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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893110701 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. Weekly Interi OR Jou RNAL. VOL. XXI. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. IS,-00- STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1893. GRAB ORCHARD. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. d NO. 72 l v i 0 J. W. Guest, of Danville, waa hero it. F. Goodo bought in Casey a lot of At Brownsville, Tenn., Wosley How-nrTho court of iUi.iiu i1lu.oil over thlp wt'ok. feeders at Be. nt its prcsunt term. wns accidentally killed while on his There waa n danco nt Mrs. Iaura sire way to bo married. Axtellis tho only Born, to Mr. nnd Mra. T. It. Malum, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Moore's Inst Thursday night, which tho' with tvo of his et in tho 2:20 class. Monday niirht, n liov. on last John Baugh aud Miss Lizzie, the Sam T. Harris bought of J. W. Ad-n- pretty daughter of M. P. Hubble, were Elder K. 11, Robertson's meeting at lovers of tho fun greatly enjoyed. 5U1 1893. Tho sales of tho goods of D. G. three 1,100 pound feeders at c. married at Mr. John Long's, Friday the Christian church continues with Full corpt of Conwrvatory ami Normal School teachers, Superior course! in Literature, Muilc great interest being manifested. There Slaughter aro nvernging over $100 por Wanted to rent a farm. About 100 Both pnrties live on Green River. An. Excellent bonrdlns department. Catalogues arid circulars furnished on application. day; pretty good for the hard times. Liavo been ten additions acres preferred. Jen" D. Jones, StanJ. Fletch Marcutn, late editor of tho There will bo n Bong porvico Satur- ford. Mr, J. A. Butler left Friday mornCatlettsburg Democrat, was married last John Beok sold to Cofley, of the week to Miss Helen Logan, of Carter ing for N. 0., bia former homo. Prof. day night before tho second Sunday in 12. 12. Wood, principal of the Institute, thin month nt tlio Christian church to West hud, a buuch of fat cattle at 3 county. May they live long nnd proswns not able to bo nt school Thursday which all aro invited. Its object is to centH. per. Miss Inna Schilling, of Richmond, John Kelly has marked three horses nnd Friday, but wo hope- nothing seri- learn some now music for tho church. DANVILLE, KY. Tho "Aurora Literary Society" of below 2:(W: Direct 2:05, Directum 2:03 ran off with a drummer named Harry ous is tlio matter with him. W. heater In in Louisville tlie rollet'o gnvo (iiiito n nico entertain nnd Fhing Jib 2.01. and married him. In a month The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. Mrs. 0. Stroth At tho Hale of Middleton & Rosp, ho deserted her and it now turns out visiting her daughter, MIm Gertrude, ment Friday. The recitations and en With full course ol Miyly, both En;llh and Classical. While tho course ol instruction Is espesayB worn very creditably rendered by in Sholby, 21 registered Jersey cows and that he has another wife and several cially adapted to prepare young men for the Frcshmau CIais, it 11 intended at the same time to who is in school there. Hon. 0. W. a liberal English education to any who demo it In connection with the Academy, children. and Capt, 8. V. I). Stout, left Satur- tho girls, and tho debate by tho young heifers brought an average of H'S. It. S. men wns especially good. They nro takLeauder Davison bought of Krnamua Mr. J. C. McClary has received an day for Somerset to attend court. A Dunn, of this county, MS head of 1,150- - inyitalion to tho marriage of his cousin, Crawford has returned from I'ineville, ing great interest in tho debates. Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal. Regular ituay Mr. W. A. Carson lias moved into pound feeders at 3 J. Lancaster Record. Miss Nora Aliono, daughter of Mr. W. O. heurs under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government ol whero ho has beon attending court. Intoly purchased of John Thompson bought in Rockcas- McClary, to Mr. Thomas Y. Corruthers. a Christian home are combined withtothe best educational ,advantages. Killing. Last Thursday evening, a his now board, tuition, etc address For further particulars in regard fow minutes after fi o'clock, Silas he J. R. Bailey, and has very tastefully ar- tle county n bunch of feeding cattle nt Tho ceremony will occur at Kansas City, JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. force, Hon of our jailer, W. M. heforce, ranged bin largo stock of goods. Beazley 'ic. He also bought a number of fat Mo., on tho 22d. Any good, sound, healthy young and J, 1J. Brawncr became involved in a it Sod have moved their drug Btoro into steers at 2 to 2c. Intoly vacated by Mr. Alcyone Is tho only stallion that has man, able to support n wifo and too road bridge serosa the tho store-roodifllcuUy on tho river, in which ltrawnerehot and almost Carson, which is decidedly tho best sired two trotters with race records be- bashful to ask for one, can hear of somelow 2.10. They ure Mnrthn Wilkes 2:0S, thing to his advantage by addressing Instantly killed taforce, tho shot taking stand for a drug atoro in tho place. Mr. Hendloy McClure with his and Harrlettn 2:09. this oflico. A young and lovely lady eflect in tho right eye aud passing Axtell 2 12 nt 3 years old,for whom wishes to marry by Jan, 1 in order to Oysters always on hand, cither in bulk or cans, or served to order through tho head lodged under tho skin bride was entertained by his mothor, part of tho head. Urawner Mrs. McClure, nnd the band recognized 1105,000 was paid by his present owner, obtain a prize. Don't nil speak at once. in any style, with celery, etc. on tho back At Crawfordsville, Ind., Mrs. Mattie has moro than paid for himself and his is Raid to have been drinking and said their visit in a pleaiant manner and resomething about oflkers not doing ceived a liberal tharo of the good things fee has been reduced from $1,000 to $300. Grillin Canary, who waa engaged to bo Mac J'helpa sold to J. W. ;Balep, married on tho 16th, committed suicide. their duty, including presumably young prepared. Mr. McCluro was raised here Leforce's father, which young Loforco nnd has a wido cirJo of friends and his agent of Lehman it Bros,, 10 head of fat Sho had been a grass widow for two reeunted. One word brought on anoth- wife is said to possess tho necessary ac- cattle for export, avoraging about 1,550 years and her divorced husband on hearAnd all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. that tend to make a pounds, nt cents. Richmond Regie-to- ing that eho intended marrying implored er until tho shooting occurred. U'forcu complishment her to again marry him notwithstand- Candies, Nuts, &c. , in great variety and abundance. Come in and is about IS years of ago aud Urawner good wife. In the match race at Fleotword ing her engagement to another. Her Our prayer meetings at tlio Chriswas about 35. Ed Sutton aud Marshal have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. love for her little son made her make W. 11. Boss were both ahot in tho arm tian church are well attended, perfect Park, between the great trotter and Directum and Mapcot, Directum him tho promise, but no time was set. while trying to stop tho row, but were order prevails nnd all seem benefited by hurt, heforce shot one the Bcnslblo talks nf Dr. Doores, who is won easily in three straight heats; best She brooded over the thought for severnot seriously al days and finally ended her life rather time, which struck n button in Uraw-nor'- thoroughly ncpuaintod with tho Bible, time 2.07J. William Moroland bought in this than disappoint either party. vest and did not nenetrate. If it and woconld not help thinking when For the novelty of tho thing nnd had ho no doubt would have beon killed we left church last Wednesday night county last wuek 150 how, weighing about Ida that the doctor had certainly not Bccept-p- d from 150 to 250 pounds, at 51 to 5Jc. He not because- there wna objection on the nlsn. iw It would have entered his true calling, or ho would bo try also bought 25 feeding cattle, averaging part of tho lady's parents, Mr. BrutUB heart. A short funoral service waa held Wearen and Miss Georgia Saunders, of 1,150, at 3c. Christian church on Friday after- ing to save souls instead of bodies. at tho lf million pounds Buckeye, Garrard county, aged 21 and Tweho nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holdam have renoon, after which the remains were instay at tho of green, ripo and dried fruit were shipr 22 respectfully, drove to this place Friterred in tho Highland cemetery. Jltraw-ne- r turned from a Manning that night World's Fnlr. They visited Mra. Arthur ped from San Jose, Lai , tho eecond week day night and as the town clock was went to Shoritr aud gave himself up. No examining tri- Zeller at Noblesville, Ind. Mr. Xell of October. Three and n half million striking 11 were joined in wedlock's al boa been had yet, but it is thought Turnbull, after nn nbsenco of 10 or 12 pounds ol prunes were comprietd in the holy bonds, Rev. A. V. Sizemoro offici ating. They were nccompanieii by Miss that ho will bo acquitted on tho grounds years, is visiting his homefolke. The total. In the 30 day test tho Jerseys ex- Nora Ray and Robert T. Whitaker, who of self defense. Tola la tho first killing greater part of hl stay has been in Old And prices to suit the times. We now have an that has occurred in Williamsburg for Mexico, but he has been in South Amer- ceeded iu amount of butter produced by stood up with them during the ceremoa through most of our tho Guernseys by 113 pounds and the ny. The entire party remained nt tho ica nnd has traveled over sis years, which we think is Southern Suites. Mr. Sam Higaina nnd Shorthorns by 175 pounds, while their Myers House over night and on Saturrecord. family have returned to Somerset after n net profit is $37 more than the Guern- day returned to their homes, where we DANVILLE. short visit here. Mrs. Jennie Burch nnd seys and $55 moro than the Shorthorns. hope they were heartily nnd warmly welcomed. The brido is petite and At some recent public Bales of Mrs. Amanda Steinberger'havo returned (AilvoctK.) & Grapretty and tho croom is n clever young swine, Primm Tho Georgetown foot ball team die. from Paris. Mr. Clarenco Hardin hns from tho Lone Star State, fully ham, of Illinois, sold 70 head nt $17 SO man with good business qualifications. banded and forfeited tho game to have returned convinced that there is no place like average. F. M. Lail, of Missouri, sold been played Saturday. CHURCH AFFAIRS. 03 head tiiat averaged $30. A. M. CaldCommissioner Price put "i00 home. Fish Of Drv Goods. Dress Goods. Flannels. Comforts. Blankets. Cloaks, well, of Illinois, sold S4 head at an avFor 20 years John D. Rockefeller, young black brpo in Dix river. The DEATH'S DOINGS. Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. erage of &.M.73 of this number 30 were the many millionaire, has been superin youngsters were in flno condition, ranging from 2J to about 5 inches in length I). M. Griflith, a prominent nnd last spring's boar pigs and they averaged tendent of the Euclid Avenue Baptist 8! HHiRKffiSiiB Sundny-scholong ways toward stocking wealthy citizen of Otfenaboro, is dead, $28. at Cleveland, O. and will go a -mtrmt& MBfe" The First Baptist Church of Charlestho liver. A number of young bass aged OS. Bobbin's Memory. , (atDDE Mfaml iTl'WUTi" wfesB were also put in Whlto 0.ik creek, a ton, S. C, is the oldest of its denominadied very sudMr. W. II. Mitchum iKJitor Interior Joii'nat ) mile south of Junction City. Chab Orchahd, Nov. !. In n recent tion in tho South. It was organized in denly at his home near tho toll Kate on J. T. Huguely bought in Washington the Huston ville pike, nbout noon Sun-da- conversation with nn editor of the moun- 1702 by Rov. William Screven. terflKM ttfflP Btl'VU EaBD WIBS& 30 county 00 head of feeders, about 1,100 In a rivalry to pay of a church debt, Ho had had n ecvero shock of tains, I quoted to him what tho public average nt 3c. Font Fox sold to Keys, N. J., pounds a year or ho ago and it s t'tought press ol thoir day said about the first prominent residents of Cross o may bo seen peddling gingercakes, can- Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. Mr. hyle, of Fayette, an English that it wns another attack that ended eight presidents of the United States: bonr for?25 and to other parties hla life so quickly. Mr. Mitchum was in Waahington'wns denounced as a dy, pepper hash nnd eottngo cheese on 1st. Don't fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. sovernl at from 510 to 515 MonU Fox, his 74th your nnd until ho raceivod tho "monarchist, an aristocrat, n the streets. ngont for N'elson Morrifl, bought of J. A. piralytic stroke was quite nn sutivu man. federalist, a hanger-oThe meeting at Barbourville conat tho skirts of .V. J. T. Huguely I'l bond of fat cattlo for He had taught .school for n number of tho foul creature, Britain; a tool of Ham- ducted by Rev. John Bell Gibson is still delivery on tho 20th innt., at years since his removal from 'Green ilton ami an eufiny to the liberties of going on. Six young men joined Sunday WMWwrpai mat pwi night, making 43 additions to date. Great ountytothis section, but before thnt mankind." The mercantile agencies report that tune ho waa a preacher in the Presbyte Ud. John Adams, "Tho vainest, the interest is boing taken and at night the tho repeal of tho Sherman act is nlroady rian church. Several years ago ho left of house is packed. most irritable, the most having n good effect on trade. It came If you see aStauford preacher going that church, however, and joined the men." too into to help fall trade, but it has serv Christian church and has been a dnvout 3d. Jefferson, who was tho greatest around with nn exceedingly red uo&o, ed to give tono of health to trade that and worthy member since. He lenves political Dealers In- philosopher tho world ever saw, don't jump at conclusions. It's only a is encouraging in tho extreme. Bankers besides n wife, six children, two of whom was denounced as tho ''American Robe- - common, every day boil, but it is an exnro more libernl in thoir nccommodn-tionceedingly painful one. If you don't benro married, Mr. G. A. Benedict lining spiere." wllle owrywliiTo the merchants ono of his His remains lth. James Madison, "A coward and lieve it ask Bro. Ellis. nro moro hopeful than for a long time. Elder and Mrs. W. E. Ellis returned were laid to rest in tho McConnncks an imbecile." Tho insurgent warship Eopublica church grave yard yesterday afternoon, 5th. James Monroe, "Not a brniriB from Brodhead Saturday where Mr. Elran into and Bunk tho transport Rio do lis preached for a week for tho purpose after services ut tho grave by Rev. W. 12. enough to hang his lint upon." Janeiro which was on her way from Rio Ellis. only of revivinc the church there. The mem flth. John Quincy Adams, "Not Grando to Sul to Rio do Janeiro with bership was greatly aroused and will Peixoto, Thirteen Josio Londfonl, a jjirl living in Lon- an aristocrat and Federalist, but also a troops for President call a pastor at once. Besides the warmcorrupt oarnauier for the presidency." don, committed suicide in n horrible hundred of tlio iruopu were drowned. SeeOur Large and Splendid Line Of 7th. Andrew Jackson, "A murderer, a ing up of the Christians, ono sinner cast Georgo B. Swift has been nominated manner, says tho Cincinnati Enquirer. his lot with God's people during the a despot, n tjvant, a miserable' dotard, by tho republicans for mayor of Chicago. The girl blindfolded hersolf and then demeeting. wrist on a hacked nn illiterate and ferocious rustic and Ab tho republicans have control of tho liberately sawed her The case of tho telephone girl, who a man who had Caesar'a laudable couucil, tho nomination is almost equal meat ax until tho wound was sufltcient ambition without a particle of his great- waa expelled from a Presbyterian church to cause her to bleed to death. Miss to nn election. in Columbia, S. 0., for working on SunLondford is supposed, to have commit ness." 8th. Martin VanBuren, "A fox, a day, maybecomo'aa famous as the Briggs tickota ted her rash net on account of being mix- Touiubt's Ratks. Round-tritoady, an intriguer and a politician case. The South Carolina Synod has to Lookout Mouutaln, Tenn., Florida nnd od up in a recent murder case. overruled the Presbytery and ordered igGoorgia points, Ashovillo, Is. O., Now Bloodhounds wero placed on tho whose only principle was to rise by that the young woman be restored to.the City, Havana, etc., trail of tho robbers who hold up an Iron noring principle." Orleans, La., Mexico church, but tho Preabytery gave notice At1n.it. The consumer has been squeezed loner and hard by the gi FONTAINK FOX BODBITT. plnced on sale by the Queen & Mountain train at Oliphant, Ark., Friwill bo d and of an appeal to the General Assembly. ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the panic-scarreCrescent Route on and after Nov. 1st, nt day night and three of them were capAda'ina Patti is coming to America products as errantly reduced rates. The Q. & C. is tured by n sheriffs party near James manufacturers and importers are dumping their Mary Barrow, wife of Manual Barto make her regular periodical farewoll noted na running solid vestibulod trains town. Jesse Uoper, a notorious desper- tour. fast as they can, which means that prices are now being She will begin at New York Nov. row, died Nov. 3. Sho joined he church to Floridajand Now Orleans. Direct lino ado, for whoso arrest a reward of ?l,S0O 9 and tour of the under the pastorate of J. W. Mason in make a to the Southern Tourist Resorts. Finest was offered some time ago, ia tho leader principal cities at $5,000'a concert. 1876. Rev. J. W. Lackey, assisted by trains in the bouih. Asic your agent of tho gang. Hess, Henle & Co., wholesale notion Rev. E. Withers, preached the funeral for tickota over the Queen & Orescent; Judgo Pryor, of the Court of Ap- and furnishing dealers, Louisville, as- sermon at the Baptist church. He asks and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and ho will quote you rates or you can ad- peals, decided that no court has a right signed with liabilities of $300,000 and as- as to return his thanks to tho good peo- Right sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that dress W. O. Rlnearson, Q. P. A., Oincin-nat- to prevent a candidate's name from go- sets of less than $100,000. ple for their kindness in his ailliction. have O. I have been one of the fortunate ones and second-han- them in my house. . ing on tho poll books unless there is t Sixteen miners returned to Seattle Hair dye ia considered so detrimengoods, rotten and fresh; no old stock or Nashville, Tenn., March fl, 1S93. time to try the question in the regular tal to long life that a Paris insurance from the Yukon gold diggings last week, They are new fresh from the manufacwith age or infected with disease, but tho Tho Stockton Medicine Co., Nashville, way. company refasea to insure tho lives of bringing with them as 15,000result of the in gold dust turers. Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands Tenn.: Gentlomon: I have had musseason's work about $ Exposition persons who uso it. Tho World's Columbian cular rheumatism and Indigestion for a is to establish a big junk shop in the anand nuggets. of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes of years and had lost hope of number Three insanity experts examined Si worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c Catarrh, when it has gone so far that ever finding relief, as the most skilled nex of the Transportation building where the assassin, Prendergast, Sunday, but physicians had faded in my case, but I all the material used in making tho show you notice a dropping from tho back of have not yet reported. worth Si. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1.25. Ladies' Button tun throat, ia becoming your head into happy to state your Antiseptic has will be offered tor Bale. The largest and best selected stock of nm Shocsooc,worthSi.50. serious and should have your immediate made a complete cure and I do most I will also have a mammoth line SAX.nv'a QbKBBY to iNaKBsoLL. This Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. Santanda,Spain, attention. It requires a courso of conThe stoamer Volo at heartily recommend it to all for rheumaanwith its cargo of dynamite and stitutional as well aa local treatment to beautiful song (words and music regular of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. blew up tism and indication. I will Kdly mako a permanent cure. Eradicate it sheet music size) will bo mailed to any-on- o swer all inquiries in regard to Antisep- 300 people lost their lives. Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, thoroughly from tho system by taking respectfully, enclosing 5c in stamps to D. G. Educ. Yours The Ways and Means Committee re- Stocktons Antiseptic; it kills the miw.E. Bateuan, wards, General Passenger Agent, O. H. 310 Bread Street. commend an increase of the whisky tax crobes of tho diaoase. !t D. R. R., Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. toll. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. mu Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September Centre College Academy. fur-Di- r Home Boarding aud Training Department Btoro-roo- OYSTERS I Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER. 1 r. Ipa-ce- r, K Splendid Dinner for 25c. one-ha- two-week- NSW : 600DS very-goo- ol y. is Bork-Bhlr- high-llyin- i; n I. SEVERANCE & SON. wrong-hende- d FARSIS & HARDIN, -- n, Bons-in-la- Staple and FaaeyGr ocenes, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. FARMING IMPLEMENTS. p THE HARD TIES ARE OVER d ovr-loade- ILAUGMTlEimU d i, JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. . M V JLTJ, rVit yilltinfttfi WWBiP HW mwp.u nii - -- - j v y ViW' s I !- -, I' lit f i 1 i 'i Iff .m 1- I 3I - rfj Kit :r. il'? fa! r j r ti' ' J. E. Grabmeyer has been appointed postmaster nt Carrollton. The corn busk and goose bono ha vo beou sized up and the verdict is "coldStanford, Ky., Novemhek 7, 1S93 est winter for 50 years." Costa Rica h9 given the most of its fine exhibit at the World's Fair to tho VV. P. WALTON. Fairmount Park Museum, Philadelphia. Dr. Sanders, a prominent physician of Marshall, la. was ecnt to jail for six In prices which you rend in our last weeks' "ad" made for us a grand success, But still we have too mouths for attempting to induce n post- many goods on hand as we arc daily receiving them. We will master to sell stamps at less than the regular price. Bob Marler, tho assassin, was senWith tho repeal bill paesed aud "Contenced to bo hung at Pinoville Dec. 15. gress off bis bands," tbo president felt His attornoys have taken an nppeal, but unusually tbankful and happy as be the Messonger says there is little hopes penned his proclamation fixing Thursof a stay of judgment. day, Nov. 30, as a day nf thankegiving Policeman George O'Neill, of Chiand praise, to be kej)t and resorved by cago, is in jail on the charge of burglary. The prices in half Read these prices, visit us and see for your self. All calicos such as Indigo Hluc, all tho people of our land. On that day, Ho was caught by a brother officer, who Simpsons lilack and Grays Manchester fancy go at 4'jC per yd. Lancaster Apron gingham 5c yard. says he, let us forego our ordinary work says he has enough cases against him to H'est brands of dress ginghams at C'j to 7,j per yd. Dcst quality of zephyr at Good, alt 5c per Under the title, "The Passing of tho sand him up for years. and employments and assemble in our wool yarn at 5c per hank or 05c per pound. usual plac.es of worship, where we may Oilice Cat," Editor Walter V. Emerson Russell Harrison, son of the ox- to the readers of tho Cov- president, has bought for nn eastern recall all that God has done for us and bids good-by- e where from grateful hearts our united ington Commonwealth, which paper he syndidato tbo Torro Haute Street Railtribute of praise and song may reach the has edited with marked ability for a way Co., for $750,000. He is to be presthrone of Grace. Let tho reunion of year. Tho valedictory is a gem of its ident of tbo new company. kindred and the social meeting of friends kind and is a very happy mingling of the A burglortwas shot to death at Chilend cheer and enjoyment to the day pathetic, the humorous and tho ridicu- cago just after the commission of his Three spools O. N. T. cotton thread for ioc, Prices in all our dress goods and flannels cut in half and let generous gifts of charity for tho lous, the closing sentenco of which is as crime. A New Testament was found in Gent's Furnishing Goods, we will almost give away. Large red and blue handkerchiefs for 5c worth 10, relief of tho poor and needy prove thn follows: "With this farewell caterwaul, his pocket with "Paul F. Logan, LouisSuspenders for ipe worth 25. White laundried shirts .Oc, worth 75 and $1. Good working shirts 25c, Then the sincerity of our thanksgiving." office cat of a former ten- ville," on the lly leaf. worth double the money. Genuine Celluloid collars 10c, worth 20. the president laid aside his pen, got his antry scurries over tho backyard fenco A delegation from Augusta, Ga , breech-loade- r and went squirrel hunt- jn precipitate escape from the invading called at the Whito House and invited ing with the consciousness of a man who new tripodical feline who comes rein- President and Mrs. Cleveland to atteud had done his full duty. forced by a volley of proprietary boot- the Augusta exposition, which will be jacks." Mr. Emerson does not say where held from Nov. 14 to Dec. 14. A majority of the democrats voting on he will next occupy tho tripod, but it is John Wnrfield, defailtiug sheriff of Infant's shoes 20c, worth 50c. Ladies' shoes, heel and the passage of the Voorhees bill were for certain that his ready pen will not long Desha county, Ark., died recently In Childrens good school shoes at 50c, worth $1. o repeal. The Bourbon democrats of tho remain idle. spring heel, warranted all solid, 90c, worth 5 1.50. Our mens' shoes for $1 and Si. 25 can't be bought where he had amassed a Honduras, South, disregarding alike tho wishes of in tho brewing and ice biisinessun-de- r elsewhere for double the money. Our Cloak and Clothing Departments are complete and we invite yo The tale of another boom town is told their States, tho pledge of their platform, the aesumed name of O. C. Clemens. to come and carefully examine them before buying. Wc guarantee to give you satisfaction. the policy of their Administration and in the appointment of receivers to sail Tho Court of Appeals decided in tho the welfare of the country, held fast to the property of the Grand Rivers, Ky., case of Dr. Rice, of Louisville, who was their unnatural alliance with the repub- Town Co., which defaulted the payment refused a certificate to practice medi: lican silver Senators. It should be the of $90,000 intorest on its $1,500,000 first jurisdiction. Tho cine, that it bad no settled purpose of the Southern pcoplo mortgage bonds. Of the hundreds of who adverA. URKANSKY CO., Ky. boom towns of a few years ago, we can doctor is one of the kiud thus arrogantly misrepresented to fill not recall one that even holds its own, tised. the places of these senators, at the first lac Hon. J. A. McBrayer, A Miewouri crank, who claimed toj opportunity, with men who represent while many of them sunk millions for Bank, of the Anderson County Deposit be on route to Washington to "remove" the South of today instead of the South the fools who rushed in where angels is making a reputatiou as a snake killer. President Cleveland, was jugged nt Kan-of a dozen years ago. The above is from feared to tread. He has killed 42 this year and in tho 00a pit 1. con w... the New York World and to it nearly says the democrats last seven years he has bruised the heads Senator Sherman every true democrat of the South will will "I.ook up and not down," if you're a find the hardest fight on their bands of 276. say "Amen." Let Kentucky begin by they Kvory one of tho I ?Sfc ever had when th'ey go to repeal A decisive battle has been fought suffering woman. retiring Joe Blackburn. troubles that come to wotnon only and tho the Federal election laws. But the Ohio between the English troops hns a guaranteed cure in Dr. Price's Faman is not a prophet if he is a states- impisof King Lobengula in Matabeleland. vorite nrescrintiou. That will brink' yon Ia Koceiving His The L. it N. and Illinois Central have were safe and certain help. rail- man. He said tho Senate would not More than 600 of tho natives secured control of the 0., O. &S. W. : It's n powerful general, as well an : pass tho Voorheea bill and yet it did. slaughtered by the machine guns of tho : road, running from Louisville to Memuterine, tonic and nervine and it builds As a prophet Senator Sherman is with- British. phis. The dispatch Bays tho deal ininvigorates the entire female up and Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. out honor in any country. Thomas Brown, secretary of the vHtHin. It rrculntts and promotes all volves about 50,000,000. By this purcommissioners, the proper functions, improves diceBtion, Cincinnati board of fire chase tho L. & N. obtains a practical The political news from Virginia is pnminittPil sniuidB bv shooting himself enriches tho blood, brings refreshing monopoly of all lines in Kentucky west not very reassuring. health anil strength. Matters are very through the brain. He wad driven to" sleep and of Lexington and east of tho Tennessee much mixed, though the democrats For ulceration, uispmcumeuiH, suffering from down Boneationn, periodic! pains and river and in addition gets terminal fa- claim that they will elect their ticket by. desperation by intense muscular rheumatism. all "female complaints," "Favorite Precilities at Memphis which would other- 20,000. The populists moke a similar I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, New Mexico aud Utah are already scription" ia the only guaranteed remewise have cost tho company over half a claim, but it is thought that tho demoor cure, well on tho way to Statehood, and Ari- dy. If it ever fail to benefit and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. million dollars. The constitution pro- cratic ticket will pull through by a small money back. heels. Proba- you havo your hibits the consolidation of competing majority. Verily the Old Dominion is zona is pressing at their Ladies watches former price $$0 now $40 00; Guaranteed Cure. bly thenu Territories will bo admitttd lines, but it is to ba supposed that the degenerating. Ladies' watches former price $35 now $27.00; to sell you Wr authorue our advertiteddruttr-itinto the union of States at tho coming roads did not go into such a tremendous for CostuntlilHta, Dr. Kind's New Ditcovery conditionLadies' watches former price $25 now Si 7.50. regular session of Congress. If you ehi Coughs and Coldt, upon deal with their eyps closed. Senator Hill succeeded in tying up a Couch, Cold or any l.uns. The State Board of Health has or- are afflicted with Trouble andwill tite thit umedy Solid Silver the nomiuation of W. B. Hornblower for Throat or Chest Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the raised offof Mun-cie- , aitordins to direction., civiis It a fair trial and This is a business administration and associate justice so there will be no dered the quarantine no benefit, yu nn "turn tut bottle eipennce Ind., which has been in effect since anJ hate your money rclundsd could not no swindling debt ower goes if our Gro-ve- r Hornblower on tho Supreme bench for : : 11. There have been 140 cases of maVe this offer if we did not know that I)r Ktnjt knows it. J. Hampton Hoge, of a while at least. Tho New Yorker will Sept, he relied upon. It never New Pltcovcry could and 20 deaths from that dis- disappoints. Trial bottlot fre at A. K Penny This sale will Virginia, wasjappointed consul to Amoy finally be confirmed, however, after Hill small-pobe made for CASH. Uriug the money along with you. Large im jo and St. drugstore. gotten as far as San Francisco has demonstrated his power to eome ex- ease and the coat to the city has amountand had A Lender. ed to over 250,000. on his way to that place, when a mestent. The steamship City of Alexandria Suite it. first introduction. Klcctric llitlert hat sage from the State department recalled in popular lvor until now It is the unexpected that usually hap- from Havana to New York, was burned gained rapidly load among pure Medical tsuir. It M and him. It hpd been learned that Mr. dparly in th pormili lit alteratives containing nothing Hoge had contracted numerous and sun- pens and upon this hypothesis alone is 25 miles from Havana. It is believed UMaa bovwageorintoticaiit; it which at it lilt IhelwUaml puriMi meuicmo ur an It will curei inw dry debts and given worthless checks in there any hope for the democrats to car- flint fL". nurannn wore UrOWIlOU. the The republicans have veesel, which was one of the largest in Sick Stomach, Livtr and Kidney payment, and the president very natur- ry Ohio Headache, IndiRMtloo, Contupation and Satwfactlou made an aggressive fight, while the dem the West Indies trade, had 400 hogs- drive Malaria from the ytern. money will ally, honest man as he is, thought that be with each bottle or the ocrats seem to have utterly lacked en- - heads of rum on board. funded, l'rlce only 50 cents per bottle, bold by he was not the proper man to represent Penny, Drusgitt. thusiasm. In a wreck on the Ohio Southern A. K. tho U. S. or anything else. St. Paris, Ohio, several Italians Ar your children tubject to croup' If so. you doesn't look much like silver mon- - near bottle Should this reach the eye of any dem eyIt to killed. The surviving ones became should never be without ancertain of Chamberlain'! were It it Hire for trout), Cough Remedy. ho annihilated wnen we read is ocrat before the close of the polls very much incensed with tho train crew and hat never been known to fall., II Riven freoly that orders have been issued to the thecroupy cough appeals itill prevent at 4 o'clock, and he hasn't voted, we believing it was their fault that the train at toon at It it tie ole reliance with thout.ndt the attack. mint to resume the coinage of standard childien. and new-Tongs, Pokers, &c. trust it will remind him to strike at once was wrecked, and with drawn knives of mothers who have troupynodangcrlngivinc thit Tnete it diappointtthem silver dollars. for the polls aud deposit his ballot for Keraedy In large and lieqiifnt dotct, as it contain made them leave the Bcene. nothing injuriout jo cent bottles Lincoln the full democratic ticket. And here stood, and still stands, Old For talc by W II. MeKoberU, Drugglit, John S. Rhea is proving by his fight county must show the other counties of against the democratic nominee for the Grover, firm aud stern as a stone wall. tho district that she appreciates the hon- Legislature in Logan that there is mighty Not since Old Hickory's day has any Mr. W. M. Terry, who hat bwn in the drug but; Klkton, KV or they have bestowed on her county-ma- little in him except when he is full of other one man's will not even except- tni.ee 31"Chamberlain'n, for the patt twelve yearn, Cough Remedy Rivet betay and give Mr. Miller a rousing ma- enthusiasm. ing the Silent Man on Horseback to ter tatulactlon than any other cough incdicllieI a good r'on tor thit. No There it ever jority. dominated the public affairs of a great other told."cure a cold to iiuickly;noolher it to cer ill NEWSY NOTES. tain a preventive and euro for croup, no othr al -- Louisville Times. country. fordt to much relief ill rate, of whooping cough. The extraordinary eeesionof Congress( Kor tale by W. It Mcltobertt, DiukkUU, StanThe report of Aseistant Postmaster RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Six men were killed by a boiler exford, Kv. called together for a specific purpose Three Collerca ; Thtee Tralnlnj School t I'ifteen department of ati: iv llenlihrni w.iir,.. i. Geueral Maxwell shows that 10.2SS plosion in New York City. ... t ,.i..... Aug. 7, after taking three months to do f.vninntium nml Atlilriir it m.- the Iieartol tlie III ic (,rata Kenton postmasters have been apn from thirty Mate nml ci untriet.' I or full tnfr uatlor firotoj.10. Attendance last According to the new registration, fourth-claswhat ought to have been accomplished togtie appiy w i.. ji. ju..i jjtux, l). I)., Vltancclhir, Jtlchmoml, Kentucky. number tudcatal a democratic majority of pointed during this year. Tho in a week, adjourned finally Friday. In Richmond has of new offices established wbb 2,021, a deonly fiye. less than a month the body will reconInst When Itaby wan slelf, we pure Iter Cantorl. Tho Bello of Nelson distillery at New crease of 1,481 as compared with When she va. n Child, &ho orted for Costerla. vene in regular session and Mr. Cleveland will make 7,500 barrels of whisky year. There were 03,403 offices of this When she became ML, she dung to Castorl. will again have "Congress on his hands." Hopo IS oven THE class in operation June 30. When Rho had Chlldrvti, sh fjrvethom CortorU. a remark of his which gave some of the this season. The association of colored people, Four negroes, including one womau, senators so much concern. of were lynched in Monroe county, Tenn., formed to test tbo constitutionality law, has filed its first the separate coach for incendiarism. . Editor Knott ceases his wicked The estimates fix the Louisiana su- suit at OwenBboro. It is brought by the Ducklin'a Arnica Salvo. thrusts at "Old Times," "Dull Times" gar crop at 700,000,000 pounds, about Rev. W.H.;Anderson and wile, of The beat tatve In the world lor cult, bruiiet and "Behind the Times" loDg enough to i?. (fill tetter, l.lv talt rhuuni, fever "rsT orei, who wants $15,000 damages for ped ulcers,chilblain, corns torca,all tkin chapdouble that of last year. and eruji handt, write a learned disquisition on tho oys, 5 hntnimiit nffanL. & N. train because tions and potitively cures piles, or no payrequir. Williamsburg Silas In a row at ter, for which relief much thanka. Afed. It is guaranteed to Ki.vv pcrieci laimacuon was killed by J. B. Braemerand they insisted on riding in a car sot aside or money refunded, frico as cents per box. ter the bilo gets entirely worked off, tho w0r tale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. for white people. two others were wounded. new editor of the Post will show that it's time. A statement The best plu.ter Dampen a piece of flannel God knowB Tho World's Fair han while he can be like tho toad, ugly and and bind it over Wo with Chamberlain's Pain dled nearly 10,000,000 pieces of inail prepared at the Pension Bureau showa teat of pain. It it better llalm any p.atter When than venomous, he bides yet a precious jewel on that on July 1, 1803, there were 900,012 tho luiigt arc sore such an application the the chott matter during its continuance. thoulder between on in his head. pensioners of all kinds being borno upon and anothtroltcii the back, pneu onln Th'ro Is prevent The assassin, Prendergast, plead blades, will nfterward there nothing so good tor a lame back or a pain in the Chicago is a h. o. c. A general fight "not guilty" on being nrraigned and tho rolls. Two months side, A tore throat can nearly always be ired in 0G4.39S, showing a net decreaeo one n t;bt by applying a tlanncl bandage dampen, occuired in tho meeting of the council time was given him to procuro counsel' wore only witti Pain Halm. Lawyer Weeks, who Btolo a million during that time of 1,001 pensioners-Thi- edSee bottlet for sale by W II. McRoberts, Diuj-gito elect a temporary mayor and order a FROM Stanlord is the first time since tho war that a special election to choose a successor to of dollars aud skipped to Costa Rica OR CINCINNATI. been shown. rolls baa Carter Harrison. A ballot was finally and was extradited, is safe back nt the net decrease to tho George Tranger, of Greenaburg, Ta., H0RSE-SU0ElMJ!,t- ? 7. . doubi L DAILY TRAIN SERVICE taken, Swift, republican, being chosen scene of his crime in New York. v eagei't , memoes done it back nt ' -- Tho report that T. B. Ripy, the large aged 84 and a wealthy farmer, was work-e- d by one vote. He was declared elected kindt of wagon and buggy ie- rttlbule Sleeping and Butfcl Parlor Cm. by a couple of stable. Alto allme a call. to tho tune of $5,000 fll'M.13 pairing. Give and the special election was called for Anderson county distiller, had assigned, Stanford, Ky. 6a im On'' floute Through the Indiana is without foundation. The gentleman strangers who spert the night at hia Dec. 15. says bis affairs are in ship shape. house. Thoy Jwere playiug cards toNatural Gas Belt. In explanation of tho failure of ConGov. McOreary'a bill amending the gether when the old gentleman, who I THROUGH TICKETS gressmen Ellis aud Goodnight, of Ken- Geary Chinese act was passed by the had heretofore greatly oppoeed cards, M THtSt llh( t AND TmIIR CONNCCTIONS CAN DeMCVDEO AT Tut miikcipai. yicurr Officii o tucky, to vote on the repeal bill, it is Senate exactly as it came from tho Baw one of them win $5,000. Ho joined SOUIMtRM hAllAtS. Illack on MONDAY, S. ol As they were not in Washing- House and was signod by tho president. In the came and won a like amount. To NOV.agentiS'Ji, Mrs.front M.the For spcciai information in regard to ratm At stated that door in of in it. MSIRCO DETAILS COMCtRMNQ TMl ton. The explanation is almost as bad Hard times have borne with especial get the money, however, Tranger had to Stanford, at u o'clock, A. M., I will sell SERVICE, phase appiv in pcuon or ar tints (A TIltUUM TO HTMIR OF TMl 10110101 They were elected to severity upon the members of the theat- ahow a like sum, which ho did on the as the ofl'enoo. w . 1 L i T . Itnil n.u. tirvv auumrrn 20 Shares First Nat. Bank Stock 'V III S'ii. af rararirtnT liibi. iihiimv TTi '.m Mil stay in Washington during sessions of rical profession; something like 3,000 ac- following day and which they slipped J I il Wider. highest Djtntt Pus'r Ijtnt, - IflDISYIUX. IT. mon caught to the on day of and 'ottt ROUl'.C Terms made nsM. Congress and they should have been tors and actresses are idle in New York out of hia hands. The old MASON, sale. known Vj u - f. Vl r . As VV r . wv. .iaill UTbriAI riMr 1(111!, J Agent. rM there. 7i.3t City. TV-t-f i. L&T. JmrtliAEJYiEASii PISPtrfiTT (I on to tho game but it was too late. Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal 6 OP. 3 PAGES. EVEN'S" FRIDAY. Col. Coluku's late employes played the new surveyor, Alford, a scurvy trick. They imagined that they alone knew how to run tho office and made n demand that thoy be retained for threo to six months. Alford may be a mugwump, but he knew better than to keep the boys in tho trenches back in that way, bo he declined to accept their demauds and the entire forco struck, hoping to embarrass tho new surveyor to such an extent as to throw his office into confusion. They didn't succeed, however, for at last accounts tho office was running on schedule time. Tho man or set of men who imagines that ho is tit all necessary to the machinery of this great government, or that his placo can not be filled just as easy and just as well, is either one of Sut Lovingood's natural born dern fools or an inbred ass. Substantial : Indaeements Apply the Knife and Cut o. 4 Papers Pins, 5cts. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. c: Stanford, -1 left-ov- er SHOES AT UNHEARD OF PRICES for-tun- vice-preside- H.6.RUPLEY,-e I od-il- y mfatttfH AND &itt.vik FALL WINTER GOODS. Great Clearance Sale. t - SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. x . un- STOVES Stove Pipe, Elbows, HEATING to-da- y Zinc, Coal Hods, Shoved r Man-for- d. n M'KINNEY BROS. CENTRAL university r Kei-lo- H s C'-- J The World's Fair Ronte from the South & jt .-- ism LvW 'VI l&m PENNSYLVANIA SHORT LINES W !fSZJtr Tc PPSiN W? post-offi- ce s t, rtfffl! r&Xr ' J- - lOfHr" gail.-nsn- PUBLIC SALE Court-hous- e .PWBto-"wwn T. I I '' AN FIRST-CLA- '.' v.?,. mT .!. -- ....- . g--. .- .' Wfc Jnwi Jifii. HH VHV9PVPnnmNwvm !P Sumtf i'EMi-WEEKL- if Interior Journal NovKMiinn Fuix line of heating stoves Just New lot of Zeigler bootsnnd allocs just ceived at Farris & Hardin's. received at S. II. Shanks'. Glkamm of old X-iii- re- - this winter. -- Stanford, Ky., E. C. are already 7, 181)3 penring nt Dnuks, the Jeweler's. Logan's Fort souvenir Bpoons can ly bo bad atDanks, tho Jeweler's. ap on- When you want a present rare, artistic and really beautiful, go to Dnnks, the ' Jeweler's. Tiik North British & Mercnntile, for which W. A. Tiibble is agent, settled In Oai.l and sco that lino of heating full tho 1500 risk it held on M. 0. MEANS BUSINESS. stoves at W. II. Wcaren ti Co.'s beforo houso Friday. . Uuv your bcIiooI booka nmlBcliool sup- buying. . It's all over but tin voting. Bo sure plies of all kinds at A. It. Penny's. Tub Mcltoberta liouse, now occupied Watchkh, clockH find jewelry repaired by T. M. White, will bo for rent Jan. 1. you put tho X uuder tho rooster and your ballot in the box beforo you and warranted. Engraving u specialty, W. II. HlKKins. closo your eyes at A. 11. ronny's. TitKhrnest stock of Druin, Medicines, cloaks and At last tho Mn. and Mus. It. C. Fonn aro rejoicing Perfumery, Pninla and Wall Paper at wraps aro hero. Cotno and see thum. a specialtn son. A. K. Penny's. Prracriptiond over the advent of their Soveranco k Son. yMrs. Ford was Miss Emma Garrard, a Walton, Business Manager Van-dovee- r's do-pos- it t. long-lookod-f- first-bor- n, J V f- -l Tub wild geesu went South Friday former pupil of tho College here. evening and wo may now looK for win- Dkmockats, vote early but net Miis. KdCahtkh is visiting nor brother tor sure enough. often unless you aro dead sure yqu in Louisville. W. L. Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. Attention Huntkkh. A completo lino wont bo caught and even then you had This is tho way all good democrats will Mas. Uktsy Xkvius is vlsithiK her That mark is ', mark their ballots better think twice before you do so. of guns, rillcs, loaded shells, hunting daughter in Lancaster. is neccessary to have your vote Mc- Juixik W. It. Gahson has no opposi- all that is down from Grays to coats, all at bottom prices. W. B. Jons IIrhuit counted for the Btraight democratic Uoberts. tion for police judgo of Stanford, but evsee his family and friends. ticket. Mn. W.S.K.nox, of Boyle, has been Ipyou would buy overcoats or suits ery voter ought to compliment him with vV. Stephen. for men and boys or cloaks for ladies, his ballot for his faithfulness Ho has visiting his mater, Mrs. G. itittoiiT Fkhiuli. is back from IJeatty- - mfesea nnd children, or booU for winter, held tho ofllco or similar ones for about Heacquarters for- ville to vote and to whoop tho boys up. come and sou us before buying. Hughes 30 years. Miss Annus Du.hs spent soverul days Tate. A trleoram to Annie Baugbtnan, colwith Miss Bessie Richards at Junction Owing to tho heavy rain that fell all ored, yesterday stated that her son Will, City. is day Saturday tho sale of 0. It. Coleman had been seriously cut in a tight at LanM its. II : S. Boyd, of Knoxville, and Mrs. M. K. Katon was postponed till caster by by his half brother, Henry visiting her parent, Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Friday, 10th. Seo notico in another colBoth negros formerly lived here. Of all kinds. The most complete line of Login. umn of things to bo sold. T. F. Si'ixu went to Bloomlngton, 111., Wm. Hi.ntkuh, against whom Elise LeKOR STATE SENATOR, yesterday morning, where ho will probaBkciinnino on tho Stli wo will run the vin instituted bostarday proceedings, has bly locate. blacksmith shop in tho rear of our sta- again lit out. Ho is shortly to become Mus. J. A. Ali.kn went to Danvillo ble, for and general re- of ago and get 1,000 and it is for a por- WILLIAM H. MILLER... Saturday to seo Mrs. W. G. Kaney, who pairing. Wu have one of the. best tion of this pilo that the wronged woman Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. FOR. REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL smith's in the country and can guarantee hanki n. waB quite ill. , ASS EM LY, Miss A.n.nik riCKKTT, of Shelby, re- sitisfaction. Yeager tfc Yeajtor. I am still agent for the Lexington turned Saturday with Miss Anno Shanks Onb of the grand jurors and the Com- Steam Laundry, tho best laundry in the HARVEY HELM and is now her guest. Lahlky went over to Islingt- monwealth's attorney had each aided country, and will call on you for jour Thomas FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT, on, Saturday, to seo his father, Mr. L. and abetted in a game of progressive eu- washing each Monday morning. Launchre within the lait six mouths and yet dry returned never later than Friday. M. Laaley, who is quite sick. W. F. McCLARY wore found. writer FORIt may interest ollko seekers to know no indictments he speaks for Tho was in Jesse J. Thompson. ho thai Gov. McCreary is in Richmond knows whereof game. Dkmockats, b last word with you. Go NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. now, where ho came to cnt his b.illot to- the same put a cross under to tho polls day. A iikavy rain, accompanied by a se, democratic rooster, return to your Jin. W. 1). WcATiiKiiroiii), of Huston-villf- vere electric storm, commenced to fall tiij) homes, retire to your virtuous couch and HORSE STOCK! arrived Saturday for a visit to Mr. Friday evening and lasted till Saturday sleep the sleep of tho just, conscious of ltichmond Georgo Weatherford. FOR SALE. night. Sunday was bright and beautiful having performed a patriotic duty. but yesterday was a typical day of the I will Hr.v. B. 0. Sukmohk, who baa been gloomiest of all the months. Tho s Pockkt Book. Lost on the pike' be Stanford,tell at auction btforc the Court hemic In on with his son, Kov. A. V. Siremore, for for aro "Fair and Warm- tween tho Danvillo piko and bueluy several months, returned to Ixmisvlllo er." City, or between tho latter place nnd Monday, Nov. 13th, 1893, yesterday. Danville, a lady's pocket book" contain- County court day, it mare by Abdallah Glencoe, year, Pat M(Gauky and Frank Davis were ing money and other valuables, tinder 8 catlingeld a a j par old colt by llarkawsiy, a Tiik failure of Hess, Ucnle A Co., by Srrtcison, r., and a nucldlnc colt by townsman, 0. K. tried be lore Judge Yamon Saturday on will bo liberally rewarded by returning L incolii. Louisville, throws our t'RIAH U IiKIGHT. Stanlora, Ky. Cox, out of a job. Tho house has been tho charge of cutting and removing tim- to this oflico. s Look at this. A man's Washington Heaver Overcoat for Sio, al. ber from the land owned by the heirs of for some Umo. shaky PUBLIC SALE ways sold for 812.50. A boy's overcoat at $S, worth $10. A child's Han-n- a tho late M. L. Richard. CiiusiiKi), A freight train struck McGarvey was Ahxi Mks. W. J. Waiiii, who was Miss OF overcoat at Si. 50, worth $2. Fair, of this county, presented her held over to the circuit court in the Bum thowork train at New Hope, Friday girl at Ham- of SW, which ho gave, and Davis was night and injured several of the colored A ladies', misses' or childs' cloak for less money than any other husband wilh a littlo baby acquitted. workmen, including Dan Lindsay, whoso LIVE STOCK, CROP, merchant in the country. ilton, Mo , last week. Ho was brought elbow was crushed. Mb. A. II. Ccnninoiiam, tho cleverest Bi'itNKi) to Death. Annie Belle, tho here and tho company's surgeon renderand most accommodating drummer on daughter of Dick Bout, On Nov. 10, 1893, tho road, wus here Saturday in tho in- colored, was burned to death at her home ed the necessary operation. . On tho prcmiaei on tfc Stanford .V I rab Orchard . Wood Paper terest of the Chatilold in Boneyville, Friday morning. Tho Mn. Ciceito Reynolds received a dis- pike. miles EH of Sta f rd , we will offer at They were bought for cash and oublic tale to the highest bidder the following And must sell some of these goods. Co. mother was getting breakfast and left patch from Abilene, Texas, stating that named pcrionil property viz has returned from and at panic prices and we know they are cheap. Our Si. 50 mens' MimSKatk'.Wkioiit heifcn, I tuck- the little ono sitting by the fire in the liis son, "Ex," who went to that State a Twc good n,ll, cowi. 4 shoes are made of solid leather in every part and are guaranteed to n visit to her sister. Mrs. Thomas Gib linxcalf,3 cool brood maret both In foal, i pony room. Its screams attracted month ago, was thrown from adjoining gelding, well brike and a Rood, gentle Come and look at our 51.25, Si. 50, Si. 90, S2.50 son. at Central Park. Montana On htr her attention, but it was too late when nnd thought to bo seriously hurt. Unfamily hi re, i mower, i wheat drill, reaper, give satisfaction. huy rale, cutting box, pl.wi, harrow and other return alio camo by Chicago and visited elm got to its side to save her from the less he receives information of his imand$3 shoes before you buy. We are in the field for business and if farmlnc implement, buee ' and harness, about 10 toui f excellent hay and about 30 aLret of you study your own interest you will tome and sec us. tho Fair. horrible death. provement ho will go to his bedside toexcellent com and fodder la the shock. Mks. G. 0. Givkns and little Lucy day. to visit her W1111.11 T. J. Hill was feeding cattlo in Household & Kitchen Furniture. Miller wlllleavH n in.. Hon thieves are netting in their work sisters, Mrs. Miller, Mrs Goltr.i ami Mies his pasture near P. W. Carter's, Satur TERMS. For all sums of f 10 or Ic, caih; ovThe er 10 nxty daya' credit with Interest, to be eviSallie Mooro at Cranfordsville, I ml., for day, ho saw four largo otters running at ns tho cold weather approaches. 13. B. KING. denced by promissory notes, nrgo.iablc and payaGEORGER. PKEWITT. full speed in the bed of the branch. He other night two weighing about 300 ble In bank and atinfactonly secured. several weeks. Kor further information apply to Miller & was down from Mn toward them as fast as he could and pounds each were stolen from Bfrd Pkok. . D. Wilms Heal Estate Agents, Stanford, Ky t R. COLEMAN, pen and a night or two Inter Crab Orchard, Saturday, and expressed shrieked "otter, ottor," a few times M E EATON. 7j.1t himself greatly pleased with tho out- which soon brought Mr. Carter and his P. W.Green's pen was raided to the exJ. I'.l handler, Auctioneer. MORELAND, ICY., class boys to the scene. Although tho anilook of tho High School. A normal tent of a good fat ono that ho had in We have opened up a nice line oi New Year's. mals showed decided pluck they soon tended for his boarders. will bo organised after PUBLIC SALE Mn. HlbkniWim.iams baa returned killed them all. Thoy were near the Or. The till of tho Carpenter House bar feet in iongth nnd from Indianapolis, bringing with him bis same siee, about was tapped Saturday night to the tune Y relative, Mr. John T. Marshall, who has weighed 15 pound. ofSl'O. Green Hiatt and Bob Whitley been sick ii long time, with tho hopo that II t r im with a MfsKET. E. W. Gra- being the last seen near it, suspicion was We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we arc marking t will fell at public sale on a change of scene and air will improve ham was lodged in jail yesterday to directed to them imd Marshal Newland down lower than ever. him. await tho result of tho wounds ho in- went on their trail. He found nothing to 14, 1893, Mu. W. C. Spbatt, who was rocently Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you and taken to tho asy- flicted on Georgo W. Turner. The men implicate Whitley, but Hiatt was caught At the Ute home of Miss Kate Swope, deed., the adjudged insane following personalty, some of money. Islington, has returned and is quarroled over a dobt when they met at dead to rights with which Mr. tho money, lum at Carpenter Flfty-sand finally camo to blows, 1), on his person, F.wcs, it nice, fat hogs, ij "We are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. apparently all right again. His mind John Ham's nice, fat shoats, 4 good milk com s, 5 nice leligious mat- when Graham hit Turner on tho head readily recognized. Hiatt was landed in Wc have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. nlj steers, 13 nice yearling calves, good lamibecame- disordered over ly mare, gpntlo for anyone to drive, i 5 year old o jail and refused to tell what had become twice with a musket, producing year out harness none, good dtlrer, i nice ters. c brain. Dr. Carpenter was of the balance of tho money. Ho will horse, t nice jearlin colt, 5 stacks pf Timothy Tiik Stanford Uniformed band, of hay rake. hay 2 ricks cloer nay, i mower, . called, but owing to tho highly swollen have nn examining trial to day. .f. a none sliue, 3 nay twine binder, cultivator, which Mr. Will Severance is a member, cook stove, forks, grubbing hoe, condition could not detect a fracture. serenaded him and his bride tho other knife, oS shocks pood fodder, set hugy harCmci'iT Court. W. B. Smith charged Turner is in a very precarious condition. ness. night and were invited in to a nico supwith embezzling $1K1 from his employes, The firm of 131 acres, if not sold before, will bo on day of sale for the year of 1891. per that had been prepared for "emerrobbers caught it in the neck nt Proctor it Idol, was given a year in tho rrnted made known on day of sale. Thais ANDTerms gencies." W. M. SWOPE, attorney, Hon. R. C. penitentiary. His Admr. I). VanAusualk and Miss Coal Creek Friday niht. Kxprehd No. 71 td Mas. Anna 'JO, which pnftecd hero at 11.51 r. m., was Warren, moved for a new trial, but the Minnio VanArsdale came up from attacked nt the, water tank thereby four judgo overruled it and Mr. Smith will Sunday to seo Mr. H. J. who niiido a demand tlint thu ex- take his medicine. Bob Thurmond, I who continues very ill. Miss imm conComplete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. indicted for but Mrs. press uie.sseiiKi'r open the door. Tho comMinnio returned; yesterday, pany expected tho attack and had the fessed to petit larcony and was given 0 VanArsdnlo will remain a week or moro. days in jail. Colo Carpenter for malicar henyily guarded, so when tho 'SQi'timJoHN F.lms, who has been TSTZ. opened tho door and thu robbora ciously wounding Abe Carter will be holding down n government job for sev- started to et in a volley checked their tried Tho court adjourned eral years, has nt last been let out and is mad career. Ono of them fell mortally Saturday till Wednesday and tho jurors at home. Ho thinks it n pretty good wounded, another waH captured and thu wore dismissed till then. This is tho joke on tho boys that a republican liko others are spotted. Two of tho guards last regular week of tho term, but as Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. himself should have- been permitted to were slightly woun led. This kind of n thero la an intervening week beforo the deaden eight inonthu over tho lino after reception will havo a tendency to dis- Garrard court, Judgo Saulloy will hehr the people voted for a change. courage tho great nnd growing industry qui ty cases next wenk. U o 1U)3 - IK. spout laBt woek i I)it. G. W. BitoNAi-flof train robbing and if kept, up will Aftku being argued by Messrs. W. S. brother, J. S. Bronaugb, in Jes- break it up entirely. with his Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. Burch, T. M. Owsley and Jack Bendey samine county, Though living less than Benz-leTiik ballots for the Stanford votors aro for tho allirmative, nnd by Jnmes 30 miles apart, tboy bad not seen each and S. W. Menefeo for tho negative, or more. Both aro twico hb largo as Jtho ordinary. There other for 1'2 years score years and ten, but nro two tickets for municipal oHlcers, tho momentous question of which has m xi '" a, v hard past threo their youth in talking tho citizens', headed by the star, and the more influence ouu mau his mother OlLVERVWr thoy renewed boys." tiio people's by a boy sailing in n boat. or his sweetheart, was decided in thp about the times "when woworo afiirmative before tho Turnersvillo Tho tickets of tho democrats nnd tho Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt Saturday night. G. 0. Keller, Jr., VICINITY. are headed ns usual by n CITY AMD MYpersonal attention given to repair rooster and an eaglo respectively. If a introduced tho speakers and Misses Two ollice stoves. W. P. voter desires to put in hia ballot for tho and Montio work. One call will convince you Foil Sale. Green, Mario Warren Walton. whole citizen's ticket, for instance, ho Harris were tho judges and tlecided the that this is the place to trade. will be simply puts the cross under the star, question tho way they thought it ought Dr. ArrwuiAN, tho specialist, JQHN B. DoNARDI, Goods are- but if ho wishes to voto for some of the to bo without reference to the speakers, hero and soma of tho people's ho for they could not fell, in point of fact citizen's rent. must put tho cross in tho squaro oppo- nobody could have told, which side tho Carriage Painter and Trimmer, Nick cottage on Mill street for site tho ndmo of tho ones of his choice. speakers were on. Miss Ethyl Beazley All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and J. II. Baughman. style. I'lain and ornamental In to tho enjoyment of tho moat Btylish and When you are given your ticket put tho aililnd,. much workman- Newest, best and Ion wr.tr.li r.rflr.a. hip andSatisfaction guranwea in Dom ovtr.wm. - cross nnder the rooster first and take OCChmjiuu 1... a ismi.i" .. .... " ujr price. Shop on main strett, atiDanks, tho Jew' Daugtmty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. lowest priced goods fuUy delivered and liberally applauded. your time on the town ticket. PERSONAL POINTS. . to-da- fresh milk cow to keep Apply at tills office. Bov. Mr. Tyler, of Boyd's, for whom Hov. W. A. Slay maker is holding a meeting, preached two good sermons I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly-renovatehero Sunday to audiences. the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, Bud Stone, tho Indiana fiend who Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We are now thoroughly prepared plead guilty to tho charge of murdering We have a large stock of Spectacles. to wait on our friends tho whole Wrattcn family, was promptly sentenced to bo hung. Tho Georgia Senate killed tho cigarette bill passed by tho House 10 to 12. So tho dudes can continue to addlo their alleged brains. Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal phrposcs. All of which J. L. Watson, a merchant of Eddy-vill- we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. was hit by the town marshal, F. M. Do not Forget This i. Wc are always glad to see you. 2. No Wadllngton .with aennein an altercation. trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for The blow, ut tho time, did not seem to it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment have any serious efiecte, Watson conalways on hand. 6. To please our customers it our greatest delight. tinuing on his feet. A few hours afterward, however, he died. TJ. G. A Wanted NEW DRUG STORE. ciaris' Prescriptions. well-pleasa- Particular Attention Paid to Physi e, S. HOCKER, M. to-da- W. H. WEAREN & CO -- m m tfLs STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS Bed-dic- k. m horso-shoel- ng HEATING : STOVES 11 D ' CLOAKS I o LADIES f to-da- FINE inJi-cation- to-da- y VKBCOATi n -- Si CHILDREN FOB MBIT, BOYS Aim CHILDEEU. 7- -l m m &c. three-year-ol- d Friday, WE ARE OVERLOADED j 4 11 ear-ol- d -i- HUGHES & TATE. 's Sow-d- er, . KING & PREWITT, Dry 1 PERSONAL PEO PERT Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries "Hardware, 11 Tuesday, Nov. U first-clas- s 1 roncus-sionofth- KHTG PHEWITT. 1 1 1 1 1 1 DBTETGS. -- BOOK liar-rodsbu- rg rts, no-gr- houso-breaUin- g, BANK -:- inea-Buni- THE JEWELER. STA2TFOHD, SCHOOL : SUPPLIES Prescriptions Carefully Compounded !VJ.UUAlWvlJJI.iUlUl '9 Stock Most Complete S&yEkGinSW (iocmv3u jCA'r FM&iyy M&L wv m y 3STEW" g So-cio- tv An-ni- o FALL WINTESM All In. GOOD k9 -- to-da- .!.. "--- bi. first-clas- s Come and Seo. H. J. McROBERTS. eler'e.l llf 9 Sk.:i Weekly Interior Journa: OTcns - " SAFE HIDING PLACES. T)int Wcro l.nrjco Knouch to Hold HAMPER FOR DOLLY. Thcro Publlabod Every Tuoaday and Friday lenow anything' at ovens larger than AT those in the kitchen range. 2 PER YKAKIX iVDVANCK Hut when I was a little child in my charKed.grandfather'! house my cousin and I CSrWhw not sopaut S'J.BO will be used to hit in an oven door nnd play with our dolls. e All the great mansions had K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. brick ovens built in the house, just as turniug a bedroom or any other room was built, Train naves Rowland at 70 a mand there was hpaco in it for several small children. LOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. In one of those ovens four little girls 7 Jn once staid all night. It was moro Mail tram gome North .. U3P South., than a hundred years ngo when thcro ,...- - .. n 31pm Express tram" South... were bears, wolves and Indians going 33" North.... 9 3 am Local Freight North.... pro to and fro over tho land where great ........ ...J 07 soutn-- .. towns now stand. Th latter trains alio carry pattengets. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan were forced to above it calculated on standard time. Solar The spend tho night away from home, and ices ii about to minutes faster. little Mollic Cowan, a. girl of ten, was QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. left alone to take care of her three sisters. About eight o'clock, just as Trains pass Junction City as follows: 11.50 they wcro going to bed, Mollie heard i .Vestibule Limited T. m.; No. 3 . Chicago Limited, .5a. m., No. 5.. footsteps out on tho know. It was 11 7 a. m ; .No. 7., "i bright moonlight, but she New Orleans Kxprc-not ii.ta p. m.; No. 9 , Ulue Grits Vestibule, 8.40 p. look out. She held up her dared to hands Limited 6.48 North bound. No. 1, Vestibule No. 6., Chlga-r- o the little girls and shook her head for p. m. ; No 4.. East Mail. a.SJ P old-tim-BSouth-boun.l.-Nu. a Smalt 1'nmlly. nro few chililrcn now who An) Skillful liny or Olrl Cnn Mittn One lit Iloinp. A hamper is now considered the most stylish thing for holding a baby doll's clothing nnd toilet articles, just as it is for a real baby's belongings. Hut while a hamper cau be purchased for a real baby, one will havo to be made for a doll. It can readily bo done, though to do it well it will require the skillful fingers of a boj- - as well as of a girl. First get an oblong splint basket such as fruit is sold in. Give it several coats of white paint, finishing with one of enamel. Hero is where the boys' assistance is needed most, for a boy generally knows how to use a paint brush better than a girl. Ornament tho basket wi'h dashes of gilding, nnd fasten at each end a handle made of a small piece of whalebone twisted with yellow ribbon. These handles can Iks sewed on if a stout needle nnd thread are used, especially if holes are pierced in tho end of the bone. Lino the hamper first with a thin layer of scented cotton wadding, then witli yellow silk, caught in plain and smooth. If there are interstices between tho splints of tho basket, pieces of silk must be put in to show through before the cotton is put in place. As the covers of these fruit baskets nro of wood they will not do for such n daint hamper. A cover is made by cutting a piece of very stiff pasteboard to fit the top of the htnnjKT. A broad piece of splint, obtained by taking another basket to pieces, is cut so that it will just po.ss diagonally ncro the lid. Two holes are punched or cut in each end of it ami tho splint is then enameled llko the' baJtet, ami tho word "llaby" or "Dolly" put iu largo graceful gilt letters on it. Meantime tho pasteboard cover ha lecn quite loosely covered with THE OLD FAMILY SCRAP BAG. EEOTTSE,, AiTKit knives hao been cleaned they may bo brilliantly polished with olmr-roSAM Jt WA KNACK, Prer. powder. - KENTUCKY. l. making cnflYu the broader tho bottom and the smaller the top of the Uefitted ami refurnished and la every way prevessel in which you prepare It tho bet- pared te attend the wants of the public lUtc very rri"tialle J w ter the collet will be. should,bo washed Silk handkerchiefs iu a suds made with castilo soap and 33 $3 'X'JriijztyTx tepid water. Thoy should never be wrung out, but just shaken and ironed with a cool Iron. t my place near Maywuod, on the ajth Tiikki: is nothing bettor for cleaning ef Came a bsy mare IVxai pony. Owner can get July, copper kettles than tiowriurod lorax her by paying foi her ke1 5 xVim7kISON. and soap. Wet a course cloth in hot M) wood, Ky jo t water, soap Jt well, and sprinkle over it the powdered borax. When stewing fruit, or, In fncLwhen cooking anything In an open vessel do ol Mm Math? lUvinp set ureil thf ftiitmrr not leave the spoon in if you wish to ICU rA.- - riiiflHrmU n 'I rvici - far ihn ieti. I HVIII IKVIiiHHtl have it boil quicklj Tho sjioon car- cimlially Invil. the ladies to Inspect aIA carefully ..I Mill.,. .lilt the al ti.lrrft ries a portion of tho heat olf into tlvo times. he Mltsci Wcbur. of Indianapolis, have charge 01 the I'ren iMtkitix ueparumui anu ir ajr. now ready to iete thcladl. .... , If Monday proves a stormy day tho AlISS L.IUUIT. Itr.nt. ..r. , htn.'ord,KT. white clothes, after washing, should be put into clean water and wait for " I hi - cTACESCIT The Florence Hotel, JELLICO, T1.NNK8SHE, al Mr3. J. 13. Blontgomory, Prop. London,j The best hottl In thtoity sod Ihcnflly one with a sample room for drumMors ltspecia altentiou to the trateling irablic Kales (j. TO All Tax-Payor- s. -- TO THE LADIES. 1 Al-- l. -- .t..l .,.l ,,,, The iSyj Tmt.nic now past due and wi'l le cellected in tehherlH'(,mieat the court house and by special appointments at prescribed In newreienuelaw Deputy Sitcrill. O. I' S'ew land will tic m Crab Orchard every Saturday I or my ilrputy will be In my office at all tunes an ' at HuftimvilKWavneibiira; and other pomit a asndvcilKed by Sherifl's olllclsl notices. Ire new form r Sheriff's Uwk.kwpmg hat rendered it Impossible lor us to canvass for tasptthit year. at wo have heretofore dene, to all lasts will hi collected strictly in conformance to the new revenue law. Every tax.paytr who.eta remains unpaid alter November lit will find his impel tycr landt advertltcil without luiihti notice The financial crltls which now ealttt make It necessary that I collect every dollsr ol the 1I9J tases as I can not j.p Irom lhl the ilankswhlLh has heictofotecsui.il m.t.. 1.. lenient with the tas ptvert. I'itsie profit by this and settle at once. KepctfMiy, J. N MENEFF.E.S L C. hi -- m-- Limited, a.17 a. m , No. 8 , Local, 2.$$ a. iu.; No. 10, Blue Grass Special, 6 a. m. I VoYal Msofafefy silence. She stepped to the big oven and opened the door, and said in ti low voice: "Como to sister!" The little ones, scared and silent, went to her, ono by one; she swiftly lifted them in. "Go back in just as far as you can," she bade them. Then Mollio got in herself. Tho door shut by means of n bolt, which could be pushed inside or out, and sho shoved iti in, and then she put her On- - DfES? 73i 1lllil"trn'"'n" fl Pure f'l''ll pow- HIH' yn ni Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. der. A cream of tarter baking royal:bakingpowder 100 oo., Wall St., New York. $Sm& Owsley Building. ZD-A-IZR- A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Drug Storein tho new ONE Office over MeRoberts Stanford. n ONE SHE SWIFTLY LIFTED THEM IX. ger against the end nnd hoped she 1 will open on January 16th, 1893. a quantity ot could hold it fast. Dairy, from which I can supply any The Indians came in. Mollie heard Jersey milk to tho people of stanlord: and their grunts and voices. They walked at the lollowing prices, delivered 0 cenu nil about tho room; they even tried Fresh Milk, per gallon, :o cents the oven door! Stimmed Milk, per gallon 8 cenu When they went out Mollie thought Butter Milk, per gallon ot the they would burn the house. She lisI will make two trips daily. The JO, A.PKYlON, Ky tened a long time. Her heart beat public is solicited. Stanford, very loud, but sho fclt6urc at last that (i.i yr. the house was not burning. Then she opened the oven door a little to let In THE RILEY HOUSE fresh air. But she did not dare to leave the F. B. RILEY.lProprletor, - - - Kentucky. oven, and there the four children staid London. all night long, and until their father t...n. . liAitat to l have movedevermy new noiei i"uthe" public nnd mother returned. The Indians to accommodate prepared than had only taken a loaf of bread and a Good Livery attached and every convenience deFirst-Cla- sa How-lan- d y. sired. G.ve me a call. FRANK RILEY, -- COME to SEE ME. Having purchasedhe Grocery Of W. Ramsev, i : lam Business Increasing the stock as J. st aslportible and will soon have it Complete in Every Particular. at my store on Lancaster street and I will make it to your mtertst to trade with me mi W.C. KUTCHINCS. John 15 Cattleman. A G. Lauharo ROYAL Insurance It W. Sempany OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAU MANAGERS,; A great empress, too, had her life saved by hiding in an oven. When he was a young girl. Empress Catherine, wife of Fetor the Great, of Russia, was nothing but a humble peasant girl and a servant. There was war, and the town in which she lived wai taken by soldiers, and Catherine had to flee for her life. She ran into il baker's shop and begged him try and save her. The baker put her in his great brick oveu and closed the door and that saved her life, and she lived to become the era press of IiUtwia. Josephine Jarvis in Inter Ocean. Siii'il It ftH Souvenir. In n paper rend before the Iowa Hankers' association, Mr. W. II. M. Fusey rolated a characteristically "human" nnccdote of Fresldeut Lincoln. While in Mr. Fusey's office one day, Mr. Lincoln took out of his pocket an old document, and said: "I wish you gentlemen would locate this land warrant for me. Jt is my pension obtained o captain In the 11 ham. It a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action cf swlss. When it is done it will Ikj a dainty the democratic party will Mill privately place to keep dolly's night dress or G. V. any of her day dresses or underclothes My.Splcndid Farm of 150 Acres, folding them neatly nt the iKittom of Is Candidate lor Jailer, subject to the action si farm "uuttted I'.mllesSomhol Stanford. This the hamper. The trays will hold her the Demueracy. e4 cult.vaiion and Mas pknty of .'J . ..... sist but to arret Has ... . .. tn i. r.i. mm MUH it, small lwlongjngs, suli as slipper, the very best ui iwproW.emU.5, Btaatord. Ky stockings, mirror, comb and brush, Vf. H AY powder box yes, even the luxuries Assessci, subject to the action J H.SOWDKR. are now provided for dolls fclso Iter Is a Candidate for V H MI1.LKH of the demcracy. fan. handkerchief and ttnv retieule. TfllLLER & SOWDER, This hamper will r!chly ivwurd any girl for the making. A. J. Willis, in Chicago Inter tiewiii. I a Candidate for AsMr, subjectlio the actior -:- sfihe Democratic party. HUNTING EIDER DUCKS. until fair weather. Huass ornaments should bo first washed with a strong lyo mude of rock-aluin tho proportion of one ounce of alum to u pint of water. When dry rub with leather and flno tripoli. This will mnkoth-- . brass brilliant. simple things This is ono of thc-swhich few people know of. If you aro in a Pullman cur get a pillow from tlui porter, put it on your hip and phi mi your writing materials on it. The elasticity of the pillow will insuro smoothness. Where a pillow cannot Iks obtained use a shawl or coat. A corKEK jxit with a strainer of aluminum that will not rust nor corw ith the cutting rode, a bread-knifedge in reflex curves, that is warranted not to crumble nor crush warm or , v, tjsPs?' " Tfiyh?Ly very light bread, ami liquid chocolate r r; in pound cans, rendy for use in layer cake, are sonic of the new conveniences olfered by tlu stores. D35. VlTWlS.v' P& Some women unwbly try toenhunoo the brilliancy of thier eyes by exposing them to an air slightly impregnated with a powerful ,acld or rub over each eye a tiny quantity of bellaA DOLL'S HAMPER. donna ointment. This artificial dilufigured sill; of white nnd gold. This tion hns again ami again ' been the conceals only tho upper side. The .means of injuring.the sight. Plenty of sleep and good digestion ure tho best under is lined plainly with yellow. Now the cross splint is tunl on with cosmetics for the . yellow nnd gold ribbons sewed on the cover "and passed througn the holes in the splint. WALLACE E. VARNON, The lid is fastened to the hamper by the office of Is ribbons, two being fastened to one ty a candidate for to the :ftliooto of democratic Counpartsubject side of the lid corresponding to two on y- Judge; the back of the hamper. One on the front side of tho lid nnd one on the JAMES W. GIVENS front of the hamper will suffice to tie a Candidate for County Judge of Lincoln, Is the lid snugly down when desired. to the action ot the Democracy. k Make two trays of pasteboard covered with yellow silk, each as long as O. P. HUFFMAN the hamper is wide. Candy box lids of the right size would make good trays. Iia candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Each must be taken to pieces and the Democratic party lie would appreciate your every part covered on both sides with rote the silk, the edges being overhanded JOHN M. JOHNSON very neatly, then the parts overhanded together nguin. Straps of white ribfrtr Af.tett.nr nt Lincoln count v rn,ii.i bon are fastened to each end to hung tultjcct to the actloc o( the Democratic patty. them by. They are suspended one nt each end of the hamper almut half way A. GIVENS from thebottom. Of course, any pretty figured stulTs, ject to the action of the Democratic party. silkolene. sateen or figured cotton goods, will do for the hamper, also DINK FARMER pink or blue cambric covered with o coes and flannels should not be washed tho hanging until fair weather. Cali- Attoniion, Farmers. R. D. BRUCE Is Agent for the Jones Lock Wire rsnee and h is nmnniitirnl by tho Farn en lo be the best W irr Fence In the world; no cutting, no snagcing, pi light and bull strung Cad on I M Stanford or address It I) Jlruce at Danville, K.y THE P. 0. MILLINERY. pott-offi- Call at the room and tee the ": Largost and Boat Soloctod Stock The Of Millinery In town. bound to plrste you. 10 (i gods and prices are GTJ1TS REPAIHEID. MRS P T COURTS. J. M. PETTY, Stanferd The Oun Maker at Lancaster, will be Inor gettirg one day of . month lor th purtme House rrpslr. Woik left at the Myeis and will er Matb Hurtman's will bo sent to him Old guns or pl.toli made Ruod prempl sltention. as new. J. T. FAHR1, NlCHOLASVtl.LE, Jessamine County, Ky BP4 it-l- , etv itf MMHUral Konm P5?a?P P Hi ill. WsltlilMi V'QKSlVrf IflTV nil e y Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Full stocks ot fruit and omamenul vines, sjparnu., small Hulls, thing usually found in a nvmery w -Wr i.ll direct to the punier ana i application Culotcu... vjJMBYKR. UsiBgteo. Ky. M.im Farmers Kichasge llank l rP 'ub. ?ii.l.V" v.. tie, grape Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacco Farms in tho Blue-Gras- s Always (or nit A1m Timber Lands in the mountain! (sr tale. Correspondence toilette TO COAL BURNERS Of J. H. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM Koland, Stanford m and Vicinity oj-w- Sin. I am now JcllicoOal dim Jelllco Coal Co., the loweit prepared to P"1U1'. m"! at you lelllng ler Having made arrangements with the East Ten. sell and Ifnidlhstby p.ylng cash come and" me cheaper, lean sell muvHmoney will sobuy your W inter INSURANCE AGENT Representing. ... snd see hew little supply ol this Cosl, the best on the narket. InsnVing yen (or past favers and soliciting a ccnti.uance of same, I am caOi ,.. fV D. S. OARPENTEll, At thewell.knownold stand ol J. U. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; Pennsylvania Kirc, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. be pleated sub-je- wJ Would be glsd to see his numeious Iriendsfurni.how thimTit. stock of go.Mls conn.ting 0 Farming ture. iaddlry, Hardware, llugglesand "0n linplenirnts. Give htm a .ll STANFORD .. Hustonvillo, - Kentucky, towsito nmy friends in thtt line. Pol. Green, in itiet promptly itiucd. Will Insure againil toina-dor- t, wind tlormt and Uxhtning Lightning claut. ctatttchcal without additional chtrg Omce at Firtt National llink, 5tan(ord, All ef which are firtt-cla- tt Comptnle 1. I would THE (SOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., STABLS, UTBT, fSSD m SAL. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. I ss J. Thlt Henl, renovate I sail rtlurnlihed, It now la my charge and I intend 10 conduct II so at to not only maintain lit high renutatisn, but to add to tit long Hit ol friendt Special accommoda. fer commercial traveiert and fiae roouit.for WhowlllstVltlsH g'ad tn accemmedate all tionidisplay of tarnplot. with good ngs at reasonable ralci. My 'Ilns'.will the ,8 meet all K.C. trains. .AIFirst-Clas- s by At John M.nelee'sntw brick on Depet stieet. J. W. RAMSEY, Pro'r., Saloon SPLENDID PAHM And For Sale Cheap Privately. .. IHLLlARDand POOLROOMS attsched j7-JOSEPH COFIEY il Falls Branch Jcllico Minertaad thippert Goal Co., DEBOIII) o( tbe OKN'UINK m Original Jellico Coal. Try it We are the ol grnt Ur Stanford Jtcd Rowland. Um-- lornar ot Depot ttiset and railroad cresting 6 HIGGINS A WATTS e M.F. ELKIN, JNO. KRIGIIT . Commercial Mc Hotel, at Mc REAL ESTATE Brokors, KINNEY, KY I Uncle ITawk Oommerco Building, Louisville Mr. Fusey remonstraU-with him for having kept it bo long. "You ought to have enteml the warrant years ngo," he said, "when it could have been placed in land further war." Doolors and nir.li. to the othce of As. a candidate for - KENTUCKY May and Juno im- sMr. of Lincoln County, su'ijecl to iUiou wf lUe STAWPORn. In the far north in mense numbers of elder itueics fly dciuuiiutic paily. Office Interior Journal Uuilding along the coast, bound for their breeding-grounds of Point far U. the Harrow, Alaska. t I'd en on SALE. Isacaud'date for jailer, subjecljto the ni.tien of persov. male and female, is supplied the democracy IIoiv nsqiitiiiau Iloyn 1111 tlio Valuable E. KENNEDY, I hve bought abr I'leiiUoued'Hotel Kinney and have ltacned a Pirat-Olas- a Bar and Pool Eocxn. Have repaired ami relurulthed the Hotel aud am better than cter o:t evy W.L.'.DAWSOS, Prepared to Accoramodato the Public. I Special attentloDjto Commercial Men. V W GUEEN, Proprietor. PROPERTY FOR I with tins Esquimau implement called three-quarters by them made as follows: which is JOHN BAILEY, Is a candidate for Jailer, iubject the old Jeflersonlan democracy tOj i Fine Hlue Gran and finely imprmeu arm ot jK acres on pike Offered JOE CARSON, Manager. Agents throughout the South. east." i. TOI3BLB, Local Agent, '.STANFORD, KY. NOTICE. I Will Sell at Cost for the Next 30 Days D. G. Tne entire stock of.goods ofthe townSlaughter, Orof Crab at his ttorehoute in Ky. This is a Urge and well assorted chard. stock of goods, all new, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothintr, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Furniture, Groceries, &c. Come at once and secure bargains. Boot3 and "Yes, I know it," answered coln, "but I havo kept it as a souvenir of the war, and to bliow Ilob and Tad that I have been a soldier." .An Intelligent Cist. A young lady bookkeeper employed inanolllce at South Manchester, Conn., has been in tho habit for Borao time past of glvinjr tho ofllco cat a piece of meat for its lunch every day. is taken to lay a piece of paper under the meat to avoid greasing tho floor. The other day at lunch hour, when thcro was no meat, pussy begged for some In her most intelligent fashion, and, at last, going to the waste Mr. Linl're-cautl- ! The rolnt of View. T. D. NEWLAND, curious illustration of what may bo called illogical logic is reported by 6T a gentleman who had to wait a long time at tho railroad tlckotoflico for VITAL TO MANHOOD. tho clerk at tho w indow to get ready to T. HATCHER wait on him. "Come, come!" said tho would-b- e passenger, growing impatlont at last, "I've been at this window flwe min- happy. party. . B. O. WEST'8 NERVE AND 11RAIN TREAT utes." OlrL A 1IKNT, a specific (or Hysteria, Dizziness, Fits, N'eu "That's nothing." said theclcrk; 'Tvo Sale ! nOgls, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused bj A collector of rarities at Keokuk, alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression .been hero eight years, and I never Softening ot Uraln, causing Insanity, misery, decay iound fault about it yet." la., is the owner of an insole made for death, prematura Old Ae, Barrenness, Lo 1 the shoes of the young Rainbow (Mo.) At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile Wcit tower In either sex, Iru potency, Leucorrbcea and al A Ilsml TiMk Always. have as fine Lincoln recale Weaknesses, Involuntary Losses, Hpertna giantess. At tho time these bhoeR of Kmirsville, Trees ascounty. Weever handled,-of brain, any man torrhaa caused by "Well, Johnnie, how do you get on wcro made in the spring of 1S01 tho stock of Fruit A month's treatment! ready for transplanting into orchard aud garden el tor 15, by mall, with each order for 6 boxes, wltt at school?" asked his uncle. "Do you old, but even this Kali Orchards of Apples and Peaches will ts will send written guarantee to refund if not uured manage to hold your placo in your girl was only 17 years be assorted to suit then sho had a foot that would mako The trees are nice,cuitOTers at $10 per hundred g aosarteei Issued by scent. WEST'H LIVE11PILL! tho varieties the best, carta Hick Headache, BlUoosne, Liver Complaint classes?" "Ulg Foot January of Ohio" envious. needed to mako home attractive and the Stomach, Dyspepsia and ConiUpatlOO, Sour "Yes," said Johnnie; "the only thing The insolo is 15J-- J inches long and 5.f children happy will be found here, ror circulars OI,'AUANTES issued only by address J. A. McKEh& CO., Ky. I don't seem to be ablo to hold is my broad. Kings tile, 6i Harper's Young People. xuruc." A. II. PENNY. Stanford. EVERYTHING GOES cost. meaL A basket,dragged forth her regular paper table cloth and laid it properly for tho jit first Remember that the first to come is the first served. K. M. HRONAUGH.Admr. of an Eight balls, Inch in diameter, are cut from ivory or bone, with a tip or car through which a hole is (.riiiuu. i.ni, nuauds sinew are tied to these of balls. At tho opposite ends the strands nro brought together each of exactly the same length, and tied to ten or twelve quills of some sea fowl, when the implement is ready for use. The bunch of quills is grasped with the right hand, wldlo the fingers of tho left comb out tho strand, and when all clear the balls are held between the forefinger and tho thumb. This is done in a few minutes when a flock of ducks are seen approaching. When tho game is near enough, with a quick, circular motion, just tho same as throwing a Btone wjth a sltng tho missile is launched among the flying birds, when, if ono of theao " bti.uida J -- ok, crosses the neck or the .. !o it bringi it to the ground, where it is then captured. The action of tho air on tho strings tends to separate tho balls in their flight, so that they cover quite a spaco, and If tho birds aro bunched they often bring ono down, ami tho boy or girl that can do this Is proud and flncly-braidc- d thej'.acuou - of j. Farm of at low price 100 acre, finely Improved. of ioi aeref, In 4. Fine Hlue Grass Faim. low Thcfineit fruit belt of New Meslco. No fall State ol cultivation wII improved; ottered ure Good to. in crops under irrigation if properly attended c Farm of 14s acres, near R. R. station. All frulti Krown In California can be grown will sell cheap. In New Mtxlco, eicept orauget and lemons. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of blue grass laud, Land from $ tojjo acreou 10 yiart' time, at pike, the Democracy t. lllueGraisrarinol o acres, on land; low 6 per cent. Call on or addreis, goo.1 R. C. MORGAN, D. I). S., Stanford, Ky. pneoandon easy terms. V. In areas to suit 8 ton Town lots in Stanford Is a candidate lor ailer, subject to the action cl purchasers. the dcmociacyaero fmo Jarm witli exec lem it. Ninety-thre- e on pike, mill del!iDg and other Improvements, 4 miles from Stanford. My capable ol division turned mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Jutt re tarm, Irom the cities with an elegant line of mil. osnialferfirn,;. Desirable In every part.ou Iinery, embracing In Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action 01 Jar. Offered low and on very easy terms. the democracy. ALL OF THE NOVELTIES (rime building; well finish36. Good of Stanlond. t ed on Main slrtt, in Eisternt-ar- .1 a bargain. ...ii. vv.ll ..Ii Of the leamn, cf which she will have lull control" S5 leet irooi. joo She alto engaged a ... lor oncrw " r liiAln rntintv. sub p, lir -- -eres on ......-IS a canmaaiH 17 Small farm of 19 house and lot or sell at Firt-Olas- s Dress-Make- r. to the action of tne democratic primary. Ject . low price on easy terms. Call and examine my stock of Millinery before o !o acres, a rr.llM Irom Stanferd 19 Smill firm nurlntr and leave vour order far vnnr dmim. wellt:nproved,ata bargain. Thanking you for past favors we solicit same. t . .. ,.. ijuciiu .r ".- ts a canuiuaieior cL..:tf ui riniitn rnnnlv. tub. it Hanging Fork, near MAUY DAVIS DUDDERAR. ti. Firm of fo acres on Ject to the action of the democratic pnmsry. Fine Blue Turnersville fronts ou pife, vmnguuu orchard. Prico low. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEACER. and cottage, nicely and 11. Hotel, near depot In London, Ky. convenienUy located, . Isa Candidate fsr Jailer f Lincoln county and Nine rooms in dwclliiiK, four rooms in cottjtre. asks his friends not to comn it themselves to any Btore house of 3 reoms All new buildings. (or oae else, as he is forced to suy at home and work. od tarn Lotanox 300 feet Fine location 1 Ills candidacy is subject to the action ol the store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an on eay terms. hi" Tlas Feooa Valley. pr JOHN B. MERSHON W. HAYS, W Hlue-gra- - ITevr Millinery. PETER HAMPTON, SAMM. OWENS, ... two-.to- ry :". uv. ki"' T . 1 . .";? J J. store-hous- e YEAGER & YEAGER, STANFORD, KY. Dera-ocrat- m, mi mm stable, Opera Fruit Trees For over-exerti- , fcyiry-thin- worth of lovely luutio xor tony S ID.Ull contj. IU) tut-el-, full tlio. best ? miKllti.sUsel music o( iho iHle.t.tuott op- f S JJcei. all ifoiten u p In thu most ulenant man. ner. Including four laruo, tlio I aderew.kl 5 the Hjwnl.ri dancer; lUogrcatost pianist j Adclla I'attl.snd au--' I iiiiili lloucicuult, the iriltll 1 lb NEW drew BIBllroadwar Theatre YOllK.MlJsl .- . llulMlng, ECHO, 'I Weare In our new stable in th Blockiand are well supplied with Houit ;new rigs and:horses; urnoutt will leave the stable. Have been purchased and ncthingbut fint-cU- ss i Give them a Call. dmmJmkbrtmm