neither a hotel nor a stable. was a claim of Alcorn & Craft for $600 as take down lower than ever. A W. Crawford will N..v The bill providing that proof of loy attornayB in the celebrated Seminary do good work for his constituents, havalty during the civil war shall not be case. The poll tax this year will be $1.50, charge of tho church at Paint Lick. ing had great experience and being a Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you Rev. I. S. McElroy has been mado money. man of excellent capacity. Mr. Lay necessary in auy application for county 25 cents of which ia for building a new tho Kenmay bo a very good school teacher, but land, when the applicant is otherwise on-- t jail. In addition to this 25 cents on tho chairman and evangelist of Jtay We arc opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. Evangelistic work at a tucky Synodical tied thereto, passed the House. all school teachers are not statesmen and We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. hundred dollars wortli of property is salary of Sl.SOO. The Salem, Iqd., White Caps, who a9 he would bo of the impotent minorilevied, 8J cents of which is to be applied holding & Elder James W. Harding is ty, he could do us no servico. The re- so brutally whipped Mrs. Dalton, have on the new jail. It will bo builtof etono a protracted meeting at Winston, Estill for him, however, been sentenced to the penitentiary. Her publicans will vote and the sight selected is on Sublimity from, had even if he had no qualification for the husband and his brother, who led tho street, two squares from tho court- county, and when last heard Richmond Climax. 20 additions. ! ! Let the democrats gang, go up for five years each. office whatever. : on tho property next to Mrs. Tho word "its" is not to bo found in John D. Hamilton's two grandmoth- house, However, tho jail may never be stick as closely together and all will ba verwell. We appeal to Lincoln county prs had each eleven children. His wife's built as tho matter will have to bo sub- tho first editiou of tho King James been has democrats to go to work and see that tw) grandmothers had each fourteen mitted to a vote of tho peoplo according sion of tho Bible, 1611, but Clocks, $2.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks 75c. Walnut an& Oak Eight-DaMr. Hamilton has twelvo livBiibstituted for "his" in the edition of is thei full party's children. Mr. Miller's majority constitution. Prices knocked silly on to tho new 1653. strength. He has received the official ing and ono dead. Richmond Climax. Rev. T. P. Dudley.Jr., writes to tho The bill of Representative Cox, o; MIDDLEBURG. Bjal of the party and as such deserves as Tate's Creek Association that he has bapbetter control of naTennessee, for tho well as merits the support of every Jack came in earnest Sunday night. tized 30 converts since he has been in tional banks, waB passed by the House. J. G. Russell bought of Wm. Cloyd heathen India and that ho is much It places restriction upon the loaning of 20 good ewes at $3 per head. pi i s :d and encouraged in tho work. The man", Lay, whom the Casey coun money to officers or employes of a bank. And anything in my line. Don't forget the place, The next teachers' association will Senator Morgan, in a speech in the ty republicans have nominated for the Poplar Hill, Saturday, OctoMUSIC" "OTES. Senate, would never have been thought Senate, refered to Senator Hill, of New be held at 21. of for tho position, but ho was defeated York, as an "astute politician with a con- ber folks from this M. Charles Gounod, tho great comA party of young the other day for school superintendet t science so easy that he could change his Dlflco went chestnut hunting Sunday. Of poser, is dead at Paris. Come and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash and has since been very sore over tho opinion ns his political necessities might course they didn't find any. Xikita, a now star of tho first uiBgni-tudwith you. w ty it was accomplished. It was report require." has been delighting Chcago audi Rev. J. Q- Montgomery ciosuti a Richard Pennistan, who drew a half ed that he had threatened to bolt, so in night. on :m. meeting on Brush Creek Friday ordur to placate him, this thin. mess of million in the Havana lottery and in- Ho organized a church over there with A physical advantage of staging is. pcttage is thrown to Lun. If Mr. Lay is vested $200,000 of it in a BluograeH stock 43 members. the unusually lino speaking voico of exwise in hiB day and generation ho will farm near Lexington, died in a PennsylM. Allen aud J. II- - Uulf perienced vocalintH and vocal toRchers. Profa. J. not permit the wool to be pulled over vania homo for superannuated and imand V. R. Coleman attended tho teach It is very rare Indeud that an habitual pecunious actors. his eyes in such a fashion. at Liberty Saturday. J. singer has u poor Hpuaking voico, which The McCrearv bill amending the ers' association M. Durham is in Louisville this week is only natural, where tho vocal organs Heguino pardon of the knowledgeous Geary act was passed by the House, the - MY Wesley and have been highly trained, cultivated, youth who runs the Kentucky depart-aun- t vote by tellers being 178 to 1. The most buying goods. Dr. James up trom uuerty developed. and Bud Giboney camo of the Louisville Post, wo deny important feature of the bill is that exTne recently announced theory of to see their best girls. allegation contained therein. Our tending for six months the time nllowed tho woods are already full of candi Dr. Antonin Dvorak that tho negro The Wend Laurie Blakely, late of the Now-po- the Chinese to register. for the various songs of the Southern States should form Unfortunately for tho good of tho dates (all republicans) Journal, is) made to speak most dis Goods are- 'filled a year hence. tho basis of the yet undeveloped nation-respectfully of us. He may have refered country, Mr. Samuel Bennett, of West rountT offices to ba county clerk and it is American school of music has created to us as "old man Walton," and as a Virginia, whoso wife has just given There are live. for Raines is out for coun- - considerable comment, though possibly matter of fact often did in his paper, but birth to her 20th sou, all of whom are said Judge W. G. us boys tho idea would not havo been considered he is too gentlemanly a man to speak of alive and hearty, is a republican. This tv indue. They seem to thlnK of much importance had it emanatod no say so in tho matter. his worst enemy in the wav the Post al- is an infant industry tbnt should not be will have republican leaders seeing tn.u from a musician of leas eminonco. The leges. encouraged. Gov. McOreaby nearly always gets what ho goes after. Tho president wanted an amendment to tho Chinese expulsion law and recognizing that distinStanford, Ky., Ocronnn 20, 1803 guishing trait of our excellent Congressman, he made known his wishes. The governor went to work and tho result W. P. WALTON. was the passage of the amendment by a voteof 179 to 1, practically unanimous. No other Kentucky congressman could have scored puch a victory. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A fire which broke out on tho West Side in Now York, Wo.lnesday, burned over two squares. The loss will probably reach 51,500,000. "Bub" Lindsiy, tho noted desperado of east Tennessee, was shot and mortally Say, Then : Are Yon : Ready Fall Suit, light or heavy Overcoat, tho way of Underwear 6 OF. 8 PAGES, To'bwj a handsome Ifat or anything in oxer-cise- II. MILLER. Ta ke ment. : Advantage HARVEY HELM. F. y Of the dazzling opportunity arc now offering in each and every departhave y ed A Magnificent Display Of Dress fine Cloaks, Millinery, and everything calculated 1.200-l)ouu- d And solicit them examine our comprehensive stock. Familiarize calling early and often at will you right self with tho fact that To Please the Ladies THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Proprietor. STOVES W. H. WEAKEN & CO. k STOVE REPAIRS : .M HEATING STOVES -- Great Clearance Sale. SAME SWEEPING .A., REDUCTION. ir,. zF:E:Lsr:Lsrz KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Dry ica-te- israra prewitt. Lit-ton'- - CYCLONE REDUCTIONS y dora-eor- at. "Wat Clocks, Sterling1 and Plated Silverware, Spc tac es, Danks, The Jeweler, e, - IsTIETW" 8 aut-nrda- y rt a' FAILIL WMTBM All Bn Come and See -- GOOD S H. J. McRQBERTS. -- y.) . i?' 11 'i.il.i ..rfaiJt. Jl- - -- ' - t r Semi-Week- ly InteriorJomal WORTHY HELPMEETS Ky Ocroiii:n20, 1891 tHARMING WIVES OF WELL KNOWN CONGRESSMEN. r Morgan wns n bride; tho third about 10 yenrs ngo. Mrs. Morgan wns Mi68 Clara Washburn of Oshkosh, Wis.j her father W. 1 WALTON. IVculliir llulri (tovonilng OfTlrliil Society a cousin of Senator Washburn of MinneWHITE INDIAN GAME FOWLS. In Wnnlilngtoii Addition to tlio sota. Sho was carefully educuted, uud Koclnl Circle I'lTnoiml Sketches of though children came fast to claim her ihpy Will I'rul.iil.ly Up tho Next Hrcrd to ntteution sho bus six, tho eldest a pretWtiincn ofllciil Worth. lip Honiiii'it. THWJl'UH M KlPlNCi CAKS ty girl of 13 sho is a littlo woman with The English breeder of tho Whito IPKt, by American Press Assocla-tloWnHI.I)' I'Allt. LCoiiyrffllit, n neat figure, black hair nnd merry blnck III TIIK VI Gamo fowl writes to thoMnssnchu-lutt- s Hnvitig been, ns a general thing, Iho eyes. Ploughman ns follows: enittcmllv when Tho wifo During tho last fow years wo havo tnt h grfat comfort it in chiof Indy in hor nocial circlo nt homo, Hnnt young of Charles Curtis, tho bril, ten-- ! Irm member from Topeka, was been twrfecting nnd making a new breed tlio now congreEsinan'H wifo ilocs not t t '. your pm to' Sho hitherto unknown in England viz, find tlio rules governing ofllcinl frocioty Miss Anna Uaird of Pennsylvania. t throii)2li to nitii lit) in Washington all that bIio could wish. is of medium height and well rounded White Indian Game and which will ami IhihIh Soino of those rnloa nro not vory clearly figure, has dark hair nnd eyes nnd rosy provo to bo 01 t tti niir better nnd handsomer than i iMi'.arii'ft nUa of tint ilefinwl, but ono of tlicm is. Tho new- cheeks nnd is very clover with her their dark cousins. Wo find them betf'.Mt (boat h winirl" comer inubt call upon thoso Indies whoso brush nnd needle, having painted a ter layers nnd better tablo birds, ns they ttr ju f ny kinl. Mow huHbauds hnvo bcin in congress lotiKcr number of excellent pictures nnd made lo not show tho black pin feathers when cli ti nut-dWhy Dimply thati licrs, or they will not know, "ofH- - a good deal of unusunlly fino point laco. lressetl, nS is tho coso sometimes vith tho Sho has three littlo children. With him lark colored. Wo bred a good mnny of ItV 'I for u ticket nit ii is also his ablo assistant, his Bister, Miss this beautiful variety ' " t last season nnd It loll is fllHO-- li VI '! ItrtU" Theresa Curtis, known to her friends as to breed from COO to 1,000 this In' rnnninu tlitoult l Dollic, who knows moro about law than icason. Wo nro tho originators of this tunny lawyers, having been in her breed nnd intend bringing them to the rtirj 'i eonuection with tlie K brother's ofllco ever einco sho left school front in tho poultry world. T, & i h wrj nod Qni'uti A Ores-ivseveral years ago. Though such n real i e to tli WorliVft Fnir About seven years ago a gentleman, business womnn, sho is not a bit moecn-lin- Mr. Jameson, on a visit to England from Hi .iii.i . .u lulinir iwHct'iik'nrn con in njipcarunco or manner, but just India called to viow our poultry, otc. ,. tr S i V 1 ., r Hotrl DIh n real nico western girl of tho best Ho then spoko of tho - tiimc Indian Gamo fowl, M l'ftveH i it ii lr! type tall, slender and fair, with light but wo had then no idea of having any i v. m , Komi) x4 n , AtUnt &10 i on i brown hair, frank gray eyes, a pleasant 7:26 r. m , nml 1:6 r ':mii voico nnd well shaped, cnpablo looking hands. tr li r m , Ask for tickGencrnl John L. McLaurin, tho new hihI for further et! ,ji j i ui( representative- from Bennettsville, S. C, iwllrtMl) II. Martin, in' n nttributes much of his success which is . .(. Aint. Otnoititinti. iA ,t.VilSi something wonderful for n young man y JI .J but littlo past 150 to tho unfailing enTllO C TIIK l.KHa. uhi In couragement of his wife. Sho was Miss It le lew iirtHitt'Ht lair on cnrtli Nora Breeden and is n pretty young HI) l Minx riJ; Dotroit to Chicago SSwDTfny--y womau, tall, slender and very erect, . VI imihcu HtoHinura on tiio p-- r with velvety dark brown eyes, smooth, I IVi.trtmiuti hcuiiuiv. Kt'tuniiiik' dark complexion and golden hair. She V II Ci e iluert, hII rail; or you can is very domestic in her tostes, devoted i (JO to her husband and fivo small children uti It rail Htnl return vin tln MHS. JOHN C. DI.ACK. WHITE INDIAN GAMES. Berth unci tuenlain- -. i ifctruit. nnd not fond of gencrnl society, though .Mackinac anil CIiIchko cially." that nho is in tho city. Sho docs sho entertains charmingly in her elegant from him. In fact wo had at tho tirao c n ratn front Cincinnati $21 'M not liko makini; flrxt calls upon total homo It as many different varieties as wo could in Bennettsville. (v ..m.l ImwI :50c U'Bfl ) For full stranBcrg, but lowing to tho inovitablo Another tall, pretty young southern manage, nnd besides, wo did not then A D. H. li Vint! auk und 0., II. tl know tho good qualities of tho Indian bravely forth nnd does not find it womau is Mrs. Stallings, wifo of .. Micch 15. 0. McConnick, Koea It Jeeso F. Stallings of Green- Game. A I). H. K.Uincln- - no very disagreeable, nfter all, for her li C.H. Mr. Jameson purchased from us a pen welcomo ia most cordial, and there nro ville, Ala., who was Miss Bello McAllisin ever bo many nico wotnon doing just ter of En fa la. Sho has dark hair and each of Minorcas nnd Andalusians, and what nho is. This season sho will havo eyes and a very pleasaut manner, which when ho left our placr ho wild, "I will send you a sample of our Indian fowls." plenty of company, for thero aro a great is sure to make her popular in Bociety. Wo never thought ho tueant it nnd many new members of congress, ruid With Mr. Gaston A. Robbins of most of them havo wives nnd daughter. J" ' Ala., who is unmarried, is his sister, thought no moro nbont it until a trio of ..iUlt cpl J, llyj Tho wifo of J. Frank Aldrich, tho Miss Mary Lafayetto Robbins. Sho is tho "Indiau fowls" arrived in grand lnndsomo new rvpresentntio from tho tall nnd slight, with fair complexion nnd trim, when wo put them out to breed. I.VA K SOU ION DAII.V Firht Illinois district, will lo a charm- hair, is quiet nnd retiring in manner, They wero not puro white, but croam P IIS a mi f i.ttham lllurhclil, I'o.henlM ing addition to this season's social cir- nnd though sho hns written n great deal colored or about tho color of n palo Gamo K.nd and Norlolk. ,j hen. Tho cock was, however, nearly Sho was Miss Luln Sherman, and well it has always been nJ cles. tram Illunr4d t Notlolk daughter of General Frank T. Sherman K iiiJ i r.Iron l.yMhWuricio Itlclimond nnd sho cannot bo induced to white. Wo wero surprised to find nearly fcHH, l'ohlin ind Cocln 'I on General Sheridan's staff during tho talk about it. On her mother's sido sho all tho chicks from them came whito tho m, i oj p ui nd will wlwU (tatty t 7 t latter part of tho war nnd granddaugh- is descended from Henry Alford, dean of first season, and wo seldom now get nn t it. i m and pm daily ; t HtiMeMmWi,(l., Chicago and all (or ter of Francin C. Shermnn, mayor of Canterbury. off colored chick. Kr Mnti During tho labt fivo years wo liavp VV ,oim iMpct un yuo p m train to; Chi Chicago in its earliest yeura, and again Byron F. Ritchie of tho Ninth Ohio i. in" tho sixties. She wns born in Chicago district has n plensnnt home and a large mated them carefully and bred them so far Welch and Intcrmrdlil J initu ilal.oi.ia t'.ktaifn leave IHuc&etd to p ia dil nnd educated nt St. Mary's hall, Fari- circlo of friends in Toledo. Mrs. Ritchie, ns to procure really high class specimens and havo succeeded beautifully, as wo Academy Visi 1 '1 ne at NaitoH Iroin the Kail dally at bault, Minn., nnd tho graduatingof from tation, Georgetown, can now show Whito Indian Games 5 a i t aehjdulet, equal to tho best Dark Indian Games that schools with high houors. Sho is A 1 ii la uiiti t Nminlk .V Wcit-r- n Kali. accomplishoil in many ways, is well havo been bred in England. W.11.HKVILI., aJet A flock of 40 of these whito fowls look Gtn. 1'aai. Agt ItojaoVp, Va. renu, a nngni mm clover writer, u pleastiC.. splendid on a grass run, their tall and ing conversationist, a prominent and Aent statoly carriage adding greatly to their popular momber of tho Woman's club appearance. of Chicago, and on earnest worker for ,1- IOU AKK C.OINU . tho World's fair, which Is held not far Tho Ilornfly Terror. from her beautiful homo in Kenwood, A correspondent of Tho Breeder's Gathat protty suburb of Chicago. TMK zette writes: Sho is of medium height, good figuro liVf?-j""They worry cattlo until they become and graceful carringo, has blue eyes, W' thin nnd weak nnd tako special delight soft, brown hair, clear complexion nnd in massing by thousands and thousands two pretty dimples in her cheeks that all over the entire body of weak and decomo nnd go when speaking. Her manfenseless animals, as these animals ner is vory natural and unaffected, nnd powerless to opposo them. And in she looks eo girlish that ono is surprised Lou'avuic 4 NaiMvmc R. R. another way they will (or may) cause the to see two daughters of 12 and 13 nnd n death of thousands of stock. It is in boy of 10. It c r f ir )ou, ai in this way: They eat or suck blood about Andrew Jackson Hunter of Paris, Ills., in spots on cattlo on tho neck, dewlap, one of tho two representatives nt lnrgo back of tho shoulder blades and under from that btate, has a wifo nnd daughter MRS. WILLIAM J. BRYAN. tho belly of tho animals. Tho spots Make dole connection at with him. Mrs. Hunter is n tall, slender, o when a brunotto of medium height, is a first discerniblo havo a dry, delicato looking woman, with dark eyes and an accomplished woman. Hor scorched appearance of tho cuticle, with LOUISVILLE And OINOINNATJ and wavy dark hair which hns a thread maiden nnmo was Knto I uger&oll Taylor. the hair eaten off short nnd stubby close or two of whito in tt. Her manner is Ker all point. very ploasnnt and refined. Sho was n Her father, tho late Dr. Linitts P. Tay- to tho skin, ns if- burned off. These 1 li KrH'S SOI.I). TIIROt lor, wns nn eminent physician of Wil- spots tnny bo about tho size of a nickel CIIKCKliO THROUGH Miss Fisher of Kentucky. Her mother liamsburg, Intl., in which place sho wns jr ns largo as a dollar, but moro often was n momtier of tho famous Crockett In u) talcMmatian c.inulreof born. She has ono child, a daughter jf tho smaller or. intermediate size. Tho JOKS. mi, 11. Actnt, family of that state. Or Stanford, Ky cuticlo is next eaten or dissolved uway, Miss Annah Hunter, n charming nnd about 12 years old. W. W ll.NN.Trav Pan Autnt. Thti wifo of William J. Bryan of Lin- nnd a raw, bloody sor results which Junction Ctr, Ky resemHttractivo girl, boars a marked blance to her mother. She, too, is tnll coln, Nob., who has already mndo a tho pest contiuues to molest." Ono breediT has applied tho following and slight. Sho luis fine dark eves, nbun- - brilliant record in congress as n speaker, palo nnd whoso silver speech in August made mixture to tho posts nnd finds it knocks dant, wavy dark hair and n profound impression, was borm in them every timo: CHESAPEAKE , . VtUIIt'IUl , tlUIUi V.. Ullll'K, Perry, Ills. Her father, Mr. John Baird, "Take kerosene, siints of turpentine, T1 1 IIU Will) Ui tho other reprosentntivo at lnrgo from was a prosperous merch'ant, nnd every sulphurs uud crysalic ointment nnd mix Illinois, is no stranger to Washington. opportunity was given her to cultivato them well nnd nib or sprinkle it on tho General Blnck was commissioner of pen- tui unusually fino mind. She attended cows. I used it four weeks ngo, ami the W- - Philadelphia sions during President Cleveland's first tho public Bchools until sho was 10, flics have not bothered tho cows since." I ..ore, Now York, Yet another farmer has sprayed upon term. That administration will long bo then went to tho Monticoilo seminary A lid all oihoi Kafclcrn Cities remembered for its charming women. near Alton nnd later to tho academy nt his herds a strong kerosene mixture and sho graduated with found it effective. Stionml Line bt recti I.oulnllle, Lexincton.and Mrs. Blnck was ono of tho most popular Jacksonville, whero tho highest honors. Here she met and Ikiikra l'oititt. Im and will warmly welcomed back. The Highlit Priced Horse. IN NOV. i, 1S9J Sho was a member of tho Ladies' His- - became engaged to her fntnro husband, who wns pursuing his Btudies at tho Tho nrrival in America of tho emperor KA- -r MOUND. I.vo. in tho enmo place. They graduated of Germany himself would not havo crev N J, daily Alii 7.lcpm about tho Bamo time, sho delivering tho ated tho excitement in horse breeding ' N mm, Mi' "il.Net daily . et S11n.11.40am valedictory for her class ono day and ho and racing circles that tho coming of , 6.10pm W Mi .l.i,;.i turn , Ka. S, ex. Sun for his tho next. A year after sho re- Ormonde did Ormonde, tho gTeat racturned to tho academy and took a post ing stallion who never was beaten. Tho Wl-- f HOUND Arr. I.exinKton: graduate conrso. I. flSO.OOO paid for tho horso by Mr. W. "11 No 17, ex Sun 7 3Jn No i. dallj u.iopm In 1884 sho becaino tho wife of Mr. O'Brien MacDonough marks the Cali' 'in No ij,t Sun 4 15pm Bryan, who had established himself in fornia ranchmnn as owner of tho highest Veil. 6.10pm mkuNw J. daily Jacksonville, and a year later, Ruth, her priced horso in the world. Ormonde is . S I.uid Trains with Dining Can. N first child, was born. Soon after that Bho now 10 years old. His siro was Ben bu ir .1 ra .epora tram I.eait,ctan without ton began the study of law, not to practice, tl'Or, dam Lily Agnes. As a CI.. but to bo ablo moro fully to assist her Ormondo had won 145,000 on the turf j KR,' II CMI. UYAN, husband, with whom sho wished to keep then ho retired to the stud. He is probAn'i Gen. Paas.Act., . . . tuii, I) C. Cincinnati. step, and in whoso plans and ambitions ably tho greatest horso traveler on recshe was so deeply interested. Without ord. Threo years ago ho was bought neglecting any of her many homo duties, from the Dnko of Westminster by Seuor . sho studied bo well under her husband's Joso Bocau of Buenos Ayres for $00,000 , direction that sho was admitted in 1863 and taken to South America. Then he to tho bar in Nobraska, to which Btato was returned to Europo and sold to his ' Mothekj' Frihud is a scientificthey had removed tho year before. Theu present owner. Ormondo is a puro bay, ally prtpared Liniment, every Ingresho took up French and German in ad- tho only wliito about him being a dient of recognized value and In dition to hor other studies. tiny patch which tho saddlo covers. Ho constint use by the medical proTwo years ago she liad the happiness is 10.1 lionds high. Mr. MacDonough fusion. These Ingredients are comof hearing her husband speak in con- will retain his prize upon his own Calibined in a manner hitherto unknown gress, as ho liad promised her ho would fornia farm for breeding purposes only. do Bomo day, and was always nn inter- With Ormonde arrived on tho steamer MRS. JOHN L. M'LAURIN. ested listener when anythiug of impor- nino thoroughbred mares. All hnd either torical society nnd found time in spito tance was talked about. Very fow colts by him nt their sidoa or wero beof many social duties to prepare and women listening to the speeches in con- lieved to bo in foal of his get. America read clever and entertaining papers at gress aro so ablo to understand and ap- is probably tlio only country possessing its meetings. Sho also recited unusu- preciate them. Sho is very pleasing in a citizen at onco rich enough and risky WILL DO all that Is claimed for ally well for an amateur and was often appearance and manner, is quite tall enough to pay $100,000 for a horse. It AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, asked to do bo. Glu was born and edu- and very Blender, has dark brown hair Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to cated in Mn&SAchnsett?, married young and dark hazel oyes, and a broad, high Life of Mother and Child. Book Just as educationtuiakes tho man so and went to live in Illinois, which has forehead. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan havo education makes tho horse. If money is " Mothekj" mailed FREE, conto si tee been her home. She is of medinm threo children, Ruth, aged 0, William J. ever to be niodo in colt rearing in this taining valuable information and height, with dark hair combed back Jr., about 4, and Grace, a cunning little country, abundance of plain horso 6enso voluntary testimonials. from a well shajK'd forehead, expressivo girl not quito 2. in breeding, feeding and disciplining tho nt by pru on receipt of price $1.60 per 'yOtUa dark eyes and u ideating expression. Juliette M. Babbitt. colts will bo the most valuable element REQUUTOn r 1 , Atlanta, 0. BUDFIELD Washington, Not entirely a stranger is another In tho oquipment of tho successful men. 60LD BY ALL DRUOOUTb. hen-son- SrANiQ-.n- , tlio first somo 10 years ago, when Mrs. bright womnn, tho vfo of Representative Chnrlcs II. Morgan of Lamar, Mo., who is in congress for tho fourth time -- H.6.RUPLBY,- m0S 's IgtfetHptifa Is Receiving His n. In-tlin- n I f 1 K FALL : AND: WINTER : GOODS. call. . , 1 Goods Warranted and a Pertect Fit Guaranteed. Give me tut i cr ! : 1 l i NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL Office and stock room c and repair shop at out T r ( cfc ? ATTSTUT, Pro'rs. t ; warcroom, paint ork built to order. pro-ios- e ! i House Painting and Paper Hanging A specialty. ESign Work, artistic and plain. We guarantee work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky . n tf i o i r i nr-r- &. h Jy . i (lit J The World's Fair Route from the South Gun-crt- ii pt VM . ui wmm Tv r' i- -i Pennsylvania short lines n -- IS OVER THE 'iniri iyH i ', I iii I . I 05r? WlLrTSltfil Lt, -- 1 Itepre-tentati- G ve ?ixk FROM- - rLe?S& .;; t i? At)- A .55 L 1 r99laoui.tlirVV OR INCLUDES KWHorolk!WesiernB.B Mo-nau- i'i i LOUISVILLE CINCINNATI. , Sel-m- a, DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Pbflman' rttlbule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Can. I CnJ. flouto Through THROUGH information i nnony-mousl- y, the Indiana Natural Gas Belt. 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Choice of routes via als Cincinnati 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., cill on or address any agent of the Queen & Crescent Route or E. T. V. & G. Ry. D. G. Edwards, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Stop-over- ;i0" be-cor- Double Daily Trains hand-som- THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. - . .Ul Lvkcvvv5wy,?yv 0000 PM FOR r5 IK) YOU WANT TO ADOPT A BABY Mftytw yon think thb Is a new business, sending out tables on implication ; it has boen ! WORK ! & RAILWAY. ton, 0HI0,p? J 6000 done before, howovor, but never hnve those furnished bon so msirtho original Kim pleas this ono. 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The inducements am extra good. gyAn Enquirer is "MOTHERS' FRIEND" e ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. this greateet painting of Ida Waugh aho rooet celebrated of modem tnose painters of baby Ufo) aro to be given toAtaga-rlno who subscribe to Demoreefs Kunilly for ISO. The reproductions cannot t told from tbo original, which cost ?4LO. and are the 6amo slxo il7x Inches). The Uiby 13 life size, and absolutely lifelike We haTo also in prepftruUorv, to present to our subscribers during 18KI, other groat picturt by sucharthjts as lcrey Momn,Maud Humphrey, Louis Doschamps. and others of world-wid- e renown. Tako only two examples or what wedlddurlnjr tho post year, "AYard of Pan-ties- ," and "A Whito House Orchid" by tbo wife of President Harrison, and you will see our promises moan. what Tboae who sobucribo t or Demprest's FamUy Magazine for ItiU will potaess irVallery or exquisite works of rut or Krcat value, besides a Magazine that cannot be euualed by any in and the world for Its bountiful illustrations postsubject matter, that will keoporcryone ed ni oil tho topics of tho day, and all the fads and different items of Intenvt about the hntwlioW, liesides furnishing interesUng rea Iliwr raittcr, both gravo and gay. for the nhohj family; and wbllo Demorort's is not a fnshkmMngnzlne, Ms fashion pgw are peris fect, and wo gtvo yoti, ftre of rwr, all tho you wish to use during tho jcar, and nnv slao you chonee. Send In your in oneo. only Sx, and you will really pet over $a in value. Address the publisher, w. Jennings Dctnorest, 15 I'm llth St., hew Vork. If you are unacquaintd with the Uftaxlne, scud lu cents lorn spocimen copy; pat-ten- I'M A DAlflT." which wo prorweo to Bend to yon, transportation paid. Too lltDo dartlUR- rests against a pillow, and Is In tbo act of drawing off Its plulc eock, tho aiato of which has boon pulled off and flung asldo with o triumphant coo. Tho rksh Onts aro porf oct, and tho eyes follow you, no matter whero you stusd. Thoexqul-rttorpproductJons- of If OS.; APLEAMRTHEPOOK OLIVE HARPER SCORES THOSE WHO OPPRESS THEM. WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. ONE WOMAN'S WORK. Will Society Kindly Let Woman De as filia Pleases About It? Scathing lecture to Ladle, of Wrnlth. Tay For tho Honest Washwomen. Tltoso Who rush More Guilty Ttian Those Vho Fall. rlr tCopjrlglit. & 1P9J, by American Press Assoc , L;iie i IJIS n I .,' '3 A M MV v T HAS always seemed to mo that n specially hot corner should bo reserved in tho place that some people say doesn't exist for those who livo by grinding the faces of tho poor. It is hard enough to bo ioor, God knows; to do without tho thousand and one things that mako the differenco between comfort and misery; to ifte loved ones pine and wither for want of tho necessities of life until the machinery stops and falls apart and tho weary body is at rest. But it is not the work that I am complaining about, for work is right, is honest and should bo a pleasure, but it should be paid for, and paid for willingly, and the poorer tho person is who has done tho work tho greater his or her claim for pay. Ilalf the talk about tho laziness of tho poor and their unwillingness to work hard comes from two causes. Ono is that a half starved man or woman cannot "put in n day" with tho same vim that n well fed ono can, and another is that there it eo little encouragement to work when tho pay is so grudgingly given. Often even when a poor woman has toiled all day long cleaning paint or washing or sewing sho is put oil and told that sho should have her money next week. I have been brought in contact within the last few years with hundreds of worn en who had tho same talo to tell. They would wash, iron, scrub or sew until ready to drop with pain and weariness, and when they went to collect their little earnings they were coolly told to wait till it suited their employers to pay. They would not realize, thoso refined ladies, that these few pennies or dollars meant food, fire, rent and perhaps medicine or burial. "It was such a small matter." For these very trifles families have been put out on tho sidewalk shelterless in tho rain and sleet; others have gono threo days without food or fire. Ono woman whom I know took homo a largo washing which, with part pay on a previous one, amounted to over $, and tho "lady of tho house" "was out," and tho poor woman went back to find tho sheriff putting her things out on tho sidewalk, two of tho children being sick with measles. Neighbors afterward gave them shelter for a few days, but these two children have nearly lost their eyesight. Now there is another baby. This woman washed and scrubbed up to the last day to keep these poor children and is still struggling. Another trouble with tho poor is that every lady takes it for granted that her own work is tho only hard work tho poor wash or scrub woman has to do, so that thero is always an awful effort to get a thorough cleaning. Ono poor woman told mo that 6ho hated tho words "thorough cleaning," for they always meant tho hardest and most wearing arid disagreeable toil for a dollar a day, and there was not ono "lady" out of GOO who did not set all tho old scraps and dry crusts saved up for a week before her for her dinner. Then, too, many "ladies" try to reduce tho atnouut of their pay by making them take their castoff garments and old shoes in part payment at least. Tho haggling over tho scanty wages of the poor woman by tho 6amo "lady" that pays $2 to $5 for some cosmetic only worth ubout 10 cents, or somo other folly, is a crime, and ono for which I think a punishment as hard as that ho bears who kills another In tho heat of passion should be tho penalty. But if this were to como true wo have not prisons enough in tho land to hold the women who think they aro doing u righteous action in grinding tho faces of the poor and "scrimping" on the poor laborer's wages. The utter heartlessness and lack of common humanity of our "ledies" toward their help passes description. They will load tho woman who comes in for a day's washing with enough work to kill a man, and then when tho poor back aches and tho limbs almost fail they will bring out perhaps a pair of blankets to "just run through before you go; it won't tako a minute." Many persons would look upon a woman as n hardened criminal and would have sent her to prison, leaving tho fivo little children sho is toiling so hard to keep together to starvo or bo scattered hero and thero for pawning all tho "wash" which sho had in her house for one of theso "econoi deal ladies." The lady went off and lci't no money to pay for tho work when done, and the poor mother, desiernto with her hungry children around her and hef angry landlord threatening, pawned tho things for just tho amount of her bill. It required tho hardest kind of work on tho part of sympathizing peoplo to savo her from tho wrath the righteous and religious wrath of- tho owner of tho garments, who ca thus find herself guiltless of wrong when she neglects or refuses to pay for honest work. It is no wonder that women go down to perdition when other women feel that they aro doing a moritorious action in Vrimpiug" thoir femalo help. I may lw old fashioned and foolish, but I think that those who jituh are more guilty than uu E uarpkh. ttiose who tall. " Sometimes you hear a chiv&lrtsa and admirable gentleman say tbte: "Hi the ideal state of society no woman will.have to work for her living. Men will do all the work at high wages aud talw ro of women." Tho chivalrous gentlaman U quito unawajo that ho is merely ropoat-inin another form that uiiscraW,, old trades' sentiment which to Lhla da would if possible keep women out of all tho money enrniug occupations simplj because tho men want all tho monoy loi themselves to dolo it out to womon thoy liko or do not like. Expcrienct shows that mostly they do not like it Our trades idealists go further and declare it is woman's business to mothei tho children, and that her place is in tho home, taking caro of them. Onc( more, at heart this is merely becausi men want nil tho money for themselves. Woman was created with moral, spiritual and intellectual faculties. Development is the end and aim of exlstonco. It is a woman's duty to develop theso moral, spiritual and intellectual faculties whether sho has any children or not. U sho it kept at home, knowing nothing of business, the world or of the earning and cart of money, sho will remain in n rtato ol intellectual childhood. Young children aro very sweet; old children aro not. Onlj through struggle, through hwtling, through experience, does tho kumar raco become ripo and rich in wisdom beauty and power. A woman who if not tho mother of little children that demand her immediato care is under th satno obligation to earn her own living that a man is, and she will bo 10 timei tho woman for doing so. But tho human raco would run out, say tho tradei idealists, if you permitted women to dc anything clso than be tho mothers ol Well, did you over think ol children. it tho fact is, tho raco would bo considerably better off if about half of it would run out. If a woman's domestic tastes art stronger than her other tastes, then sh should marry and devote herself to domestic life, if sho can get a husband tc suit her. But if her tastes for professional and business lifo aro more powerful than tho domestio instinct, if sho is what wo call in our expressive American phrasiug a "careering woman," then she should stay single, at loast until timt hat achieved her career. That seems about tho right way for a woman to docido the momentous question to marry or not to inarry? A careering woman need not fear sho will bo nnablo to find a husband if sho waits till sho has won her place professionally. A successful woman can always get a husband. Liberty for woman as for man is the most precious possession on earth. If yon aim at happiness, you will lose it, and mere happiness is rather a low aim anyhow. Strive for high development, for living a life of nso, and happiness will como to you incidentally. At least n third of tho mothers now alivo have no business with childron. They do not know how to bring them up. Mako up your mind that, come what will, you will not bo a failure, then stick to it. The "Men's National Christian Prohibition union" is tho name of n new organization formed on the gentlemen's sldo of tho house, but tho M. N. C. P. U. will never gain tho illustrious prestige of the W. C. T. U. The dowager Duchess of Sutherland is a member of tho board of directors of a coal mining company. She atteuds the meetings aud displays admirable gumption in tho management of its affairs. Dr. Harriotto C. Keatingo writes in one of her essays: "To find a thoroughly healthy woman is to discover u rara avis. What a pity 'tis 'tis truel" You do not need to havo your fortune told. Your futuro is mostly what you will it to be. Tho state of New York will have an election Nov. 7 to chooso delegates to tho constitutional convention that meets in 1894. Any grown person, male or female, may bo a delogate. The editor of tho New York Sun says gallantly: s "We shall bo glad if voters avail of tho opportunity to send some women as delegates, as it ttouM bo an eminently graceful act for each state convention to nomiuato ono woman among tho delegates at largt." Dr. Ella A. Jennings and Mrs. Kate M. Bostwick aro tho editor- and publishers of a neat magazine callod Humanity and Health lately established in Now York. It covers topica included and covunder both halves of its ers them brilliantly. Mrs. Boitwick w one of tho welf known woiiwn vriaUri on tho New York and Brooklyn prea and a lady of indefatigable pluok and industry. Sho is chairman of the onoutiv committee of tho New York "Woman's Press club. Eliza Alien a mo Oon.iHK. g thorn-selve- President of the Atistrnlnaln Woman'i Clirlitlan Tetnperuuco Union. Miss Jcssio Ackenuan, president of 4ho Woman's Christian Temperance union of Australasia, has led a busy lifo. Sho Is but 83 years of ago aud has compassed tho world in her missionary labors in tho n cnuso of tho whito ribbon. Miss was born in Boston July 4, 1SC0, sf pilgrim and German stock. When Aek-enua- Have You Got Asthma? Nashville, Tenn., March 0, lS93.-- Th If so Stockton')) Antiseptic will surely Comes to you every other dsy In the year f'jsi Stockton Medicine Co , Nashville, Tenn., I havo had Muscular cure it. Thero is no use trying local ly Gentlouieu: 'Ihe cheapett and beat pafer In Ksntiflsky. so c. ntt gels it lor three montlit. Addreta Rheumatism und Indigestion for a num- treatment. Yon havotjot to gut the THE ADVOCATE, out of tho system and to do that Danville-jJLyber of vears, and lo.t hopes of ever findphysicians you must tae Anliiwptic. ing relief, as the most killr d hail f.uled in mv coso, but I am happy hor sale by A. 11. Penny, Stauford. HOUSE to stute your Antiseptic has mivdo ato'ii-plot- o euro and I do mot heartily recAtmctpberld Oigeiu ommend it to all for rheumatism and indigestion. I will gladly answer all inP. VV. quiries in regard to Antiseptic. respectfully, Youre Thii stable, which l mil n connection witsjse Mycrt.ltuute, habeen supplied W.K:atkman, Mi-crot- THE ADVOCATE . .stfH-kton'- NYERS I.X'SrERY STwSLBI. CnEEProp. n For nalo by A. K. Fenny, Druggist, 310 Broad Htreel. 0 rSMWUlUH M bt A Now Lot of Horses, GarriagtM., Ansonino.T. Stauford. On this doctors Buggies, Wagons, he regarded pb rielrgntrs to tho Pan American Congress at Washington, who travel over tho f 4th & Jtrr. Stj. LOUISVILLE, KY. Chesapeake fi Ohio Railway will, with & Webb COLE DLDO. NMHvtur, TtM. ono accoid, praise its Kcenery and train oa UiauiMOHAu, Ala. service. Thero is nothing iu the way of ftiySeud tur 00 psge book free. lovely mountain vit"8 and picturesque Testimonial. valleys of the Virginias, to compart disease will cure many cates The KItropoi where nothing rUe will. It hat worked like a with that through which Ihe Key Geo. II. Means, Ohio Rail rood passes. There charm in my family Cotington, Ky is nothing of historic nature iu America It it certsinly a wonderful intlrumtntanJ it it wonderlul at to how It doet Us work, yet it as great as a trip through the Virginias more it. dors T li. G llrinley, the Sou-and there is no other railroad in Ameri- (Ihe veteran plow manufacturer oll.ouitville, Ky. ca superior to tho C. A O. in tlio Biunoth-nes- s With the Klectrepone I have curw! dytpeptla, trouble, lagrippe, hraiache and stability of ita tracks,, tno F. F. conitlpation and Iivtrheumatism, neuiatgia. coldi, V. Vestibule Limited being ono of the colic and piles. The reiullt axe wonderful, I In 60 minutes. tern famous trains of the world. Tho Chesa- chilli and fever have E. II. cured Churchill, Ky. L)Ie, peake & Ohio passes through Bull Run, Manassas and other noted battle fields and is in all respecta tho best route for the West, North-Wes- t and South-Wes- t MISS ACKFJUIAN OF Tlin W. C. T. U. of ehe was about 12 years old, sho joined to the National Capital. For copy Virginia in black and white, free nnd tho Good Templers nud began active The Famous Specialist, work for tho good of society. At 21 sho full information regarding rates and becaino n grand lecturer nud organizer train service, addrcsa G. B. Ryan. AssisTo Visit Our City Professionally. for that association nnd continued the la- tant G. I. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. bor for soven years. for the Sick Oxk tliBt ciasfl.iare, with '2 additiona1 An Excellent Chance In 18S3 sho united with tho Woman's and Suffering. Christian Temperanco union nnd trav- for the round trip Harvest Excursions, eled iu British Columbia and Alaska, or- Aug. Sept. 12th nnd Oct. 10th. Tho FREE CONSULTATION, ganizing local unions. During that timo WitcoN'eiN Ck.ntkal Links will run low she responded to ft call to go around the rate Harvest Excursions on the above And cisniitution at h.s Prltatt I'arlors at the world and sailed from San Francisco in dates to points in Minnesota, North and Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday Junuary, 1839. South Dakota. Tickets will ho good 20 Sandand Wednesday, Nov. 7th After laboring somo timo in tho r wich Islands, New Zealand and tho Aus- days from date of sale, with and 8tu, tralian colonies, Miss Ackermnn Failed privileges to points west of St. Paul and From Tuetlay merging till WlDlay noon. for China, inspired by n senso of duty to Minneapolis. For full information nrouso tho women of tho east. She any of the Company's representaReturning every lour weeks during Ihe year fouud opportunity to speak before largo tives, or Jatms O. Poiu), Gen. Pass, and mismeetings of students and at various sionary conferences, nnd finally nt Shang- Agt, hai she gained the floor in tho general Queeu A Crescent Route nnd Louis missionary conference, and amid great villo Southern R. R. enthusiasm formed a Nationnl Woman's and IndiChristian Temperance union for China. Excursions to Texas, Arkansas or'Shreve-por- t, to tho British colonies an Territory via New Orleans Sho then returned October 10, 1S93. Tickets on sale nnd labored incessantly until 20 now unions and n colouial union had been via Louhville or Cincinnati. Ticketa good aaaaaaaaaL Hm aaaaaa organized in New South Wales. Then 20 days for return. Stop overs will bo allowed generally by Texas lines on tho general convention nnd the going followed a n. V passage Call on agentfl for formation of the Woman's Christian O. H. Wood well, 1). P. A., 1ui Temperanco union of Australia, with isville, Ky ; II. C. Shaw, T. P. A.. Miss Ackerman as president. O ; W. O. Rinearson, G. P. A., During four years (from 18S8 to 1692) Cincinnati, O. this indefatigable young woman travHaaaaaaaV' y ' I'crhapi lame of our rcaderi would liVe to Vnow aTuBaBaaaaaak atwil eled over 4,000 miles, spoko through inIn what reject CbambciUm'i Couth Krmrdv U terpreters in 17 foreigntonguea, built up twttcr than ant other. We will tII you When over 100 unions, administered 0,000 thit remedy U taken as toon si a cold ha Inteen become ietl!ed thtt and tiefote It pledges and drow over 4,000 women into contracted will countctacthat effect ol the cold the ijtteiu, it 1Hmk tho rociety. Capacity for hard work and creailjr lestcn in teveilty, anu It it Ihe only Mi68 remedy that will do tht It acta in perfect harand organizing ability aro not mony with nature and aidt nature In rellevins the Ackerman's only springs of power. lungt, opening the lecrcllom, liquefyipg Ihe muof the From the platform sho sways an audi-enc- cin and cauttng its expultlon from to a air celltand ' TeflM?' A ttrooj the lungs and retterins thaayttetn ''JsaaV nW5f W&! 1 with tho forco of her appeal und healthy condition No other remedy iu the market pottetses thcae remarkable properties. No the attraction of her personal presence. other will cure a cold so quicVly. Tiiko. Holland. Dr Appleman,, formerly of New York, now perMckoberU, Druscttt, For sale by W don't disagree. It msy an assured fact that the cures disease Without Medicine. Is better than ever nti .rummer's Supplies and with isuprly the public prepaid FinST-GL.A8- S IUGS OFHAL.L. KINDS. Bultois Personal and proroptatlention'.givento Wedding l'artica and lluriala P. V. GREKN. AL, 1IUHNS.. Manager Proprietor. "VITAL TO MANHOOD." l Ghee-npenkp-- lit.. E. C. ill-V- T, WF-STH ton-tllit- it, rslida, lledacb, Nervnu iTotratlti alcohol or tobacco, Wskefulnn... Jteutal Deprrodrra Hoftenlng ot Drain, rautlnsT luoanlty, iulrry,ilwry death, 1'rematuro Old Ae, Ilarrennra, Lonaiil Power In either eei, Im potency, Leuoorrbcra aural' rentals W.akneMv., luvnlnntsry csuae.1 tijr of brain, A mouth's treatment,!. e for 13, by mall. With each order for 0 boxe., f will send written guarsntee to refund If not rurnd Uusrsntiet iMiird by atrent. WITH I.1VKH PII.M cure hick llidsche, I)lll(iuni, UverOouipiatai OoutUpsUoo. Hour Htoinarh, UUAllA.NTLXtl Issued ouly by over-eiertl- a apeclflc tor Hysteria. NKHVK AVI) 11HAI.V TREAT I)lultie, Itls, Nets rue4k Hperists-torrhre- !, a A lyte,land OiU.S.APPLEMAK A. R. PENNY, X Stnnfor d. Sdentlflo Amcrica 5?vrVr'TaiLtBBa I'd, S'-LkW- OAVCATS. MARKS. IjljISTRADa PATENTS, DESIGN r stop-ove- Tiw tnfivrmallnn snd freo Ilsndbook write to iaU.NN A CO, XX llliiiAljnMlT. NCW Vourt, Oldest bureau for Kvurlii pslrnta In Aroertns. Kvr-rtuttrnt taken out by ua la brought tba public by notlco glrcu X reo of charga In Ua COPYRIGHTS, toJ ud-dre- rtrmlstlon cf any scientlDepaiwrln th hlllii1lT llluitrste.1. No tntellirenl man ahoulJ t wltluul It. Weealy. J3.0tla IIXOsii months. Atldrves MfNS A CO. t xusuiu. ytll ilrotvlwaj. New York Cur. I arrest world. ts .TAKK THE , lloine-Seekur- vaaa aaaKaflaMMflN (Jf )J9UI$IIIIWIBSIT ion di.jjM Ata.i-sivjw5- jaB . 1 CmCt WRtW ii wan I infor-uintio- iaRHaV THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINE TO Gin-ciunn- OHIfOAD9 .......AnJ W(DUTMj-WEHT- s m ' -- HS WORLD'S FAIR Vlntors. rrmemter the Moron is the line, with Vcstlhuied Trams, Dining Cars, Palace Chair Cart, Pullman llurfct Sleepert, at loeit ratrt, For Infermatioa aJdreit o INDUSTRIES FOR WOMEN. Innovation That No Howl of Derision. Loncer Call Forth a It would bo an excellent schomo if tho opportunities for the industrial educa-tia- n of women could bo increased. A girl who.wishes to earn her own liviug now turns to bookkeeping, stenography, typewriting nnd similar occupations already crowded to suffocation or as a last resort goes behind a counter. Her choico is much narrower than that of a boy of her own class, for his list inoLndes not only hers, but all of the practical tradoi those which do not require years of book education bef oro they yield any money return. HAviag loarn&d his trade, carpentering, plumbing, plastering, whatever it may bo, ho is reasonably secure of his living if his lwalth holds good, nine even in tho hardest times buildings havo to bo altered and repaired, aud all busineasos connected with tho nocfr,Fsitis of life nro bound to continue. Moreover, ho has tho hopo of ultimately becoming the mastor'of a workshop of his own and tho hoad of n corps of employses. On tho other hand, except for millinery, dressmaking and artificial flower making theca are very fow practical trade's which women follow iu auy save a hopelessly inferior capacity wfth no chance of rising. There ara women typesetters in the newspaper office, but ue women foremen; women carpet aewers, but no women who follow tho far pleas-mitburiness of going about and measuring the rooms to bo fittoU; woaaen to cut off wall paper In the factories, but not to mix the colore or cut the blocks. Why should not women have an equal chance with men to leani ikd inanter any of the lighter rradce that o opt call for excessive maaoular it rata? Charlea Iteade demonstrated to ut yeareexo that s they made excellent gilder and when they have the opportunities, and taere aeexoa to be no lufflcleat reasoa why thajr should not raooeoi la gold and lilver imithing, h1bj letting, cabinet making, gr ainlng', the tLsooraMve part of carriage painting and similar trades, ekillfal workers iu whloh are always in demand. Suoh occupations are ao harder than washing, ironing and scrubbing, whiok are recognised woaaen's work, ana they are maoh better paid and offer some have of ndraucemeat. 7ertuuately tjie ola fashioned, Illogical prejudices rafaralnjr women's eeeupaUoas hare dwindle! woBdsrfully of late years, aa4 innovations no longer call fortst n howl of derision freisi the areas aad auelio. Mechanical deftness is not a matter of ser, and the naad for the tool is as llkrijr to b a woman's as a man's, aad if women haro tho chance to learn and the courage to eslr.a it thero is no reason why they eltould ae--t become as good artUaue as men. ir.uviu.il er IAS IIARKER.O P. A , Chicago. , Louitvill. manently located in Louisville, Ky , Is graduate of Hellevue llosrttal Medical College, New York MS the moil notable institution of its kind In "During my term of service In the army I con- City, America, He has msdc a special study of the tracted chronic diarrhoea," tays A K lUndmc, of Haltey.Orecon. "Since then I hare uted a great Of STANIOKD, KY., NOSE, THROAT, amount of medicine, but when I found any that EYE, EAR, would cue me relief tbey would injure my stomIsnow fully organited and ready for business witk Diar-htach, until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and And chronic Diseaces in the great Ilellevue and K cmedy was brought to my notice. I uted Charity Hospitals, New York City, and the re. it and will say it Is the only remedy that gave me iiilit of thlt eipertence are many phcnominal up Capital of $200,000. permanent relict and no bad results ftllow." cures all over the State. He successfully treats J 1 000. Surplus, . For tale by W II. McHobcrts, Druggists, Stan-orKv. Ohronic Acute SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL 11ANK OK STANEOKD, Hinging in Ears, drafnci, diteaiet f tho eye, ear. throat. Tung,stmach, liver, kidney, ur nary and Now closing up) with th ssrae assets and.andsr bladder, nervous proitration diabetes, dyspepsia, the same managtmcp. constipation, rheumatism, paralysis, epilepsy or Ky provisions of Its chatter, depositors ire at tits, nemorroiat, pue,cureu wunout tniir No fully protected aa When Baby was Ick, wo nave her Castor!. ate depositors in National pain aid r.o detention from wcrk. Banks, its sharcholdtrs being held Individually When aha was a Child, sho cried for Cartorla. liable to the estcnt ol th amount of their stock Young nd Middle Aged Men therein at the par value thereof, In addition to th When she became Ml aba clung to Cartoriv amount invested in such shares. It may act as When she had Children, sho gnethera Caatoria. tufferlng from t permatorrhna and impol ncy as estcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as so individual. esccw . tlieretultot self- bue In youth or To buisiness to the cautet producing toiae o! de-s- while those who entrusted theirNational Hank ut ture years aad ot ronaging th Lincoln ol t, following enccis such at emissions, blotches, Ideas. Stanford, s we here tender our many thanks and dullness, confusion of bility, Lcrvoutnr they will their b avrron toatcict ,delecilve meuioty anu seiuai trutt ut, olieriogcontinue to trantact prompt utmostn with sltta-lioat a guarantee for exhaustion whic unfits the victim for butinct to tame, our twenty years' esperiencc Is 20,000,000 Stars or narriage, a.e perm.itiei.tly cured by remedies bankint andat liberal accommodation at are concan he seen with a powerful telescope. rot injuri us sistent with sound banking. rd. l. Plan-T- o W0CrUJSH.lPA Farmers Bank&Trnst Co ci Paid d, and Catarrh, ma-h- er The number is vast, but so are the hours of Bulferiugof every woman who belongs to tho overworked "worn-out,Dr. As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture. Gleet, etc , debilitated class. remedies Price's favorite Prewiription cures nau- cured by never fallingsuch as I.eucorrhea, psintul Diseases ol women, sea, indigestion, bloating, weak back, Menstruation, Displacement ol Womb, bearing down paint in back, telitvcd in short time. nervous prostration, debility nnd 1h Doctor carries all lilt portable Instruments In fact it is the Hreates of and comet preptred to examine the most obscure earthly boons to women. Refreshing medical and surgical casew He undertakes no incurable diseases hut cur sleep and relief from mental anxiety can hundrols given up Iodic. bo enjoyed by thow who take it. Address Cosvtspondtince solicited " mood nnd Skin Diseases. nmacTons: , J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernoa; J. M. Hail, Jtanfotilj J.S.Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Euibry, Stanford; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; J. V. Cash, Stanford William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdgeviIU, Ky S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J li. Owsley, Cathitr, W. M llilghl, Tellst. "run-down- " sleep-lessnefi- a. na, M S " I conttder Chambcrlain'i Cough llemedy a specific for croup. It it very pleasant to tsc, which it one of the mott important requisites where a cough remedy it intended for uto among children. Ihivt known cases of croup where I use know tbe life of a little one was saved by th ol Chamberlain's Cough llemsdy,'1 J. J. drug-gistAvoca, Ntb, 50c bottle lor tale by W II, McRobertt, Irug. J. S. AIM'I.KMAN.M Write for Health Journal, frse. Lomsvillt, Ky, D . DR. W. B. PENNY FIRST NATIONAL BANK OV STANFORD. KV. Dentist. gltt.Hunlord. . Uasket l'luoilshlwa. The basket pincushion illustrated ii covered with pale hollotrop aatia, a a on tho top yellow primroses ar painted in water colors. Around tho edge- Ii a ttiiak - The beat talre In the world lor cutt, bruuta oret, ulcers, salt rhnum, forer sores, letter, chapped hands, chilblains, corna and all skis erup witou-maker- .1 vA'Rj?! Attention of th public is invited to the fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act Tills nfllce forewarns hunters, fishermtc and tiont and positively cures piles, or no pay requirdepositors art secured not only by the capital stock, but br the ttockholdcra It it guarantied to (fivw perfect satuiactioa other sot to troipatt on our landt without per liability lor aa ed. or mom; retundad. l'rice tj centi par bos. miiutm, as all atith will be prosecuted to the full amount equal tc the stock, to (hat depositors of est MUnlof the Uw, Signed: this institution art secured by a fund of $400,000. Wor ttls by A. R. Tenny, SUnlord, Ky. M. LACKOWITZ. five sworn statements of th condition of the bank T. I). NKWI.AND. are made each yearto the United States governV, H. HAYS'. ment and its assets are examined at staled tnucn Strength and Health. C, C I.YOV. by government agents, thus aecunug additilona If you are not fwling ttrong and healthy, try snd perfect safety to depositors. Electric Hitters. If I. C.nppe has lelt yuu weak k. L. WHITK. This institution, originally established at th and weary, u!e Klectric Hitters This remedy L.1IECK. Deposit Hunk of Stanford in 18)8, then C. 1IA1.L acta directly on the Liver, Stomach and Kidneys,s. lied aa the National Hank ol Stanford in if 65 and gently aiJing ihote organs to perform thsir l'KTK.R 11AI.MKK at the Kirn National Hank ol again If you are afflicted with Sick Hesdache IS PHILLIPS. Sunlord in 1S81, has bad practically an uninteryou will find speedy and permanent relief by takrupted eiittencoof 11 years It is better supplied ing Electric IHttert. Ono trial will convince you new with lacilities for transacting business prompt that this is the remedy tou need. Large bottle ly and liberally than ever before in its long end only joe at A K. Tenny's drug store. honorable career. Accounta of corporations, firmt and individuals retpectfullv tolls-teQrlppo. Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. OBe South side Main street, in offic rscea vacated by Dr. I. V HulTtnsn, Sttnfnrd. Ky Capital Stock SurfJlus S200.000 21,300 POSTED. func-nou- I rldu-citn- ci, d. La rnchiug of frinjod satin. Th4 kandle i a loop of vory stiff bean' bpaaat wlA, covcrod smoothly with piaffe tatf a. A niching of satin timUar to tfurt aroaaa tho edge is carried along taa toy of tha wiro, aud whor tho handl i aanad to tho cushion on each sido tbu y.oilwt ia concealed by a bow of ltgftotrtpa taUa Kawh Cham. ribbon, Durlny the prevalencs of the Grippe the past it vat a noticeabla fact that those who depended upon Dr. King's New Discovery not only had a tptsdy recovery, but escaped all the troubThis remcJy lesome alter effects ol themalaiy seems tohave a peculiar power In effecting rapid curvs, not only in cases of La Grippo, but in all dlteaieaof the Throat, Chest and Lungs aod has cured cam ol Asthma and Hay Kevor of long standing Try it and be convinced. It wont disappoint. Krte trial bottlw at A. K Penny's drug MYUons ttrj-e- . Qr;fj,:r ra.'wj.: K .V ? WLFI f yyHTirsa w-"- i-r Th Dirtctory ol this Hank 11 compoif d Kurestss Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harm, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W, llaydon, Stanford; S.H. Haughman.lLincolu; 01 GoiuiFClalGollisilNuoNTvoE.: Colttgefn T'liatml'fl tiitBunniiM Werll's the World.' Aw safes KlitHl llsaer si RitllLi ' Sriwa Ih.Im,Iu Csttnl IiiI.m. ta.U.. J. S. Hocktr, 3unford;ra W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D, Elmore, SUnTord; H0RSE-SHpEIN(II.JJ?tfthurte-shoein- s: g niitu.i stable. Attn all kinds of wsgon and buggr reJ G ADKINS, pairing. Give me a call. Stanford, Ky. 61 itn I- lO.OMflaaUa.SMla atslaM4. Siult I.OOUatassaaa aavsV l TiMS'fi Oesterrall IImsIbm iaBia,Uils4iii Tmi. luutssrv .at f ..i.. tiro. "Tr- Talecraak J (fnlsjex. J S.Hockor, President; utiJiiiii litMuril, Tals sliy )l fWtle. John J, McRobertt, Cashier; - tsaaWV. t4 SMlttrai. far rtraalars Miraaa. A. A. McKtnnry, Atiitlant Caaba.', WlLUR Ft. SMITH, LEXINQTON. KY. '?' rai-JTI- i-- ?.. tttt T. P. II ill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKInuoy; M.J.Miller, Ut. Vernon. J ryj! rx - ., rv-- r SV '" p r ') ' mr- - 1 the opposite aislo from her escort and meeting at tho cbancel crossed in front of it. Miss Dollio Williams, tho m aid of honor, came down tho centre nisle, folStanford, Ky., Octoiibh 20,1893 lowed by littlo Lucile nnd Edwin Coope RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. who carried banketa of flowers nnd tho silk Three Collcgei ; Three Tralnlnjr School i I'lfleeu ileoattmentaof gludr. ire.illlirul lnratlnn It (.rmnasllltn oi vtwn. cushions upon which the couple wee me neartto. ttie mue irasi Kcnion. CM irora thirtynnd Athleticcountries. MruirrattInformattoi E. C. Walton, Business Manager Attendance lait session States and fu.I fiwto J. to kneel during tho prayer. The groom tnd catalogue apply to I. 11. UttASTO!f, J). P., Chancellor, lllchmotul. A" 'entuclcy. and his best man, Mr. W. L. Walcott, of r MEAN8 BUSINESS. 5TjatMJUrr- -. MMWMVTC Grayson, camo next nnd they were, folSHC! WIILE, KY. -- An I nBlUh nnd Class- ar" Buy your Bchool book a nnd pcliool . iuvm lowed by Mr. Bailey with his daughter, uiuuai !'...1B' . .; '..is. j JiLlIf l I of all klmU nt A. K. l'onny's. Tiik people nru getting grunt bargains S &WYi W KJ FJ CtH I'reWtes r WelU c . W. T. POYNTEB. Mn. W.S. Wauukn nnd wife and Mrs tho bride, on his nrrn. After some well i Watches, clockn nnd jowolry repaired nt Penny's in watches, clock?, jewelry IliiicH, 81 yeara old, hove just roturned oxecuted evolutions at tho chancd, tho nnd warranted. Kngnivitiv ft Hpcclalty, nnd Hllvorwnre. from Itussoll county, making tho 75 contracting portiea took their places nt A. It. ronny'a. miles in a buggy. Mr. Warren brought facing thonudionce, nnd Elder W. E. a W o( Drue, Modlcines, Tub Indent Block r. Wkddino presents in new and novel a sweet potato with him from Mr. Sam nnd Elder W. L. Williams who stood l'oritimury, ViAnXn nnd Wall I'npur Ht Thli WBtaifcufai Wfai- fourth historic college, tho oldest A.M. Penny's. Prescriptions a Mpecla- l- deaigna with prices to suit your pocket. Dickinson to us that is 3 feet, J inch by hia sido nnd prayed nt the end of tli" west of tho AllcKhnnlc?, opens Its soventy session heptembor 1.1th. ty. .truriy i,suu Aiumui, ii.wu tta .. " .. . .. Danks, tho jeweler. beautiful Episcopal service, in which Selentllln nnd Eloctivo. Amntif smuonts ouucntcu Throo full coursen. Clnsslcnl. long and sir inches in circumference. , iwomy-iou- r Aiumui TJ. S. Sonntors, uoucro I'resiuoms, lleprpsent.itlvos In Conirress, llvo sovon Governors oi tlio ring is used, bound tho happy hearts twenty-Ilv- o PERSONAL POINTS; Wk aro receiving our Inrgo stock of G. L Pk.nny, Worshipful Master of iudissoluhly.rho impressive ceremony States, two most prosperous V. 8., ono Justlco of V. S. Supromo Court. Tho nast In Its history. Twelvo professors lu faculty, Gov. oir was tho fall goods this week. Will all bo iu by tho Stanford Lodge of Masons, who went over, county. Cor- - W. G. Welch has returned from tho brido and groom, preceded by Kntt, Dr. loumfntM wnrrnll. Xo liquors sold In thoIir. C. young, Danville, Ry catalogue-anftirt hi r InforinattJn. address Jicv. the lrtflt of tho weok. Call and oxamine. to tho meeting of the Grand Lodgo in tho little girl nnd boy Bcnttering roses, Iho World's Pair. Louisville on his wheel, made tho trip, passed out by tho centre aisle,' followed L. M. WjwTKUKiKi.t) in upending a few Soveruncu A Son. 101 miles, iu 11 hours and 35 minutes, by tho attendants, ushers nnd tho famidays with his folks at Pnrksvllle. I I'ay 20 cents for egga and 25 cents Mr. E. W. Uaydbn, of Providence, is for fresh, yellow butter, ltetnembor my after aking a reasonable time for din- ly. Tho music, which had been low ner. For an amateur this is an unbeat- andooft during the ceremony, broke with his sister, Mrs. W. G. Welch. large stock of Biioll boota nnd winter en record. Mrs. I... F. Hurra an, of Lexington, clothing nt lest) forth afresh at its conclusion and tho than cost for cash. J. K. was tho gueat of Mrs. K. 0. Walton. Vnnnrsdnle. Tiik committee awarded tho pauper march out of the church was by LohenMiis. 1)ui)I.ky Bowman, of Mercer, at practice to Dr. W. B. O'Banuon in tho grin's. Has come and now is the tune to prepare for the .chilly blasts of winI will give ib reward for tho return of wedding. tended tho Gregory-Baile- y They were then driven in carriages to Stanford precinct nt f 124 and the jail at , Mns. Ophelia Tiiomi-sonof Louisvlllo my whito pointer bitch, both ears red the home of the bride, where an elegant ter. The merchant who sells you the best goods for the least money $18; Dr. J. D. Pottus, Crab Orchard preb isltlng hor Bister, Mra. E. T. Itoches-te- r. and red spot in forehead, wart on left Becinct, flOO; Dr. Hugh Koid, Walnut lunch in seven courses, served by is now your best friend. The body must be clothed for winter. aide. Shu loft or wns Htoleu from my Giicher, of Danville, was enjoyed and fore sending away to foreign markets and paying large commissions let Flat, foO; Dr. L. B. Cook, Hubble, 45; llsv. AM) Mits. A. V. SiZEMOitr. nro homo Thursday night. II. I). Philips. Dr.T. B. LowiB.Turnorsville, GO; Dr. J. discussed till tho clock reminded tho us heg ol yon to examine home stocks. Ours will please the most the Baptist Aaaociation nt happy crowd that railroad trains do not C. Fowi.su had tho body of his T. Morris, Highland, $70. Dn. fastidious in every department and we only ask for a show as against wait for anybody. sou, Charley, removed to another lot in Mn. and Mns. Matt Woodson, of The bride, who is a stately beauty, any and all competition. Look at our Dress Goods stock, our Un3 Dk. Williams is again looking thro' Buffalo Cemetery, Wednesday, and ia Middleaboro, aru tho guests ' 0. J tho bars of the county jail. He was re- was exceedingly lovely in white faille derwear, our Hosiery, our Gloves, our Table Cloths, Napkins and preparing to havo a nice mouumont Crow nnd wife. cently released from the samo establish- silk, en train, with lace and pearl trimplaced over tho grave. Towels. Our CLOAK stock is one of HitmiiT Fkhhill has already got an an ment under $100 bond to keep tho peace mings. Sho woro a veil nnd carried siRnment nt n distillery near Beatty villo Tiikhk suems to have been somn towards his family in particular and ev- bride roses. Highly cultivated and acwith pay of f I a day. about tho World's Fair rates. Thoy erybody in genornl, but ho had not been complished, she is known and loved far Mns. Makv Owens is very ill of nheart have llnally been reduced to $7 for the at homo long beforo ho tried to annihinnd wido for her many graces of mind trouble nnd denth is expected at any round trip from Iouisvillo, good any late thowholo of his household, nnd ho nnd heart nnd Stanford's loss ia time, film la past 715 nnd very feublo. day nnd to return by Nov. f. gain. wns accordingly placed where ho can Kkv. J. M. Uiiuck, of Glasgow, epont The bridesmaids wero young ladiea of Ever opened in the city and our Shoe and Clothing Stock is one of neither get whisky nor play hades. Tiik last hope that some credulous inWednesday night with Mr. nnd Mrs. P Our Clothing was bought from unusual beauty and looked charming in the best and cheapest ever offered. dividuals may havo eutortained that MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. II. Danks, en route to tho Statu Associa-toFrench organdies nnd laco trimmings. parties who were forced by the hard times ' Mr. M. I). Elmoro would tear down the nt Lebanon. A long courtstilp ended Wednesday Each carried a largo bouquet of pink old rat harbor ho bought of the McUob-ert- s It is easier to print the names of thoco roses. estate, baa gono glimmering. The when Mr. John II. Kirby, of Lancaster, of the West End who did not attend the Tho groom is a lawyer iu fino pracand Miss Mattio VanDeveer, daughter of marriage than thoeo who did, ho wo givo painter and tho carpenter aro at work Mayor and Mra. D. W. VanDeveer, tice and u gentleman of the highest were on it nnd tho youngett child in town up tho latter job. joined heart nnd hand nt Dr. Powell's standing in hia section. Ho lins chosen will not live to seu tho old pile rased. Mrs. 0. 0. Oivknh, who wan to church in Louisville. It was not ex- wisely and well and if both keep invio- Business and the money told the tale. Come and we will divide our .Sue Las late tho vows they took upon themselves Mies Nan Tin: reunion of the 100 graduates of actly a runaway marriage as there wns they aro bound to be very happy. May profits with you. Wc can sell you a Comfort from 75c up; a Blanknnd others to tho Fair, hacked out after no especial objection to its consummaCrab Orchard Keley Curo was a pro. rending the accounts of tho great crowd the Bun always shine aa brightly upon et from 90c per pair up; a Cloak from 1.00 up; a pair of Shoes from uounced buccpm The. banquet was tho tion. They thought it more romantic them aa it did the day they were united there nnd in Chicago. that way and they carried out their 75c up; a Dress from 5c per yard up and Ladies' Underwear from Mns. Ellen Swkkts, of Elizabeth- - most comprehensive ever spread in this plana by MIsh VanDeveer going to Lou- and may they live aud love to a ripe old up. Undershirts for men from 25c up, and our Overcoats and Gun age. town, Mjh. James Ingram, of Louisville, section of tlie Statu nnd Propriotor fairly outdid himself. Tho isville Tuesday morning and Mr. Kirby better than it has ever been and we shall continue Mr. and Mrs. Gregory left on the 1 Clothing is nnd Mrs. Margin Cosby nnd son, Jumes Hofmnnn Baud furnished tho music and followingtho next morning aud meeting W. Cocby, of Junction City, nro visit-inWe cordially invite all o'clock train for an extensive tour and to keep up our stock in every department. everything on tho vnried program wns there. Tho bride is a very lovely littlo will not bo at homo in Grayson till after Mrs. John 0. Hill at May wood. classes to come and see us. We are out for business. woman in every way, being pretty, acMn. ami Mns. Lovk Lillakd attended carried out handsomely and enjoyably. complished and vivacious, nnd her hus- the 25th. A bridegroom at the Walnut street the marriage Wednesday nnd looked aa William Tuice, a trilling negro, broke band will find in her all and more than Baptist church at Louisville, Thursday happy as could m. They are just back imagination ho hna picinto tho houso of Fred P. Bishop, near in his fondest from their wedding tour which extendtured. He is a handsome nnd worthy night, created quite a commotion among ed through n largo portion of tho North- McKinney and atolo 5 20 in money and young gentleman of Lancaster nnd in ex- the largo audience by shouting in a perhaps other articles. Mr. Bishop spotwest and West tending congratulations wo wish them loud voice as tho bridal procession, Tiieiik were 17 tickets sold for the ted his man and finally found him hid every joy that life can bring with never moved down tho aisle, "Hero wo come!" He should have added like the fellow World's Fair excursion which pasted in tho weeds near John Murphy's. Ho a sorrow to cloud their pathway. failed to hero at 3 23 a m. yeoterday, but wo can hnd on a huge pistol, but ho Tho marriage of Mr. II. 0. Nowsom who, iu breaking a steer, put his own XT only learn the names of tho following un it, at the critical time. Ho was tried of Fayetteville, Tenn , to Miss Mannio head in tho other end of tho yoke. The who went J. W. Hayden. J.T. Embry, beforo Judge Varnnn Tuesday and held Alford, daughter of Mr. B. G. Alford, oc- steer took a notion to run and as tho Tom l.xckey, Charley Hayden aud It In f00 ball to tho circuit court. curred promptly at the appointed hour, pair (lew down tho road the man exW. (Jiveiis. composed of Misa- - Tuesday morning. A SKiiKNADiNo purty It Mas in tho claimed, "Here we come. D n our fool souls head ua." es Ueorgio Wray, Alico Holmes, Nora parlors of Mr. and Mrs. George I). CITY AND VICINHY. Moreland nnd Nettio Wray and Messrs. Wearen, uncle and aunt of tho bride, James V. Staton, of Brook ville, was IitJLK oysters at Zimmer's. W. B. Penny, Joo F. Waters, Tilden and was witnessed by a large crowd of elected Grand Master of Masonic Grand Tongs, Pokers, &c. Cook, Lawrence Diukenspoil, Tom Yea-ge- friends. There were no attendants, but Lodge of Kentucky. Nnw candles at A. A. Warren's. Gill two littlo (lower girls, Misses Janio and Jess Wearen, Chailey Carson, " Cooper, Gahe Lackey, Carroll Shanks, Hottio Wearen, came into tho parlor Muci) spices at A. A. Warren's. NEW ADVEliTlHEHKNT. George McBoberts, George Dunn, took with thn couple nnd stood with them Foit Bent. Cottage on Enat Main at. in the town Wednesday night and mado during the ceremony, which was perHarvey Helm. some excellent vocal and instrumental formed by Bov. W. L. Williams, who had performed a liko service for tho CaNOI'Y phaeton for sale. MIph Ixltie music. CosT for the Next bride'a parents. The bride was attired I Will Sell at Helm, Stanford. creditTiisuk being objections by tho 30 Days as in a becoming traveling suit and immefino roasted coffee in bulk at ors to her qualifying without security Extra slock oJU;ooU of I). (... SUujhter.de-cea.eAND executor of her husband's estate, Mrs. diately after tho ceremony tho happy Tnc entire hU Morehouse in the town o( Crah OrFarrisA Hardin's. pair were driven to Junction city to chard, at This u a. large ' well Assorted Ky. D. G. Slaughter waived her right and stocL ot KOOU, M new, consisting or Kvkiiytiiino in the jewelry lino cheap got It. H. Bronaugh to qualify as admin- take tho Cincinnati Southern for tho for cash at Penny's. istrator, which ho did Wednesday, with groom'a home, where ho ia n young an d Dry Goods, Clothinp;, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, FurDr G. W. Bronaugh as security. Mr. prosperous merchant of high standing. Nitwlotof .eigler booUand shoes juat Bronaugh will begin Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. niture, Groceries, &c. to sell out Tho brido ia a very lovely young lady received at S. H. Shanks'. Wo and deserves n good husband. the large Btock nt cost and continue to Corneal once and secure bargains. join her many friends in wishing for her oh Kb:t. Besidenco occu- do so for the next 30 days. Tho stock is For Sale GOES all tho happiness that congenial conpied by Jno. J. Mcltoberts, on Main st. yery comprehensive, as will be seen by jugality can bring aud a final reunion be- At first cott. Kememhcr that the fint to come is on this reference to tho advertisement Miss Llccie BoBzley. the first served yond tho river. " 6 H it 11RONAUGH, Admr. I'"1'- . Giikoouy Bailey. One of the handHuntkhh. A complete line Attention aa most of tho people of the town somest mid moat elaborate weddings that , Just riiloi-loaded shells, hunting of guns, were preparing to enjoy "tired nature's over occurred in Stanford waa solemnDay or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. ooats, nil nt bottom prices. W. B. sweet resloror, balmy sleep," Tuesday ized at tho Christian church, WednesR. D. BRUCE night, tho young men took a notion to day, when Mr. Hiram Doylo Gregory, Fence audit is Is Accnt (or the Jones Lock Lost. Cow 6 years old, light rud and havo a hop at Walton's Opera House of Grayson, and Mies Louise Bailey, tirtuouncil by tho Karners toWire the best Wire he waighB about 1,000 pounds. Left my and hunting up the man who carries tho hence in the world; no cutting, no snagging; pig Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bailey, tight anil bull slmug Cail ou I M Ilruce at place on the 10th. Libornl reward. M. key, w'oro soon lost in tho dreamy were made ono after God'a holy ordi- Stanford or aildrtss It I) Uruce a Dan.ille, Ky F. Elkln. waltz. Thorn worn about 20 couples nance. The church had been beautifulYou can go to Now Orleans via tho present nnd Hying feot kept timo to tho ly decorated by tho willing hands of tho a local orchestra (J A C. and L. S. on tho 2tlth nnd 27th music fumiHlied by friends of tho bride, headed by Mrs. I well. Tho dnnco was in honat low intoa on account of tho Southern which did Brown, whoso artistic tasto in O JvUU ctnti. UU imiiiui. lul. ki e. btat?. or of several young ladies from Ilustoti-vill- e, such mattors ia known wherever she ia. Ol tll !(lll"t lu l p Amateur Athletic Union. o ii Miaixlirik' uihI vm)i instrmue! ill. ,1 i. ..!.'utt iiimihetiio'teietfaimimii- lal- Jxj who were drawn here by tho $ Two tall columns of evergreens, en- p,,, i .. , u cottago of three rooms, . inT iii .iiuik HHirinnie i i'i'iiii'!' .i' Fon Bknt.-tof tho young lady who was former- twined with golden rod, had been erectii i. iiicMiiilliiliicer, l'ailerel Q r sitkitchen and collnr, wtth good cibtorn; Everybody ed and wero connected by '! ly ono of their number. t'i i' t ini.iiut, Aiieiia I'atll. mid Mr. W ribbons, from I).. a iirtctiilt, thtt iKipular boautr. Ail- uated on Lancaster street. Inquire nt eeoined to enjoy tho occasion and it was OHK llCSICAI. rtr. t all .mini, to NKW a vepctable compound, which swung two heart mado of bride's hi UU. Ilruiui.i Tliwvtre llullillor. . . f entirely of roots and herbs Hinirins & Watts' coal oilice. reluctance that thoy left tho scene roHes, aud under them tho marriage with from the forests of i t,. i.ir.l liiwftxtiiris and hunt at 1 a. M. vows wero taken. Tlio pulpit waa u Georgia, and has been used by millions TO OURES NOTHENG BUT PILES. of people with the best results. It ers uro muking big preparntions to raid Tu republican senatorial convuntion, inivH of cut tlowcra nnd potted plants, of which on tho quail and phensnnt, held hero Wednesday, was mostly at- while ferns and palma formed a frame A SURE and CERTAIN CURE there nro said to bo very many. known for 10 years as tho BEST tended by Casey county people, who to thoj door of tho baptistry behind, AND LINCOLN COUNTY. REMEDY FOR PILES. came to present tho name of J. 0. Lay which was mado to look liko fairy laud. fr.ir4 bj Uiri(lRI0 UltlKltK CO., f.T. 10 US. Tiik citv council ia in a stow over how All manner of Blood diseases, from the Thanking you lor your liberal patronago for Ice election, nnd it for tho Senate in tho lSth district. Af- Tho musiciana wero in this room and pestiferous little boil on your nose to 1 hold the municipal t continuance last tunii, I respoctfully ter tho eloctiou of Capt. Win. Horndon wero Mra. A. G. Huflman, organ, Mr. ilurlng tho coining season. requt-s- iti expect all to the worst cases of inherited blood Imleed will take n Philadelphia lawyer to - Hufi'man, cornet, B. II. Danks, violin, u hi the taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, of words miBcalled tho aa chairman and B. G. Alford aa aecrotathat jumblo BUT IX Ql'lUTT. DOST IX qi'lSTITT. ry, Dr. Wesley, of Casey, moved tho nnd S. T. Cook, baso violin. Both rooma MANUFACTURED ICE, Catarrh and election law. ii tlio brilliant elecnomination of Mr. Lay nnd aftor second- were darkened and If so you aro ing speeches by tho chuirman, G. M tric light thoBceuo was one of rare beau AiiKyouftcloaobuvur? For thro rwson" Firt, It is raailo by a home Second, the Ice is absolutely and wo aro looking for. Wo liko DaviBon and G. W. Gentry, ho wna ty. Tho bridal party waa half an hour Institution. pure, belnjc maJe from spring water, tho porson cht'inlcally Trcatiseon Blood and SkinDiease mailed our belt unanimously nominated. A short horao lato and when it entered Mendels- which is hrst distilled and then carefully filtered Co , Atlanta, Ga, ircc. Swift to soil to close buyora. They are beluj; fruien. Third, Artificial Ice will last elore epidemic Ice. customors and our fall nnd winter btock ia soon curried nnd tho convuution there- sohn's inarch broke fortli ,in Mveet much longer than pond during Fourth, an and noththe Near of cholora is looked lor misa a salo. spread this disease as ia so complete wo never ing ia so apt to produce fore waa Boon over. Tho nominee ia a strains. uaherfl, Messrs. 0. E. Tate aud J. impure water or ice. Fifth, it will bej for yourself. Hughes A school teacher nnd hits had little or no Tho Comoaudaeo Tate. experience in politics, though he ia said W. Baughman, wont down tho left and Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l your Doors to be a man of considerable ability. The W. S. Huffman mid Bledsoo Bailey tho K. ok II. -- Every member of Hope J. M. PETTY, aislo. Tho attendants wero Misses notified to attend following gont'omen ropresonted Casey: right Every morning at tho lollowing Prices: Lodge No. 10 ia hereby Humphrey, Mitchell Taylor, E. Jessie Cook and Will Lillard, Lizzie W. T. Hns lotl all Worm Rcmcdlos, 40c per hundred. The Gun Maker at Lancaster, will be in Stanford tho regular meeting to bo held this, G. Wesley. Dr. I. C. Drye and P. M. Mcltoberts, Nan Baugh- For ioo pounds or over d.iy of oacli month tor the purpose of Ki'ttinR EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Oct. 20. An important L. Coiley, Dr. J. 4C per hundred. ono For jo pounds to ioo evening, repairs. Work left at the Myeis House or Mack Bichard-aoman and Dr. Fayetto Duniap, Anna For to to 50 pounds.. joe per hundred. Huffman's will Uc ent te him and will rectite SOIVD KVEItYWIIKKE. is to bo discussed. Dye, Dr. W. T. Garner, J. It. tho changoin prempt attoatwii. Old gun or pUtels made srood rifi.iJ b nuiunDsov mini lis to., bt. tons. Q. 0. Godby, James Gibbony, Wy-a- Boid and Carroll Bailey and Lizzio Bright N less than to ponndsideliverrd. of tho Lodge. A. A. Warren, as new. By order E. nilEMEK. I0 nnd Uarry Hocker. Tho lady passed up Judd and George Statou. Iteporter. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - sup-pliu- a Tiik knobs nro full of cbeatnuts nnd they nre being brought in in largo quan A hot box put tiiu pasaonger in prot-t- y titles. Into yesterday afternoon. corrnnpomlent, who Oun Middle-burknown whereof ho nllirms, s.iyB that An elegant lino of wedding prosont would'be Senator Lay is tho comuioneEt very chuap nt A. It. iny'u. kind of a common school teacher. PerOam. nnd nee that lino of heating haps, however, tonching is not Uro, fctovt'a at W. II. Wearen A Co.'h beforo Lay's forte. He wan evidently cut out buying. for law making. Danks, tlio C jowe'r;i' kooJs. CENTRAL ..!' I'lA YH' n"-T I - iihivehsity 5 1 i :1 li m si a aiz'y-uiii- 'f,J. M t" El-li- nf NTRE .... Divine, &y ... r wmiiimwiim I.eb-auo- n. n .A'J mie-tak- e Gray-Bon- 'a n TO CLOSE chnp-eron- Sc to-da- y g Lam-pate- r HUGHES & TATE. yrrn ICilJ EATING $nriTM&Yinn OlUU!' .ffidK! m m Stove Pipe, Elbows, Zinc, Goal Hods, Shovels, r, 1 M'KINNEY BROS. 1TOTICS. d DEO briSa BOOKS, SCHOOL : SUPPLIES Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Wo Bo MGdM.(0)B1II!M'TB9 R'S m to-da- y EVERYTHING r T Attention, Farmers. ' Pa-mel- IE I. II i :es si i .- , mi-.l- - mnr-riag- i A -- jvv Bv jiHiv Jim UGKEYJ DC . i to-da- y Sr.rrM.vniwWWWfQS Purely OINTMENT The People of Stanford 1 1 con-atru- o SKIN CANCER 1 GUSTS BEPASRED. t white's mtm I FUOE FOR 20 YEARS Fri-da- y n, by-la- ws tt "i k ,. - yi SUUUmSU niwi irrrn in ryTf.'r , Ijc i.yta.r; rfcMrgaWnSwrjM 5 Friend. WAULACEBE. VARNON, THE IDEAL KITCHEN. Litilu Johnny I pot 'qunintetl with Is a candidate for JEI.LICO, TKNNKSSKK, Strayed Irom my farirT'near Gilbert! Creek on to the office of Coun Ho likes to ty Judge; subject to tho action of democratic par- the night of tho 11st, a pel yearling, black hone in it Electricity Tnkn the I'lnco of Wood, a nlco little boy mule. Liberal reward will be given for hit return Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. po to scnool over so much, and ho ty. anil Coal Published Evory Tuesday and Friday O II l'FRKINS, tome. lrvtna lllu f insi?rir,r nnjl his faco Is al- AT . v........, 61 31 .. Creek, Ky Tho remark was made recently by a Gilberts $U PER, YlCAJilN" ADVANCE housekeeper, that when tho last buck- ways ciean. JAMES W. GIVENS The best hotel In the city and the ouly one with a sample room fer drummers et of coal for hentinp nncl cooking Mother I am glad you like him. Kipccia attention WWhen not sopa,td S2.50 will be charged. Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, sub. to the traveling publit Kates. purposes had been brought Into tho "And ho hardly .ever, misses his jeet to the action ot the Democracy. house and the last bucket of ashes car- lessous, and ho studies liko ried out, she 6hould feel that the milQ. P. HUFFMAN A Fino Bluo-Crns- s Farm K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD. Tax-F&yor- a. "llo is a pood boy." lennium had arrived. This remark Within one mile "And he's polito to everybody, and Is n candidate for Jailer, subject to the action oi 60 acres corn of Stanford, containing 100 acres; was called forth by a conversation on land Improvements Train Hires Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning The iSrtj Taxes are now past due and will be the Democratic party He would appreciate your the subject of tho uso of gas and elec- always lifts his hat to the minister." Klectric lights and water In house and barn. at 5:20 p.m. c.llccled in tho Sheriffs oflice at the vote. K T, ROCHKSTKU, Apply to aud by special appointments ai prescribed by the tricity in place of coal. Tho former "I hope you will learn from him." Stanford, Ky L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. new revenue law Deputy Sheriff 0. I' New is used In many kitchens with preat "Ycs'm. . lie's gettln' up a Hoys' land will be in Crab Orchard every Saturday. I JOHN M. JOHNSON or my deputy will be In my ofTue at all times and satisfaction, but tho latter, as yet, Iteadin' and Sraokiu club. May I 11 7 pm Mail train going North Is a Candicate for Assessor of Lincoln county South 113pm is too expensive for common uso and Join?" Good News. JOHN II. DcNARIH , at HuitonvilIe.Wayneiburg and other notices. at1 ofpoints ten as advertised by Sheriffs official ... it s pm subject to the action ol the Democratic party. Express train " South he requires special attachments for new form of Sheriff's North-..- .., hat rendered .....311 Am Carriage Painter and',kTrimmor, it impossible lor us to cativast for taacsthit year, Tlio Ones In Hunger. 36 a m usinp. Local Freight North ,....9 at we have heretofore dene; to alt tases will be ,ao;p m .. "Tho robbers havo got a good start. South.... A. GIVENS All kind, of vehicles painted trimmed and re This Utopia looked forward to by Tha lattr trains aUo carry pattengers style. I'Um and ornamental collected strictly in conformance to the new revepaired in nue law. Kvery tliis lady lias been realized in some in- but tho detectives aro after them." whoielax remains unsubts a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, Th above is calculated on standard tim. Solar Signs Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman"Aru they well mounted?" after November ul property or ject to the action of the Democratic party. stances even now, and is an actuality. ime is about so minutes faster. ship and price Shop on main street. overjWm. paid advcrtiied without will And hisnoilce. lands further Th "Who? Tho detectives?" Paugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky, All of tho cookinp in the Minnesota financial crisis which now exists makes I fab"--" "No. Tho robbers." QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. solntely necessary that I collect every dollar of club hou.se. at St. PauL is dono bv KINK FARMER the 1891 can not espect that "Yes, but tho detectives aro better Irom electricity, and tho members are enTO COAL, BURNERS lenient taxes, as Ihas heretofore routed help to be the Hanks which me Trains pass Junction City as follows: Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to tho action or mounted." with the Ux payers, i'leatt profit by this thusiastic over tho superior manner in No. t Vestibule Limited, 11.50 the democratic party. 01 Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity; and settle at once. Keipectfuliy, "irm! Well, thoj-T-i escape." a. m ; No. j , Chicago Limited, a.jc a. m.; No. 5.1 which electric heat docs tho work. J N. MKNErT.E.S. L. C. "Who? Tho robbers?" Kapresi. is 17 a. m.; No. 7., Local, Tho heat beinp distributed New Orleans Having made arrangements with the Kast Ten evenly in ij.ij p. m.; No. o , Mue Grais Vestibule, 8.40 p. tho various "No. Thodctoctives." Chicago TribG. W. DEBORD (.0. I am now prepared to sell ncsse Jellico utensils, tho cooking is M. you Telllro Coal at the lowest possible mar North bound. -- No. a, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 evenly done and tho flavors retained, une. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject lo the action ol gin. una lint ty paying casn ana scuing lor THE P. MILLINERY. p. m.; No. Fast Mail, a. 51 p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga-g- o cheater, so come and see me the Democracy, cash I can sell An Important Occasion. Limited, s.17 a. m., No. 8., Local, a.55 a. in.; while the Inconvenience is reduced to a and sec how little money will buy your Winter 6 a m. No. 10, Klne Grass Special, Unclu Ebony I's glad you's in, sah, minimum. supply ot tnts coal, tne best on me market. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a HI. F. EL.KIN, Call at the Georpo Foster Pcabody, of Brooklyn, causo I want to borrer youah cycloroom and tee the cintlouancc of same, I am respectfully yours, N. Y., lias dispensed with coal entire- pedias, and a few dictionaries, and S D ADAMS. Rowland. subject to the action Is a Candidate for Assessor, Largost and Boat Soloctod ly, and all household operations aro any other nloo big booksyou can sparu, of the democracy. Stock now performed by electricity. Tho sah. D. S. CARPENTER, Employer Goodness met And you've house is lighted by electricity, warmed Of Millinery in town, The goodt and pricei are BRIGHT JNO. by electric heaters, and cooled in sum- brought a wheelbarrow, I see. What At the welt.known old stand ot J. 11. Green, in bound to pleat you. 10 MKS. V T, COURTS. mer by electric fans: the cookimr is on earth do you want of them? Is a Candidate for Assessor, subjcctlto the action Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky, Undo Ebony Very impo'tant oc- of the Democratic party. done and all water heated by electricity, and the work of ironlnp is rendered casion, sah, very impo'tant. Dinah Would be clad to see his numerous iricndt and show themliis stock of goodt comiitlng of FurniE. D.KENNEDY, easy by tho use of electric irons, no and mo wants to hunt up a namo foh ture. Saddlery, Hardware, iiufglei and farming longer "sad." Whenever power is need- tho baby, sah. X. Y. Weekly. to the office of As. Implcmenti. Give him a call. Is a candidate for NICHOLASVILLK, Jessamine County, Ky.. ed, electric motors nrocinplot'ed, as for seisor. of Lincoln County, subject to action of the l'oor Consolation. democratic party. running ti sewing machine or in laun....STANFORD., itf "Really, my dear," said poor Mr. m P f. dry operations. ESTATE Pecked to his better half, "you havo IBANCE AGENT, W.L.DAWSON, I!""," FEED AKD SALS STABLE, sadly disappointed me. I once considMsolately HANDKERCHIEF CASE. ered you a jewel of a womau, but It a candidate for jailer, subject. to the action ol Room 5, Farmers Exchange Itank. -A New Dercn Mn!e of ItlrrJi Itnrlc ami you'vo the democracy. At John Mjnelee's new brick on Depot stieet, by turned out only a bit of Colored million. paste" A cream of tarter baking powA very novel handkerchief case can Stock, Grain, Market and TobacW. RAMSEY, JOHN BAILEY, "Then, my love." was tho reply, der. Higest of all in leavening be made of birch bark. Jb will require "console yourself with tho idea that Is a co Farms in tho Bine-Gras- s for jailer, tubject to theHaction of Whowill stall times be glad to accommodate all candidate strength. Latest United States six strips twclvo inches long, and paste is very adhesive, and will stick the old Jtflersonlan democracy. My 'Ilutjwill with good rigs at reasonable rates. twelve six inches long. Wenv these to you as long as you live." S Always for salt. Alio Timber Lands in the mounmeet all K.C. trains. Government Food Report. Iloston in and out, basket fashion. Line with Olobe. tains for sale. Corrvtpondence solicited. BOYAL!BAKINGPOWDER CO., 6ilk over a layer of scented wadding. $'" B. MERSHON.. Si'LKNDID t'AHM JOHN Not Jlrr 1'ault. 100 Wall St., Now York. "I don't see why It takes llertio so Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Sale Cheap Privately. H. BAUGHMAN, m long to icarn to taut," saiu tno young the Democracy. A. S. PRICE, twill tell privately mother, nnxiously. "I spend hours TIRE AND STORM SURGEON DENTIST. W. W. HAYS, every day trying to tench him. HVsa My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, Office over McRoberts Drug Store in;the n its 'ittlo Doesn't muz-zc- r It a candidate lor alter, tubject lo the action 01 AGENT' Owsley Building. dess do ever'sing sho tan to det it the dciunciacy. Mtuated ii miles South of Stanford. This farm Stanferd. high tUte of cultivation and hat plenty of hina to Turn to its muzzerl o acres. Has water All in grais doucyduckums! Wlddle-com- o PETER HAMPTON, the47best olbest of improvements butrjanioru, t Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; the very -W. W. Il.13, tl biddlccomo Tozo C. X). 01 Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; U candidate Its pitty 'ittle eyes now and go b'eepyl" thea democtacy. for jailer, tubject to the action Chicago Tribune. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; GEXTERAIi Sale ! Ins. Co. of North America. Thq Arrow. M. OWENS, SAM LOGAN AVENUE, Semi-Weekly Interior Journal & rv-v- l.-, Johnny's New Sjfry MuIq. Th.o Florence Hotel, to-da- For Sftlo or Rent. nrst-clat- everj--thing.- " TO All s. cnurt-huu- se Sj-i- book-keepi- J. first-cla- er HSouth-bounJ- .- al 1 t a pott-offic- e 40-j- 'M kw J. T. FAHRA, I Bakiacr 47-(- rowaer M Fure mat-Irimon- ial J. Pro'r., 4r(3k For J. footsy-tootsic- s! INSURANCE talk3-walky yl FOWEX.X., STORE, .- Popsy-wops- flddlc-dc-de- ol Fruit Trees For Stanford, TD-A-IIRTX- Kentucky, j.. NEAT nAJCDlTEnCinEF ss Alwavs'iellsl -- . . lower than any one else in eoods - ... .. - ... town flew siock 01 rruiis every rriuay. I abet an arrow Into tho air; It fell to earth. I know not where: But I soon found out I'm sorry to say- -It had lilUod a horse, and I bad to pay. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub ject to the action of the democratic I nmary. - Truth. FOUND OUT TOO LATE. Is a T. D. NEWLAND, candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, to the action of the democratic pnmiry. sub-ject ".. CASE. I will open on January iSth, tSat. a first-ClaDairy, Irom which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of fetinlord and How- land attne following prices, utnvereu: so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon to cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips dally. The patronage ot the public is solicited l'C IU.1, A O. A. Stanford, Ky gfiyr and ... 1 Notice to the Traveling Public, Th.o Sb.oltori House, repainted and nicely furnished and of the best 'have In the State, open day and night; anight man meett all trains. In connection with House have also one of the best Mineral wells in the fetati and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. r loyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. D. E. Proctor, C. H. Hraum, Mr. and Mrs T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs F. B.Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburi;. Katet JJ per day. J. M. f'etrey, clerk. Give me a call.Prop. I. W. CARRIER. qBoxy have bad..., M'Rovitnd in connection with Hotel one THE London, RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. F. B. KILEY.lProprletor, "I'm six and you are only four," said I have moved to ray new Hotel and am battel Jlessie, loftily, to her little sistor rillc, prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience de and then added in a still more aggrawed. Give me a call, joii vating tone, "nnd when I was font FRANK RILEY. T7 I waa you wore only two, ami and cook hlowly for ton minutos, anil two you were nothing butwhen dust." can. If bevcral jnrs aro to bo canned, "Vi." v..T,nrt.nl lt.ill.v kri.fi,1l,. nil tho fruit should be boiled in tho ,.and if becn' tt mU(1 puddle I'd KY, ROWLAND, same water, and this water saved to ' splashed ni you, so I would." Harper's HARDWARE, boil the skins for jelly IN GROCERIES, DEALER Young People. with a bow of ribbon. Tho whole case is to bo bound with narrow ribbons, which may bo stitched on, IMnk, blue or yellow form pleasing1 contrasts with the silvery grays and tvoft browns of e the bark. satin ribbon, of contrasting colors, can bo woven in liko manner. OHvr and ntnlr fir.. especially pretty, as arc also golden brown and yellow. American Agricul- turist. To Ireserv r Quince. Pare, quarter and core tho quinces and throw them into cold water. Save the paringsand knotty pieces for jelly, being careful to reject the cores and seeds, ns they prevent tho liquid from jellying. When you havu ptired to make one or two jars, take them from tho water and put into the preserving kettle; cover with boiling water, bring to a boil quickly, then stand on the back of the range, where they will cook slowly, until they can be pierced with a straw. While they nre cooking, put tho sugar and some water into another kettle, allowing pound of sugar and a half pint of water for each pound of fruit. Stir the htigur until dissolved, then boil find skim. Lift the quincos from the water and put them into the syrup luch-wid.sutJI-cient turn one cornor back, fastening it T. J. MATCHER It a Candidate ftr Jailer of Lincoln county and atks his friends not to commit themselves to any one elte, as he is forced to ttsy at home and work. Hit candidacy it subject to the action ol the Democratic party. THE OLD At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one miUWett We have ss fine a of Kinesvllie, Lincoln county stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, and readr Icr transplanting into orchtrd Peachegarden will thitl' all Orchards of Apples and per hundred. be assorted 10 suit cuitomers at Jio The trees are nice, the varietlet the belt. Every thing needed to maice noma aurai.i" children happy will be found here tot circulars J. A. McKKE A CO., Ky. addrett Kingtville, e4 All of which are firit-cls- it CompanWi. I would be pleased to wait o nmr friends in thit tins. Pot. telet promptly ittucd. Will inture artlntt tornadoes, wind ttormt and lightning Lightning clans etaltached without additional charge Of&ce at Firit NaUonal Hank, Stanford. i. THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., km mmm On the night ot August 1 stolen. $25 REWARD. rd JOSEPH COITFEY, Pro'r. at to not only maintain its high renutalito, but to add to in ten j lilt ol friends. Special accecomods. uonsfcr commercial travelers and fine rootnt.for Ihsdlipkiy ef taroplet. JAlFlrst-Clnaj7-tl yb I -- w l2s be- Jl, iSsj, a Hone, Iluck-boaand Harness were stolen Irom ray stable In Stanford, Ky The Morse it a Chetnut Sorrel, about ten ycartold, white in face, about ichandt high, white feel, bad wind pull on right hind leg; ne iwtusoiiu n. iiuc SAM 11. WARNACK, Pror. rather tnin in order red running gear with black body. bar -- KENTUCKY. The tpringt, collar harnett nearly new.of Dutch , th prop, I will give ! reward lor roverr M. F KKlN, anil rftirtllfthfHl and mererr way pre. erty. T!lt.lattend the wants oi the public Kates ji Stanferd, ky. pared to In my charge and I intend to conduct it so Thit Hotel, renovated and lurnithsd, it now JACKSOIT HOUSE, London, s Saloon JOSF.PH COFFKY. Atd UILLIARDand POOL ROOMS attached lieved datof ole Swipsey. He died las' week wid water on de brain. Stale Mufflns An' to t'ink dat wo once recognized dat feller as a fren'l It's too much, Willie. Judge. A Rambl'ng Willie I'd never havo very reasonable. m PUBLIC SALE. de-'- I ?X' fs tZl A Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., CLLJJ -- cfl Miners and skippers ef the r.KNUINK Wrrril Creditor' riillrvioitliy. As Administrator we will on jf the ette ol L D. Garner, 'Jim V W Original Jellico Coal. Try u. We are the tele agents lor Stanferd Jand ol Depot ttrett and.raiU K.wlad. Ulhce rwadcrotiisg. 6 II 100 INS A WATTS. i.rar I'm glad Smythe never pakl tne'bac.k The liver lent In days of yore, DocauHe, had ho dono no, tKirehanoe, I might uavo lent hltn many more Harper's llaxar. .Sllltrful. Saturday, October 28th, Commencn at io o'clock, ell to the htchett bidder at the Ul residence of nid decedent the ful low teg pruperty, Oaesplensld ou itallion, Denmark Chief, work Mulw, 4 Kroud liret in toal, a weanling Colts by Denmark Chltl, i yearling Killy by same, 1 veanliBi; Mule, work Mule, I yearling Mule. with lack (Wis. 4 JeflDelt. iinl lick. 1 IcniieUvearliag -- ATJack, i Cow aud I Jack, I Calf, i lot of stock Hogt, Farming Utensils, Ac. Shop, Allium of Jio and uaser cash Jesso Thompson's TeimsofStle in band, over that amount, credit of 9 months, negotiable and paynotes with approved security, arc three ol the belt Ilarbers in the State able at Farmers Hank ,V I'rutt Co ol Stanford, Ihere are alio cxcelU-n- t lUlh Rooms run In conThere will be required ot purchasers Agent lor Lexington Stttam Laundry. nection All persona hav.ng claims againtt the ettale of properly verified I. D. Garner will present them at required by law, and all pcriont indebted to W H MILLKlt. J II. SOWDER. the estate will pleas come lorward and wttle MRS. N A. GARNER, W i GARNKR, MILLER & SOWDER, Admrs J V Chandler Auctioneer 1 Commercial McKINNLY. KY I Hotel, one-ha- lf have Sought above menttoneiSHettl at inl have attached a Firct-Olac- a Bar and Pool Room. the Hotel aad J SI. HILTOZtST Barber Have repaired and refurnished am better thaa ever N Prepared to Accommodate tho Public. I Hpecia! w. That Scttlrd It. Various mothods of cleansing blanLaurence IJertio Iiashwood is enkets appear in tho newspapers with gaged to that pretty widow he's been them IPRICKS, periodical regularity. Among being attentive to so long. BTOCK. OF GOODS, the following hoH tho merit of Torrence That so? I never thought to his stock probably the least taxing Etc. He has recently added greatly to the he'd get his courago up. having no rent topayand no loss by bad debit and htxvngth and the most Laurence Guess she thought so too; he can telfyou goods cheaper than any body. Call physical ot Mits Mattie AlHaving secured tho and get his prices bef.re buying economical of any and at tho same and last tlmo they went with a party len from Cincinnati as services for this season, I S3 Trimmer Doalors and Brokers, time equal to any in eilicacy: Pour down to Manhattan, when they come cordially invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully - KENTUCKY selected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the STANFORD, into the tub half a pint of common to tho. tunnel sho hollered "Ouch!" times. The Mitset Webtter, of Indianapolis, have charge of the Drcts Making Department and arc household nmmonia, luying the blan- Judge. Office Interior Journal Iluilding now ready to serve the ladles. ket lightly over it, nnd immediately Having purchased the MISS LICCIE REAZLEY, A I'rotiablllty. Stanford, Ky. pour in enongh warm water to entireShe (wearilj') Yes, I'm engaged to ly cover tho blanket. This 6cnds the SALE. fumes of the ummonia through the three men, and they have each of them acrea on pike, t Fine Ulue Gratt Farm ol 3)! fibers of tho wool and loosens tho dirt given me a ring. Of J. W. Ramsey, lam Increasing thestockas and finely imprbveu. He What if all three should happen in a way which teems little short of and will soon have it f at aa.posslble marvelous. Tho blankets should then to call on you ut the sumo time? j. Farm of too acres, finely Improved. Offered at low prict. Par- be pressed and stirred about with a She Why, then, I'm afraid there stick till the water seems to have ac- would bo a circus with three rings in 3 100 acret t'jliurlian property, good land, can be divided into to . u lots; good houiu. quired its darkest hue, when a second it Urooklyn Life. I Call at my store on Lancaster street and I will tub of clear water of about the same snake it to your interest to trade with me. 4. Fine Illue Gratt Farm, excellently improved , DUcoursviilng to STAITFOX-Don pike, 105 acret temperature as tho first bhould bo Shr) You know, Reggie, girls W.C. HUTCHINCS. used in tho tamo way, after which tho are being called by tho namesthat flow-er- a Good acres, near R. R. station 5 Farm of of ' 3 blanket should be run lightly through blue grata land; email tenant house. now, and my sister suggested thut A. G. Lanham tho wrt nger and hung out to drj John II. Cattleman. 6. A farm ol Jio acreaj rookerately improved I should be callod Thistle. and well located near pike. Offered at a great Reggie O, yes, I see; because you Itnan Sachets for Drawer. bargain. To perfumo bureau drawers rose aro so sharp. 7. Illue Grass Farm of tjs acres, on pike. Is Sluj O no; site said It was because a sachets are most desirable. They may (airly improved. be made of chcotw cloth ot any thin donkey loved me. Boston Olobe. 8 to is. Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit material, in cream or white, tied with purchaser!. Fashion Note. narrow bright ribbons, or colors in Mr. Uppercrust say, acret of knob land with houso, 15. Thirty-twharmony with tho toilet draperies can Charles, why don't(to his ton) I dress you wear your on pike, iVt milct from btanford, be chosen. In aizo the eacnata should e acre fine farm wit't excellent not oxceed six inches in length and suit? 17. . imssii- -" Charles Not much. Tho lnst tlmo I llat mill, dwelling and other Improvements, on pike, & C ASTLEM A JS four in width. Fill them with potals woro ray dress Buit at a party a young 4 miles from Stanlord. B freshly gathered, as such a small lady offered mc to bring her a cup of 18. Splendid villige firm, orchard, store, &c. , MANAGERS, at a great bargain. quantity will not Deed drying, tho air coffee and bo quick about Thr.aa OILVERrVAKt circulating freely through and around Farm of 160 acres, good land, on pike, A Commerce Building, Louisville them. They may bo refilled bevcral Sittings. good bargain ai aj,joo. easy terms, quick sale d times during the season. It is much In tha Old Days. Agents throughout the South. Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt ia Larce blue grass larm. capable of divitron better to enclobo tho leaves In thi9 way Ilelle I was supcmely happy tho personal attention given to repair into smaller farms. Ueilrable In every partnu than to scatter them loosely through day I was sixteen. TRXBSLS, Local Agont, tho drawers as is frequently dono, for lJlanohe No doubt I've always in- work. One call will convince you lir. Offered low and on very easy terms, when they wither and dry up the re- sisted that tho last generation enjoyed that this is the place to trade. 15. For exchange for Kentucky pioperty-rf- e .STANFORD, KY. acret r;ood land in Kansas. Well located. sult is not pleasing. Margaret D. themselves much more than the Y. Sun. Brown, In American Farmer. -- Has moved into his new store at tho junction of pikes the Stanford A Crab Orchard and "Cut-oft- " at Rowland and Is now better than ever prepared to please the trade In both attention Hour to Clean Itlankctn. Commercial Men JOt (.AK.SON, Mauager. TO THE REAL -:- ESTATE Th.0 Poooq Valloy. Land from $ to $jo jer aero on 10 years time, at 6 per cent. Call on or address, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., Stanlord, Ky. 37-,- f'Thc fincit fruit belt of New Meslco. No fall ureincrnpt under irrigation if properly attended to. All frultt grown in California can be grown In New Mexico, eacepi oranget and lemons. COME to SEE ME. : Grocery Business PROPERTY FOR ITow Millinery. "My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has juit r turned Irom the cities with an clogaut Hue of millinery, embracing Complete in Every ticular. BANK , -:- THE JEWELER. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the season, of which the will have lull control. She alto engaged a Firt-Olas- s Dress-Make- r. Stock Most Complete ii ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Call and esamlne my stock of Millinery before buying and leave your order for your dresses, lnankingyou for past favors we toliclt tame. j MAKY DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. Insurance ARBEE Company iiliyiiiinMMlilP1'1'1 !a KT3hZ,"-SHlV- YEAGER & YEAGER, LIVEBY, o Ninety-thre- m AUD SALE E1Y. STABLE, it WR STANFORD, We;re Clockutd are well supplied with In our new stable In the Opera Houis ;new rigs and:horses; Have lien nurchiied and noibiagbut urnouts will leave Ihe stablo. fint-cla- ss ! ' Give them a Call. prcs-ent-- N.