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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893103101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f K Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. ASLEEP IH DEATH.' LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1893. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. B V NO. 70 two stories high and live in them perhaps forever, rent free. The owners aro scattered over all tho KtatM of tho Union, Bomu in Europe and some aro dead. Tho magnificent Arthur building, I understand, coat yet it is llko a mansion In the desert of Sahara. I did not think this great city could die In Its youth, but 'tis dead nevertheless. When I waa hero less than threo years ago I won threo cases I went around to tho city hall and It looked liko somu "banquet hall dwwrtcd."A dry animnn leaf on tho floor did but remind me of the many blighted hopea and fortunes blasted and buried hero. . In tho Martin caeo I spokoof this city as tho modorn Sodom and Gomorrah. Tho Mlddleaboro lawyers asked mo what 1 meant by speaking of their city in Hint ntyle. I told them nothing more than that it wna noted for its genteol politeg ness, such as drinking, gambling, dancing cotillions In the and leafy bowers of tho forest. But 'tis duo tho mountain environed city to say that .nearly all tho crimes aro committed in and outside tho suburbs. All appoared quiet and peaceablu insido tho city ami there are here still some insignia of former greatnens ami grandeur. They have a petition in circulation to reinstate Arthur, whom I saw hero and mo ny think ho can Bay "Lazarus como forth" and tho dead city will arise and shako oir the cero cloth and yet march on to greatness and glory. Our former couutytnon, T. M. Ten nluRton and Bourno G. Pennington, Bro hero and several more from different parts of Lincoln county. Judge Mont-fort- , formerly of the Court of Appeals, is at Pineville, not only attending court, but residing there. Wu supposed that noma of the lawyers there were gutting fees in some of tho largo corporation cases from $1,000 to $10,000. Tho Atlantic Trust Company hai sued tho Kelt Hallway Comjwny for about (1,000,000. They aro in tho hands of a receiver. dwelliiiK-houBofl- Mr. MnH iVllhdr nn.l fatnll.. rf The Marjlo City Sleeps the Sleep that Knows No Awakening. Gilbort's Creek, have moved to Dr. (Editor In tenor Jou'nal.J Huilman's property on Richmond street. MiDDLEauoiio, Oct. 'J8. I nin in tliu Dr. W. S. O'Neal, who was hurt by Magic City, but tliu wand has departed falling over a wire chicken coop on from hor hand. When I was hero a few corner, 1ms recovered sulllciently yearn ago I found 10,000 people, to get about. leaa than 2,000. Theru are noarly 1,000 Kveryono who could get a convey hoiiBca vacant. Honecs that cost $12,. nnco Sunday went to tho dedication at 000 can ho bought for $l,5O0. I'ooplo McCreary and hardly a corporal's guard ran como hero and tako poeaoHsion of wbb left in town. to-da- y , 513,-nn- d To-da- y mnr-darin- Politics soein to bo way below par in Garrard. Ono can hear little or no talk on tho subject, for which wo have every reason to bo thankful. Mr. Will Elkin, of Atlanta, is here visiting his relatives. Ho and Mr. Will Watson wont to Atlanta a few years ago as clerks and now own ono of tho Unest and largest drug stores in that city. Mr. Yonan, a Persian, who is attend ing the Theological Seminary at Louisville, delivered a lecture at tho Courthouse, Saturday night, his subject being "Foreign Missions." Ho preached at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Tho examining trial of Kb Doty for killing Charley White waa held before Judge Robinson, Friday, and ho was held In fL"00 bond to await tho action of tho grand jury. Tho statement in the last issue of this paper that White had killed two men was a mistake. Ho had only killed ono Jack Grimes. Whito foil within 10 feet or the spot where ho killed Grimes. About 1,500 people attended thodod-icatloof tho church at Now Antioch Sunday. Tho building is situated about 300 yards beyond McCreary and is a handsome one indeed. It was tho I. J. man's good fortune to be on hnd about tho time dinner was served and to say that It was an elegant ono hardly expresses it. A protracted meeting will be held during the week at 10.30 a. m. and 7 r, m. and will bo conducted by Kid. Reynolds, of North n post-ofllco Mid-dleto- Burton sold to Woods a cow and calf for ?30. Josiah Bishop sold to John Blain a lot of corn at 52:25. A few red boars for sale. Apply at once to J. K. Brnce, Stanford. B. G. Goodo sold to Eugono Lee, of Boyle, a pair of mules for 5235. Joseph Coffey sold in Cincinnati, a of butcher stnfl at 2J cents. J. J. Thompson sold to R. E. Thompson a bunch of butcher cattle at 2Jc. Wanted to rent a farm. About 100 acres preferred. Jeff D. Jones, Stanford. At a tale in Fayette county fat hogs sold Ht (Jc and corn at $1.60 in the shock. Joe Wllkerson purchased Ki export cattle in Fayetto, 1,530 to 1,680 lbs. at 4.20 to 1.40. P Crow's Alex C, by Belmont Chief, took a record of 2:28J at Danvillo Friday. C The Harrodsburg Deuiocrtjt reports sales of a lot of hogs at 5.00. 31 steerB at 4c and a lot of sngar mules car-loa- d & three-year-old 230-poun- R. (J. A young man from Fleming county yet in his teens, was. divorced last month and married again last week. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Miss Lucy Guerraut, daughter of Rev. E. O. Guorrant, of Wilmore, will 1893. be married Nov. 16, to Mr. Will Guer-ranFull corps or Conservatory nd Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music aaU a distant relative, of Virginia. This announcement is mado in tho An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application Harrodsburg papers: Tho marriage of Sam 0. Lackey, of Atlanta, Ga., and Mies Bettie, daughter of Mr. Dave will take place in Harrodsburg, Nov. 22d. Announcements of tho marriage of DANVILLE, KY. Mies EliseS. Whitman, of Pulaski City, The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. Va., to Mr. B. Frank McLeod, Jr., With a full course of study, both English and Classical. While the courto of instruction is e.pe- which occurred Oct. 25th, inform tho d men for i.her?shman Claw, it is intended at the same a liberal Lngllsh education lo any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, time to receiver that they will be at homo after Nov. 1 at 110 Beaufain street, Charleston, A t, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th Van-arsdal- l, Centre College Academy. fir-n- un 6,. C. Home Boarding. and Training Department d E. P. Woods has bought in the lost week of various parties in this vicinity, two of fat hogs at 5 to 5Jc and a of 1,450 pound export cuttle car-load- at f 130. s car-Io- aJ at 4c. Dr. Phillips and family, of Kirks-vill- o, FoNTAINU FoX HOIIIIITT. KILLED ONLY ONE have moved to the Harris property recently published by him. Casey Owsley, of Centre College, visited his mother Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Fred of Louisville, was hero this week tho guest of Mr. W. J. Clemerson. Mrs. George D. Burdett has returned to her homo in Omaha. Miss Kliza Lusk has returned from Point Burnside. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Paxton, of Stanford, were tho guests of Mrs. Alex Robinson Sunday. Miss Kliza Smith has returned from the World's Fair. Lip-pold, w a And that Unintentionally. Corrects a Statement Capt. White In Unmi- LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. stakable Terms. you tho error you mado in were led into your issue of Friday morning, euyiug that my son, Chnrloy, had killed two men. Now tho truth of tho mnttor about that is this. You havo been imposed on by somu Ananias, who has told yon an unmitigated, Lie, with a capital L. Charley never Killed hut one person, ami ho didn't do that intentionally. Now I know this to ho the fact. Your informant is a barefaced liar. Will you please make tho correction and oblige your old friend F. J. White. and Mahan had tho misfortune lo loose ono of his fingers in MeKeo'a planing mill last week. A protracted meeting at Old Union Iihs resulted in many conversions, mourners ami shouters A picnic near tho Pulaski line in tho Colony district resulted in a large number of broken horn In and bruised noses. Kvan McKeehan.a wealthy merchant of Corbiu died Friday night of typhoid fever. Ho was buried ner Lily Sunday with Masonic honor. Marriugo license have been issued since last report to the following couples. On the threat to tell her husband James M. Lawsonand Miss Mary Durthat lie had made an improper proposal ham, Dan K'aim and Mi Mary Holt, J. to her James Jennings shot and almoht T. Steel and Mrs. K. A. Honsley, C. C. instantly killed Mrs. Mary Campbell at Johnson and Mips Margaret Lusk. Atlanta. The Whisky Trust husadvaneod the Tho last Sunday at tho World's Fair greatest in attendance. The price of whisk .'Scents on a gallon in was tho paid admissions were M0.S21. Tho loud two weeks. Hon. Kdwin F. Uhl, of Giand Rappaid admissions to Sunday including that ids, Mich., if said to have been (endured day are Sl,251,302. Mrs. John G. Carlisle is preparing a and will accept tho position of Assistant cook book which will bo publishod this Secretary of the State. From reports from Weather Bureau winter. It will include tho results of stations in tho cotton belt it seems Mrs. Carlisle's experience in housekeepthe froftt lino Sunday morning ing and some contributions from her oxtended as far south as Vicksburg, friends. Montgomery and Atlanta. 12. Y. McKeohan, postmaster at aged itO. Ho was a died Friday, The Springfield News says: Thero tine business man and had ono of the is a host of good democrats longing for J. B. McCreary's Congressional largest stores in the mountains. Besides a wife ho leaves four childrou, for whom shoes. The man who geta them will get ho had well provided in addition to car up early and he who wears them worthrying a life insurance of 15,000. ily will ho a hustler for all that is out. 1.00 Anglo-Saxon well-wishe- Lancastkk, Oct. I To (he Editor Interior Journal.) 2S. I bjii sorry Col. A. R. Dyctie is on the racing stump in Laurel ami I'll wager a nickel ho beats McQtiade. Yo Tambien easily defeated Lamplighter in tho match raco at Hawthorne Park, Chicago. Clifford was to start, but his owner thought tho track too heavy. Mascot, tho pacer, and Directum, tho trotter, havo been matched for f a side, the race to tako place Nov. 2, over the track of the New York Driving Club at Fleetwood. B. W. Gaines sold to J. W. Adams a lot of fat hogs at 5Jc. John Spoona-mor- o sold a nice lot to Adams at same price. E. B. Beazley sold to eamo party a hunch at same price. John A. Huguely bought of Harvey Bonta 24 1,400 pound cattle at 4 cents. P. O. Sandidge has delivered to W. II. Prewitt a bunch of hogs averaging that ho sold for 0 cents. Advocate. Naboth, tho speedy Walsingharn stallion belonging to J. K. and Smith Baughman. lowered his record a second at Cecil's track, at Danvillo, last week by going the distance in 2:201. Tho last half waa made in 1:07. Upon the report that tho Senate would repeal the clause of the act of 1S90, wheat advanced on tho Chicago Board of Trade 1 jc a bushel. There will bo a btill more marked advance wfien the Bet shall have been repealed and signed by the president. 2,-5- Tho marriage of Mr. Will Severance to Miss Mamie Pickett, of Shelby, will occur at tho home of Col. Pickett tomorrow at high noon and after a lunch the wedding party will go to Louisville, afterwards coming direct to Stanford Tho leading man in tho drama and Dr. A. S. Price left for the Bceno this morning. A very unnatural story is sent ont from Vanceburg, how an old man of SO, who had wooed, won and married apret ty young widow, consented to a divorce when he found out she loved the handsomer and younger hired man, and permitted them to marry and live in his house, which he will give them after his death. Tho recital hears tho persuasive odor of its own improbability. CHURCH Haa been eita Wished in the Home and under the persoaal cont.ol ef the Principal. h.urs under the suprvMlon of the Principal and assistants and the and government o' a Christian home are combined with the best educational adrantazea. restraint For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. NEW : 600DS And prices to suit the times. We now have an IxxxxxiLen.se AFFAIRS. s sllver-nurchasin- c r. prob-nhleth- at Cor-bi- n, R. B. Georgehan, the Louisville hatter, has assigned for 8,000. Champion Corbett's announcement that ho will not fight before the Olympic Olub unices a $10,000 gtmranteo is made, has temporarily "queered" tho big mill. Tho battleship Oregon was launched at San Francisco. She is the heaviest vessel of any description ever launched in Amorioan waters, being of 10,'JOO tons displacement President Cleveland hasjgrantod a pardon to Gaorao Brasliears, sentenced in ArkaLSis to be hanged for murder aud the sentence commuted in 1SS9 to imprisonment for life. While John Clarke was kneading a hunch of dough in the kitchen of a restaurant at the World's Fair, his hand was caught iu the flanges of the kneading machineand 'completely severed. When ssked where his hand was he replied. "I guess it is in the dough, but I hope it won't spoil Jthe bread." Frank Mullley, of Bourbon, Ind., aged 'JO. was bitten on the hand by a cat. The member at once became swollen and he was soon a raving maniac and went about mewing, whining and clawing like a cat. At last he ranaway from home on his all fours and tried to cross a railroad track before an approaching train. Ho tarried on tho track too long and was run over and killed, 700-poun- d Tho Young Men's Christian Association has gone the way of the previous Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, endeavor to run a Christian Endeavor Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. here. Rev. W. A. Slay maker returned from Bloomfield, Saturday, where he held a 10 days meeting for Row J. J. Hill, which resulted in five additions to the church. Mr. Coleman O. Groves, of Mt. Sterling will deliver a lecturo before the Christian Endeavor Society at Walnut Flat, Wednesday night, Nov. 1st. Ev- Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. eryone invited. Mr. Groves will bo the Don'f fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. guest of Messrs. O. L. and T. W. Jones. The elder Elder Tharp, of Middle-tow- n, near Louisville, is now in his 77th year, whiio his brother, Elder J. J. Tharp, of Mt. Ster'ing, is OS. His eon, Elder Wallace Tharp, of Carlisle, goes to Augusta, Ga,, after a $2,400 salary. Paris Kentuckian. Tho protracted meeting at Nonesuch, Woodford county, closed on Sunday night with 10 additions, making 37 dur-t- j Oysters always on hand, cither in bulk or cans, or served to order ing the muetmg thero and at Troy. Dr. in any style, with celery, etc. Bdchman left, on the 10th and Dr. Guerrant continued meeting until the 22d. Jessamine Journal. A revival meeting which has been in progresa at Grier's Creek church the And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. past four weeks, conducted by Revs. G. H. Rout, T.J. Bacherand Jos. Hopper, Candies, Nuts, &c, in great variety and abundance. Come in and came to a close last Sunday night with have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. 45 additions to the Presbyterian church and S or 9 who will unite with other churches. Woodford Sun. Four millions of the poople's money was dumped into the sea when the big battle-ship- , Oregon, was launched at San Francieco. Niueteen hundred years after the birth of tho Prince of Peace tho coBt of tho preparation for war is still tho heaviest burden borne by tho Christian nations of the earth. Louisville Times. Dealers In- Tho Christian Endeavor is The attendance Sunday was largo and tho interest great. O. E. Tate presided and a feature of the meeting was a solo by Miss Lucy Johns, "The Lord Jesus is Standing," in which sho fully sustained her previous efforts and proved herself as versatllo as she 13 a most charming vocalist. Mr. P. M. McRoberts' address on the responsibility SeeOur Large and Splendid Line Of tho one to the other was another notable feature. Nearly all of the mem-bor- a responded in some way as their n ames were called. SSx.c?bL BEST Stook: SEVERANCE & SON. ifi"7ronrM,,v',o ot Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMES. Splendid Dinner for 25e. FARRIS & HARDIN, -- iucreas-ingandmultiply- Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, 85c. FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Fetter's Southern Magazine has in- The Queen and Oroacont Bouto is pre- paring to issue an elaborate publication in magazine form, descrlptivo of tho dif irerent sections of the South tributary to its lines. Capitalists, tourists and men are not likely to target tho southern cities eo long ae tho Queen and Crescent Route can roach them with Praise. this artistic publication. Copy of this We desire Doaorvlncr citltens, that for years to say to our magazine will be mailod to any address we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery Dr. Life on receipt of ten fcenU iu postage for Consumption, Salve King's New Hitters,Pills, and llucklen'i and Klectric Address, W. C. Kinearson, have neverArnica stamps. handled remedies that sell as well or Pawenger Agent, Cincinnati, that have given such universal satlslactlon. We Goneral do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and Ohio. we stand ready to refund the purchase price If . -rcsuns uo not toiiow tneir use. 1 nose certainly, consumption can bo sausiaciory Why, remedies have won their great popularity purely too far gone. on their merits. A. K. Penny, druggist. cured, if tho lungs are not Kill tho microbes that cause that cause Stockton's Anti"I consider Chamberlain's pleasant the inflammation withevery tisauo of the specific for croup. It is very Cough Ilemody a to take, septic. It penetrates which is ono of the most important requisites lutfps, causes a good appetite and builds where a cough remedy is intended for use among I up the system gonerally. Do not loso children. lifenave known cases of croup whereuse of a little one was saved by know the hope, but glvo Antiseptic a trial and you of Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy." J. the J, druggist, Avoca. Neb. will have mat y years of life and health 50c bottles Tor sale by W. U. McRobsru, Drug. you. before glt, Stanford. For ealo by A. U. Penny, Stanford. bind-nee- a sol 1 l'erhaps tome of our readers would like to know creased its circulation to a remarkable In what respect Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is extent. During tho months of August, better than any other. We will tell. you. When this remedy Is taken as soon as a cold has been September and October, in spite of the contracted and before It has become settled in the depression in business, this magazine haB system, it will counteract the effect ol the cold and greatly lessen its severity, anu it is the only been in such demand that each odition ' remedy that will do this. It acta In perfect harA Million Frloudd. mony with nature and aids nature In relieving the has boen exhausted and the publishers A friend In need it a frlond indeed, and not If it lungs, opening the secretions, liquefying the mucompelled to declino orders which they than one million have found Just tuch a friend in cus and causing its expulsion from the air cells of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, the lungs and restoring the system to a strong and were unable to fill. Coughs and Colds. If foil have never used tint healthy condition. No other remedy in the marproperties. No KTrit Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you ket possesses these remarkable DocTaylor, a notorious outlaw, who other will cure a cold so quickly. that it has wonderful curative powcri In alt For sale by W II. Mckoberta, Druggist, Stan- was hung at Wise Court House, Va., the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Kach botford. tle 1 Kuvated to do all that it claimed or mon preached his own funeral sermon and ry will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. K l'ennr 'a drug store. Large bottles joe and $i . made tho request that his body be kept ex-Go- THE HARD TIE ARE OVER d At last. The Consumer has been snueezed Irmrr nnrl li.irrl hv flip cti. ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the panic-scarreand ovr- loaaea manuiacturers and importers are dumping their products as fast as they can, which means that prices are now being i When When When When Baby waa t IcV, we koto her Costorlr. sho a a Child, she cried for Costoria. the became Miss, she clung to CastorU. sho had Children, ahe gve them Costoria. out of the grave three days in which timo he thought ho could resurrect himself. m rtosuviiie, renn., uct. h, leys. I had been troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia for several years. The first dose of Stockton's Antiseptic relieved mo and threo bottles havo mado a complete cure. Respectfully, For salo by A. R. Penny, Stanford. mt 1 would gie me relief they would injure my stomach, until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-h- it R emedy was brought to my notice. I used it and will say it is the only remedy that gave me permanent reliet and no bad results follow." . Forsaleby-W.ilMclloberts, Druggists, Stan-orKv. "During my term of service In the army I contracted chronic diarrhea," says A. E. HtndiDg, of Halsey, Oregon. "Since then I have used a great mount of medicine, but when I found any that W. A. RoiiBnTS. d, The best salve In the world lor cuss, bruises aores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap--P- d hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup (ions and positively cures piles, or no par required, It is guaranteed to givi perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price aj cents per box. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Kv. Buckltn'a Arnica Salve. Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hangoods, rotten with age or inlected with disease, but fresh from the mauufac-turerRead these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes $ r, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c worth $1. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth Si. 25. Ladies' Button Shoes 90c, worth 51.50. The largest and best selected stock of Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, d s. JLAUGMTE1M1B JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. :,.&. .. n ,tun. 6 OR 8 PAGES. Just ono week remains till the election. Thero is no announced opposition to Messrs. Harveyllelrn tor representative and W. F. McOlary for school superin Stanford, K v., OcroBEit31, 1893 tendent, but they are deserving the full support of tho democratic party and ought to be complimented with a largo W. P. WALTON. voto. There is opposition to our canui-datfor the Senate, Hon. W. H. Miller, and the republicans, whilo making no stir, are working like boavpra to elect their man, Lay. If they succeed it will boa big victory for them, but tho democratic majority in the district will not, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Mr. we are sure, permit such a result. for State Senator, Miller is a tried and true man. Let us see that he is elected by an overwhelmW. ing vote. Every democrat should go to the polls and help to thnt end. for Representative, Semi-Weekly InteriorJomul a HON. H. MILLER. of Public Sen ools, HARVEY HELM. For Superintendent Tub Fino Arta building at tho World's Fair, 8aid to contain fivo miles of galleries, is to bo preserved aa a permanent memorial museum. Marshall Field, tho leading merchant of Chicago, baa subscribed $1,000,000 to the endowment fund on the condition that 500,000 more bo raised. Pullman, the palace car prince, has added $100,000 and tho balance will bo easily secured. The Kentucky exhibit ought to be given a place in it in tact to show how little a great State could show with bo much to bo shown. W. F. McCLARY. ter Another Guiteau has arisen and Car 11. Harrison, Mayor of Chicago is 18S9. his victim. A crank newspaper carrier David Colson, the youug Middles-bornamed 1'rendergast went to the mayor's millionaire, admits that ho spent home Saturday night at 8 o'clock and $30,000 last year trying to got tho repubcalling him to the door tired three shots lican nomination for Congress in the All wool red flannel 20c, 25c and 35c; either is worth 10c more per yd. White flannel IOC, 20c and 25c, into his body, the first shattering his In Canton Flannels we take the lead, and we sell you a good quality at 11th district aud says he will go out after worth nearly double the money. arm, the second entering his abdomen 5c, worth 8c, a better grade atjyic, worth 10c, and the best at 10c, worth 15c. Remember we sell the it again. and the third piercing the region of the While leading a sortie against an atheart, producing death in a short time. Doc Taylok took an hour and a half tacking force of fanatical natives at His last words) were "Give mo water to preach his own funeral sermon before Morocco, Gen. Margallo, the Send for Annie," the latter referring to ho waa "jerked to Jesus" at Wise the Spanish troops, and 70 Miss Annie Howard, of New Orleans, Many others Friday, or tho murder of a of his men were killed. Va., the heiress to whom he waa to have whole family. He claimed to have tho were wounded. All wool yarns at 65c per pound. If yon need any Comforts and Blankets they arc almost given away. oaen married Nov. . J. ho assassin was Now that tho Kepoal BUI will soon Comforts 50c, 75c and Si, worth double money; blankets 75c, 90c and St. 15 a pair that you can not dusustaining power of grace, but he must arrested and barely escaped lynching. have been mistaken for when the noose bo out of tho way, it is said that Mr. plicate for double the money. Remember our clothing, shoes and all other eoods are nut in this slaueh- He gave as his reason for the act that waa being adjusted he fainted from Oievelandexpecta to devote a portion of tcr sale, but as they arc too numerous to mention we can not note you all prices. All we ask is that the mayor had promised him the posi- fright and fell heavily to the floor of the his time to filling sotno of the important you call and examine our stock and we guarantee it will be money in your pocket. tion of corporation counsel and had not scaffold, and had to be held up while the offices at Washington now held by rekept his word. The deed caused the of the preparations were being publicans with democrats. most intenso excitement and tho city rest At Ada, Ark., tho body of a little made. was wild for several hours, for Mayer boy. who had been missed for soveral Harrison was a most popular man, being Tub battle of the ballots will be fought days, waa found in a balo of cotton A. URBANSKY & CO., almost invincible before the people. He in 12 States next Tuesday besides Ken pressed at hia father's gin. How the Ky. was five times elected mayor, the last tucky. Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, child camo to suffer so terriblo a death time by an overwhelming majority over Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New is a mystery. Tovcu ami Country. two other popular candidates.- It wfH York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dako-HLittle Beth had gone into the counMrs. Ella Rudiger, a society woma u not alone as mayor that Carter Harri- ta, Virginia and Wisconsin hold elections of Omaha, shot and killed Henry J. Rei- try, and, as was galto natural, had son attained prominence. He served more or less important. Ohio, which is ser, a leading business man of that city. taken her city notfans with her. "Vou must keep an awful lot of potwo terms in Congress, where he made to elert a governor, seems to have been She then attempted to commit suicide considerable reputation. He was the given up to McKinley, as little or no ef- but failed. Mrs. Rudiger claims that licemen out hero, grandpa," she said, on the first day ufter her arrival. author of the resolution to increase the fort is apparently being made for Neal. Reiser had wronged her. "Why so, Beth?" said her grandpresidential term to six years, making Louis Kostler, a Georgetown saloon father. Is Hocoivin? His the holder .ineligible thereafter, but a Yestkrday saw the official close of "Oh, there's such a lot of U is to bo tried on a charge of in senator for life. Two!years ogo he purkeep off of." Inter Ocean. the greatest Fair ever conceived.and car- sanity. One reason for the oeliet Mat : : chased the Chicago Times, which he Hyiiiimthy. Iln ried out by man, but the gates will be he is iusanel is that he baa suddenly edited till April last when he gave the . "Johnny Bolton Is tho most mvkward-04open for all who wish to pay the changed his politics, turning lrom a Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. G?e me call. paper to his two sons. Mayor Harrison kept boy 1 ever saw," said Harry Springadmission fee for some time yet. The etrong democrat to a republican. waa born in Fayette county, this State, in er, whoso language limps little. At Bartow, Ga., two little sons of S. close was to have been celebrnted in 1823 and is cloEely related to the "Howls ho awkward?" asked Sister hunting with a negro Jane. M. Bell went bird gala style, but owing to the assassinaand other distinguished famition of Mayor Harrison it was made a boy several years their senior, lho rai-c- al "Oh. he stutters, an' he talks through lies. He graduated in law at Transylvagot mad because ho could find no his nose, an' is left handed on both memorial day, with nil the prearranged nia and moving to Chicago in 1855 he game and banged loose at the older of sides," said Harry, "an' his clothes ceremonies and pageants omitted. I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Icwclrv. invested in real estate, which soon made the two boys and shot hia right arm off. don't tit him." Harper's Young Peo- and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. him wealthy. He waa twice married The Senate reports progress on the Tho Court of Appeals holds that on- ple. and as before stated was about to take nal repeal of the Sherman bill. By a ly four railroads in the State are entitled At tlir UftrlMtr. Ladies' watches former price $50 now $.o 00; Customer Say, mister, the time nre unto himself a third wife. As mayor of voto of 5S to '.) tho Voorhees' amend- to exemption from taxation by tho act of Ladies' watches former price S35 now S27.00; so bad yon have to cut down the jrke Cnicago he has during the Fair received ment for the Wilson bill was adopted lJSt, exempting new roads for five years of a shave to ten cents. Ladies' watches former price S25 now Si 7.50. officials and delegations from all parts of and tho main question was to have been and that 12 owe tho State, some in whole Barber On tho contrary, rre hare the world and his addresses of welcome ordered yesterday afternoon. It is bard and Home in part for tho taxes sued for. raised Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the the price to a quarter. were always full of happy thoughts ele- to tell what the Senato is going to do, Customer Raised the price of sharFire at Pittsburg destroyed a largo gantly expressed. His name will be in however, under the rules now governing seven-stor: : warehouse owned and occu- ing! Why? delibly linked; to the great Fair, which it. Barber Hverybody hna such a long pied by tho Chautauqua Lake Ice Co. face nowadays. Brooklyn Life. he did much to promote and make a This sale will be made for CASH. Bring the money along with you. aid tho Pittsburgh Storage Co., also dosuccess. With pardonable pride he Kxptmlaml. It is said that over J15.000.000 were ing great damage to surrounding proptook part in the inauguration exercises, taken from visitors pockets by the fakes erty. There once wa a woman oallol Mrs The loss is estimated to be over Who Bakl: "I don't know wbit Kra " bnt ho was not permitted to see its glo and other things in tho Midway Uut a fellow la haftta $1,000,000. rious close. The hand of an assassin has A great deal of this huge amount l'ut bis arm around her wnlat. John Hutchinson, aged GO, has been And quietly answered: "Why. Ttira " laitl him low forever. went into the coffers of tho given 12 years in tho penitentiary at Truth. Persian Theatre, wher tho vulgarest of aiDTUAi. rni:sKNCK or mi mi. The ruling of Commisaioner Loch re u women gave the vulgareat performance Rochester, N. Y., for intimacy with 15 younc cirls. all of whom were under 10 that no shall serve on ever seen in public. years of age. A life sentence or a hangof pension examiners is a the btarda ing piece of narrow mindedness that a demIt is said that Prendergast, the Chica- havewould haveofbeen .a better way to him. disposed ocratic administration should be asham- go assaEin, had Gov. Altgeld on the list Leland Stanford in his will allowed ed of. There is no class of citizans more he intended to annihilate. Had ho behonorable,1 and honest than tho soldiers gun on him there would be lens feeling his wife S5.000 a month with which to who foughtfor tho lost cause and they of sorrow than over the ono who maintain the family. Last week she would scorn tc take any advantage of now lies dead in the city in which he made testimony to the court that tho Tongs, Pokers, &c. sum was not sufficient aud it was inthose who met them in (deadly combat. was held in the highest esteem. creased to $10,000, or $120,000 a year to In the South especially the The plea that ho is crazy oughtn't to support a family of three or four. are the best citizens and this inCollector Walter P. Shaw vidious order is an Insult to them. The save such a wretch as the assassin of commissioner ought to know that the Mayor Harrison. Death fn any form is was found guilty in tho Federal Court at Louisvillo on two counts of the indictwar is over and has been for nearly 30 too good for tho brute. ment charging him with soliciting monyears. Aliiert Aiiiiino, of St. Louis, is Buffer- ey from the, Government employes for "Hb that (i being often reproved ing from the unusual diseasn of political purposes. Tho penalty may be hisneck, shall suddenly be deRICHMOND, KENTUCKY. dodendalo. Guess what it is two years' imprisonment, or a fine of stroyed and that without remedy.' So and take it. Editor Woman's Home Queen Theme Three Collect ; Thi ee Tralnlnj; Schools. I'ifleen departments of itudy lleallliful locatlu Ir i.yninasiuni rtcui t!. wrote Solomon in Proverbs lffl:l. The Tho dispatches bring daily wails Jokes are old; I read them when I was mt neaiioi mt nine i.tan KfRion if33 frum thirtynnil Atlilellccountries, M Tate rmrtKr llWtoJ.W. Attendance lat eion Mates nt. I Krfi I Iff tuatlcr young girl, IU14 myytj km j.. jj, Jll.itiT J l.l, AJt JJt Jiunci'llor, Klchminui, Ki tttucky. words are especially appropriate to SenApart from trom the Cherokee Strip. NEVSY NOTES. Humorist (anxiously and persuasiveator Blackburn who is Btill bound to his tho 15,000 who went with tho rush and The Georgia House has passed a bill failed to secure land, tho re are many ly) Jtut.surety, that can't bo so very silver idols and doing his best to delay long OgO the demand of thej people. He again to prohibit the sale of cigarettes in the thousands who, maintaining their hoi Editor (with dignity) However, I 18 OVER THE voted for the PelJer amendment and oth- State. are practically homeless, friendless think we can find a. place for thewn. I'll Hardin Coyie, a Madison county and moneyless. Their condition is piti- take them. I'uck. er provisions'offered to thwart that demand. A day! of reckoning will come youth, accidentally shot and killed him able. jHP 1IU CrodmitUU. Bert Denham and a young man by and Senator Blackburn will Gnd himself self while hunting. "There will bo a. meeting of the Louisville ifcNasbvillo earnings dur the name of Roberts became involved in then enquiring in a dazed sort of a way bowrd," taid the preacJier, "at the condo- - a quarrel over a woman at Barren Fork ing three weeks in October show a "where am I at?" clusion of thl So tho oflicial crease of 1288,810. Pulaski county, aud in the fight that en" brethren of Hie church gathered A senior at;Harvard University had Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show will Bued Roberts shot Denham, who died urottml tho pswtor after tho bento pay $300 and, lose his scholarship be- take in over $10,000,000 and tho .Ferris almost instantly. Both parties are mar- ediction wis pronounced. Ainoiiff stranger, whom it sides for embracing and kissing the wheel over S2G0.OO0, ried and havo always borne a good rep- them was was necessary as delicately as portable cbambermaidjagainac her will. Kisses The Legislature of New Zealand has utation. come high in Bonie'insUnces, though it passed a bill giving tho franchise to all A committee appointed by a con- to remind that his presence was not needed. beg your pardon," bald the eeems that tho boys must have 'em. But women over 21 years of age. vention of negro lawyers recently held Htranger; "I "I understood thtH wan to be kissing a woman against her will is a meeting of the bored, ol illicit I There is a horse owned in tho State in Chattanooga, have arrived in Washabout as foolish a performance as kiss- of Delaware that has run away three ington to urge upon Congress tho rec- claim to be one." ing the Blarney stone or tho Popo'a toe. times and each time has killed a lady. ommendation of tho convention that ono Out of tlin Ordinary. with Peggotty must be aa willin' aa Barkis or billion dollars bo appropriated "Say," suid the regular customer of A. J. Hess, of Columbus, has been FROM there is lacking that Buul satisfying de- appointed grand reportor of tho Knights which the colored people of this country the side street restaurant ah hu stopped may bo colonized. -' LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. licious flavor, so necessarvtto the full en- of Honor to ?&-?j.s- y' to pay his cheek, "where at the desk succeed J. A. Demaree, did you get that beef you aro serving joyment of a kiss at least we have been DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Something CJnuaual. V" so informed, as a medicine, Is Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical , incLuot ' o Toe Pacific mail freight and steamer, Cily of Now York, valued with her cargo at SGOO.OOO, ran on ho rocks in Sau Francit co bay aud will prove nearly a total loss. "You voted for a change and how do you liko it?" is tho battle slogan of Mc Kinley. The governor is silently pro- mature. We voted for n change and expect to liko it when wo got it. Secretary Hoke Smith has issued his requisition on tho secretary of the treasury for $10,000,000 in payment of tho quarterly pensions due Nov. 4. The Louisville agency gets 51,100,000. J. E. Stone, tho Indiana fiend, now Bays ho killed tho entire V ratten family without any assistance and is ready and willing to be banged, confident that ho will be jerked at once to a better world. Foraker has taken the Ohio stump to "plead for tho purity of tho ballot." This is tho same Mr. Foraker who lured for Mr. Halstead into tho ballot-bo- x gery conspiracy during thu campaign of pas-eong- or A : GEEAT : SUCCESS Was our Grand Triumphal week but we will not stop at this point. We will still continue to slaughter our goods right and left until every dollar's worth of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Shoes, Moots, Hats, Caps, Carpets, Trunks, &c, are sold. Don't forget, 'tis MONEY WE WANT. And money we must have, and with your money you can make money. Read our prices and you can see that we can sell you goods cheaper than our competitors can buy them. All calicos such as Indigo Blue, Simpson's Hlack and Gray's Manchester, fancy and all other standard prints go at per yd. Good Lancaster ginghams at $c a yd., worth 7j4; good oil red table linen 25c, worth 40c, the best table linen made 35c, worth 50c. dc READ the PRICES ON FLANNELS Oz. Me-lil- la, com-mander- Court-Hous- e, Best Imported Zephyrs at 5c per -- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Stanford, ; - .(URUPLEY,- ttttettttH jgpttwrJk AND grn NU FALL WINTER GOODS. Breck-inridg- es Great Clearance Sale. fi- y SAME SWEEPING .A.. REDUCTION. Plai-Banc- IR. npzsirsriisr'sr. d HBATIN(& STOVES, Stove Pipe, Elbows, to-da- Zinc, Coal Hods, Shovels, Ex-Depu- ty bar-dene- th ancliy-lostotnu- m M'KINNEY BROS. CENTRAL university The World's Fair Ronfe from the South 15-00- 0. .: -- rrrirtl Bmt NSYLVANIA ORT LINES auvik AhTmVj$&f SS '- to-da- Miss Daisy, daughter of y. y ey General Garland, committed suicide Like Col. Forney, of Philadelphia, who used to speak of "my two papers, at Washington, the result of religious secretary of melancholia. both daily," the Marshall Dix' illicit distillery in Kentucky Press Association, R. E. the red-head- Morningstar, who is as handsome as ho ia clover, can now call two papers his own. He has bought the RuHsellville Lodger and revivtd its publication, while he will still continue to run the Bowling Green Democrat. As ho is the only really ubiquitous man on earth tho dual job will fit him exactly. Pulaski county was raided last week and 18 barrels of brandy and the distillery, worth about $3,000, were seized. Judge O. M. Lilian! and wifo celebrated their golden wedding at Friday. Their, brothers, sisters, children and were present. Law-rencebu- rg grand-childre- n And, because o( that, there's something unusual In the way ol selling it. Where every other medicine or its kind only promises, this is guaranteed. Kit ever (alls to benefit or cure, you have your money back. the only guaranteed remedy for every It's caused by disordered liver or impure blood Dyspepsia, llilliousneii, the most stubborn Skin, Scalp and Scrofulous affections, even Consumpin its earlier stages, are all tion or cured by it. ank enriches the bloou, rousei evrr It purifies organ Into healthful action, nd restores strength In building up both fieih and streegth and ol palebuny, Scrofulous chllbren, or to invigorate brace up the system after "Grippe,'1 bneumo-nland fever, and other prostrating acute diseases, nothing can equal the ''Discovery." Catarrh is positively cured by Dr. Sage'f Remedy. lung-scrofclvh-o- r. a, "Whut's the nmtter with itr" aggressively usked the cashier, who bcentcd another kick. ".There's nothing tho matter with it; that's vlx I asked." Life. A Hcliriner. fBUmn' tlibult Sloping and Buffet Parlor Cut. fW flouto Through the Indiana Natural Gas Bolt. M THtU Uhf S AND THim THROUGH Nellie Thnt waa a mean trick Jack played me, all the same! Willie-W- hat won it? Nellie He proposed Christmas ero bo that the engagemunt ring would do for n Chribtmu's gift. And I couldn't say "no," you knmv, becauso In that case ho wouldn't have given mo anything at all. l'uclc. t... ft i;KW, ' ' u i.i inn 11 .f'Vl'VKlMUi v v I 1 ij.iVV ' SOUTHtRt MHWAtS. Fob spcoai iHroRMATtot in rccaro ratc ANY CtWRCO DETAIL OOhCtRMNG This FWST-CIAS- B 111 riRhON SERVICE, fiiMi or er tlUORAM TO IITHIH OF THE rOUOISQl ATtMl fWIMIMl. TKtT OfFIClJ Of COIXtCIIOhS CAN TICKETS to Of. JlCURtO umn on K.H. LICET. Sethrn Pm'r lirrt . tltmitt m lOBISTIIii IT. .SDEWaS.DstrutPMrAjtfit. .,... nam f 1 .ngti,, wt4JlJJ,. vC. ff"i" ' U.. -- ., ..,..T. Jtf ., irf. inr,itfiff.i,irfi ft.'.SSfcl Y f ,,', ! 11 I rf mSm -- &', k .11 i Be up with tho times nnd eee tho j Assigned. Mrs. Annie Wray Bruio received nt 8. H. Shnnke'. beautiful display of novelties at DankB, ' made nn assignment Friday for the ben efit of her creditors to J. B. Paxton. Tho tho Jeweler's. An elegant linu of woddinx present amount of liabilities stated is 11,231 OS; Stanford, Ky., Octoiikk 31, 1893 very cheap nt A. H. Penny's. Attention Huntehs. A complete lino assets, remnant of a millinery stock nnd I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly of guns, rifles, loaded shells, hunting open accounts. Call and seo that lino of beating coats, all at bottom prices. W. B, renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs. . E. C. Walton, liusincss Manager Btovea nt W. II. Wearon & Co.'a before When n person remarks "He makes Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We arc now thoroughly prepared buying. mo is not usually nware It is moro than probablo that Mr. J. he iatired," he scripture. Job was tb&t to wait on our friends. We have a large stock of Spectacles. quoting tho MEANS BUSINESS. McHoborta house, now occupied Tiir 0. Florenco will open out n general merby T. M. White, will bo for rent Jan. 1. chandise Btock in his new building as first man to use the expression, but ho Ik'Y your school books and school sup put It moro elegantly. "He hath made W. H. Higgins. plies of nil kinds nt A. H. Penny's. Boon as it is completed. me weary." Seo Job 16.7. Watciika, clocks and jewelry repaired , The peoplo nro getting great bargains Tn it nowB which came Sunday that a and warranted. Engraving a specialty, B. II. Danks, tho enterprising jawoler, Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. All of which at Penny's In watches, clocks, jowolry Mr. Newcomb waa killed nt Brodhead nt A. It. Penny's. has on sale souvenir spoons designed by we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. and Bllvorwuro. Tiik largest stock of l)rutp, Medicines, tho night before nnd tho depot ngent nt himself. In the howl is picture of Perfumery, Paints nnd Wall Paper at J. W. Oaiiuiek lins rented tho Ferrell Wildio nssiissinated could not bo sub- tho fort and the spoon is the Do not Forget This I. We arc always glad to sec you. 2. No A. H. Penny's. Preecriptiona a specialcalled tho Looflico yestei- hotol and barroom, now occupied by D. stantiated at tho telegraph trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for ty. gan's Fort Souvenir. They aro beautiful day. A. Twaddle, for next year. it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment and weU worth the ?3 asked for them. . PERSONAL POINTS. always on hand. 6. To please onr customers is our greatest delight. Thkhk was a regular monkey and par Mil. J. W. Euiianks, of tho Hubblo via fellow who represented Himself bb Miss Annie Wkaiikn Is vleitlnKiti Lex- cinity, has an apple tree in full bloom. rot tlmo at McCormacks' church among good-neG. "WBlton, from Stanford," obtained a ington. Is of tho early Juno variety and boro the "brethoring" Sunday, but for It W. L. Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. for we day's board at tho Gait House, LouisBake don't say wo told you, Mia. Ann ik K. Hackley returned onco this year. promised not give names, if we did tell ville. Wo did not know we had credit Thursday from tho World's Fair. nt that excellent hostelry until the bill This newspaper will bo our tax book tales. Miss Jbnnik Duncan, of Lancaster, is camo showing tho imposition that had after Oct. 31t. All property, regardless visiting her sister, Mrs. It. 0. Warren. Tins day week, Tuesday, Nov. 7th, been practiced on it. Miss Amhhoma Thomas hns returned of ownership, on which the taxes aro eyery demounpaid, will bo advertised without fur- will bo election day. Let to Mrs. V. 13. McHoborta from Ixniia-villMb. David Pepplks Buffered a singucrat make it a point to go to tho polls ther notice. J. N. Menefee, Suerifl. and put the X under the rooster, which lar misfortune tho other day. His Mi8 Eva Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, Ileaequarters for- This is all Hallowe'en and is not as good as it used to bo and tho will then crow for tho succtes of tho was the guest (or n few dnya of Miss Ivv credulous school girl gazing into a crack ticket. democratic ho walked neainst a clothes line in the nio Burch. ed mirror will think aho sees tho picture yard, which caught him in the mouth Misrt Lucy IIatciikh hns returned from , The Centre College Eleven eeeniB to in such a way at to jerk out seven front of her future husband as she slowly her stay in Georgia and is nt her father's, counts 700 and performs bo Invincible. Thoy have won overy other fantastic teeth. The accident has caused him Mr. T.J. Hatcher. tricks that will causo tho angels to smile. gamo of foot ball for which they havo great suffering and inconvenience. Mr. J, K. Fa inns was over from Lexcontested, including the ono on their Of all kinds. The most complete line of ington and spent several days with his Cot. Andy Johnson, who has just grounds at Danville Saturday, when they News comes by grapevine wire of a from tho Cheroke strip, snya ho beat tho State College Eleven 0 to 1. sinter, Mrs. Sam Engleman. broomstick fight in the May wood Misshs Annik Wilms, of Columbia, will bring auit against tho Louisville Two women, one a graes widow, Shot. At a colored church at How-lan- met there and "ono word bringing on and Mary Powell, of this county, are Times and two Cincinnati papers for the other night, Will Jones shot another" tho battle wns begun visiting at Theodoro Powell's. publishing that ho burned tho Dillion and wagEver in Stanford. Prices according to the times. Will GUI and fled. Tho wounded man Mn.lt, W. II one kh, president of the mill at Dillion. Tho colonel is evident ed fast and furious till both were exnaya that ho did It without cause or exMetropolitan National Bank, of Knnsas ly playing a big gamo of bluff. hausted, the g. w. coming out second cuse Olllcere pursued Jonea but they best. Enough tresses were taken up afO.ty. Is visiting Mb mother nnd brother. Mil. 0. J. Chow asks us to stnto that failed to catch him. Ho is a hostler for Mr. Joel ah Bibiioi, wife and daughter, ter tho fight to start a hair store. wo were in error in regard to hia being a Mr. L. M. Lasley and had always been reMiss Amanda, are back from tho World's member of tho firm of J. P. Crow k Co,, garded as a penceablo negro. arm Bhokk. While going to the Fair, where Mr. Bishop said they had n which is suing tho Aultman, Miller A church dedication at McCreary, Sungrand time. Sam Uithkouove phot and slightly Co. for f 10,000 damage. This is n farmday, thelhorae drawing tho vehicle in Cot- - I). U. Collich, Surveyor uf tho ing implement linn. It is Crow fc Co., wounded Arthur Walls, becausa he which Mrs. S. L. Warner was, ran o(I Ho Port of liouisville, was hero Friday. drug firm in which ho is interested. killed his dog, supposed to bo mad. Tho and she was thrown to the ground, will bo an ex after Nov. 1 and will go the old man seems to have become blood- breaking her arm in two places and fearinto the insurance btieincfn. TiiBTnrnersvillo Literary society will thirsty fiinco tho hanging of tho .negro Tho proper Miss Mamoik Lkwis. of Buckeye, was give an entertninment at Turnersvillo, for attempted rape an his little daugh- fully scarring her face. ibwn to seo her father nnd mother, Dr. Saturday evening, Nov. Ith, conelsting ter. And this reminds us to eay that f o surgical attention was rendered and Mre. All competent business men recognize this fact. Hence we court it T. M. Iewis and wife, lor a fow days. of recitations, essays, Belect readings and far bb wo have been nblo to learn no ef Warner was brought back to Mrs. Kate Dudderar's, where she ia now resting from every direction and in every line. Gullny accompanied her. Mim Jennie n debate Subject of debate: "Has fort has been made by tho grand jury to easy. Miis. Dit. McKkb, of Florida, who has nny young lady more Influence over a find out who those lynchers are. ' been tho guest of Mrs. 11. H. Withers, young man than his mother?" Tho An attempt was made to blow up two McKinney linos', delivery wagon left Saturday to visit friends in London public is cordially invited. negroes, Georgo Jonea and Richard Robhorso ran away Saturday afternoon and inson, at Danville. beforu returning to the land of Mowers. A bomb supposed In our Clothing, Cloaks, Boots and Shoes both for ladies and gentleA KcliiiuiLKitin the London Echo fro in dashing up Main atreet crented conster W. It, Oahson, 0. 0. Carson, Ji'ixii: to have been made of dynamite or giant men, boys and children. In our Misses Cloaks we have no equal. Our nation among those who were driving. powder was thrown through W. W. Withers nnd George McHoborta Mlddloburg gets after our correspondthe front Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets and Trimmings of every kind have been accompanied Messrs. Helm and Waters ent there and us for saying and empha- In front of tho college tho wagon struck window of their room, but it exploded pronounced me Dcsr. ana as cneap as ever ottered, btep by step we sizing that Mr. J. 0. Lay to "tho com tho buggy in which Messrs. K. II. jiv- to tho World's Fair Saturday morning. just as It wont through the window and have climbed the Ladder of Public Favor aud we have done so by Mns. Mary Ksulkman returned to monest kind of n common school teach- ons nnd Georgo Carter were and tore off failed of ita purpose. TJhe force of tho with her brother yesterday er." Aa wo do not know Mr lay or any a wheel and Bn axle, throwing tho gen- explosion shattered all the windows in selling good goods and making our word good when we sell them. It k Islington uud If satisfactory nrrangoments can bo thing about him, having never laid eyes tlomen out but not hurtingthem. Neither the building, knocked the plastering off has always been our aim to conduct our business on business princimade she will likely make that her on his beautiful person, wo turn tho tho runaway nor tho wagou was injured tho walls and made Little Britain think ples and we shall continue to do so even though we do not realize our scribbler over to our scribe confident to much extent. expectations. We shall offer some home. nn earthquake was shaking her from . Mrs. J. It- Bailky and children, after a thnt ho ia nblo to akin him alive. Tub first cold wave signal of the sea- atom to stern. The negroes had testifi short visit to Mrs. J. 0. McClary, left This oflico ia now getting out the bal son was ordered up Saturday afternoon ed ngaintit certain illegal liquor beliefs -:- Saturday lor their now homo near lots, State, county and municipal for and the wnvo enmo on tlmo and with n nnd it ia supposed that had something to Mercet county, where Mr. Bal Lincoln county and it is pretty good vengeance. The mercury waa down to do with the dastardly attempt. this week, in every department. Our Dress Goods and Cloak Stocks ill try his hand at farming for a sired job, requiring 12,000 i.npressions, ly 21 yesterday morning, tho ground waa arc immense. Our Overcoat and shoe stock is too large and the public while. NEW AI)YEimSE3IKN"M. 0,000 double perforations and a dozen or frozen and ice an half inch thick showed Miui. Claka Hklm Gam, her three more bound books. To must help us to carry them. Our way is to give you more goods tho uninitiated in exposed places. The atorm In the than your money is worth, and this we intend to do this week. Come children and MihrtMattio Hoehestor left tho ballots may bo somewhat confusing, Northwest was very severe and Bnow yesterday for DallaH, Texas, whero they bat if you place the crosa mark under and see and let us reason together about this matter. Michigan and some foil as close to us as Mrs. Gano has will spend tho winter. the rooster your vote will bo counted points In Ohio. Tho predictions at this not gone into Bociety since tho death of right that ia for tho democratic candl tuno aro "Fair, warmer, Tuesday." dime 10 my place near Maywool, on the 27th !ir husband, but Mies Mnttio will bo dates. of July. bay mare Texai pouy. can jet engineer, fa- her by paying foi her Weeping xnn Owott by all tho young eoplo. 8 idly missed thii notice. J. It. Okndoki', tho jolly W. I STEPHENhON. Thkhk will bo two tickets for munici II. 13. KING. Gov. McCiujauy appreciates tho preGEORGEjB. PREW1TT. miliarly knowu B8 "pap;" has auflicient-lMaywood, Ky. pal officers here. Tho citizens ticket is of .tho American citizen. II from the severe Injurlea ho rogative recovered cune all tho way from Washington to headed by II. C. Farria for mayor, with received In the wreck nt Junction City LT0RSE-SH0EUfGlJg.Licl.mond to register so as to bo nblo to W. It. Carson for police judgo anil Win. to return to work. The American AcYeager's done U back of eatr VanAra-dalkinds of vote next week, nnd returned tho same Bright, W. II. Wearon, J. K. cident Insuranco Co. paid him $2,000, (table. Alto allme a call wagon J.and AllKIN'S, MORELAND, KY., G pairing. Give Win. Dinghorty, J. A Allop mil 6jnn Stanford, Ky. day to Washington in order to bo on We have opened up a nice line ol which helped to heal tho wounda Tho peo Everybody likee tho old man hand when tho Voorhees bill is sent to J. S. Hocker forcouncilmen. ple's ticket reads: For mayor, Dr. S. G. aud hopes ho baa been In his last wreck. tlit' House. Hocker, and for couticilmou M. D. El It would bo tho Irony of fato if this PiitXKiiKiM) to sit on a barrol at n disauArsdale, Dr. L. B. amber lluid run from more, J. K. old Confederate, after fighting tillery nnd see the R. D. BRUCE ollico work, Mr. Thos. II. Cook, W. H. Wearen, A. G. Huffman through tho war, should bo permanent the worm, to We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we arc marking It Agent ( r (he Jones Lock Wire fence and it is Fox, of Collector Bodes' oflico, has and I. M. Bruce. ly maimed by a common every day rail- pronounced by the Kara er to be the bet Wire In the world; no cutting, no snagging; pig down lower than ever. Fence It The hop at Walton's Opera House, road accident. been given tho former appointment. M tight and bull strong Call ou llruce at am Slnnfortl or addrei H U llruce at Dantille, Ky is rumored that ho is shortly to make Thursday night, was largely attended Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you Cihcuit Couut. Tho caso of Odio 6 a second or Is It tho third"') matrimonial both by spectators and dancers. Somo money. Paul for tho murder of Ike Helm waa ;!0 couple participated and enjoyed tho venture. tfoTWe arc opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. continued for the defenso on account of One of tho moat charming visitors this occasion greatly. Danville nnd Huston We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. the abseuco of Perry, who could not be Hwon is Mi6 Daisy Mbfoii, tho daugh villo sent delegations, while Crab Or- found, and tho Commonwealth being ElZnTG & frof Mr. II. P. Mason, of tho M?outo chard was represented by ono of her unwilling to admit what Paul swore ho Miss Masos Foard Co ,of Frankfort. fairest. Tho music was by a local or ould provo by him. It ia evidently a J. IYS. PETTY. not only tho possessor of n ronmrknbly oheBtrn, composed of John Cook, guitar, n'.iv fnr a further breathing spell. Tho pretty fnco nnd n fascinating personality, Prof. Tardiff, flute, and Ligo Farmer, judgo reduced tho bond to 51,000. F. L. The Gun Matter at I.ancatter, will be in Stanford one day of each month tor the purpose of getting but alio has tho advantages of a liberal mandolin, and was better than that fur- - Clifford, embezzlement, continued and repairs. Work left at the Mycis House or Mack Huffman's will bo sent to him and will receive - AND education and exteiiBtvo travel, which niahed by tho last Danville band that ho were tho cases against Tin Mershon, prompt attrntion. Old guns or pistols made good to hold played hero. as new. render her thoroughly equipped m his attnmov was on tho war path for the high place alio now occupies in tho Mr. John P. Jones, the commercial vnt.'H. Anderson Carr was tried in tho Louisville Couiinorcinl. social world. tourist, had quite an amuiing eplsodo two othor Cise8 against him for selling is a Virginian by birth and Miss Mason This notice forewarns hunter;, fishermen and unlawfully and fined in all 135, of the tho other day. Ho was, with n colored liquor others not to trespass nn our lauds without perComplete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. t io daughter of nu old friend ho replevied. It was only proved mission, as all suh will be prosecuted to the full driver, "doinf;" tho country stores, and which writer nnd was herself n schoolmate of stopped nt n farmer's hous) in tho Beo and that by a vory unreliable witness, est extent of the law. Signed: M. EACKOWirZ. Miss Maggie Buchanan, of Crab OrchT. D. NKWI.ANU. .Tim Miildlfituu. that Carr aold three H. HAYS. ard, whom aho visited a year or two Lick section for dinner. When the genO. C LYON. ial host invited Mr. Jones out to dine ho pints of whisky, but tho fact that ho hnd ago. KKEDKAl'MANN. also extended tho Invitation to his driv- government Hccnso to sell liquors, was R. L.WHITE. "CITY AND VICINITY. J L ItKCK. Thinking ho hnd not noticed that such Btrong corroborative ovidenco that er. T C HALL PETER HA I.MICK. tho man was of African 'scent, Mr. Jones tho jury went for him with a vengeance. Thaw, with Danks, tho Jeweler. IS PHILLIPS. HanBford, told him that ho could wait till tho white Tho jury in tho caso of Will J. E. ItltLCE. Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. Bons to tho wife of liichard II. Logan folks were through nnd then let tho dar- charged with having committed a rapo : a tino boy. key oat. This was not at nil satisfactory on Mollie Brooks, gave him 10 years in chenp to tho farmer and ho informed Mr. Jones tho penitentiary. Tho negro boy is but I:buytiiino In tho jewelry lino thnt if tho man was good enough to ride 10 and tho whito woman tho loweat of for cash at Penny b. Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. i r with him he ought to be good enough to old stagers, having lived for years with cottage on Mill atreet for rent. oit with him and nothing short ot Bi- and consorting with colored people. It N'ick tting him down to tho tublo would do is a shame to crowd tho already full J. II. Baughman. day at him. Mr. Jones saw that it was n caso penitentiary with Buch cases aa this nnd overy A new window display of eat with the darkoy or oat not nt all if tho judgo doean't Betaaido tho verdict, Danks, tho Jeweler's. Mra. E. J. Howell, MwUortf, aiass., says uer nnd he readily chose tho former. While tho governor ought to be appealed to. engine cured of Scrofula by tho uso against mother ha Fon Sale onjoying tho meal as heat ho could unTho suit of Ieaac Hamilton fer having had repair. Apply nt this oflico. auerman of four bottles of der the circumstances tho thought struck Tom Higgina (since kitieu;, in Kood "S ncnti and much other treat-- f MY goods oven tho drummer that it would bo a good Napper, J. B. Koyer, R. L. Martin, J. reduced tc qultoa low condlUon of health, as It PufASKD to show the now gat oven with tho host nnd he W. Flowers, Davo Burgess, R. L. Stev- was thought aho could not lire. Danke, the idea to if you don't want to buy. decided to do, bo. Whisporing to his enson and T. B. Meala has occupiod tho ot here CuredinyHttUboy Jeweler. Z .ev driver to ent heartily of tho preserves, court for mo3t of tho last two daya. It iry scroful Btock o x or cako and tho like, tho min did bo and in is to recover of the gentlemen, who aro pcared all orer hla We have a new and complete f Goods arc- glrcnnpall bopo for men, women and chil- less time than it takes to tell tho story engineers, $018 for building them a hall a year I bad rubber shoes uYArecovery, when finally Son. of Stephens A of his tho whole "platter" was linked na clean over tho storo-roodren. Severance A Induced to uso which they refused to pay I w.i S$P cured him, and no Knox, but ,. ,nt mlilctl' to taxes nfter 12 ni n new pin. It was a joko all round for because it was not built according to Alewbo ""tiles rumaln. tho and wye adver nnd baforo they parted each agreed that contract or in n workmanlike manner. eymptoms of T. L.dlseaoFuOIathervlllo, Miss. Mrs. Math o'clock to night. Pay Menefeo, Slier- - it wua a case of givo and take and they It was still boforo the court when wo nnd coot. J. N. Out bock on Bloc t i SWIfT SfhtlMC CO., Atlanta, Gs. ,, T. . word oven , in tho camo. went to press. n ill. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Nnwlotof Zcflcr boots and shoes just - NEW DRUG STORE. cians' Prescriptions. N' s. m m Particular Attention Paid to Physi- m w S. HOCKEB, M. D. m e. W. H. WEAREN & CO. STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS eye-eig- ht en-tir- o B ed post-offic- e. d HEATING : STOVES competition- 4 .. The Me of Trade. m m WE CHALLENGE IT - Slmk-ortow- n, Special Inducements ESTRAY. .1 HUGHES & TATE. y 70-4- s: tioric-ahovin- g ,V- - e, buL-L'- im- KING & PRE WITT y. gal-la- nt Attention, Farmers. 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries'Hardware, GTJITS H,PAII13SD. PBEWITT. DBUGS BOOKS. SCHOOL : SUPPLIES Prescriptions Carefully Compounded "Wo Bo POSTED. MfoMBIEMTSo I CURES SCROFULA ln RTRI iNriErvvr b -- CiiKAP.-A'ltrn- ction - EE vS?flV ir "" FAI.IL GOODS -- All In. Come and See H. J. McRQSERTS. winter - kiiinis-fmlUlfre- lSl-lu- - - r,ytt.,'-J- , t --- ?' p v" rfc.-- ., V,. J V WATER AND DISEASE. A Tot lllnta About Filtering autt Dolling Impure) Liquid. Impure witter bhould not bo ttced for Publlahod Every Tuoudny and Friday any domestic purpose. When only ImAT SU PICK YKA1UX .A-- VVNCB2 pure wnter is to bo had, it bhould in all enscs be purified lniforo use. not so paid S2.60 will be charged "Vm ltoiling' is the most common method of rendering innocuous or sterile any wnter suHpeoted or known to contain K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. material which might produce diseases conrcyablc by water; such as typhoid Train itaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning .fever or cholera. at 5:10 p. m. It is not uncommon to hear peoplo pay: "We do not fear cholera because L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. wo boil all our drinking water." Yet pm Matt train going North ........! 7 pm it is safo to 6a that half of those who 13 South. " . 11 51 pin give orders to have the water Expreta train " South boiled, m am North - 3x1 am and even of those who themselves 36 Local Freight North..... .9 07pm to its boiling, drink water from ...a South.. , Tha latter traina alio carry passengers. vessels tinned with unboiled water. Th above it calculated on itandard lima. Solar It is plain that the good effects of irae ia about to minutei faster, boiling the water which ia to bo used for drinking pnrpoees aro lost, if the QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. pitcher, or tho salad, or tho milk can, Trains pass Junction City as followa: or the milk jug has been rinsed with 1., Veitlbule Limited, 11,50 unboiled water. Tho boiling of water a. m.; No. j , Chicago Limited, 3.5c a. m.; No. 5., Is an excellent precaution, but tho use New Orleans ExpreM, ia ; a. m.; No. 7., Local, s.40 p. of boiled water should be extended. is.la p. m.; o. 9., mue urass Of tho water used in tho household North bound. -- No. a, f estibule Limited, 6.48 p. m : No. 6., Chica tho proportion devoted to drinking D. m. : No. 4.. Fast Mail, . go Limited, 1.37 a. m., No. 8., Local, a.55 a. in.; purposes is claUcJy amalL In tho dim urass special, 0 a. m. kitchen water is used for washing vegetables and salads, for rinsing dishes and tableware. One or two germs of disease clinging to tho sides of a vessel into which milk has afterward been ponroa may find tho milk an excellent eoil In which to grow and. propagate, their 6pockje. From food' which haa been subjected lo roasting, to boiling or to any thorough cooking there is nothing to fear. From uncooked foods and from fluids danger is possible, and In tho process of their preparation for consumntlnn Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal ea-Wh- tn pretty heavily for 'soap.'" Is a Candidate for County Judge of Lincoln, "Yes, sir," nnswered tho detective. ject to the action ol the Democracy. "We intend to scour tho country O. P. HUFFMAN thoroughly." Chicago Tribune. "isn't this Jones that wo were just talking about a relative of yours?" "A distant relative," said Jones. "Very distant?" "I bhould think so. He's tho oldest of twelve children, and I'm tho young-cstl- " Youth's Companion. A Vocal rire Ksrap. Hostess (rushing up in excitement) pltnwo sing something im Won't mediately, Mr. "Voglusang? Mr. V. (gratified) I shall be pleaded, u robbery, ami the sagacious detective was holding business conference with an olllclal of tho express company. "Seems to me," observed tho olllclal, reluctantly making out a check for a largo amount, "you are striking us 11 It wns the morning after tho train Obtaining the) Necessary MatorlaL WAIX,ACEE. VARNON, Is a candidate for to the o Co of Conn ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic party. 111 m Strayed Irom my farm near Gilberts Creek on tho night of tho sist, a pet yearling, black horse mute. Liberal reward will be given (or his return Stray Mul. O II Th.o Florence Hotel, JEI.LICO, TKNNKSSKK, tome. 61 JAMES W. G1VENS sub- jt Gilberts Creek, Ky. The beat hotel In tha elly and tho only one with a sample room for drummers liipccia attention to the traveling public Kates Ji. jj-u- i'KKKlNS, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. Orchard, Lawn, GBrden. Lone Wny Off. "Let me see," said Brown to Jones; Full stocks ol fruit nnd ornamental trees, crape Tasg-Fayor- s. asparagus, small fruits, shrubs, and everyIsacnndldate (or Jailer, subject to the action ol vines, usually found in a uurtery citabllthiuont. thing the Democratic party. Me would appreciate your We sell direct to the planter and have no agents. .J?ihJ'.,,?T?".'.re due nl win i vote. c.llect.a'rnthoSherlfPson.'ceat the court hou.e Catalogue on application. . and by special appointments n prescribed by the II r. 1IILI.KKMKYKK, Lexington, Ky. l,.i'eml!UeU;r .Deputy bheriH (). H. K-- w TO All ii ..... JOHN M. JOHNSON 1 11 Is a Candidate for Assestorof Lincoln county subject totheactloLOl the Democratic patty. nt-te- nd JOHNB. DeNARDI, Carriago Paintor and Trimmer, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and restyle. I'lam and ornamental paired In tint-clas- s bicnt. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workman-am- p - . J. A. GIVENS or Lincoln county, sub-ject Is a Candidate for Sheriff to the action of the Democratic party. bt ".' mr m" ' J r jticriii Dmriii rimt 'i i. Wpins; has rendered Itlmposslbl. ,ohc,1T' canvaai for this .i- -. . at we have . win ne W ,0. nuc law. Kvery taxpayer Tv" TJ1 Crab Orchard every Saturday I In." whntei.. remainaun- - ,' DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the democratic party. and price. Shop on main street. overjWm. Daugherty'a blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. Ian laJSouth-bound.--N- I assure Hostess Do! dol A fire's broken out in tho cellar, and I want to uvoid a pauic Chicago llecord. Deserved Some Credit, TO COAL BURNERS 01 Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: Ten-ness- anu settle at once. , no1 "P"1 'h he'P ro he n93!.. which Lcan. heretofore cauted mitobi ten ent wi.h the Ua payers. J'leate eroai KpMx-ctlul.- "" !.wh'ch. T.6.?:'necessary that J I collect every do Mar nl Ut. tu.ke.U.b. yourself? money. Teacher This little nursery poem is remarkable Did you make it ull up Hright Doy N'o'ra; it was in a book, Good News. A COAL DAT1L but I bought tlto book with my own e Having made arrangements with the F.att JellicoCoal Co., I am now prepared to sell subject to the action ol you Jelllco Coal at the lowest possible marIs a Candidate for J alter, the Democracy, gin. I find that by paying cash and telling for cash I can attl much cheaper, so come and see me and see how little mouey will buy your Winter supply ot this Coal, the best on the market. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a a Candidate for Assessor, subject lo the action continuance of same, I am respectfully yours, Is S D ADAMS. Rowland. 40.3m of the democracy. G. V. DEBORD M. F. EEKIN, N.MES-lttKK.- L.c. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the poaiiffice room and see the LargOBt and Boat Soloctod JNO. BRIGHT Is a Candidate for Attestor, subjecllto the action of the IiemocraUc party. D. S. CARPENTER, J. II. Green, In Stock At tha well. known old stand ol Of Millinery In town, bound to pleas you. 10 The gowls and prices arc MRS. P.T.COUKTS. -- Msoofely m Would be clad to tee his numerous friends and show them his stock of goods conthting ol furni to the office of ture, Saddlery, Hardware, liuggtei ana r arming la a candidate for 47 of Lincoln County, aubjct lo acUon of the Implements, Give him a call. democratic party. r, E. B. KENNEDY, Hustonvlllo, - Kentucky, J. T. FARHA, NIC1IOLASV1LLE, Jessamine County, Ky Mmurrwr Jrure A cream of tarter baking der. pow- Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. slightest protection against disease ROYAL!BAKINGPOWDER CO., germs. 106 Wall St., New Yorlc. possible fltraroe of contamimitron. In time of an epidemic milk should always bo subjected to boiling or bteaming before it is teed. Thouso-oany of tho filters which aro fastened to fauoote on the pipes of tho city water supply, it is perhaps needless to say, does not afford tho f they should bo guarded from every W.E. DAWSON, the dimocraey. la a candidate for jailer, tubjcctjto the action ol ......STANFORD. WW, At John FEED hM m SEAL ESTATE STABLE, Hoom 5, I IKSIMCE AOEKT, 1'jrmcrt KichanQ lUnk, ' When 1tU A. S. PRICK, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberts DECORATIONS. Stanford. llow to Make Vr ot a Straw Hat That Hm Swn Its Knst Days. A broad straw hat which has 6ecn service during the summer may be put I will open on January 16th, 1893, a to a good use by clmnging it into a Dairy, from which I can tupply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of btanlord and Kow basket for decorating a room at a reland at the lollowing prices, delivered : ception or other entertainment tho lining and two or three Fresh Milk, per gallon jo cents Skimmed Milk, per gallon 10 cenu rows of braid if it Is too broad for tho 8 cenu purpose. Uend it in any fanciful shape Butter Milk, per gallon...... I will make two trips dally. The patronage ol the desired and place on it a satin bow public is solicited A. I'UI lUil. which is ns near the shade- of the straw yr, Stanford, Ky as possible. Cut a piece of thick pasteboard the size of the top of the hat crown and place it in tho crown. Fit another piece about tho sides. Fill the IT. B. RILEY.CProprlotor, First-Cla- ts Ito-mo- vo - Owsley Building. Drug Store inthe Wnter which contains mineral impurity, or, indeed, an appreciable quantity of organic matter, should not be used under any circumstances. Youth's Companion. n vrlte boys needs a bath It's water make 'cm a dey oughtor be, Iiut I'ma Mttle bwack boy, so do coal Is jca do sort o thing 'at does for ma" Harper's Young I'eopJo. Stock, Grain, Tnbac-c- o Farms in tho Bluo-Gras- s lubject to,ther.aetion ol WhowillstsllUmeebe glad to accommodate all the old Jeffersonlan democracy. with good rigs at reasonable rates. My'liuttwill Alwavs for tale. AU Timber Lands In the mouo- jS meet all K. C. train t. tains for tale. Correspondence solicited. laacmdidaieforjallcr, JOHN BAILEY, Mjoele's n'w brick on Depot stiett. by J. W. RAMSEY, Pro'r., SPLENDID l'AHM Market and JOHN B. MERSIIONai. W. W. HAYS, S'-l- "i the Democracy IsaCandldate for Jailer, tubjecl to the action of For Sale Cheap Privately. I will J. H. 13AU6HMAN, FIRE AND STORM FLOWER I Table. Manners. Mr. Kastslde I lvear that you had the bad lui'lc to upset your plate of soup over a lady's Mlk dress at the din Mr. Westslde Yes, It was pretty hard luck for me. Yon know it is con trary to etiquette to ask for a second plate of soup. Texas Sif tings. tell privately Is a candidate tor ailer, tubjtct to the action the drmociacv. ct My,Splcndid Farm of 150 Acres, Situated lii miles South ol Stanford. Thit farm ttina high ttate of cultivation and hat plenty of the bat ol watr, AH in grata hut 40 acres. Has the very belt of improvetuontt W. W HAYS. Manlord, Ky .47-t- I INSURANCE AGENT .Rprraenllcg... ner yesterday. PETER HAMPTON, the democracy. Is a candidate for jailer, tutject to the action 91-- 1 THE RILEY - - HOUSE childrens. Maud county, Little Nell (to her doll) Now, here Is a candidate forolSheriff of Lincoln ntnary. sub- At our Fruit Karros and Nurtciirs ore roil Nctt ject to the action tne democratic V hate as fine a is homo chocolates for you. I'll put of KiDgsvllle, Lincoln county stock of Fruit Tteet as any man ever bandll. ?em in your lap. Hut you mustn't eat orchard and garden readv lor trantptanting (nto T. D. NEWEAND, many, 'cause they'll make you sick. It thit Fall Orchards of Apples and Peaches will be assorted losult customers al Jio pet hundred took all the money mamma gave mo r. .nHI,li far Sheriff of Lincoln county, tubThe treet ate nice, the varieties the belt. and the to buy those chocolates, and thiugs that ject to the action of the democratic pnmnry. needed to make home attractive children happy lll be found here. For circular cost such a awful lot is never good for J. A. 4UK1.E & CO.. address 1 5anltary Science. SAMM. OWENS, Fruit Trees For Sale Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. All of which are firstlats Companies. I wouU bs pleated to wait on my friends In thit line. Fol. Iclet promptly itiued. Will insure agaiatt torna-doe- t, wind, tor mi and lightning Lightning without additional charge OlLce at Fint NaUonsl IUak, Stanford. claus-etstuch- ol - Good Isews. London, 77 Kentucky. FRANK RILEY. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. GOME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery : Business the stock at iiiiJlllfcs? A KLOWKft IIA8KKT. Of J. W. Ramsev, lam increasing t si aa.posiiDie anu win soon nave 11 Complete in Every Par- ticular. "Call at my storo on Lancaster street and I will make it to your interest to trade with me 3 W. C. HUTCHINCS. A, G. John II. Cattleman. Lanhaa ROYAL RsuranGe Company OF JLIVERPOOE. BARBEE &OASTLEMAU MANAGERS," Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TSIDBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. NOTICE. IWill Sell at Cost for the Next 30 Days Tne entire stock of goods of D. G. Slaughter, decerned at his storehoute in the town of Crab Orchard, Ky. Thit it a large and well assorted stock ol goodt, all new, consisting of Drv Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Furniture, Groceries, &c. Come at once and secure bargains. EVERYTHING GOES At first co it. 6; Remember that the first to come is the first served. It. 11. BRONAUGH, Admr. VITAL TO MANHOOD. """J. X &h.?,mtur e. wS&JF- - C W?T fl NERVE AND BltAIN TREAT F?T' A Pfcl?c l0 Hysteria, Dlailneee, Fits, lieu ralgla, Headache, Jierroua I'rostraUon caused bi jUcoho or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression ol Brain, cawing Insanity, mlaory, decay OW Urrennea. Loei 61 eez, Impotency, LeucorrhcNi remalo Weaknewee, Involantary Losaca, and al caused by ol brain, Self nboae. A monUi'a treatment, IL 0jf or fS, by naU. With each order for 6 boxes, wlU will send written guarantee to refund If auarantfcet Issued by aitent. WESTW LIVEH PILLS cures Sick Headache, Ulllousnusa, Liver Complaint Uour Stomach, Dyspepsia and Oonat'imtloa. OUAUAMEE8 Issued only bj Sperma-torrhcea over-exertinof-cuie- SJ KiaslH0 Stanford. A. It. PENNY, Magazine. Eicuaable Melancholia. Ilia Little Kuplionlara. Mrs. St- - John George, dear, why ia "Jack's wife always has tho sulks." ocean Diue? tne "How can he put up with them?" Mr. St. John Retau&e it haa to o "OhI lve only refers to them na 'houseso many objectionable people. hold pets!'" Boston Globe. Brooklyn Life. em-brac- brother smoking cigarettes. Sounder What's the matter now? crown with wet moss and place the Rounder Why, I have to hide them stems of the flowers in it- - For tho from my little sister now. Vogue. autumn months there are no flowers Not o iuy. more decorative than chrysanthe Laborer It's an actor ye are? Sure mums. Ono of these baskets mndo As Administrator of the cttate ot L D. Garner, from a coarse white straw hat, with you have aisy times. we will on Actor Knsy, is it? Just you take a dei'd, satin bow and filled leading part in u Russian piny nnd try with yellow and white chrysantheOctober 28U1, mums will be very effective on a small to look half frozen in a Siberian snow Saturday, table or corner of a piano. Place a storm on a .stilling hot July night and Commencing at 10 o'clock, sell to thn Jmrrwjt bidchina or glass tray underneath the see. N. Y. Weekly. rwiidence or said decedent the fol der at the hat. Orange .ludd Fanner. Iowiok property, IVidhIo rrleiiittlilp. One splenuiu young .lainuu, mu'' ......... j Lucy I hi'ur Mr. .Jones calls at your work Mules, 4 Rrood Mares In leal, a weanling RECIPES FOR SHERBET. by janie, Colts by Denmark Chiot, yearlirt; house every evening. work Mule, i yearling Mule, r weanling Mule, Without Thin Hellsh No Dinner Can He with Jack loll, Junuets. Fannj Yes, and I have tried every i agcl Jack, i JenneUyearling Jack, i 4Cpw and i t Called Complete. way in the world to make him stay Calf, i lotol nock Hufcs, Farming Utcntili, Ac. Lemon Siluuikt Tho juice of live away, but in vain. Tvitniof bale .All turns of Jin ami under ca.b Jcssc Thompson's Barber Shop, In hand, over that amouut. credit of g inontht; lemons, one pint of sugar, one quart of Lucy Did j'ou ever sing to him? and pay. nob with approved security, negotiable Stanford, Thett are thrte ol the best llarbers in the Slate water, ono tablespoonful of gelatine. Texas Sittings. Trutt Co ol alio at Farmers Hank Thrre are alto excellent Hath Roonit run In conSoak tho gelatine in a little of tho will be required ol purchasers. Agent lor I.tiirnrton Steam Laundry having claims agaimt rtee.late of nection On it Yachtliiir Cruip. All water. Boll one cupful of the water L. D. Garner will pretent them properly venhed Willie (youthful son of the owner) indebted to and dissolve tho gelatine in it. Mix as remnrcd by law, and all person W 11 MILLER J II. SOWDER. together thu sugar, water, gelatine Is .your berth a narrow one, Mr. Tiggs? the estate wi.l Pso forward and vug Tiggs Not particularly, Willie. and lemon juice. Turn into tho can W S. UARNKK. MILLER & SOWDER, Admn, and freeze. This is light and creamy. Whv? J. P. Chandler Auctioneer Willie Because papa said he was Or to ono pint and a half of sugar add three pint of water, the juice of ten going to give you a wide one after -:- lemons. Boil the suirar and wn.t.r to this. Truth. TO gether twenty-fivminute. Add the I'rnvluVnt. Having secured the services ol Mils Mattic Allemon juice, strain and freeae. This Do'alors and Brokors, Mrs. Lakeside Why does Cora al- len from t'lncmnntl as Trimmer for this season, I makes a smooth rich sherbet. cordially invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully ways marry lawyers? at prices to auit the STANFORD, selected stock ol Millinerf - - KENTUCKY Pineapple SiiF.rtiiET A Mrs. Dasche She says It's a matter The Mlsies Webster, of Indianapolis, have can of pineapple, or, if fresh fruit of economy with her. Her husband is timet. uf the Dress Making Depaitment and aro charge OI!ic Interior Journal Iluilding. the is used, one large pineapple; a small always her attorney in her divorce now ready to terveMISS ladles. L1CCIE I1EAZLEY, pint of bugar, a pint of water, one Stanford, Ky. suits. Truth. of gelatine. Soak the gelPROPERTY FOR SAL.E. The Kaiuc Old Il.islt. atine ono or two hours in cold water to "What was tho row between Cholliu cover. Cut the hearts and eyes from Fine lllue Grass Farm ol m'A acres on pike and finely improve". the fruit, chop und add to tho Parsons and the hotel barber ubout?" "The same old trouble. The barber sugar and the juice from the can. Havo a. Farm of 100 acies, finely Improved. O He red at low pnci. half of tho water hot and dissolve tho couldn't hold his tongue, und Cliollio gelatine in it Stir this and the cold offered to hold it for him." Harper's 3. 100 acreit suburban property, uood land, can Bazar. THE JEWELER. water into tho pineapple. Freeze. be divided into to .n lots; good houte. IlASPBEiutY Snr.nnET One pint nnd a The Correct Way. -- :Fine K"ST. on4.pike, Blue Grass Farm, excellently improved, half of raspberry juice, one plivt of ioj acres. The Ignoramus Which is right: "I sugar, one pint and a half of water, ride home in a coup," or "I ride home J. Farm of 14a acret, near R. R. station Good the juice of two lemons. Boifthe wa- in a coupaj-?blue grata land; small tenant home. ter and sugar together for twenty minThe ImpecuDc Neither: I ride home mokerately improved 6. A farm of 310 acn-s- ; utes. Add tho lemon and ra6nberrv in a street car. Chicago Heoord. and well located near pike. Offered at a great bargain. juice. Strain and freeze. N. Y. LedEx Necessitate. ger. on pike la 7. Rlue Grata i'arm of 13a acres, Tottio I'm twins. lalrly Improved. To Whiten the Arsna. Van Brush (softly) You mean, ray 8 to ia. Town lots in Stanford In areas Jto suit To whiten the arms wash them vrrw dear, that you are one of twins. purebssers. night in water aa hot as can bo borne, Tottie No, I don't I'm both. The acres of knob land witn homo, with soap, and rub them vigorously other one's dead. Brooklyn Life. sj. Thirty-tw- o on pike, 3 miles from' Stanford. wiin a nan Drusu. Dry on a rough Fsuin a Novel. towel and rub in any preferred preparaacta fino farm witli excellent 17. mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike, "The notary, meanwhile, as is his tion of glycerine with roso water or miles from Stanford. 4 custom, walked up and down the garcucumber jelly until it is quite 18. Vplendid villige farm, orchard, store, &c, In a month the arms sltould bo den, with his hands on his back, eagerat a great bargain.. ly perusing a newspaper." Demorest'a smooth and white. m- Js-6- timid. night. Marie I don't think he Is timid. He kissed me the other night. Maud (spitefully) That does not show he isn't timid. JJe probably was afraid to refuse. Vogue. Iln Ought to llr .Morn tirnr ron. Rounder These fin de siecle times are too much for me. I used to think it bad enough when I caught my little county and Dickey seems to be verv It a Candidate fcr Jailer of Lincoln themselves atkshit friendt not to commit at home anu to any work He was afraid to kiss me last one e!te, as he is forced to stay His caudidacy is subject to the action ol the Dem-ocrat- A Covert Insinuation. T. J. HATCHER 64 Kingsville, Ky THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFOHD, KY., A MOD BUCKBOARD STOLEN.; party. $25 REWARD. On the night ol 11gutt l, lijj, a Horse, and Harness wrir tlo en Irom my stable In Stanford, Ky The Horse 11 a Chetnut Sorrel, about tea year old, white In face, about itShandt high, while feel, bad wind pull on right hind leg, rather thin In order The ltuclboard hat udo-ba- r springs, red ruunlng gear llh black body. The Hutch collar haruett nearly new. I will give fas reward lor recovery el the prop-tlty- . lluek-board JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Thit Hold, renovated aed relurnlthed, li now I intend 10 conduit it so to not only maintain Its high reputation, but loatadd to III long hit ol friendt. Special aceororaoda-tiontrcommcrcitl travelers and Hoe roemt for thadltploy of tsraplus. In my charge and er -- THE OLD- - JACKSOH SOUSE, SAM II WARNACK.I'ior. London, - - KENTUCKY. JAIFIrst-Clas- o 17-1- Saloon Jollico Coal Co., Refitted and rcfuruiti-- l and in every w; ivpre ales ia ait.ni! thit wantsof the public. vcrv rciionablo M. F 31 Stanford, Ky. ELKIN, Aed 1IILL1ARD and POOL ROOMS attached 1 JOSKI'H COFFKV. Falls Branch PUBLIC SALE. Mtneriand thippertof the GKNUINK Original Jelllco Coal. Try it. We are the ! agents lor Kiaaford !and KewlaiHl. Oftie ceraw ol 1)iai n, .nr) ...i rosdcrotung 0 HICGINS A WATTS. straw-eolore- d ! Commercial McKINNEV, KY 1 Hotel, Mc- - it; I have bought above inntiaed! Hotel at Kinney and have attached a. Firat-Cla- as s.yesr-oldjuc- Bar and Pool Eoom. Have repaired and '.telurulihed the Hotel aud am better ihan ever A-- Prepared to Accommodate the Public. I iHpecial attentlonjlo Commercial Men. JOE CARSON, M,:WJ!IIEKN'1, """",0" e THE liADIBS. REAL ESTATE Til Foooa Valloy. The finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall urc in cropt under ""gallon If properly attended to. All frultt grown in California can be grown In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. Land from $ i. Jjo per acre on 10 yean' tune, at 6 per cent. Call on or addreis, H. C.; MORGAN, D. D S Slanlord, Ky. plnt-and-a-ha- lf STANFORD, BAIIi Ww Millinery. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, turned Iron, the cities with an elegant haa luit re line of embracing y, 1 ALL OP THE NOVELTIES Of the icaion, of which thn will have lull control. She alto engaged a Firt-Olas- s Dress-Maker. " Stock Most Complete h.lL"!fiV'Im,nernir,oclc I hanking you f0, of Millinery before your order for your favors we solicit same! MAKV DAVIS DUDDERAR. pt JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, LITEST, Ninety-thre- e BED JUD SALE STANFORD, 6.Y. STABLE 1 'I d. BffirEVreUwerupediwlthh Pe" "0U" Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince vou that this is the place to trade. at Farm of tfx acres, irood land, on pike. A good bargain at $1,500. Easy terms, quick sale desired. farm, capable of division Havjbien 34 Large purchaied and nothln? "bur Into smaller farms. Delrable In every partiou urnauts leave ihe stabk). lar. Offered low and ou very easy terms. ;new blue-gras- s 25, For exchange for Kentucky property-ifacres good land In Kansas, Well located. o rigs and:horses, ""'' Give thciu a Call. tstrXxCwXt!;1 ,n '''"''siMvi,fjl, A,Mya'..gslieaswlwi . A . : jastf.g--. ' l''r i - - y .. ny., jn i,iMiihiMesiM"i f. .i.fsmt&'m,, v ) rMmV.,it,imitiiii,;ttft4