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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893102701 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. Semi-WeeklVOL. XXI. y Interior Journal afc ? STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1893. -- NO. 9 LIBEnTY. ROWLAND. Tho proapoct of hii early vote on the year to -- It being Hussell Col. L. F." Hubble, as trustee, Bold o (urntsh candidates lor tlio Legislature, repeal of tho Sherman bill is quito the plant Wednesday d republicans met lu coiisontion ut frcrtiing, nud it Is to hi hoped tltnt at public outcry. Squire W. H. CRAB ORCHARD. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Kith, and 'ry demagogue who Bought to gain became the purchaser nt $1,300. on Monday,, the The brick from the old corner hotel The paper will continue be published Mr. L. Dunbar as their fntuli vldiml favor by opposing tho repeal, will to 5U1 1S93. to Mr. John Buchanan for under the present management. ts werosold dato In tho two counties. Tho domo-- hu retired from ollko us soon hh $85. Mr. J. W. Bolan, of Point Burneido, Hull corpi of Conservatory anl Normal School teachcrj. Superior counts iu Literature, Muiic and met tho next day nt tho name plsro hhi. The city creditors of I). G. Slaugh- and Miss Lizzie Nncu tho Ferris Wheel la to roirwin j Atul nominated Mr. John Coiley for tho Walker, were married at An. Kicvlipnt boardln? department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Chicago uftor tho Fair Ih over, it ia ter aro having his goods sold at cost. tho residonco of Mr. George Denny, Sr., la stated from iood same nositlon. but it . I. ..!.! ..... I . A largo assortment of goods aro going nt ullilllitlllliil t Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. They atithoritv Unit Mr. Coilev declined. Tiio numnii-- iimi. uur IfKIBIIUIirO lMSO II1U Kentucky building for n livery stable nearly nothing. left after the ceremony, via Danville, for race, no far, Ihhow between Mr. Dunbar James nro building n his home, where a reception was tenderi and Mr. Tyler Jasper, the prohibition and let the mslo commissioners net as proprietors, in order to got back part of house in their yard to retail whisky in ed them. candidate. as their license requires tuem to Bell it A temperance lecturer held forth DANVILLE, KY. Tho Casey county court of cloimB that extravagant and useless appropriawhere they live. e Monday afternoon to The Next Session of this nt the met hero on Mondnr, tho i!3d, and a tion. Institution Begins September 13, 1893. George Holmes bought of Mr. TurBusiness of nil kinds is looking upThe Keeley good shed crowd from all over tho coun a rather small audience. ner, of Middlesboro, the 50 acres of land cure beats all With a full instruction the temperance lectures dally adapted course of study, both EnRllsh and Clauical. While tho course olthe same time is toespe. ty wbh In nttondance. Tho candidates ward at this place. Most of the houses to prepare young men for the freshman Clas, it is intended at furwith which were vacated by the removal of formerly belougtng to tho Middleton and "Father, dear father, come Lome nish a liberal English education to any who desire it In connection with tho Academy, woro busy making acquaintances farm, for2,5u0. with me now" literature that wns ever and vowb to the dear people. In tho tho R. R. Division, are occupied by now A A Teachers' Convention will bo published. afternoon Hon. W. II. Miller, of Stan. comers; quite n number of men are at held here on Saturday, Nov. i, which Has bcenttahlished in the Home and under the personal Regular stuay A colored man named Lewis I.eavel heurs underlie supervision of the Principal and astiatsnts contiol ef the Principal. ford, democratic candidate for tho State work in tho repair shops and our merand the restraints and government ot chants aro busy. It is thought that wo promises to be entertaining and to which was in the police court Monday charged a Christian die are combined with ttie let educational advantages. Senate, addressed a large audience in tho , For further oirtl tilars in regard to board, tuition, et , addnss all Bre invited. It will be held at our with carrying a pistol. Ho was found laying his own clalniH nnd will get the full division back again , as tho long runs now being college. JAPIES B.WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. sprim-guilty and fined 135 and sent to jail for tho clalniH of his party before the people. On tho 1st of November W. R. Dil10 days. Tho samo day Jim Logan and While commending the merita of tho nude exhaust tho employes to such on lion moves his largo saw mill to LivingsAlex Leave! were pulled for running democratic party he made no particular extent that they can not control tho ton, where ho has purchased grcund, their horses on the streets nnd fined $5 vicious assault on the opposlto party. trains and expensive nnd fatal wrecks aud will in the future conduct his busi- each. n are the results. Ho was followed by Mr. Dunbar in The sudden death of J. A. Domaree ness at that place. The three democratic candidates for flhort but well delivered address who told Miss Lottie Dillion has returned police judge, Messrs. Hemphill, Brown party and the voters generally Grand Reporter of Knights of Honor) why his from tho World's Fair. J. B. Ullker-so- n and Best, decided to leave it to a com0 should support him. As ho was run will bu deeply felt not only by tho returned from the same place this mittee as to which should make the race members now belonging to that ornlng fori, different oilico aud Mr. Ijiy der, but by thousands of people who week. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Holdam are and it was decided in favor of the last was alsont, ho came in no special And prices to suit the times. We now have an in tho Windy City taking in the big named gentleman. "Uncle Dave," as with Mr. Miller with this exception. havo received the benefit of nearly f Fair. paid to widows and orphans on ho is familiarly called, will make it pret Mr. Miller in his speech ndvhod tho re' Mrs. Emma Farris has moved to her ty hot for the other candidates. publicans to stay nt home on tho day of death claims. Being tho founder of that residence on Lower Main, recently vacaMr. Sam Joseph was in town this the election and Mr. Dunbar urged them order, which Is over 20 years old, ho should be regarded as one of the greatest ted by J. R. Bailey, who lias moved his week. Mr. Jas. R. Marrs was hero this to go to tho polls and cast their votes. It family to ids mother's firm, in Mercer week closing up tho business of tho was also regular nicotinic day of tho public benefactors that ever lived. He county, whore ho will try farming next Mrs. Mary AnderCasey County Modical Association. It deserves more praise than the proudest year. . visit son has returned from a held Ha session In the county court room orator in the halls of Congress or the Those who attended the sale of thol to the World's Fair. Miss Kliza Lusk and wo understand from Drs. James greatest general that ever wielded a late Tom Hill, at Maywood, nro loud in accompanied the bridal Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, Wesley, 0. H. McUoberls and others sword. reMrB. S. W. Ferris was the guest of their praises of tho kind treatment party to Point Burnside. Mesdames W. that very interesting discussions ttook Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. ceived and no one Uft hungry or thir-itS. Miller and R. E. Hughes are visiting place, the principal subject being diph- her mother Mrs. Tom Parsons, this week. for tables were spread and all present Mrs. John W. Miller. Miss Allio Walktheria. There were about 12 physicians Miss JennioSelgel is visiting friends in were invited to et, drink nnd bo W. L. Watts and wife, of er, of Kirksville, 'Js the guest of Mies in attonJance. Among the eminent Louisville. brought roasouablo prices. were visiting J.. W. Carrier Sue Doty. members of tho profession from .urn. .unry morgan's nttlo baby gir this week. F. L. Clillbrd, train dispatchWednesday ovening at 0 o'clock at counties wo noted the distindied Saturday after n severe illness that tho residence of the bride's parents, in Hustonville, Dr. er from Bluetield, W. Va., is here attendguished Dr. Brown, of reduced it to a mere J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, Dr. Cowan, ing court. Mr. C. H. Brown has just re- crowd of friends skeleton. A largo lower Garrard, Mr. Clayton Arnold was assembled at Mrs. married to Miss Georgie Moore. of Danvillo,and Dr. Patrick Humphrey, turned from tho World's Fair looking ns rose, and he says Gormley's to witnesa tho funeral and fresh as a newly-blow- n is a prosperous young farmer, of Hustonville. it Is the biggest thing on wheels. Fox burial. Rev. Ragan, of the Preachers-vill- while his bride is ono of Garrard's most Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. Methodist church, delivered tho beautiful and lovely young ladies. Tho HUBBLE. Dudderar, of Louisville, made n running Don't fail to sec our Carpets and Rugs. sermon and then it was buried in the atttendants were Mamie Currev and e Corn seeiHB to u eeillng slow at J 2 call n fow days since. Dr. J. A. Anion, yard to remain until the remains of the of Buckeye, was hero Monday. Mrs. P. Arnold, Messrs. Fisher Gaines and shucked in the Held. M. Ward, of Knoxville, is visiting Mrs. twin brother can be brought from Tolls Tho wedding march Wilson Moore. More wheat has been sown hero this Charles Kelsling and is adjusting a claim boro, Ky., when they will bo buried in was played by Miss Altie Marksbury. fall than has been for many years. tho cemetery here. In less than a year The happy young couple will go to Joe Pollard, of Crab Orchard, has with Capt. J. II. Yunilt, agent for tho the pareuta have beou called to mourn househeeping atouceat the old Oiand moved to tho George Kubanks property. Standard Accident Co., on account of rlso the death of two bright twin babies, but farm near the Fork church. death of her husband. Bros. Arnold and Helm Reconductthey havo tho bleas'ed assurance that Monday afternoon Ed Doty and ing an interesting meeting hero this little Graham and Margaret are in bauds Charley White had a difficulty in the MT. VERNON, ROUKCASTLE COUNTY. week. that know how to care for them, which alley back of Walker & Norris' livery S. Dunbar is having his timothy hay .loir Arnold, who was shot in tho is an assurance tliey probably could not stable in which tho former shot and in Oysters always on hand, either in bulk or cans, or served to order baled nnd stored in his barn for butter head about 10 days ngo on Line Creok, have had if they had lived to manhood's stantly killed the latter. Reports as to prices. died Sunday. estate. Two littlo faces will greet them the cause of tho trouble nre conflicting, in any style, with celery, etc. Fleeeo Itobinson started Tuesday Mr. G, W. Bakr, candidate for rep- at tho pearly gites, if life is well Bpeut but the facts will appear at tho examinfor his uauiil homo for tho winter at Co- resentative, ia nut from I mul on shaking and in an eternity they will never more ing trial which will be held before Judge lumbus, till. hands and looking very hopeful. bo snparntou. morning. Robinson this, Thursday A. 1.. Spoonnmore after digging A little child of John Owens, who Tho pupils in the high school whoso White wns tho oldest son of Capt. and Iibb lives in the southern part of some 10 feel in his yard for water, And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. this county, grade in deportment, class standing nnd Mrs. K. J. White and they have the abandoned the idea of rinding it and is was killed Wednesday by the section of attendance was of sumcient average to sympathy of the entire community in Candies, Nuts, &c. , in great variety and abundance. Come in and making a eUtom. a log rolling over its body. place them on the roll of honor for the their sad bereavement. He was buried Uncle Fred Yeakey's daughter, of have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. G. W. Geutn, Jr., was injured Mon- first month, areas folio wk in tho Lancaster cemetery TuesJay afIJelltbwer. 111., ia vtsiting relative hoio day by a largo stack of lumber filling on Grade A. A. C. Lnucuford, Seott An- ternoon after appropriate services conTwo of Tom Smith's brothers are .visit- him. Ho haw the lumber start to fall derson, Jurfeph Newland, Bessie Magee, ducted by Rev. J. R. Tercy. ing him from Pulaski. and jumped or he would hnvu been William White, Alice Moore, Georgo A savs that the case was con Robert lvirls has sold his corn killed. DeBoide, Harry Mageo and Liwtie Benx-le- tinned till and that the probabilishucked in the field for $. Wm. Adams A party left for the World'H Fair ty Sb that it will bo dismissed. bout-li- t some Hteeis. weighing about last week. It consisted of Menus. James (trade B. Bessie Carson, Henry Bas-ti1,000 pounds, of Frank Itlgnoy at 3c. Mnret, J. J. Brown, M. J. Miller, Jr., David Holmnu nud Jessie Stevens. HUSTONVILLE. S. 1C. 0h1ov has boon selling his and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller. Grade C.Lockie Dillion, Kate SlaughNo. 32 shoemaker. Wanted, a ( lover seed at $.". U.S. Windlo is up Michigan Ave., in Mt. Vornon headquar- ter, Ada McWliorter, Ponnington Moore, Wo congratulate Mr. I. F. Steele on cat ters at tho Fair. from Cumburlnud county with 1! Payne, Georim Brounuuh. Annio Joe the arrival of a eon ami heir. tie. J. W. Bright has sold his timothy A mad dog was perceived by Mr. R. Bronnugh and Andrew Dillion. Henry Camnitz is adorning .the alhay at $10 per ton. L. Stark early Monday morning Grade K. Mattio Beazley, Capitola Dealers In- A ready pretty homo of W. D. Weatherford v ho loft home fur bombardment of several Ben Owsley, Jr., Slaughter, Ida Holdman, Annio May minutes was kept IndinnnpoliH somo weeks back, like nil up until the small CHiiino was killed. Stephens, James Adams, Sasie Dillion and with his hand of art. A rousing revival among tho coltho prodicals, has asked his father to Mr. Willis Adams killed one recently as Berta James. Btnd him money to return on. Prof. J. also did Mr. William Fields. Itislhought Grade F. Cathie Bronaugh, Ollio ored population resulted in 50 additions K. Robinson, now of Harrodsburg, was that a number of lions and dogs have Baker, Hill Bu'clianau, John Ohadwick to the Christian church. Quito a party of girls and boys went ut home last Saturday and Sunday. and Folev. been bitten so be on your guard. to Casey Saturday hunting chestnuts. W. Givens and Jas. Kugleman B. Grade G.Ieiia Napier, John Kuplier Livingston is certainly growing. A Only the small boys found the chestkilled a snow white squirrel somo dajs handsome new school-houswill soon be nnd Jennie Lasley. nuts. ngo. It. L. Hubble and J. C. Kiibanks an ornament to the village. Mr. George LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. The protracted meeting conducted are in tho mountains trading brood Cook, a merchant of the SceOur Large and Splendid Line Of bv Hev. G. W. Yaucy at the Christian There will bo about 20 republican mares to mules. J. W.JI Bright nud place, is n trustee and takes an active inBeechor Adams caught a jumper in Dix terest in hastening the work. Mr. John candidates for sheriff of Laurel conuty church closed Friday ovening with only three additions. river n few days ago 10 inches long. Mr. Walton ib building a new residence. Mr. noxt term. Mr. Bert McKinley's little niuce of R. W. Glvons is taking in tho World's Dee Bryant has just completodone Lawyers n L. Drown and A. and Lexington was run over at that place by left Wednesday to nltend circuit Fair this week. Dr. Cox, of Maxville, Mrs. Champ Mullins has one nearly finau electric car, breaking her arm and newas hero last week trying to got n loca- ished. Rents nro good and houses are court nt Manchester. cessitating amputation. while heio in demand. Mr. W. R. Dillion has For tho first time the medical board tion. He made many frieuds A very quiet wedding occurred at and all wish ho could have succeeded in bought the Sambrook saw mill nnd a of pension examiners aro democrats Drs. Caldwell, Pennington and Givens Mr. Henry Nails' on Friday evening. The getting a stopping place. residence with a largo tract of land for contracting parties were Mr. John Boil$:J,o00. Mr. Jack Turner, tho agent, and having taken chnrge Wednesday. At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giMarcli 0, 181)3. The Nashville, Tenn., There is very little talk about tho ing, of Parksville, and Miss Nannie ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the panic scarred and his charming bride are located hero. d Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, Tenn. for tho Legislature in thia courty, Evans, of Junction City. Rev. G. W. Mr. O. W. Seitz lias rented hia farm race manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as It gives mo exceeding Gentlemen: Yancy officiated.' pleasure to apeak of your Antiseptic, as 1 onSkaggs creek nnd moved hia family to but if they do what they say they will, Junius Reid, a thrifty young busi- fast as they can, which means that prices are now being something wonderful in the Jeflersontown, near reconsider it Louisville. Misses ueorgeiaaicer win get a good many ness man of this place, is now on the way of medicine. My old servant, Al- Bertio Martin and Snllio Cook visited publican votes. who is 72 years old, was very sick bert, Thos. Tharp, who was taken to tho road in the interest ot tho Hustonville complicated with friends hore last week. Mrs. D. with Pneumonia, Mill Co. Mr. Riker VauArsdale, of Har has returned from a visit to penitentiary by Sheriff Moran, last Tues- rodsburg, nepbow of Mr. C. O. VanArs-dalHeart Trouble and Dropsy. 1 called in Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and my family physician and ga7e him every Garrard county. Mrs. M. 0. Miller and day, went all the way there in a red unis located here in behalf of the same attention, but the doctor llnaliy told me Mibs Nannie Kennedy are visiting in dershirt and a pair of red drawers, hat sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that thero was no bono and tho only thing and pair of shoes, having sold bis suit of Co. Harry Hoclrer and his friend, Lu I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. that pnnld be done was to mako him Louisville. Miss Mattio Williams is at clothes for money to enjoy himself with cien Montgomery, of Florida, spent They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-han.goods, rotten At this tho Fair. Miss Ruth Worman, of Llv comfortable until the end. to give him Stockton's ingBton, was with friends here this week. when he gets there. manufacpoint I decided Sunday with relatives. Mrs. W. P with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the Antiseptic, us it Beemod to be perform-in- Mr. Conductor Charles Turner and En- Swopo, of Owenton, returned Wednes turers. Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands Harrison Baker has moved to town. almost miracles for others. It wan Mr. M. O. Sowder, wife nud Miss Mary gineer Lum Wright were here Tuesday day, greatly improved in health after a of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes irivon in rognlnr doses every three hours be'ean to decrease from returned from Missouri Wednesday. aud gave bond in $1,000 each for their stay of two months. Dr. Edward Alcorn $1, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c .i ti, fver ir.,t lnsn and a decided improve Mrs. G. W. McClure and daughter, appoarancoat the February term of the left Monday for Chicago. Hie daughters, worth $1. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth f 1.25. Ladies' Button Laurel circuit court. They were indict- Misses Lucy and Mattie, who are at Ox,..ftnf was noticed the first day. In three Misses Lena and Bessie, attended tht worth 1.50. The largest and best selected stock of days he was sitting up and Jn a week he wodling at Williamsburg Wednesday. ed at this court for murder, having been ford, joined him at Cincinnati. Mr. Jas. Shoes 90c, aa usual and is reClothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line was back ot his work the cause of the wreck at Hazel Patch W. Allen took a of cattle to Cingaining Ids strength very fast. I con- Judge McOIuro has returned from the in which two men were killed. of Ladies' Cloaks Oct rst at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. cinnati Tesday. From thence he will scientiously believe it saved tho old Cherokee strip nnd reports that his son, Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, go to Chicago to see tho great Fair. Mr. yours, man's life. RespectfullySbahight. Tom, and Mr. Bennett Joplin havo seThe ballot to be voted in Louisville L. B. Adams, of Longview, Ala., joined Frank cured splendid farms. Mr. W. T. Humph- next Tuesday week is 'J0x30 inches, or his wife and Miss Bettie Logan here No. fi Noel Block. Wednesday, when they left for Chicago. Stanford by A. R. Penny. rey, a prominent merchnnt of Liberty, 0.24 scjuaro feet. For sale In re-thRecord-Homestea- was hero on business last week. Mr. W. J. Newcomb is ncting agent and Maurice Brown night operator. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY- - d Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September Kin-nair- ! d , 1 possei-cra- i . ! ... I . . Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department I court-hous- court-hous- e, bo-for- e 13j,-00- NEW:G GODS con-Ili- ct Record-Homestea- ten-day- s' Bolan-Walk- or merry-Thing- s JziJJJJiD11 Mr-Arnol- d o stock: Ad-di- SEVERANCE & SON. OYSTERS I Fpuits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER ly u I Splendid Dinner for '25e. FARRIS & HARDIN, -- y. to-da- y n, firBt-cla.s- u Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. e wide-a-wak- o FARMING IMPLEMENTS. THE HARD TIES ARE OVER ovr-loade- e. d e .. car-loa- d JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. .. "ji SWtTW WW A MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Tiik Louisville Commercial says the picture wo referred to in our Inst issue Mieellermine, daughter of II. II. "is not intended to represent n rural Gratz, editor of tho Lexington Gazettof rooster at 11. It is a correct likeness, a Stafford, K v., - OcroiiEn27, 1893 living, breathing likeness of tho 'city was married Tuesday to John Johnson, Islnnd, N. Y. editor. It is placed at tho head of the of Staten Mr. Lewis Green Stevenson, only exchange column a a 'out W. P. WALTON. ret-'lewarning to young men like the editor of the Interior Journal to keop away ouhett. fuu iiuccfb tylw Low ice Nov. si. overstock- from the city and 'stick to tho farm, my Bioomington, hi., Ben Kennedy and Miss brankie boy.' Thero was also a pretty daughter of Rey. W. od ptirpcme to work upon the sympathy White, the ZEUD-A-IT- . T.B. White, wero married at tho bride's of the brethren to such an extent as to Wednesday. provoke an invitation for the poor, cramp- home, in the East Eud, D. Hutchison and Miss Lottio James DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ed creaturo in the picture to 'run down Waukegan, 111., sought for a week's shooting' and stretch his be- Zickler, both of For feUte Senator, nnvnltvand notoriety by having tho numbed limbs. Aud now what are you In tho great Ferris HON. going to do about it?" The apology is matrimonial knot tied wheel at Chicago. accepted and tho invitation is hereby For Representative, Chas. D. Pearce, vice president of extended. Come, bring your gun and we low Courier-JournaHELM. and son of Chas. knitting and spend a mouth and the fat the Goods, P. Pearce, of Maysvillo, will wed Mies For Superintendent of Public Sen ooU, of the land shall be yours. so low before. Roberta, daughter of Thos. P. White, a be V. McCLARY. Reports from tho other counties of the capitalist, in Louisville Nov. fltu. Senor A. G. del Campillo, of tho district say that Hon. W. II. Miller will WJiie.v it was Bent out from Washing-toget the usual democratic vote, but as Spanish Leaation at Washington, who is that the administration had agreed neither of them are reliably democratic, visiting in Louisville, and who, it is reBlack-buto a'corapromise on the Sherman silver it will devolve on Lincoln o give our ported is to marry Miss Lucile repeal, extending the time for it to nominee for bill denies tho statement sent to a State Senator the majority eo iato effect one year instead of ou its necessary for his election. The election Boston paper that he loft a wife inSpaiu. passage, it surprised everybody who had is less Tho night before Miss Beltio Devoro, than ten days ofl and yet but littlo learped to believe that Grover Clevo has been done to get of Richmond, was to marry Will Faber, out the full demolamblike Davy Crockett, always made cratic vote. We may need every one, eo ofCynthiana,8he eloped with Robert J In-di- do Calicoes, surt he was right before going ahead. we appeal to democrats to go to the polls TWrnll. doDtitv iailer of Madison. Faber It Urns out like weehould have known all aud vote the ticket headed by the roos- had flickered on a former date for the be A l-2- c that the compromise was the in ter. Mr. Miller's election insures that of marriago and the girl simply got even y sonatora veation of tho 6 Hon. D. B. Kdmiston as Clerk of tho with him gootl, all-wo- ol headed by Gorman, who steered the Senate. Surely Edward Eggman, of Anderson, Ind., there is enough at stake Si vnnn7 Tv a rfnnri thiig through, by making, or at least to make every democrat do his duty. aged SO years, was married last week to Goods this being leaving the impression, that the presi- Mr. Lay will receive the full vote of his Mies Fannie Jayner, aged IS, for tho gay dent had agreed to the compromise. party, the order has been issued to give that the 4th matrimonial venture May senators under the misapprehen- effect. Let the democrats be as unanimous and festive bridegroam. The amount 50, 5c,'? sion signed the paper, who upon being and all will be tha girl sold herself for is not stated, ? well. fnv ACln. of affairs, reapntieed of the real Btate loving and sympathizing friends. Tho 25c, pudiate their act and will now vote for a A .man at Emporia, Kansas, was fined funeral services were conducted by Eld. we ruty to force a vote on the question, $200, sentenced to jail for 00 days and W. L. Williams. be snnri sr.h nnl Rhnos on which final action, it is said, will bo required to give bond in $2,000 not to ol ersaiiies, Miss Eliza Talbott, It is almost engage again in the whisky business, who went as a missionary to Japan some or taken koes certain that the repeal will be carried for selling only one common, every day time since, fell in love with Dr. Vena-blbe and the "miserable makeshift" be shelv- bottle of beer. The judge who imposed on the same steamship a jYo ever ever commercial prog-re6- the sentence, is a fanatic on the subject which carried her to the foreign land, ed, no Jonger to retard ever or vex the democratic party, which of prohibition, but his nerve is to be ad- andboforo the voyage was over had is pledged to give tho people a sound mired. The severer the penalty the less promised to be his wife and give up her and stable currency. When this is ac- will be the chance for inflicting it. cherished plana to devote her life to the complished it will bo due entirely to the heathens. The marriago is to occur in News is getting scarco when tho dai Japan. gre man in the White House, who has the courage to stand by bis convictions lies have to capture Dick Tate again. Forty-on- e years ago George Gaskin, and1 the backbone to insist on their ful- They say now that ho was caught in of Brooklyn, left homoistating that h fillment. Tho democratic party Beems Yuma. Arizona, and is on his way back was going fishing. He did not return to hoed such a Moses to lead it out of to the State he stole so heavily from in and his deserted wife did the proper the wilderness and lift it from the custody of the "sheriff of Louisville." thing by marrying again. Gaskin re to si-lhl- in sloagh of despond into which it is by turned tho other day and found out $.',, Irthe democratic nominee for the legmanagement drifting, and his departure. iudompetent since islature in Pulaski is as mean a looking what had happened We bu, nutting it unworthy of popular confiHe was sreatly troubled about Ida wife man as the Somerset Reporter pictures dence. The people have decreed that finally acknowledged that him, he ought to be sent to the peni- marrying, but the repeal bill must bo passed and their tentiary instead of the Legislature. he had another lamuy in w"""""' twriw VU UWll( Ll .IHjllIU IjtlllJ iiuiii'nv fl t lltlll x.... 11. wish must be tho law. which, if true, makes it a good case of beyond, We we NEWSY NOTES. eix for one and a half dozen for the Goodi things the Under the new state of .Mr. i Claude Thompson, Jr , editor of tho othor. public printing has to be let to the low-eand Miss Mayme Mr. II. D. McClure Job Augusta Chronicle, broke an arm while The Courier-Journa- l Dodds. daughter of Mr. W. T. Dodds, of 'Printing Co., as usua1, and as it should playing ball. McKinney, took the train hero Monday The boiler of the tow boat Bellvue for it is better prepared than any other : in Jefferonville, : exploded at Cincinnati, killing one and night and were married office, gets the cream, being awarded the novelty Tuesday. It was inoro for tho of work, which wounding four others. first and second classes necessity that they ran off, as A. URBA&SKY & CO., Gov. Brown has named December 1 than from will put $100,000 into its coffers. W. H. Kv. no objection could be urged to tho Ha'rrieou gets the third class work. Col. as the date on which George Armstrong, groom, wno is a Bieuuy un r.ro..u....w. to Kentucky and interred, at Frankfort! E. Polk Johnson will continue with the the Spencer county murderer, is to be vmmi. .lriimMst. formerly of Crab Or- - Thursday. company till Jan. 1st, when he will re executed. wftli Crow A Co., McWilliam Jackson, of St. Louis, fell chard, but now Mrs. Robert Gibson, of Somerset, tire. Ae public printer and binder he bride is pretty, bright and who was Miss e when he heard Kinney. The Amelia Woodcock, died at: has as in every other station he has fill- dead in the and we hope a long and happy ner nomo ed in 'life, done his best and is entitled the case called in which his daughter lovable .ionuay oi riieumajism, ageti voyage on tho matrimonial sea await M Her husband preceded her to the to the plaudits that he receives from was being sued for divorce. rCdU.CC '"y ,argC stock of Watchc-i- , them. Clocks and Jewelrv rnri arfTor Martin Fay was executed by electomb seveM years. thoie who know how faithfully he has prices never so low. Call and examine DEATH'S DOINGS. the stock. tricity at Danemora, N. Y. Monday, for performed the trust. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Lad es watches former price the murder of Henrietta Wilson, his -I go Oh, Lord, why can't now Owens. Mr. Cleveland's backbone is still mistress, in Saratoga, on May 13, 1S92. Lad cs watches former price 550 now A0 00; The Georgetown Times says 130 conuow," were the last words of Mrs. Mary S35 perpendicular, all reports to the contrary The Bpectacle of a majority endeavLad.es watches former price Sar now S37.00 whose prayer was answered, for fessions were the result of the big revival Si 7. co notwithstanding. His resolution to lis- oring to compromise with itself is ludi- Owens, in a few minntea her soul was with itfl vcr Sl)00,,s. Mated Spoons, Plated ten to no compromise on tho silver bill crous. The only compromise the people -l- der Wallace Tharp is conducting Knives and forks all at the Savior. Her death came peacefully at 7 whatever is tlje only thing that saved will accept is cloture and the enforce-mnt' . a very successful meeting at tho Flem- -' H'l7tTiTTVT, m., Wednesday, after a long Ulnea of a. . the country financially and the demoa yote. '. ingsburg Christian church. I'p to Sun-- f heart disease and other complications, in cratic party from a most mortifying i While James Sook was eating supTlWc u ...:ii be made for CASH. of her age. Mrs. Owens, day there had been about 30 additions The bill will be unconditionally per at North Middlotown, Andy Thomp- the 73d year the money along with you. News. . was Sheppard, was 23 joining Thursday night.-1'- arj, whose maiden name repealed before wo send out our next pa- son struck him in the forehead with an Caldwell Female College of Danville, a county and married per. Great indeed is fSrover and wor- ax, fatally wounding him. Thompson born in Wayne -Samuel M. Owens, of Pulaski. They has been transferred to the Preibyterian " thy of all commendation. was hurried to jail to escape lyating. Synod of Kentucky, North. The Synod n moved to tbJB county anil for three Charles Dovore, an oil man" of the residence now owned will expend $20,000 in improving the Woman suffage has gotten a black eye vears W. W, was making it a female annex and w afterwards remov-- l school, .... n. 1 in Michigan. The last legislature passed robbed anil afterward laid on a railroad ing to the farm near McKinney where Centre College and offer to women the JkVJ. JAJA JlTx JA )A I 3 f I a law granting woman the right to vote track where a train ran overitis leg and Mr. Owens lived till hia death in 1SH3 same curriculum that the male school in school and municipal elections, but arm, mashing them to a pulp. It was and where his widow has Bince resided. furnishes its studenti. the Court of Appeals has just decided The New Preflbyterian church at the work of tramps. Of the children born to them Mrs. W that such an act is unconstitutional and m -vj Overwhelmed with grief over the C. Davis, J. B. Owens, Mrs. Laura Mont- Oxford will be dedicated on ''iKiday, Oct. the dear creatures will have to wait till loss of his daughter, who had commitMrs. J. W. Sallee, 20th. Rev. E. O. Guerrant, of Wilmore, gomery, S. M. Owens, the constitution Jis amended before thpy ted suicide by drowning, Andrew KimL. B. Cook Jebsamino county, will preach the dedi- ciu assert the prerogative heretofore ex- ball, of Chicago, Bought rest in the depths Mrs. J. M. Owens and Mrs. memory an catory sermon. Dinner will bu served o..r..;... j tn linld- In lovint:clusively that of tho male citizen of proi f on the ground and everybody in invited of Lake Michigan, very close to where out For six Tho new Christian church at Sadio-vil- le per age. goofl a mother as ever lived. his daughter had suicided. was dedicated Sunday in the pres- months Mrs. Owens has realized that Even Senator Blackburn's own towu, J. H. Miller, undoubtedly the oldest her end was near and spoke of it as calm- enco of a very large congregation. There ' Tongs, Pokers, &c. was a debt of $ 1,000 on tho church and Vorsailles, has askad that he come off postmaster in the I'nited States, died at ly and resignedly as only those who are $1,200 was raised. Georgetown Times. the perch and vote as his constituency Gauley, W. Va., this week. He was 88 She had of their Balvatiou can. demands, for the repeal of the Sherman years old and was appointed in 1832 by sure BR0DHEAD. earnest member of the Baptist an law. There is no time for dallying now, President Jackson. He had been post- been for 50 years and lived a true and church Mrs. Dr. J. M. Clark and Mis R. L senator, unless you wish to prove you master at Gauley continuously since. devoted follower of her Master, who Yeakey are visiting at Mt. Vernon. a dastard. aro of the people A granite monument erected in stood by her in tho hour of death and Mrs. Mary Whiteaker, who has of Kentucky are dead against the stand honor of Confederate soldiers killed in robbed it of its sting. After a funeral you have taken against honest irioney. battle, was unveiled at Clarksville, Ten- - o.mnn at in a. m.. vesieniay, mo re- - sick for some time, died on tho : Dr. Percy Benton bought the nesaeo, Wednesday m the presence of were brought to Buffalo cemetery farm at the commissioner's salo. The mains Tiiosjt that the panic didn't run away of 10,000 people. Several thousand exand interred in the presence of many Mitchell laud was bid in by O. O. Wilfrotn Middleaboro will have to go now. Confederate soldiers witnessed the coreWalnut anc Oak Eight-DaClocks 52.50. Nickel Arlarm James A. Demaree.the founder and liams. A dispatch says that bears and panthers monies. Clocks 75c of the ortier of Knights Prices knocked sillv on Mr. J. G. Frith, our storekeep or and Grand Reporter roam and howl around there and run afSenator Stewart has now spoken ganger, tins been assigned work at J. ter people in the broad daylight. A few 27timeson the silver question during of Honor, which contains a inemuenui-with tho distillery in the west end of yoajs ago the Magic City was a howling tho present session of Congress. It of 135,000 and is coextensive Snlmhhml territory of North America, this county. wilderness and from present indications would save time to squelch Stewart and Bro. Hyncsworth, the pastor of the home in Louisville, she will soon return to first principles. allow every legal voter in the "State" of diedBuddonly at his 21 years of age he Baptist church at Manchester, delivered Tuesday. When And anything in my line. Don't forget Wednesday tho 20,000,000 mark o Nevada to make a speech for himself in founded tho first lodgo in Louisvillo two very fine sermons at tho Baptist j the place, the Senate. paid attendance was passed at the with 1 charter members.. This lodge, church here this week. Col. R. Dudley Frayser, a n Mr. H. L, Tharp was summoned World's Fair, anunapproached record at 1S73, Btiil exists. Since banker and lawyer, died at Mem- established in homo any exhibition since the time whereof !.. .:. u,n nnler haB become ono of ed to last Sunday night to be introduc -- -m phis a young lady that had recently ComHul get the best the memory of man runneth. There was Wednesday. Three years ago he tho most popular secret orgnni.uoiiB goods for th least monev. and bring one of the Bluff City's wealthiest never was such a show before since the the casji Thero are 7,000 mem- made her appearance nt his homo. citizens, but ha met with reverses and in tho country. with you. Our school trustees contemplate r world began and the attendance" is com- Kentucky, 3,500 being residents his fortune disappeared. His life was bers in mensurate with it. of Louisville. That city has nlr.no 29 building a new school and an preparato insured for years of its existence ry for fliat work, they have levied a tax The Georgia Legislature, which con- lodges. In the 20 There are two republican tickets ut mil- of $1 on the head and 25c on tiie $100. tho lodno has paid out over Newport and each faction is fighting for vened Wednesday, instead of paying R. D. Thompson, who has been lion dollars insurance. the adopted device of the party, an ea- strict attention to homo affairs, is in a on the railroad for some time, has Leonidas Crittenden, Gen. Thomas gle. Tho Courier-Journvery properly state of agitation ovor the question RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. "7r Mi,ia n hero of two wars, died at moved his family to Greensbu rg. B ThrrAfeltrara . "m.. 1 Wl UHOW"' but-mi... ..i?s:,-r.- uim wjiue uie oagm is scream whether to adopt a resolution indorsin '"'nir acuoo 1. i'iO-.- .. on Ir lug the rooster can crow to great advan or one condemning tho National admin" Staten Island, New York, Monday morn Pike haB moved to the property vacated pente J tag's. istration currency policy. iDg, aged 71. The remains were brought by Mr. Thompson. allot EI-WEEK- INTERIQRJOML of-to- ZZfcVSFSiSrr 6 OH 8 PAGES, EVERY deeply-concea- l- from the Emt. Tlieyhn.ve noliled us that they have are aavantage of market, prices; now ed and no cash on hand.' Sre.J'!ut $ W. II. MILLER. MONET WE WAIT, HARVEY And money l, F. must have. Our prices always were the talh of the county, but perfect merchandise, such as Dry Clothing, Hats. Cans, Shoes, Carpets, Etc., was never marked This shall our u Grand, Triumphant (fleek sjli l-2ca- alo, wishy-wash- " to-d- ay e, pas-eng- er 9 Read. Ihese vnces will for themselves, All Blue, Simpson's Black, Manchester Fancy will sold at such as ver yard; Lancaster Apron GinMam 5c yard; best brands of Dress Ginghams 7 yard; test quality Zephyr 5c per ounce; Tarn oc hanU or 65c voUnd: I vavars n nhix ' potion Thread, (or 10c, Frio on allpur Dress and Flannels cut in Gents burnishing Gomfswe will almost away. Large red and blue Handkerchiefs worth J0c; Suspenders 10c, worth 25c; Sox worth 10c and loo: white laimdered Shirt, mn.h. vz ,.J,7 i Shirts worth doble the money; genuine Celluloid ' Cottars 10c working Shoes can i,on for less money than ,,w;. ..27--, manufactured for. Children? shoes 20c, worth 50c; ladies' heel and wring heel, warranted sol bought Oar turn's shoes at and $1.25' can't elsewhere for double the money. other store did, will or can sell the same nd 1-Sover . eiJ. ff PERFECT CLOTHING .'' For such low prices as tho Lottisvillo lower than ever Children's mils ,0c, 'Shears, S3 $8, worth double the move,; mcn'ssuMsin all f., and up Don't fail to look at our guarantee 1oncfsnt wards. the goods elsewhere' for double tie ..... 7seSt,dUuuf fft mschZiefo get wow a tlend at a doubt. meanjM what say. Don't your Winter at such Low Mares. Salinger personally to this Great Slaughter Sale. """' THE LOUISVILLE STORE Stanford, I 1 1 court-hoiiB- Great Clearance Sale. SM of &&& b W a. REDUCTION. ' j. -- ,ig A., txj. jFjiL""r""- saud-bagg- otl ocn)a lt.ini-htnan. "'IIRTW! 1 a rimrTOivr r m. BTIDVIKS CJQ Stove Pipe, Elbows, Zinc, Coal Hods, Shovels, I M'KINNEY BROS. REDUCTIONS y Nine-tenth- s I f SJCfCLONE I - - ; i l Watches, Clocks, Sterling and Plated Silverware, Spectacles, well-know- Blanks, The JwaIap v , $13-5,00- 20-od- d run"-nin- g CENTRAL " T.-I-- UNIVERSITY al I ...., ,jr , wlMHT Simi-Week- ly InteriqrJquknrl iiJ,row,'K"ooroDnii7.1803 W. P. WALTON. TIIUOUGII SLKH'iNO OAIIS Wo nil love comfort, (apcliilly when wlml a Hreal comfort ,l ifl trAvellnk', WORM)' VIAaUO fOUIl KOUTK TO THK KAMI. "Ilercl You haven't got that word VREVrY LITTLE OLOAK. npclled corroctly," eald tlw lawyer to Ono of ib Monk Obaxtnlntr Shrubs his new clerk. "Whnt'B tho matter with it?" de- How to Moke on Artiatio Oarmout for Northern Ijawtra. for a Olii. manded tho clerk. "Why. It should bo Instead of In i:ugk,iMl It II Atan OMMkbrtd On of It's tho caso against that old Th Matrrlata Url by the Invontor at tha MloMt "Wtntar JTlaata far tha woman for trespass and you've got mo Tlilt Churinlnjr Dmlgti Wan a Worn. Oat UraMflt ConaldnVable) lfaa lUrmrU It. for tlrw- down 11H tho 'attorney for tho perseoiii AnUtjulty. tlon' Instead of tho 'attorney for the o p-o- Tlffi RHODODENDRON. Wasn't tho Ham. After AH. iHttftlHpdli la itecoiving His H.6.RDPLEy,- - i a to to able to tnko h Blecplnj? car nl your owh homo which runa right through to londH ONcflKO without chancu nnd to of the pnongurH nt the ontrnncc pa bIiirIu Krft Worlil'a Fair without of any kind. How chluiRoortrnimffr Why simply cam this bo accomillBheu" by, askinR your local OKcut for a ticket via tho Hip Four Koute, which Ib absolutely tho only lino running through eloiiinK cars In connection with the K t T. V. A G. Itallway ami Queen A Itouto direct to thy World's Fair Uraunda and landliiK paasenRere convenient to tho World's Fair Hotel DIb trift. Through Slt'ening Car leaveB 11:15 a. M , Atlanta 2:10 i m., Konie " 25 r. m , and 51 v. ., Chattanooga at Chicago 5.15 v. t , Ask for tick-etYla Big Four llouto.and lor further nftrmatlon addrcwa I). B. Martin, General Passenger Agrt, Cincinnati. 11 Ores-ccaMa-coii- and tor t'w.rurrens out of doom, tho rhmUxUixlron tube n prominent plncu, Tlmre are ntinxvouA Rpccicn und liuiuy vteriatiw, but mora that arc A Itvmnrkabin Man. It waaan it pity that mich it n imtwlfioiue over)rsvn shrub llko Jason (In tho billiard room) Is mutrnnin, which In indljren-otiH-t- o this tho kind of game you usually put up? Ui United rUe-tnhould bo r hUU)1h DitMin Oh, no, I always iiHcdto In ltotno frroutxl. It Is piny ? A great deal JaAon (facetiously) better, of cour.so. On son As 1 was about to ay, I always used to play much worse. This Is the best gamo I ever pi (Jason recovers after tho application of restoratives.) Chicago Itocord. d. Amonpr ptwnta for cool hotiM) dooora-tlo- u prosecution. '" Economy docs not necessarily sneri-flc- o "Oh, It amounts to tho snmo thing In daintiness and beauty to tuxtfed-ncsfthis instance," said tho clerk cnrolesi-ly- , Bomo of tho prettiest dressofl and flvo minutes later ho was lookimnginablo aro mudo over" drcssob, ing for another job. Chicago 1'ont. and the number of bewitching lltths l. p FALL Cfodds : AND: WINTER .and : GOODS. call. Warranted a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed Give tne rliodo-deivlro- nu e, o garments onr grotro-nclothes nan capable of being turned into for tho tiny folks Is legion. Tho little cloak Illustrated here is ono of tho "made-overs- ," and I am CAMFBiEZLX. c& AT7STX2T, quite suro no prettier need 1ms oAked maiden for to put a little into. It Is very simple, but I wrvs con- OfRtte and &ock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint and rpair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. verted to the doctrine of simplicity for children long ago. The materials for thu little oloak NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, Pro'rs. four-year-o- ld ,' 1 ar-rlv- ii a raatlilloua. Haverstip More Weary Walker 's too rhododendron lh not trfoctljr hnrdy much of a 'ristocrat fer do business. in Hm IntltndoM of New York und lion-toMnnoy Steirpes What's ho doln' atxl rtxjtilroM homo protection now? tlto winter. On Utis uooount, ntul Haverstip More -- Got so ho won't ulhf of Ita ffrvnUsr cost over sleep nnywhero 'cept on n flower-bed- . jnany lwtrdy, decidtiotiH hhnibs nnd Puck. cvorjrrwjiiH, It bus not been plnntotl Muat llai an AltrnotlT. except by jieoplo of wealth Kdltor Tim, If young Mr. Juc'cwn who wish to keep up tints fc'rourxln nnd & Norf olkiWestern R.a who hnvts a K'nnlener to enro for them, calls this morning tell him 111 sec him llecntimj of the cterjfreon leitveH of at two o'clock. Tim Yls, sorr: nnd what shall I tell a (fhinoous htie, if for nothitifr SchrJul hept j, I?J mor, tho rhndmlondron hhould ilnd him if he don't call? Once a Week. a placo on everj Inwn, for tho rxnko of Judging lr Aipearunca. LEAVK NOUION DAILY variety. Add to thin 1U low growth "I know why they call that bird an I'oeihonlM and 1Q.1& ft m lor Ormhtm, lllutficld, btutiftil llowens nnd wo have n auk," said Lester ot the museum, Lyslhbutt. KIcbmoDil nJ Noilelk. Srcplni Ci lion lllucfirld to Norfolk and plnnt with few rival. Still, umaU-un- s j "Why?" asked his father. lUUford. alto from Lynchburg to Kiehnood with but n limited ptirno cannot ntTord Powhatan and Gooln "llecnuse it looks so awkward," cried Itilnilor I'ocahonlat, wit) Wave Illufild daily il)oom, I ojptn and many plants, esjK'clnllj of the mimed Lester. Harper's Young People. but nurserymen ' l.ac lllurfild TOmm and 9 vo p m daily lor and grnftHl rorU, rH'cdllnKHatnuiodcr-nt-nree Mir Did tho Cnartlnc. aod Coluinbui, O , Chicago and all poititi ofTcrlng unnumctl Kiea price, nnd they tiro euro to give "I alwuys knew he was too timid to Wail I'ullman rlrcpcr an jMf m tram tar Chi Mttihfuction when planted singly or in propose." Additional tratna far Witch and Intermediate groups. Upon the lawn rhododend"Hut ho married a short time agp." iUViodi on rUhvrn luir lHarbraVl iiuprndii "Yes; but he married a widow." ron nhould have a Mtuatlou protected Nartou Iroiu th Eatt daily at Tralm arrive at winds of Life. ' from tho cold sweeping c i p ru )r furthtr Inlormatien a to tchrJuIti, ralrt winter. They like a light loam, ciii-rAc. iniHy to accnli 01 .oiifttii kii immured annually with pent nnd leaf TWO WAYS TO MOLD VV A TKAIN. W.11.IIKVII.L. nti.t Can I'aai Act ItoanoVr, Va mold. Tho Mibwill Miould rrtvntlro, M V. II R A OO. for they k not thrive well If kept dryj Trat I'att, Aycnt For greenhotiHe culture thc ipu.st lc nnd kept In tw, Miinll pots as C50INO IK 'OV AKE tlio rtwt t.pnoo restricted, (live gtnxl, rich soil and good drainage. They are or strictly n cool houso plant, nil will THK A not do well In a warm atmosphere. hotiM) as near forty degrees as possible Milts them liest, although they will litwna nnd iik-nsur- u To Cjikaoo via tiiU Lakkh. Tlie trip to the greatest fair on earth ride; Dutrolt to Chicago anf a via'lho grandeat palaro uteamors on tho LalcB. l'icturejfiuo scenery. Iteturnlng frofn Chicago direct, all rail, or you can go to Chicago by rail and return via the IjikfH and Detroit. Berth Biid meals between Mackinac nnd Chicago HJlind-trlrato from Cincinnati $21 UO For full vfU Toletlo and boat ItOe IwO II. A 1). 1". tlir information auk and C, McCormick, Kcagent. or adilrefs K. 0. (.'; AT. A. C . H. A 1). It. It , Cincin nati, G. --Tmr grwUeBt 1,000-mllo p ltUOIK)I)KMlllON VKtTCIIIAM'M. tohIIj lott4.T known In Htitflund tlmit here, and tbcru It forma ono of tho main feat tiros (if tliu tindcrro'th of (rrutinda. in it. The body Is dark bhM Totn wha abjectly devoted. Kitty Oh. tell me all rtbout It! Was platded off with lines of gold and red, it really a thrilling tale of love and the sIoovch of plain blue to match th ground-wor- k of tho plaid, and tho passion? Tom Yes; I did tho love, and her cuffs nnd yoke of brne velvet. Illne ribbons tie uuder a little round chin. father did the passion. Truth. Ilowevur, the material Is Immaterial! Itlaky. Colors ami good taoy vary to spit a Sallow Passenger Don't you think body's tas--t and worn-ou- t dronssl there Is always Mime (puff) risk In riding (pnrT) in a smoking car? Passenger I do, sir. There Is no telling (phew!) when tho man sitting next to yon may light n Moves thrco seat, forcigarette. ward.) Chicago Tribune. I lled-Fnec- Kitty And were you extremely fond iversalonly the 6leoTcs really. So the llttlo coat has all tho near of of her? turn-good- A Minor Hole. dpess belongworo well, a worn-ou- t ing to a former generation! 'fo us e was not unsure, tho worn-outne- House Painting and Paper Hanging "Sign Work, artistic and plain. We guarantee A specialty. work 5b give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky s :: :vii ... .Tie World's Fair Rotite from the South d Pennsylvania short lines IS OVCR THE Tho n, dur-Inf- c' Ixn-ao- FROM II til LOUISVILLE OR INCLUOCa CINCINNATI. 1 DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Fcflmsr' vsllbule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, I ) flnU AUTISTIC LJTTLK C1.0AK. fiute Through tha Indiana' Natural Gas Belt. TICKETS I I V n pot-ttlbl- 11 NORTH TOTEST, 11 Louiavlt.lt la 4 NatHVlllc R. ft. tht line for you, at Ita Double Dully TrnliiH Mike doit connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI too warm IUiododendrons nre prnpngntttl in various ways. As mentioned, many are raised from seed. .The seed pods should bo allowed to mature, but must bo picked lefore bursting and plnced in n warm placo in the house. As soon as the jhwIs burst the seeds must be CHESAPEAKE & OHIO gathered and sown thinly Mix with twenty parts of line sand and ion in pans lllld with equal mrts of lincly-slftcloam and decayed peat, Philadelphia very thinly with a sifting of thislover nnd a little sand atxl water with a line Baltimore, Now York, hot). Tho seedlings should be And all other Kattcrn Cities pricked mil Into small pots when IbotMtt Line between l.uulivlllc, I.tinitonnd three or four leaves have formed, kept Kailrrn 1'ointi In the greenhouse a few weeks and IN Er'KECT NOV. 1, iSg then moved out Into pit. Tho seeds will keep coining up for Cuttings of side shoot are month 7 lrl,m t'lprioa Nil J, daily HiaRid Accommndation, No 6. e Sun 11,40am often taken, and inarching and tntier-in6.iopia N 14 daily Kipreti, are souiethues practiced. Stocks It Minimi: Accom , No 18, e Suu. 5 13pm for grafting are raised from seed or IIOtlNt) Arr. I.eiinvtun: WEIsr nuttings and grafted in the spring 7 35m l.KUrtnn Accnm,, No 7,e Sun 11.40pm when one year old. The saddle graft l.ojTTille Ktpreia No 11, dail I.eMliKton Aiconi. No 1, en Sun iiipra is commonly employed, although the 6.1c Ytntiulcd Kpret No: J, dally bide graft und bud give good results. Svti'l Vratilmled Traini with DminR Cart, N The cuttings hhould Iks of half-ripbut tjanfcri s woqi and should be stuck into 'Ibruuch Slieprr from Loingtan without in a clce frame with moderate ' II FUI.LKR, t'.n. RYAN, bottom beat. Hut little prunnlng Is re(Jen. I'att. A;t, Ait't 0n. I'aat.Act., quired, nnd when it is necessary it C, Claclnnati. Wathmcton, I). should Iw done ut a time when tls part remorrd can be ued for cuttings. tm.ou(;u:tickkts sold. HAOt.AC.h CMICKKI) I'or all oinli. TMROUC.H r'or any mfsrmalion .inuite of JOKS KICK. Acant, Stanford, Ky Or W. W I'KNN. Tmv Pan Aftni, Junction City, Ky withstand sixty degrees In the daytime if the temperature does not full tix low at night. They should Ik? left Indoors the first two years, nnd may then be put outside during the summer after that. The growing season is from April to Juno, when they The hhould have plenty of water. plant should lie removed to a txl pit or houo on tho approach of cold weather, which should be kept just For early alsive tho freezing point. lowering, should be the plant brought Into moderate heat from December onward, but must not be kepi Writer? The male way t Or goods frefih from the counter may bo treated acceptably in just this fashion. Tho pattern in thia case was adapted turned "wrong side foremost" from a round-yokFrench Mother Hubbard. The little yoko may be cither round or square the little illustration shows a happy medium. The oloak is plaited Instead of gathered to tits yoke, with only a narrow heading, and tho plaits running eaoh way from are in the center a broad double of the back and from the opening in front. The slcevevs are veiw full nnd platted into tho arm-siz- e rather than gnthcred, and plaited, too, into the velvet cuffs. Two long strips of material (lined heavily with "stifT'ning") aro plaited into a stiff little .frill that stands upright on either shoulder. These epaulets aro graduated in width, from quite brood in tho center to very o narrow where they merge into the altogether on either side. Long ribbons tie at tho throat, nnd a hook nnd loop fasten tho yoko nt its lower end. And there you have tho little coat complete! Could It b simpler or more childish? In mj' own eyes t Is very dainty and charmiug. Annie Hamilton Dorraell, in Cotxitry Gentleman. e side-plaits THROUGH M THESE SOUTHERN ANy OEMRtO RAllA)t. 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Sleeping Car Reservations, etc , call on or address any agent of the Queen & Crescent Route or E. T. V U G. Ry. 1) G. Edwards. G. P A., Cincinnati, O. arm-Bir- . HOUSEHOLD PiTMICK NOTES. of tho THROUGH CARS TO CHICAGO. , stone, kind from the hands. (101.D and silver jewelry may bo thoroughly cleaned by a strong solution of ammonia u teaspoonful to a cup of water. HiNBlN'O all sorts of vessels and uten-sile- s with charcoal powder is a good way to rid them of old smells that Boom to defy the sand and water scouring. Ax npple jxniltiec is said to bo so good a thing for sore eyes that it U used regularly in French ho'spllnls, but any poultice is dangerous for a nonprofessional to apply to the eye. Diht on a wall paper can bo most readily removed by rubbing over it lightly a lump of dough made of tho coarsest flour, and but llttlo stiirer than for a pudding. Stale bread is often used for this purpose, but It is not so valuable as tho dough, as tha latter leaves no crumbs. thligsto use in removing stains of any is ono best viivtM4wiv DO YOU GOO0 PAY ! ! FOR GOOD WORK WANT TO ADOPT A BARYl Mnyte you think this Is 11 new buslnom, ending out bnliles on application; lthntK-cdono before, however, I'Ht uever havi1 those furnl'hol Ix'on 50 iniir the original samploas Utcryunc will ciclaltn. "Weill Uils ono. that's the sweetewt Imby lever pawf This ciiktuvIiip can pive Uttlo jou but a faint idea of tboezquteUcoriglonL. blacii-anJ-whlt- o RAILWAY. Washington, d Fqr Ladies or Gentlemen ! $5 to $500 Cask! to results uccompliElicd ; in addition to a liberal coiuiuitsiou of AorliB twenty per ceut. 'V'ti MTB U'lc JrfcaigalarXtaaafcJf JJai ow g The female way. Ilia Chicago Mall. Kipxrlrnr. 6KSS PMMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. BHBBBBBBBalBBBBBBmJ'blBFrQ e coin-pon- VoungWives 4tMother5 Friend,, PA, peck ot tomalous, large or mnull, put thorn In u porctduin kvttle, cook thirty mlnuteti, thttn add an tHpml quantify of giitUd plnoapplo. Weigh or mcus-u- r and U) uch pound allow one pound A tfrnedy which, if used as directed a few of granulated sugar. Cook tdowly one weaks before confinement, roks it of its Oiour, put lulo tumbsers or jars and HORROR AND RISK TO LIFE when coltl tie up In two thlcjrpf tes of of Wrth mother and child, as thousaads who tissue paper. ThS small yeUow vitrte-tare the best for this purpose. havTu it testify. "Ivsed two bottles of Mothkrs FaiiNtiwlth Ilia Ifsplerte. woman miTTOIous results, and witu every Dtrcn 10 "Woman's nuperlority to man lie In hat to pass inrouenttieoraeaiot cnua 'II tney win use hothirs loraiew greater intellectuality," said Mrs. sit will tobconhnement of fim and suffering, her 8 with an emphathi murt safrtv It lift of ntnihrr and chtlJ." ihs.Sam Hamilton, Montgomery City, Mo. jnod. by express, charnrs prepaid, on receipt of Yes," salfl her husband, humbly; "I liOperbottla Sold by all druggbts. book always thought it was lu her mind." lers inaiwaire. PctroU Tribune. Ca. vo offer undergo woman'3 severest trial Who are for the first tlmo to One wlio Iwk never tasted' this delicious prenerve bo n treat In Ktore. Mrs. Borer'B drroctiows for preparing are as follow: Hettld mid skin a half Tamatu MavematliMto. y fJuffrage-Progroa.- DfULU Ksculator Co , Atlanta, "1 tell you, Tomskln, you don't know To Wash Ik Hair. the joys and felicities of a contented For washing th hair, particularly married life, the happy flight of years, mi oil as is inclined to be oily, nothing the long restful calm of" common "How long have you leen married?" is better than the A woman' hard soap rrlw haj of the kitchen. "Mr four days." Chicago Itccord. used it frequently herself and seen itai An KMrIIiI Acquaintance. benefits tested in otlter cases proCodling Why did you speak to that scribes It with strong faith. "Make a strong suds," she says, "rub it quickly howwid tramp, old fel? ttilley Why shouldn't I, chappie? on the hair and waiwi it off again at. lie Isn't In twade and he doetin't work once. After that any scented soajt or wash may be used in the way of an ordifaw n living. J wdgr. nary shampoo." An English makl.who Is lie. Had tilt Iaa--. famed for tho cars "bdon't want to meet him, I own halm, may ba tatkat of her mistrows' in furthnr testiItim'nomethlng." mony of tike ttsriM article, as thu onJsr "Is It more than you can payf wash "I'm afraid so. I owe him a thrash- with asite ujuwi is soapsuds thiskosteel teaspoonful wf frlyssrina and ing." Truth. the white of an sgg. UadoirbtatHr, Mawtty. if omen waste money in expensive hair Simple beautiflors and preservers. Teaher Define mrmory. Dull Hoy It's whnt w always has means right te oas's baud ars jajuat it till ws om to speak a pisse. Oood effective. The palp cf'a lmr, for inNews. stance, rubbed on reals aftM Usir will stop ordinary case of falling astt. M Other Hirmae KmU. Hlggs TThy don't you lrtiy oos of quaali Hla Wlthaal Csgs, coats? rltose farthlonable Bake the squash la the skell; when Briggs (after a painful pause) 11 lev. done, remove with a snoen and mask I am too shori. Chicago Trlbisno. through a oolauder. For on pie, tak sight tablespoonfuls f tVs sqnask, Ray. "Johnny,4st up; the sun has beon up half a cup of sugar and one and cups of boiling milk. Poar tha thrc hours." "Htt him; I don't hays to sarna for a milk slowly over Ine sqnasa, beauar fcapidly mcanwhUtSs to tuaW tfte aa)ci iars light. Baks in cms ImptMlbilitics or Uncertainties. Evary thing Fair, Honor-aWlN e, M Plaii and PositiTC. See jirogmniiue in the WeiHy Enpirer of our Fourth Annual Contest among A jmmiU for krgcet clubs. Ajency for the Webxlt fiNQUUUa ts long-taile- d it a profitable bueineM. It is lie bit tchtol in the world to prepare ne a Wasim contact with the publiv, a vteppiiig-tton- e to bmineee uiHImkia aad future propperitj. W rrnt jjtod Agents to solicit for jtihsoriptiais. Tlie inducement are IA fr ttra I i4. KNM1RER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. ut ons-thir- d you.no nutter wuero ou ntand. thU (rrcH-- t painting of Ida Wauh (the moat celebrated of modern painters of baby lirolaro to be rlren to tboe wbo tubscrlbo to Uemorcst'i Vamily tlatra-tl-n for 1KU The reproduction cannot be told from tbe original, which vot $t03, and ar the tame alio il7x! inehen). Ulio baby U II f U. uinl abaoluttly lifelike. We have aUo In preparation, to aieent to our durinjr IrtO, other great ylcturt by Moron.slaud Humphrey, Loum Dceiurnp, niw oiueruoi wonu-wm- o oidy two eaamplca of what renown. Take warUddiirlnir thopist ear, "A Yanl of and "A Whlt IlouM Drehld" by tbe Ifeof I'rwidfnt llarrttou, and you wUlseo what our prouiincs menu. TUoae who ubiorlbo forTJeraorwt's Family ta abHraatnoftirlttU wUIpoMtwatrallerTof works of art of sreat Tiilue, besides a t Jldjrazlno th-icannot be emiitled by any in the world for , ita beautiful lllustratlona and luitu-r- tlmt will hccieveryou. post-- rl etbxtall Tbo topics of tho iUv, and all tha on laiUaad dlSerunt lttns of tnlerc-b- t about tha ammboU, be.tldes furolnbuiir InteresUnr tbe mutter, roi linirfamily; both gravo and gay, for not and while Demoret's Is whole arepcrr-frv- l. a fjUUu Miijtailiw, tls tubkm pair on 1 wo kIvo you, ru of fW, all tho patterns yon vraili to usodurliiK the jcar, ana In jrrnr In nuvulio jou thooae. onei. only $2. and you will really 111 JIUe. AOlirresi uir iiuuiuucr, tret OVLT iTl W. Jeantnars Uetuorwt, 15 Eat llfli St,, New Vork. If you arc unaeriualnted with tb Uatfuiino, scud lu t.uuu for a specimen copy. Tbueicul-ftteruproducttonsub-crlbiuobart-tt8!ulVivPan-ilea," which we propone to sead to you, tranipor-tfttiO- R paid TIm UtUo darllny retaKuinft a pillow, and U In tbo act of drawing off lu pink sock, tho mate of which has ben pulled off and Dung tudde with a tilumphant coo. The flJoh tlnu are perf oct, and the eyes follow I'M A DAIBT." of rid V. r wUW tiiftmyi, nMft)mJl -- Tf iWWiH 9tUaafti - J k E "I don't wish to alarm you, sir; but his nonchalant antagonist a glance this is serious." was decidedly savage. that Under the temporary Influonca of the Tho seconds resumed their consultastimulant Mr. Bostock sat up. tion. "I bog of you don't try to talk," tho "Is it worth while to try to get an doctor said. "Your life may depend explanation?" "Xot In the temper your man is in, upon your keeping quiet" His remonstrance was not heeded. I should wiy; not without n shot. Wo "I want you nil to know," cried the will stand them up once, and the first exchango maj- - lead to nn arrange- wounded man, "that I never wanted to kill him. You saw the chance I gave ment." first have "If it don't put one or both of them him. I could head put my easilyball as just as beyond the reach of arrangements," through liis He h;wl muttered the other. "WVll, come on." through his hat, if I'd wanted. damna-bl- y Messrs. Itasnct and Dorion crossed a chance then to take book the insulting words that he whispered tho road; the others followed them. I wanted him Tho first rays of tho sun glanced to me nt my own table. just to say: 'Mr. Bostock, I'm sorry through the trees; the delicious harmony of birds shook the air; tho throb- that 1 said it, and it was not true,' bing of the engines and splash of tho and I would have taken his hand. But paddle-wheel- s of a boat ascending tho no, ho must die, repeating tho insult. The fool would rush on his fate." wero painfully distinct. river "Mr. Bostock," said the friend of the Mr. Dorion thrust a small stick into tho turf and deliberately measured off man who lay dead a few yards uwhy, ten paces, marking the limit in tho "what wero those words that you claim wero so insulting?" same way. "Not another word!" the doctor "Will you toss for position, Mr. Bascried. "Silence and quiet, at the peril net?" The other osscd up a coin. "Heads!" of your life!" "I can't toll you," Bostock faintly cried Dorion, and both bent over tho replied. "You must not know what ho placo. "You win, Mr. Cnstex. Please make said. Nobody must know. The fool! what tempted him? Say, Dorian your choice." I have made The person addressed walked to one all of no will but my child, Corallc, will of the sticks; his adversary walked to the other. Contrasting them as they --aiT' thus stood face to face, Hostock apyou-romem- bor! sS-r- I CHAPTER ACCOKD1NO L TO "THE CODE." y. Mm HE story will be expression on It. Tho pistols were taken from their nn autobi-ogrnphI, cases; one was delivered to each comDorr Jewctt, batant. The doetors retired to where nm the nar- the horses were tied. The seconds rator. I nm a went to the road. "Please observe the conditions," Mr. native of New Hampshire; but Basnet said, in a loud voice. "Each the larger part man to hold his weapon porpendicular-lj- up or down so! The word will be, of my life has been passed in 'Fire! One Two Three.' There must the LaFourcho be no shot before the first word or af U;r district of Lo- tho last. Do you understand?" uisiana. This "Yes." "I do." should be said, "Are you ready?" inordertliatmy p peared tall, broad shouldered and ruddy; Cnstex slighter in build, sallow of face and with a decidedly sinister f'M jsfli-ffiSsy-Ta - v9 don't seem to bo anything coming to me but tho samo poverty and tho same labor that you have always had." Ho looked at me a serious, pitying glance it was and sat down on n granite bowlder. Ho leaned his head on his hand and sighed. ".M3" bo3, I've often thought of this. Your poor mother nnd I have laid awake nights talking about it; but I never thought It had troubled you aii3 What do you want?" "To go to the nendomy muybo to college and by nnd 13- - to got out Into tho world, tr3 to make u man of like tho men I read of, and to seo something besides these hills and these people. I'd like to get.rluh, and eoino back and build a big house for 3011 and mother over on the lake. Yes, I'd like to do anything rather than live here all ny life." He smiled nt my youthful enthusiasm; but his look of painful reflection quick-1- 3 returned. had just such dreams "Dorr, when I was young, and I presume that 1113 father before me had them. I wanted an education, and couldn't have it Poverty, hard toil ami embarrassment seem to be the lot of God those who cleave to this soil. knows, I wish things might be shsped as 3'ou wish them; but how to contrive it I do not know." His hoe dropped from his hand, and his ej'es sought the ground. chanced to look down toward the river rond nnd I f aw n man in a buggy top at our gate. A woman, my mother, of course, hs there was none other the hout,e, came to the door. There was a brief parle3"; then the man got out. hitched the honw, climbed the fence and strode over tho upland toward us. t Perhapa my frame of mind just then inclined mo toward a presentiment Perhaps the reader will uy that It Is always easy to predict after the fact No matter; the fact remains the same that n sudden and decided conviction was forced upon me that this stratiger m.y-sel- f, 1 f, ictti, llfti v. The t iih-c- Hl' ir money,, t , 'i UtotlIa'e Arn'ca Salvo. mic In the rM l.)i cuu, built rr. tetter, .lt thHini fier mu ill iklr cltrtij) nt ", ill'. ', ' p pay rcititi-t- it or 1 r p11 THE ADVOCATE Cnnici to you every other iHy In Ihe year for 011 ly K I lie cliraprtt nu uen paper in m mucay three innnlha. Addicta 50 onr eeta II 1IU ADVOCA.I1C, llauille, Ky, .i i n "'vcurM "tin 11 . idol . t'neo ., .nm t"l yi 00 p- -r V ent fvv- Mlnfaclioc f to p-- lr qgaw tn BY AUSOIUTIOX. Mmesptiulc Oiy, 31 VERS ISOl'SK p. W. GREEN, Prop. ThUataMe, which n Mjrri lluute, l rOO n lonneetlen with,n liHvnccn tupplird with A Now nil CURES D5SEASE WiTWOUT JftiEDICSNiSa A prcpaiti pmsT-OLAB- Lot of Ilorses, Onrriagos, Buggies, Wagons, ruuimer' Snppl n and It tetter than eeer ptihllc with Miipply thn a LOUISVILLC, KY. c.it Jrrr. St. niaa ofialu kindb. UiMithbHAM, Ala. Permnal ami pinn platlenlieii giver. tuWeitdlnji I'artiea and llurlala I W OUKKN, I'rfpnetor. A I.. HUHNS, Manager 33Stt hr SO 1 Arjcncy for The Klrclrnpnwull cuit'tnony can l ulwajo ml orVc1 Ilk will It bat wheic imthHU t4 Keir Cm II. Mean, chirm In myUmity Covington, Kjr It l tertuwlv R derflln rumflit IiJ It U mare wondeifH M to bow ltrf"H IM wmk, vet It (In, it T K. l Hrinlry, plw manufacturer o. the Sun h J (I ho Louttville, S.J aafcaf CAVEAT8. With Ih KtMtmpo e I have ernl drtpeptia, TRADE MARKS. hgrtppr, Sea ache MmtiplKn ami her lioM. DESIGN PAT8MT8. tif thackr, -bad coM. tammatitm, copvnioHrs. otoJ riilnful, are call- and P'Hm Tho For lnfortnllnn nI freo 1 lanJhook wrlio to en chim) In to minute claltt and fcvt-- r I ba MUNNJ A CO, 3U lllKMUVt AT, Nut YoiilC. J'. H. I.yle Churchill, Ky patent In Ameilna, OMrt tmreati fur eocurlna u I ):Tery patent taken nut by Inwtlit Iwfi.rn ttio puuno by e nutioo itlroa Irco of cliarica Ui tho Ut. Testimonial lwtg bunk Sclcntiflo American vitrn 5 W 1HJ rell numi, tn-tllH- U, al-oi- DR.J.S.APPLEMAM The Famous Specialist, To Visit Our City Professionally. Lanrest rlrnilat'iti of any dentIflo pper In thn j luietlieenl world. hi'lMididly lllu.traltxt mau ahnuld bo without It. Weekly. ;itU0 a mmittia. Ail(!re .MPN.si A CO yMn IIW.Ix Vl MJallEHN atil JlrD4iaj, ow Yo CUfj . , ..I AKK lllr I I An lixccllcttt Chance for the Sick and Suffering. FREE CONSULTATION, And raaaiiMlk.li at I. liiotrHVHi' H(wA.afCJ ;eoftrfc- I Private Carlo at ho THE POPULAR AND DIREOT MNETU "Fire! One " The last words were drowned by tho start. The straw hat A worn and report of the pistols. copy of the Vieksburg1 worn 1)3 Castex was seen to turn upon Dally Citizen of April 0, 1S53, lies be- hisheadf he took it off, and exhibited fore me. After the occurrence of cer- a bullet hole through the crown. "Are you hurt, Mr. Bostock?" his tain events with which future chapters will deal, I took the trouble to secure friend eagerly asked, running forthis paper, and have ever since pre- ward. "Xo. Cive us another shot." served it. In its columns is a brief and mo to saj "It rather unsatisfactory reference to an af- word," Is time now for of Mr. Castex,a said the friend excited large interestin fair which had "He does not instruct me; thatpartof Mississippi. I was not a coining up. because It seems something witness of it; and the description after- I Interfere ward given to mo by one of the actors like murder to allow this difficulty to In it was so much more in detail than go any further. Mr. Bostock, my printhe newspaper account that I prefer cipal has accepted your challenge beto adopt the former in setting this cause he comes of a race of fighting men; his father was killed at Waterlandmark at the outset of the story. upon his If you follow the left bank of tltc loo; lie wants no imputation here and He has come Vieks- own courage. river down to a point where the burg bluffs sink to the ordinary level has exchanged shots with you, declarof the river banks, you will come out ing to me that you have no just cau.e upon a beautiful grassy glade over- of offenso against him. Whether you two can looking the water. Some small elms have or not, nobody but you gave you know. The language which and cottonwoods made a pleasant house, your shade bordering the road; a wide strip offense was uttered InWhat ownwas, no it at your own table. of land, posibly thirty rods across, lay between the highway and the river one heard but you. Both of j'ott ought now to be satisfied; both of you have bank. vindicated your honor. Let the afTalr So early upon the morning of the Sd of that April that the sun had end here." Mr. Bostock faced the speaker. not yet shown his rim above the trees, "Does that man," he asked, while his three hoi somen came at a brisk trot voice trembled with passion, "does down the road, stopped at this grove, that man affirm that he has not given dismounted, and tied their horses. people are not here yet," mo just cause for1 offense?" "The other "That is what say," called out Mr. one of the men observed. "There's Castex from where he stood, with a time enough. Ah! there they are." Three more horsemen approached strong French accent. deliberately re"Then you lie, sir!" from the opposite direction. They also torted Bostock. halted here, and fastened their horses. "Indeed! That Is very good. You will All of the six were dressed in white observe now, messieurs, there is readuck suits, for the weather of that son to fight, if there has not been beppring hud come on hot. Two of them fore." carried each one a case of mahogany The seconds silently assented, and wood, and these two, after saluting recharged the pistols. As they handed each other, came together in earnest them back, they saw something in the conversation. Two of the others also faces of the principals that predicted approached and shook hands, and the another result this time. The steamer prefix "doctor" wasexchanged between them. "A disagreeable business," one ob.. T.T.fiiVZiVr'time-staine- d may bo underat the stood ersonality "Beady." "Yes." eas y c ?,m jrwtiA. " i--ftr w-rtgw- L " DON'T TUY TO TALK, 1I1K IKK.TOII SAID. was to have n positive inlluenoe upon 1113 life, and that his presence hero ut this time was of itself a promise of great results for me. Ho walked rapldl3 removing his wlde-brlmme- Myers House, Stanford, Tucsdny nnd Wednesday, Nov. 7th nnd 8th, Krom T-- i d palm-lea- f ing his brow wlthn large red handkerRewriting every lour wrekt limine, the year. have It all the plantations here and chief as he came. Ho was tull, powerIn Louisinnn all all " ful of frame and llorid of facer and I The blood gushed from his mouth observed .that there was and he fell back In a faint. about tills color, hardly tan, that I at once attributed to the sun of another CHAPTER II. latitude than this. Kvery detail of is AMO.SC. THR CRAMTl IIIIXn person and dress I took ia at once; my As has been said, the soeues d .. tontion was certain sharpened bv scribed in 1113' firt ohaptor were ' tiie presentiment I have mentioned. I witnessed by me. But I had iwii and judged him to be at Last fiftj-- years known one of the chief actors long be- old, though his face was plump and I had fore that memorable morning. unwrinkled. His features were Imld seen and known him under circumand handsome; there was a twinkle to stances that make it necewmry to n due his ej'e and an smile comprehension of tho narrative to state upon his face that made him seem the where, when and how. most charming of men. Short curls of ; It was five years before. To ls ex- chestnut hair ran all over his head act, it was the spring of IStS. I WHS His dress was rich in material and planting corn with my father, on one of fashionable in cut; diamonds wen- - in the almost sterile hillsides of the New his shirt-fron- t, ami an immense soliHampshire farm. Tho humble roof taire sparkled on one of his little finunder which I was born was visible gers. down near the river. The Merrimsc Ho came up within a few feet of me, wound along two sides of our little and paused. M3' father had thus far homestead, furnishing the onty cheer- not seen hitu at all; he was absorbed ful feature of the scene. Hillssteriin his rerery. The stranger looked le hills encompassed us. Twenty from me to him, and spoke In a rounu, mllos nwa3 I could see the granite top heart' voice: I)r Arplerpan firnierlr ff Kew 01V, now perof Mount Koursavge soaring to the J ijri'I'ia e '. hi I 'i If kv "Well, here we arc. M' lad. wliat's manent of tkllrv ir i n iial Me. il I Ue;e, New ' rk clouds name?" 3'onr City, the ml nnial'lr in.titntio 01 iti kml la I was a boy of eleven, rather precoAatcrca. ilehatmadea tpoculatui'y of the "Dorr.lewett, sir." cious for my 3'oflrs. I attended tho "Is that vour father?" public school four months in the 3'car, EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT. "Yes, sir." 1 and labored with my father the balHe walked over to 013' abstracted sire Ami in rhr"nle ! ance of the time among these roeks. I and bestowed such a hart3' thwack Cnauty llopiita'., Niw Ihe treat Ileltevue andl York City, and there-.uwent to "meeting" on Sundu3'" in the nl tlii. etpcrieet'e are miny phr nominal rurei all nver the Stale. He iucieattarty trcali old edifice on top of a high hill, on the steeple of which n veering wooden Acute and Oh.onic Catarrh, codfish denoted the direction of tho wind, and saved the people from tho ltuiKiK l Kara, dea'ne-- . dieae f the eye. par, luni., alamach, lvr, kidney, ur nary rn--l profanation which a cross la that dy.pep.la, bladdor, uervmia pKHtration. I listened im place would have caused. iHiatitto, 1iUI, -. cured itl.mt tull; No IiU llrnofri'iJ.. phto the choir, elevated to a fearful d bo d4HttM from ctk uin ai height In the rear galley, as the3' 11 1 hat and wip- 'a mormnf nil Ve.lrmJjr noon. ,.0A.yTs wjisht Sleer, And WORLD'S FAIR VUor. Can, 1'alltnan llurte t repember the Movon li the lne, with VntlbMleil Trailta, DiMing Can, Palace Chu at Kixf.t ratct. Far ioformatioa addreia IAS IIAKKKR.O I' VV. ORUIl.tP I A , A . ni Ckltaeo. Farmers Rank&Trnst OK STANF0KI), KV., I. bow fully Co ever-recurrin- g orjiBied . and ready far Vuatae. wlta Paid up Capital of Surplus, - S200.000. 21 000. sl'CCEbSOIt toTHK LINCOLN NATItl.S'AL HANK. OK SI'ANrOKU, Now tlxing up) with the tame at.etaaad uadar the re maBigenieiit. Ily provitioni of lt chatter, depotttnra are ai 'ully proterle4 ai am depitt( in Natlaeal HanVi, It. ihAteholdeia bcinf hetil Individually aVe to the etteait ( the aateMtil of their llock therein at the rwr value thereof, la addition to the .mount inveited in such tharet. It may act at ctecutor, admimttratar, truttee, Ac, at fully at tn individual. To thote whe cetruned thru tiuUiaaii la ui while tnagln Ihe Linewln Naetooal Hank ol Stanford, we we hero tender our many th.nkt au1 truit they will cemtiaue ta tianttct their butineai with ui, ottering at a guarantee far prompt attention te aaiwe, wur twenty ycart eiporionec la banking andai liberal accommodalMMt at ate cob intent with tound banking. DIKKCTOHt'. I , 1 hr'-t- t 1 eplli-p.- . and fugues. I heard thedoleful-visageminister pni3' and drawling-voiceforty minutes at a stretch, and preach d d thundered forth resounding anthems Young ud Middle Aged Men f- WiUlami, Ml. Veriwm; J. M. Hail, Man ford; Stanford; J.S S. J. Kmkry, Stanfard; J V. .ynn, Stanlerl; J K. Caih, Stanford; William Oooth, Slmlard; A W. Carpenter. Mlllcilgeville, Ky S. II. Shankt, I'reiidenl, Dr. J II. Owtley. Cathur, J.J. (itry, W. M Ililghl, rel.tt served. ft liasuet about?" These two, eaeh with his mahogauy-cas- e under his arm, had drawn off out of hearing. Uut as my account of the whole affair came from one of them, their conversation may bo stated here. "Has this thing really got to goonV" "I suppose so unless your man wili ithdraw his challenge." "He can't do that. To do it would bo to confess that ho never had any grounds for it." "And, do you know, Mr. Castex says that ho never did have any ground for tho challenge. But Bostock put the nlVront on him in such a public manner, and in his own house, too, that ho Mvcars he'll fight, unless tho ohallengo is absolutely withdrawn, without explanation." "Well, it's an absurd thing! Duels I liave been concerned in, have fought three or four myself, lfut never before was engaged in on where nobody jlbut the principals knew what the provocation was; and one of them insists that there was none. It seems like boy's p):.y." "Look aty- r manhe acts as though lie were too angry thiVminuto to conT?' tain himself." Tho principals to this meeting had bowed in tho most distant manner upon reaching tho ground. Thon Mr." Castex sat down, propped his back against a tree, lit a cigar, and smoked it as lazily as though his spirits wero perfectly itnrufllcd by tho prospect of tho coming encounter. Mr. llostook, on the contrary, walked nervously about, switching at tho grass with' his cane, and occasionally turning upon 1 - wise. They say both arc good shots. You brought your instruments?" "Yes; I carry them in n largo pocket in inj-- saddlu-ilap.- " "All right; my darky Is on the way witli mine. Nov." what are Dorion and neither of us bo needed." "I hope so but fear it will be other- "Indeed it is. I hope wo shall r-- 2-, tl r VO - l-- K rtf.rM !V' ?rijW TJ.. si fevy s. a XM ft W3 ts&s THE IJl'K!.. o v ""4' had advanced to a point nearly oppo-sitwhere they stood, and the slow deep coughing of her pipes seemed to umphafciic the scene. Again the word was given; both pistols spoko together. As tho smoko floated off, Bostock was seen standing upright. Castex lay his full length upon the ground. Both doctors were instantly kneeling by him. Ho never stirred. A small hole in the. foreheajl showod whore the bullet had traversed the brain. Mr. Botock looked at the group. "Is ho dead?" he asked. His friend enme over to where ho stood. "Yes," ho said. Mr. Bostook's face was getting white, and an expression of pain crossed it. His friend caught him as tion seized mo. ho was settling down to the ground. "Father! Do you suppose that when One of the doctors hurried over and I get to bo as old as you aro, I shall be laid tho sufferer on the grans. "He hit mo the last time," said planting corn in those rocks?" In surHe slopped and looked up Bostock, faintly. "Look at the chest." prise. Tho doctor tore open vest and shirt "I hope not, Dorr I hope yon won't! nnd found the bullet hole. He inserted But what put such a question into your tho probe. Then lie administered a head just now?" stiinulunt, "It's In my head all the time The "How is it, doctor?" tho wounded way things are goinj on here, there man asked. 1 hill-sid- e 1 shirt-sloetv- devoting frequentlj of the whole nice to exquisite and eternal torment. I had a thirst for knowledge that the public school could not supply. A stra3' copj-- of the Boston Dail3. Journal, coming like un enchanter from tho outside world, sometimes stimulated this thirst. I was generally regarded as "a green boy," "an odd stick," etc.; and I onco heard of Deacon Halleck telling that a 003- - with such outlandish notions as Dorr ought to bo whipped rugulurty twice a week. Doubtless I should have been, had the deacon been given tho ordering of me earlier than ho was; but m3' father, although reared in all the vigor of Puritanism, was 13" nature kind and and religious fanaticism could not change him. To 1113' own puzzled youthful mind, it often seemed as though a grave mistake had been made In 1113 allotment. I seemed to have been set down in tho wrong corner of the world, among a people with whom I had no a Utility. I learned as I was still a mero bo3'. I grew older, and long before imde farewell to 1113' northern home, to respect tho Intelligence, this force, tho btunty honesty of this people, whose 'very "failings leaned to virtue's side." Still, I thought then, as I think now. that I should always have been dwarfed and cramped among them. lleturning to the bleak where J113' father and I wore striving to plant corn on that afternoon, record how I suddenly stopped work, lewned on my hoe, and contemplated my s; father. He was in his and refined but his grnyinjf hair wrinkled face were turned to me as he bent over his toil. A sudden Inspira- ninct', nine-tenth- s SftteH uffprlrij; ftoia .peraiaterrhea aad impnt ncy a the p. .nit nt .bue ia utvifr reMi mature y 44 aMj other auiet ptmiiicr toieeol the m. ii'oiilie", rrli i 'ollom effecia ., iy ri ,Hi dfleen, crofu on of ii- -. i av r on to atntv,lefe ivc n.en o y and e exhaustion wt"! h unfit the vittfm for hu 11 or natnaxe, a e rmiettly cure J by lemo !.e cwi FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. de-b- u KY. l.vi " WHAT'S ymfrc '' -- . tot injun u Capital Stock Surplus lhttthi.il S200,000 2I.30O 1 t 11 11 4. YOfU NAM'"?" Sill. noim 1W r i nrj-fath- tender-- hearted, upon his shoulders that ho jutnped to his feet "Well, Amos, how aro you, airway?" My father looked at the laughing face before him, nnd was disarmed of all anger. But his momory was not reinforced. "Beally, sir," he said, "you have tho advantage of me." "1 am Pierce Bostock." ro ax ooyrixopp.! dodo.., don't d";,teo. It mf.y burti'pru'od n imi iVn tue delegates to the Pen Amenon CoiiRCJS who IxAVitl over the at Wn' On thiu po-du- Allentmn of the public It invited to the fac the only National Hank in Stanford Under Ihe piovl.iom of the National Hank Act Ai SphiH. Srrofuli. &tn tnre Gleet, etc , dtpo.itori are tecuied net only by the capital cured by never falling icwiduv itock, but by the ttockhoUlcti liability lor an Diteaaeaot worii,iHch t I.eurcrrhea, palnlul depontort of to the itock, to Men.triulion. I)iplacement ' Wetnh, fxurinj amount etial are tecurcd by athat uf $400,000. fund thit inttitutlon down pam in baik, rrlieveil m ilcrt I'rae. Five iworn itatcmenla of theconditioti uf the bank The Do. tor Carrie all ht r mib e iHtlrumcali yearto the Untied are mvle prepared toeaatume the mel oh.cuit ment ami etchnuett are eiamlned Statei governand com at Hated time, ill ra.dir- -l and ..niital uring adduitona by government agentt, thut lie utid.rtakea m UKurable lieakc out cur- -' tnd perfect lafety In deponlori. Iiuo.1iI KiveM up toilie Thn inititution. onuinally ettablithed it the Cmtapondeni.e oln lied Addrrat Oepmit llnnk of Stanford in 1I58, then M D . J. S. Ai'I'LKMAX. tied at the National Hank ol Stanford in iWlj and Loui.ville, Ky, at the Hint National Hank ol again Stanford in 1W1, hat had practically au uninterWrite lor Health Joutna fff rupted emtencnof it yean It it Utter .applied now with lacilitiet for tracctiHKbiitineiB prompt ly and liberally ih.n ever uefuteiu .la letig and honorable career. Account! of corporation!, fiduciaries fitint and individual, rctpcctfully toile- lllooc) and Skin I2senscy. cm DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. ted. OSitJ Seuth Kit Main itteet, in oftice recao , Ky tie .ltd by IV. I V lli'hn a Starr-ir.l- Th Direcioty of thii Hank it compoted I'oreitut Ri'id, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harm, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; ol f't POSTISO. Thl Italic forewtrna hunter, fiahrriwf r. and on our lauda without ptir hei Hot to lmp mjnipil. a hI auvh will he pto'i.Hid to the i.i't euMwtef the low. Sliraeil: Ml T. I). NKWI.AVO. W. H. IIAVS. WHI'lrIlKCK C IA t ( l I J.W. Ilaydcn, Stanfard; S. II. Haughman,tLineoln; A Ohio will, with one accord, pisise its fcetitiy pud train service. Tihuo is nothing In the way of and piciim 'que lnvilj moon' in to compute tie YSrginli-with that tbtoimh widen ihe Otx apeukeA Ohio Itsilicod pit-- j. T Ileitis no'. luj; of li'.stc. iu nuluru in Aim.1.1 Viigin ii meat h tup th.outf'i tli Hiid then- - In no oifu r iv 'rcn-- M) Ami 1. ra Burxiior to the (). it 0. in the pinoo-.e V. I , tt tine-- , iicim pud fcUu !. V. VtfitiUt:t one of tie licinn faiuood titt'i w t e woihl. '1 he - t Lrotigh II11I! 1't'ii, it U io Ma !) h i'l ri her noted HM,e (1 i flail i 111 " r er'n tho best mire ' r the Wir. 2v,.ih West and &iiiu Ntut to the N.' i.a! Capital. For copy of Vireinia in olack him! w like, f ttt.d fill iii fui illation lerni'ing tir and train service, nddieM C. B. Jlyan Ama taut (1 P. A , CIntiiMiB'i, Oluc ClioM-iefke M. I.Al'KOWIV. ies r. C KVOM. VKItDHAtTMAN. I ' s . . , l ri K I! A I It .. 'I . Mocker. SUufort':! t,' A. Trlhble, Stanford; M D. r.Imorc, Stanford; T. 1. Ihll.Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinno); M. J.MHUr, Ml. Vernon. J S. Hockrr, Prettdcfit; Johu J, McRobertt, Catluer; A. A, McKinney, Atmtant Ca.hlir. V. OuwfH J.S. I L" ' -3- fkkt.-uj ru-- : . l fmtaeau v 1 1 -- Clif-.i-peiik- ty vy I I w V t t n i. JKJ"i' wiat.'it n -- AMiorsrMO N. &rt-u"J " mm: n pt- nt lsr'yPaVgajP pVoorraOMTiaTvJi.. a& a, "J Commercial Gollego ajffNfflflffr'IfBf:. 2rir. KktLif! Cxx TJi-- w i -. a a. T C .aVt'ataVWrl I I '' -- f 1 1 "Cheapoat&BestBusinessLollegemthe World. Awarded lllche.t Honor .1 WorU'. Ktpo.lllan ' ' ft i i .r HooL.kerplnir .at llt..r.l Uiil.m Mr.ik. tuj l.iiuiiHiuilrula lo,OiMMirlut.l annually. IB Trter. .ii...,.l. t'o.t .rfull llu.lnr.. KLUooerv TrKfHTL'ThWtfTty'-';!! (.-- V 1. Lt.atirul .M iw.rl, .bom 'J0. 4'aur.e. iD.ln.Unc Toinod hhr.IUnd.Trpe.trltlBr.Teleraphy imi.iui. i No Vaeallon. urloi. ivfiiihl, Tau ell Vat .11.1 b.Ulhfal. llul'.. lrul.r. ldrf. WILBUR R.SMITH, LEXINCTON, KY. CM i'iM SaCH ir.: Hi;rfrKT CfA'.CPOMD .ttlMUll HulHU anl(y5lVl Ajt. VrtOTrafiCtMiTLUha CtJC0 1L. V. 01ICAOO "Tl LB. ROBERTSON & BED DANVILLE, DRESS GOODS 6? l-- Take your eggs to the Cash Bargain fABa AND TitAPE ITEMS. Store and get 22Jc per dozen. B. I'. The Holler Mills hero are now pay- Jones & Son. ing ")l cents for wiiett. MMMHMNHHIMMnMMMHMMniH An elegant lino of wedding presen t l'.ir ii of 100 urri-- for rent. Apply STANronD, Ky., Oc ronnit 27, 1893 very cheap nt A. It. Penny's. Tiib young folks wre preparing to enjoy a hopat Walton's Opera House, when to J. I). Jones, Stanford. A few red boars for sale. Apply at Gall and see that line of heating thin paper went to pr"")lst evening. onco to J. E. Bruce, Stanford. E. C. Walton, Business Manager stoves at W". II. Wearen & Co.'s beforo Imvintf Home again with stacks of new goods. Adams & Woods bought of Ben mm See my window y and Gaines four long yearlings at 3c, Tub Mcltoberts house, now occupied MEANS BUSINESS. It will be worth a visit. Dankp, th jw Beazley Bros, Bold to McKipnep Buy your school books and school sup- by T. M. White, will be for rent Jan. 1. eler. Bros. 100 bushels of Irish potatoes J 4e. W. II. Higginfl. plies ol all kinds nt A. H. Penny's. Eubanks Bros, sold to Charles The lovely spell of weather that has Watciiks, clocks aud jewelry repaired The people are getting great bargains and warranted. Engraving a specialty. a bunch of extra good prevailed for a week seemB about to end. at Penny's In watches, clocks, jewelry at A. It. Penny's. nt3.3. The Bignal service telegraphed us yestor Tick largest stock of Drues. Medicines. and silverware. W. A. Tribble Bold for II. N. Ware day, as follows: Hain. followed by clearPerfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at Wkiidino presents in new and novo ing; decidedly colder Friday. six acrus of the old Franklin Owsley A. H.Ponny'a. Prescriptions a specialdesigns with prices to suit your pocket. farm at Needmoro to J. P. Land at&O. ty. Some 15 couples of kids surprised Danks, tho jeweler. J. I. Hamilton, of Lancaster, bought Hobert Farris, Monday night, and had a PERSONAL POINTS. F.mma Baker found the lost cow big time. His mother, Mrs. J. E. Farris, in Indiana 10 aged mules at J80 and Miss Miss Allik Hendricks returned from advertised by M. F. Klkin and is now had caught on to the surprise and had a brought them hero by freight Wednesday. Louisville yesterday. enjoying tho roward. nice luncheon prepared for tho visitors. The highest price ever paid for a ram Mks. L. A. Faribs, of lxington, is Wk ar receiving our largo stock of of any breed was at Brunker's sale at visiting friends here. Mr. A. G. Eabtland tells us that Mr. Mr. J.T. Uauson, the clever knight of fall goods this week. Will all be in by M. E. Cox did not leave his family in as Sydney, N. S. W., when $3,000 waajsir the last of tho week. Call and examine bad a condition as was thought. He had by Mr. Gibson, of Tasmania, for one of the grip sack, is here. Severance A Son. Mit. and Mrs. J. C. Hays are back 12,000 insurance in tho Mutual Life of the Merino breed. It. H. Bronaugh, administrator of from a visit to Uarrard. This newspaper will be our tax book New York, which Mr. Eastland is ready D. G. Slaughter, will sell at Green Briar )f every kind were never so cheap as this Kail and all this scrittfti we Mu. F. M. Hinklk is visiting his after Oct. 31st. All property, regardless to pay as Boon as tho court designates Springs, Nov. 3d, the personal property of ownership, on which the taxes are the proper person. avc given bargain alter bargain to our customers. Now wc offer tlje nephew, Rev. W. K. Arnold. of deceased, consisting of hotel fumftn're .tins. u. est yet, that is a great line of new style all novelty Dress Goofc 50 tho guest 1. iiARitis, 01 lxnusville IS unpaid, will be advertised without furIt Ib Btated as a remarkable fact that any many other articles. ol Miss Mary McAfee. ther notice. J. N. Menefee, Sheriff. Charley White, who was killed at LanA dispatch from Harrodsburg elates iches wide in all the most desirable colors, that were never t&cn in Bon Bohlky, Gabo Lackey, Jr., and The Danville Advocate is so "gone" caster, fell dead in a fow feet of the spot that Col. Jack Chinn has gono to San )anvillc at less than $1.25 per yard. These wc offer our trade at Carroll Bailey are at the great Fair. Mr. H. K. KvAns, of Edmonton, is the on foot ball that it wants Grover Cleve- his last victim did. Ho had killed two Francisco to take the position of presidland to step down and out of the presi- men. His aged and excellent father and ing Bteward of the Benicia Horse guest of his friend, Mr. T. M. Owsley. mother had wept many a tear over him Ho is to get foO n day for 140 Mn. Jos. Swope, of Indianapolis, is dential chair and become center rush for before they were called to weep over hiB dayB. some team. hero looking after his brother's estate. own dead bod v. Prcapccts aro thought to bo ood for Miss Moli.ik Wjugiit, of the West Mil. K. II. Bronauoii, tho administrathe organization of a new jockey club in Knd, is visiting her sister, Mrs. P. W. tor, says he fears that Dan Slaughter's Mr. W. H.Traylok shipped another Louisville. If it be formed it will make Green. of whisky 90 barrels to tho estate will not pay more than (30 cents In addition to this bargain we have a great many other ivavolty Mns. J. G. Carpenter and Miss Lizzie on the dollar. Of course tho Interior Edge wood Distilling Co., at Cincinnati a feature of fall trotting meetings. )rcss Goods that wc are offering equally cheap, but as the frits arc Bright are visiting at Mrs. Sowell Givens' Journal catches it heavily. It always this week, bringing him in the snug sum Clark's offer to sell them Churchill Downs will not be accepted, the projectof JS.OOO. Ho 8till,has on hand over does in such cases. mall, wc do not make mention of them. Come and see our goods at Knob Lick. ors dpclare. Mr. W. C. Harnett, who moved to barrels, which can be readily sold at f you can. If you can't, then write for samples. -- S. B. "White bought 1,000 barrels of The Linnietta Park Cornet Band wjll $2 per gallon, and which will bring him Jellico somu time since with his familyi corn at the heap at'.au average of $1.75. give a grand concert and oyster supper 1240,000. is hero as a witness in a case in court. f J. B. Parks sold 100 export cattle aver- Miss Bertha Hinton, who has been at its band room in Junction City, on The other Marlow brother, George, aging 1,700) to Embry for Morris at 5Jc of Nov. I!d. only Admission tho guest of Mrs. W. II. Miller, returned the night 25c. A cordial invitation is extended gets off somewhat lighter than Bob. A or about $90 a head, the lot putting to Paris, Tuesday. Bell county jury gave him a life seninto Mr. FarkB' inBide pocket. RichMessrs. Hauvey Helm and Joe F. to everybody to attend. tence for the part he took in the attempt- mond Climax. Waters will leave for tho World's Fair Ciiuai' Kates. The L. & N. will soil ed assassination of a conductor on a Thero were GOO cattle on the Winmorning. round-tritickets to tho World's Fair Middlesboro Belt Line train, but inBtead chester markpt Monday. Good "1,140 Mrs. John Pl'M.iam, of this county, black dress until you have seen our superb line. We havj any wasjcalled to Georgetown by a telegram for the benefit of .school children, but killed a woman who was a passenger on pound feeders brought 3.40; lighter ones anybody can tako advantage of it, at tho Bob, it will be rememborod, to 31 and mountain ewes $1.50 to S2. piality you want, from 22JJC to $2 yard, and in all the most popular announcing the serious illness of her $ 7.10 from Stanford on the 27th, 2Sth was train. sentenced to die. If both sentences Mule colts sold lower than for years $15 vcaves; and another thing is that we invariably sell them at les than daughter, Miss Eugenia Pulliam, of ty- and 20th, good for six days. On other are carried out it will seryo to make to $35, each. W. B. Kidd shipped to phoid fever. days the rate is $10.10. SUITABLE crime a little more odious in that sec- Newport News thatday for export 200 my competitor. Mil. and F. J. GAUrnKLL, of Hock Cas Burned to Death. Tuesday Sam tion, where murderers have heretofore cattle, 1,352 to 1,490 pounds in weight, at tle Springs, passed through to Lexinggone unwhipppd of justice. 3J to lie. Democrat. ton yesterday, where Mrs. Campbell Kenley and family went out hickory leaving his will spend the winter with her daugh- nut hunting, girl at homo. She cailght fire by some ter, Mrs. U. I). Norwood. Juixib Steimiex IU'ri H took Col. J. 0. means and rushing out doors was Boon Summers, Misses Olivia and Jennie enveloped in flames and when assistance arrived was burnod to a crisp. Summers, Essie Burch and Xelhe I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly to Crab Orchard.'yestcrday, to a Mr. Lay, of Casey, republican candiwe dinner at Col. John Buchanan's in hon- date for State Senate, is said to have renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs. Are absolutely needfcary to the proper appearance of a dress, and or of the Virginians. been hero Tuesday, but as he failed to Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We are now thoroughly prepared in ake it a study to know what is the most approved and to have that Hon. A. J. Carroll, the next Speaker call at this oilice tho report must be a to wait on our friends. Wc have a large stock of Spectacles. in stock. This season it is Braid, Velvet and batm ana all an incsc ot tho House, was here Tuesday to eee weak invention of tho enemy. We what manner of man he would havo to thought even the commonest kind of a e have in variety enough to please any one preside over from Lincoln and left very common school teacher would have been well satisfied that the Hon. Harvey Helm better acquainted with the proprieties is a pretty nice man, thank you. than to have neglected so important a Uest of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. All of which Charles D. Weiiii, formerly of this of- privilege. we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. fice, was nominated for polico judge by Dk. Ari'LBMAN, the specialist, who the democrats of Paris, Tuesday. He is makes monthly visits here, was arrested Do not Forget This 1. Wc arc always glad to see you. 2. No the present mayor'f the city, but as that at Henderson the other day and held to trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for oiiico is prinnpally one, ol honor, he prennswer for practicing without a certifi- it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment retched a great many new numbers in Cloaks, ferred tho more remunerative one of po- cate from the State board. He gave always on hand. 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight. Wc have recently lico judge. bond and will fight the case to the bitter many of them being styles brought out within the last few Weeks. Prop. T. M. GooiiKNtaiiT, of the oflice G. oud in tho courts. The doctor's grow"Ntc are of the Superintendent of Public Instruc- ing practice is evidently Bearing the Have you seen the new Egyptian Coats with circular skirts? W. L. Connhk, Reg. Pharmacist. y tion at Frankfort, is up for tho purpose tkc only ones showing them here and they arc the latest. $S "ethical" practitioners. The last time Wc show of helping Mr Miller In his race. Tho he was hero dozens of people came to that sold last Winter at $13.50. von a fur trimmed Jacket professor's wife is attending tho Boston see him from almost as many counties. ,..,w-;,-i ., S1.1 and SK. some of .1 r lirLvu.ii m. College of Oratory with a view of Foil Murder. Ah will be seen in tho which will be sure to phase you. We also have quite a numgeu of London letter, both Capt Charley TurCITY AND VICINITY. ner and Engineer Lum Wright have Ilcaequarters for-been indicted for murder, tho murder Bi'LK oysters at Zimmer's. consisting in the killing of two men in tho Hazel Patch collision caused by their Nkw caudles at A. A. Warren's. foretfulnees. They havo given bond Mixed Bpicesat A. A. Warren's. for trial at tho next court. They wilj never bo punished by the law, but both Nkw goods and lots of them. Dank?, Of all kinds. The most complete line of aro suffering severe mental strain, Mr. In both cloth and fur. Stylish Cloth Capes with Trimmings of Silk, the jeweler. 1.'..-- if mid un to S2;. Special values w !.... ...i :n or. !?. j Wright to Buch an extant as to unbalance OUlU, Vl'IVCl tlllll I'm on't KvKKYTiuxa in tho jewelry lino cheap his mind, it is reported. worth double that money, in Fur Capes at $5, $6 and $7. 50, for cash at Penny's. ins present term 01 circuit court parforget the Nice cottage on Mill street for rent. takes very muchof the nature of what Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. . II. Baughman. Gov. Billy Allen, of Ohio, was wont to call a d u barren ideality. Nearly all of A line of beautiful lamps just received THEtho old Commonwealth's business was at Fan is & Hardin's. disposed of the first day and the future Attention Hunters. A complete lino work in that line will havo to be on inin tjif priWe can fit them all from the babies up, and please you of guns, rifles, loaded Bhells, hunting dictments found at this court. Odio Cloaks for you to select coats, all at bottom prices. W. B. Mc Paul was indicted for tho murder of ces. We have over one hundred Children's Isaac Helm and.bis trial set for Roberts. from. F. L. Clifford's, for embezzlement, is alMil. P. P. Nunnellky i3 making his so set for Moso Berry was fined residence, 0110 of tho oldest in town, re $0 for "sassiug" tho judgo. Jell' Hale, now its youth by an application of paint for malicious shooting, was given a senw. m 'myj ""iWW "Hard Times, Hard Times !" etyfj and other improvements. mmw tence of eight months in jail, to whic h All my fall and winter ruilliuery wil ho was taken, but he hopes to get out on Will always be heard no matter what the conditions, whether Gold or We have discovered a remedy and that W to bo open by Friday or Saturday and I in- an appeal for a new trial. Win. Trice, Silver be the standard. Cottcn Vests and Pants. 25c, Ladies' soft, heavy ribbed canvite tho ladies to fill and examine it, tho negro caught with a small-sizegive more than money is worth. Wc buy for cash and sell for cash and Pants. 15c up, Children's heavy Vests non concealed on bis person, was fined and are able to overcome all the difficulties of business, We caijAJve Miss Mary Daviess Duddernr. Wool Underwear. $100 and sent to jail for 30 days. Ho has you a better Overcoat, a better suit of Clothes, a better pair of lifcots 50Q up, Children's fine Sanitary Mrs. E.B. Caldwell, Sn. has a bush also been indicted for and Pants, all special values. Shoes, a better Cloak, a better Dressy a better Blanket, a better 50c up, six styles Ladies' Vests that during tho season has each evening Win. Hansford was indicted for criminal or pair of Gloves, better Underwear for Ladies or Gentlemen in fact, Ladies' white and natural wool Suits. 75c, f at exactly 7 o'clock put forth about 100 assault on Mollio Brooks, a very low Suits. if not better as good as can be bought in any market for the roses, each of which ptomptly faded down white courtesan. Tho bond of better, or 65c up, Misses' Sanitary Wool Union front by hard knocks, ogrcr and Pants. nway at Biinrise the following morning. Dr. J.JL. Williams to keep tho peace was money. We arc forcing our way to the 75c, Ladies' extra large Vests we meet it and planting ourselves on the rtlid coming competition as In all it has produced r,5S3 flowers. fixed at $100. Ho gavo it and was reWe rock ol success. leased from jail. reading thia paper without Ark you JoBeph Coffey, proprietor .of the Cofpaying for it? If so, do you think you fey House, was acquitted yesterday for aro tho honest man you should bo m permitting gambling in his hotel. It withholding from tho proprietor his just will bo remembered that it was there dues ? He doesn't if you do. Send what that Ferrell killed Engloman at a Shoes, Boots, Clothing, Underwear, and $4, card To our Cloaks, Dress Goods, Snecial values , in Lace Curtains at Si, U.$o, $2, $3you owo him and clear your conscience. table. Tin Mershon was indicted for Gloves, Blankets, Comforts and everything for Winter. Don't jrun i.,fCn,;,m q;n-- nnHI.t with Prok. M. D. HuaiiE8' shoolatKowland malicious wounding and carrying con- off to other markets vhcn you can find better and- cheapor stuff at ly 25 per cent, cncapei man m3......b. $3-5pair. Better ones at S4, &.50 see', then if you are not satisfied go where you can double borders and fringes at now haB 107 pupils enrolled and he and cealed weapons. Tho grand jury has re- home. Come and do the best. That is what we do and we only ask you to do the assistant, Miss turned only 10 indictments so far. his elliciont and pretty ,nd $6. Andaraon Carr, colored, was fined S1S5 same. Bertio Hilton, are kept as busy as bees. never haB been rf larger school at in ono caso for selling liquor unlawfully There Rowland or 0110 that has given such en- auJ thero aro two more cases against him. tire satisfaction. 7 OfcM ''wt mttMI lfli-r-t- i t lirrrntnn IMtminr IN Nkw lot of Zvigler boots and shoes jusl tK UKdUUKNflL received at S. II. Shanks'. 5 '4 - s to-da- Or-ma- n two-year-ol- KY- - -- m nmi M. fm m m ',ift ki 1 iv JTmo-ciatio- n. 71 2 IT AXIS. . &i car-loa- d G. 3,-0- on N'T : BUY TRIMMINGS n $9,-0- 00 p four-year-o- ld Slay-make- r NEW DRUG STOtE. cians' Prescriptions. A Particular Attention Paid to Physi Cloaks. in ."i 1 i S. HOCKEB, M. U. teaching-elo- cution. W. H. WEAREN & CO. -- New '. Capes -- STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS c. HEATING -- : STOVES ClM.:i.c!.r K-.- to-da- rrri!,'i vktr a Plaintive to-da- : Wail 1 m m d houso-breakin- g. TJPHOILSTEM Ye 1 Call Special Attention - i... Port-term- s 0 A. B. Robertson & Bfo. HUGHES & TATE. . ..t "SVMftB f .l-- u ,?:.;--- - STST", yjTi"'" ! i Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 11 WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY 1b COUNTY. DANVILLE. (Advocate.) : an extended southern trip. -- Mre. John Wallers was adjudged a Publlsbcd Every Tuo9diy nuil Friday AT lunatic and sent to the asylum last 5?tl PJCR, YK-A-l- t IX A.T3 VANCK Thursday. so paid 32. GO will be charged. "" indue H. l?. rinley will twinn at once tho erection of a ifew lionao on the site where his dwelling burned on the K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD. i Mr. J. S. Jones home from quite WAIJLACEJE. VtRNON, Stray Mulo. Mrayed Irora my farm near Gilberts ("reek on the night of tho aisl. a pel yearling, black horse mule. Liberal reward will be eiven fur bis return O. II. I'KKKINS. tome. Gilberts Creek, Ky i.jt Th.Q Floronos Hotel, JFt.LICO,TENNK5I.K, loth. Mr. h v. Cam was in Louisville. Mr. II. C. Kinc went to IMne Knot on LSN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mensra. 1M. White, J. A. But bmuneac. ler and Ad Siler wore in Chicago laBt Mail train going North U 7 pm at 3:10 p. m. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning Express train " " South South Local I'reicht North .Norm Miss Laura Brock are attending the World's Fair this week. Mr. 0. II.Kee-to- n attended the meeting of the Grand Masonic Lodge at Louisville, last week, YOU. Thanking you (r past favors and soliciting a rs. and also visited their mother at Bowtot sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. In Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action continuance of same, SI am respwifully youland. P. ADAMS, Howl of the democracy. ling Green. I'erhaps some of our readers would like to know Klder i. K. Terry tendered his In what respect Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is to tho Christian church last Sun better than any other. We will tell you. When as soon as a cold has been Is old stand ol J. II. Green, in day, to tako effect Jan. 1. Elder 11. H. thii remedy ana taken ueiore nas oocome leiuea in tno Ii a Candidate for Assessor, subjectlto the action At tho contracted system, it Robertson, of Now Liberty, began n se- nnd greatlywill counteract the effect it ol the cold of the Democratic party. ls.theooly lessen its setciily, ana Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky, ries of meetings at the Christian church remedy that will do this. It acts lu perfect harWoMld be glad lo see his numerous friends and and aids nature In relieving the mony E'. D. last Tuesday evening. Elder Robertson lungs, wiih nature secretions, liquefying the mushow them his stock of goods consisting of furniopening the ture, Saddlery, Hardware, llugglesand fanning and causitig ita expulsion from the air cells of Is a candidate for re election to the office of is a young man and a fluent speaker. cus lungs a call .;Vn the and restoring the system to a strong and of Lincoln County, subject to action of the Implements. Give him The meeting will continue several days. healthy condition No other remedy in the mar- democratic parly. 4 k ket possesses these remarkable properties. No Rev. J. M. Prestige attended the State other will cure a cold tq quickly. JJ IAN KURD For sate by W II. Mckoberts, Druggist, Stan1 W.L,. DAWSON, Association of the Baptist church, which Absolutely ford. SALS STABLE, FS1D LIVER7, met at Lebanon last week. Miss Bettie Is a candidate for jailer, subject. to the action ol "During inr term of service In the army I con- the democracy. Josephs was baptized in tho river Suntracted chronic dlarrhira," says A. K He nding, of At John Monclee's nw brick on Depot stieet, by day afternoon by Elder Terry. Halsey, Oregon "Since then I have used a great A cream of tarter baking powamount of medicine, but when I found any that uur republican menus, who are would git e me relief tbey would Injure my stomder. Higcst of all in leavening W. RAMSEY, of until Chambcrlsin's Is c indidato for Jailer, subject Latest United States slightly in the majority, have at last suc- ach, Remedy was broughtColic, l'holera-an- I useda thea old JelTersonlan democracy. to theaction strength. Whawill at all times b glad 10 aceomwcMlate all to my notice. ceeded in driving national politics into it and will say it Is the only remedy that gave me with good rigs at reasonable rales. My 'lias.' rill Government Food Report. no bad results follow," relict si our town election and both parties now permanent by W and Mclloberts, Druggists, meet all K. C. trains U. For sale CO., have a full ticket in the field for the Kv. B. 106 Wall St., Now York. SPLENDID I'AKM municipal oflices.' Heretofore the good subject to the action of Is " I consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a thea Candidate for Jailer, people have stood side by side and fought specific tor croup. It is very pleasant to tske, Democracy. A. S. for what they thought was right and which is one of the most important requisites among intended for where a cough remedy wilt sell privately SURGEON DENTIST. best for the town, but we are afraid that children. I have knowniscases of croup uso W. W. HAYS, where I know the life of a little one was saved by the use Office over McUobertt Drue Store in, the new day is past. If politics is to be the ques- of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.'' J, Is a candidate lor alter, subject to the action ol Kly'.Splcndid Farm of 150 Acres, J. Owsley Budding. the drmociacy druggist, Asoca, Neb. tion both parties will nominate men to Stanford miles South ol Stanford. This farm Drug. .Situated 50c bottles win and not on account of their moral gist, Stanford. for sale by W. II. McRoberts, Is ina highstateof cultivation and has plenty ot the best ol water All in grass but o acres, lias standing and it is easy to foresee the the very best of imi.roviuets. Manlord. Ky. ZDA-XIRlrT- . result. W. W. HAYS, Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ot rs7 tl M. North bound. -- No. J, v'estihule Limited, 6.4S p. m ; N'o. ., Fast Mail, a.st p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga-c- o Limited, J.J7 a. m.. No. $., Local, 2,$S a. m.; N'o. 10, Brae Grass Special, 6 a. m. S. Malkius of the M. K. Church olliciat- ing, M.EB.Bessie McClure, of Mt. VerQUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. non, was one of the bridesmaids. MifiseB Mary McCollough, Belle Trains pm Junction City as follows: No. t , Vestibule Limited, 11.50 Deuham, Mr. G. A. Durham, wifo and E5oiuh-lud.- n. m ; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 1.5; a. m.; No. 5., New Orleans Express, is 17 a. m ; N'o. 7., Local, son, Sam, Dr. A. GatliffanJ Misa Kuby ir.ta p. m.; .No, y., lllue urass vestibule, 840 p. and Jimmio, his daughter and son. and South.. The latter traias alio carry passengers. The ibore ii calculated on standard time itae is abcut o minutes fatter. ' .... ...13 pen it 31 pm ,3 a! am .036 am io7p m SoUr week. Mr. Chas. H. Lydings and Miss Mat-ti- e Mooro wero married at the home of the bride last Tuesday evening, Kjv. 0. Is to the otl.co of D.N. Prewitt has engaged a few ty n candidate for to tho action of democratic CounparJudge; subject ty. lambs for first of Juno delivery at 5jc. E. W. Lo bought of J. W. Vanars- ;W. GIVENS dell 17 feeders at 3.05, and six from Jaa. Harlan at 3.001c. They would average Is a Candidate nr County Judge of Lincoln, subject to the nulan ol the Democracy. about 1,000 pounds. A telegram from Ore, Mo., announcO. P. es the death of Martha McAlister Hund I'uIlstocUAel fruit and onumeiitjl tree, grape ni.rsgii-- . small Iruits, shrubs, and every. ley, tho little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isacnndldate for Jailer, subject to the action ol vines, usually found to a nnrsery e.tabllshHirnl. thing would appreciate jour We m4I direct to the planter and hate n agents A. K. Hundley. Tho child had not been the Democratic party tie vote Catalogue on application MisIi F. HILLKNMHM.K, well all Mummer, and was sent to I xni1' "1 Ky souri with her grandmother, Mrs. Mc JOHN M. JOHNSON Alister, with the hope that the change is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln eounty 15. DeNA in climate would bo beneficial, but film subject to the actlor. ol the Democratic party. took a turn for the worse almost immeCarriage Painter aud Trimmer, A. GIVENS diately upon arriving at their destina kind cj vehicles painted trimmed and tion, and Mr. and Mrs. Hundley wero Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub "All In style 1'lam and ornamental t ject to tho action of the Democratic party. Signs. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmantelegraphed for. Tho remains wore inship and pnre Shop on main street. nycrJWra. Daughsrty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky terred hero Tuesday altor funeral at the residence of Mr. J. K.. Uriggti, at 11 Is candidate COAL KUKNEKS o'clock. Martha was eight years of age thea democratic for Jailer, subject to tho action of parly extremely lovable child. and was an Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity' Her parents deeply mourn their loss and G. W. Having made arrangemtnts with the Last Co., I am now prepared to sell their many friends weep with them. of you JellicoCoal Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action Jelllco Ccl at the lowest possible marthe Democracy. gin. I sliid tbst by paying cash and selling fer cash I can sell much cheaper, so come and sv me If you feel weak and all worn out and see haw tittle money will buy your Winter take Stockton's Antiseptic. It will cure sunrJr ot this Coat, the best on the market. M. Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. JAMES Orchard, Lawn, Gerden. 1 he beat hotel In the city and the only one with a snmplr rom for ilrummtrs ICspen attention la the traveling public Rates Jt. ,. HUFFMAN TO All ST. 1 Taac-Payor- s. ?.?.' ,'T"",re now t "lJ,d,0,Mberiru..K-oa-r9't tty special or MMepshr w, ' i'iiT' n C ii.1". due and will be the court house appointments as prescribed b the eft-t- oi JOHN firit-clas- RDJ, .. '" IT"' T,W.V t ''P''ly bbei.lf tl. ! Sw. ,"'h"'o(r very Saturday I my ,bu' n nJ 0,, e a Br,j ."Hnts as of. J. ...J.Ti,if iShc,,fr l'".fPirg has refideied 1T?"1M.,0'U. '"""""'ei- ta.esthis year. heretofore dene; so collected Mricily in conformance all10 ta.e te4 will tmd his adverlisetl wllhwit Luther "'he nnancMl cr.sls which new eslst. notice it Jlntely that I coll.ct esers "dol sr ll the Hanks which has heretofore caused meloL icnicni wiin me tax payers 1'ieaic profit by this and settle at onus. Ketpcciluliy. l.N. MLN'KKKK,h L.C. biiulv hii.1 alter November isl 11 DINK FARMER DEBORD mra,y TO Ten-nes- THE P. 0. MILLINERY. post-offl- te F. ELKIN, Call at the room and tee the 40-j- Largest and Boat Soloctod Stock Of Millinery in town, The goods and prices are bound 10 plea e yam. MRS I' T. COURTS. resig-tati- on 'oya jn6. bright D.S. CARPENTER, well-know- n 11 KENNEDY, J. T. FARRA, NICIIOt AS 11.1,1 , Bakincr y v. Jessamine County, Ky . Former -- Pure m I Rooms hatmers Ksckacge Hank. JOHN BAILEY, Dur-h(c- J. Pro'r., Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacco Farms in tho Blue-Gras- s AU ayi fat sale AIm Timber laadi in the moHOtains far sale. Corrcapaitdeuce sahctled. Jl-j- - royal:bakingpowder Sun-or- JOHN MEKSIIONjj. wHfep PRICE, For Sale Cheap Privately. 1 J. H. BA UGH MAN, UKE A.S'DSIOKM INSURANCE AGENT Repteicnting .. .. PETER HAMPTON, SAM M. OWENS, ii will open on January 16th, 1893. a First-ClaDairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of Manlord and Row-'ten- d at the following prices, delivered : so cents 'Fresh Milk, per gallon.... Skimmed Milk, per gallon 10 cents 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips daily. The patronage oi the 1 G. A. PEYTON, public it solicited. J ot-- t Stanford, Ky jr. 1 ss , "London, 'COMEjtoSEE ME. 'Grocery f A friend In need is a friend indeed, and not less than one million have found just such a friend in How sad to our hearts are some scenes U our childhood. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, As our recollections present theft to view ; Coughs and Colds. If you have never used this The use of the switch that was brought from the Medicine, one trial will convince you (Treat S. B. RIL.BY,lProprletor, wildwood, that it has wonderful curative oowers mall dis- And various punishmeuts most of us knew. casesol the Throat, Chestand Lungs. Kach Lot- - Hut saddest of all is the thought vf the pill box, tie is guaranteed to do all that ts claimed or mon That mother brought out when she thought we be refunded. Trial bottles A. I have moved to my new Hotel iand am better ey will 's dtug store. Large bottles free at$1 K were ill. 50c and prepared than ever to accommodats the public I'cnnj Oh' the griping, the aching, the twitting and torGood Livery attached and every convenience ment Deservlntr Praise. Cive me a call. pill Wrapped up in the horrible, FRANK RILEY. u e desire to say to our citizens, that fur years Rut that's done away with. To regulate the 77 wo have been selling Dr, King's New Discovery stomach, liver aad bowels, Dr. Pierce's IVllets for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life l'llls. excel. You'll experience no pain, no discomfort, Ilucklen's Arnica halve aud Klrctnc Hitters, and no bad results. Children take then as readily have never handleil remedies that sell as well or as peppermint drops. that have giten universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every timcaod Having purchased the we stand ready to refund the purchase price If Ita thousands of cures arc the best advertise-Remed- y satisfactory results do not follow their use These menis tor Dr. Sage's Catarrh v cents remedies hac on their great popularity purely by druggists. on their merits. A R Penny, druggit. along tho line. The rates to ChicaRO are lower thau ever via the Queen & Crescent route and Louisville Southern railroad. Specially low rates for school children and attendants to the Great White City. Your last chance. Secure your tickets early. Ask agents for rates. A Million Friends. Great reduction all the democracy. When 'When When When Baby was sick, we gave her CastorK she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. she became MIm, aha clung to Castotia, she had Children, she gve them Castor!. Fruit Trees For Sale sub. J Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Knjj.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. ject to the action Is a candidate lor SberltT of Lincoln county, of tno democratic rrimary. . T. D. NEWLAND, i. ,,..t.,!,, Inr Shtrill of Lincoln county, sub ject to the action of the democratic pnmsry. All of which are nrslclass Companies. I wouU ... a Vimi m.l NurtciiM one miU Well t pleased la wait o nmy Inctvdstn this line. I'ol. .if Kinirsvllle. Lincoln counlv . w t have as fine a J Icies promptly iliurd. Will Insure against tornastock of Kruit Trees as any man ever handled, does, wind storms and lightning Lightning claue ready lor transplanting into orchard aad garden esatiachetl wllViul additional charge I'eaeh.s will Ott.ce at Kirst National Ilaak, Stanfoid. this Kail Orcbarcisof Apples and per hunilreil be assorted to suit customers at Jio best, r.yery Th trees ate nice, the varieties the thing needed to male home at' active and the children happy will bo found here lot circulars THE RILEY HOUSE Kentucky. Isa Candidate far Jailer of Lincoln county and asks his friends not to commit themselves to any one else, as he is forced to stay at home and work His candidacy is subject to the action ol the Democratic party. . T. J. HATCHER address j4 J. A McKl.E&CO., Kingsville, Ky STOLEN, THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., A HORSE AND BVCDUID S25 REWARD. Horse. On the night ol August Jl. and Harness were stolen Irom my stable In a Chcseut Sorrnl, Stanford, Ky The Horse is aioiit ten years obi, white in fate, abotit () hands leg; high, white feel, bad itd pU on right Wnd .idrather thiH in order la Uuckhoatd has running (tear with Wack body bar springs, red The Dutch collar harness nearly new.of the prop. I will give Sj reward lor recovery u r. n 1. is. iii, erty. hls.lord, Ky Iluck-board - JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. totrl, renovated and refurnished. Is now Is conduct It n as to not only maintain its high rrnutation, but to add to Its song hit el friends. Special accommodato luy charge and I intend de-tii-ii. THK OLD io. This I JAOKSOIT H.OTT3E, SAM II WAKNACK, l'ror tions far coatmercu! travelers the dliploy f samples, JAlFlrst-Clns- s and fin rou.s,f,r London, - KENTUCKY. Saloon Jellico alike : Business ParI d Refitted and refurnished and in every way to attend the wants ol the public Rales (ta S very reasonable. Aad IULLIARD and I'OOI. ROOMS attached ll JOSM'H COKKKV. st Of J W Rsmsev, lam Increasing the stock as as.poMdble and will soon have it Complete in Every ticular. mak DRUGS. BOOKS, -- Falls Branch Coal Oo., PUBLIC SALE. dc-'J- Miners and shippafi GKNUINK Original Jellico Coal. rssad XM at my store on Lancaster street and it to your interest to trade with me will AND- W. C. HUTCHINCS. LL John It. Castleman. A G Lanbani SCHOOL SUPPLi : Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. As Administrator we will oa . of th satate rf L D. Oaracr, Try it We are the sole agents lor Rawland ' Irti t ol Drwil (t ossiag ier.r .lri .V unfo,l !ad r.M- in, 4 WATTS 3s? Saturday, October. 28th, r Cotnmencin,. at to o'clork. .l to the hickott at the laie residence of Mid dtceilaat the fol lowing property, Onesplenald youn stallion, Denmark Lhiel, j work Mules, 4 Kroo.1 Mate In leal,il a weanling Colts by Denmark Chiel, i yearling r y by same, I . canting Mule, I work Mule, I seailmg Mule. aged Jack, j Jennets with Jack, lolls, 4 Jeaneti. Cow aad yearling Jack, ...vear-ol- d Ja k, Call, lotol stock Hn;s. farming Utensils. Ac. Terms of Sale. All sums of Jio and under caxh in hand, over that amount, credit of u mimlhs, note with appro ed security, negotiable and payable at Karimirs Hank A Trust Co ol Stanford, . will be required ol purchasers. All persons having cUims ngainst the e.tate or will present them properly verified I.. D. (Jaroer as reiiiiued by law, and all persons indebted to and the estate will plea came lorwanl OAKISMK, MRS. IS A. bwi-deit; 1 1 1 1 HICt'.INS ROYAL nsurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN MANAGERS," Commercial Ht-l- Jessc Thompson's There are three nection Hotel, KV Hotel at Mr. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. u AT- - yia,. a Barber Shop, J H. SOWDKK MiKINM-.YI , Kmswy ami luirc First-Clas- have l.sihi ahove ssiesitsoucd. i(u tied a a Bar and Pool Boon. the Hald and ol the best llsrbers in the State There are also excellent Hath Rooms run lu con- Have repaired an 1 .rci'.riil.r.sd am better thaa cer Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. Prepared to Accommodate the Public. I Commerce "W. Building, Louisville Wo Bo MoiTOBiroTS, Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. W II MII.LHR ."Mscial atlentl n. to Commercial Men V. S t.ARNKR, Agents throughout the South. J V. Chandler Auctioneer Admrs MILLER -:- & - SOWDER, JOfc lAKaON, Manager A. TEZBBLE, Local Agont, :STANFORD, KV. ZNTETW" 6 TO THE LADIES. REAL 1 ESTATE The Pgoos Vallojr. The finest 'urc crops NOTICE. I Will Sell at30Cost for Days -- the Next GrOOIDS -- MY Tnc entire stock of goods of D. G. Slaughter, deceased at his storehouse in the town of Crab Orchard, Ky. This is a large anl well assorted stock ol Koods, all new, consisting of FALL WINTIEM -- Having secured the services ot Miss Mattie Allen from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this season, I cordially Invite the ladies to Inspect a carerully selected stock ol Millinery at pr ces to suit the times. The Misses Webster, of Indianapolis, have charge of the Dress Making Department and are now ready to mi.v. th.W.j .,EAJ,.(EV Stanford, Ky Doalors and Brokers, STANFORD. - - KENTUCKY Olhce Interior Journal lluilding in now Ateiico. escenl oranges and lemons. Land from J in $o per acre ou 10 years tune, at b per cent. Call on or address, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S., Stanlotd, Ky flint belt of New Meilrn No fail under irrigation if properly . attended in All fruits growu in California can be grown lo. PROPERTY FOR SALE. Fine lllue Grass Farm ol and finely imprttcu I .Now Millinery. My mother, Mrs. Kale Dudderar, has Just re turned Irom the Cities with an elegant line of mil. linery, embracing- - Dry Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Groceries, &c. Comr at once and secuic bargains. Goods, Clothing, Boots and Fur-.nitur- e, All In. U. B. KING. BANKS! Come and See. Goods arc- - jjjK seres oil pike Offered l, Farm of at low price 100 actes, finelyj Impioved. THE JEWELER -:- properly, good land, can 3 too acres suburban be divided into to .n lots; good house. Fine lllue Grass Farm, excellently improved on pike, ioj acres 4. , ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the season, ol which she will have lull control. She also engaged a Firt-Olas- s Dress-Maker. EVERYTHING GOES At first cost. Remember that the 67 XT IstsJa T J TUTTDsOTDIT'TDnni sssaLs' Jbis4asssssif pJ.rO. taVasIss VaSsk V X STAHFOaRD, - 3 the first served . URONAL'GH.Admr. H first to come is georgeJb. PREWITT. i, !i ,. tt T 3srrni5n?.S?il&31I),et8 Treatment, conilstinir o of Ointment andtwo ?; tevlrr?AeiiJ;Aoev,T-.'alIlnr- ' c,ur9 tortilea It makes anonerstton -- i.tW'Pf.'F SfOin PILE CURE aTr tTAPANESB KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol Stock Most Complete itsssssssssssssssstsstsV Farm of 141 acres, near K. R. slatiou. blue grass land J small tenant house. 5, Good Call and examine my atock of Millsneey before huylnj; aud leave your order for your dresus. Ihankmgjou for past favors we solicit same. ai MARY DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. JAMES YKAOER. THOMAS YEAGER. 6. A farm ol 310 acres; mokerately improved and well located near pike. Offered at a graat bargain. 7 Blue Grass lafrly Improved. 8 to issssssssOtfl- - um of ijs acres, on pike. Ii Dry a raritr!"0"0''".""nnnecestatr. in death, - Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, GroeoriesHkrdware, we purchasers. ts. Town lots in Stanford In areas ;to suit faBsWByTjpBPiaiPssssPsP YEAGER & YEAGER, to oura " Whv sndur. We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which T"Sa.W toffUolT payVr down lower than ever. Iivniisinfritila are marking - UUHiauiDSJUKBIirjU CONSTIPATION X ;B"p,'i.'"rf. i3100IrUllIFlElt. Hmall. 1,1,1 .n.iV.V.-f.- L Uk, especially adapted tot cfcildrtia'a Uae. GODosea al C4DVa OUAilANTEta Issped only by J. A. R. PENNY, Stanford. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you money. Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt SWe arc opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. personal attention given to repair We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. B.X1TG A FB.EWXTT. BmrnfiMr jr n trw v iS.YERWWtf bouse, 15 Thirty-lw- s on pike, iYi miles from htanford, acre fine (arm with esce.lcni 17. Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other improvement, on piVe, miles from Staitoid, 4 18. Splendid villigc farm, orchard, store, fee. at a great bargsiu. at Farm ol 160 acres, good laud, on pike. A Kasy terms, iuick sale good bargain at desired. o. acres of knob land witn TOT, Wer FEED AND SAU STABLE, STANFORD, KV. In our new stable in the Rlacklatd are well supplied with Optra Houie to smaller farms. Desirable In cvcit nsrttLU lir, Offered low and on ery easy term.. 74 Large blit'grass Isrin, ;new rigs and:horses urnuts l!avdben nurchaied and nothirjgbut will liave Ihi stable, first-clais capable ol division 3j. Tor exchange for Kentucky proocrty-tf- o acres good land in Kansas. Well located. Give tlicm a Call. 4ia