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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893111401 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. rxHlfy V -- r is" . .. . ' Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXI. HUSTONVILE. LONDON, LAUREL UOUNTY. ' Journal. NO. 74 i v STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1893. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Tlio great Arlington Minstrels will Tho protracted meeting at tho WinLocal hunters report quail unusuHuetonvillolwa been very dull o( latonml tbo young peoplo havo been bi) nt tho opera house on the niht of chester Christian Church has closed ally 6cnrce. with '28 additions. Miss Christine Bradley entertained givon n chancu to rest up. Tlioro hasn't tho Hth. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. It is reported thin morning that LeThe years. letter "Q" will be found n few of her young friends Saturday boon n hop In town for four Tho pupils of Prof. M. G. Thomp vi Vaughn had a tooth pulled Sunday but twice in tho old testnment nnd three evening. 5U1 1893. Mayor Elect Robert Kinnnird and eon's college nro making proparntlona and it bled so frooly that ho died Mou times in tho new. Superior courses in Literature, for n musical and literary entertainment day morning. Throaro300 Btudents in Moody's the new couucilmen will take chargo of Fullcorpsof Conservatory and Normal School teachers. circulars furnished on application. Music and An. Excellent boirdlng department. Catalogues and A llttlo daughter of Squiro Alex Ar- Bible Institute in Chicago. Thoy do tho city's a (lairs Jan. 1. people on thanksgiving ovoning nnd our nold, of thu locust Grovo neighborhood, practical mission work overy night. Tho protracted meeting at New An- aro joyfully anticipating it. Rev. Z. Meek, of Cutlettsburg, edi- tioch closed Saturday night with 15 adMrs. lMsaio Dro lost her pocket who was badly burned by her clothes book om night last week and hag neith catching firo about ten day a ago, died on tor of thn Central Methodist, was defeat- ditions. Tho baptizing took place Suned for mayor by Capt. J. C. Hopkins, by day evening in Sugar Creek. er heard of it nor tho 515 50 that it was Sundny. I noticed in your paper a statement a small majority. Win. McClelland Johnson aDd famiin it. If this paragraph Is road bv tho DANVILLE, KY. Thero nro ISO students in.the several ly have returned from Lonisvillo. Mr. finder ho will greatly obligo Mrs. Drye copied from tho Cincinnati Enquirer that n Miss Lunsford, of London, Ky., theological seminaries in tho U. S. R, E Hughes was hero Sunday. Capt. Tho Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. by returning his find. Friday's Intkrior Journals did not had committed suicide, ho such fami- studying for tho ministry of the South- E. W. Lillard and wife, of Danville, were With a full course ot study, both English and Classical. Whilo the course ol instruction is espc ly liven hurt ami nothing of the kind ern Presbyterian church. reach hero till Saturday and an n hero Sunday. dally adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at the same time to furTho meeting at tho Baptist chnrch nish a liberal English education to any who desire it In connection with tho Academy, thero was a furor. Tho wreck has occurred at this placo. Dr. J. W. Wnrder, secretary of tho Two negroes were brought hero State board of missions, was hero in By tho A N was tho cause closed Friday night with eight additions on tho L. A way, tho I. J. has throe times tho larg- from Mt. Vernon, Sunday, accused of with Rev. A. V. Sizomore and to the membership, The baptizing will Has been wtablished in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal. Regular stuay est circulation of any papor that comes having taken up a rail in order to wreck other members of tho committee. take place at Dlx river next Sunday af- heiir under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and tho restraint and government oi a Christian home are combined with the best educational advantages. a train near Mt. Vernon. Tho rail was to our olllco. John I). Rockefeller has mado an- ternoon at 3 o'clock. Kor further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc , address a discovered before any train passed over. other conditional gift of $500,000 to the Miss Anna Held gavo her scholars Thero has been 33 now suits filed to JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville. Ky. s candy pulling at Beech wood School-hous- Hullou Is mixod up in this attempt. University of Chicago. His former tho next term of circuit court, which and a largo munificent gifts to this Bchool already Monday. Of this number 17 aro in Friday afternoon, which wbs County court hero Everybody says aggregate $3,000,000. equity and 10 common law. Tho crimigreatly enjoyed by all present. Tho crowd in attendance. candy was raado by thoso expert candy hang them and it may be done. Tho annual convention of Christians nal docket is composed chiefly of violaThero havo been a good many deaths nt Work in tho and lnanuf Actiirura. Mioses Jennio Ik-IUnited States nnd Cnna-d- tions of tho liquor laws. in Laurel county the past week. Mrs. Mary Uodd. A very large audience assembled at is bring held under tho auspices of Hunn & Coffey, tho onorgotlc young Thompson, mother of II. U. Thompson, tlii International Christian Workers As- the Presbyterian church Sunday morn Oysters always on hand, cither in bulk or cans, or served to order ing to hear Dr. W. C. Young, of Danville, in any style, with celery, etc. Morelaud merchants, havo completed died at East Bernstadt. "Uncle" Tom- sociation in Atlanta, Ua. their handsomo and commodiouH store- my Edwards died Thursday. J. D. PitFather Connelloy, a Catholic priest, preach, but that gentleman failed to room and nro now doing business in it. man, my follow townsman and personal was convicted nt Duluth, Minn., of rnp-in-g come. A telegram this morning eaya This, with King & Prowitt's fluo estab- friend, departed this life about 11! o'clock n girl of 17, who had gone to him to that ho started here, but took tbo wrong lishment, gives Moroland two stores that Thursday, of typhoid fever. Tho re- mnko confession, and it is likely that he road nnd wont to Stanford. The nudi- n town ten times its sizo would bo proud mains were taken in churgo by tho Ma will spend tho rest of his days in prison. onco was greatly disappointed. And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. sons nnd Knights of Pythias and conThe foot ball craze seems to havo of. Rev. W. A. Slaymaker had to leave W M. McAfee, lato of Stanford and veyed to their Inst resting placo nt Pitts- his meeting nt Boyd's in tho midst of n possession of the'eommunity. It is re- Candies, Nuts, &c, in great variety and abundance. Come in and glorious revival. Thero had been IS ad- ported thot the teams of two of tho easlater of tho firm of Alford & McAfee, burgh and consigned to earth with have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. ceremonies by both orders. ditions to tho McKinney liverymen, has rented tho church to Saturday nnd tern colleges have turned tho sport into Carpenter etablo and will opon a livery About 300 people were present to pay many were still anxiously inquiring regular brawls and altercations that would disgrace tho profession of prize and feed stable In a few days. This will their last tribute to tho dead. what they must do to bo Bavcd. Tho wreck of tho passenger train glvo our clover townsman, Millard Almeetings of Rev. Georgo O. fighters. It is also Bald that in one wes- At tho len, opposition, but ho can be relied near Altamont Thursday night has crea- Barnes standing room is at a premium tern college they havo a "Professor of on to hold his own no mattor who or te! considerable excitement nnd talk and many are turned nwoy every night. Foot Ball." If thoeo'light footed gentry here. Of course tho report that no one A what comes. striking feature of these meetings is want exercise, why don't they go to Wcatherford has rooted was seriously hurt has reached you and tho largo number of men who nro al- some widow's house nnd asBist in shovMr. J. G. Mrs. Bradley's residence for next year you have doubtless as accurate a report ways in attendance. Lexington Leader. eling in a load of coal? of the occurrence In typo already as I Mr. George Denny, Sr. received a By n unanimous vote of his congrennd it is very probable that Mrs. Pries give. Alter the passenger was Dryo will return to her propertr, which can gation Sunday Rev. A. V. Sizemoro was telegram from' Texas Friday nfternoon Mr. Wcatherford will vacate. This will thrown from the trock it was discovered granted n month's leave of absence to stating that his nephew, Faulkner Lusk, tools used by tho section hands bo bad news to tho traveling public and that raise $1,70Q for the Jnnie Wash Institute had committed suicide. Mr. Lusk was1 wore close to the wreck and ono rail had tho good Ublo sho flats at tho Weather-fornt Middleburg, which institution will bo tho republican candidate for county been taken entirely out. Upon further Bold House will be sadly miesed. under decree of court in December clerk here in 1S90, bnt withdrew from investigation it was learned that the tho raco anil went out West to teach Our cilizonB aro looking forward to unless that amount is fothcomlng. at Hazel Patch had been broAnd prices to suit the times. We now have an sco whnt ininrovemonts tho new trus The latest statistics of tho Salvation Bchool. Tho meesflgo contained no parken opon and the tools taken from that except that he had killed himlamps anJ tees will make. Street Army show that their work is establish- ticulars place. The fact that Jim Ballou, forrepaired would greatly help tho ed in 23 countries, in 21 different lan- self and been buried ther. He was a merly of appearance of the town as well as add brother-in-law- , Rockcastle county, and his guages, has 10 newspapers with nn an- model young man and had a host of John Collins, whoso fa- nual circulation of 12,000,000 comfort nnd safety to its citizens. Thero copies; friends hero who deeply 'deplore his ther moved hero from Clay county somo they also report treasis abundance of filthy lucre in tho S.070 stations, 10.S10 untimely death. ury and w. suggest that some of it be eight years ago, had been put off tho officers nnd estimate that they reach not passenger nt llnzil Patch Thursday MATRIMONIAL HATTERS. less than 7,000,000 persons overy week. used as abovo stated. ovoning, whilo trying to beat their way Mr. J. M. Cook remains qulto ill and Owing to their inability to collect Wnller Harrison, of Lobanon, and to PitUburg on "blind baggage," looked IiIb family and friends aro growing very money from tho members to pay the Miss Margaret Dugan wore married at Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, uneasy about him. Ilia daughter, Mrs. suspicious and Col. Bill Stringer imme necessary church expeueos, tho deacons Danvillo. diately arrested these parties. Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. Collins of tho Christians church U. J. Lylea, of Nashville, arrived SaturColorado's 1,000 majority for femnle hero recently bedside. Miss Leila confessed that they did tho work. It resigned in n body. Saturday an elec- sulirago is explained by a newspaper of day to attend his has been agreed between the t vo that AdaniB, n Birmingham beauty, la tho tion for a now set was held and Bros. J. the locality to moan that tho male resigueatof MUsMary Adams. Tono Hunn they would rob tho express and mail car S. Hockor, J. W. Harden, G. A. Peyton dents aro short of wivefl nnd seek to en and that one of them was to finish all IBSSBBS9HSM (Jii2JBBBsB0 ZiBB IBEsflStH and family will move to Columbia this nnd Will Severance were choon, the courage immigintion. who were not killed, whilo tho other week, greatly to the regret of our peoplo. youngst who havo served the church JobIc Manefiold, who figured 20 secured tho booty, but when tho acci Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adams havo returned in our recollection. iu tho Fisk Stokes nfiair, has yeais to their homo at Longviow, Aln. Misses dent nccurrod their nerves failod them The mooting at MeKondrue, turnod up again. This time sho appears Jefste and Kato Cook havo both boon and they skipped. Whon they woro by Revs. Arnold nnd Helm, as tho wife of Robert L. Reade, who is brought here Friday ovenlug nnd tho hick with severe colds, which soem to be cloned Sunday night with about 25 con about to sue for divorce. Ol Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. facts learned overy man aud most of the epidemic haro. Ono of the most charming girls in versions, several restorations, 13 addiDcn't fail to see,our Carpets and Rugs. women who expressed any opinion as to g all tho land is to bo married hero one of tions to the chii'-cand a general is how they should bo served, said they Tub official vote of Lincoln county of tli church and community. theee bright morninustonoitheVaPrince ought to be hung and if homo ono would as follows: The preaching of Bro. Holm was very nor n Duke nor a fortune hunter, hut a Miller, Lay, Holm, McClary have taken the leadership this verdict Precincts. acceptable to the people. His fearless young business man of unblemished 102 could have been executed. 07 05 S7 .Stanford, 1. exposures of sin, his tender and loving name, who will mako hor n model hus101 101 " 07 . W appeals, his simple, but strong presen- band. Guessing is now in order. 81) 118 111! 111 CRAB ORCHARD. 3. 02 01 tation's of Christ nnd a full and blcwod 1. Cor. Advocate. 05 10 To thoso wishing photos takon we salvation, won 71! 7 Crab Orchard, 1. 71 SI! At Manchester, threo months ago, the hearts of his hearers HO will OS 2. 07 61 sty Mr. Cordier will bo hero every and did much good. It is an instance of John Smith killed his mother-in-ln10 51 Waynesburgl. 60 SO Saturday in this month. practical Christian fraternity when a Mrs. John Davis, nud now tho luiBband Dealers In- 81 It 2. 81 JU Mibses Lulio Stuart nnd Bettio 10 ' 38 75 3. 31 IVsbyterinn an a Methodist can work of tho murdered woman has married his are luck alter a pleasant trip to together as did the two ministers in this SI SI Huston ville, 1. 70 33 daughter. Smith find the 1 1 11 3S Livingston and Pittsburg. ' 2. 11! 77 meeting. X country nnd has not been apprehended, 11 33 ' 3. 5S 73 Now corn is helling nt SI. 75 to $2 but Davis is still prosecuting tho case. DANVILLE. T. Mr. Holmes sold to parStkS delivered. S53 837 Ho had Smith indicted for murder nnd Total ties ;350 worth of butcher cattle. has his young wife as a witness against Miller's majority, 01!. (Advocate.) Wo aro having tho finest weather This is tho voto of tho four counties Centre College again defeated tho her father. poeslblo for corn gathering and our Invitations aro out to tho marriage of tho senatorial district as reported by Athletic Ciuh at foot hall Saturday afterfarmers nro busy hauling it to tho cribs. noon. Tho score was 12 to S. of Mrs. Samuel Cabell Lackey, of Atlanthereturning boards: Mr. Miller Gilbert, of Manchester, iB Lay. Miller. Counties SeeOur Large and Splendid Line Of Thero were, eight additions to tho ta, formerly of this county, to Miss Bet- dead. He was a brother of Mrs. Chas. Baptist congregation nt prayer meeting tie Leo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David 003 735 Boylo 0S4 873 Garrard Redd, of this place. Ho was a bachelor last night, after Mr. Lynch hnd mado VanArsdell, of Harrodsburg. Tho 775 837 Lincoln aud wo hear leaves a small estate. will occur at noon, Nov. 22d, at 1000 one of Ids intoresting'."littlo talks.' 718 Casey A hoy made his appearance in the .Mr. i.auuoy is Local hird hunters, finding thpt tho homo 01 tuo urine. 3101 hom of Dr. Cooper last Wednesday thero are no quail in this Boction, are au excellent young man nnd his pros 3103 Total night, lie is said to be a fine, healthy making preparations to go to other coun-tie- s pectivo bride is said to bo both lovely 203 Lay's Majority fellow and hiB grand father, Mr. C. A. for game. Several parties aro being and lovable. Tiik armor who edits tho Lonisvillo Redd, Sr. is about as proud as the pa Miss Anna Schilling, of Richmond, made up. -Times thus discoursed on tho unrivalled rents. who married a drummer namt I Harry Mr. Voiers, the prohibition State weather of last weok: Tho wiseacre Tho president attributes tho defeat Stroth, who proved to be a married man At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giwho says genuine Indian summer never lecturer, delivered an oxcollent lecture of the democrats to tho failuro of the and Friday Senate to act promptly on the proposi with two children, has had an intdrviow ant monopolies of manufactures, but now the panic-scarreknow at tho Holmes' precedes a spit of snow, doesn't wife Xo. 1, says tbo"Register, which manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as Is talking about. A aenuiner night. His remarks show deep and ear- tion to repeal the purchasing clause of with what bo Tho Rich- fast as they can, which means that prices are now being was mutually satisfactory. Bpell than this of the genulno thing nev nest thought, spiced with wit nnd ho the silver law. Ho considers that tho mond girl was desirous of being released er painted the forests in mazing reu anu hits his mark every time. fact of the democratic Congress nnd exThere .will be a box supper nt tho ecutive being able to bring this result from Stroth as soon as his deception was burnished gold, or Boftened thorn with a proven, which the law grants her in touch of gray haze. If such weather and college next Friday night, to which ev- about has not had time to be appreciasuch a case. Tho first wife asked that other conditions ruled tho wholo year ery ono is kindly invited. The proceeds ted. her husband should not be prosecuted, Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and ronnd, thero would bo no cities or civil- are for tho W. O. T. U. and wo hope to which Miss Anna agreed. sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that Horiior. Tbo Modorn Jack ized men. Everybody would take to thero will bo plenty of boxes proparod "Little Jack Horner sat in a cornet, I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. and plenty of buyers. Music will be Eating a Christmas pie; the woods. An albina Quail was shot near Atgoods, rotten He put in his thumb and pulled out a plum, They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hanTJinr la no disease so fatal among furnished by tho band nnd a good time lanta, Ga., recently. It was pure white Aud said 'what a good boy am 1 1' ', with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the mauufac-turerfor all is promised. and every children as Diphtheria with the ozcoption of tho tail, which was iiut little Jack Horner becamo a deep mourner should bo used to prevent it. If Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands When older he grew and a glutton . of the UBnal color. Spoclmon Gases. disease makes its appearance bis liver, I'll state, was like a dead weight, For this dread S. II Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes As he drank wine and ate too much mutton. in your neighborhood, take Stockton's with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 14, 1893, i, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c It was disordered, his liver was aif ectcd to an alarm AntiBeptic- -it is a euro preventive. Poor Jack's time ol grief, however, was brief Gontlemen: Ulcerated sore throat of inc degree, appetite fell away and he was terribly Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1.25. Ladies Button And of sickness he ceased to be fearful: kills all the germB of disease in tho sys- reduced in flesh aud strength, Threo bottles ci was prevailing in my worth $1. For a boon friend said "Well, let's try Pierces a malignant form can find lodgment. The Electric Hitters cured him. tem before they neighborhood and affecied both youn,z Shoes 90c, worth Si. 50. The largest and best selected stock of Pellets," Edward Shepherd, old adage, "an ounce of preventive is running sore on his Ilarrisburg', Illin standAnd with good livers both are now cheerful. and old. Stockton's Autiseptic cured Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line leg of eight years' worth a pound of euro," la well worth ing. Used three bottles of Klcctric Hitters and Pellets, absolutely effec- my little son in one night after all other of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant remembering. seven boxes of lluclclen's Arnica Salve and his remedies had failed. I knn of othora of sick headache, conitipat'on. leg is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba, tive in cases all derangements of the stomach and Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, and sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford. who used it with samo rnei.lt'. For O., had five large fever sores on hit lei;; doctors bowels. Sitisfaction guaranteed. Respectfully said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric and one Arnica Salve $500 reward ofteree for an incurable case ol CaTha nresent year will havo 53 Sun-- . rl c Hitters entirely. box llucklcn's Penny, drug 'IOM. J. W l Sold by A. R. cured hin tarrh by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Remedy, beginning and ending on that day gist. days, d. For sale by A. R. Tenny, jo cts; by druggists. of tho week. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September Centre College Academy. Home Boarding and Training Department conee-quon- co con-sultnt- ion e, bo-gin- to-da- y a OYSTERS I Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER. Splendid Dinner for 25c. d NEW : 600DS tool-hous- o aldo-walk- H -- con-lucte- d nwak-onin- SEVERANCE & SON. Hits-tonvill- o FARMS & HARDIN, -- Mc-Fa- ll 1 son-indaw- 's ancy Groceries, Hardware, Staple Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. cero-mo- uy FARMING IMPLEMENTS. THE HARD TIMES ARE OVER d ovr-loade- MB-1- School-Hous- o, d glLAUGMTIBMEB d 1 1 1 s. pro-cauti- indl-gttlo- n, JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. M t . ' . T. . ' . " Jr U.U .r,K- - - - - - I '' ' '" ",' tt tfc .. . - i ; h Tiieiie was no earthly excuse for a At Toronto, Kan., R. P. Barnard, to mob law at Bardstown, but by aged eighty, shot and killed his wife and tho foolish action of n lot of misguided daughter and then himself. Ho left a peoplo tho State was put to tho oxponso letter saying ho had out lived his use1S93 November Stanford, of sending troops to protect a miserable fulness. negro charged with rapo upon a white Judgo Richard Parker, who presided girl. The criminal was in tha hands of over tho trial of John Brown, the Abo W. P. WALTON. the law, his crime was such as to admit litionist, and who sentenced hiai to be of no doubt and the law whs sure to in- hanged, died Friday night at his homo flict tho punishment. Tho negro was at Winchester, Vn , aged 84. FAG-HSpromptly convicted and sontenced to Sweeping, Startling Reduction. The extraordinarily low prices quoted in the An express and freight train collided At the Louisville Store. die Jan. 5 and tho result would havo on tho Columbus, Hocking Valley and past two weeks bespcake the language of economy best known to all. You squander your money if you been the same without tho mob demon- Toledo road, nearBradner, O , four train- spend a dollar for clothing, cloaks, dry goods, shoes, &c, at any other house than strations. men being killed. The engineer of the As THKamoko of last Tuesday's battle freight is said to havo disobeyed ordcre. Op all tho babies handled by the chil of tte ballots clears away, there are preAn Illinois Central passenger train sented n any evidences that the demo- dren's nursery at tho World's Fair, but was held up five.miles north of cratic party was worso scared than hurt. ono was abandoned by its parents and Ky., by three or moro maskod men With its return to power the majority in not reclaimed. The Paris Fair had tho and over $7,000 was secured from tho the Senate showed so littlo capacity for same kind of n department and at its express car. Tho robbers made their dealing with the great questions of closo 150 children were found to bavo escape. finance and other matters and dallied been abandoned, presumably tho Tho New York World's special dis- We are the Pioneers of low, cash prices in Stanford, and our prices named will satisfy all who compare of illicit love. Tho comparison while the country wont on to ruin, that Ladies gray or tan cloaks, latest style, S2.50 worth $5 patches from the leading manufacturing them that we are the lowest. Just think of it. more than a million of democrats, dis- speaks volumes in praise of tho morals centres show that tho business is im- Black jersey jackets, high sleeves, Si. 50 worth $4. Ladies' cape cloaks, double breasted, in gray gusted and discouraged, failoJ to go to of this country. proving and that mills and factories are tan and black $3 50, worth $7. Ladies' all wool, fur trimmed, double breasted cloaks, in gray, tan and the polls. It was n severe rebuke, hut ChilMcKi.vley's official plurality for gov starting up, giving employment to the black, S5, worth Si 1. All of our better grades in ladies' cloaks will be sold comparatively low. if it prove the making of the party then ornor of Ohio is just 81,317, and his ma- unemployed. dren's cloaks will be sold at your own price. we can truly say that all's well that ends jority over all about 40,000. Pretty good John L. Jones, implicated in tho well. Tho people have spoken, let the for nn on" year. Unless somo great chan killing of Milton Jones, last year, was lenders heed or their last end will bo ges take place in tho party that is ever convicted of manslaughter ntManchoster worse than the first. It ia fortunate for changing, the republican presidential and sentenced to 21 years in the penithe democrats that their castration nominees in 1S90 will bo William tentiary. Fifteen lawyers wero engnged came when it did. They will have time of Ohio, and Thomas Brackett by tho defense. Will be sold lower than ever. Jans pants 75c worth $1. 25. Good wool jeans pants Si, worth Si. 50; before the real test of the confidence re Heed, of Maine. The women had their innings to Mens' Casimcre suits S2.50, S3. 50 and S5. worth double the money. Children's suits 75c, Si and Si. 25,' posed in their capability to run tho govMrs. A. T. fully worth double some extent last Tuesday. the money. Men's nd boys' ernment to think and correct tho mis It is almost as safe to ride on railroads Million, in Madison; Miss Lucy Pattie, takes which have beset it. Fortunately as it is to stay at homo. Tho mathema in Franklin, and Miss Katio McDaniel, no very serious results followed the elec tician of tho Inter-StatCommission in Christian, aroamoug the nowly electtion of last week. It will not effect the figures that only ono person in 1,101,910 ed school superintendents in this State. political complexion of the U. S. Senate, who ride as much ns 21 miles on the Elisha G. Wilson has sued the elec because the Legislatures chosen in Iowa, cars is killed. In Kentucky tho chances tion officers at Pinevillo for refusing to Uon't forget that our shoes will still be sold at the same low prices advertised in our last week's an. Kentucky and Virginia, tlio only ones are greater than that to got hit by a flypermit him to vote at the place ho wjs Come and secure them before it is too late. that will elect senators, will return men ing bullet. accustomed to. Tho town had been diof the samo political faith as those who The name of Gov. Boies' homo town vided into wards and that put him into now hold the positions. On the wholo ia Waterloo, In. Ho was beat in his own another voting place. Ho wants :?10, : wo can not truthfully say that tho party county nearly 1,000 votes. Who will pay 000 damages. did not need the beating that it got and The will of tho lato Carter II. Haris nothing in a name. A. URBANSKY CO., if it in wise it will profit in the end by it. there rison, of Chicago, has been mado public If it shall tho people will repese further NEWSY NOTES. With the exception of $10,000 donated confidence in it, if not it will be put out John Koch wbb phot and killed Sun to charitable institutions, the estate, valAugusta, Ky., went "wet" Rfter z in the cold for another 30 years or mor.e i9 to be divided equally day by Henry Garvin while hunting on ued at $950,000, and what if worso it will have deserved hotly contested election. expim-"otho farm of Garvin's mother noar LouisIsabel Thompson has been appoint- between his four children nt the it. ville. Garvin ordered Koch and tho of two years. ed postmaster at Alpine, Pulaski county. A company with $5,000 capital has friends with him off ihu place and fired Toe New York World says tho rout D. C. Toints, of Grant county, sold was fatal, in that Stato was complete. "Every- 100 fine breeding ewes at $5.25 per been formed at Tampa, Fia., to seek for upon them. Though his aim of 30 feet has Koch was over 200 yards away. Kidd's treasure. A depth thing is lost, including honor, which was head. though Mai. J. Fry Lawrence, of Louisville, candi sacrificed when a Al Bobbitt was lodged in jail at been reached and no gold struck, la Kccoivine His a number of interesting discoveries, president pf the Kentucky Fish & Game date was nominated for judge of our Louisvi'le for moonshining in PulaBki among them a petrified human heart, Club, dropped dead while on a hunting : highest court. The disaster was courted county. : expedition, of apoplexy. He was born when the State machine defied decency It is estimated that 100,0000 demo- have beon made. The Now York Journal of Commerce in 1S27 and came to thin state from Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. by tho nomination of Maynard. That crats remained away from tho polls in estimates that the firo losses in this Maryland at nn early age, where ho has act was an affront to tho moral sentiment New York State. with office. 10 months beeu repeatedly honored of the State. It outraged every proprie Mrs. Samuel Bennett, of Tanner, country and Canada during of 1S93 amounted to $132,8 15,400, against His mother married n second time and ty of politics. It wantonly violated the W. Va., is the mother of 29 children, all $103,341,550 for tho same period last his half sister ia tho wifo of sentiment of rpverential respect with of whom aro alive. Stevenson. Tne major had charge vear. showing the enormous increase of of New York have evwhich the people The Illinois Central road took in of Crab Orchard Springs ono season and I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, er regarded their court of last resort It during the World's Fair, leaving almost 125,000,000. of the mado many friends hereabouts. President Higginbotham, was an act that furnished a fitting cli- n profit of 1,5"1,7S1. and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. givmax to tho sort of tnacbino politics and The Superior Court of Michigan has World's Columbian Exposition, has Tourict'h K.m.8 ltound trip tioteo Ladies' watches former price $50 now $40.00; boss rule which found expression in the decided that an inmate of the Soldiers' en $100,000 from his private fortune to to Lookout Mountain. Tenn., Florida nnd tho endowment fund of the Columbian Georgia points, Asheville, N. C , New 1S92, in Home is not entitled to vote. snap convention of February, watciies former price S35 now 27.00; assuring the fulfillLadies' watches former price $2$ now 17.50. the election of Murphy as Senator, in The democrats of Clay did not nom- Museum, practically Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havana, etc, the flagrant violation of tho democratic inate a ticket and so far as tho returns ment of the condition attached to .Ma- will ho placed on sain by the Queen fc Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the principle of home rule by the Legisla- snow not a single Democratic vote was rshal Field's gift of 81,000,000. Crescent Koute on nnd nfter Nov. lHt, nt Eight men, with tho intention of greatly reduced rate. 'rhe (J. k C. is ture and in the subjection of the party cast. : Middle-town- , : to the will of an oligarchy. The verdict Managers of sluggers Mitchell and robbing the hank at North noted as ruuning solid vestibuled trains propitious Corbett last night reached un agreement Bourbon county, rode into town and to Florida and Now OrWue. Direct line is significant. The j ear was This sale will be made for CASH. Bring the money along with you. for the needed discipline. The State of- to fight in Jacksonville, Fla., January 4 shot at every citien who mado his to the Southern Tourist Resorts. Finest mortally wounding a negro. A next. fices lost are relatively unimportant. trains in the South. Ask your agent Francis Parkman, the historian, The band was repulsed by lb) citizens for tickets over the Queen fc Creecent; republican Legislature will be checked by a democratic governor. The honor and Prof. Herman August Uagen, of who wounded threo seriously. he will quote you rates or you can A party consisting of Wm. K. Car And Harvard College, the eminent scientist of the Court of Appeals is saved. W. O. Rineareon, G. P. A , Cincinlin, Jonn Harvey Pierce and A. nati, O. the bosses have learned that there is a are dead. of Now York, is lost in the Samuel Hanson, of Paris, commitlimit to tho patience of the people. Now Try This mountains of the Northwest. The snow ted suicide by shooting himself in the We are now receiving our winter goods von nothing unci wilt turoly do you If you do not, try ours, It will troulrfc with The judgo and jury in the trial that head. He was a son of the late Richard in tho passes is four to six feet deep and good If you have a couh, cold or anyNew I)icov-cr- y such as II r King resulted in a death verdict for old John H. Hanson. it is prohablo they will have to Bpend throat, chest or lungs Cough anJ Cold is guarfoi Consumption, anteed to Kive relict or money will bo raid Mck Brown, the Abolitionist, whoso body Tho assets of the life insurance com the winter in the mountains. Sufferer from La Orippo found it jut the thing Owing to the failure oftho last Leg- and under iti uw had j liieedy and perfect recov- was shortly afterwards "put into tho panies of the United States aggregate a sainoie I ni eiinn.c uu ground, while his spirit went marching $$50,000,000, while tho gross income is islature to pass the charter for cities of er forrvyourl( iuttbottle Roodourmini: it u Tri a how learn (Hudnut's.) Carolina Rice, I'oerstcr Cakes and Crackers, at the second class the municipal officers al bottlti freeand A K. I'cnuy' drug tore. Large on," to quoto from a song popular after $220,000,000. Uc jo cent Ji his neck was broken, have been remark-bl- e By the throwing out of tho vot e of chosen at Tuesday's election in LexingM. Terry, who ha bom In the drug busMr. W. for their longevity. The trial occur- "Craw" at Frankfort for irregularity, ton, it scorns, will have to wait patiently iness at KlUos, Ky , for the pat twelvo year, P, J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment ol Candies. Fruit's red before the war. yet some of them are Judge Ira Julian has been declared to until April, 1S94, before they will bo says. "Chamberlain Cough Remedy Rive bet ter satitlacttan than any other cough mtdicioe I and Nuts Hrcad every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. seats. permitted to take their still living, while tho judge has juit No be mayor elect. ever o!d " There i a good reason lor inn o ojuickly;noother aged 84. The Supreme Court of New Jereey other will cure a cold euro lor craup, no other cerTho present per capita circulation is af. tain a preventive and $25.49 according to the official treasury declaring tho present legislative ap- lord to much relief in caies of wHooping cough The Lexington Leader speaks of bar- statement. This is an increase of Jl portionment act unconstitutional, has KornjlnbyV 11. Mclloberts, DiUKgists, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. Kv tering one's birthright for a mess of por- since July 1, 1892. caused great consternation among the ridge. It is not expect-that a man At tho election in Cynthiana as to lawyers and politicians at thecnpitoland PUBLIC SALE who thinks as much about politics as whether the town should vote a tax of will cause restlessness among tho assemOFBrer Roberts, should know much about $40,000 to establish water works, 302 vo- blymen elect. It mBy render tho late Scripture, but we would suggest that he ted yea and 133 nay. election null and void. devote more timo to tho latter when he prominently Several gentlomeu, Chicago was enveloped in bucIi a would porhapa discover that to be Bib- dense fog Thursday night that it was al- identified with the coal industry in I will soil at public ale on lically correct ho must say pottage. most impossible to run street cars. There Western Pennsylvania, are en ronte to MYJellico coal district on tho Kentucky-Tennerfie- e the were several accidents. 14, David G. Colson has caught on to an line, and if their inspection It is said that another revolution office at last. His majority for mayor of has broken out in Cuba. This is under verifies statement made to them arrange- At tho late home of Mil Kate Swope, deed,, the the defunct town of Middlesboro is 314. leadership of Gen. Esquirre. Sever- ments will be made at once for an exten- following personalty, It is to bo hoped it did not cost him as the Flfty-l- x fixt'Clas Ewe. 43 nice, fat hogs, 37 Goods arc- sive purchase and development. al engagements have taken place. nice, fat thoats. 4 good milk cow, 5 nice a car. much as his fruitless effort to beat Col. Saturday night the (home oi Phil Contrary to the predictions of tho old iteer, i nice yearling calvi good famiSilas Adams, which is said to have causgentle for year old calamity howlers, silver has gone up in- Ervans, the negro rapist sentenced to be ly mare, i.orie, good any one to drive, a 5 year old harnet nice dilver, ed him to transfer $30,000 of good hard yearling-coltf 'Imiothy 5 itack stead of becoming u drug on the market hanged, was blown up with dynamite at hortp, nicecfovcr hay, mower, hay rake, hay 3 rick cash from his inside pocket to those of Bardstown. The mother of Evans and cultivator, since the repeal of the purchase bill. twine binder. horse slide, 1 hay an unappreciativo constituency. hedge cook stove, fork, grubbing bop, William Smith, one of the train rob- and his wifo and daughter are missing, knife, 7o4 shock gooj loddcr, set buggy Barnes. Mint they were in the bers shot at Coal Crook, died Thursday. and it is believed Toe administration is determined that His father tiireatens to sue sold before, The of the express house at the time of the explosion. The rented farmday oiairt, If notyear of iSj(, will bo on of ale for the its office holders shall not become "of- company, claiming that his son was not Term made known on day of ale. better element in the country denounce It has fensively active partisans." W.M SWOPK, a robber. the outrage. Admr. 7 td through Secretary Carlisle Baid to a colAnnie Pixley, the Minister Willis, acting under inAmer lector who inquired as to tho propriety ican actress, died at tho home of her structions from the State department, of serving as chairman of n democratic brother-in-lain England. Her most has taken such action in Hawaii as will IIORSE-SHOEINGIJM- " committee, that it would be best to done i back of Yeagtr & Ycagcr's popular creation was M'liss. restore the deposed queen to the throno. stable. Also all kind of wagon and buggy leave himself free to devote all his time J.GAHKINS. Mies Dora Miller, a New Orleans Ho finds that tho provincial government pairing. Give me a call. 6 im Stanford, Ky. to the duties of his office. teacher, has patented n blackboard era- there was virtually established by the The Louisville Post wastes neither ser, for the right of which she has been intervention of tho U. S. and that it was VITAL TO MANHOOD. words or pity on a poor fellow who offered $5,000. She Is going to wipe out a great wrong to an independent State, WHAT DOES IT MEAN? beside n flagrant nbuso of nuthority. wished to shuilla off his mortal coil. a mortgage with it. Umt 0Aia j 'fAkf Mr ti l"u tlii (hrn sal I'smtt at Kaute tu u an hrU The Diamoud plateglasa works, with The members of the National House l . . M.j f,..t Clvhj.rH 1. r .l This is tho way it disposes of a recent ti ' r rO. It :.iw I lAkivi ttJk4tU5t a young man liv- a capacity of 1,400 men, and other facto- Committeo on Rivers and Harbors were i case: Harry Thomas, ti ChutMuaf, AiImhu, r JaMnriliw Hurlt. ing on Clay street, attompted suicide ries employing 300 men will resume op. taken on a trip up Kentucky riverSatur-daSOLID VESTIBULCD 7RAINQ A large delegation, ,H.P-- O. WEHT'H NERVE AND UIIAI.V TREAT from Fraukfort. this morning. He shot at his brains but orations at Kokomo, Ind., after a Hfsterla, Iiziine, Fit, lieu Ttirorh rnVtcUVrra ird Pirf ". tttetDrllf IithsaT close down. rmtwir consisting of Kentucky congressmen raid la, Headache, Knrruus i'rotratlon caused bj I'nw . s4 ieliiu.it, t KWtUl failed to locate them and inflicted only a ulcohol or tobacco, Wakefulnee., Mental Deprelou DIjmi uu - W.uunl lkku !a NVOrli! ul C. AiTl!L, tr Lawyer WeekB, who stole a million and citizens of Frankfort, accompanied BoMenlnir of Drain, causing Innaultr, misery, decay j;'rrTKirt. Afk w.ol. stout ..ur rr.ui fml.mad. at I.ohIitHI... wound in the scalp. death, I'reraature- Old Ao, Hi.ll'jrrlll. un.l ljinrviirl.iir, illrt- tuiuwvU.u. ol UiIukU.ii in New York and fled to Costa Rica, the committee and the trip was greatly rower In either sex, Impotency,llarronnesj, Los al FlUH.ltUulvJtt.lil.llJ U iDt.hfUlll Lencorrhuta nnd vr r r.i.vraiaov. Percale Wocknoesea, A lawyer at Nashville gave tho lie to from which county he waa extra Jited, enjoyed. The members were deeply torrbiea caused by Involuntary Lo.e, Kpertoa of brain, Helf Utn'l l'ai'r Af tiut, Ciiuumttl, O. abuse, A juoutb'a Judge Sage, in his U. S. court at Nash- plead guilty and was given 10 years. He impressed with the needs for further 2Jor.P by. mall VUn eac" order for treatment.!. 0 bos, rltt QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. guarantee to refund If not cured stranga to say, accepted an asked to be taken to Sing Sing at once so government improvements, and it is W will send written by ville, who, Ouaranteet Usued auent. WLWS LIVER VllAX Hick Headache, RllioaneM, Liver Complaint - orintl will cures Stomach, 1)vim'mU apology instead of breaking a chair over that he could bo getting the benefit of ti.....i, r.nli)i1a Hint, mn oh a mullein. iiuui." ..." Sour QUARAATixa twied and ConttiDatlon. result from the excursion. oulj by the fellow's bead or sending him to jail. all the time. &mi-Weekly Interior Journal i ru-B- ort Ki, !, . Mil! IjMijIi i INlfiliMii 6 0E8 Bard-wel- l, At The Louisville Store. all-wool Mc-Kin- ley XX X IVCt!! o Ov ercoats at Your Own Price THE LOUISVILLE STORE. & Stanford, Ky. n crime-tainte- d lyttolgtto AND -- H.G.RUPLEY,- FALL WINTER GOODS. Vice-Preside- Great Clearance Sale. SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. H Him-melwrig- Do You Get Good Coffee? Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, Hominy, California Canned and Evaporated Fruits, ," I Man-for- d, McKINNEY BKOS., d -- PERSONAL PROPERTY Tuesday, Nov. i893i aooDS FAIL! INTEH -- USTEW" 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 All In. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 well-know- n r Come and See. H. J. McROBERTS. 17 m w horac-shnei- -- 109 41 23 90 .- &t iina-- tv-- 1 . yt . ftlr-Uj- . 1 y six-mon- ths -i ! v-!- 1 . I - -t I over-eiortl- J1 '". -- if t . "! rf Semi-Weekly Interior Journal! I Window RBt all W. B. McKoborts. cizeB, na Josiah Bishop sold to Robert and Miss Viola's great show will likely! Dave Logan and others 300 barrols corn pitch its tents hero in -- HAVE- Tub "World's Fair" is in our midst Win. Ruo & Son, of Danyille, seand can bo Been for 10 cents. It is loca- cured 88 premiums on harness nnd sadJNoVfUiiiBR 11, 18011 Stanford, Ky., e. ted In front of tbo dle horses this year. - It will start- tho littlo and bitf, old nud Ludd Doblo says that tho winnings y A won formed at Livingston yesterda E. C. Walton, Business Manager jyouui;. at Dunks-'- tiiojowelor. to hang Ballon, tho train- - wreckor, but of hia stable for tho campaign just closed Docb killed ho von and wounded a tho sheriff outwitted It, tho more'u th amount to $53,953.33. MEAHS BUSINESS. Ed Wnlker, of Garrard, sold to number ut uiuurs of Will Hays' sheep P11 . As follows: of Madison, St picked s Friday night. Bl'V your school books and school loveliest of weather has prevnlled Thomas Chennult, The feeders, 1,230 pounds, at 3c. ol nil kinds nt A. K. Penny's. Duildcrar's Mill Pike November iSth JuriTcn is now rivaling Venus for su for a week, broken only by showers SunW. A. OlTutt bought in Shelby counWatciieb, clocks and jowelry rennlrpil day night, which did not last long. Crab Orchard and Prcachcrsvillc Pikes. 20th and warranted. Engraving u specialty, premacy hm thu evening star and both ty for Mrs. W. A. Moore and I. S. Ship-maat A. 1L l'enny'H. aro nearly as brilliant as the new moon. Generally fair and colder is tho forecast Hustonville Pike 100 stock ewes at $3.60. 2ISt for Tub Inrjjeat stock of Driite. Medicines, Sales of 20 mixed cattlo at 1 to 2J Danville Pike 22d The vomit: Knntlemon will civo a Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at The 20 shares of stock in the First Na- and some nice butcher heifers at 2c are A. K.Peuny'a. Prescriptions a special in naked ball at Walton's Opera Uoueo Somerset Pike 23d tional Bank of Stanford, advertised by noted in tho Somerset" Reporter. on tho 20th, before Thanks-giving- . T. Lancaster Pike R. C. Mason for Mrs. 8. M. Black, sold nt 24th Horsemen eay that a horse needs miction yesterday to Sam T. Harris at many months of training to tho old Rowland and Stanford PERSONAL POINTS. 9 9 25 th Lincoln county only got one first pre- $ 108 25, tho lowest for a long tlnle. sulky to go well after having got used to ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. Hon. It. C. Warukn went to Casey mium nt tho World's Fair. It was Cait. T. K. Connut, formerly a freight thu bike. awarded to Mr. W. P. Glvons for tbo Feed stuff Bold for cash only. Those Mas. B. F. Jones returned from Lexconductor on this division of theL. A N., best corn. who aro now indebted will pleaso call ington Saturday. has sued the company for $20,000 for inMies Maiiy Kay has been tho guest of The sheriff of Casey, Mr. Mao Wheat, juries received at New Hope, whilo in and settle their accounts at once. J. II. Baugbinan & Co. Sirs. L. II. Cook. advertises tho properly of 150 delin- tho line of duty, and which huvo renDirectum has won H heats In 2:10 ' Mils. Jack Tuiinkk, of Livingston, was quents for sale on the Ith of Decomber, dered him a cripple. I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly or better and after his match race with 9 9 9 the guest of Mrs. Itannio UurkH. the first day of tho circuit court. renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, Colon kl A hams, son of U. A. Adame, Alix, wo'll wnger ho will bo credited Mies May Adams, of Grays, la visit! ng Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We are now thoroughly prepared Gkoikii; Alfouo, of McKinnpy, is tho of tho K.ist End, was tried ycaterday be with tbreo moro. nt MaJ. Kd Itosser's, in Ilarrodsburg. We have a large stock of Spectacles. fore Judge- Varnon on a charge of bes- Leer Bros, sold a jennet to Posey & to wait on our friends. BnionT Fjcrrkll received ono voto for proudest mnn In tho Stato. A fluo boy arrived nt his house Sunday morning and tardy, brought by Misu Mary June;. Son, of Russell ville, for $1,300. They al Stato Senator in thu Stanford precinct, The Jury believed him guilty and said so sold a Wilkes colt to O. W. Martin, of Mns. Bi.anciikSwrknky, of Lancaster, he is hardly able to contain himself. 9 9 9 that ho should pay thu mother $50 a Seymour, Ind., for $200. Paris News. was tbo guest of Mrs. Mary iJiiKlumnn a The next regularly booked compa- year for 12 years. 15. P. Woods Bhipped a of few days. ny to appear at Walton's Opera House 9 9 . hops to Cincinnati Saturday, bought at 5 Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. All of which Mk. J. H. Mount, of LaGrangp, is hero is the Farmer Hopkini Troupe, which Wiiecked. One of thu most diabolical to see Mrs. II. J. McKoborts, who is will hold tho boards Thanksgiving deeds over known in this section was to 51. Of tho number 17, averaging 225 we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. lbs., were bought of Dr. L. B. Cook at gradually sinking. committed by Grant Collins and John night. Do not Forget This 1. We are always glad to see you. 2. No 5 cents. Wk regret to learn that MIm Jennie, Ballon Friday morning. Tho two scounThe lato fall gave opportunity to trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for Oi'K choice selections for the holiday drels, with murder and robbery in their daughter of Prof. J. B. Walton, in in it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment such bad health that her mother had to trado aro now ready for the inspection hearts, b'vke open the tool house near grow r second frop of tobacco from the and approval of nil who know a good Altatnoi i and securing tho necessary suckers in Southern Kentucky and always on hand. 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight- take hor to Colorado. thing when they see it, at Dauks', the outfit, proceeded to n curvo on a down quite a number of farmers cut this secMu. F. M. Flknnek, who has for G. ID. ond crop. years been in tho mercantile bust' Jeweler. eradi- 'juIow there and opened tho rails. W. L. Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. Mr. John Bright says that a good necs in Tuiinewoo, has moved his family A NCMiiKiiof youug couples surprised In n short time expross No. 27 with Phil deal of thu forward wheat will be deback to his farm near Ttirnersvillo. Mr. Warren HocKer tho other night, but Soden at tho throttle and Capt. J. W. stroyed by the Hessian fly, na ho baa Miss N. VinniNiA Jackson, of the Col- he wnN equal to the occasion and enter- Bose in charge of the train, came thunlege faculty, has been quito ill of a nur tained them in groat phnp, not forget- dering down the rond. A dense fog pro- discovered a great many eggs on his and K vous nfluction, but is convalescent now. ting to minister to the inner man with vailed and Mr. Sodon could not have various other crops. Tho Hnrrodsburg Democrat reports Sho is a splondid teacher and her clnwoa nicely prepared refreshmentsdisconnected rails had it been seen tho sales of 40 head of 1,200 pound cattlo at Heaequartcrs for- aro mnking rapid progress. daylight, instead of about 2 a. m. In an of tho Locturo So- incUnt thero was n terrific jar and in 3.C2J. two car loads of hogs nt 5, 44 What has become Mns. W. A. Hirr, with hor daughter, GO feeders Miss Alliu, and sons, Alexia ami G ro- ciety? It furnished a great deal of proilt another tho engine lay wheels np down yearling cattlo nt 2J to 3 and of 1,100 pounds at 3c. ver, aru visiting Mrs. J. K. VanArsdale, and amusoment last season; why not try n 40 foot embankment. Tho engineer J. P. Chandler, auctioneer, reports her sister, whom she had not seen for it again ? Tho loss that it sustained last did not jump, but went down with the tho Bale of Chandler & Eaton as follows: year should not frighten tho society ponderous machine. Fortunately he was 15 years. heifers $17 50; Jersey heifOf all kinds. The most complete line of Mtt. A. A, Lewis will not start that ro iuto the sleepless sleep of death. thrown from the cab lu tho turn over er $25; milk cowa $17; horses $72 to $S5; publican weekly at Frankfort this year,, and to that ho owes his epenpo from inP. W. Green has rented of George corn In tho fiold $1 So per barrel aud 10 but may n'mother year. He is now postant death. He was picked up 30 feet tonB of hay $77. his livery stable nt McKiuney and lice Judge- of Somerset, satielled that a opened s livery and feed further down unhurt save a few scratchout a E. S. Crume, of Nolin, sold so James is worth two in tho bird in the hand stable. Mr. Samuel Kugleinnn will bo es. When tho engine left thu track it M. Rinn S4 bushels of clover seed at causEver in Stanford. Prices according to the times. bush. fn charge and will always bo ready to at broke loose from tbo train nnd that $5.20 a bushel, amounting to $436.80. ed the nlr brakes to be applied with all AMONothoyonnRitera I saw capering tend the wants of thou who call. This Feed Mr. Crumo hulled from 32 their force; consequently only tho bag acres around In the etieutB election uay wero after raising a good crop of grass on Isaac Gibson, of Mllleclvllle, SS; Mat ah nwnt of tho Kxcolsior Steam gage car nnd one day conch wero over- it. Elizabethtown News. MoKinnoy, of Mt. Salem, S5, and James Laundry, Dayton, Ohio, tho best laun- turned and they wero laid alongside the Writing from his new home near Walker, formerly of Perry villi, SO, and dry over represented here. I will take track. Tho other caw, including two Farmington, Washington, nnd enclosing they weru all as fiollcsomo and merry as up laundry on Monday mornings. Your sleepers, remained in position, but the his subscription for another year, Mr. R. boys of 21. Dr. Alcorn in Danville Ad- trade solicited. Give mo a call. All sudden check threw the passengers in O. Bywaters writes: "This is a desolate work guaranteed. Jesso I). Wearen. great confusion. Strange to say, uo one vocate. looking country at present. We are 9 ANDWhen last heard from P. F. Smith, of In tho county court9 justerday A. C. was seriously hurt. Fireman Tom Mar- not through harvesting yet and have of that city, was chasing tin was bruised up considerably;, Burnside, Judge Bobinson'H tax list was reduced from half of the crop spoiled." .Messenger W. II. Blessings was cayotes off his Perry, Cherokee Strip, $7,000 $70. Dr. S. U. Hooker was Stato Commissioner of Agriculture to slightly hurt, so wan Mail Messenger L. lota and coraling votes for city attorney, (.'ranted McDowell says in his monthly report drug license J. G. Weather-forB. Hastings and thu news butcher, for which ullleo h was a full Hedged iiualifid m guardian of M. P. Pea- whoso name we could not get. A negro that the spring wheat crop is in fine conMr. candidate. Someraet Bcporter. cock and J. W. Kubanks of Ida Curtis. dition to stand tho winter, nnd calls atman named Coleman was the worst in Smith was one of the builders of tho CinLadies' Tailor-Mad- e Jackets ! Ladies' Tailor Made Coats!' Misstention to tho fact that Kentucky is now cinnati Southern and did u good doal of The Caledonian Literary Society of jured but his wounds aro not serioup. recognizou oy secretary .uortou as one es' Jackets and Reefers ! Children's Gretchings and Reefers ! business in Stanford. Turiieraville will have open session at On bein i! arrested tho fiends confessed of tlio principal wheat growing states of at that place Saturday that they had committed tho deed with Such bargains and values never offered in Stanford beford: Do you tho school-housthe Union. CITY AND VICINITY. night. There will be a debate by six tho hopo of killing all the passengers so A good crowd attended court yes- want to buy a fashionable Cloak or Fur Cape ? If so, come to us this young menol Stanford. Subject: "Which that they could 10b them unmolested. terday, but business was generally dull. week. Why is it that our sales of Dress Goods, Silks, Kid Gloves, cottagoon Mill street for rent. Nick offers tho Greatest Field for Work, the They wore taken to tho London jail and About 75 cattle were on the market, but Cloaks, Ladies' and Gents' Underwear, are so large. Because we 11. Bftughroan. J. Pulpit or tho Bar." Kverybody cordial- - are still there, though they ought to not many sales weru made. Butcher have been hung. Wo aro opposed to Nbw lot of Zeigler boots anil shoes Just ly invited. keep the stock and sell good valuss at low prices. These departments cattlo brought lj to 2Je; mob law, but when offonsea are commitreceived at S. II. Shanks'. We call aloud this Ixmt. A black and white sow, heavy feeders 3c; a lot of mountain cattlo al 2c. we mention are constantly crowded with buyers. ted for which tho law can not inflict adWo will offer our second addition House and lot on Upper with pigs, right ear split and left with equate punishment, Judge Lynch should A number of plug horses and mules sold week for the men to take notice. Foil Bent. $9 50 to $00. hole in it. Will weigh about 200 pounds. Main street. Mrs. Kato HayB. to Overcoats, Mackintoshes, Boots, Shoes. Our first purchase was hand. Such fiends should not bo at Sho has not been seen sinco Mr. E. P. taken permitted to live longer thun their of hooting taken up so rapidly we were compelled to duplicate purchase. Cam. and see that line Woods shipped hogs from Bowland, Oct. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Wearen k Co.'a boforo 21st, when sho waseceu near cattle pen. worthless necks can be broken. Though stoves nt W. II. Come at once before sizes are broken. R. G. Dun & Co.'s Commer young they aru steeped in crime and the buying. A liberal reward will bo paid for her cial Agency reports revival in business everywhere. Let us not be sooner tho world is rid of their presence by Sam Myers, Stanford. Fon Bent anii Sale. Two cottager, 3STOTICE. behind in old Stanford but turn on the electricity and come to the tho better. Their homo is in Rockcasboth on Main Street. Apply to Mits Somerset Boporter Bays that J. S. tle, where they huge frequently figured The The LIvcry firm of Alford & McAfee, McKln-oe- front. Liccie Benziey, Stanford, Ky. hai dlnolved and tho accounts of the firm McWillianiB is in jail thero for shooting In tho courts. They say that the reason arc in Mr. Thomas Waller's hands for collection. into tho house ofW. II. Gooch and they made no attempt to rob tho passen- If you are In delit to the firm, plenae settle with I Voieiw will speak on proPnor. A. set our business doted McWII- - gers Is that their nervo failed them after hiiu, as wo are anxious to (JKORGE In Stanford, wounding his little dauuhter. up. hibition ut tho ALFOUD, W. M. McAFKK, for W. they saw whnt they had dono. GEORGE D. PREWITT. B. U. KING. Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 15 and lenma went to Gooch's and called McKinney, Ky, C. Floyd, who failed to como out and it HI, ot7i i'. M. Row Ben Helm goes to Salvlaa towas then that he tired the shot. Lost. A white and yellow shepherd day to hold a meeting. was formerly postmaster at O. dog. Liberal reward for hm return or K., this county, and is a f pretty bad Bov. W. E. Arnold will begin a MORELAND, KY., J. information as to his whereabouts. meeting at Halls Gap next Monday ZZZ citizen. We have opened up a nice line ol reruns having; claims against the estate of C. 9 9 A. Givens, McKlnnoy. night. Preaching at 0:30 i. si. Drown, dee'd, will present them properly proven .99 On Friday evening, 3d, a lady lost her by Feb. 1, i3j4 and thoie who owe it will come A BLUiiiT change of schedule went in- pocket book containing over f 20 aud forward and settle at ouce. FARM AND THADE'ITEMS. 7j.4t J. T. UROWN. Admr . Only to effect on tho L. fc N. Suuday. other valuables on tho piko near Pleasant Point, Ky, 6omo Turkeys aro bringing 0 to Ojc on express Is effected aud Shelby City. It had her name and adtho that passes hero now at :i.:W instead of dress on a letter inside and the tinder foot in Jessamine. I We arc daily receiving our Fall Goods, which wc are marking O. T. Johnsonsold to J. W. Adams 3.13 A. M. could not have helped knowing to whom down lower than ever. a lot of hogs at 5c. it belonged. Advertisements wero prinThero aro close to 2,200 n Jdltions to All persons Indebted to the estate of Mis Kite Select your gifts from our complcto ted on pesters and in newspapers, but Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you Suope will please settle on or before December t, stock and you will bo sure of getting tho the 2:30 list this year. next and those having claims against her will pre money. nothing has been heard of it. Tho pro payment to enfiol Theo. Powell sold to Huffman a lot sent them properly time. for W. .M. SWOI'K,tho most appropriate presents at tho fairest undersigned by that is therefore not a violent one rWe are opening up a splendid line of Pall Millinery. Admr. you have over known. Banks sumption of corn an $2.10 delivered. figures We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. that tho Under ia'ln thief, who ought to Six flno Berkshire boars for salo. the jeweler. be lu tho penitentiary Instead of runJohn Murphy, McKiuney. oxamino our ning at large. Comk in this week and ! 9 Statistics Bhow that the majority of cloaks, fur capes, dress goods, kid gloves, The congregation at tho Presbyterian fast pacera aro trotting-bre- d. AND underwear, boots, shoes, Ac, and if you church hero (got the benefit of a good Beazley Bros, sold to B. G. Fox, of want nattorns come nnd get tho stand sermon byJBev. W. C. Young, president Boylo, a harness maro for $150. PUBLIC RENTING OF A FARM. ard patterns. Hughes & Tate. of Centre College, Danville, Sunday, John B. Foster bought yestenlay a cattlo nt 3J. With n mnn in tbo tower always on which WUS, intendend for n Lancaster pair of As administrator of the ciitate of J. P. Land, AND Tho crop of cotton Beed of the South dee'd, I will on the lookout to handlo tho interlocking audience. Tho doctor drove Judge Jaswitches, thero ought to bo no more cob's horse, which is more accustomed to will bring 30,000,000 this year. Nov. 21, 1893, have taken Over 10 collisions at Junction City nnd thero coming to Stanford than going to LanNear Slortiand, Ky sell at public auction to the Tho now system caster, and when he got to tho forks of records of 2:20 or better this year. will likely not ho. highest bidder the personal estate oi decedent, mare, trotting consisting ol a gooda family horse, i brood hoes, i tho roads, ho was too much immorsod Pascal placed the llko a charm. Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. works jo milk cow and calf, yearling cattlo, 5 fat hiB sermon to prevent the animal record at 20:15 at Fleetwood Park. in ewes, about 73 bushels of oats, 50 bushels of Germonths old; from choosing bitch set of wagon har8 stacks of hay, LosT.-Ho- und the routo. Ho drove on Dick Gontry, of Boylo, bought of man millet, aud the ness, buggy tan care; spot ou root of tall till ho reached tho toll gate nearest Stanwhite with W. M. Murphy, yesterday, 32 export catblack spot about tho Blzo of a half dollar, ford, when ho inquired "How far la It tle at 4c. Household & Kitchen Furniture. Finder on left Bide, right nostril whito. to Lancaster?" Mr. Dickinson told him J. E. Bruco and son, Robert, de- r will ln at irent sell at the same time. three- returning to W. 10 will recolvo reward by miles nnd then it was ho awakened to horned 170 cattlo for West End parties horse and t wagen, and rent to the high- uy. "'" Stanford. est Diuaer me larm mr im B. McKlnney, the reality of tho situation. It was too Thursday. contains 316 acres of good land, well improved and Salem iato to reach Lancaster in time to preach W. W. Hays sold to Ed Carter 50 desirably located. personal Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. sold TERMS. The Lost. On tho plko between Mt. over Saturday, Nov. 11th, so he went to the church here and be- ewes at $ I and to Beazley Bros. 11 at the on a credit of 3 months tor all sumsbank $10, on McKlnney on nnd and bearnote with good security, payable in spectaclas. Find- -, ing recognized by Mr. Slaymaker, was samo price. ing interest from date ol sale. For sums of Jio a nalr of gold framed cash. preach and accepted tho inviGooch's ofllce in invited to McOlure & Uolman sold to J, S. and under, win oe rrmcu uu wis er will leave at W. R. ine farm uiii iciiu u d nersoual security will be required. Will pay a liberal reward tation. And it camo to pass that what OffBley, Sr., a bunch of Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. McKlnney. EDWARb ALCORN, Ad mr. was Lancaster's loss was Stanford's gain. feeders at 3je. Givens, McKinney. Mrs. Fannie Fink cnmlipn In hotli atick and French flt Farrla & Hnnlin's. Cmirr-hons' ' -- the fluid at $2. That OIL CAN READY On Saturday, tMv.18tSi, i sup-plie- n to-da- y. m to-da- y. NEW DRUG STORE. cians' Prescriptions. - Particular Attention Paid to Physi car-loa- d sev-er- - S. M. - W H. WEAREN & CO -- - STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS Two-year-ol- d Al-for- d - flrst-clas- HEATING : STOVES 1 Ex-nre- sa UOAIS -- d e 1,100-poun- d re-ur- n y, HUGHES & TATE. Conrt-Hous- o , 74-- 4t B 1TOTIOEI KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, north-boun- d 1TOTIOE 1 73-- Administrator's Sale Corn Wanted. KHTG A PREWITT. 1,770-poun- BUG b9 BOOKS. -- three-year-ol- Tuesday, o 1 1 1 SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded 1 year-ol- d ..... 1,200-poun- W. Bo McMdDBDBra, 73-- .. q i- - r- - ,-- V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Evory Tuesday find Friday $15 -- PKU YiSAUIN' ADVANCE When not so paid S.60 will be charged. Tho WANTED IT FIXED. OfT. but It "Wasn't (Julct. "Cairn, aro you tho editor of thia K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a, I'asseil So pa-por- r- it Train naves Rowland at 5:00 p. ra. ra., returning L.&N. Express train LOCAL TIME CARD. ............... JZatl train going North " ti 11 7 Pm rn i ... ii North .9368111 Lscal Freight North..... Souttu. passengers. ..jo;p ta The latter train also carry The above It calculated on standard time Solar e is about 10 minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. " South aouia.............. 51 pm ..313 am Tho speaker was tall, raw boned, miiltUo iiu'etl man, with faded sorrol hair and n hand lileo a smoked ham. "I am, sir," replied tho editor of tho Ponvillo Bugle. "What can I do for 11 you?" Trains pass Junction City as follows: No. 1., Vestibule Limited. n.So ftSouth.bound. a.jca. a. m.j No. 3 , Chicago Limited,m.; No. m.; No. 5., 7., Local, Express. 1 11 1. New Orleans ea.ta p. m.; No. 9., Wue Grass Vestibule, 8.40 p. Northbound. -- No. a, v'estlbule Limited, 6.48 p.m.; No. 4., Fast Mail. 3.53 P- m.; No. 6., Cnlga-R- o Limited, 3.37 a. m.. No. 8., Local, a.55 . ".; No. jo, Hluo Crass Special, 6 a. m. - "Yon had n piece in your paper this week nbout a marryin nt Hopkins' Run last Thursday, didn't ye":" "Yes, sir; I bclievo I did." "Tho marryin was at Peter Crumpet's, wasn't it?' "I think it was." "His oldest gal was married to Clnm Harkins that right?" "That is right." Btnted speeds, "You wroto tho piece, did ye?" Tho cost of tho wholo outfit, it is ar"Of courso I I wroto it, but" "Stop right there! Yon wroto it, hey?" gued, will bo comparatively low, tho (rAr your be w'uheiit a bottle of Chamberlain's Water Jot Propulsion l'or Ships. never is a lor Water jet propulsion for ships seems Cough Remedy, itknowncertain cure given croup, JKl.LICO, TENNESSEE, freely and has nerr been to havo n peculiar fascination for a great ns soon as the croupy cough to fall. It will prevent appears it SAM II. WAKNACK, 1'ror. Is te solo reliance with thousands many iuvontora. Year uftOr year its t.ieattaik. It Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. supposed merits havo been dinned into of mothers who have croupy children, In and uewr - - KENTUCKY. There Is no danger giving this London, diapcointstnem u Remedy In large and fieijupnt dotes, as it contains tho cars of people likely to interest The best hotel In the city and tho only one with Refitted and refurnished nd in every way pre- iu it financially, nnd in n number nothing Injurious, II.jo cent bottles Druggist, StanMckoberls, For sale by W pared to attend the wants of the public, Rates a sample roam for drummers Kspccu attention to the traveling public Rales , of cases actual trials linvo been mado ford.. very reawnsblo with n view of practically demonstrating that tho advantages claimed for it really exist. None of theso experiments has ever given tho slightest encourageThe finest fruit belt of New Mexico. No fall When Tbiby wns slclc, wa fpxvo hor Ctutorl. ure in crops under irrigation If properly attended ment to tho scheme. Still, liko ghost, it will not down, nnd nt When riio was n Child, she cried for Castorla. Cime to my place near Maywuod, on the 7"' to. All fruits grown in California can be grown of July, a by mare Ttxas pony. Owner can get In New Mexico, except oranges and lemons. When rio benamo Miss, aho clunff to CaMcrin. present it is again being vigorously adLaml from i to $30 per acre on 10 years' time, at her by paying fi her keeping and this notice. Vv1. 1' STEPHENSON. 6 per cent. Call on or address, vertised. Its promises, of course, aro of When sho had Children, she Rpxcthem Contorts. R.C. MORGAN, D. D. S., Maywood, Ky. an alluring kind. Stanlord, Ky. caso of complicated engines to drive In screw propellers or paddlo wheels wo THE P. 0. MILLINERY. havo simply, so tho promoters tell us, to Uucklln'a Arnica Salvo. Having seemed the services ol Miss Mstlie Alprovido a few pumps, a boiler or perhaps The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruisrs len from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this season. I tetter, fever several boilerc, to supply tho steam nec- seres, ulcers, salt rheum,corns sores,all skin chap- cordially luvit the ladies to inspect a carefully Call at the room and seo the erup and chilblains, ped prices to suit the essary to work them, and n nozzlo in tho tionshands,positively curss piles, or no pay requit- selected Hoik ot Millinery st Indlanapelis, have and times. The Misses Webster, of and Boat Soloctod P,Y' stern of tho vessel. Tho pumps will tuko ed, his guaranteed to Price perfect satislactioa charge of the Dress Making Department andaie 5 cents per boa. now ready to serve the MHIm. Stock in water through orifices in tho bow or or money refunded. Pennv, Stanford, Ky. w0r sale by A. K. MISS LICC1E I1EAZI.F.Y, nt tho sides of tho ship, drivo it out at Of Millinery In town, The goods and prices are Stanford, Ky. a ""I1,?1 bound to please yon. high pressuro through tho nozzlo at tho The best piaster Diunpen and bind MRS. I'.T. COURTS. 10 Chamberlain's Tain llalm iloIM stern, and reaction will do tho rest, pro- with ol pain. It Is better than any .n" scat an anp ication on the cht pelling tho boat forward at variously tho lungs aro sore such the -- children subject to croup! If nr. you THE OLD- - JCHISOIT HOUSE, m Tho Florono Hotel, thorn-sclve- Jl-t- ui EBTKA12". Th.o Pocoa Valley. Ban-quo- 's '"r- -I 70-- t TO THE liADIES. post-offi- Largest pl0' UL Itf "Tho tho facta wero given to mo by somebody from that neighborhood and" "Tho facts!" howled tho rnwboned Btranger, bringing his fist down on tho table with a bang that jarred tho editor In his chair. "They warn't facta! You said tho weddin passed off quietly. "Who told yon it passed off quietly?" "Why why, what's wrong with that? Didn't it pass off quietly?" i "No, sir!" thundered tho man. "I ought to know! I'm tho gal's father! oark I'm Peter Crumpet! Tho weddin passed off, sir, with tho golwhoppinist Bhivareo over got up in our neighborhood, nnd if you don't put it that way next week nu do tho gal justico I'll como back an A cream of tarter baking pow- break every darned bono in yer body!" der. Higest of all in leavening Tho editor of tho Peavillo Bnglo hastistrength. Latest United States ly promised to set tho matter right in his nest issue, and Mr. Peter Crumpet of Government Food Report. Hopkins' Run turned on his heel nnd BOYATBAKINGEPOWDER CO., climbed heavily out of tho office, shaking his head in a threatening manner as 106 Wall St., New York. ho went out. Denver Tribune. xm Bakincr - spaco occupied also will bo small, nnd tho expenso of mnintennnco of tho machinery will bo materially reduced as compared with that of tho currently used installations aboard ship. Tho drawback to tho wholo thing, however, is that tho system will not work, or rather that it will not work in a commercially satisfactory way. Cassier's MagaA hu'1 and another on the back, between blades, will olten prevent pneuj onla back or a rain nothing o good tor a lame R. D. side. A sore throat can nearly always be cored in NICHOLASYILLK, Is Agent for the Jones Lock Wire Tenet and it Is one n cht by applying a flannel bandage dampenby the Harness to be the best Wire biuieVforleby W. . McRoberts. Drug. tronouneed world; no cutting, no snagging; pig tight and bull strong Call on 1. M llruce at SEAL ESTATE glt. Stanlord. Stanford or address It D. Uruee at Danville, Ky ""," Attention, Farmers. BRUCE J". T. FARRA, I " Jessamine County, Ky., IKSUSANCE AQENT, 64 WALLACE E. VARNON, y- Room 5, Farmers Btchacge Rank, the office of Court, Is a candidate for partty Judge; subject to tho action of democratic GTTNS BSFAIBED. zine In girl camo to Now York and secured employment as a servant, having in view Stroll); Hearted Young Wotnnn. tor County Judge of Lincoln, sub r. tho summer of 1890 n bright Ittilian ject to the action ol the Democracy. JAMES W. GIVENS O. P. HUFFMAN J. M. PETTY, prompt attention. as new. Old guns or pistols made Stock, Grain, Market and Tobacco Farms in tho Blue-Gras- s St-j- m MsoMely fowaer J Always for sale. .Mm Timber Lands in the mounThe Gun Maker at Lancaster, will be in Stanford tains for sale. Correspondence solicited, one day of each month (or iho purpose of getting repairs. Work left at the Myeis lleuse or Mack llutlman's will bo sent to him and will receive good J. H. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM Representing Pure BBe Owsley Building. A. S. PRICE, Drug; SURGEON DENTIST. Office over MeRoberu Storelnthe new Stanford. B ' fc mlMitCC To transact tho business of the railways thoro wero required last year tho Uncle But that doesn't hurt! Karlcheu That's just why, for moth- services of 03,130 locomotives, of which er said if it hurt I should havo some wero employed in passenger service, Having purchased the 17,559 iu freight scrvico nnd 0,729 in yard sweeties! Schweizer Wochenblatt. service nnd in service not specified. To It Worked. perform the passongor traffic of this great Customer Waiter, I notico that tho country last year 28,870 cars wero emOf J. W. Ramsey, lam Increasing thestockas I st a;posibIe and will noun have t servants in thia establishment aro for- ployed, and tho freight scrvico of tho country gavo employmont to 9C0,08S; Par- bidden to receive gratuitios. ,ixi Waiter (solemnly) Sir, over sinco my while 36,001 cars wero required in tho earliest childhood I havo been notod for sorvicc of tho railwuys themselves. I will my disbbedienco. I broke my lnothor's VCall at my store on Lancaster street and Putting the?o figures in n moro conmake it to your interest to trade with me heart through it. I thank you, sir. crete and definite form, tho locomotives of the railways of tho United States, if W. C. KUTCHINCS. London marshaled, with their tenders, into a sin3 A Wi Observation. gle lino would mnko a train 857 miles A. G. Liuihhtn John H. Cattleman. Frankie Papa, I've just boen looking long. With tho paaeengcr cars reported nt a granddnddy long legs and thinking. owned last year wo might mako a train Papa What have you been thinking, that would reach from Boston to within my denr? 13 miles of Philadelphia. Frankie I've been thinking that if I19 But tho most wondorful figures arc took tho rheumatism in his logs thero'd brought out by n similar arrangement be very little wellness loft. Harper's of car3 in freight service. Placing thefco Young People. cars together in a continuous train, it seems almost incediblo that this train Not Too Hot l'or Illm. would bo 7,028 miles long, but 60 tho "Talk abont heat! AKBEE & ASTLEM AH grees when was Why, it was 00 de- figures mako it nppear, and allowing B at Marseilles, and yet tho distanco from Boston to San FranI MANAGERS,; I endured it without tho least inconve- cisco to bo 3,000 miles our train of nience." freigLt cars would reach from Boston to Commerce Building, Louis villo "Surely you aro joking?" San Francisco, from San Francisco back Agents throughout the South. "Not at all. I was thero threo days, to Boston and from Boston again as far nnd it was 30 degrees each day." Paria west as Chicago. What tonnago they would movo at a singlo lond I leavo you VT. A. TEI3BLF., Local Agent, Figaro. to conceive if you can. E. A, Moseley No Time to Ixiso. JSTANFORD, KY. Mra. Billns (IriHurely packing her in Trainmen? Convention. trunk) What aro you in such a hurry Mining In Alaska. about, John? Some destitute Alaskan miners who Mr. Billus Why, blamo it, Maria, IWill'Selllat Cost for the Next Tvo got to shut tho lid of that trunk wero recently landed in San Francisco 30 Days down nnd lock it, and tho train's duo in by a United States rovonuo steamship of D. G. Slaughter, 2 hours and CO minutes. Chicago Trib- brought a dismal account of tho gold Tne entire stock orgoodsin the town of Crab Orfields of the Yukon country. Thoy do at his storehouse une. chard, Ky. This is a large an orwell assorted not dispute tho claim that mineral wealth atock ot goods, all new, consisting Wasted. exists thero, but say that a great part of For a nervous old Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and man atseven years mado circuit gentle- it lies under impenotrnblo mountains of Woolwich of half ice. Moreover, tho high cost of living a 0ap3, Notions, FurShoes, Hats, a milo twico per day rather than pass a renders the prospects of tho avorago Groceries, &c. niture, powder magazine. Tho other day ho miner extremely dubious. Inclement lenrned that it had boen empty for moro weather, too, limits tho mining season to Come at once and secure bargains. 8 months each year. "Mining in AlasGOES than eight years. ka," said ono of tho prospectors, "is difA Slow Goer. At first cost Remember that the first to come is ferent from mining in' any other region I served. the first ft. fflV t '.i over heard of. In prospecting for claims It. H. BKONAUGH, Adrar. 6j Egn you first have to dig up from six inches to three feet of moss, and beneath that is JOHNSON'S K --JfcTi'i VfKliu- n a mass of ico of questionable depth which wi"ii stsu h7izuriii ji MAGNETIC OIL! InttantKllliTOtPaln. has to bo thawod beforo yon strike bedInternal and External. rock. I have seen men thaw out 80 feet Cores RHEUMATISM. NEURAL of ico and then not get anything." Ho GIA, Lame Uc, Bpraws, urmses. tSwciaw, Stiff Joints, COLIOnndadmitted, however, tmit occasionally tho IS.UUluy. wuuioru JiuiIbus, Oroup.Dlpthtrla, Boro Throat, gold seeker "struck it rich." San FranHEADACHE, as U by magic. cisco Letter. Especially prepared ror QwAblri boo-oo-oo- h! Proving the Doctrine. Wandering Willie There is soruethin in that doctrin 'bout castin yer bread on tho waters. Tottering Tom Proceed! Wandering Willie Why, a covo asked mo to hold his coat whilo ho fixed his horse's hoofs, and I held tho coat. Now p. B. HILEY.Proprlotor. tho coat holds me. See? Boston Tran- -- - Kentucky. script. 'London, Disappointed. I hare moTed to my new Hotelland am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Uncle Dear mc, Karlchen! What are every convenience deGood Livery attached and you crying for this time? sired. OWc.RcalU.arRMK RlLgYt Karlchen Been having my hair cut; on January 16th, 1893, a Firtt-ClaDairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to tho people of Stanlord: and Rowland at the following prices, delivered o cent Fresh Milk, per gallon to cenu Stimmed Milk, pir gallon ....... 8 cenu Butter Milk, per gallon Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage ol the , jG.A.PKYlON, ublic l solicited. Stanford, Ky oi.i yr. I will open sa In Doubt. Prudenco is ono of tho virtues that naturally go with age, but sometimes it is developed early. "Tommy," said a thoughtful mother, "your Undo William will bo hero to dinner today, and you must wash your face." "Yes, ma," said tho thrifty Thomas, "but 'sposen ho don't come. What then?" Exchange. THE RILEY HOUSE tho saving of money enough to pay tho subject to the action Isacandldate passago of her parents from Italy to this the Democratic for Jailer, He would appreciate your party. moro favored land. A briof oxperienco vote. showed her that at tho low wages sho wns ablo to obtain it would bo n long JOHN M. JOHNSON timo beforo sho could hopo to boo her Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln icounty parents here, and sho decided to adopt subject to the actlor. ot the Democratic patty. tho garb of a man in order that sl? might obtain n man's wages. Siio did A. GIVENS so, nnd readily found employment on a Sheriff of Lincoln county, subIs a railrond which was being built iu Penn- ject Candidate forof the Democratic patty. to the action sylvania. Despito tho blistering of her hands nnd tho hardships of tho labor, sho toiled faithfully for months, living by herself Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of . in n small hut not far from Unzleton, the democratic party. and as much as iossiblo avoiding asso G. ciation with her fellow laborers, by whom tho supposed effeminnte youug Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol man was not held in high esteem. the Democracy. Sho had nearly accumulated the amount of money necessary to bring the parents to America- when a former neighfor Assessor, subject to the action Is bor of tho family in tho old country was of a Candidate democracy. the given employment on tho railroad and placed iu tho saino gang with tho strong hearted young woman. Ho immediately action recognized her, and tho fact of her Is a Candidate for Assessor, subjectliolme was reported to tho foreman, but of the Democratic party. the latter on hearing her pathetic story E. D. did not order her discharge. Ho simply consented that sho should go on with Is a candidato for to the office ol A. Lincoln County, subject to action of the tho work sho had been pursuing, and nt last reports sho was merrily wielding tho democratic party. pick aud shovel, happy in tho assurance that her parents would soon bo with her. ol Good Housekeeping. for jailer, subjecf.to then-etiIs a Orchard, Lawn, G.rden. INSURANCE AGENT Kulltocks el fruit and ornamental trees, grape vines, aspiraius, smsll Irults, shrubs, and every thing usually found in a nursery e.tabllshmrnt. Wcm1I direct to the planter and have no agents, Catalogue on application. rjg-i- m J. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; ItLKSMBYK ry. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Lexington, Ins. Co. of North America. Companies. I would All of which are be pleased to wait o my friends In this lie. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will Insure against tornadoes, wind norms and lightning Lightning without additional charge. Off.cs at First National Hank. Stanford. first-cla11 ss TO COAL BURNERS Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: Having made arrangements with the Kaxt Co., I am now prepared to sell maryou Jelllco Coal at the lowest fer gin. Ifindthstby paying cash and selling me much cheaper, so come and trr cah I can sell arxlseehow little money will buy jour Winter supply ot this Coal, the best on ine minti. Thanking you for past lavors anu soliciting a ecntiauance of same. 1 am resplfuIlyouis. S D ADAMS, Kowlanu. DINK FARMER peil W. DEBORD THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., 40-j- m M.F. ELKIN, - D. S. CARPENTER, At the well-know- n JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, It now is my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to to old stand ol J. II. Green, In JNO. BRIGHT Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky, 1n dis-gui- Would be glad to see his numerou. Inends and show themTin stock of goods consisting of Furniture, Saddlery, Hardware Hugglcs and Farming Implements. Give him a call. ...STANFORD.... not only maintain its high reputation, but to add its long list ol friends, bpectsl accommodations fer commercial travelers anj An rooms. (or the dlsploy of samploi. .AlFlrst-Clas- s KENNEDY, Snloon Jellico Goal Co., Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached j"-- tl JOSEPH COFFKY, STABLE, WW, F2&D AM nw M Falls Branch w.l,;dawson, At John Mjnefee's brick on Depat street, by Miners and shippers of the GENUINK eand-dat- on the democracy. Mllea of Kallronri Curs. COME to SEE MS. JOHN BAILEY, I. a candidate for Jailer, subject tol the old JelTersonlan democracy. theaction lef Whowill stall times be glad to acwounadate with good rigs at reasonable rates. My'llusjwill jS meet all K. C. trains. J. W. RAMSEY, Pro'r., all SPLENDID FAUM Original Jelllco Coal. It. We arc the sole agents tor Stanford Jsnd Rowland. Office coreer ol Depot street and railroad crossing. 6 IIIGGINS A WATTS. Try - 8,6-1- 8 Grocery : Business ticular. Every for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. JOHN B. MERSHON For Snlc Cheap Privately. 1 Oommorcial McKINNEY, KY. I Hotel, all sell privately I. a Candidate My Splendid Farm of lQOAcrea, have bought above mentioned;' Hotel at and have aiiaihed a Complete w. W HAYS, et Is a candidate tor alUr, subject to the taetiem ttic domociacy Situate! 1W ll South of Stanford. This farm Firot-Clao- o Is ma hign slate odultivatioo and has pUtntjr of Have repaired and the beat ol wlr. All is gra but o acres, lias am fcetter than ever the very best of improvements. stanlord. Ky. W. w- - HAYS, f 47-t- Bar and Pool Room. ;rel'irnlshd te Hotel and Tit-Bit- s. PETER HAMPTON, Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action the democracy. 01 V. H.MILLKll. J. II. SOWDP.R. Prepared to Accommodato the Public. Hpoewl attenttou to Catamotctal Men. MILLER & SOWDER, tun ROYAL F LIVERPOOL. SAMM. OWENS, Is a candidate (or Sheriff or Lincoln county, to the action of the democratic trimary. sub-je- REAL STANFORD, -:- - ESTATE - KENTUCKY Journal Ilullding. J!'. Livery and Feed subUt attached. P W. GULKN. Propmtor. KOUT, Maaagor. nserance otnpany Doalors and Brokers, Office Interior !Tgw Millinory. My mothf, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has juit re turned Irom the uties with aa hgant line of tail, linery, embracing T. D. NEWLAND, ject to the action of the democratic primsry. 1. ,.niaio tar Sheriff of Lineoin county, sub ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the seamn, of which she will have lull control She also engaged a Firt-Clas- 0 T. J. HATCHER is a Candidate fer Jailer of Lincoln cou .ty and nskshu frlenJs nit to commit themseWuiid to auy work home one else, as he is forced to slay at Hit candidacy is subject to the actiou ol tho party. Dem-ocrat- PROPERTY FOR SALE. finelr imprtiveu. l'lno UI11 Griss Farm ot 333H acres on pike s Dress-Make- r. a. Farm of 100 acres, finely Improved. at low price. Call and cssmlnerrj Offered buying and leave your Thanking you fer past . rin III.,., r.rnt Farm, of io acres. In high MARY late ol cultivation, well improved: offered low. stock of Millinery beforo order for your dresses. favors we solicit same. j DAVIS DUDDERAR. 2TOTICE. BANK Bl THE JEWELER. -- STANFORD, : Stock Most Complete Good 5. Farm of u acres, near R. R. station. THOMAS YSAGER. JAMES YKAGER. blue grass land; will sell cheap. F'.twO 7. Ulue Grass Farm ol 13a acres, on land; low s miles from Stanlord; good easy terms. price and on F2.D AND SALS STABLE 8 to is. Town lots In Stanford In areas; to suit purchasers. acre fine farm witll exce jeni 8TANFORD, .Y. 17. Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike, from Stautord. Wcare In our new stable in the Opera Hout 4 miles of division Block and are well supplied with 34 Large bluo grass Urrn, capable smaller farms. Desirable In every particu into lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. Ulue-gras- YEAGER & YEAGER, mil I ?! rylfimStsr WL. 4st1 22r sw OILVERrW ,iaE. EVERYTHING Tit-Bit- s. frame building; well finish36. Good ed on Main street, in Eastern part of Manload. Have been purchased and nothing 'but a bargain. uroouts will leave the stable. i5 (eel front, aoo back. Will sU at Small farm of 19 cres on Hanging Fork. 37 Will exchange for smal house and lot or sell at low price on easy terms. two-sto- ry ;hew rigs andhorses first-cta- ss ( Give them a Call. I fei. wea mm -- 3ij. Smalt fsrm ol So acres, 1 miles Irom Stanfcrd welllmproved, at a bargain. 31. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near Fins Blue grassland, Turnersvtlle fronts on pike, with good Improvements and nice young orchard. Price low. fr$ &r w UtlA-Ul'- adVlfflHa For the Sick lioota. A convenient article for the sick room JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. UedlotUnl and Toilet. Tho Great 8kln Cure nnd is a long, low shelf , supported at cither e tnost Vao Boautlflsrt. Ladlea will find It Bpnp on end by broad stanchions. It spans tho Mr. Green Whero's Dolfy going? dsslteato and hlghljr prtumd Toilet Make tho thmarket. It la absolutely pure. lost com- Mrs. Going to pick somo invalid's lap without touching her and restores tUnttoft find velvety and the Baththe Infants, papes. Green for enables her to eat, when proppod up in luxury for Fdexiom Itching, cleoe the scalp end promotes bed, with tho sumo convenience as Mr. Green They aro n- nto yet, ifeogTowtnotaali. KImSc forealeby v Mrs. Green Oh, the by the though she were not deprived of dining S time he reaches then. - H. Bazar. room comforts. A. It. PENNY, r rram m DnAnU, stock, Double strerurUi FenetratlngLlnimcntJ or tlio most Powerful and Large sUu 71c, 60c. sizeMnu Wc. H rlk stln existeso. mm ' - Js Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt personal attention given to repair work. One call will convince you that this is the place to trade. lof.ted. near denotln London, Ky. Nineroomsln dwelling, four roams in cottage. Store house of 3 rcoms All new buildings. Also 3' Hotel, nir.tl store-bous- e and cottage, nicely and good barn. Lot 200x3 00 feet. Fine location for store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an 1 on eay terms. Frult Trees For Sale ! I ! JOHN B. DoNARDI, Carriage Fainter and Trimmer, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmtd and reatyle. Plain and ornamental paired In Signs. Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanship and price. Shop on main street, over Wm, Liaugharty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. first-clas- s 1 f, Stanford. ready for transplants nto orchard and garden this Kail. Orchards of Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred. the best. EveryThe trees are nice, the varietiesattractive and the thing needed to make home here For circulars children happy will be found J, A. McKEE 4 CO., Ky. address Kingsvilie, 64 West At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile fine have as of KingsTtllo, Lincoln county. Weever handled,a Trees as any roan stocie ot Fruit JrL, ( I1' IHI --a -V- Ii' VI UU--?? ) Vi & (- - -- AT- Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Therr are three o! the best Barbers in tbt There are also excellent Hath Rooms run , nection. Agent for Lexington Steam La" ' s i, yt-..,.- ! '. - ttr-- i . Ht. ,Lja! 1l,? i.