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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893102401 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. V VJT e r- - EMI WEEKLY vol. xxi. BOBDITT AGAIN. McKINNEV.. CHURCH Interior Journal. NO. 68 AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1893. Nothing Egotistic About Him, Oh, Dcnr No l To the Editor Interior Joarnal.) 1'l.iRVIt.LKi 1JKI.I. CO., KY., Oct. Tho John Martin caso (or killing Mattio YontiK t Middlesboro, wai argued hint nlht by llobbitt and Judge Hhorur for the defendant and Judge 0. V. Riley nnd '0. Revs. Ben Helm and W. E. Arnold Humor has it that Jess Uout is soon Tho npw engine honse is completed to assume tho responsibilities of land- - bpgan a protrnctod meeting nt Mciveu-dre- e and is a hamhomo and convenient build lord at tho Commercial Hotel. Jim yesterday, ing. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Tho meeting conducted nt Neals Hughes is in bed with typhoid fever. Judge J. O. Hemphill has accepted Mrs. Mary Owens is dangerously 111 Creek by Revs. W. E. Arnold and M. X. a position us salesmau for Batson & 5t.l1 1893. Early closed with .'SO additions. with dropsy and honrt trouble. West. Rev. Dr. Philip Sohaff, regarded as Our town is coming to tho front Tho now church at McCreary will bo rullcorps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and again as a place of public entertain- ho greatest living iiutnority on exego-bI- dedicated next Sunday. Dinner will bo Ari. Eicellent boarding department. Catalogue and circulars furnlihej on application Commonwealth's Attorney II. L. Howand church history, is dead nt New served on the ground and a largo crowd TIijh was a ments. Three different "troupes" have ard for tho prosecution. is expected to bo present. Wavo after held forth in "Ware's Opera House" re- York. grand battlo of tho giants. W. LaRuoThomas, a reformed newscently. Tho "Alexanders" played to n Mr. G. M. Patterson, tho railroad H red-heloquence lashed wavo of good house Monday night, fully satisfypaper man, is presiding over the delib agent, has bought of Mr. Will Jennings Into Hnow white foum ngalnBt tho erations of tho Baptist State Association a lot on Lexington street and will build rugged sides of Pino Mountain, tor moro ing tho people, who woro kept in the best of humor throughout the entertain- in session at Lebanon. DANVILLE, KY. a residence thereon at once. than four hours, tothu intlnito delight of ment. Chas. Bathgate Beck, of New York, Mr. Henry Patterson, who wns bo The Next Session of this of laInstitution Begins September 13, 1893. a refined and cultured audienco Dick Hall, familiarly known hero as who died last week, left a fortune of badly hurt last weok by a log falling on dies and gentlomen, tho olito of tho With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While tho course ol instruction is or 5(5,000,000, tho bulk of which him, was able to come to town Saturday, "Humpy Dick," wbb killed at Durgin, adapted to prepare young men for the freshman Class, it is iniended at the same time to furmountain city. It wn Wagner and Saturday afternoon, while coupling care is bequeathed to chnrituble or educa- much to tho satisiaction of his many nish a liberal English education to any who desue it. In connection with the Academy, Grey Eagle, King Fisher nnd Harry friends. CjI. Riley's on a freight train on which ho was tional Institutions. A lliflfMtt on thu legal turf. Eld. Joo Severance, Jr., was over "Humpy" was hero in lino The ladies of the Christian Aid Sospeech was tho braking. eulogy on Bobbltt'a Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal. Regular study from Lexington Sunday and preached at ciety" have organized a ladies "ex heurs under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government ol begrandest and most beautiful gem anJ health and spirits only a few hours . educational fore his death. His body was badly night at tho Christian church. Ho will change," and every Saturday afternoon a Christian home are combined withtothe bent tuition, etc ,advantages. For further particulars in regard address tho lineal casket of literary pearls that bord, mangled and besides other injuries one preach nt Goshen the 1st Sunday in No- will have for ealo at Gaines' store all waa over strung on tho golden thread of JAMESB. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. leg and an arm were cut off and ground vember at 11 o'clock. kinds of salads, cakes, breads, pies, etc. genius. It may well bo oiled "Web-Bter'into an almost unrecognizable mass. Seven Indiana women, members of Our young friend, Mr. John II. Kir-b- y, reply to Hayno." A wreck at Wiilto Oak tank, near tho Women's Christian Temperance Unand his beautiful bride returned from Tho pudicity of any modest pen will Junction City, Saturday morning, de- ion, under the guidance of police, went Louisville yesterday. They will romain mo to do justico to my own not allow layed Indus hereon the Q. AC. several "slumming" in Chicago Saturday night at his father's until his country home is speech. Tis said my appeal for mercy hours. Passengers on both sections of in the roughest parts of tho city. Tho fixed up. E. W. Harris and family in tho Hackcastlo circuit court for tho robber of tho No. 0 were transferred by the wrecking husband of one of tho women accompan- move to Louisville this week to make two negro murderers nnd from this place to Junction City, ied them. their future home. Elder J. C. Frank's Arabian peddler wiw tho very climax of train The Lexington Leader of the 152d condition remain uncbinged. Ho is a where they were enabled to take other for real pathos ami oratory, but says: Rev. George O. Barnes, commenc- very flick man. eloquence it cau not bo compar- trains to their destinations. Tho wreckAnd prices to suit the times. We now have an Larkinsand Stamper, who figured freight, n ing next Sunday afternoon, will hold a (lam- ed train was a ed to the wild, rushing torrent of 10 days' series of religious meetings at in the Slaughter difficulty at Dripping ing tire that blazwl through the wilder- part of which was considerably smashed, Mr. Barnes is one of Springs, hnd their examining trial bethe ness of a reasonable doubt In the Martin but it crew escaped without iujury. D. S. Johnson Ih off to tho World's the most learned divines in the country fore J udee Robinson, Friday, and were ctse. There was nothing lacking but a Fair again this week. This is Davy's and is greatly beloved by all who know held in $500 bond each to await the accsrUln pair of dark eyes in that audi second trip to see the big show. Mrs. him. Let overy man, woman nnd child tion of tho grand jury. The defendants enco to complete my triumph. They will bo were represented by Col. Bradley and for prospect, attend these meetings. Judge Rnoror is n gallant knight of J. H. Julian leaves Letcher Owsley. Circuit court will con- a mngnilllcent ar- Ohio. She will probably not return, ns greatly benefited by them. the tripod and made Eld. W. E. Ellis talked pretty straight veno the third Monday in next month. gument. Col. RUey's logic and argu- her husband, J. II. Julian, will join her to his congregation Sunday on the sub- Both defendants furnished tho required Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, ment can not be described and the Com- early in December, his engagement as pastor of tho Baptist church hero expir- ject of financial obligations. Ho said bond. Howmonwealth's Attorney, Hon. 11. L. Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. Little Elsio Burnside, infant daughbroadax and ing at that time. John L. Tanner re- there were members of his church who ard, nsed an Chicago Sunday. Dr. Ed had nut paid their grocery bills for ono ter of R. A. nnd Mary L. Burnside, died overy lawyer who precedes him, if ho turned from Lexington nnd Cincinnati year, their doctor's hill for two and their on Sunday morning at 0 o'clock and was does not score deep, has every sign of M. Kates is in btiBinees this week. W. K. Hughes church demands for five, and if they buncd in the cemetery nt this place nt 4 his argument hewn away. When he on thought thev were on the road to ilea v. p. m , on Monday. Appropriate religlays a fact on the nnvil of argument and the "old Cnmpbelllto," wm up home ponderous from Liberty Sunday. He is superin- eu they are moit woefully fooling them- ious services were held nt the residence strikes it a blow, with that selves. We wish all our pastors would by Rev. J. R. Tercy, of the Presbyterian Hledgo hammer of logic, ho makes tho tending tho plastering of It, T. Pierce's lly. Ho Is a good nnd now hotel, which is soon to grace thnt be ns courageous in putting the questton church. She was a beautiful child and sparks of genius of debt paying before their people. Fail- and the pet of the household. an honest, as woll bb an nblo man and wo quiet little city. Dr. K. T. Wllkerson, Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. whoso sign has decoratetl tho Commer ure to pay just obligations is the ruling As fair as a lily, as pure as the rills cjuldsoon restore good order In tho would cial Hotel for eomo mouths past, left Sat- sin of tho times, of which church mem- That gush from tho sides of her own Don't fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. mountains If tho Court of Appeals native hills, but thoy urday for his home in Missippi. The bers' are nj much guilty as anybody. A lot our verdict of guilty alone, Dr. is a genial gentleman, but our town man that wont pay his debts, or at least her spirit hns gone to God who gave it, wont do it. angel has been ndded to the mur- and community proved to bo too healthy make stronuoua efforts to do so, is not and another I know of twelve Ho carries with him worthy oven of the respect of mortals hosts thnt have gone before. derers now at largo in one county by tho for his business. The success that attended the re and has no part nor lot in the kingdom revenul of two convictions by the t io respect of our people. George union of tho Keeley graduates at Crab and Cicero Reynolds laid off of Heaven. Such men are rogues at Court of Appeals. The people pay their Orchard Springs, on the 17th and ISth attorneys 1500 n year from bird hunting and camn to Srnday heart and wo loathe and detest them ns Commonwealth's such. insts, has been somewhat elaborately to send tho convict In nnd the judges of school Sunday morning. noted in the Louisville dailies. As this In commenting on tho lesson before LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. tho Court of Appeals $5,000 a year to is the first and only gathering of the turn them out. tidntlomeu, don't you bis school, Sunday morning, n McKin-ne- y Circuit court adjourned Siturday kind that has ever taken place in KenOysters always on hand, either in bulk or cans, or served to order S. S. superintendent said: "I can know there Is not an innocent man out night. tucky, the exercises deserve more than a Ih convicted nnd when count on my Angers nil the men that I of a hundred that MarthiuFarmer, an aged woman liv- passing notice. The address of General in any style, with celery, etc. convicts to the penitentiary ever know who lived up to their profea-bio- ing in the Piney Wood, died on tho Webster, tho able and accomplished we Bend us christians." Here he paused n 15th. that ought to have been huug at home, manager of the Institute, received, aa it moment and then added, "By Joe, I can why don't yon let thorn stay there? Mrs. McCornuck, mother of Mrs. deserved, the unstinted applause of the We are trying to restore law nnd order doit." Then his school Riuolu a smile George Andes, died last Thursday nt her entire aaiembly. Dr. E. G. Dick, who This home near Hazel Patch. And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. in tho mountains of Kentubky, but you that smoto somebody smartly. stands at the head of his profession, wns continually undoing our work that same superintendent has an assistant uro 'Jhris Catching requests mo to say ou baud explaining nnd giving encour- Candies, Nuts, &c. , in great variety and abundance. Come in and who, three weeks ago, was very much has cost tho State bo much. that it is Chris Catching, of color, who agement by kind words and forcible il have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. Well, tho jury has brought in a ver- puzzlod when Iw hw a huge stuck of is serving out a pistol line. lustrations to those who had been under yours in the literature on the church table just before dict in tho Mnrtin;cfte-fo- ur Andy Johnson is back from the treatment nt the Institute. Tho banpenltoutiary. What a victory for tho at- tho clashes took their place.". His cu- wilds of the Oner jee strip looking very quet, under the supervision of tho proWhen I con- riosity waa so much aroused that he call-- much improved in health. torneys for the defonoo prietor and prince of caterers, Gus Hof- the superintendent aside and asked my speech in this case, last cluded In addition to tho other p.irtitM al- inann, wns superb nnd elicited the com night, u finely dressed lady bh&ok hands what it all meant. He wns politely in- ready mentioned, James Williams was inundation of tho guests without excepwith mo un.l left aomnthtng like a note formed thnt the fourth quarter opened sent to the penitentiary Fnd.iy for hog tion. The noble object for which the in my hand. Alter goink- to my room I with that day and that the literature be stealing. institute was established, ttie success of found it to be u bran wiw on tho table was only tho school's examined it nnd Mark Hardm Uft Thursday for tho treatment under the wonderful disiibw national bunk nolo, apparently just supplies for the three remaining months Manchester to engage in the grocery cover v of Dr. Keeley, should cnll forth Hut ii the kind of of the year. His long, black moustache business for himself. Ho has managed tho commendation of all good people from the bank. drooped, his mouth Ml open and he congratulations I like. the business of V. R. H.irdin here for who .sympathize with suffering humanistaggered to a convenient seat, where he I am somewhat engaged to bo Dealers lrr two years ami has proved an honest and ty. to two widows in December and remained in breathless silence until iudustrious business man. If there is another in January, but ladies, if school cloned and tho benediction wis any demand for tho clasd of goods he The Queen and Crescent Route is preyou will but give mo one moro year's pronounced. Such is tho interest home handles, in Clay county, ho will certain paring to issue an elaborate publication r people take in work assigned them. in magazine form, descriptive of the difrespite I can pour $10,000 ndditional ly succeed. lap. Will you ferent sections of the South tributary to dollars into your DANVILLE. its lines. Capitalists, tourists and busiMUSICAL NOTES. wait? Three ness men are not likely to farget tie I am in great demand (Advocate. Gounod, the great composer who Tho Centre Collide foot hall clnh has just died, is immortalized through southern cities so long as the Queen and different women are after mo wringing their bauds nnd Baying: "Save our broth- heated tho Louisville clnh DO to 10 Sat- his "Faust." Xo other opern has ever Crescent Route can reach them with er and husband and son like you did urday on the hitter's grounds. There been so close to tho hearts of the peo- this artistic publication. Copy of this Sce'Our Large and Splendid Line Of magazine will be mailed to any address will he a gamo at D.invIIIo next Satur-daJohn Martin 1" ple tho world over as this lyrical renderFO.NTAlh'K lOX BoBIUTT. on receipt of ten cents in postage nfternoon, ing of the old, old story of love and stamps. Address, W. C. Rinearson, Secretary Ed Hopper, of Latonia, death, of sin and redemption, of the General Pacsenger Agent, Gkkat reduction all along tho line. will go to Mexico tho first of Deaomher. Cincinnati, The rates to Chicago are lower than over It is intimated that ho will be the sec- passionate conflict between good and Ohio. evil, and the tin a! triumph of love sancvia the Queen & Crescent route and retary of the new truck to bo opened tified. There is no other music at once Specially Ivouisvillo Southern railroad. J. W. Minor, of Boyle county, got low rates for school children and atten- near the City of Moxico. drunk and fell in with a cy prism in so sweet and so noble, engaging in variA fair crowd attended the Burkole dants to tho Great White City. Your Louisville named Cora Philips, who chance. Socuro your tickets early. estate wile. The distillery proporty, ety and yet so harmonious in the renlast dering of an entrancing story. And no touched him for $05. He squealed on ugeutH for rates. Ask four inilea from here, was sold to Wm. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giis bo sobering up, after being arrested, and At last. Nashville, Teun., March 0, 1893. The Berkelo for $1,400. The farm of 318 music has ever been written that d and imbued with deeply religious feeling as succeeded in getting back 43 of his ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the Co., Nashville, Tenn. Stockton Medicine well improved, manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as It given mo exceeding acres, was sold to Mrs. adjoining Bryants the uplifting strains which typify the chink. lie will know better next time, Gentlemen: Berkele at $35. pleasure to speak of your Antiseptic, as I ville, apotheosis of love. Of all the operas will thia verdant specimen of the knobs fast as they can, which means that prices are now being something wonderful in tho consider it "Faust" is tho truest, completest poonT. of Boyle. DEATH'S DOINGS. way of medicine. .My oiu servant, AlA silver brick is now in preparation Times. bert, who is 72 yearn old, was very sick Mr. M. E. Cox, who lived until to send to United States Senator Allen, complicated with Pneumonia, with Three Now York policemen were hour speech on the Heart Trouble and Dropsy. I called in within tho last month at the Helm place found dead in a cottage in Central Park, Nebraska, for hia every in Stanford, died Saturday at the home my family physician and ga70 him floor of the Senate lately. The brick ia Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and attention, but tho doctor finally told mo of J. S. McClure, in Pulaski, whero he where thoy slept. Escaping gas did tho chemically fine and on it will be in- sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that there was no hope and the only thing had with his family gone on a visit bo. work. e scribed: "From many frienda in Silver-to- I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. to that could bo dono wbb end. mako him fore starting West for the benefit of hia Strength and Health. goods, rotten At this Col." The brick weigha 40 ounces. They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hancomfortable until tho strong and healthy, try If you lie hud suffered from con- Electric are not leejlng Grippe has leltyouwcaic disease, but fresh from the manufacI decided to rIvo him Stockton's health. began hia thirty-firs- t with age or infected with Justice Field iiolnt Hitters. If La Antiseptic, na it Boemed to be perform-in- c sumption for a long time and when ho and weary, use Blectric hitlers. Thu remedy year on the United States Supreme Court turers. Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands others. It waa had hia Bale last Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, almost miracles for county court day, ho acta directly on the organs to perform their bench with the present term. This re- of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes gently aiding those givon in regular doses every threo hours could not talk louder than a If you are afflicted with Sick Headache cord has been surpassed only once in the faint whisworth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c and tho fever began to decrease from per, will find speedy lie married Mrs. Bobbltt, whose you Electric Hitters. and permanent relief by tak- history of the country, and has been $i, a decided improveing One trial will convince vou the first doso nnd worth Si. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth Si. 25. Ladies' Button that In threo is the remedy vou need. ment waa noticod the first day.a week he maiden name wua McOlure and both only this at A. H. I'enny's drug storeLarge oottles equaled only four times. 50c Shoes 90c, worth $1, 50. The largest and best selected stock of was sitting up and in dajB ho were raised in Pulaski. Deceased was a Middlcsboro has been placed in tho Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line work as usual and la re- member of the Baptist Ducitlln'u Arnica Salve. waa back at lila hands of receivers. phurch and a The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises gaining hia strength very fast. I con- good man. A wife of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, and three children, lores, scientiously bollove it savod tho old hands, chilblaioi, corns and all skin erupIf you feel weak and all worn out Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, loft almost penniless, Hurvive him. The tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirman'B life. Respectfully yours, take Stockton's Antiseptic. It will cure FbankSkaiugut. ed. It is guaranteed to giv perfect satisfaction remains were interred at Freedom rrice 35 cents per dox, you. or money rcrunucu. No. 5 Noel Block. church. Pulaski, Sunday. For tale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. jf or tale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. sale in Stanford by A. R. Penny. For i Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September h ot thum-solve- Centre College Academy. espe-dall- y Home Boarding and Training Department NEW : GOODS sonl-utirri- ng south-boun- d court-hous- e. to-da- y stock: blood-staine- d SEVERANCE & SON. Mc-Kinn- ey OYSTERS I ns Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER. ! Splendid Dinner for 25e. FARMS & HARDIN, -- nmr-rio- d til-ve- to-da- y. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. y FARMING IMPLEMENTS. THE HARD TIMES ARE OVER panic-scarred ovr-loade- ILAUGHT1E3MIEB. d n, func-tiou- s. chap--p- ed JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. I Fire destroyed n block of businees houses at Clinton, Sunday. Tho loss is estimated at $50,000; insurances $10,500. An elevator in tho Manufactures Building at tho World's Fail fell 200 feet Saturday night with 13 passengers. Fortunately none wero injured as the car overstockwe too low stopped 50 feet from the lloor. At Georgetown, Sunday, George C. James, a policnman, and Lloyd Cole,' a young man of tho city, engog-i- n a street duel, the former beingiustant-l- y killed and the latter fatally wounded. Four society men of Pittsburgh have been found guilty of stealing $515 from 5 Mrs. Rachel Logan. They entered her house and tortured her in different wave until she told where her money was low we concealed. Goods, Caps, ', For Superintendent of Public Schools, passenger trains Shoes, Two heavily-loadebe so low before. Hon. Theodore Hallam was over- on tho Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and ChiMcCLARY. W. whelmingly defeated for the Senato in cago road collided iu a fog at Monroe-villthe Covington district Friday by Hon. Ind. Threo persons were probably Like the woman who BvvoarinK that Wm. Goebel. Hallam, who is ono of fatally injured and several others were adtho brainiest men in tho State, seems to she'd ne'er consent consented, the moro or lets hurt. ministration Beems to have agreed to a be unfortunate in his raees. Ho rarely Dr. Hourigan of Marion, whoso nucompromise on tho silver repeal bill. ever gets what he goes for and this time merous trials for manslaughter extended Tho Washington dispatches Bay that in- he was worse sal upon than ever. Wo over a period of nearly six years,was fstead of an unconditional repeal to take renew assurances of our most distin- inally lauded behind tho bars of tho effect at once, a compromise has been guished consideration to him and tho He Frankfort peuitentiaay Saturday. effected which will allow the present Covington Commonwealth and extend killed his brother-in-law- . Calicoes, Incom pulsory purchase of silver to continue our most heartfelt commiseration. The The colored woman, Amanda Redd, 1-be a majority of the result seems to have both paralyzed Eda year. It is said that who was ejected from a Cincinnati i ri.ii.cmn. in Senate has signed ap agreement to itor Emerson's tongue and pen, as he Southern train becauso she would not niri.Tfi.' .w - w- - . uriiii. iri.iimi.ti.iii. nt iiti.rti.i tip.sr. ri rri.ii.fi x nr i 'fWi v, i .ri.ii r.ri.sr.f'.r goocl, that effect, but the obstructionists say hasn't had a word to say since. best ride in the car provided for her tace, h as 6 they will continue their dilatory tactics si)ools O. JV. T. oo good o? G5c Aktkr making n losing tight for two brought suit for $5,000. Sho is a dress- wool and unless the rules are amended, as maker and stands highly. Goods Senator Hill proposes, it Beems that they months, the L. & N. shopmen have surThe Mason & Foard Company has Goods we A full and fair rendered unconditionally, but too late to can do so indiflnitely. get the places they voluntarily left, ex- accepted the offer made by Treasurer s $g, discussion of measures of public imporHale, as acominittee, for the shop plant tance is always desirable, but when cept in a few instances. Under tho good 75c conditions the strike was ill ad- in tho Frankfort prison, to bo used as a men are permitted to stand up 14 hours chair factory, and ttie transfer of tho and consume time by reading and hear- vised, but by behaving themselves for property to the Statu will be made at we be Jtioncy ing read page after page of stuff not at the moat part in an orderly manner they once. good Shoes to the issue, simply to retained the respect of the public. A all germain The New York World asks tho demsolthwart tho will of the majority, which half of a loaf is better than no bread, wo ocratic U. S. Senators: "If a majority of ought alwayB to rule, it is high time fear many of the strikers will find before 30 $1 s 00c, be can not pass the Voorhees bill, how something was done to stop it. Give us the winter is over. No ever can a majority of five pass a tariff reform ever tho cloture, give us a second Czar Reed, By a vote of 39 to 22 the Senate con- measure?" It can not bo done as long give us anything, even the devil, but let firmed the nomination of Mr. Van Alan as the idea of "Senatorial courtesy" reus have a legislature that will legislate. to bo ambassador to Italy. Mr. V. A's. mains unchanged. Saturday was the worst day for the We learn from tho Elizabethtown principal qualification for the oilice is that ho gave $50,000 to the campaign yellow fever at Brunswick, Ga. The News that Mr. George L. Willis is now the presiding genius of the "In and fund of the lost presidential election, warm weather following the rain aud About Kentucky" department of the butthat's more than many of the ap- cool spell brought the disease rapidly to the front. There are now 25S cases unCourier-JournaIt is evident that it is pointees have. be der treatment, GO whites and 10S colored. some ono pretty well up in the politics 50c, ever. We extend congratulations to Editor The outlook is not cheerful for 20 days boys 2 A to of the State if he is a little off on the Daniel M. Bowrnar, of the Woodford yet. to progress of Stanford and tho fact that Sun, on the acquisition of a girl baby to to Doc Turner, who is to bo hung at $2, $0, upshe has put on city airs. Mr. Willis' his household. Col. E. Polk Johnson, of Wise, O. H Ya., next Tuesday, is preWe reporting the constitutionexperience in the Frankfort Capital, kept his promiso paring his own funeral sermon, which al convention and a legislature or two and ,.,. v 11 sent him the most appropriate ar- he says he will deliver fiotn the gallows. inmipu. ha9 made him tamiliar with every man be ticle that the circumstances could sug- Ono of his requests is that his body move of note in tho State and he is making gest. We we shall be kept above ground for three to good use of his knowledge. .. .4 jrg ' 1 SIT r IV MIC u lou aiburo I r1 I f a net profit during fiscal year just days to be sure that life has left it. is With to Will Dctton, who was hanged Udoh the confession of James E. to ended of $4,000,000 it looks like the PullGa., for the murder of a wo- man Palace Co. should pay its own por- Stone, of Daviess county, Ind., ho and man, displayed a wonderful amount of ters, but it does't. After the company six other men are lodged in the Indiana nerve for a man guilty of so cowardly a bleeds the traveler all it cau, these vo- Prison South on the charge of commit: : otime. As he rode to the gallows he racious gentry get the rest of his pile. ting the butchery of tho Waatten family. called upon tho crowd to buya pamphlet Stone sayathe robbery and murders were A. URBANSKV CO., Ky. NEWSY NOTES. containing his picture and his biography planned months before, but protests atfd busied hiraBelf taking in quarters horriblo crime. The gold reserve in the National that he took no part in the for it until the rope was adjusted round A dispatch from Helena, Montana, John Oakes Bold to Alex Martin a' treasury is down to SSI, 700,000. his rienk. Hia obiec tin raising mon states that the negro Charles P. Grove, horso for $S5. Judge Ira Julian was nominated for ey was, as he expressed it, "to keep my -- Millionaire "Lucky" Baldwin, after mayor of Frankfort by a majority of 51 who claimed to be a millionaire miner infernal medical stubody from the when ho came to Lexington, this State, twenty years on the turf, has decided to votes. the coming winHo didn't seem to think or dents." Judgo C. R. Brooks, of Mt. Sterling, to marry, and who has gained eouio soil his horses and retire I want to reduce my TarRe stock of care that his soul was destined to hell-tiralleged ter. Other aud more important interest, by his Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, will be appointed assistant district attor newspaper notoriety and ofTer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. a long shot and he declares, demand his full time. wealth, is not rich by ney for Oklahoma. The Louisville Commercial utters a W. M.and L. R- - Kogers, of Bourbon Louisville's total number of register- tho wonder at his home at Helena is Ladies' watches former price $$o now oo; press when it prints ed votes this year is 35,131, which is 1.S01 how ho got enough monoy to make the sold to Moses Kahu 00 cattle at 4 J cts. to libel on the State Ladiesj watches former price $35 now S27.00; trip to Kentucky. over the items culled from its rural ex- below last year's registration. ten days. W. M. Kogers go in the next Ladies' watches former price $2$ now $17.50. The most horrible railroad accident sold to Arch Bedford 02 ewes at J5, and changes, a one gallowsed fellow sitting The boiler of the steamer Beliovue averag- Solid Silver Spoons, on a soap box and writing for dear life exploded at the Cincinnati wharf,killing of the year occurred near Battle Creek, bought from Bedford Hi feeders, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the on an old goods box. The artist who one man and probably fatally wounding Michigan., Friday, on the Chicago k ing 1,181 lbs., at 31. : Grand Trunk railroad. The bodies of designed this rare gem hasn't been about, others. J. A. &S. T. Harris sold to Bales, : 20 victims, burned beyond recognition, of Richmond, for Lehman, 43 extra or he would know that country editors Walter Thomas, a negro at Colum live in palacee, Bit in richly upholstered bus, Ohio, has asked for divorce. He havo been taken from the debris. It is Christmas cattle for export at 5c. Tula This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with yon. chairs and write on handsomely carved charges his wife with cruelty and eajB thought this is all the dead, but many is said to be tho best bunch of cattle that more are seriously injured. The wreck will leave this section this season and tables. If he doesn't believe it, call at he is afraid of her. They convinced. oui sanctum and he'll be Rev. Wm. Pettit, the Indiana wife was caused by tho collision of a World's they aro judging from the prico. pounds. average murderer, who was recently sentenced Fair special and the Pacific express. The Court of Appeals reversed the de- to The Trenton battle monument, comReal estate is not very valuable in the pen for life, died on the day the cision of the Mrrion circuit court, which memorative of Gen. Washington's Lebanon if we judge from this item in heara acquitted G. W. Murphy for giving Supreme Court granted him new encounter with tho British and the Enterprise Finley Shuck sold to R. ing. away liquor on election day or night, 10 Nu- Y. McKlroy his farm, containing Buffalo Bill has bought $10,000 resi- HesaianB, was dedicated last week. holding that the law prohibits the giv of States were present acres within tho city limits, Wednesday, dence in North Piatt, Neb., very near merous governors ing, selling, or loauing of intoxicating and among the participants were several fjr $8,500. Tho farm has an elegant liquors on those days, which last for tho the spot where he killed his first Indian, desconts of tho heroes in whose honor brick residence and all other necessary and there he intends to spend the rest 21 hours and not for the hours only in tho tall shaft was raised. Two miles improvements and it is a very desirable of his life. which the election is held. The liquor A wild eyed report comes from Nash- distant from the monument the famous home. iaJttie cise referred to had been given at A fairly good crowd attended court ville that all the railway employes from crossing of the Delaware by Gen. Wash10 o'clock the night of the election. his men took place. at Lancaster yesterday but il was a regu car greasers up will strike Dec. 0 if their ington and lar drair of a dav. There were about 110 Judge Dines offered for oilice once wages are not restored to tho figure beFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tongs, Pokers, &c. cattle on the market but not many vseio too often, and was defeated by Mr. Cox fore the reduction. for Bale. Apply at Eold. Butcher stufl brought 1J to 2c. A few red.boars One thousand soldiers are reported for representative from Frankliu county. Stanford. and a small bunch of feeders brought 3 fill1 in ambition from to have been killed or wounded recently once to J. E. Bruce, It is a considerable .. lowered the trotting stal- con(B;0 calves sold at SU. mi Dirictum ine.ra.io ajkdge of the Court of Appeals to a in a battle between Government troops to 2:05J. market was a shade more active and sevmember of the Legislature and worse and insurgents in the" Brazilian State of lion record at Nashville William Moreland bought in Wayne eral changed hands at $70 to $1 10. Plug bWu to fail to get the lesser place, but Rio Grande Do Sul. county 112 feeding cattle at 3c deliver- horsVs went for a song. The State Central Committee which ko itch for otfico is bo strongly develop: ed in some men that they will, like the met at Frankfort to dicide the contest for ed hpre. ! ! J. A. A S. T. Harris bought 50 ex- Hew tad to our heaitt are lome nceoo ol our the Senatorial nomination inthe3tth diso!4 maid, "take anything, Lord." childhcoil. trict, unanimously declared Mr. John P. tra feeding cattle at 3 to 3Jc. They As our recollections premit them to view ; Tue name of Fetter'B Magazine will be Saylers the nominee. weighed 1,225 pounds. Th 110 of the switch tUt was brought from the Walnut anc Oak Kight-DaClocks, 52.50. Nickel Arlarm Clocks wildwood, hanged with its December number to A. C. Robinson & Son, of tho Gilt 75c. A closed bank in Arizona has issued And various pumsliaients molt uf ui Prices knocked silly on of all it the thought or the pill box, bought of W. P. saddest the Bouthern Magazine. Gen. Basil W. the following notice: "This bank is not berts Crook section, That mother brought out when she thought we Djko will continue as its editor were ill, busted; it ows tho people 330,000; tho Grimes "0 feeders at 3lc and of other Oh' theKripinc, the aching, the twiMin and and Mr. Opie Read us associate. poeple owe it $55,000; it is the people who parties n lot at 3.32J. pill . up in Tiffs magazine has grown in public favor are busted when they pay we'll pay. J. W. Allen bought in Rockcastle ilut that's done the horr bin, Io. regulate the oway with. East End of this county a lot of stomach livr and boe. Dr. 1'ieice I ellets from the start and is now a fixed and Ten prisoners escaped from the Cov- and the no dUcomlort, You'll prosperous institution.-- It represents ington jail by Bawing the iron bars of butcher stuff at 2 to 2 J cents and some excel results. eiperitmcfl ho pain, Children lake them as ruadily And anything in my line. Dou't forget the place, no bad drops. us peppermiut thu best culture of the South and ile- - their cells. It was discovered after it extra good heifers at -- c. The dispatches from Frauco are fes xervosthe success it is achieving. Its thousands of cures arc the belt was too late ttiat tney old tlieir sawing people liy druggists. Sage'a Catarrh Ksmedy $o ceols tho while they were singing the mostsolemu tive these days; but Thk World's Fair may not close on the 1 dearly love a holiday, particularly if hymns. 30th, but its principal attraction will Coate and get the best goods for the least money, and bring the cash merry making irritates Germany. The Kentucky State College foot ball their shut up shop at 11:30 that night. We team defeated the University of Tenneswith you. Wm. M. Rue, of Danville, won first refer to the Kentucky building, which son team at Knoxvillo Saturday 50 to 0. premium on his Gainbonito in the ring with its remarkable contents, is the pride Tho Central University boys defeated for harntPS stallions at tho World's Fair, of uvery true citizen of tho Friday. The Cecil Brothers alio won the Georgetown also by n large score. Stnta. Alas and aluck that thev can not J. M. PETTY, several premiums. Tho 104 Kentucky State Banks be.perpetuated for the benefit of future Tho world's record in cattle killing that Sept. 23 their combined capStanford generations. City The (uu Mater at Lancaster, will be in of ital was $15,355,120 5S; surplus fund was broken at Armour's Kansas getting RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. one day of each month fur the purpose Saturday, when 3,218 repairs. Work left at the Myeis House or Mack There is a lawyer in Ciucincinnati by $5,451,714 00; deposits $21,703,740 00. packing house Huffman's will te tint ta him and will recune ssnr.S't'arai K.tit .. 11 hours, or at the prompt lil!?i i. 'uh,et'c Rroumli. Moderate Old guns or pli'ols made h'wd (lot fJ40. Attendance last attentien the name of Louse. Wonder if he ever During the last three months six failed were slaughtered in apply as new. rate of five a miuute. and five new ones were organized. gets caught. 6 OE 8 PAGES. Hon. W. II. Millkr is lcttlnir no urasa crow under his feet iu tho rnce for State Senator. He has been all over tho district once or twice and is now in Casey Stanford, Kv., October 24, 18t)3 whooping up the boys. Ho can not do it all, however and wo appeal to the democrats to nwako to the importance of W. P. WALTON. the occasion and present a solid front to tho common enemy, Lincoln county is tho only reliably democratic county in the district and sho must show that she appreciates the compliment so unanimously extended to her worthy son. Let us all do our duty and Mr. MilDEMOCRATIC TICKET. ler will be elected with many votes to spare. His election will also insure that For Mate Senator, of another of Lincoln's worthy sons, HON. W. IX. MIUUER. Hon. D. B. Edmiston, who is a candidate for clerk of the Senate, and with so For Representative, much at stake can any true detnoor at HELM. falter in his duty? ! 5emi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal lno cnoicra w raging at J.eguorn, lull. iuo iun;iiiiiKU U UCUIUO IO IXS. Have just returned from the East. much advantage of the talttn ed and no cash on hand. UUJK They have notified us that they have are market prices; now well-know- n MONEY WE WANT HARVEY d F. prices always were the talk of the must have. Our And money Clothing, irats, county but perfect merchandise, such as Dry This shall Carpets, Etc., was never marked our e, Grand, Triamphant Sleek. sold " rl-2ca- Read. These prices will speahfor themselves. All digo Blue, Simpson's Black, Manchester Fancy will nd pro-vailin- g quiitity Zephyr 5c per ounce; all' pound; J papers Yarn hank pins 5c; 8 Ootton Thread for 10c. Prices on all our Dress and Flannels cut in will almost give away. Large red and half. Gents' Incrnishing xuorth 10c; Suspenders 10c, worth 25c; Sox 5c, blue Handkerchief worth worth 10c and lsc; white laundered Shirt for and $1, working Shirts 2c, worth double the money; gcnui?ie Celluloid Collars 10c can sell you for less worth 20c. Shoes than they can school sue, worth $1, infants' manufactured for. Children's shoes 20c, worth 50c; ladies' shoes heel and spring heel, warranted all bought worth $1.50. Our men' shoes at and $1.25 can't id, other store ever did, elsewhere tor doubLetlie mojicy. udll or can sell the same 7 1-Sc- per Jj-Oc, yard; irt'tx at J such as Sc per PERFECT CLOTHING I VS mi. l. atCar-tersvill- e, For such low prices as tho Louisville Store, but this week they will sold 7jc S: and upwards; Children's suits lower than suits, iS years, S2 $3, worth double the money; men's suits in all sizes $2;0 look at our Overcoats at $8, f and up. Don't fail $, and guarantee yon can't buy the goods elsewhere for double the wards. Here is a case of MUST. Lver dollar's imvrh nf dnnio must and will sold at such Low figures as will store them quickly mean just what say. Don't miss this chance beyond a doubt. Jet jjuiu jiiorcd. Mr. Salinger uuuua your here attend this Great Slaughter Sale. personally THE LOUISVILLE STORE. & Stanford, Great Clearance Sale. j.0 e. SAME SWEEPING A- REDUCTION. iFiEiisriLsrirr. 1,0-5- men-orabl- o HEATING Stove Pipe, Elbows, Zinc, Coal Hods, Shovels, STOVES,- - i A m 1 M'KINNEY BROS. REDUCTIONS y CYCLONE knew-Hu- in-rhi- Watches, Clocks, Sterling- and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, advertise-mtntsiorU- r. Banks, The Jeweler, .tsKsk crensrs repaired. Bluo-Gras- s ro-po- rt CENTRAL university Ylt$fi WSS"" TZifci m -- aj. in I, mv: -j-r- t' wflVf--.,-- ' v m .iA' VAV-i.- ? ir.l f UApm :t KvBRVTMiNa in tho jewelry lino cheap, Oun junior wns tho recipient of a flno XKwlotof Zeigler bootannd ehoeejust for cash nt I'ennv'a. mess of birds for his Sunday dinner. received nt S. II. Shrinks'. Allen Boazley was tho donor. " " An olcKiuit' lino of wedding present All my fall and wintor millinery wll Mn. Most Coffey is the lost victim 0 Btanfokd, Ky., OctOHEK 21, 1893 very cheap nt A. It. Punny'r). bo open by Friday or Saturday and I inI have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Hotirne and thoroughly vito the Indies to ctll and examino it, tho horso thief, A little brown maro -- Cam. and eeo that Una of hunting Miss Mary Daviess Dudderar. renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, was taken from his lot near K. C. Walton, Business Manager stove nt w. H. Wetuoiwt Co.'b beforo n fow nights ago. Thero is ft Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We are now thoroughly prepared I will haul passengers to nnd from growing buying. sentiment to hang tho first to wait on our friends. We have a large stock of Spectacles. Rowland to tho hotels at 10 couta each horse thief caught MEANS BUSINESS. ded to rights and Tub people are getting great bnrgninB way, but when 1 havo to send to resi Mr. Cofloy would no doubt liko to tie nt Penny's in watches, clocks, jewelry Buy your school bookn nnd school sup dences tho charge will bo '25c. P. W. the knot. and silverware. pllwi of nil kinds nt A. It. Punny's. Green, proprietor Myers Houso. Watciikh, clocks nnd jowelry repaired The McKinney correspondent of the nnd warrnntod. Engraving n specinlty, Wkhdino presents in new nnd novo The Louisville Store hao bo many goods Cincinnati Enquirer is working that paHcst of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. All of which nt A. H. Penny's. designs with prices to suit your pocket. that it can't find room in its usual space per for all it i'b worth. Besides a num- we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. The lnrgerit stock of Drugs. Medicines, Dauks, tho jowelor. " to toll about thorn. Mr. M. Salinger is Perfumery, Pninta nnd Willi Paper nt ber of other items which aro as old as Do not Forget This I. Wc are always glad to see you. 2. No with tho boys thin week and they nro they aro uninteresting, ho tolls "of tho A. H. Penny's. Prescriptions a specialWe arc receiving our largo stock of sending ty. out goods by tho cart load. trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for horses being Btolen from Messrs. J. I. fall Roods this week. Will all bo in by casn prices ior the best goods. 5. luill assortment of tho week. Call and examine. tho last Are you roading this paper without uailey ana zi. t.J.lkin, somo tnrco or it. 4. lowest PERSONAL POINTS. always on hand. 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight. Soveranco A Son. paying for it? If no, do you think you four months ngo. 9 Mies Aiinir Oukun hag boon quite nro tho honest man yoji should bo in ' Williams & Staoo are having their G. Mn, and M lis. A. O.Sinr havo filed n sick. withholding from tho proprietor his just largo W. L. Connek, Reg. Pharmacist. on West Main painted Mrs. J. G. Lynn Ib very ill of typhoid petition in tho circuit court to adopt dues? Ho doesn't if you do. Send what and tho vacant one will soon bo occu fever. H8 their child little Minnie Sine, n daughyou owo him nnd clear your conscience pied either by a local or foreign firm. Mn. A. K. Pknny loft for tho Fair ter of a deceased nephew of Mr. Sine. Sunday. Dick Hall, brother of MrB. Will Mor- Tho paint brush has done wonders for want to go If Will Skvkiiancb wont to Lexington now youstealing you to tho penitentiary row, of Somerset, had both of hia legs tho old Mcltoberts property and we will havo to take for yesterday. cut oil" by n train on which ho was brak- agree with Moeo Elmore that it is ;l!0 worth; the now law, which lias just ing. Tho accident happened at Burgin. "mighty pretty" now. Miss Ella May Saunukim is visiting gone Ilcacquartcrs for-into effect, raising tho limit to that Hall is nu old employe and a very popuin Kielunorid. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. amount. lar one. It is thought that ho can not C01. It. P. Jacoiw. of Danvillit. w. An Oregon woman has just' received W. II. Weaukn & Co., havo rented of live. here yesterday. OcTonsit is again, proving itself the a decreu for $20,000 in a suit for n breach Mu. It. G. Ham., of Somerset, joined W. P. Walton tho storo-rooin the Inhis wifo horo.'jiiuday. terior Joitunal building, in which tho most charming month of tho year. The of promise. ' Miwj is kept, for a term of three weather ia simply delightful and the It is reported that a young lady of Of all kinds. The most complete line of &uuk Duddernr returned from laudscape, when viewed from n buggy this city will soon marry a geutleman of years with tho privilege of five. Louisville- Saturdny. with n lovely companion, and a fast Linboln county. Uarrodsburg Sayings. tin. W. N. Oiiaki left Friday to attend Tuts nowspaper will bo our tax book horse ia almost beyond compare with tho You ought to tell names hb well as tales. n school of phnrmncy in Chicago. after Oct. 3Iet. All property, regardless variegated beauty of its nutumnnl tints. Thisie one wo are not on to. Miss Hktsy I'snninoton khu ou Sat oi ownership, on which tiio taxes are Tho engagement of Mies Lucille "rduy's train to Chicago. unpaid, will be advertised without furEver in Stanford. Prices according to the times. A kew days ago a tramp organ grinder Blackburn and Senor di Campillo, of the B. F. Joniw, Jn., hns gonu to tho cities ther notice. J. N. Menefoo, Sheriil. Hock-er- 's stepped into Express Agent J. F. Spanish legation, has been formally anto lay in n further supply of xooda. office at Junction City and informed nounced, and the marriage will, accordMiwiim Lthia Lkwib Sevkhanck fc Son havo not exactly THEand Mary Carter him that ho wanted to send a little ing to tho present account, take place to Imvo returned from tho grent street fakirs, but they aro display- money Fnir. to his family in Now York. Tho ward tho end of November. Shu is n Jamkb Tiiomiimn, tho boss Laurel ing a wonderful amount of nice goods in clover agent informed him that ho was daughter of Senator Blackburn. county coal miner, was in town Friday. handsome show cases on the street, Judgo Moon, of Chattanooga, is a Mr. Wuu Kmiiuy, after spendinRn few which attract a greii' deal of nttontion. . there for that business and asked him what amount ho wanted sent. After world's record breaker. In one day he days nt home, returned to Lexington The old reliable Lexington nursery- feeling in his down or more pockets passed on 77 applications for divorce, yesterday. man, II. F. Hillenmeyer, again calls the and going down in his boots he sur- granting 20, dismissing 23, continuing 34 MlSl KtTTIK UaUOIIMAN WftS Up few attention of our readers to his fruit and prised Mr. Mocker by Uanding him over and reserving liio decision in two. Chilays from Somerset, looking as pretty ornamental trees. He (low not send f'.i'iO. Somo of ho bills woro a little cago will have to take a back seat now. and happy ns over. HKontH nround but fills ortlura sent him worn and rust had accumulated on some "Hard Times, Hard Times !" Senator Faulkner, of West Virginia, Mkshks. W. h. Wkaken, W. B. , with the best goods and in tho most lion-0- of tho gold and silver coin, but it was is shortly to umrry Miss Virginia Whitnnd othkiis started to tho 1 way. good money all tho same and was sent to ing, of Hampton, Va. The fact that Will always be heard no matter what the conditions, whether Gold or World's Fair Saturday. tho point ho requested without any Miss Jano Faulkner, daughter of the Silver be the standard. We have discovered a remedy and that is to H. H. Dan kb Or tho 53 Commonwealth caeeti beforo nnd wifo have gone to give more than money is worth. We buy for cash and sell for cash questions from Mr. I locker. C hlcago senator, inado many friends here during nnd whilo there Mr. Dunks will the preseul court 10 are against one man and are able to overcome all the difficulties of business. We can give ndd largely to his Jowolry stock. for violating the liquor laws, four against Circuit Court. Tho fall term of this her visit to Misses Annie and Mary Al you a better Overcoat, a better suit of Clothes, a better pair of Boots L. AI. Lasley another, three against a third and sever- court win in duo and nncient form inau. corn, gives local interest to tho affair. waa over from Lflxing-toA fow hours after his wife had been or Shoes, a better Cloak, a better Dress, a better Blanket, a better Saturday to sw his family. Ho al havo two each ngninst them. But for gurated yesterday with Judgo M. O. Sauf-lepair of Gloves, better Underwear for Ladies or Gentlemen in fact, his horst's in flno condition. them thero would.be lens than .10 cases nnd Commonwealth's Attorney J. S. granted n divorce from liim, Mr. T. E. Epperson applied to the county clerk for better, or if not better as good as can be bought in any market for the Mn. M. F. Klkin wont to th Snri.i- L- on tho docket. Owsley, Jr., in their placed. Tho money. We are forcing our way to the front by hard knocks, overi'ld court ywtterdny to boo if ho could jurors were thou sworn in: a license to wed MiBs Sissie Tuttlo. The Oiikai1 Kates. Tho L. & N. will eell out tho papers good and coming competition as we meet it and planting ourselves on the solid get any trace of his horse andbuekbonrd, Cicero Reynolds, foreman; G. S. McKin- clerk made rotuul-tritickets to tho World's Fair We stolen Borne time ago. ney, John Anderson, J. II. Hiatt, G. O. strong and tho couple were married at rock ol success. Amomi tho ladies who attended tho for tho benefit of school children, but GiveiiB, John Tumbull, J. D. Dastini tho Winchester House Thursday evening anybody can toko ndvautago of it, nt W. P. Lowry. Sun. tiermanatCol. J. Guest's, Friday $7.10 from Stanford on tho '27th, 2Slh Robert Barnott, V. Fagely, John Edmis-ton- , by Rev. Miss Mattio Thompton'a marriage, night, weru Mimes Mary CIny and 11. Caldell, Sr., A. M. Frye. E. Ophelia Thompson. Mr. LoKan Denny nnd "t'lli, good for six days. On other Judgo Sauiley, in his usually clear nnd deferred somo months on account of tho days the rale is 10.10. nlo participated. comprehensive manuer, nnd in a collo- ill health of tho bride elect, will taUo To our Cloaks, Dress Goods, Shoes, Boots, Clothing, Underwear, , Lt. Li'cikn The habit of swearing is a very dis- quial way, delivered tho instructions to place Thanksgiving Day, at her homo in Gloves, Blankets, Comforts and everything for Winter. Don't run navigating officer Tho bridegroom is Mr. off to other markets when you can find better and cheapor stuff at of tho V S. CruiHor Iloston, after acruitu gusting one and ought not to bo allowed tho jury. Among other things ho said Uarrodsburg. William Davie, of Now York City, a home. Come and sec, then if you are not satisfied go where you can of three years, Is on his way homo nnd outside of n printing ollice. Tho Hen- that ho had been called a jackass, a refubrother-in-laof Joseph Pullitzer, of do the best. That is what we do will visit hut friends in this Hection niter derson Journal very truly saya that it is gee troin tho sand hills of North Caroliand we only ask you to do the Ho is called a man of same. World. lio settle his accouuts nt Washington. useful in proof reading, indispensable in na, a native of tho mountains of East Tho The cruise included Chili nnd Honolula getting forms to press, and lias been Tennesseo and other as complimentary wealth and of affairs. Lexington Leannd cost f 100,000. Ho In now entitled to known to help in looking over tho paper thing1 by the newspapers for instructing der. tho World's On returning from three years of shoro duty. utter it wns printed but otherwise it is against progressive euchre, but nil the W. , Mils. S. C. Tki'biikaht, at tho urgent a very disgusting habit so instruct until tho Fair Miss Mnmio Hall, a Fairmount, same ho intended to accidentally met A. B. Potter, Holit'itntion of tho Woman's Congress, Court of Appenls passed on the question. Va., belle, None of our people who heard Miss Ho added, however, that ho would not who claimed that he was a railroad offiwill represent Kentucky nt tho World's Fnir meetinRanl will read a pnper on Libbie Pogan, tho accomplished music insist now on tho jury finding indict- cial. Both fell desperately in lovo nnd "Tho Women of tho South." on tho teacher of Millersburg College, aing on ments for tho oti'onse, but in the future at Tiffin, Ohio, thoy got off anl were 2Mb. She will chnporone 17 of tho her soveral visits hero will ovor forgot tho progressive euchro people had better made one. It now turns out that Potter - AND young ladles of MilleraburR College to tho soul stirring melody of her voico. look out. Tho judgo also said that he is a black leg and a forger and is wanted tho Fair nnd Miss Mary Myers will ro She is still Hinging, but it's principally was reliably, though not officially in- both in Illinois and Iowa for obtaining checks, lullnuyfi now. She married Dr. Gregor, Mrs. PotalonR to assist her, making her second formed, that tho grand larceny limit had money on worthless went to Salt Ijiko City to live, and tho been raised to $10, and he would instruct ter is undoubtedly repenting at her visit. rasCol. John CaklmijcScmmkhm and his other day .presented him with a accordingly, nt the same timo wishing leisure her hasty marriage to tho cal. Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. h"ir. charming daughter that it was in his power to apply n whipMiwes Olivin nnd Wennio Summers, of Abingdon, Va., nro Tho Governors of the Kentucky asA no.v of excelsior in tho basement of ping post law for tho lessor offense. He hero nnd will bo tho guests of tho thought it would do more to stop crimo sociation havo decided on opening a Futho storeof l'arris it Hardin caught fire Hurdles, Hails nnd other friends by somo unaccountable meino, tho other and reduce tho number of inmates of turity Stake next year petterned after the for n fow days, who regard it as n great night. The fire company r&sponded im- jails than any law that could be enacted. Kastern Futurity. They say the stake plenauro to havo tho Misses Summors mediately to tho alarm, and a conflagra- Tho editor waa not in tho room when will be worth $25,000 tho first vear. witli them again and to become ac- tion was averted by putting out tho tho judgo said this or ho would havo NEW ADYEBTISEMENTS. quainted with tho lino old Virginia gen- - flames before they had time to spread. applauded and run the risk of being Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. tleman, Col. Summers. Tho party is on Dr. W. D. Penny wants it distinctly un- fined for contempt of court. If wo had its way homo from the groat Fair. derstood thntthis I100K nnd Udder sqund men with tho back bone of tho judge in Tiik following young people enjoyed a wns tho first on tho ground. tho Legislature it would givo us tho law, chestnut hunt in tho knoba near that tho times and ofienses seem so imPharmacist, Stanford, Ky. "In Dixie's! Land." This is the unmo peratively to demand. Miss Guynton, of Dan. . grape Full itoclvi ol fruit and ornamental trees, ville, Jack Hoazloy, Miaa Annio Hule, of n serial story which will begin in tho The following ia tho potit jury solect-edvinei, asparagus, smalt fruits, shrubs, and every, Dr. J. T. Bohon, P. S. Hughes, Da- thing usually found In a nursery establishment. James Yeagor; Mini Jemiiti Warren, Jim Interior Journal 'next issua and be Wcm-Idirect to the planter and have no agents. Beazley. Misa Mario Warren, Will continued each Friday till its 42 columns vid Rifle, Alex Beaxley, G. W. Spangler, Catalogue on application. II. K. HILLENMEYER. liurch. Miss Kddie Adams, of Danville, are printed. It is highly inUrtstiug and David Newland, J. B. McKinney, David Lexington, Ky. in Will Haughman, Miaa: Janio Feland, dramatic, showing tho lights and shadAdams, J. J. McMcKinnoy, 1. C. Allen, G-OO-D Walter W. Saunders. During tho dny ows of an era now fast passing into tho G. D. Hopper, L. L. Dawson, J. W. dim and distant past. The story will Dr. O. Fowler, J. J. Thompson, they visited Ottcnheim nnd were courMYteously treated by tho good people of servo to whilo away tho long evenings Johu Holtzclaw, Wm. Beck, N. W. I Will Sell at Cost for the Next now npproachingaud wo cowuieud its Sampson, G. W. Martin, R. E. Owsley, that place. 30 Days perusal to tho lovora of iictioa. Now is M. N. DePanw, T. M. Holmes, W. 11. Tne entire stoiW oftgnods of D. (J. Slaughter, detho time to subscribe and get it entire. CITY AND VICINITY. Underwood, Hnnley Gooch. ceased at his Morehouse in the tuwn of Cral) Oris a large ami The enso ogaiust John W. Young for chard,otKy. This new, consisting ofwell assorted Koods, all One suit of more than ordinary interstock Hulk oysterH nt .humor's. Goods are- weapons was dis est has been docketed for trial nt this carrvinc concealed 1 G. A. Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and cases against Nkw cnndlcBnt A. A. Warren's. term of tho circuit court. J. V. Crow & missed mid tho Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Furunlawfully, company Jheing O. J. Crow, Adams, for selling liquor Co., tho Mixni) epices nt A. A. Warren's. niture, Groceries, &c. wero continued with order of nrreat for want $10,000 damages from Aultman, Come nt once and secure bargains. Foil Sale ok Kent. Itesidencu occu Miller & Co., tho farm implement firm, tho indicting witness, J. N. Smith. T. M.Owsloy was appointed deputy clerk jtied by Jno. J. MrRoberts, on Main Bt. for chargingiin a letter to W. 11. McAfee GOES Miss Liccio Beazley. and others that Crow A Co., who were for tho term. Russell waa tho first man At first COM Remember that the first to como is Jonathan . agents for them, wero embewJors of their the first served U. R. KING. GEORGE B. PKKTr-irrD11. S. G. IJocKuit now hns hia drug fiued $50 in ono case for It H HRON'AUf.H, Adrar. 67 money and notes and that they would tried. Ho was liquor, one case constore in ship shape and full of rcoiIh institute criminal proceedings against furnishing n minor Itead his advertisement on this piguund "thorn. Tho outcome will b watched tinued und two sat for Wodnosday. J. call on him. A. Lcc was given 10 days in jail and with much interest. MORELAND, KY., carrying a concealed' weapR. D. BRUCE Attention Hu.ntehb. A complete lino To Uano. Hob Marler, qro of tho lined $25 for We have opened up a nice line ol on, JamoB Parker for nssault was acquit- Is Agent for tie Jones Lock Wire Fence and it is of guns, rifles, loaded shells, hunting the best Wire brothers who werejkoptin jail hero some ted; Thomas Hurley, Jim Morahon and pronounced by tho farmers to beno snagging; pig Fence in the world; as cutting, coats, all at bottom prices. W. B. Mc Call on I. M. Ilruce at time for shooting into a Belt train at Dick Logan wero fined for gaming and tiht and bull strong It. D Kruce at Danville, Ky Koberts. btanfonl or address Middlesboro to kill the conductor, against Jim Koid acquitted. Win. Stamper, tho "4 Lost. Cow 5 years old, light red and whom thoy had a spite, but instead kill- fellow that started tho Slaughter-Singletowaighs about 1,000 pounds. Loft my ed Mrs. Mary Dolling, n passenger, was row, 10 days and $23 for carrying We arc daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we arc marking place on the 10th. Libcrol reward. M. tried at Pine ville Saturday andaeutenccd concealed weapons. Trial of W. B. vs, tin ior rf a i rs nt emu. or i.tveir niMsia sue, I Itvtli; down lower than ever. F. Elkin. to death. It ia tho first time a Dell Smith for embezzlement, while in tho UiUU I'Hfcix. full ' O iiM'itj. slie imslcof tbo l.iU", most pnp- & Idol, sot for next ve you Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will Jrjii ru d Jimrkunn. nu't V'otl usrrumemau Co.nhtahlh Benedict arrested Tom county jury ever rendered smeh a ver- employ of Proctor $250 bond of S i.ioe.-- a s;ulton up in the most vlfttnnt man-money. Bailey Saturday nnd took him to Dan dict and it is to bo hopod that tho Court Tuesday, Sth day. Tho portraits, vli: i. 'uditu f"urlarro sizo l'uderewjkt king into nn out- O .itr. .ru..".,ita,lhaSi.nlstiilHiiCGr; tQfWe are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. ville on tho doy following, lie was of Appoals will lot it stick. Tho Marlers Willis Logan, for bre rt tbiirtm:t'tpiiuiil. hrtAt'ems ratu.anu jirs. ivinnlar be&utr. All ii.iiiHkm.ii deserve death and tho section needs tho house, was declared forfeited. About 10 X it..... Mil We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. wanted thero for getting out of tho orders to NCW YOHK. MUSICAL dross BUIO. Uroadwar Theatre Uutldlnfr. . Y. ho waa serving a $100 lino leeson their ignominious end on tho cases woro disposed of yesterday either KXETG cSf &ESmC83yS33333 gallows would teach, by continuance or otherwise. fjr Belling whisky. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal I - SEW DRUG TORE J 1 Mc-Kinn- Particular Attention Paid to Physicians' Prescriptions. m S. HOCKEB, M. D. Btore-room- s W. H. WEARER! & CO. -- STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS post-ofllc- o - m HEATING -- : m m STOVES en-roui- u ( 11 PlaMitfe : Wail! Mc-Kinn- 8 n y follow-ing.gran- d p Call Special Attention HUGHES & TATE. Yol-.no- DBTO8, BOOB Compounded son-nn- d Slny-maker- e, SCHOOL : SUPPLIES Prescriptions Carefully Wo Bo MCoM(OBE!MT9 Orchard, Lawn, Gerden. I Iligh-landSutur- 68-- 1 Eu-bank- s, NOTICE. -- FAML WINTIEIIl 8 -- AI3 Bn Come and See H. J. McRQBERTS. EVERYTHING m m Attention, F.ormrs. .i m KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Dry n C3X3XGXXS3SXSX ... JE 1 , 3IE&3ES 1UU K3e 3 j 1 work-houe,wlie- ro PREWITT. 'Jfrl--u,l- 'f- 'gL, nfr-- 7 H Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Evory Tuesday and Friday 82 PJCR YMAK IX ADVANCE en not so paid S3.60 will be charged. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at s:op. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail tram going North South..., " Express train" South n u North...... Local Freight North...... . counsel. "No, sir," answered tho witness, "ho chucked them down into his esophagus from tho end of n tliree-tlne- d fork." Texas Siftings. A J?rconcllInUoti(? , the defendant participated. "Did tho prisoner seize upon them with avidity?" inquired ono of tho During a trial in Now York a witness was being examined regarding a certain dinner of fried oysters, in which Itor II Ate Them. ti it .9 7 113 51 pm pm pm .107pm passengers The above ii calculated on standard time, Solar ime is about so minutes faster. Tht Utter traint alto carry South.. , 36 a m QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Younghusband (homo late) Forgive me, Gertrude, this once, and never again will I do anything to bring tears to thoso bright eyes. Mrs. Younghusband (sobbing) Yes, dear; I forgivo you. Often I think that perhaps I expect too much of you, a mnn with your surroundings and temptations; and look at tho way you wero drag-goupl Judge. Mr. IteyoiHl the Itoaeli of l'hlloAorUiy. No. t . Vestibule Limited, n.co a. m ; No. j , Chicago Limited, 3.5c a. m,; no. 5., New Orleans Express. i 27 a. m ; No. 7., Local, ts.ia p. m.; No. 9 , Ulue Grass Vestibule, 8 40 p. tCSouth-bound.- Trains pass Junction City as follows: ThK Training ef Girls. Tho foundation of society rcsU on Its homes. Tho success of our homes rests on tho wives. Therefore, first of all, touch our girls how to bo sucoohs-fwives. Uegin in their- - infancy to develop their characters. Teach thorn that jealousy Is an immorality, mid gossip a vice. Train thorn to keep tho smallest promlsu ns sacredly as an oath, and to Hpwtlc of people only as they would speak to them. Teach them to look for tho best oualltv in everyone they incut, and to notice other people's faults only to avoid them. Train tlcm to do small things well and to delight in helping others, and instill constantly into their minds tho necessity for sacrifleu for others' pleasure as a means of soul development. Once given a firm foundation of character Hire this, which tho toor-es- t as well ns tins richest can give to their girls, and no matter what neces sity arises tlwy will bo ablo to rtso above it. Womankind. WAULACEfiE. VARNON, to the cilice of CounIs a candidate for ty Judge; subject to tho action of democratic party. Stray Mul. strnyed Irom my farm near Gilberts Creek on the night of the silt, a pet jearllng, black hone mulo. Liberal reward will be given lor his return tome. 61 Tlao UTlorexioo Hotel, JLLLICO.TKNNKSSKK, ul JAMESJW. GIVENS la a Candidate nr County Judge of Lincoln, subject to the aillon ol the Democracy. jt Gilberts Creek, Ky The best hotel In the city and the only one with a sample room for drummers Itspccia attention to the traveling public Kates J. O II PERKINS, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. For Salo or Hent. A O. P. HUFFMAN Fino 5$-i- Bluo-Cras- s mlleof Stanford, containing too acres; Isaeandldate for Jailer, aubject to the action of Within onecorn land Improvements rhst-clatho Democratic party He would appreciate your 60 acres lights and water in house and lain. Klectrlc vote. Apple to KT ROCHESTER. Ky Stanford, is Farm TO All Tasi-Fayer- s. JOHN M. JOHNSON Is a Candiuate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the actloc ol the Democratic party. JOHN B. DcNARDI first-clan- s , Oarriago Painter and Trimmer, , All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and restyle Plain and ornamental paired in feigns Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanship and price Shop on msln street. overJWm. DaiighrTty'a blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky J. A. GIVENS sub- la a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the Democratic party. DINK FARMER Isaeandldate for Jailer, subject to tho action of the democratic parly TO COAL BURNERS 01 Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: o Having made arrangements with the Kast tcllicaCual Co., I am now prepared to sell you Jelllco Coal at the lowest possible margin. I find that by pa log cash and selling for cash I can sell much cheaper, so come and see me and see how little money will buy your Winter ng supply ol this coal, tne best on tne you for past favors and soliciting a I am respectfully yours, ccntiauance of same, S D ADAMS, Rowland. Ten-neosmarae-Thanki40-i- m North bound. -- No. 3, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 p. m ; No 4., Fast Mail, a.jj p. m. ; No. 6 , Lhiga-g- o Limited, a.17 a. m.t No. 8., Local, 1.55 1. in.; No, 10, Klue Grass Special, 6 a. m. Gifted Young Man Donttalk to mo Forgive and Force U of religion or phllosophyl What light If all day you fcavo nourishMl G. W. DEBORD do they throw upon tho problem of exgrlof. istence? Why do I live? What is the ob That was brough by some slight or some Is a Candidate lor Jailer, subject to the action ol wrong, ject of my being? the Democracy, enough and you merit rebel. Vcncrublo Sago (contemplating him You have suffered own torture prolong Why then your mildly) My young friend, I am sorry For resentment and anner win darken UltoVi M. F. EaLKIN, path; to say I cannot sew any good reason for And to save you regret, Is a Candidate for Atscssor, subject to the action it. Vogue. forgive A IIAIU) OITKSTION TO VVT. The 1S9J Taaes are now naat due and will be collected in the Shcrilfs office at the rnurt-hout- e and by special appointments si prescribed by the new revenue law Deputy Sheriff O. I New Und will bo In Crab Ouhard every y. I or my deputy will be In my office at all times and at HustotmUe.Waynesburg and other points as often as advertised by Slicntf official notices. The new form of Sheriff's g has rendered itimpoi.ible for us to canvass fur tasetthis rear, as we have heretofore dope; so all taxes will be collected strictly in conformance to the new revenue law, Kvery unwhotetax paid after November 1st will find his remains or prupeity lands advertised without further notice. The financial crisis which new exists makes It nrcrssarr that I collrct rvi,v ilnlUr n( the 1I9) taaes. as I can not cspect that help Irom the Hanks which has heretofore caused me to be lenient with the tax payers, flease profit by this and settle at once. tftpectfiiliy. J.N. MENF.tKK,.S L. C. Sa.-rdatok-keepin- THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post-offic- e room and see the and forget Never lot tho sua set on yoor wrath. Ella Marttn, In Farm and Hoov Tho lUgh Just of the democracy. Largest and Best Soloctocl Stock MRS. The gools and prices are V k. MMjm a rVy A- l Absolutely -- to Uro Single. IsaCandidato for Assessor, subjectlto the action It has hitfwfto been the law In Jnpan ef the Democratic party. that in a woman was not married by a certain age tho authorities picked out E. D. KENNEDY, a man und compelled him to marry to the her. Tho mikado has just abandoned Is a candidate for County, subject toofhee ofof As. the action sossor. of Lincoln this usnge. In future Japancso women democratic party. will be allowed to lrve and dio maids, as in European countries. W.LDAWSON, JNO. BRIGHT D. S. CARPENTER, At the well-know- n old stand ol J. Or Millinery in town, II. Green, in bound to please you. 10 Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky, T. COURTS. Would be clad to see his numerous friends and show them Inn stock of goods consisting ol Furniture. Saddlery, Hardware, llugglcs and Farming Implements. Give him a call. 47m . J. T. FlHRii, NICIIOLASVILLL, Jessamine County, Ky., ..STAN FORI) LIVERY, FEED AND SALS -- TABLE, mi mil 1 iwnce ;,;:;;, Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report ROYAL'BAKINGJPOWDER CO., 100 Wall St.. New York. "No man ever lived a right life who has not been cluwrtencd by a woman's love, strengthened by her courage and guided by her discretion." John Photographer Now, madam, if il Is Huskin. not oskini cr too much of you, will you or kindly make an effort to ah In I'crh.ms some of our readers would like to know what respect Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is to look pleasant? It will only be for better than any other We will tell you. nen this remedy is taken as soon as a cold has been a moment, Harper's Bazar. Do most to Tntelilfcneo. contracted and before it has become settled In the system, it will counteract the effect of the cold and greatly lessen its severity, ana it it the only remedy that wtll do this It acta in perfect harmony with nature and aids nature in relieving the lungs, opening the secretions, liquefying the mucus and causing its expulsion from the air ceils of the lungs and restoring the system to a strong and healthy condition No other remedy in the market possesses these remarkable properties. No other will cure a cold so quickly. rcrsaieby w 11. .Mctiobcrls, uruggtst, Stan ford. The luflncnoo of Woman. the democracy Is acandidate for Jailer, subject.to the action ol At John Mrfnefee's new brick on Depot street, by Keom i, Farmers Kschaege Itank. of Who will stall times be glsd to aecemmodale all Is a c indidate for jailer, subject to thef.aetion with good rigs at reasonable rates. My 'Hjis Jwlll the old JetTersonlan democracy. AW ays for sate. A1m Timber Lands in the mounmeet all K. C. trains. tains fer sale. Correspondence iieltcitcd. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the the Democracy JOHN BAIIJEY, J. W. RAMSEY, Pro'r., SPLENDID KAHM Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacco Farms in tho Bluo-Gras- s JOHN B. MERSHON action of 17.03 TT m?TATri I Tho place I to get your JU.WXV.kJ JL. UJLLV g done is back of Y eager & eager s Also all kinds of wagon and bugpy restable pairing. Give me a call. J. G ADKINS, Stanford, Ky. . TTfYD horse-shoein- CJ J oa-i- B. FOWEX.X.. GENERAL STORE, AVENUE, . LOGAN Stanford, Kentucky, The colored ewrvant in tho south Is occasionally good at repartee Mrs. W. W. HAYS, Yergcr found her servant, Delinda, reIs a candidate lor aller, subject to the action posing in tho rocking chair reading a the dunociacy. newspaper. "You seem to Ihlnl; that you are tho PETER HAMPTON, lady of the hous" said Mrs. Yerger 6arcnstically. Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action "Durinz mr term of service In the army I con the dcmociacy. "Xo, mum, Ise brack, but I'so not says A K Ittnding, of tracted chronic dlarrha-a,slch a fool as daU" Texas Siftings. iialscy, Oregon "bince then I have used a great Ma Servo Had Deen Tented. "Do you think you have and nervo enough to be a reporter?" asked tho managing editor of nn For Sale Cheap Privately. Iwill sell privately J. H. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM ot My Splendid Farm of 150 Acres, miles South of Stanford. This farm Jiituated Is ina high state of cultivation anu na picmy ui the best ol water All In grais but o acres. Has the very best of improvements W. W II YS, Stanford. Ky 1 l 47-t- i, INSURANCE AGENT' Representing... . ol Always'sells) goods lower than anyone else la town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. 'I Vill open on January iSth, iSgj, a First-ClaDairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of btanlord and How-lan- d at the following prices, delivered: Fresh Milk, per gallon so cents ss cents flutter Milk, per gallon cents J will make two trips dally. The patronage ol the ! G. A. PEYTON, public is solicited. J 1 yr. Stanford, Ky 10 ,... 8 91-- Skimmed Milk, per gallon applicant. ord, Kv. ....,...! sub' "I think so, sir." Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, " I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a ject to the action of the democratic primary. "And what makes you think so?" specific Ills very pleasant to take, "I'm only twenty," was the reply, which isfor cronp. the most important requisites one of adores. Intended for "but I have already proposed to Ave where a cough remedy iscases croup uso amongI of where children. I have known T. HATCHER different girls." a little one was saved by the use know the life of IIo was taken on. Iloston Globe. fer Jailer ef Lincoln county and A HORSE of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.'' J, J. to any amount of medicine, but when I found any that would true me relief ther would iniure mv stom subach, until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DurIs a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ham R cmedy was brought to my notice. I used ject to the acUon of tne democratic rnmar.- it and will say it Is the only remedy that gave me permanent reliet and no bad results follow " For sale by W it. Mclloberts. Diucgtsts, Stan- - SAM M. OWENS, Fruit Trees For Sale ! Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Hng.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. firsl-clsss claui-etattach- T. D. NEWLAND, All of which are Companies. I wools! be pleased to wait o nmy friends In this line. i'ol. At our Fruit Farms and Nurseit have as fie a icics promptly issued. Will Insure stalest tornacounty of Ktogsville, Lincoln stock of Fruit Ttees as any man ever haDilted, does, wind storms and lightning Lightning without additional khirgc ready lor transplanting; Into orchard and garden I'eachee will Office at First National Hank, bUnford. this Fall Orchards of Apples t and per nunurea 1. J10 niL rnitoinpii very-thlThe trees are nice, the varieties the best. and the needed to mako home attractive Vor circulars Children happy will be found here .ng J. A.M. J. .VKy STOLSN, THE GOFPEY HOUSE" STANFORD, KV., .THE RILEY JF. B. -- HOUSE . BILEY.EProprlotor, "London, - Kentucky. RlLFy I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Trof. Pottcrby Any letters for me? gist, iHanford. Delivery Clerk What namo, please? Prof. Potterby 'Why er blessed if I have not forgotten it. 1 am always forgetting something. If my wife When 7taby was glefc, vre Rave her Castor!.. wero hero Mrs. Socrates Potterby, When sbo was a Child, she cried for Castorl.a. you know she could tell yott in a minute; but I can't think of it to save my When Rho became Mlvs, hn clun to Gistorit. -When she had Children, she ethem Cnstoria, Jife. Indianapolis Journal. A tri-a- t Mk-"oh- Ill Wife ICnir. 50c bottles for sale by W. 1). McRobertf, druggist. At oca. Neb. friends not to commit themselves Drag- - .a. else. a. he is forced to stay at home and work.ol the DemHis candidacy is subject to the action ocratic party. iikshis AND BUCKBDARD -- THE OLD- - JACBISOIT SOUSE, SAM WARNACK, Pror. London, ...-- t ills of KENTUCKY. in, i'uuhv .n.i r.irfn.hft and in every wi ypre-Kat- ZEECIIDTOlsr J". HI. ROWLAND, KY, DEALER Has moved into his new store at the junction of pikes the Stanford & Crab Orchard and ''Cut-off- " prepared at Rowland and is now better than ever to please the trade In both IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, always call on Miss same suit? Griggs Yes; I want to show her father I am economical. Uriggs I guess yun have succeeded. He told me the other day you wore tho meanest man ho ever tuw. Clothier and Purnibher. Urlggs Do you the- pared to attend the very rcasouaoie, This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now 1 intend la conduct it m as to my stable In not only maiutain lis high reputation, hut to add and Harness wne stolen a CIicsbuI barrel, 10 Its leng lilt ol friends Special accommuds-UonifStanford, Ky. The Horse is hands commercial traselcrs and fine roams.for about ten years old, white In fate, about leg; high, white feet, bad wind puff on tight hind side-ba- Ibsdliplojr of samples. r has rather thin in order T he lluckboardblack body .A.FIrst-Clas- o springs, red running gear with Dutch collar harness nearly new. 1 he 1 mil give reward lor recorrvol the prop-,,,- AidlllLLIARD aad 1'OOL ROOMS attached M F KLK.IN, f JOSEPH COFFKV. Stanfersl, Ky. On the $25 REWARD. night ol August JOSEPH COFFEY. Pro'r, rd si, i9J, a Irom Horse, tuck-boa- in my charge and or iK !j Saloon -. ,7-l- Twilling in Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Miners an.1 La Orlppo. During the prevalencs of the Grippe tlie past seamen it wiu a noticeable fact tint thooe who depended upon Dr. King'.. New I)wctiry not only had a speedy iMniftv, but escaped all the tnmb-kwo- PUBLIC SALE. Saturclny, October aStJi, Wd-d- shippers ef the GKN'UINK Original Jellico Coal. readcrttMg Try it. We are the saIc lor Masfofd land Rowland t)fhcc corner ol Depot street aad rail An You STOCK. OF. GOODS, .PlilCJCS, look sad." to his stock Etc. He has recently added greatly "I ant sud. I decorated a lot of soup having 110 rent to pay and no loss by bad debts je can cll you goods cheaper than any body, tall platen for Mrs. Hoodelle and what do :57"yr and gt hi prices befere buying you suppos-- fhe does with thorn?" "Give it up. What?" "Uses 'em for soup." Life. o Arttst Ontr.o;et-"Whatho matter, Ilrudic? t's COME to SEE ME. Haing purchased the Ofrocory : Business the stock as OfJ.W Ramsey, lam increasing f st aa.pouible and will soon have it Complete in Every Particular. tsake it 3 Ifcr liiiunc'ljil CtrM. "So you didn't join with tho depositors who started a run on tho bunk," said her husband. "I'm proud of you." "Yen," hho answered, "I did think of it, but I fjot to wondering if my hat was on straight und forgot all about it," Washington Star. A I). Garner, after effects ot the malady. This remedy As Administrator of the estate ol L seems to have a peculiar power in efTuctl rapid only in cne ol La Grippe but in all dci'd, at will on cures, not ditcaswtof the Throat, ChMt and Lungs aad has cured cases ol Asthmi and Hay Fever of long standing. Try it and be convinced. It wont disappoint. Free tiial bottles at A. R I'enny's drug store CommenclKR ar .0 o'cloeV. sell to thfl hipJiesf fol d -- cedent the at the law residence of Ir7arV Chief , Wro,.l Mates n worfcM-les- .a ' Y V " Colt by Denmark Chief. TearlinK . . . . wcasfisv Mule, I worL w.th Jack l.Jw, U " j jennets arlinz aBl C?",,"d ..... 1 iin. . V.S ! "hll. -- All. urn of $.ond under caM, leimsil amount, cicilltoi 9 immins, . ...k ,n.,.n.l i.euritv. nrtroiiable ind tay- -aWe at Farmers Hank St 1 rust Lo ot Stanford, Look Out for the Opening of Allpwonshavtnc claima aijalnst the Chapters of L. D. Garner will present them properly veri tied and all persons indebted ta a. required the estate er ats HIGUINS ,V WAITS. Commercial Hotel, IIwcl at ftootlisr New 'X&'.uV.'luil.on 1 wlia store Jk, r ILZ Lrs, -- AT- g McKINXKY. KY . I have bmight ahovc mttiUun.d, aad have atucacd a 3s 1 JJ. First-01a- Bar aad Pool Room. the Hotel anJ inh,...nhit Jesae Thompson's Barber Shop, There are three ol the best Ilarb.rs in the State There are also excellent ruin kwisi run in Agent for I etingtoa Steam Laundry noction W II MILLUH J II. SOWDKR. Have repaired aad lef'irnlshed aw better than ever Prepared to Accommodate tho Public. I I17 Call at my store on Lancaster street and to your interest to trade with me 1 will Clilllr W.C. HUTCHINCS. 13. John Castleman. A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance B ARBEE "Then you are going to shake me in spite of the way I clung to you last summer?" said the thin undershirt, reproachfully. "Yes," replied the man with tho cold in his head; "yott uro discharged for gauze!" Truth. Up to the Time.. "Now," said tho editor to tins applicant for a plaoo a society reporter, woman "do you speak of a woman?" or a replied tho ap"Oh, both are plicant "I say smartly gowned." well-dresse- Jet. Dixie's FRANKLIN FITTS. W a (iAKNKK, Allrnrt J. I'. Chandler Auctionrer Ug$Z$& I JHpecisl attentunito Commercial-Me- n MILLER -:- & - SOWDER, W (JUKEN, Proprietor. JOB CARSON. Manager BEFORE THE WAR. BY JAMES TO THE LADIES. REAL from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this seaaon, t cordially invite the ladies to Inspect a carstuiiy selected stock ot Millinery at prices to suit the times. The Misses Webster, of Indianapolis, have charge of the Hress Making Department and ate now ready to serve gjj. nEALEV, le ESTATE ( Th.o Fqoos Valloy. The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall urc in crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits gruwn in California can be grown In Now Mexico, except oranges and lemons. Land from $ to $30 per acre on 10 years' time, at 6 per cent. Call on or address, R. CM ORG AN. D. D. S., Stanlord, Ky. Havine secured the services ol Miss Mattic AI-- n Dealers and Brokers, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY Company d OF LIVERPOOL,. MANAGERS, well-groome- d pa-we,- " & C ASTLEM A jN Judge. Comaierce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South, V7. A. TBXBSLE, Loud Agont, .STANFORD, KY. A Mere Formality. Hertio Hinder Suppose I -- Itould kiss you? Miss Summerltaze I'd scream. Bcrtlc lllazer Hut no one could hear you. Miss Summcrhazc- - I know it. Puck. A.l1ir BANK STAITFOI-T-)- , -:- lJI Jot Office Intinor Journal Building. Sunford.Ky PROPERTY FOR SALE. 1 ITow Millinory. THE JEWELER. - Stock Most Complete A thrilling story told in a manner that cannot fail to interest all. It Will Berjln Soon In the Golumns 0! this Paper. An ViiiburrutHiliijr. Question. .jn jSH Tk THE HORSE BRAND, the moot Powerful and Ponet rating Liniment for Man or Deoat In ezlstenoe. xVarge f 1 alze 73c, KC file tic. When anybody is ashamed they get red, don't they? MAGNETIC OILI Mrs. Yerger Yes, Tommy. Instant Killerol Pain. Tommy Then why docs papa alInternal and External. ways get ashamed only with his nose? Cure KHEUMATISM, NEU11AOlA, Lame vacx, Bjirainn, uruwe. Texua Siftings. f jiiwelLinffi, Btltl Joints, COLIO and UnAJXS'o initiuji. luuwiwjwi-1mOronD.DiDthuria. bore Throat, She UUla't ASc Dadttj to liny lUin. UKADACilE,!-- il' by magic. Ilrj IIow do you like Lord yopping-ton- , JOHNSON'S Tommy L- s. Mian Harrow? Miss Barrow Not at alL IIo can't pronounce his r's and I do detest being JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. Boston Medicated and Toilet. The Oreat 8kln Cure and addressed as Miss How-woe mot Faoo BMUtifler. Iale will find It Soap on Globe. and highly perfumed Toilet dlloat It is absolutely pur. Makes tho tho market. Might Call It That. akin aoft and velvety and restored the lout oom tho Oath for Infants. U a lnmry "This, I suppose," said the stranger Flexion: Itching, clean for the eealp and promote in tho city, "Is ono of your clubthe growth ol -- air. Price 2&c. For Bole by houses?" A. R. PENNY, "Well, you might call it one. It Is & police station." Washington Star. $&mSSJ mx OILVBW A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberts Drug Store Stanford. Owsley Duildin.. lnjthe n Stanfard Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. Fino lllue Grass Farm ol 333K acrea on pike My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, haa just re and finely impn.vcu. turned from the cities with an elegant line of mil. Offered Iinery, embracing finely Improved. . Farm of 100 actes, at low prici ALL OF THE NOVELTIES good land, can 3 100 acrea suburban property, be divided into to n lots; good house. Of the seasn, of which the will havo lull control. She also engaged a improved, 4. Fine Itlue Grass Farm, excellently on pike, 105 Firt-Clos- s Dress-Make- r. c. Farm of 14a acres, near R. R. stattou. Good Call and examine my stock of Millinery before blue grass land; small tenant house. buying and leave your order for your dresses. mokerately improved Thanking you for past favors we solicit same, .j 6. A farm of 310 acres; and well located near pike. Offered at a gresi MAKV DAVIS DUDDERAR. bargain. of 13a acres, on pike. Is ;. Itlue Grass Farm lalrly Improved. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. 8 ton. Town lots in Stanford In areas.'to suit purchasers. acres of knob land wttn house, 13. Thirty-tw- o on pike, ill miles from Stanford. STASLS, FHD acre fino farm wit't exce.'leri) 17, Ninety-thre- e dwelling and other improvements, on pike, mill, STANFORD, E.Y. 4 miles from Stanlord. iS. Splendid village farm, orchsrd, store, &c., Weare In our new stable in the Opera Houn at a great bargain. Blockland are well supplied with 160 acres, ood land, on pike. A si. Farm of go den red. YEAGER & YEAGER, Mil :?raw Q Sill rigs and:horses; nrst-claai I f farm, capable of division 34. Large into smaller farms. Desirable in every particu lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. st. For cacnange lor Kentucky property-tf- o acres good land in Kansas, Well located. blue-grass Havatxco purchaied and nothingbut urnouts will leave lha stable. Give them a Call. sssWBHyfcsWsasafssyJ attsWw 1 t J '?igj Aiaa ttvri(c) t - ,.15J Wi - .- - . 'A'-HTMSPl- ftiJ i: Kmrf"