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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893110301 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. -r ' I JV Y Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXL WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Lou-,-d- Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1893. LANCASTER, GARRARD OOUNTY. MIOOtEBURG. I NO. 71 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS IN V The uniou meeting will be held nt The dry weather continues. nuue down Ir6in 15. J. Wooleey, I'd whoso marriage to tho Baptist church Sunday evening. Sunday at his father's Jeflersoii Short has moved hiB enw Mrs. Kate Trimble DeRoode, Covington and spent It. H. Batson has purchased Col. D. mill to Yosemiti. Several Masona (rum lioro attended cut such a figuro in swell Bociety, has . J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Misses Br'le and Lena CoultPr aro been sued in New York for $S5,uO0 alMr. K. Y. MciCechan'a funeral at Corhin II. Collier's residence on Iexiugton street. nt Brodhend visiting Mrs J. M. Al- leged brokerage debts. Sunday. 5U1 1893. Iocal fishermen nay that tho fish nre bright. Mrs. Sally Murphy, of Kings-villTho town bourd of trustees hna "Mrs. II. J. Poteot requests your na Full corps of ConKTvutory and Normal School tetchen. Superior courses in Literature, Muilc is on n visit to her daughter, Mrs. presence at tho marriage Of her grandplaced tho town levy At Hue oa tho $ 100 biting in Dix rivor as fast as one can An. Kicelient hoarding deptrtment. Catalogues and circulars furnlthed on application. throw in, T. 8. Benson. for next year. daughter, Maud Muller Miles, to Charles A. G.Scott is eroding a large paint It is reported that nre many moonB Wheeler Bell, Thursday afternoon, Nov. Mr. Sum Jennings lind his nrin bad- -He will wnx nnd wano a young official of this 10, at 4 o'clockj Christian church, ly Injured last Friday whllo loading logs factory ou Richmond atreet. build a residence on Depot street. county will wed one of our sweetest nt Pleasant Viow. Ky." Thus read invitations Bntson t West will put a stock of nnd in advance of the happy .received by friends here. Miss Maud is Rev. J. M. Prestidge, of tho Baptist cbureh, flllcd tho pulpit nt tho GonR ro- groceries and hardware in the store- event we extend heartv congratulations well known in Stanford. Mr. Bell iB n room adjoining their now building. DANVILLE, KY. and wish them a happy journey through teacher in the Harrodsburg High School tational church Sunday night. I). M. Lackey has returned from n life. Kldcr H. II. ItobertHon's meeting nt and is highly thought of. The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. G W. Jeter and J. W. McWhorter, visit to relatives in Indiana. Young Mr. tho Christian church continues with The Stanford Bar has received the of study, both English and Classical. While tho course ol instruction is espeWith a full Interest. Thue have been Stunrt, of Crnb Orchard, has accepted n Jr., returned from the World's Fair Fri- following yote of thanks: Kind Friends:-- It cially adaptedcourse to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at the same time to day. It is right amusing to hear Mr. Jea liberal English education to any who desire it. In connection with the Academy, position in Batson A West's store. three additions. ia with fear nd trembling that I try Hon. John Augustus Williams is ter tell how clever he was treated and in my feoble way to express tho deep A plcnicing party spent lust WedA nesday on Morgan mountain, where horo this week dollrering loctures to tho how a gentleman presented him with gratitude I feel at having been made the Regular stuay been established in the Home and under the personal cont.ol ef the Principal plenty of chestnuts can bo had and tho loel Masonic Lodge. Saturday uight he a nico pair of bracelets and furnished recipient of tho handsome tea nervice Has under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and tho restraints and government ol hours a Christian home are combined with the best educational advantages. will deliver a froo lecture at tho Court- him lodging freo gratis. country for tnilea around cn bo Been. which ennio to mo on my wedding dny. For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address J. W. McWhortf r, Sr , has bought My friends were very kind in their lovTho Kentucky Lumber Co.'s mill house, his subject being "Secrets of Ma JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. of J. K. Coffey the water mill here for Bawed out Tuesday. They will bo able sonry." ing remembrances on that memorable J2,500. Tills mill has been in tho Cof- - occasion Tho walls on tho Miller brick hotel loglvo most of their meu employment and I feel that I do not merit shipping lumbur, repair Inn the mill, ifcc. which were damaged by the fire are be fey family for moro than 10 years and it such kindnefs. No present, however, ing covered with a heavy coat of cement. la a great wonder that Mr. Cotley was was more highly appreciated than tne until they can got moro logs. W. Chambers and his moth The other repairs to tho building aro willing to part with it. Mr. M. will at- ono which came from tho hands of my Mr. G. er wero going to 1'mo Knot, last week, nearly completed and it will be run as a tach an engine to it, nnd grind the year highly esteemed friends whom I now round instead of a few months iu winter address. I feel it to he nn honor of A. Pacoe. and m they wero ascending a steep hill hotel by Mr.-nnd spring. About a half dor.cn couples of young nbout fhe.mlloa below town the! horHo which I will always bo proud and could In writing the article about J. C. you but read the feeling of gratitude not folks went persimmon hunting Wednesbegan to back nnd if tlio buggy Mine issues sinco we had no thought deep down in my heart, I know you lodged against a tree nil would have day. Each took n basket of edibles and And prices to suit the times. We now have an a cliff about CO feet high. No a lino dinner was spread. John Farm of offending the whole republican party would bo sntisfled of the high appreciagone over tterious damage was dono but Mr. 0. and was rtlong and not many basket full of and indeed it was not our intention to tion I feel for having been bo kindly reoffend any one. As many of the repub- membered. With bent wishes from mycrumbs wero picked up after the feaBt. Ids mother received qulto h scare. Canor Roberts, who was sentenced licans had been saying hard things nbout self nnd husband. Mr. P. 1). Whlttutt has returned Very Sincerely, will bu to two years in the penitentiary nt tho Mr. L., wo thought it would not he out Louise Bailey Gregory. from Pennsylvania and thinks hu able to begin to open his new mines last term of court, has decided not to of place to say that he was a very comThe marriage of Mr. Will Severance, nbout tho 1st of December. Mibs Sarah take his case to the Court of Appeals mon common school teacher, though of this place, nnd Miss MnryO. Pickett, Ho perhaps that was stronger language than of Shelby, was celebrated at the resiIlurman and Mr. Wm. Uowmiin are and has beeu taken to Frankfort. killed the deputy jailer of Madison two was becoming In us to use in speaking of dence of tho bride's father, Col. James both quitu ill with typhoid fever. Mewrs. n brother teacher, and we heroby withIlubblo and hubauke, of Garrard coun- years ago. A. Pickett, at high noon Wedneeday in Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, A protracted meeting is In progress draw whatever may have seemed offenof marrs ty, are hero trading a the presence of aome 40 or more relaHosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. for mules. Mr. J. 0. Criscillis went to at the Baptist church conducted by Rev. sive. And we can Bay that Mr. Lay has tives and close friends. The ceremony Madison county Tuesday with a drovo J. A. Booth, of Taylorsville, nnd the reg- a fair reputation as a teacher, but do not was performed In the large double par Services think that he is egotistical enough to lors, which had been beautifully decoraof cattle. Mm. Dr.'IAdkhm is visiting ular pastor, T. II. Campbell. are held at 10 a. m. and 7 r. m. The think himself above the ordinary of the ted and festooned, and was Baid by Eld. her old home ut Cnmpbollsvllle.fij Miee Plora Moore is visiting atUirodhead this meeting will continue during next week profession of teaching, or to think that Rubelt in a most impressive manner. and all are invited to attend. ho can be elected to tho State Senate. Miss Anne Shanks was maid of honor and week. Tho oldest inhabitant does uot reMr. Joe Severance, Jr., best man. The ROWLAND. member when so llttlo interest was man BRODHEAO. other attendants were Misses Anne Pickifested in an election as in the coming Hade Shanks is an expert bicyclist. ett, Mamie Carithers and Virginia Misses Hello uml l,cna Coulter, of one. No one seems to know or care On Thursday evening he rode his wheel and W. II. Shanks, Carroll Shanks Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. AlMiddleburg, are visiting Mrs. J. II. much how It goes. Now if things will to Stanford to get an Intekiou Journal and Rector Pickett. After the knot had Den't fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. bright. just remain this way until after next and after stopping at the ollice for sev- been tied and congratulations showered who left thiscoiin-t- r Tuesday wo will all Wm. Cummlngn, stand and sing the eral minutes and conversing with upon tho young coup'e, the gue6ts were a vtxr auo to nmko a fortunu in tho long metre doxology. friends on tho streets, returned here in invited to an elegant lunch, which was far Wist, has retnrned to his old home Circuit Clerk Will Mason has. re- IS minutes. handsomely Bpread and greatly enjoyed and says that this country will do him. ceived a patent right machine to be Of couian the cranky Prendergast At 5 p. m. Mr. nnd Mrs. Severance left for Mrs. Sarah Leak, nn old lady report- used in selecting juries. It consists of a should be hung for murdering Mayor Louisville and yesterday came to Staned to have been 105 years old, died on large wheel with a door in which the Harrison for failing to give him a posi- ford and will for the present live at Mr. the night of the 27th ulu, at the home of names are placed. The wheel is then tion which he had promised him, but Joe Severance's. The bride is one of the Her death wai caused tu mod aud the Win. Koborta. names drawn in Louisi- something should be done with these loveliest of wtmen. She is handsome, from general debility. ana lottery style. Mr. Mason has the high officials who make promises which refined, cultivated aud amiable nnd MIbs Dollio Turpin, one of llrcd machine on exhibition at his oftice and they never fulfill. Killing j8 too tbad, in winning her Mr. Severance has cause Oysters always on hand, either in bulk or cans, or served to order head's belle), has gone to Keren to re- cheerfully answers all questions. but their iusidous schemes should be for genuine congratulation. He is him- in any style, with celery, etc. main for a few weeks nnd she leaves one told to tho public and let it pass on them self a most worthy young man. Trained of our tall men with u heart trouble. DANVILLE. at the polls. in the nurture nnd admonition of the Mr. Wm. Albright, of BarbourvlUe, is Mrs. G. W. Goodrich nnd her little Lord by a Chiistian mother nnd father, he .AilvocMc.) visiting Mr. II. L. Tharp. The wife of Oipt. W. J. Gray, of tho son, Willie, have gone to Virginia to hasn't on arriving at man's estato deKider W. K. Kill, of Stanford, is West Knd, died last week, nged 40. visit relatives. Miss Susan Vauhook, of parted from it, but has proved fully the And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. holding a seriui of meetings this week at Linney Jc Perry, ronfectlouors, have Brodhoad, visited Mrs. J. II. Hilton, promise of Scripture. May heaven's church and in his sermon tho Christian assigned; nm'ts and liabilities small. this week. Miss Kate Roach, of Corbin, richest blowings ever attend them and Candies, Nuts, &c, in great variety and abundance. Come in and on last Tuesday wight ho got very close The Georgetown College eleven will is visiting Mrs. Nannie Chnppell. Mrs. prove have a basket fixed up' foi; your wife or girl. to Homo of tho members of (his church be bete Saturday to play a championship J. E. Woodyard, of Brodhead, is the That marringe, rightly understood mid we do hojw they will heed tho Gives to the tender and the good gntno with the Centres. gueBt of her daughter. Mrs. J. II. Hilton. warning voice. A puradwo below. Farris it Whitley bold to J. S. Arm Mips Annie Ashlock is visiting in LanI ho baseball game played horo bestrong .15 000 pound cattle nt : and to caster. Mim Mag Steverib will move to HUST0NV1LLE. tween the Mt. Yttrium mno and the Curry it Hanihej, of Gnrrnru", 50 that Somerset boon if reports are true. John Brodhend boys resulted, Mt. Vernon 51, Tho huntsman, his dog and gun may would avorago l.l'JG pounds, at 3J. They OrndolI'N ill of typhoid fever; J. W liruilhoad 35. It was u quiet, nice wnio bought of Burke Bros. 00 do., 1, ICO Carrier, J. U. hiuwers and J. R. Orndofl bo seen nnd heard any time, litinils tire Tho us fur as disputed were concerned, niVsiTr""'"nr it plentiful if the. gun explosion is evipounds, at I cents. wont lox hunting. Orndoff became Mt. ernon niuo won tho rebpuct anil Mr. J. M. Salleo, the over his dog, "Spot," and was left dence. I'rauo of our people and their return young farmer, and MitB Zua Baughmnn, in the wilderness. Mrs. Nannie Ovens, who camo over Ho is still roaming will be woloouicd. from Cumberland Fulls to attend tlu budaughter of Mrs. S. O. Btughmau, were at large. Mr. A. G. Harris, of Iobnnon Miss Viola's Circus, Theatrical nnd Both Junction, is visiting Mr. Sam Dudderar rial of Mrs. Mary Owens, has returned Dealers In- nt man led WwIneaJay afternoon. Minstrel bliow has been holding forth aro unusually fortunate iu having and looking after personal interests. W. that place. four or five days,. this place for about Contracts have been nwnrded the such desirable helpmates. S. Kuox, of Uanville, is tho guest of his Notwithstanding those who have attendA. K. Hundley sold to J. C. John-bosister, Mrs. Stephens. Miss Sallie Dud- early building of a vault in lluptonvillo ed pronounce it n good chow, we learn 'Jo hogs, weight '21 pounds, nt 5J. derar is r at I. Hamilton A cemetery; an investment well made and that they have not boon nblo to pay ex- John and Homer truly indispensable. Baughraan sold to Son'a store. penses since they have beeu in this Mr. Walter Greening is erecting an Dick Gontry a pair of good As the electiou comes oil' Tuesday town. This spenka well for our people. horse mnlea for $220, Leandor Davison wo indulge in tho fond hope that the imposing cottage on the Danville pike. I.nst .Saturday night Bill New comb bought of Lrnsmus Dunn SO head of democrats will so organize as to insure a Mr. Davo Nowburn's new dwelling will nnd Robert Payne met in A. G. Talbott's l,150.pound feeders at 3J. good mainritv fn- - m.- - )rthy candidates be an improvement in that part of fwa. grorery and very soon engaged in a fight Dr. P. S. Humphrey bought of Mrs. Tho protractod meeting at tho Chris- aud the sound principles which they SeejOur Large and Splendid Line Of in which it is claimed that Nowcomb got Hattie Bishop the property now occutian church, owlug to encouraging signs represent. If you don't liko the man tho best of Payno. Thoy were separated, may bo continued throughout this week. just think of your own weak points and pied by Mrs. Adelia Woods, familiarly but very Boon got together again nnd There have boon nearly 00 addition1) Dr. H. will to swallow tho pill. Romember that you known ob the Nowcomb took Payno'a pistol from him tho congregations. The meeting at the aro voting for principles and not for taue possession soon. nuil knocked him down and was beating Mr. J. G. Weatherford returned SatFork church is still in progress nnd is men. Don't refuse to take the medicine him over the head and face nt a terrible urday from Chicago and Cincinnati, hav meeting with success. Eleven converts because yon don't liko it, but take It for rate when sorao one stabbed Newcomb ing purchased his Christmas goods dua dirk wero immersed in Dix river Monday af- its healing properties and for the good of in the back. He was cut with ternoon. tho system. No man is worthy the ring his absence. Misses Nannie and knife, about six inches iu the blade, aud name of a domocrat, who sulks in camp Bessie Read, of Danville, are visiting reldie kuife was left sticking in his back The Duty of Lincoln Democrats to Vote for or seeks to injure the party for his own atives here. Mr. E. 0. Hopper, of Lato-ulMiller nnd remained there until ho had run spent several days with friend hero. At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the gigain or on account of some personal disKdiior Interior Journal. and about 150 yards. It was tunknown at Mr. Tortcr Stagg, of your city, Bpent ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the panic-scarreThe writer is not a citizen of Lincoln like. No man is large enough to be al- Sunday with his father, first who cut Newcomb, but George Reymanufacturers and importers are dumping their products as Mr. Dan IStagg, lowed this privilogo. The sickly cry of ' nolds is now accused of tho act and has county, hut a democrat and voter in this the bolter that there is no politics in a who continues quite ill. Miss Florence fast as they can, which means that prices are now being beeu arrested in Louisville on that senatorial district and desires very much given Marcum, of Pieasurevilte, is visiting race is both absur and disgusting. charge, though we think it very doubt- the election of a democratic senator. It is u mete ptwtexi to knife soino one Miss Luia Edrington. Mr. Sam Lusk ia Casey, Boyle nnd Garrard are pretty ful w ho did it. Keynold'sjconduct since in the back. Tho lines should be clear- at home from college with a severely the nflair may implicate him as tho equally divided between tho two parties. ly drawn from constable to president or sprained ankle. left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and guilty m'au. It has been thought that Lincoln county has a large democratic The friends of Mr. Perry Land were Right and would dlo, but at this writing matority and can control the election. some impurity will be found in the grieved to roceive the shocking) an- sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that Newcomb higher offices; just pa the brooka and ho is said to bo improving. Bug juice The balance of the district conceded to rivulets mus't be pure to keep corrup-io- n nouncement of his sudden death. He I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. second-hantho domocrata of Lincoln the right to goods, rotten was the caoso of tho row. has been a sufferer from rheumatism. They are new and fresh; no old stock or from the larger streams of water. namo tho democratic nominee. They with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the manufacThe dreadful disease attacking his heart, Dr. Apjiieman, thft specialist, will bo hayo presented in their candidate a lawRead these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands Saxdy'b Qokrry to Isokrsoll. This caused his untimely death. His remains turers. Tuesday and yer of ability, one who will make tho at the Myers House, next beautiful nong (words and music regular were placed in the family burial ground of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes until noon Wednesday to meet his many district an able representative and one sheet music sire) will bo mailed to any near Moreland. He leaves a widow and Si, worth Si. 50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c patieuts. The doctor'a practice is largo wuo as uioir nomineo is entitled to a ono enclosing Sc in stamps to D. G. Ed- four children to mourn his loss. Tho worth Si. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1. 25. Ladies' Button satisfac- large majority in Lincoln county. Can wards, General Pawenqer Agent, 0. H. community laments the deplorable death Shoes hero aud he la giving universal 90c, worth Si. 50. The largest and best selected stock of the domocrats of Lincoln in justice to & D. R. R Cincinnati, Ohio. tion. I will also have a mammoth line and it is impossible to give adequate ex- Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. i their brother democrats in the balance o pression to our deep feelings and assu- of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full Hoc of Family Groceries. Tho Republic rammed the of tho district, fail to give it to him? A paper mill nt Salinn, Kas., is now rance of our heartfelt sorrow. do Janeiro which was conveyCome early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, Justice. making paper out of wild sunflower troops to Santos, and 500 of the ing 1,100 Mrs. Ferdinand Helm, of St. Louis, Tho day alter the World'B Fair clos- stalks. The paper is pronounced supetroops were drowned. Admiral Mello fell dead while heartily laughing. ed IS.'JTo people paid tho admission fee. rior to that made of straw. confirms tho truth of this report. Wlpenur ! e, Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September Har-rodsbu- rg, six-teene- Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training: Department iim fur-ni- sh 1J HEW : GOODS ay car-loa- d BEST Mid-dleto- n stock: SEVERANCE & SON. 0 YSTERS I Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER. Splendid Dinner for 25e. FARRIS & HARDIN, -- ex-cit- well-know- n po-cu- ii 1 book-keepe- d - Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Oliam'ber Sets, Tinware, Sec. post-ofllc- e. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. THE HARD TIES ARE OVER d ovr-loade- n, d 1 SliAUGHTSSBED d i trans-portRi- JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. a "WtliHiM'iillrtin'.iUilM limnmi?- . U.-- Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Stanford, Ky, November 1. 1 VV. P. WALTON. 6 OK 3 PAGES. Hon. W. H, Miller is the regularly noninnted candidate of the democratic party for State Senator and as each is entitled to the support of every demo3, 1893 crat in the district. In addition to this ho is unusually well equipped for the duties of the ofllce and will mako one of tho best members of the body. Let every democrat co to the polls Tuesday and vote for him. A cross under the rooster will causo your voto to be counted for him and the full democratic ticket Do sure to place it there. Mits Naunetta Daisy, tho erratic I DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fur State Senator, HON. W. II. MILLER. For Representative, HARVEY HELM. For Superintendent of Public Sen ooli, W. F. McCLAttY. H i Annua parliamentary struggle, uncase. precedented and shameful in a country NEWSY NOTES. The World's Columbian Exposition where the majority is supposed to rule, A Charlotte county, Va., mob put closed officially Monday. The paid adthe Senate finally got down to a vote Monday night on tho Sherman silver an end to tho infamous career of Abb missions the last day wero 20S,173 and the grand total for tho aix months is purchase repeal bill and passed it by a Richard Tuesday nicht. Tho freo admissions increase All wool red flannel 20c, 5c and 35c; either is worth 10c more per yd. White flannel Mrs. Etta Samplo poisoned her vote of 43 to 32 and the legislative day, 10c, 20c and 2;c. the attendance to 23,529,400. The gate worm neany uouoie the oney. In Canton Flannels we take the lead, and wc sell boy in Louisville and then tried which began Oct. 17, was declared endyou a good quality at receipts were a little over $10,000,000 and ;,., worm oc, a octtcr grade worth 10c, and the best at 10c, worth 15c. Kcmcmber we sell the ed. The result is a victory for the ad- to kilrhereelf without avail. It is not to tho credit of the South the concessions huvo paid about $ 1,000, ministration, but not for tho democratic Tho cost of the Fair has been party, as without republican support that but eleven of her Senators voted for 000. There will bo at least $1,000,-00- 0 repeal, while 17 voted against it. the bill could not have been passed. An to return to the stockholders. Gov, Brown has appointed Judge J. analysfc shows that 23 republicans and 20ldeniocrata voted for repeal, to 10 Crisp Wickliffe, of Bardstown, as the CHURCH AFFAIRS. All wool yarns at 65c per pound. If yon need any Comforts and Hlankcts they republicans, 19 democrats aud three successor of Adjutant General Gross. are almost given Tho Masons have raised by subEiders J. L. Allen and J. G. Liv populists against. Senator Blackburn 5 wort,idoi,W5 money; blanket 75c, rpcand Si. 15 a pair that youcan not 3,! meet plicate for double the money. voted with tho latter, thereby misrepre- scription $1,000 to erect a monument ingston have just closed a our clothing, shoes and all other goods over the pravo of the late Hiram Bossett, ing at Kingsvule, which resulted In tcr sale but as slang senting his people and making himself they arc too numerous to mention wc can not note you all prices. are put in this is All we ask winniuglG souls into the fold. hat sure of being politically shelved in the ol MUIersburg. you call and examine our stock and wc guarantee it will be money in your A Cincinnati thief robbed a penny-i- n pocket. Rev. Geo. O. Barnes will no t open near future. The bill will now go to t weighing machine of IIS in his meeting in Lexington until Sunday the House, as it is somewhat different coppers. He must have had a wagon to week on account of having received a from the Wilson bill, where Bland and : : call to Alexandria. Paris Kentuckian. other silver lunatics will attempt to de- haul away his haul. At Fort Sheridan, III., Lieut Massy. Rev. W. A. Slaymaker is holding a lay action, but the end is at last in sight. A. 17RBANSKY CO., Ky. The financial sky is already clearing and U. S. A., Bhot and killed Capt. Hedburg, protracted meeting in Harrison county. U. S. A. The two officers had quarreled It is rumored that Mr. Slaymaker will when the president puts! his autograph give up the hurch here, but we hope it to the passed bill, public confidence will over Mrs. Hedburg. John Jones sold to Prewitt A Wood ' A woman was beheaded in Berlin is untrue. resume and a new impetus be given a bunch of fat heifers and' steers at .'I Rev. J. H. Ilerson, a Methodist cent. all over the land. for murdering her husband. It was tho to trade and traffic U.S. Halley bought at Versailles 011 ' For which consummation devoutly to first execution of a woman in the Ger- preacher stationed at Owingsville, has man capital einco 1S1G. renounced his faith and united with the court day a bunch of good cotton mutes be wished let G rover Cleveland alonn be ' fhe relief committee at Brunswick. Christian church. The former's losa is at $0:2 Times. praised. Si'os T. Cobb Hold the Parrish farm j Later. The obstructionists could not Ga., has withdrawn its appeal for help, not the latter's gain. furnishing a rather unusual instance in Rev. Wm. Wilkerson, of Minneapocontaining US acres to Calvin Km, of delay the inevitable but a day. The lis, Miun.,says it would be a disgrace to Garrard county at ;(50. It lien four mile Is Keceivintf Hia House again took up the Voorhees bill the history of epidemics. a.now lorkcat, whose teeth had waste law on the assassin of Carter Har from Richmond. Climax Wednesday and after a number of dila: all at DanNaboth won the free-(o- r tory motions, Mr. Wilson moved the been knocked out by a ruffian, had a rison and that he should bo hung at fals6 set made for it by a dentist and the earliest moment. Wednesday in the fast time ol U:10. ville previous question and at 2:37 r. m. the Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. G?v Tho devout Presbyterians were again Alice Wilkes, pacer, wai second. Na- roll was called resulting in the adoption wears them comfortably. c me call. Potter Palmer, of Chicago, has dona- prevented from worshipping Wednesday both will be turned out for tho Wiuter of the bill as it came from the Senate by a vote of 192 to 9 J. All of the Kentucky ted $200,000 for a Woman's Memorial night by tho failure of the electric lights. and will be raced again next year. son of Clifford, tho delegation yoted for repeal but Ellis and Building in that city. He dt sires that it Oughtn't the cotnpan. either to see to this matter or provide tho church with Bramble and tho winner of (he cup raGoodnight, who dodged the question by shall be on the lake front. Tho crime of the lunatic, Pender- - lamps? ces in one year, won the special sweep? not voting. The president signed the Rev. J. M. Bruco ia making a grati stake race arranged for him, Vo Tambi-e- n nn!!T0rCd,,CC,"yIargCSt0ckofWatchcs' gast, seems to have been the signal for bill and the long drawn out struggle and jewelry, fying success of Liberty College, Glas at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. and Limplighter. He went the mile ended, let us hope, for peace and pros- an organized movement on the part of gow. In his report to the State Associa- and a quarter in 2:09 and almost dis- perity, with the year of jubilee closo at the cranks in this country. Ladies' watches former price 550 now $.10 A riot occurred when it was an- tion he shows that there are SO boarders tinced Lamplighter. 00, hind. 101 day pupils enrolled to dute. The Ladies watches former price S35 now 527.00-Ladienounced that tho Ferris wheel must stop and watches former price $25 now 7.50! The Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, revolving so the president announced school is a good otio aud Mr. Bruce is NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. tho right man to conduct it. , which has had fewei'accidents than any that it would run till Nov. 30. Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the Rev. G. W. Duulap is holding a of itd length in the country, has preparA. G. Gurney, a clerk of tho Ameri I ed to reduce the number to the mini- can Express Co. at Xew Orleans, was ar- meeting at Falmouth and in a letter to : : mum. The block system went into ef- rested, charged with the theft of $22,500 the Covington Commonwealth saya "for benefit of any who may care to hear A agent ol Mr. S. M. HlacV. on MONDAY, the fect Wednesday, under w,hich eech train, from an express package containing This sale will be made for CASH. HriB the money door in that my health suffers as the weather NOV. ij, i!j, in front of the I along with you. whether passenger or freight, must lay Stanford, at o'clock, A. M., will tell At Dallas, Texas, Charles Hampton changes. The old time vigor is gone, but until the block ahead is reported clear by the operator at the other end. It fell into a cotton seed crusher and was I intend to fight to the end, and do the 20 Shares First Nat. Bank Stock will require a great many more tele- ground to a pulp with tho exception of best I can to bo ready 'when tho King to the liijhcit ami belt biiMr. Term made KOHT. C. M AbON, known on day ol tale graph offices, but the lives of passen- one leg, which was thrown 50 feet up in cometh in.'" Agent. Rev. R. T. Matthews, who has been the air. gers, the first desideratum with the Three vases valued at 11,500 were pastor of the Main street Christian road, will be protected and there will ho PUBLIC SALE stolen from the art gallery at the World's church at Lexington for nine years, has fewer suits for damages. The 0. & 0. is OK always up, if not a little in advance, of Fair. The vases were in tho Japanese tendered his resignation because of trousection in the east court of the center ble among the female members of the the procession. pavilion. choir, which extended into the congreTub Covington Commonwealth is now A meteorological station, tho high- gation. The dissension created two fac I ill tell at public ale on owned and controlled by J. II. Jameson est in the world, has been established by tions, one of which was hostile to the and T. M. Gleasun, who will maintain Harvard University on the top ot a near- pastor and which has made it hot for 14, its high standard. The notice doesn't ly extinct volcano, 19,200 feet above sea him for some time. Tongs, Pokers, &c At th late home of Mitt Kate Swope, decil., the Bay, but we take it for granted that Mr. level in Peru. following pettonalty, MT. VERNON, ROUKUASTLE COUNTY. Walter P. Emerson will be retained oh The price of silver Monday was 70 fit-clFlfty-- l Ewei, 41 nlcf, fat hoj;v a? car- The Ladies' Aid Society are raising nice, lat thoati, 4 good milk cowl, 5 nice editor. At any rate the new manage cents an ounce, at which figure 50,000 go laml old tterrt, ) nice yearling calvtn funds to put a new fence around the ment will stand in its own light, if it can ounces were added to the stock in the ly mare, grntlfl for any one to drive, j year old nice a year old harden vore,conl tHvcr, get him and doesn't do so. As a er treasury. This is a declino of l cents cemetery. hcrse, nice jcitlin colt, 5 tucks ef 'Imiothy Mr. Thomas Austin, deputy collecthay rakr, hjjr a rickt clover hay, mower, Emerson has not a superior in during the present month. twine binder, 1 hone tilde, 3 hay cultivator, the State, always excepting Etnmett LoHarry O'Dye, of Indianapolis, com- or, was hero from Garrard Juriug the cook stove, t hedge forks, scrubbing boe, knife, aoo shocks pool fodder, set busny Br gan. mitted suicide by taking morphine be- week. Tho White City visitors have all ness. returned and are more or, less afilicted The farm of 10a acre, If not sold Lefore, will be On our third page will be found the cause he lost his job. After taking tho RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. rented on day of sale for tb e yrar ot iS.;,. dose ho prayed until he became uncon with colds. .. Three Collen-- : Thrrr Training CM.,l. um Terms ma do known on day of sale ticket for democrats to vote. You have "yn the heart of the Illue r.rani Regioi VU",J!, Healthful location Ir M SWOl'K, tnu woW. display in in uio only to place the cross mark under tho scious for the welfare of his wife. si jUernle exrnsrt Admr fieOtoftlO. Attendance- last raion 71 td man's building at the Fair we noticed Vox fu Infi rrialn.r .. i. My huiV..naCc5n?ilf, ilul catalogue annlv In I.. II in a Postmaster General Bissell's esti.,, jy, Jtt iwirtMtviior, Kiihm ami, Kentucky. rooster as wo have done and your vote rrJ some fine and valuable lace and Spanish will bo counted for Miller, Helm and mates of the appropriations required for the postal service for the next fiscal drawn work from the hands of Mrs. McClary. If you go to scratching you Belle Maret Cayce, of San Antonio. will get things mixed and your voto will year aggregate S90.399,JSo. The approDr. E. J. Brown and W. S. New-coISOVtnTHC likely be lost. A cross under the roos- priations for this year were had a lively experience in the mob Miss Belle Kuowlee, of Belle Plains, ter is the quickest, surest and safest Khs.. killed herself because aha whs on Midway Plaisance Saturday night, -method. snubbed by society. The cause of her when thirty thousand lunatics (not Tue Old Liberty Bell, crack and all, is being snubbed was the too free use counting thoso mentioned above) played being taken from the Fair back to its of intoxicants at tv party at her own havoc with signs, etc., along tho line, beating tin pans, blowing trumpets and abiding place in Philadelphia. It is un- iiome. I had a malignant breaking out on my leg der guard of a number of city council-meMt. Sterling baa contracted with a otherwise raising old Cain. It required helm the knee, and waacuredsound and wels ixnuesu and it will be exhibited at u sever- Pennsylvania company for a system of the police force four hours to dispone with two ana a nail had failed Other blood medicines al of citiej en route. WILL C llEATY. The company is under them and restore harmony. In fin me anv cood. YoikiUlc.b.C Saturday afternoon at Wildie W. L. bond off 10,000 to begin work within Ik the Courier-Journdoesn't send the next CO days and complete the job in Valiandingham, express agent, was shot Mary Jane to Stanford to write it up in 12 months. and painfully wounded by Pat Taylor. 0 her inimitable style, we are going to cut The warehouse of Bridgeford & Co., Tho latter had ordered a jug brought by it off of our exchange list, in which stove manufacturers, I was troubled from childhood with ntinir Louisville, was express. He went to the depot and callravntrsl raso of Tetter, and threo bottlcu of event the great daily will bo forced to partially destroyed by fire and all Hh ed for it. The agont was busy and told curoJ mo iicrmnnpntly. Mann, . JO suspend. I "". jWxiiLArx ""."""yOcinswurT ll.l contents ruined. Tho damage was esti- him he would wait upon him soon. This Mioovlile, l.T, J .. V a mated to be about Slfi.OOO aud the insur- didn't satisfy Taylor, who drew his pisVi...srfi. FROM Oar boolc on Illood and Skin Diseases inatlcu : Tue afiaasaiu, Prendergast, has been ance 1 Oa. mi 101 f 11 '4. VI S52.S00. tol and demanded immediate delivery. free. OR CINCINNATI. iudicted for murder When tho teleWest Virginia has definitely deter- Valiandingham ran out the back door, JOHNSON'S graph brings the intelligence that he has D0UBL1 DAILY TRAIN SERVICE MAGNETIC OIL! mined to removo her exhibit at tho followed by Taylor, who fired, striking been hung for assassinating Chicago's Instant Klllerol Pain. , iNCiuote World's Fair to Charleston as a nucleus the agent in the back, as he turned the PtKrnarInternnl and Extornnl, mayor, the country will breathe freer. Sleeping and Duflet Parlor Cut, for a permanent museum and she wil MIKUMATIHJl. NKUHALcorner. Taylor was arrested on Sunday HA, lni9 Hack, (Sprain, Ilruu-es' ftp' rtoute Through iho Indiana .Hwrll.iiiM, Httll Joints. COLIURDd Over 50,000 people followed the re- probably remove her State building there morning and jailed here. iTltAMl'S lnf.11.tlv. riiniLtn Hf..r. Natural Gas Belt. Jijiii. Cnmii,i)tlirla, Koru Throat. mains of Mayor Harrison to the Grace-lan- to hold her collection. j if by luiurlc. FARM AND TRADE ITEH8. N. J. N. Barron, a London merchant Cemetery at Chicago Wednesday, THROUGH TICKETS THE HORSE BRAND, M THC llhf ANO TMlia CONHtCTIOM CAN BCUCUKU) John Stone bought of Eubanka Bros, thnmot rnerful.sucl PcuotrfttlnifMulmentrnrMiu. making the longest funeral procession committed suicide by shooting himself! AT THE PRINCIPAL TlCKIT OrriCi. Of orDuantu til teuc. Larutltltu t&c., fioc. sizo 4'Jc Mr. Barron is the man who formed the a lot of fat hogs at ojc. fcOUTHIRN MllAta. ever seen in the United States. For mctAi information hi rccado to katm a JOHNSON S ORIENTAL SOAP. Middlesboro Town Lands Co. and was A fow red boars for sale. Apply at AIL4 CONCERNING THIS Sledirated end J.iet. The Orr t Skin Cure and 'I'";!111 HIAH APPIY Gov. McChkary traveled 1,000 miles also the promoter of tho Barron syndiSERVICE, PCASON OR Bf UTTtft OS Fnoe Beautlfle... Ladies will tlnd It onco to J. K. Bruce, Stauford. mot IIUUUM TO IITMCR Of TKS rOHOWINQI aud highly perfumed Toilet 8onu on to register and was back in Washington cate which made fictitious purchases of Wanted to rent a farm. About 100 delicate tho market. It is ubsolutcly nure. Mako the - viiiriu i KaSITIUH, tiki. :"- rttore in time to vote for the repeal bill. That's American lands. His death is the cause acres preferred. Jeff D. Jones, Stan- akin soft and velvety and tho Baththe lost com Ik luxury WMW a.v for Infants, Filexloni ItcUinf. c,e for tliorx-althe kind of a representative to have. and iiroiaotoj of little or no regret. "V ford. "!ff, in the irrowth ol hair. I'rlooSSc. For (ale by . i r Vy Mwrf, aria U Tim Su; CiSCISHlTL 9. J os i a a Asukr, of Clay, is a man of troubles and acquainted with grief. Ho has two sons in tho penitentiary and the other day while on his way to the trial of another for an offense that will also likely land him at Frankfort, his mule fell and so badly injured him that his recovoiy is doubtful. The old man s no doubt like David of old that bad boys are mighty disagreeable things to have in the family. real-ize- Louisville female who ran for State li brarian a few years a?o, has founded a cotony in tho Cherokee strip. In her colony no man is allowed to enter or eyoa to own any proporty. It is entirely settled by women and all business is carried on by them. Andrew Hayes, an Atlanta negro arrested for assaulting his mistress, con- Was our Grand Triumphal week but we will not stop at this point. We will still continue to fessed that he killed another negro nino slauchter our goods right and left until every dollar's worth of Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, years ago, later on knocked n woman in Shots, Boots Hats ' Caps, Carpets, Trunks, &c, arc sold. Don't forget, 'tis the head and still later stmt a man. He snid that ho wanted to be huwg for his evil deeds and it is sincerely to bo hoped that he will be accommodated. Baltimore's mayor, Ferdin and is scared up lest he be treated in a manner similar to that of the lamented Carter Harrison . An anonymous letter And money we must have, and with your money you can make money. Read our prices and you can was received by him which threatened see that wc can sell you Roods cheaper than our competitors can buy them. All calicos such as Indigo him with instant death if he failed to Nine, Simpson's Black and Gray's Manchester, fancy and all I t other standard prints g Y ' VU. , , .777 77, .. provide employment for the idle work ."""'""' ing men of that city. Tho police have linen made 35c, worth 50c. thofletter and aro trying to work up the A : GREAT : SUCCESS Ln-trob- e, MONEY WE WANT, ... '" P" r.nnlr,Metn:nl READ the PRICES ON FLANNELS atfrc, 2. nint-year-o- ld $30,-553,8- 49. Best Imported Zephyrs at 5c per Oz. '' -- -- the-slo- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. & Stanford, J -I H.g.RUPLEY,-: I I itto1ito.t.vi AND: WINTER FALL GOODS. three-year-ol- d Great Clearance Sale. CIos 1 FTJBLIC SALE Coutl-hour- e 11 SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. $50,-00- 71-- Ji PERSONAL PROPERTY HEATING STOVES, Stove Pipe, Elbows, Zinc, Coal Hods, Shovels, Tuesday, Nov. i893i ? 1 1 1 para-graph- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M'KINNEY BROS. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY S - - aTm vt... I The World's' Fair Ronte from the South mb (Jovvv Bvrocl?- - Pennsylvania SHORT LINES n water-work- s. al ,'gSBfey'" KwtJTKl-lxmaOO-Atlafl- i': . 1 "". 'A I . .A.Wsr j 1 Mi - . d w&m 11 XWWXL' siffif 1 FIRST-CLAS- S IN ,;?,.. vj -- 1 -- r .rii .i-- h$'i-J?!$tlI",',.kt- ' $&Sll&lzzx?. lJHSJlM tza1 u & ix'jagrtfa; ulJtjfjiuwMtartjjijwati - r ig..iwi4iwa!. .... WWyil in! ULSdi v tijki.! . W- fc.-.- - . &t- M 4 kjaai! " 'jfttMit ?.v j,?&r-- l M: Tjir.sx,i-- mi "y?;'. i'uJLy-- Bi v m .iW i mim I'.;' "."aaur: Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal CORliETT .'5, AND MITCHELL. Stanford, Kv., Novemiieu W. P. WALTON. TIIHOUGI! SLtiH'.XU VIA 1893 John Wilson IIk ThliiUa Mltrlmll'a Glbbo Ooiupuros Tholr Muooulor DovolopmonL CnrlH-t- t tli Mtirra Ilarclrr itml Mnrr 9taalTi Ttiitn Oorhrtt'a, Hut Nut So fljinrnrtrlrxL IcorrinoriT. lira l llttr Man CUIUS i kaiiu cHperinlly when Wo till lovo comfort, tnwoliiij. ft.nl whut a fjrvat comfort it is to bu nblu to tuku n Bli'Opluj e.r nt your own home nliiuli niiiB iil.t through to Chicago without chanyu nml hinds )ii86vtiK('iH at Hit entrance) gato of thu rtnt World' l'air without a (tingle change ortrnnnfur of any kind. How can this he luroiiiplinhi'd? Why niniply by nHking your local agent for n ticket vin tii Hi; Four Houti which in Absolutely thu only lino running through alenpttiR cars in connection with thu lv T., V. A G. Hallway nnd Queen A Crcs cunt Houto direct to th'j Woru'o Tuii GroundN and land lug J pawiengerH con venient to thu World's Kair Hotel Dia trict. Through Sleeping Cat leaven Macon 1I;1S a. M , Atlanta 2:10 i. m , Rome. 4:65 I. M., I'hutUnooga '5 P. t , uuJ ar ' riven at Chicago 6:15 p. m , Ask for tick-el- s via We Four Itouto nnd for further nfortnation nddrew D. B. Martin, General rimnger Agent, Cincinnati. llllt l' IIOl'TI. 10 WUKLl 7:-- r run ill: tnatrh America, be- Cor lit tt, tween Jnnics J. mm (P ventured .jK-cl- Chiirltt Mitchell, of Knglnud, for tho world'a oh am piounhip luivlnir of nnd to tlui physical uttributes of ratified, h tcvr worda rclatlvo tflodi-utor- s boon the rival rt to their respective of Btiooowi may not be amiss. I nm emboldened to tnho thL p, flrht,l)tcnUHo, ai it practicing phy.ilcian, I have tntulc it ntndy of the noble miimul, mini, In all of hLs anatomical nsjH'obH, and neoond, bocauso nn unny of friundn, who know tliut I hiul heretofore tiiudu phyhicul examinations of JntniM 3. Corbctt, John L. Sullirnn and other men of equal renown, hnvw rtvjncfltrd m to do rxi, and thereby furnish to the world of upork n clew itM thtt ontcointt of nuch un pro-ject1 mid a hint H will have correspondingly greater advantages. Ills weight will bo about ono hundred and eighty-siand MitchWhen ell tt uiio hundred and bixty-ilvboth get to thoso respective fighting weights it will be found thnt Corbtitt will be far larger atthochest nnd neck where- the breathing power comes in. It will bo only In the arms that Mitchell will bo anything near us good an the Cnliforninn mid thnt will bo only nt Corbett's arms are, of courr, much longer and at outfighting ho must necessarily havo the advantage, especially as he Is (In my opinion) speedier, shiftier and cleverer than tho Briton. Mitchell has a splendid pair of powerful arms. In fact they ore too strong at tho point where they tuljoln tho shoulders, hence the frequent breakings of his hands when he enters a great contest. Corbett's muscles on the other hand are of the long, flexible kind and when he brings his forearms up there are no bulging knots of them between tho elbow and the shoulder such as wrestlers, ourtunen and professional "strong men" are wont to have. Ills muscles, however, nn so generously distributed through vvvry portion of his body that he would be dangerous opponent at any kind of game where strength is required. Mitchell is strong1 nt various portions of his rugged body, but moit especially no, nt I have said, In the anna and shoulders. He han big bunches at these point like a wreatler. These are not very good for a fighter, where x e. ( AN 114 MaWla APE FEEDS RATS. Idled Them with l'otatoe. Not far from tho cage of tho two bears at the Zoo, Boxy, the big ape, is conuueu. 1 wo weoits ugo itoxy was a well satisfied uud amiable ape, but now ho Ih morose and ivctn very much like a person with a vlgorons of Indigestion. Tho reason for this is because ho has lost his playmates, says tho Philadelphia Record. Head Keeper Byrne noticed several months ago that tho rats displayed a decided preference for Itoxy. They rata of tlia ItodenU nnd Sup. JCHN B. DcNARDI, firtt-claa- 3 Carriage Painter and Trimmer, All kind of vehicle; painted trimmed and ret paired in ttyle Plain and ornamental Sient Sttitfaction guaranteed In both worknmn-thl- p and price. Shop on main street, over Wra. Diupherty'a blarksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. ro DEMUCKAIIL TICKETS BANKS THEJEWELER. H FOK STATE SINATOK, laaflaaV.1 WILLIAM II. MILLER. FOK KEI'KESKNTATIVU IN GI:NI'KAI. ASSKMULY, HARVEY HKl FOR SCHOOL M SUPERINTENDENT, W.F. McCLARY TWXr VKEUI.N8 TUK JIA.TS. HORSE-SHOEINliorie-sliocin- g a a a if I Stock Most Complete JfWk-jS&f- c M?2r.an 3 ee world'a championnhlp thbt aide of tin Atlantic. Not that I undcrt'fttimnU Mitchell' jowrra a Schedule Hept J, 1S9) lie han been, uud in yet in a meanure, n Antic marvel. The bold LEAVE NORTON DAILY youth who but tipped tho bemn at one 10:lfi fl in for Graham. Illurflel J, PocahoMu huudrod uud forty-thrtpound.) and Lynchburg, Richmond and Norlolk. Sleeping Cart (torn Ifl.ieiield to Norlolk and jtct hatl the courage to ht tlie reRadford, alto (ram Lnchbiirg to Richmond Pncabenlai, Powhatan and i.ooln nowned Jehu I. .Sullivan, when thM taint lor will leave llluencld daily at 7 00 a in, oj p m and (Treat gladiator wa in hla jirim, mut. o havo all the ijualitimof u wonderful Leave llluofield troam and Q p in daily lor Five yeara Komitfc and CUumWt, O , Chicago and all r.intt wan lor In bin composition. Writ Pullman leptr on y 00 p in tram iw v.hl later tit Chantilly. iYaiice, he proved cac the truth of thin assumption when ha Additional traina fur Welch and Intermedial tuttoat oh Kllrn.in ltve llluefield x p ro dal fought the hitherto invincible Sullivan lr to a draw, the then champion writhi rallit arrive at .ion iroin mc r.an nny a, ing nn oven two hundred pound, p 5 r furthtr Inlormalion at 10 schedulet. ratct more than Mitchell. Then of NMhlk A Wrttern Kail IcJiipi) la 6ntt hla Rrnxnl of foot, an wll im mnnunl acW. I1.1IKVILI., roador Gtn. Pan. Ajl Itoanele, a, tion, clevernesn and endurance, uved M r PRAM.. him from defeat, 'i (tin much ia duu to Trav I'att. Agent Mitchell. On thu other hand I claim that tho It- VUU ARK (JOINT.... .. Enfrll.ihman l not, never wa and never will be the equal of Corbett In any of the reiuldtn that go to maka the up the perfect athlete. The American In hi fact the ideul man. He ia constructed on Hues that are indicative of. par-tlol1 1 4 111 Hh'urfuKdeiuRR I unhesitatingly jirrdit thnt th will abide on o. rrSaP UIKHM.t.' HIOHT. P'ViaiaW 4 . . 111 thlr-ty-Mv- in - NORTH WEST, become tnuile bound in time. At thin .i..l,-- . irU.tl ami Mitchell havo the same measurement. They are: Forearm, 13 inches; thigh, 27X inches; calf, 18,: inches. Mitchell's right bleep (contracted) is just half an Inch longer than Corbett's, measuring an oven 15 inches. Now for a final reason why I bcliove that Corbett must win. I have shown as well as I possibly could his natural advantages, height, might, reach, speed and cleverness. Therein another essential than mens strength. It would not surprise me to see Mitchell of motion und flexibility arc far more feeding them the succulent bweet potato, and the trap remained untenanted. Therefore tho big fellow's sweet potato supply was withheld one day, ond a liberal supply placed in the trap. That night Boxy's screams were heard in the remotest enda of the gardens, and tho trap Kvainc tj fall of rats that the door refused to shut. Every time ono of tho doomed rats approached tho tempting trap, Boxy shook thu bars of his cage and shrieked with fury. Ho did everything in tho world ho could to warn his little friends, but they all took tho fatal step. The trap was kept there for several days, aud now Boxy is alone in his misery. meal. Steps wore taken to abate the A big wire trap was baited witf toasted cheese and other dainties so toothsome to the average rodent. But it was no use, because Boxy insisted on nuin-nnc1 Every day for dinner Boxy Is fed a peck or eo of boiled sweet potatoes. Directly after dinner one day tho mystery was explained. Boxy broke off the ends of all his sweet potatoes and tossed them about the floor of his cage. In less than two minutes a dozen or more rats were Inside having a good e. Ills movements. ran all about the floor of his cage, hid in the straw, and did uot seem to be a bit afraid of him. In fact, the fellow lias often been seen to take one of tho little visitors up lu his arms and soothe and pet it as tenderly as a mother would an ailing child. But the attraction was something the keepers could not fathom, bo a close watch was kept on good-nature- d G rioi.c It twc' ol Vimi r .V ) d ger't at&tila Alvi a t !id of wjkhii iii'l biifKV pairing. Oivr ire n call. J.U ADKlNS, 61 im Stuiilnif, Kv. 1 I. SSift: .3aj 7 aS7-J'Wr V xfi.'c A 1 ;MtJ- - jjyr tSlLVERWAfw Fruit .Trees For Sale rcv Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. At our Fruit Farms and Nuriencs ono 111V U'.t of Kiniville, Lincoln county have t iiw ttock of Fruit Trees at any man ever handled, I tt...-- , .kk. m uu ,..iutn 't thit Fall Orchards of Vpplet and Peaches will be ruKorted to sui. cutto neia at J10 per hundred The ttee. nte nice, tho v.intliet the het l;very-thlii- ij ueedrd to make home att active and the For circulars children happy will he found hre j. A. Mi KKK A-- CO., addrett rtingsville, Ky. 64 . f 1 tix JA. f :tiiv . xtd J fVJSfc? J C$&'lLJ&- - ,Ti) ,.,w rm W .it They all Testier M 1 LLTWk tajf an rfVTVTIaTlfl To the 01 el Efficacy me mJhl -- 0 jC I r K V rAtx V! Swiff's Specific. Tho old-tim- AT- Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, in II J I UWtvVRO ay irorthtolbe ant'rv,r" ' aatonUhlng tbe tiepUcal and 1 clmple I remedy from theOeorela wrapt and field has solely on the ' 'there sre three ol the bett Darbers There are alto excellent ilatb Keomt run In conAgent tor I cxington Steam Laundry. nection the Stat result of rllo dlteivcs from within all yield to thti pntent hot slmplo remedy. It la an uneitial-tnnle, htitldf up the old and foeble.carc all dUtnate arising from Impure, blood or weakened vitality. Send for & treatise. Examine tho proof. Dock on physician' Thcro m,., which skill. absorbed noorblood It does not Immediately eradicate Poison outwardly tho ' Uiomi who denend ,"w POSTED. This netice forewarns hunters, fishermec not to trespass on our lands without at all suuh will be prosecuted to the full Signed: tit eaientof the law. M. LACKOWITZ. aad-othen, T. I). NEWLAND. W. H. HAYS. G. C LYON. R. L.WHITE. L. 1IKCK. T. C. HALL. PETER BALMER. 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DRADHELD REGULATOR CO., kxvhxik, Oa. c Ammrlti HtabMl Haaar at Wtwll' &&& " 'TL -m A--" MM Commarcia Pfllliffa PLii!iiyJ!LXl' LaTV I MATOM.ItY. "CtopistAB9tButwtssColtginih$World.' Kzrxwlll, Fatlt K'wWatar0rir1tWT,W. fW.r T . "M iSaaaUr. ItiTiTl!' .jl.,.l. . "al.t-- a T:.UIIIM JrTkr "''' WlbUUit K. 6MITH1 UCXIiaCTON, KT. of age; Mitchell thirty-two- . Tho has led a careful, abstemious Hit, while the Briton has been a pretty g'y 'X'yNecessarily his powers must be bomewhnt impaired. He bus done no lighting or even boxing since BBBBBiBaaiil',SW he met Jonn Sullivan at Chantilly '.' in lis". It is only reasonable to that he hai "gone back." In thoM same live years Corbett has met a score of lighters, among them being Joe Choynski, Jake Kilrano, Domlnick MeCafTroy, Peter Jackson cKHrTr itionr and John L. Sullivan. He whipped an eattraonllnary depree of (juickue.nn, them nil but Jackson and there he was nlmblrness, Mrenifth nnd endurnnce. given a "dniw." and cheated out of the In fact Achilles or Apollo, the decision, when lie had tho big Ausklnjfit of mythology, could tralian all but out. not have had tttronger or more gracelie has come up. as sportsmen put It, ful curves. nnd he will go up still higher when he Let tin take a look at the diffcrenco has added l harles Mitchell, of Engin physical construction of Corbet t and land, to hiM triumphal chariot. That Mitchell. havo mrtinurcd hi will do In about thirty rounds, for Corbctt myself iuuI know his proportion!; the English champion is game to his Mitchell'n I have obtained from a heart's core and will die as hard as did friend who ha, ilone the same for thu the old guard at Waterloo. Ihigllsh chnmplon, The California!! John Wiuds tlmiii. stands six feet one nnd Inohcn in height, tho Englishman five feet A TIME TO "SAW WOOD." nine and Inches; Corbett, notwithsttindiug his great btature, has WUe Men Nay Nothing and Look About for t'luinre. never weighed over two hundred and six It Is the man who industriously pounds. Hii present weight is one hundred mid ninety-sipounds. Mitchell "saws wood" who arrives at the objechnH weighed ai high us two hundred tive jioint with tho greatest degree of and twenty pounds and now tips tho certainty. It is tho individual who is beam atone hundred uud ninety, only always getting ready to mako money Mx pound, less than Corbett's present who does most of tho talking In tho weight. The Englishman's llehh Is world. The man who Is nover seen on soft uud valueless, while the American's 1b hard, fitwngy und of grcut tho street corners discussing grave value. Mltcholl will have to tuku otT public questions is the one who is pounds of flesh to making the bestof the situation antl is at least twenty-fivget at fighting weight, while Corbett doing something to keep his whcols will need to get rid of but eight or ten. moving. If he has steady employment, Thu effect on onu may be debilitating he does bin work as well as ho can, (as witneiH the case of John L. Sulli- tries U) mako good use of his incoaie, van when he attempted a great weight and finds that he has no time for grumbling. If he is dependent upon bin own effort for tho employment of his time, he is looking around for tho main chance, knowing full well In times like these that tho man who "saws wood" Jr3fl UtfT is tuout likely to oomo out nt the head of the procession when the agitation is at an end and those who have taken their time to do tho talking finally turn their attention to business. This does not apply to that class of curbstone prophets who are never known to toll, spin or look with favor upon anything save an invitation to drown their sorrows at the nearest bar. Them we always havo with us. Sunshine and shadow aliko find them busy at reduction), the effect on the other can their calling. Tho public welfare has only be exhilarating. Too great flesh little Interest in thoir going or comreduction on an athlete within a stipu- ing. But thcro are thousands who lated time (which la generally too short) is dangerous to stiocebs. It la would better serve their own boat inlikely to impair his btaminn as well as terests, and tho good of the community strength. With an ordinary citizen as well, if they would use whatever flesh reduction Is not as a rulo detri- menus they havo, together with their mental, as ho generally takes a onger best energies, and would bottle tip time than the athlete to make the de- their wisdom on the questions which nro supposed to be delegated to the sired physical improvement and does not enter into a contest in statesmen at Washington, aud to thoie which every nervo of tho body is who make a business, uud money, by educating the public, and j strained to tho utmost tension. I ,i;'i-noWhen Corbett fought Sullivan he work. A little raonry "ll lu bu !rr. : was two inches larger at tho chest than tho Boston man. Ho then meas- anything inches and his expan- tlmo in t". ured forty-fou- r five inches, threo iuchea who ' t sion wus the vm greater than that of the r . ' CWLeU i bunfer aim wnouirtruow aim Iv.bV VWU1 ... Cal-ifornl- equally important; youth must bo served. Corbctt is twenty-seveyears n - Superintendent Brown has given an order for a rubber rat to be constructed, and if this does not take the place of the lost pets Boxy will be given a place where he will be close to a cage of monkeys, and it Is thought their antics will be sufficient to keep his mind off his recent loss. A LITTLE Qui ii SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Drawer a, Atlanta, Qa. Jir??i.. frit ji. YOl'B FCTU1U5 frv FREDBAUMANN. J. J. IS PHILLIPS. E. BRU CE. . EXAGUKKATED. 11 ( I I H 1"I l 1 JJUtt JSw vv' I I GOOD PAY! FOR GOOD WORK! ns-su- mi iiflui StSv r 2J For Ladies or Gentlemen ! i .- - , $5 to $500 Gash! is.- d?3 1 -; Moon. J J nyin-metric- al According to results accomplished; in addition to a liberal commiEsion of twenty per cent. AIpo IS IN YOUB OWN HAND. Pslmlstry .luiiroc to tell what tho lines In yotu liuid iiidifjiie It uill amliFc you. If nolhini; more. The ahoe i,ia,T.ini lmot explain luelf The .n-t- !i or the LINK OF UFE indicates probable uw w wliiih you nlll live. 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Now, when long years Imvo passed, with all the full, strango record with which this narrative deals, I can think of the hour and the man in no other way. It was my hour of promise he was my fairy prince. "ItostockP said my father, holding his hand, "Little Picrco Uostock? "Whv. it don't seem possible." 'Yea, that reminds me, Amos, of how wo used to wrestle, side hold. You used to throw me." "I don't think I could do it now," Baid my father. "I reckon n ot, Amos. Well, my old dtum, I'm mighty glad to aoc you. Will you believe it, Amos? being in Boston lor the very first tlmo since I went couth, the thought struck mo to come up here, and hunt up old friends and pdioolmatcs. There's few of them left; and I'm right glad I've found you." "I feel flattered by your romem-branc- e and your kindness, Pierce. It's but a poor hospitality I have to offer you; but you're welcome to it. Come to the house, and we'll sit down and talk ovor old days." "Wo'll havo to talk fast, Amos. I've Jtico the beniffn spirit of some old fairy UAa, bearing- to me bright promiso for - taikt rnntCB. ihe"Wo hours that followed. He caino Mr I name him as lie appeared to too in ot mortgaged my time at tho north, and I I can must leavo Boston plve you two hours only. This is your boy, eh? fine manly fellow. What's his name? Dorr? Why, Is It possible you called him after my father?" "Indeed I did, I'lerco. You remember how kind he was to mo. Tho boy's name I ..rr Bostock Jcwett." "Now I like that; I'll not forget It. Come along to the house as you Bald." His beaming smile captivated me; as wo walked along, while ho busily talked with my father, ho playfully bhouldered my boo, and took hold of my hand. Arrived nt the house, my mother was introduced. It was the first exhibition of highbred politeness I had ever seen, and it impressed me. In tho lifo that 1 hail been living, duty and labor went for courtesy wan rvant everything, enough. M r. Bostock removed his hat, gently took my mother's hand, and 1 Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 14, 1893. I had been troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia for several years. The first doafi of Stockton's Antiseptic relieved me and three bottles have made a complete cure. Respectfully, W. A. Roiikrts. For salo byA. R. Penny, Stanford. a On this doctors don't disagree. It may be regarded ns nn assured fact that the delegates to tlio Pan American Congress who travel over the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway will, with one accord, praise its scenery and train service. There ia nothing in the way of lovely mountain views and picturesque valleys of H" Virginias, to compare with that through which the Cbes apeakeA Ohio Rail rood passes. Tiiere in nothing of historic naturo in America as great as a trip through the Virginias and there is no other railroad in America superior to the 0. & 0. in the smooth nefs and stability of its tracks, the F. F. V. Vestibule Limited being one of the famous trains of the world. The Chesapeake & Ohio passes through Bull Run, Manassas and other noted battlo fhtldt and is in all respects the best route for the West, North-Wen- t and South-Wes- t to the National Capital. For copy ol Virginia in black and white, free and full information regarding rates and train service, address C. B. Ryan. Ausis tant G. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. at Washington, glad to meet you, madam. Your husband is my oldest and dearest friend, though I've seen nothing of him sinco wo wcro more lads." "Sit down, sir, and mako yourself comfortable," said my mother. "Will you stay to tea?" "Thank yon I shall not have time," he replied, looking at a masnlve-casegold watch. "The train leaves tho village at seven; it's almost five now." "If you were raised in New Hampshire, perhaps you haven't forgotten how to cat mush and milk." "Why, bless mo, madam, can you give me a bowl of it? My old nigger cooks got up corn bread, corn cake and all kinds of corn fixings, but thoy can't make mush. I'd like it above all things." With a napkin under his fat chin, our jolly (fiieat sat at the table, partaking with evident relish of the simple entertainment that was set before him. He was a keen observer, notwithstand ing his easy, oareleus way, and I think that nothing had escaped his notice. Never had the house and iU furnishings seemed as shabby to mo as now. "Beg pardon, Amos; bnt you know everything is permitted between old friends. You don't thrive well here." VNo," said my father, "and I fear I never shall. You remember something about this old place; twenty acre out of the thirty no better than a stone quarry. Bad luck has followed mo; I've had bad seasons, slim crops, sickness and debt. It's a hard itrujrglo, nlmoit a hopeless one." "I'm sorry for you, Amos; from the bottom of my soul I am. I don't know of a fellow who deserved good fortuno ahead of you. If you'd struck out when I did, you'd have succeeded anywhere. New England is a good place to rear men, but no place at all for them to iprtad, you know. I don't brag, but I've got a right to point with some pride to what I've done wince I saw these hills last." "You are at the south, I infer," said my father. "I've one thousand acres of the best cotton land in Mississippi below Vieks-bur.1 plant every acre of it; nnd I raUo sugar in Louisiana." "I hope you're not a slaveholder, sir," said my mother. "O. I've a few niggers hardly a hundred. I've had to hire orue the d g. bowed very low. "Extremely The Queen and Urescont Route is preparing to issue an elaborate publication in magazine form, deecriptiyo oftbo different sections of the South tributary to its lints. Capitalists, tourists and bus! ness men are not likely to farget the southern cities so long as the Queen and Crcbcent Route can reach them with this artistic publication. Copy of this magazine will bo mailed to any address on receipt of ten cents iu postage stamps. AddreH, W. C. Rinearson, General Patcenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. la at season." At the horrified looks of mj mother and the painful silence of my father Mr. Bostock wiped hi mouth and laughed. "I'd like to have you come down and ee how wo in e of those lazy cattle imposts upon me. But, dash it all, Amos, I haveu't time to diweuss the institution, and it wouldn't do, either we should quarrel. Of course you're an abolitionist. I remember you in tho Id days; you were cut out for one. Iet's talk about something eUe." "Yon have a family, of courwo, Why, certainly, consumption can bo cured, if the lungs are not too far gone. Kill the microbes that caueo that cause the inflammation with Stockton's Anti septic. It penetrates every tisauo of the luug8, caufces a good app-t- i " I builds up Hit system gendrally. Do not lose hope, but give Antiseptic a trial nnd you wjll havo mary years of lifo and health before you. For sale by A.R. Penny, Stanford. To The greatest trip to the greatest fair on earth and a ride; Detroit to Chicago via the grandest pabco 6teamers on the Lakes. Pictures-quBcenery. Returnino from Chicago direct, all rail; or you can go to Chicago by rail and return via the Lakes and Detroit. Berth and mcalsin-clude- d between Mackinac and Chicago Round-trirate from Cincinnati $21 30 (via Toledo and boat 30c less. For full ther information ask aud 0., II. & D. R. R. agent, or address E. 0. McCormick, O. P. & T. A. 0., II. & D. R. R , Cincinnati, 0. tenses. Something Unusual. He turned to me briskly with the as medicine, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical question: Anil, because of that, there's something "Well, my lad, how would you liko unusual In the way of telling it. Where every oih.r meoicine cf Its land only (rcmisrs, this m to go down and see ull this for yourIf it ever fails to benefit or cure, you Ruaranleed self?" have your money back. It's the only guaranteed remedy for every di"Above all things, sir." sease caused by a disordered liver or impure Lbod "I say, Ainoi, why not send him Dyspepsia, Ililliousuesi, the most stubborn Skin, Scalp and Scrofulous ausctloas, even Consume down to mo, after a few years? I'll tlou ior lung'scrofcla) in its earlier stages, are all put him in the way to bo rich." cured by it. I sat with clasped hands, eagerly It purifies ank enriches the bloou, rouses evr" organ into boalthful action, and restores strength looking from one to the other of my and vigor In building up both floh and strength ol pale,buny, Scrofulous chllbren, or to invigorate parents. Their haarta wore touched and brace up tho system after "G'lppe," bnrumo-cia- , by tho thought of parting with mo, fever, and other prottra'ing acute diseases, and by tho generous interest of Mr. nothing can eqcalthfl "Discovery " Bostock. cured by Dr. Sage's Catarrh is positively "I mean it, Amos. I've token a notion to the boy, and I'd like to have him with me. To be sure, I'm a slaveholder, but there's lots of more dan- geroiu animals in the woods than the When Bahr was tick, wu pave her Castorle. unfortunate man who has to feed aud When riia was n Child, she cried for Costorio. clothe a parcol of lauy niggers. You When Bhu hecam 3116 hh cluny to C&storlv needn't hurry; keep him a few years When she had QUldren.she gvethem Outoria, yet; send him to school; nnd by and by send htm down to me, via Cincinnati, Cairo and Vichhburjf I'll tao care of him, and give him such a start in tho world as ho'd never get up this way. BucJclln'a Arnica Salve. I won't forgot what I in aying, Anion, The best salve In the vorld lor cuts, bruises neither. What .do you say?" ores, ulcers, salt rhoum, fever sores, tetter, chap "Your erup all quit overpowers chilblains, Id nands,positively curescorns and uo skit, requir- mo, Piorcft.klndnestaluk kerionaly of it, pay piles, or 11 sions and perfect satisfaction ed. It is guaranteed to pi Frieo sj, cents per boa and talk U over rr.th th boy ana hla or money refunded. motlur." v0r sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. VIA Chicago 1,000-milo thk Lakks. p enough." For more than nn hour he talked, interrupted only by an occasional question or exclamation. I did not observe then long afterward I had occasion to recall the fact that lie parried several attempts of my parents to draw him ont about his deceaacd wife and hi daug'htor. Ho talked interestingly, almost eloquently, about the cultivation of cotton, tho scenes in the immense fields when the picking time arrived, the ginning, the baling and the "shooting" down the long incline to steamboat. To me it waa all n new revelation; I listened with all my "My wifo died a few year ayo. I'vo ne t ohild, Coral ie, a little witch of mjtoii. I've a great house, which is run by the servants. I know all about the plantation, but I haven't much control inside. Everything is lavish, and it's a wonder to me, sometimos, that I'm not a poor man. But oomo down, and you'll find hospitality rierce?" Item-cd- 1 birthday anniversary, January I, 1858. In the due and rather slow course of the mails of that time an answercamu, postmarked at the addres in Mississippi which Mr. Bostock had left with us. I was at that time completing my first quarter at the academy; was eager and zealous In my studies, and it must be confessed that I was rather taken aback to discover that my correspondent was a very poor speller. But the matter of the epistle I could not havo wished different. It was hearty, generous, sympathetic He reiterated all I had heard from him as to myself, five years before, and he bade me come down to him as soon as my parents would consent. My second letter was written in 1857, upon the death of my father, and advised my correspondent that both of my parents were no more. To this no nnswor was ever returned. I thought strangely of his silence. It troubled me much, although I attributed it to miscarriage of the mails. After the lnp-- of a few week, the desire and intention to write again grew strong. It bo happened that tho difficulties and annoyances of the situation In which I was placed after the death of my father caused me to defer this design; so that, when I started on my southern journey in th summr of 1859, the letter was still unwrittex; My father died soon after I becamo twenty years of age. For a year after a memorable year! I waa dsxniclled Iji the famll of my giranvias, ! e food by and put myself on tho defen( "All right, my old friend; the thing hall I attempt a of this sive. Comes to for on hi as good as done. Now ray tlmo day In the Is "If you lay n hand on mo I'll knock ly Is. Theyou every other best paper inyear mucky, do It man? Ki cheapest aud about up. Don't get crazy ovor poll tica, Justice. It Honot possiblo for tuo to fifty, your brains outl" I cried. joemts gets It for three months, Address waa something over Amos, and don't take Dorr to your THE ADVOCATE, lie fell back aghast. I supiono th with a nanIMe, Ky. abolition meeting. Let me have a long, gauut aud aMsUon, UtatuiHmtlly Ideu of resistance to Ida authority nevsqueaking voico pen and ink and I'll put down my ratipod tfiroojrh all bettor sounds in the er entered his head. for you." MYERS IEOUSE "What do you mean, you young Imp?" Ilia foot waa thin,' Ho took from Ills pocket a narrow church cJiolr. he sfsmmered peaked and bloodless, blank Kcl, wruts. rapidly upon a leaf his hands wcro alwaysIlls eyes restless "I mean what I nay. l'vodono nothmoving about of it, toro out the leaf, thrust ft into as If soarohlnj? for mora coin to add to ing to be punished for; If I hod, your P. W.JSREEN, Prop. my father's hand, and had said his fareHo was reported to be worth authority over mo was at an end sotno well and was out of the hone with a his store. This stable, which Is run n connection with the twenty thousand dollar a largo for- woeks ago. You old canting hypocrite, well.ktiuwn Myers House, has;bccn supplied with celerity that was really bewildering". tune for that day and place. Behind I dofy you to touch mo!" My father looked at the paper. It My blood was up, ami I said mora A New Lot of Horses, Oarriagos, his back people called him a hard, pehook in his hand; he turned pale. U nurious man; In publlo he was referred than I had at firnt intendod to. He Buggies, Wagons, eould not speak, but held the paper to as "our leading citizen," "a model of saw that I would surely break his toward us. My mother took and read piety," Supplies and Is better than ! nil head if ho should advance on me, and prepaiti "a pillar of religion." ruprlr the public with it, while I looked over her shoulder. In common with tills man's unhappy he did not attempt It. But never was The leaf was from a blank check book. niOS OFAI,L. KINDS. man in a greater ragol His leathery I On tho stub ho had written his address; family, sulTorvd all the severity of patriarchal government, nnd all the face almost turned green. Personal and promplatlention given to Wedding t the body waa a check on a Boston torments of religious fanutlclsm, du"Out of my house, you young rcpro-tat- e Parties and Iturlals, bank, payablo to the order of Amos ring my sojourn in his house. P. W. OK KEN, he you spawn of Belinll" At sunAt,. 1IUHNS, Manager Proprietor Jewett for one thousand dollar! wa squeaked, in a voice shaking with the "I can't take it I really must not," set of Saturday, begun, Sabbath disci- fury. and a aid my father. "Dorr, go and tell him deemed to have Scientific) American "I will go with pleasure. Will you pline harsher than that of tho peniten o." Agency for tiary was enforced. The Scriptures Rend my trunk over to the tavern?" I ran out of the house. Mr. Bostock "Ye. Clour out!" wore rtxMl and expounded through was already ono hundred yards off lay"I ing tho lash on the horse. I shouted to Deacon Hallcck's uoso. Morning and from want those books you took away me." afternoon tho family was marshaled "Take all your traps nnd leave!" on tho hill, forth to the meeting-hous- e I turned on my heel and went Into barren of shade, where the pooplc Bidding thu family OAVCATst. weltered in summer and froze in win- the dining-room- . I put on my cap and went TRADI MARKS. ter, as stoves in the latter season good-by- , DI8IQM would havo been deemed a suggestion ovor to the tavern. I had nut a cent COPYRIGHTS. sttoJ of tho adversary, At all times in tho in my pocket. jroTinronnBiioa unci tret) uananoot wrltAta MUNN A CO- - Itt IIHOAUWAT. NS7 YotlWi week levity was frowned upon and iJtdrwt barmti for securti'ir patents In Arnerlfsv HTeryitent taken outtr m ts bronsnt rWnrss discouraged. Tho stray copies of the the pubita by a notice gtrca free ot charge to U Boston papers that had been my deAlsDospberlc Oiygen, XcESfc light were vigorously confiscated, an the deacon had not the time to go. t rtrruUtlon of any trlenttfle paper In the over them with the scissors nnd clip world, hplviiaidly Illustrate!. No liitrllireot man should be without It. Weekly, out the sinful paragraphs. The few yeart fIJtiats wontha. AOdrws llflNN A CO volumes of history and poetry which I'fiiUKiitiis U 01 llroaoway. Wow Yurk CUr. I had accumulated by long' aud patient ..TAKK THK.. my precious books! were seized and put under lock and key, bt Aiwnmox until this Cerberus could look them ver and see If any of them wcro fit to c;cape the flames. Meantime, sending this decision, I was recommended 'AZ .Uuttsmi IimWjU'Wi a Otteato Ht & Jtrr. Sra. to prruse tho volumes of tho deacon's mall but select library, of which Bax(4th nn LooKNn hack AiDWAvrn nis hat. THE POPULAR AND DIRECT ter's "Perseverance and Best of the At. him; he looked back, waved hi hat to Saints," the lurid sermons of Bo v. .... 1. 1.VETO CO mo, and over the hill. Jonathan Edwards, and "Fox's Book fa Send IV ps; Wok ttti. I went back Into the houna and ref Martyrs," may bu elted as sHci-menTosttmontal ported. The Klrctropsi will cuie many cases cl uliease heie Kolhin ew worked like "Ho wants you to have It, Amo," M existence heretofore hod been chaim in my family ill. It hasGm II.Mr.in, a Ker aid my tearful mother. Co liitfton, Ky. one of toil and poverty; but love and "May Uod bles his gTest generous kindness had lightod it. To say that 1 It Is cerliinly a wonderfullns iHinentKnJ it is heart," said my father, with much emo- hated this new existence and its condi- more wunderlul as to how It dees work, yet il T dosit tion. "Iorr, my dear boy, you can go tions, is very feebly to express my feel- fl be veteran plow mansfactuier K.' Othellrlniey. ) Sou'h to the academy now." liulsville, Ky. ings. With the cured In the December before my majority constipation Klectrope se I haveUgtippc, bea ache trouble and CHAPTKR IV. the deacon's barn, situated some dis- lu. tuaihc, bid co4l, rheumatism; iiruialu. ton Visitors, remember lha Monon Is the 'line, with MOW 1 rL.A.fKHD TAB UllCOH. llltis, collr and piles Tbe results are wonderful, Vestlbuled Trains, Dining Cars, Palsee Chair I thought, at first, to dismiss the tance from the housv, caught tire, and cbiilt and fever hate seeocured In to mtuutrt. Cars, Pullman lluffct Slceprs, at lsrit rates. was burned to the ground. It was K. II. I.yle. Churchill, Ky events of tho two following chapters For Information address filled with hay, part of the crop from with a brief mention, as they do someAS. (V G IIAKKKK. O P A .. Chicsro the owner's furm, and some old disused CRUSH, l I' A Uuisvill what depart from the course of the narrative. But It has appeared better, implements, all of which were consumed. The deacon promptly collecton second thoughts, to withhold nothGo ing of the circumstances attending my ed the insurance, nnd it was cautiously whispered about that he had succeeded farewell to my northern home. And it Or STANI'OKI), KY , must not be said that the character iu getting his loss appraised at about The Famous Specialist, ts now fully organised and ready for busiacss will of Deacon II all celt is presented here as double the uutuil amount. But people f A a type of the men of that section. were very careful about repeating this To Visit Our City Professionally. Paid up Oapital.of V 00,000. ICecnly do I remember the kindness, story. 1'LOOO. Surplus, . The restraint and discipline to which the patience, the neighborly good will I was subjected brought on an explo- An Hxccllent Chance for the Sick SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL good works of the people in a comand and Suffering. HANK OK STANFORD, munity where poverty was the rule sion that winter. It was soon after birthday. I hrtd and hard toil was the common lot. my twenty-firs- t FREE CONSULTATION, Now closing up) with ths same assets aad)undai . the same management. Because the deacon happened to be vusltlngallttlo for my austere guardian . ttw n.A.ltlnnl a! It. S,..,.. tu&.lf ... .. I was no longer unconnected In a curious way with the to inform me that his Private Tartars at tbe fully protected as aie depositors in National der his direction, when I was resolved And esamloatiou at ans, us snarenoiaera ocing neiu inuiviuuauy final severance of my home ties and old Ul lit .muuuiui ihsii sine associations his picture is presented by hook or crook t i.,..ki my waj to Myers House, Slauford, Tuesday ua,e iu atlliv cslculvalue theieot, in addition to tbs therein the par Mississippi. In the meautlne I resolved I suppose that here just as he wa. smount invested in such shares. It may acta and Wednesday, Nov. 7th ciccutnr. adminutrator. trustee. Ac. as full as his kind is not yet extinct. This is au- upon a little unwonted personal and 8th, sn individual. A young people's slelghride to a tobiography; it should be complete. bulsmess to I tn.l dak. la m.,.,.1... From Tut'ay morning till VWInedy noon. ..To thoit who entrusted theirii.iiihi.i .a.un Li tavern up iu a gap of the mountains, w. Ill's The bounty of ourgenerous southern 11II.K .S.A ...Mt.'.ll V.ti.n.t It.nS) A, Stanford, wt we here tenderour many thanks and friend enabled me to have one precious with a supper and a dunce, had been trust they will continue to transact their businnsi well knew it would be Returning every four weeks during theyear with us. otfrlnp as aeuafantee far nrouirtt atten year at the academy, some year later, projected. I retion to ssme, our twenty years ospcrvaacc la and gave my father the mean to re- fruitless to ask permission; so pniin inni ntiif mcauiiiiuuu.lkjui a. are ivh plenish his poor stock and poorer farm solved to attend by means of that exsistMil with sound banking. tho sailors call "taking implements. But when he told Mr. pedient which niHacTOMs; Bostock that bad luck had followed French." In other words, I climbed I ). Williams, Mt. Vsrnos; ' of my chamber window at nine prophrry as well as out him, he spoke J..M. Ilsil, Manford; history. My poor father! He deserved o'clock, when the family were asleep. J.S. Owsley, Stanford; D!aster attended our homeward a betterfate. Misfortune followed misS.J. Kmbry, Stanford; way in the early hours of the morning, fortune; they came J K Lynn, Stanford; The harness broke; delay attended it.s J. K. Cash, Stanford; " Molalngls apiea, William Ceoeb, Stanlard; repair; it was long afterduylight when But In cattallcnt." , Ky A. W. Carpenter, Bach year the thin soil that overlaid we reached tho village. I know that S. 11. Shanks, President, the rocks grew .more grudging in itn my 'clandestine absence must have Dr. J II. Owsley, Cashirr, yield; a murrain carried off the cattle; been discovered, and I resolved to put W. M Hilghl, Teller ou tho matter. The deacon's hard work and anxiety prostrated my a bold face mercifully released family were nt breakfast when I mother, and death her. This stroke fell In my eighteenth walked iu. NATIONAL BANK The tyrant at the head of the table year. For awhile my father bore up OP STANFORD. KY. under his accumulating loud of misfor- glared wrathfully upon me. "Where liave you been, sir?" tune and sorrow; but when his creditor Capital Stock "Up at Snedlker's, with the sleighcommenced the foreclosure of the mort.HHHA 'slslHsr gage, both hope and ambition left him. ing party." Surplus assssT "Wretched youth! Your depruvlty lsssssssssssst He died the day after the place was Attention of the public is invited to th fac old; and if evor a man perished of a that this is lha only Nstinnal Hank in Stanford broken heart, it was he. Under the provisions of the National Hank Act by ths Twice, at his suggestion, at long Inrr depositors are secured not only liability capital Mlffi stock, but by the stockholders lor ao tervals, I had written to Mr. Bostock amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of to repeat our thanks, for his gift and this institution are sccurtd by a fund of $400,000. I)r Applernan, formerly ef New oil, now perFive sworn statements of theconditioti of the bank so to remind him of the poor New manently located III l.nuiaville, Ky , Is a graduate are mads each yearto the United States governprofHampshire lad in whom he had of Ikllnvue Hospital Medical College, New York ment and lis assets are eiamlned at stated timv Cliy, the most notable institution of its kind In by government agents, thus securing aJditilons fered so warm an interest. Later deAmerica, He has tnado a special study of the and perfect safety to depositors. me to recall the velopments caused This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in 185S, then dates of this correspondence. My first EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S63 and letter waa written upon my sixteenth as tbo Hirst National Hank of pen-piatur- THE ufiJDVOCATIB e high-pitche- d, ad-dro- ss HVSRY ST ABjLE FIRST-OLiAB- S nk i ts WsV assssssssT stsatssissssssss 3!P Usra-ee- o olf-deni- cures disease Without .Medicine. s. PoTs"wiiT M NOBTM "WJISST. WORLD'S FAIR lir dvsi-cpsU- , 1 OB. J. S. APPLEMAN Farmers fiank&Tnist b-e- u .1 - llli-ert- y. 1 Mllled-esilU- fSssssB!!! FIRST S3 S200,000 21,300 wM. And chronic Ihseaees in the great Ilellevuo and Ni w York City, and there-su- l s of this experience are many phenoinuul cures all over the State. He successfully treats Chanty Hospitals, Acute and Chronic Catarrh, Stanford in tS!i, has had practically an uninterrupted eiiitcDceof 11 years. It is better supplied now with tscilitles for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable caratr. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, Grins aud individuals respectfully sollc sunn Hulleok. " vtmr io you mea.n, you youzio imp?" Young ind Middle Aged Men U astounding. I will see you in the woodshed after breakfast." suffering from spermatorrhea and Impotmcyas the tesult ot se f.hbuse in souttirr esciiu i maI tnado no reply, but ate with considproducing some ol the mI other erable composure, whllo the commis- ture ytart effects suchcauies ns emissions, blotches, defollowing duilneis, erating glances of the deacon's big bility, nervousarss, defective ccofiisirii of Ideas, nnd seuuf boys sought my face. Sad experience avrrs on to scatty, unfits thtt n.einoiy for bimnes viclfrr, exhaustion which or narruge.aie permanai.tly cured by remedies told them what was coming. The meal over, tho deacon Indulged tot lujuri us In a long addendum of thanks for what we lrad received, mingled with pious Blocd ami Skin Diseases. denunciations of the depraved conduct As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , of one of the family. lit rose from the cured by never failing remedies. table and, with a motion to me, Diseases cf wiruen, men as J.rucorrhcJ, painful U'nmli. rsiifitartnnt marched out Into the woodshed- - I fol- Sl..at.,tl Inn beck, relieved Innfshort time tMarltii. down pams iu lowed promptly. Doctor carries all his portable Instruments The He reached down a great hickory and comes prepsred tnesamine the most obscure tnrtiici nuu urK" i w limb from the shelf and, bendlug and bu'xir-He undertakes nn incurable to die. trying It In his hand, ho addressed mo hundreds given up solicited Addre Currtaoudence with a sternness that was seasoned J S. APPLKMAN, M O with asavngo kind of glee us ho anticiLouisville, Ky. pated the diversion he was about to Write fiir Health Journal, free provide for himself. "Dorr Jewell, take off your coat. I ' DR. VT. B. VWNY hsve too long neglected my duty. The devil Is clnmorlnl; for your immortal Dcutibt, soul. I will chastise the adversary out fflics South sida Mala street, In office recen of tou. Talio oif your coat." Iiuatclied. up a heavy oak stvol Uiaj. I vicaUd by Dr. L, F. Huffman, Skinfold, Ky. s Ths Directory ol this Hank 11 composed ol HIukIkk in Knrs, deafness, diseases i f the eye, ear, throat, lungs, stomach, liver, kidney, ur nary and Korcstsis Keid, Lincoln county ; Madder, nervous prostratlou, diabetes, dyspcptla, S. T. Harris, Lincoln; constipation, rheumatism, paralysis, epilepsy or G. A. Lackey, Lincoln, tits, ilfmorruds, piles, cured without knlle, No J.W.Hayden, Stanford; pain aud no detention from wcrk. S.ll. nauhman,Lincoln; ted, J. S. Hockcr Stanford;' J M. W A. Trlbble, Stanford; D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. llill.Stanlord. K. L. Tanner, McKinnoy; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon. J S. Ilock-er- , President; John J. McKobcrtt, Cashier; A. A, Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. ""-Buc.ius. PuunitQ.s (ntum " Drop V USA k ouQsiri ABCOTrOD MtVUtJ POINT itt.'Muis.CXmrcsit llf yf .niN.un (J sUt) . ? t K&sV. 4 WlP ' sst sslis AJIJ MOrVt Ifl EtTOBIt tWiVOTOtJlU a Vln'RCTl 1 fUlllftkruiKrtRco.ffWtOr 11 "wisui sAin) HosrnwKT (?)AiCPOND ClslAlxVflU A5t. V3VnNIN WiE. ..t;,-. n.isim ntAisvnii.HisAiuiiiM fTMTTiTl Wt AriM i.wwi, ,...,, y.n , jT.yyfirifiyMv'il'i'iip'"i'yiW'''i't"','y " " 'j.iT "l"l"l'ipg" "r'iwg'yr'""f,'"r"i aijj4iijfi!j,4tf'-lt'iy"'M"- " jt, uwiw 'tUfHtUJaffimffiM'" ""I" ,4 ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KY., NOVKMUER A. B. Robertson & Brother. KY Nswlotof Zeigler boots and shoes just received at 8. II. Shanks'. f 4TANFOKD, I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Hournc and thoroughly Indications for Friday; "Generally renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, E. C. Walton, Business Manager fair; decidedly colder by evening." Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We are now thoroughly prepared 9 Call and see that lino of heating to wait on our friends. We have a large stock of Spectacles. MEANS BUSINESS. stoves at W. II. Wearen & Co.'s before Buy your school books nrul school supplies o! all kiiiila at A. K. Penny's. Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. It. Penny's. Tint lament stock of Drug. Medicines, Perfumery, Paiuta anil Wall Paper at A. K. Penny's. Prescriptions a specialty. PERSONAL POINTS. An elegant lino of wedding present 3, 1893 very cheap at A. U. Penny's. NEW DRUG STORE. Particular Attention Paid to Physicians' Prescriptions. Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. s buying. The Mcltoberts house, now occupied by T. M. White, will bu for W. II. Higgins. " rent Jan. 1. DANVILLE, we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. The people are getting great bargains at Penny's in watches, clockB, jewelry Do not Forget This 1. Wc are always glad to see and silverware. trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you long-looked-f- All of which Wm. Hard Times Sale i -- week. Mji. II. M. Powkiw returned from ChiAttention Hunters. A complete line of guns, rifles, loaded shells, hunting cago Tuesday niijht. Miss Vihoelike Uallakd returned to coats, all at bottom prices. W. B. Mc At last the wraps are hero. Come (Jatiio.v, of Pulaski, was hero this Severance Son. you. 2. No want, ask for cloaks and it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment and Bee them. always on hand. 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight. W. L. Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. S. G. HOCZSER, M. D. Dillion Wednesday. Boyle, is visiting her cousin, Miss Mary Hruce. P. W. Giiekx went with Cicero Reynolds homo to take a big hunt with him. Mil. It. 0. Hhadi.kv, of HarrodslmrK, the liKhtninK contractor, is attending Mil. CJkoikik Miss Roberts. m m Ktta Ykaokr, of OF FINK- - to state that it is only an open session of Turuersville Literary Society to be held night, and not an ''entertainment" as Stated. mm Wk are requested W. H. WEAREN & CO. Heaequarters for-- Real Wool Seal Pur Capes at only This newspaper will bo our tax book after Oct. 31st. All property, regardless Hiatt and wife, of Mt. Vernon, are visiting Mrs. Nannie Hiatt of ownership, on which the taxes aro unpaid, will be advertised without furand other relatives here. ther notice. J. X. Menefeo, Sherifl. Mil. ami Miis. Job Severance and Sam Walton Severance went to Shelby A Stankohd man who excurted to As advertised last week we put out an immense lot of handsome all to boo the knot well tied. Milwauke, Wis., from the Fair was bo Mas. Lou Shanks returned from Shel-h- anxious for his friends to know ho was wool novelty dress goods, 50 inches wide at 6jlf.c that were made to yesterday, where she went to attend so far from home that he wrote to seversell at $1.25 per yard. These have been almost entirely sold and in the woddinK of her neice. , al, dating his epistles at Milwaukee, order to give our Iricnds who have not been down an equal chance we Mns. W. H. O'Bannon and children Mich. And the worst of it is that he have selected a lot of our $1.50 and $1.25 dress goods and put them went to Hrodhcad Wednesday to visit didn't realize his mistake even when her brother, Mr.T. J. Frith. all out at told of it. W. II. Fkktwxu, has been made- conGeohoe Reynolds, who was arrested ductor on thii coal train on tho Clotir in Louisville on tho chargo of stabbing Creek Branch. Mlddlesboro News. Mns. J. 0. FumxxcK and Miss Lizzie Bully Bill Nowcomb at Brodhead, an acDavison came down froai Cumberland count of which is given in our letter from Gap Wednesday to make this their fu- that place, was taken to the scene of his crime. Ho confessed to the ofllcer that 1 ture home. Mil, anii Mns. Joii.v II. KimiY, of Lan- he committed tho dee I, although at first l'cr Yard. These are ccn better than the first lot and each and al caster, were over to see Mayor and Mrs. protesting that he didn't do so. have been sold over our counters at $1.50 and Si. 25 per yard. . I), W. Vandeveer Wednesday and lookWe appeal to the democrats to go to ed as happy as turtle doves. the polls Tuesday next and voto for MilTub current Illlustrated-Kentucki- an ler, Helm and McCIary. Tho two latter contains the picture of Miss Emma hayo no opposition but the republicans in itH galaxy of beauty. She is a are putting in silent, but effective efforts daughter of Gen. Gano, of Dallas, Texas, for Lay. Every American citizen of Afand niece, of Col. Welch, of this place. rican 'scont and every white republic au Mns. Eliza Postman and daughter,. will bo out iu force next Tuesday. Let We have seven Dress Patterns of finest real Scotch made novelty Mrs. Lirzio McAlister, havo moved to the democrats be as patriotic and all will Dress Patterns that sold at Si 5 that go in this sale at $5. Also vidour the Curtis Watts Iioubu on Lancaster bo well. Dc Kusse and several other weaves that were S15 to 20 all go now at street and Misses Maggie and Jennie A suit for bastardy was instituted yesHocker, who purchased the hoiiso they terday by Miss Elise Lackowitz against S a suit. vacatod, have moved into it. Miss IIosr Jones, of Stanford, is the Wm. Hinters. Tho young woman claims pleasant.guest of Misses May and Eva that under n promise of marriage sho yielded to tho fellow's entreaties and a Talbott. Winchester Democrat. The same paper says that Misses Jennie and little one was tho result. Hinters ran off Dovio Carpenter havo left that city after when he found out tho state ofcase and We also have about 15 extra fine novelty dress patterns in single a four years' sojourn and will probaDly staid away till ho heard the girl had manied, thinking no moro would be drcs lengths that were 5 14, Si 5, $16.50 and fiS that we ofier at S6T1 locate at Hopkinsville. said of it, but ho was mistaken, as tho Mirs Maiiy Clay Thompson returned S7. 50 buys a novelty pattern that was S23. will show. Miss Elise is Mre. Levin to Louisville Tuesday after a delightful suit now and while her husband has plenty stay of several months with her cousins, l. j ml J of property, he doesn't want to support tho Misses Lackey. Mies Thompson is beautiful, winsome and lovable, and nu- a bastard. ) mm merous hearts beat sadly as they realize Circiit Court. The grand jury final that while her stay was bright and love ly adjourned Wednesday after rinding r7 'Ac 54 Jauquards worsteds have been Si. 35. 115 indictments, embracing ly, it is past. nearly every f7 ic 52 navy and brown serge have been Si. offense known to tho statute books, in CITY AND VICINITY. 75c 54 myrth hop sacking have been Si. cluding incest. Green Guest, a Crab Orchard negro, was indicted for that have been S2. Si 44 inch silk and wool novelties Traik with Danks, tho Jeweler. . crime on the oath of his daughter, AnSi 54 in illuminated diagonals have been Si. 50. The g. j. has gone. Now let the boys nie, who swore that he had forced her We always have prices cheap but we have never before offered dress come home. repeatedly to submit to his embraces. J. Hoods at such prices. Remember that all of the goods in this sale II. Carter was indicted for keeping his EvKKYTiii.vn in the jowelry lino cheap store open on Sunday. If Mr. Carter arc the very finest qualities, while the prices are no more than you for cash at Penny's. can be convicted of this nearly every have been paying for very ordinary qualities. in the county will be liable Xick cottage on Mill street for rent. to prosecution for the same ollence. The J. II. Itaughman. larger number of indictments as usual A new window display every day at are for violating the liquor laws. Danks, the Jeweler's. The suitof Isaac Hamilton against EnFull line of heating stoves just re- gineers Niippor, Keyor, Martin, Burgess, We have been receiving new wraps every day for ten days past and ceived at Farris A Hardin's. Stevenson and Meals for i5 IS for a hnll The hard times has are showing a great many entirely novel designs. he built for them and which thoy refusFokSalb Cheat. A traction engine ed to take because it was not erected acnot hurt our sales one bit because we have such a choice line and of in good repair. Apply at this ollice. cording to contract, resulted in a hung fer them so low that that it is as easy to buy and pay for as in flush jury after occupying tho court for four Mrs. E. T. Uochksteu will soil her limes. You cannot find such an assortment of Cloaks in central Ky. furniture and other personal ellects Mon- days and the jury being held for 21 .... Ml t r you win oc surprised ai . we snow you. hours longer. There were only 11 iu day. tho panel and they stood eight for the Pleased to show the new goods even engineers and three for Mr. Hamilton. if you dou't want to buy. Dauks, the There were nearly a dozen lawyers in Jeweler. . tho case ami that accounts for tho length I!k up with, the times and seo tho of the trial and tho mystification of tho We have sold their duplicates at Ladies beautiful display of novelties at Dauks, jury. when vou see them. 13. tho Jeweler's. W. S. Burch having passed a satisfacmd misses' fine cloth jackets, with new collars and skirts and fu- rmm tory examination, was granted licenso to me black diagonal jackets at :rimmed at S7.50. 75. Dozens of Wk have a new und complete stock o practice law. He is a bright young man rubber shoes for men, women and chiland we hopo he will succeed in making lew shapec at S10, 12.50, 15, 17.50 and 20 that we can not take dren. Severance & Son. himself famous and wealthy in his prodescribe. pace to The melancholy days are come, the fession. saddest of tho year, but so far November Tho case of W. B. Smith for embezzlehas been ns bright and beautiful as Oct- ment has been on trial for the last two ober. Prof. Hicks warns us of a big days. Proctor k Idol, tho Danvillo see storm, however, between tho 7th and ing machine men, had him indicted for 10th. misappropriating $103 of their funds and 33 inch full coney fur capes 5.00. &Oun reporters at Mt. Vernon and there has been several continuances in 32 inch fine coney fur capes 10 00. Urbdhend send us important items that tho caso. Mr. Idol tells us that his firm 22 inch Gray Krimmcr Fur Capes 10 00. ought to havo boon sent foj our Tues- has lost $0,000 to $7,000 by agents and Circular Fur Trimmed Capes 10 00. New day's paper. We waut the nows when unless some of them can bo convicted it is fresh, gentlemen, so please don't do thoy will havo to quit business. Tho Silk Trimmed Mourning Capes 12 50. same firm had E. M. Colo indicted at this us so again. Hraid, Satin and Fur Trimmed Capes 15 00. court for stealing $200 from them, but he J. 11. Bailky bought 220 acres of land has skipped to West Virginia. Elegant Mourning Capes 15 00 to 19 00. . recently udjoining Shakertowu, Mercor 'Squire J. P. Land died suddenly at county, at $57. Part of it is tho farm ho was boru on and now ho has gone back his home near Moreland, Monday night there to live, taking with him tho good of apoplexy, aged 71. He was an honorable, upright man and had tho respect wishes of many friends here. . and confidence of his .community. A Little Josephine, daughter of Mr. and wife and four childreu survive him. MrB. G. O. Kaller, Jr., had her left arm II. J. Tilford, head of the firm of thrown out of place yesterday and her Bartley, Johnson & Co., large Louisville mother thought it was broken uutil she whisky dealers, is dead of typhoid febrought tho little one to town, when tho ver. Sir John Abbott, thn famous Canadoctor soon had the member in proper position again. dian statesman, is dead. DRESS GOODS. court this week. STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS Of all kinds. The most complete line of m y HEAT NG Ever in Stanford. : STOVES Prices according to the times. COMPETITION- - m - 67 1-- 2 Cents The Mf e of Trade. from every direction and in every line. $15for$5 PIECE KjcJJJXMkD fl All competent business men recognize this fact. Hence we court it Ga-n- o OTHER NOVELTIES- - In our Clothing, Cloaks, Boots and Shoes both for ladies and gentlemen, boys and children. In our Misses Cloaks we have no equal. Our Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets and Trimmings of every kind have been pronounced the best and as cheap as eer olTcred. Step by step we have climbed the Ladder of Public Favor aud we have done so 'by selling good goods and making our word good when wc sell them. It has always been our aim to conduct our business on business principles and we shall continue to do so even though wc do not realize our expectations. We shall offer some WE CHALLENGE IT Special -:- - this week, in every department. Our Dress Goods and Cloak Stocks are immense. Our Overcoat and shoe stock is too large and the public must help us to carry them. Our way is to give you more goods than your money is worth, and this we intend to do this week. Come and see and let us reason together about this matter. Inducements HUGHES & TATE. Ii. B. KING. GEOKGEB. I'REWITT. -- mm KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line ol Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods which we Clothing arc marking store-keepe- r Boots, Shoes, Hats, GroceriesHardware, down lower than ever. New Cloaks and Capes. I We arc daily receiving our Fall Goods, Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you money. are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. 3T-- I. BUXTG Sf FHEWITT. OUB i C&OAK! :!. DffiUGS, BOOK! S 9 -- AND- -- c;fcJ:es B. SCHOOL : SUPPLIES Prescriptions Carefully Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. Compounded Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. Wo Bo MfoHMDBIEMT Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. 9 m m m iLsriErw" -- $5.00. Robertson & Bro. Danville, Ky. FAILJL b WINTIEM All In. Come and Seo. Goods are- - GOODS -- MY- H. J. McROBERTS. "W C Semi-Weekly Interior Journal MUSIC. I To the Editor Interior Journal.) THE LAST OF THE FAIR. An I JM.LICO, ThNNUSjSUE, How it Virginia Geutlfiiitin ItldcH Tliroiich Tho mo9t popular of nil the aria is tho Great Show. lit. Air. SAM II WARNACK.l'ror. nrfof tninic, yet It is Chicago, Oct 31. Anybody that hna Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. Isn't this it f tinny team of rreso? It Pabltshod Every Tuondtty and Friday abused. The reason for tho one moat been hero for tho lust week anddqrs not .belongs to a man down in Orange, Va., London, - - KENTUCKY. thia beuiR thp AT 8? PKlt YJCiVlUN" ADVANCE fact, is that jta high meauinj; ia eo littlo believeuhat tho "Windy City" ia tho unmed Dr. Mollridc, who caught ilve Refitted ami reftitnihd and in every i ypre. a sample hoii.l In the city and tlioimly one with The beat undertooil. It is conpidcred eo much right name for it ia hard to convince of wild gecK) and "broke" or trained pared to attrml the wants ot the public Kates row fer druinmrrs Ktpecia attiMitlott Vheu not so paid $2.00 will be charged."" to the traveling public Nile l. 51 S10 in tho light of an amusement and ao fit an absolute fact. The crowd of viaitors them to drive iu lmrnei.s. Ho wiy they vciy teat liable tie as h means of education that Its se- iu the city is still immense and will bo pull n littlo boutwhiuh he has built for himself through rious purpose ia Ion 6Uht of, ven by for several days yet, though CARD. Tax-Payer- s. K.C. LOCAL TIME trains rapidly, and that ho is tho wntor very E3 inuiicnletudonta and teacher. What is. are goiug out heavily ljulen with humau balloon like that showngoing to maUoii in tho picture. ' now past due and will he Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a, in., returning this art to which atudentfl are devdtin - T'le'Vj'ra'e freight every 21 hours. What a fearful But perhaps that won't work. at j:o p. m. wietieu in the Sheriff's ollfce at the my near so much time? Dr. McUride writes to a Louibvlllo of Camo to bay place Texas Maywimd, on the 17th an.l Ky special appolntret tits as prescribed b. the Wherein ccnaieta ita1 responsibility tho train dispatcher" have mare pouy. Owner cau get no revenue law Deputy Shenlf (). r July, a L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Sw I great power? Many definitionaof music hml had resting on their shoulders sinca paper: her by paying foi her keeping and this nolle. Ian.l ill hciii Crab Orchard etery Saturday W V STKPHFNSON. or my deputy j ill be in my cilice at all time, "Last winter I innde of light, ,u 7 pm have been given, but they are without tho Fair began ! The traiu we came over nd Mail train gome North t MwiKd, Ky, .. ...113 pm exception South " " wood a little frame wlthtoi'l ten a. advertised by Shrritr official notices. he imperfect. Tho power of on last week like all the rest waa crowd11 31 pm Express train ' South ,f lJ,hc,,(r has rendered ' North...., ..33a a music is ao great that in tho legeuda of ed with passengers who expected moIt impassible us to canvass for taie this year. .. 9 36 a Lcal Freight North............. m all nations the invention ".llf,rt0,o, l'enc;soall tuxes if t.e ;!"-- . of tho art ia mentarily to get into a wreck, on tho - ,..ao;p South.. ' niormance totntnCM tere-Si? iVJ. Th latter trains also carry passengers Having secured the services ot Miss Mattlc Al10 me uous. The Grecians at least signal of which there would havo whose len from t'lnctnnatl as Iriiumer for thia ean I paid alter tV"r ,,,T'T will find tat remains unTh above it calculated on standard timt. Solar tributed peculiar 1st his propeityor powers to certain keys; been an impromptu cordially invite the ladies to inspect a cirfullr ime Is about so minutes faster, prayer meeting advertised wlthnm 1... .. ; selected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the iinnnciai crisis wlilrh nnu. ..1.1. . .. . some wero suited for peace, eomo for when every ouo aboard would have been tunus. Ihc Missts Webtter, of lndlaoapolia, have toInleW neewsary that I collect every dollar QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. war. The invention of music ia record- more anxious to take part charge of tho Dreia Making Department and are the lasts, as can not e.pect that help of .than is tho now ready to serte the ladiea. th i,.k.wl.lch ha heretofore caused me ("be ed in the 4th chapter of Genesis. If in- caso iu tho regular weekly prayer meetTrams pass Junction City as follows: MISS LICCIE nEAZLRV, lenient with the tax I'lease profit by th" Stanford, Ky. No. t , Vestibule Limited. 11. Jo tended only for an and settle at once HSouth.bound Ketpeclliil.y, amusement, if it has ings in Stanford. a. m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, 3.55 a. m.; No. 5., not a higher N. MENfcKK.E.M L. C. i mission, why does the HI New Orleans KxpreM. ft 7 a. m ; No. 7., Local, Harvey Helm began shaking hands ts.lap. m.; No. 9 , ttlue Grass etibule, 840 p. bio mention ita origin? with every man he met as soon na we -North bound. -- No. 3, v'estibule Limited, 6.4s The power of music was early felt and atruck thia crowded city, but when I re CSv THE P. 0. MILLINERY. p. m.; No 4., Fast .Mail. a.SJ P " . f .jj " appreciated. David played before Saul minded him that he waa out o( his disLimited, j.17 a. m , .so. 0., R. D. BRUCE K0. to, Slue tiniss special, 0 a ra. to drive away the evil spirit. Is Agent lor the Jones Lock Wire Fence and it is When trict he gave tho boys a rest, though at Call at the room and see the prrnnuticrd by the Farrrers to be the best Wire God gavo tho Decalogue, lightning was times afterwards, the fact that ho is a Fence In the world; no cutting, no suagring; pig seen and loud thunder heard, but above candidate was manifested similarly. tiEht and bull stronir uall on I M liriice at and Boat Soloctod or It D llruce at Danville, Ky all, wo are told, wero heard trumpet runners a tricyclo hlcltfli ojmI uuulu n, Stanford address Stock Last Sunday an excursion steamboat aounda. Thpre are numerous other in- from Chicago to Milwaukee, Wis, S3 mile nnd a quarter per mlnuto on tho Of Millinery in town The gouds and prices are bound to please you. stances recorded in the Bible where mu- miles, on Lako Michigau,had passengers Ice, riding In a circlo. Tho feeling1 of 10 MRS. P T COURTS. sic was used In connection with Divine on board from every Stato in tho Union, going nt that rate through tho open nir Is something grand nml wonderful. manifestations. But leaving'tho good except Vermont There,. wero about The wind whistling byyottr our liken Book, let us hear what men of genius 2,700 in all and seasickness seemed to bo tornado, causing tho tears J. M. PETTY, to flow say of this art. Shakespeare's works are popular. About half tho number wuro thick nnd fast, made it necessary for The Gun Maker at Lancaster, will be in Stanford NICHOLASVILLK, Je.samtne County, Ky , iuii 01 allusions to music. Iu ,the 12th decidedly and distinctly articulating tne to use n glass over my face to keop oue day of each month f.ir tho purpmc of getting repairs. Work left at the M)eis Mouse or Mack .Night the duke aays to his musician: "New York" at tho samo time. If it from freezing." Huffman's will be sent to him and will receive prompt attention. Old guns or pistols made gvod SEAL ESTATE Give me tsomo music; that piece hi song, makes one any Bicker than did this to .1lliie rndrr tiro He. AGENT, as new. We have nil heard nlxmt tho Dritish lhat old and antique uong we heard last Bail on tho oceau, you'll pleaeo excuse all Jffisoitfely night: coal aud iron mines, tho galleries of Room j, I armcrs Kschange lUnk. Me thought it did relieve my passion of ua from taking a sample. Wo thought which extend far out under tho Atlan our time had come. Ono of the many tic much; Stock, Grain, Market and TobacA cream of tarter baking pow- aioro tnnu light airs and recollected pleasing features of the trip was tho sing- few ocean, but thcro nro, perhaps, very American that know that tho co Farms in tho Blue-Gras- s term?, ing of "Old Kentucky Homo" by a love- most extensive undcr-ooeuder. Higest of all in leavening Full stocks el fruit and ornamental trees, grape mining opasparagus, small Latest United States Of these most brisk and giddy paced ly quartette of young ladiea from erations in the world nrv. carried on vines, usually found in Iruits, shrubs, and strength. nursery e.talllshinent. times. Ky., tho 2,700 voices joining along the lnelfic cnruit of thia conti- We sell direct to the planter and hav no agents Always fer sale. Alw Timber Lands in the mounGovernment Food Report. tains for sale. Correspondence solicited. Although Httlq of theBcience of music in the chorus nith an enthusiasm that nent. At Nnnnimo, IL C, thoru is a. Catalogue on application K H1L1.KNMKYKK. H CO., was known at that time, wo might learn R0YAL1BAKINGIP0WDER coal mine, tho shaft of which extends LeimgtDn, Ky made it appear thut the whole crowd pevnrnl from Shakeapearo and uso only that 106 Wall St., Now York. hundred feet below the ocean was from tho Blue Grass State. The bed nt that point All tho galleries of which is good, avoiding the popular and H. COAL finest residence in the world, it is eaid, tho mine, aggregating something like A. S. that intended only to amuse. KIRE AND STORM is in Milwaukee, owned by the twelve miles in length, are entirely 01 Rowland, Hanford and Vicinity; SURGEON DENTIST. The Reformation was not only a revival German brewer. Tho people unuer inc ocetn. n.M.1 of religion, but also an awakening of mrr.nrMmatits w 1th the Kast Ten- Office over McRoberts Drug Store. In the spread on stylo thkk and fast and nothOwsley Building. Dense jeUlcoCoal Co., am now prepared to sell A Nloo IMitlnrtlnn. aong. it was Luther who laid the foun... Representing you Jelltco i;oai at inc iowcii pui ing hardly but a coach and four goes, Stanford Timmlns Can your daughter piny find lhat by paving cash and selling for dation for German mupicul art. Out caah I can tell much cheaper, so come and w me Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Tho horses all look like Kentucky thor- the piano'1 of the German Chorales, many of which and sec how Unit money will buy our Winter oughbreds. I don't know supply ut this Coal, the best on the market. Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; were written by Luther, grow Bach and Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a ' n or not. but site tloesl I witnessed the closing excrriea of the !' yours, ctntlouance of same, am respectfullyRowland. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Handel. Their compositions, although S D. ADAMS. Fair at Music Hall yesterday afternoon, I will open on January ifith, 189J, a Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol written nearly two centuries ago, still Ins. Co. of North America. which consisted only of a prayer or two Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Row- preserve their charm. the best plaster Dampen a n All ef which are The popular and the passing ot resolutions, etc. The with Chamberlain's Pain Ilaln and bind it over tne Companies. I wouU land at the following prices, delivered : D. S. be pleased to ait o rimy friends in this line. Pol. seat ol pain. It Is better than any piaster when Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents song, such as "After the Ball," pleases assassination of Mayor Harrison Saturicics nromotlr issued. Will in.n. ,..i..) the lungs are tore such an application 00 the chest At the well. known old stand ol J. 11. Green, In does, wind storms aud lightning Lightning claus. 10 cents lor tne time; it is hummed, whistled Salmmed Milk, per gallon on between and day evening caused the omission of an and another otten the back, pneuionla the shoulder esattachit! without additional charge blades, will Is 8 cents Bungin . Milk, per gallon Butter all keys, tempi, times and inten- elaborate programme that had been ar- nothing so good torprevent back or a painThere the Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky, Office at Pint National Hank, Stanford. a lame in I will mike two trips dally. The patronage ni the sities, then follows another which passea side. A sore throat can nearly always be c Jred tn be glad to see his numerous friends andWould PEYTON, ranged and the occasion was to have one n cht by applyioir a tlannel bandage dampen- show them his stock of goods consisting ol rurnisublic is solicited. jj G. A. Stanford, Ky through the same stages, 1 jr. ed with Pain Halm. to be worn out been a grand jubilee. llugglcs ana r arming ture. Saddlery, Hardware,a ealf II McRobcrts, Irug-gl50c bottles for sale by W. and cast away. Ask at your music store Implements. Give him 47" Stanford. Those who did not see the wonderful for songs popular fifty years ago aud never hope to have the World's Fair can ..STANFORD you will And that the music dealer can- faintest idea of ita niagnitudo and aa to STANFOUD, KY WAUL ACE VARNON, F. B. RILBY.lProprlotor, not accommodate you. Ask for Han what a conglomeration there is in the SALS STASIS, FEES la a candidate for to the office of Coun- 1IVSHT, London, - -- - Kentucky. del's "Messiah," which was written by a oternal fitness of things. ty Judge; siibject to the action of democratic partSrktaw. yI have moved to my new Hotelland am better compoer who lived two centuries ago and At John Minefee'sn'w brick on Dtpat stieet, b1 prepared than ever to accommodate the public. you uau have it in any form. This Hotel, renovated and refarnithed. It now LONUON, LAUREL COUNTY. When Good Livery attached and every convenience dein tuy charge and Intend to conduct it m as to GIVENS V. RAMSEY, sired. Give me a call, mutt Handel was told by his sovereign that not only maintain its high reputation, but 10 add Mrs. W. B. Catching is down with FRANK RILEY. rang mi 01 irunos w 77 Special accommodasubIs a Candidate lor County Judge of the performance of the "Messiah" had Who will atall times u i 1! t. ... cnniuate all tions for commercial travelers and fiot rotMt.fur pneumonia. Mis Mary Dull, ono of the ject to the action ol the Democracy. Lincoln, afforded him much pleasure, the com- Laurel Seminary with good rigs at rcasuuable rates. My 'llusill thedlsploy of samples, teacbera, is down with meet all K drains. poser replied: "Your Majesty, I did typhoid fever. J. D. Pitman ia getting .A!Flrst-Clas- s Snloon O. P. not intend to amuse or afford pleasure, I along very well with a case of typhoid; Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached SPLENDID FARM Having purchased the subject lia candidate f meant to make the world better." In The Knights of Pythias furnish nurses the Democratic fr Jailer,lie would 10 the aetion ol JOSKPH COeTBV party appreciate your vote his Oratorios- Handel left his noblest leg- who are in constant ntteudar.ee. : acies to the world. The first time tho I will sell privately iails Branch Jcllico Coal Co., Matt Weaver, brother of W. 1 Of J W. Ramsev, lam Increasing the stock as 'Messiah" was given in London, JOHN M. JOHNSON in 1741, Weaver,.county superintendent, died at 1 it u possible and will soon have it Miners aad shippers el the GENUINE Is a Candidate far Asicsmref Lincoln county My Splendid Farm of 1G0 Acres, the audience arose and remained Btand- - ing during the Hallelujah chorus, so hia homo in Bushes Monday iiight with, ftubfeet ta the at liar, nt the DdMuAf rtic nrtv. ParThis farm rfititaMd i' usilei Sosrthof Stanford tho prevailing disease, lid Adams, of and has plenty of i. i. . k,i.b .ii. nt moved were they by this soul inspiring color, a respectable plasterer, died iu Ha But i acre Try it. Wear the sele agent u, Manford land the beat ul water All in A. GIVENS RawlatKl. Olhte corner ol Depot street aad railJJTi at my store on Lancater street and I will music. Wednesday night with "the la a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- thevrty btstof imprveisits Manlotd, Ky London road crosung. W. V II YS, i7 if mane it to your interest to trade with me 6 Handel has shown us the solemnity eamo disease. Typhoid is epidemic in ject to the action of the Democratic party. HIGGINS A WATTS. J II.SOWDBR. W. C. HUTCH. NCS. and grandeur of music; Bethovon, ita Laurel. W II MlUXll. 3 depth, ita majEtv, its immortality; Mr. J. F. McQuary, people's candiMILLER & SOWDER, A. G. Lnnhatr Schumann, its romance; Ohopin, ita poJohn 11. Cattleman. date for tho Senate, waa nnuounoed to Ita candidate for JVK-r- subject to the action cf etry aud tender melancholy. speak here Weduesday, but the crowd the democratic party MiKIWVEY. KY 'I he great composers were men of nowaa so small that he adjourned to Pitte-burhave '.ought aVrt mentiened. Hotel at G. V. D1SBORI) ble souls; their music lifts us to a higher and have attached a to meet larger audience the same sphere aa wo lidten to th beatings of night, tho 11 present agreeing to go Is a Candidite for Jall-- subject to the actios oi First-ClaBar and Pool Itoom. Doalors and Brokers, their own hearts. This soul language along and hear him and Brother Dyche the Democracy. Have repaired and relarulshed the Hon.) and utters what words cannot express: Well croes ia niies. - KENTUCKY STANFORD, am better than ever M. u LIVERPOOL. did Shakespeare Bay to Jessica. A. K. Dyche, candidate for senator, Office Interior Journal Huilding a Candidate for Assesser, subject to the action Prepared to Accommodate the Such harmony is in immortal aoule, and B. F. Johnsou, caudidate for couu-t- y Is But Public. BAKBEE&CASTLEMAN Does whiiu this muddy vesture of decay bcuool superintendent, wero adver- of the democracy. close it in, wo cannot hear it. I Special attentionjto Commercial Men tised to Hpeak at M. J. Stansberry'e, MANAGERS," Let us accrpt music as a moat precious Tuesday. P. F. Stillings and tho writer Oran Farm ot 3J3K acres on pine i Fine JOE CARSON, MVaVger0,tI:r:N'rr010'- Is gift and let our highest and holiest feel- went to hear what the gentlemen had to of a Candidate for Attessor, subjectito the action and finelyllltie iinptvveu. Commerce Building, Louisville Democratic party. the ings be expressed by thia noble, grand, say, but as there wero only two present Offered a. Farm of 100 acies, finely Improved Agents throughout the South. and as we learn from Revelation, this besides Squire Rtansberry'a family the at low pnci. In high 4 Fine Hlue Grass Farm, of tosacrer, speaking was postponed forover. W. A. IZZZZLZX Lscal Agent, eternal art. Is a candidate for to the office of Asd oted low of cultivatK n, w'l The finest fruit belt of New Meslio. N0 Sue S. Millhouskr. sessor, of I.lncolu County, subject to iction of the state in crops under irrigation If STANFORD, KY. Good tire All fruits grown in California cao'be democratic party. Stanford Fomale College, Nov. 1. o. 5. Farm of 141 acres, near R. K. station. Bent on killing himself becauso be Kruwn blie grass land; will sell cheap. 'nK" "' lemons. to Jjo per acre on 10 years' tune, at bad bad trouble in bia family, Henry W. L. DAWSON, y, Htue Grass Farm ol 13a acres, on pike, 6 per cent. Call on or address, Guaranteed Curo. Duinraerfruit, aged GO years, of laud; low auea from Stantordj good R.C.MORGAN, D D. S. We authorue our advertised druggist to sell you ot price and on easy terms. Is candidate Ind., climed a tree nnd tying thea democracy. far jailer, subject'to the action Staulord. Ky. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cost for the Next Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you I.Will Sell at 8 ton. Town lots In Sttnford In areas to suit a rope around his neck and the other are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, 30 Days purchasers. Throat or Client Trouble andwill use this remedy end to a limb jumped off. The rope ITo-giving: Tne entire stotk ofxoods 0f D. G, Slaughter, de- according to directions, on nav ita fair trial and broke and be suffered only a broken leg acre fine farm witli ece lent 17. expenncc no benefit, return the bottle ceased at his storehouse in the town oi Crab Orla a candidate for Jailer, rubject to theaction of mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike, nq have rour monev refunded. We could not choking. He then cut the old JeiTcrsonUn democracy. chard, Ky. This is a large anH well assorted make thia offer If we 4 miles from btanlord. , My mother, Mrs. Kate Duddtrar, did not know that Dr Kings and a severe jus re stock of goods, all new, consisting of division tarm, Large it smaller farms. Desirable capable ot parliou turned Irom therm, wuh nn .1 :.. has r mil. uiscoverycouiu t?c relied upon, it never both wrists horribly with his pocket In every Into Iinery, embracing disappoints. Trial Jottles free at A. R. Penny's Dry Goods, Clothinsr, Boots and drugstore. Large site joe and $1. knife, quenching his thirst with the lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. B. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, blood that flowed from the wounds frame building; well finish36. Good A Leader. on Main street, in Groceries, &c. This did not kill him and he then with Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of ed feet front, aoo back. Eastern part aof btauload. Of the seasn, of which she will have Will sell at bargain. Since Its first introduction, Electric Bitters has lull control-Sh5 the Democracy. alto cngagil a gained rapidly in popular favor until now It is a pointed stick stabbed himself in the Come at once and secure bargains, Small farm of 19 acres on Margins Fork clearly in the lead among puro medical tonics and abdomen repeatedly, tearing bis entrails. 37 Firt-Glas- s Will eschsDxe for stual house and lot ur sell at Dress-Makealteratives ccn taming nothing W. HAYS, GOES useasa beversgeor Intoxicant; itwhich permits Its Ho became unconscious from this, durlow price on easy terms. Is rccognlieJ as the best and purest medicine for nil ailments of Is a candidate lor aller, subject to tho action ot .. my , n ll.u m'... . At first cost. Remember that the first to come ii tne Stomach, Liver and Kidnes. ltwtllcuie ing which bo waa found by his family. ..A...... .. u..i: l.nm CLMfOfl h,in ?,? Ie,xm'ne'our ,toc.k of Millinery belore (9. small larm 01 00 the Ucinociacy. orde'' rK'Li?'"11"' past favors we your drcss. the first served. we Ill nproved, at a bargain. Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and negro tried to asyou fer At Qrhmd0. Fla., a solicit tame. It. H. BRONAUGH, Admr. 7 drive Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guaranteed with each bottle or the money will be re- sault MirWtillie Lanbach, but she was 31. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. Turncravire, Fine Dine grassland, funded. Price only 50 cents per bottle. Sold by an usually stout woman and was too I candidate for jailer, subject to the action ot frosts on pike, with good Improvements and nice A. R. Penny, Druggist. young orchard. Price low. much for him. He then tried to choke the democracy. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. Are your children subject to croup? If eo. von and cottage, nicely nnd 33, Hotel, her but her strength waa too great. Findshould never be without a bottle of Chamberlain's located, near depot In London, Ky. conveniently C)ugh Remedy, It is a certain cure for croup, SAM 91. he could not accomplish his purMaeroomsin dwelling, four rooms in cottage. and hat never been known to fall. If given freelv ing that buildings. hor by throw- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- Moro house of 3 rooms All newFine locationAlso as soon as the crauny cough appears it will prevent pose, he tried to cremato for gflod barn. Lot 3ox 300 feet. thsattack. It it tae sole reliance with thoutsnda terms. hotel. Will sell cheap an i on and setting fire to her ject to the action of tho democratic rrimary. store and Dr. E. C. Wttt' Nirva and Brain Treatment 01 mothers who have croupy chUdren. and never ing oil on her la eald under poeltlre written guarantee, byauttror-tie- diappointsthem There is nodangerinjrivlDgthis clothing. Help arrived at this juncture amenta only, to cure Weak Memory; loes ot Remedy In large and fitquent doses, aa it contains D. KSXXXIX5 Drain and Nerve Tower; lioet Manhood: Qulkne; nothing Injurious. 50 cent bottles STANFORD, 6.Y. and the girl was saved. The negro esMight Iossea; Evil Pre&ras; Iick ot Confidence; For sale by W II. Mckoberts, Druggist, Stan- caped. Nervoeaaeee; Laaettude; all Drrins; Loes ot Power ford. Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count, sub. WVare In our new stable in the Opera Houm ot th Generative Organs In either aei, caused by wortn music ror Mrs. Hiram Brittain, wife of a prosper- ject to the action of the democratic primary. Youthlul Krrora, or Kxcerslve Ureof ia tn rvtite. or lovely latent, aire, inny Blockland are well supplied with I II.IIU Ill) cr.irus. fuli beat Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been In the drug busTobacco, Opium or Idquur, which eoon lead to Marlboro, 0., last of trut pop. nualltr. sheet musicnnd the "MibtT, Couaumption, Inrunlty and Ueuth. By mail, iness at Blktoa, K.jr , for the past twelve ears, ous farmer living near vocnl Him MMU..i'....n ..n ,III .,a m..., instrumental SI box; 0 forts; with written guarantee to cure or says; "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gives bet- week presented her husband with twins. - Ala. .an. Mian ..n. .. ,u... I..D OCSS.aU ITUllCU UIJ Teftmd money. WEhTHCOUOHHYUUP. a certain ter satisfaction than anyother cough medicine I ner. Iiicludlng four large, ale portraits, via; ur tor Ooutfba, Colda, A 'turns, Ilronchltla, Croup, ever sold." There is a good reason for tnis. No About 18 months ago triplets were born ' trmcnclta. the Spanish Havibcen purchtted and nothlngbut MThoopiac CoumIi, Kore Ihroot. Pleasant to take. Is a Candidate fer Jailer of Lincoln county and Adella Pattl.and cure a cold so quickly; no other ia so certheitren 7..W...i. ihfi nonulnr tiaatlt r. Jlrs. urn uts w.n leave ths stable. .. HmaJl Ue dleoootinued; old. 60c. alze, now2Sc.; old othera will Ad to this couple, making a net increase of asks his friends not to commit themselves to any Dion lltiuciciiuii, tain preventive and cure for croup; no other 91tUe,now60c. OUAIU"TKa Isauod only by one else, as he Is forced to stay at home and work. jfesa all orders to NKW YORK MUHICA. I. so much relief In cases of whooping cough. five in the family within a period of 1 His eandidacv it itihlce t tn th arttnn a! th n.m. liLlltl. iiroaawur niemiro uuuuiu,.i. t. Give For sale by W. B. McRotjerts, Druggists, Stanocratic party. " years. ford, Kv. A. R. PENNY, Sr33Mai3MiMcaa0Ma3MMMa -1,-00 J. Man Sees the Curtain Fall on The FUNNY TEAM OF GEESE. THE OLD JACKSC1T SIOTJSE, Th.o Floronoo Hotel, 3 T-Rrf- S. i TO All court-hou- se well-season- -1 ;o-4- TO THE LADIES. .r 1 ' L, 1 -- I ,,,,.. ,i JCzzr v- 2; Attention, Farmors. ygktm. '& post-offi- ce Largost QUITS RJF AIRED. J. T. FARR&, i n,AME m. Hawdet J Pure Orchard, Lawn, Gerden. n e, avery-thui- g 5i-?- m PRICE, TO BURNERS J. MUGHMAN, CTWni well-know- n 1 INSURANCE AGENT u.i-gi- n. 1 i:i''- First-Cla- ss -- I 1 4e-j- m CARPENTER, first-cla- ss i... 91-- t, THE RILEY HOUSE THE 60FFEY HOUSE E. -- n JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 JAMES W. J. Pro'r., COME to SEE ME. Business HUFFMAN Grocery - For Sale Cheap Privately. j7-t- Complete in Every , tlcular. Original Jcllico Coal. DINK FARMER , Commercial I ss ROYAL OF Hotel, g REAL -:- ESTATE 11 insurance r, Company F. ELKIN, JNO. BRIGHT PROPERTY FOR SA.E. E. D.KENNEDY, The Feoos Valley. 'p, ! fl il,.i"-Me"0V'"- NOTICE. Lnw-reneebu- ri;, Hlue-gras- s JOHN BAILEY, Ninety-thre- e Milliaory. ii.' I iv blue-gras- s Fur--nitur- e, JOHN MERSIION two-sto- ry e EVERYTHING W. an--.- .. r. PETER HAMPTON, OWENS, store-hous- e YEAGER & YEAGER, ea-- y d T. NEWLAND, ovr-xerUo- n; I T. J. HATCHER t II V ;new bios and:horses; flrst-claa- dancer-Pnderews- a Stanford. them a Call. "ZXKitr'sJ. l.iJ.x jiAjfcwrfci-- ha. i. rTZtitmt t"jnau- - msr'.t hi iiw nMwailiitiiii'l . ir,- - uMMia rfeL'jT.?'