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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893112101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r -- 1. TV" rr TSTIS, ' t ae?r tf ' n Semi Weekly Interior vol. -- John Journal NO. 76 u I i i t XXI. LAUREL UOUNTY. GRAB ORCHARD. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1893. A FEW INCONGRUITIES. i I'M !- -' LONDON, h J LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. for Texas Theroaro nro three weddings booked Gen. Landram Finds Many Ridiculous Fea- festivals, so say luresintne New Laws. to tuauo that State his home. II. G. Mat-eo- n, for tho mid-wintIn Chapter 182 of the Acta of tho last "they." of Rising Sun, Intl., is here. Mrs. K. H. Davis,' of Dilllon, was on Legislature, in the Act rolnting to ld son of Johnny Tho Carroll, living in tho Plney Woods shot n visit to her father this weok at Win "Crimes nnd Punishments," for aiost of tho violations of law, tho fines nro Bet i old Stuart's. and instantly killed his g out ns "not less than 120 nor moro than Tho members of the College nro brother Thursdny evening. Tho mother to givo n nice entertainment to $50;" "not less than $23 nor moro than left tho boy playing with tho baby while she went after water. Thero was n pis- help buy books and the dato of samo $100;" "not lees thnn $2 nor more than tol in tho drawer of a table in the room will ho given in time for everybody to $30," and so on through tho whole catalogue of offenses. In section 223, howwith one load in it, which tho little fel- come. Charlie Slaughter was takon to Dr. ever, there is this provision: "In penal low got and shot. Last Friday evening Sum Warnock Carpenter this week as his frleuds feared prosecutions, if tho defendant confess nnd Sim McMurray went hunting. About ho was losing his mind. It is a pitiful judgment it shall he for tho penalty imone mllo from town, towards Paris Sta-tlo- caso as he was n very promising young posed by law." Under section 102, "If they found a man lying behind a man. Wo hope he will soon be restored any person shall hunt game, with a gun or dogs, on tho Sabbath, ho shall bo finlog dead with his faca upward. The permanently. Tho handsome and convenient homo ed not less than $3 nor more than $30 yards from tho rail body was about 200 of Mrs Kva Ward will bo for rent after for each offense." Now, if n violator of road, half way up n hill. McMurray to town and reported to Sheriff January 1st. It Is the most desirablo this Statute should come into court and property in our town, nicely Bltuated confess what would bo the penalty ImMoran, who immediately summoned posed upon him by tho law? Would it to view tho body and investigate. and isolated enough to bo pleasant. Receipts of tho supper for tho bone-fi- t be i or $50, or acy whore between these was found that he Upon examination it of tho W. C. T. U., Friday night, figures? The ridiculousness of this prohad been shot, two bullet holes bolng in his body just abovo tho loft nipple. Tho amounted to tho paltry sum of $2 3o vision applies to nearly every section of holes wore through his over and under-shir- t A goodly number of nico boxes wero ar- the law. Chapter 170 of tho lato Acta of tho only and tho vest, coat and over- ranged by tho ladies, but there was not tho holes. Ho enough of tho whisky smell to attract an General Assemblj provides that "Tho coat wero buttoned over was well dressed, wearing a blue cloth audience. Thero was a dance in town Seal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky shall have upon it the device, two friends overcoat, a four button corkscrew frock the samo night. Day leaves four-year-opro-parinn. ' ' Tho newly elected police judge, W. M. Totten, does not take the cilice until next September. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. The butcher shops nro now closed 5U1 1893. on Sundays. This seems to be getting tho thiqg down loo fine. Superior courses in Literature, Muilc and Messrs. John M. Duncan, James W. Full corps of Comorvatory and Normal School teacher. An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Henry, J. B Kinuaird, D. M. Lackey and Robert Kinnaird wero ordained as deacons in the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Those who joined tho Baptistchurch at the recent revival were baptized iu DANVILLE, KY. Dix River Sunday evening by Rev. Campbell, tho pastor. They were Miss- The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. es Emma aud Mattie Eison, Julia May With a full course ol study, both English and Classical. While tho course ol instruction it espeto prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it is intended at the same time to furand Nannie Gaines. Four others joined cially adapted English education to any who desire It In connection with the Academy, nish a liberal by letter. Saturday morning as Mrs. Robert A. Rice was driving into town, her horco Has been wtabluhed in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal. Regular stuay the and the became frightened and backed down an hours under home supervision of the Principal and assistants advantages. restraints and government of are combined with the best educational a Christian embankment near Dr. Grant's. She For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, etc., address was thrown from the buggy nnd one JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville. Ky. wheel passed over her. Fortunately she was unhurt except a few bruises. The members of the local Masonic lodge aro making arrangements to give n big supper and entertainment at the and havo engaged that Oysters always on hand, cither in bulk or cans, or served to order building both upstairs aud down. They Contributions are coming in rather embracing each other, with the words have not decided upon the date, hut are CDat, with vest to match; overshlrt dove in any style, with celery, etc. colored with a small white stripe run- Blowly to our city library. Only about 'Commonwealth of Kentucky."' Over fixing up to put the big pot in the little ning through; white llneu collar, gold 30 volumes have been received. Mr. their heads and around them tho words ono. collar button in front, with a button to Editor, you as well as all the friends of "United weStand, Divided wo Fall." It Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harlan, of Daneducation in your city are kindly asked will bo observed that tho two distin- ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gaines, hold collar sewed on bohind; red four-ihind tie; shirt opening in front; heavy to donate books and your names will be guished Kentuckians who are to be Sunday. Miss Dollie McRoberta, of And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. brown woolen undershirt und gray llau-n- handed down to posterity and tho good honored by being placed upon the seal Stanford, will be the gueBt of Mr$. D. M. It would not do to Lackey this week. Mies Ollio Marrs, of Candies, Nuts, &c, in great variety and abundance. Come in and drawers; brown socks and lace shoes you will do livo long years after you are are to bo "friends-nllow a friend and an enemy to embrace Danville, is the guest of Miss Maria alio 7, having been half solod just under gono hence. have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. Tho Thompson brothers having im- oach other, for that would be an exhibi- Cook. Mr. George Lusk, who haB been tho front of tho foot about three inches. Ills height was about live feet, flvo inch bibed too freely of the favorite drink of tion of brotherly love quite out of the attending the Bryant & Stratton Coloi, smooth shaven, freckled over upper this section, drew knives and would havo range of modern civilization, nnd instead lege, Louisville, is visiting his aunt, part of the face and forehead, dark, thin hurt several of our cltizons, Saturday, of establishing "peace ou earth; good Mrs. Geo. Denny. Miss Katio hair two inches long and bluo or gray hut for the timely interference of tho will to men," might result in an of Bryantsvilie, is visiting Mies fisticuff, compared with which that Jennie Burnside, Mi&s Bernice Baugh-maA tsmall scar just below in- marshal. So arrests wero made nnd the eyes. dex finger on tho Mt hand looks like it offenders were placed in wagons and al- of Mitchell and Corbett would not be a has returned to her home in Richmight hnvo been burnt. Tho nail on lowed to go home. A poor citizen, for circumstanco. The old seal merely re- mond. tho big too of the left foot was deformed, a much Blighter offense, was Bent to jail quired tho couple to shake hands, while It is related thnt a professor of heel showing that it had to bo triinnmd on a short time ago. No money no friends. ou the new they are to embrace; that is nnd was traveling many years Tho Saturday nuctiou ol tho to give each other an old style bear hug. ago through old Virginia. He registertho side next to the other toe. On his person was found a whlto silk handker- goods of D. G. Slaughter, deceased, was Over their patriotic heads are the pon- ed at an inn of n small village as "H. chief highly perfumed, an Oxford Bible largely attended nnd things brought fair derous wordb "Commonwealth of Ken- Clay." Thinking It to be the Sjge of with pssagea and references marked prices. More drunken men wero Been tucky," which they may see by elevat- Ashland, h committee of prominent citi nearly all tho way through, n hvmn-boo- k in town than for several monrhs. The ing their eyes at an angle of 43 degrees, zens called upon him and requested him with a piece of clover between two ladies were almost run over at the auc- whilo they are admonished to stick as to address the people during bin visit. And prices to suit the times. We now have an songs, a two bladed, white handled knife tion and the man stood in crowds be- closely together as two affianced lovers, Ho thanked the committee, but dennd a note book that opened at tho end, foro them, causing all to stand on chairs by being encircled with tho words, clined, informing them that there was with a little pocket book in it. In the nnd boxes, who wished toseo tho articles "United wo Stand, Divided we Fall." just six feet difference between himself By Section 2 of Chapter 177, General and tho distinguished statesman they book was written the numo of J. Wil- told. J. P. Chandler is auctioneer and liams, Omaha, Xeb., and tho following his lungs wero well tested. Thero will Act concerning gaming, it is provided stinnosed him to be: that Mr. Clay's tal lines bo another auction next Friday aud Sat that, "If any person shall lose toanoth- -. ents were in his head, while his were iu Far dlntant from tho pleasing ecenos of urday at samo place. er at one time, or within 21 hours, $5 or his heels; that ho was a dancing master. of life, more, or property or other thing of thnt But then ho was a professor, aud might , From all tho joys which severed friendThe most "huioosiu' critter" that will value, and shall pay, transfer or deliver if he had lived long enough, have won ship give. be in tho next Kentucky House of Rep- the same, such loser or any creditor of the chair of "Football" in ono of our of mallco and of strife, Amid the sons Whoro discord reigns, I am doomed to resentatives will be Jeremiah Vardeman his, may recover the same, or the value modern colleges. Professor of football!! Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, live. Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. Crenshaw, who defeated tho Democratic thereof, from the winner, by suit within Think of it; teaching the youngidea how-tTho figures 5- - 3 wero Just under nominee in the Bullitt aud Spencer dis- ilve years." The loss of f 50, although kick; training n brigade of high kick-e- ra this. Also in tho back of the Bible was trict by moro than f00. just ns reprehensible as tho loss of $5, is how to think about high kicking and written, "Ho is dead, yet tho voice "Undo Vnrd," ns he was generally not regarded as of sufficient importance nothing else. Why should they think Hpeaketh." The different pRHHaum mark-o- d known, was for years a magistrate in to bo classed ns a misdemeanor, and if about any thing else when the whole in thu Bible mostly related to death. Bullitt county, was once elected County the loss of $3. or over, occupies five min mind is to be given to the laudable nnd A poet mortem examination was held by Attorney nnd indicted for usurpation be utes more time than 21 hours, it is not to nrnisuworthv subiect of kickinc? Think Squire Vance, and according to Drs. Fos- cause of impotency, hns several times as- be regarded or treated as a violation of 0 the aim nnd purpose of kickint;; how ter nnd Lutes only one Bhot was fatal, pired to tho offices in the gfit of tho peo- thu law. It will be observed thnt the it prepares the way for usefulness in tho It soiiiK through tho left lung. Dr. Foa ple, and biennally has sought n seat in creditor of the loser lias a right to recover world; how it lays the foundation for sue Of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. n.ivn lm could havo easily walked n Legislature for ninny years, but with thu amount lost, and to this extent the cess in every department of life; how it tho mile after being shot Most people here Don't fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. law might with propriety be deuominud adds dignity to tho human character, murdered, while others the exception noted, was always defeated. think ho was "An Act for the Benefit of tho Creditors and makes us forget tho ills that are inadvance tho idea of suicide. By his side .Many amusing anil truililui stone are of a Gambler." The relief is in thu Chantold of thu farcical judgment rendered in superably connected with our existence was found a 32 doublo action safety liis magistrate's court. It is said that cery, and the creditor can iilo his peti- So mote it hammer revolver with four empty car- on one occasion, in rendering n judg- tion, prove his claim, obtain judgment DANVILLE. tridges and one loaded. His hat, which ment ngainst a defendant he ordered the and make his money out of the winner was a narrow brimmed derby, of light c instable to levy subject to n private if lie can. If the loser or his creditor Advocate.; brown color, was still on his head. Tho debt duo "the court." He is nbout 70 fail to sue in six months, then any other The body of a negro infant enballs found inhis body wero the samo years old, a farmer, lawyer nnd politi- person may sue tho winner and recover closed in a cigar box, was found iu a eizo na that in'tho revolver. Tho stomilliterate and penurious. treble the amount lost, if suit bo brought vacant lot on South Second Street. cian, Dealers In- ach, so one of tho doctors Biiys, was al- Ho is "agin taxes" to A curiosity on tho streets the other any amount nnd within five years. This provides a new ho had not most empty, showing that for nny purpose, and nlso agaiiiht every mode of making money and oilers a day was a hog that weighed 730 pounds. eaten anything for Boveral days beforo stop forward, such na good roads nnd oili- great inducement to those out of employ- R. S. Russell paid Will Snow SSS for tho death. Tho Indicatlatia were that death er improvements. His election is due ment to uncourage gambling with a view animal. had occurred from two to four days be- not in nny BenBe to his Farris it Whitley sold to Krnpmns fitness or popular- of getting tho beuetit of tho treble foro tho body was found. Thero has ity, hut to tho amount the loser or creditor has failed Dunn 40 long yearlings, averacing S27 unpopularity of tho noui been considerable excitement and much ineo nnd to the certain forces behind him, to demand. There Booms to bo no pro- pounds at 3c. They sold iu Cincinnati Sec. advanced speculation, and many theories vision tnttdo for nu adjustment of claims 22 1,200 pound cattle at 31c. tho very unfitness of tho member-elec- t of tho death and hundreds over thu cause At the meeting at Cecilian Park Rue adding tremendous weight to thu protest iu cases where two or more persons have viewed tho romains, without any of tho people. make application simultaneous1 for the A Son's stallion, Tfckle me, by C. F. SeejOur Large and Splendid Line Of positive identification, although nearly Representative Crenshaw will afford amount lost, but tho presumption is the Clay, lowered his record to 2:2S. eyery one believes they havo seen him rare sport for newspaper trotted an easy exhibitiou mile in correspondent. same would be equally divided botween before. Tho remains ill bu held as long He made his canvass on a mule, nnd Is the claimants who wero so fortunate as 2:21, last half iu 1:0SJ. as possible before burial, with tho hope At tho prayer meeting at the Baptist under promise to ride the nuimal to to get something for nothing aud to be that some friends or relatives may bo Frankfort. recipiouts of the benefits resulting church Thursday night thero were eight But however ho should the fouud. additions to the congregation, making a Some parties who viewed tho body come, the correspondents should meet from nu illegal transaction. Section 13 of the Act relating to gam- total of 22 persons that have been en Sunday, claim that him nt tho city's gate with a brass baud of the doad man litre nt tho regular services of the ho is ono of tho three parties who wero and givo a warm welcome to tho best ing provides that "Any person who is rolled soliciting work for enlarging pictures, subject they havo had in tho House since without any lawful trado or profession, church within the last two weeks. Mr. but supports himself for tho most part Lynch ha3 not been conducting a revivclaiming their homo as Wnynesburg. tho war. Jessamino Journal, At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giby gaming, may be indicted as n com- al in the strictest sense, but has been His bauds show that he never did any and evangeli- ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the Tho Ryan Company, successors to mon gambler," &c. The remarkable the regular meetings to hard work. tho Stevo Ryan Company, dry goods, construction to bo put upon this lan cal purposes, with tho result that great manufacturers and importers are dumping their products as Saxiiy'sQukbiiy to INQKR80I.I.. This Atlanta, has gono into the hands of a guage is that a person who has a .lawful interest has been aroused anu mucngoou fast as they can, which means that prices are now being beautiful song (words and music regular receiver with ilSO.000 liabilities. In trade or profession may gamble with will bo done. sheet music size) will be mailed to any- 1S91 Steve Ryan failed for $2,000,000. impuuity and not be indicted as a "com The heart that is soonest awake to the one enclosing 5c in stamps to D. G. Ed- Fraud was charged and the court finding Hewers mon gammer, tor tne lawiui trauo or wards. General Paasonger Agent, C. H. that he was withholding $120,000 profession," whether exercised or not, la always the first to be touched by the & D. It. It.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and thorns. tm him to pay over that amount. prevents him from being considered a calls on Mii Eleanor, sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that Whin Jack He refused to do so and was sent to jail "common gambler." NASUViixe, Tenn., Oct. 14, 1S90. lie always brings her plenty them in my house. for contempt, whero he remained 13 Section 10 provides that any justice of Of floweli and chocolate bonbons, which I bad been troubled with Indigestion I have been one of the fortunate ones and have goods, rotten Most charm the maid ol twenty. the peace may, by his warrant, cause any and Dyspepsia for Beveral years. The They are new and fresh; no old stock or second-hanniomus. iir. ityan is eviuently a rasAnd though Sir Jack has iklnny arms, mauufac-turerhouse or building to be searched by first dose of Stockton's Antiseptic reliev- with age or infected with disease, but fresh from the cal. , as mm ADU ICCS jmei"w night or by day for the detectiou of gam- ed mo and throe bottles have made a How could oae blame Miss Eleanor, Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands Dyspepsia and Indigestion aro the easiest bling tables, and if permission be not Who muchadtnUes hit prctenu? Respectfully, complete euro. of Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton sc yard. Men's Calf Shoes Oman has any real admiration for a man's things iu tho world to cure if they aro given on demand, tho oilicer is authorNo W. A. Roberts. nrewnee unless the man hai a good physique legs treated right. Common sense teaches us ized to force an entrance, seize tho ta"won $i, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c aud arm well filled out. You can't bediseases that the stomach and digestive nrgaus bles, implements, &c, and arre9t the For sale by A. R, Penny, druggist Stanil you suffer from any of the lookm ford. worth $1. Ladies Button Shoes 75c, worth $1.25. Ladies' Button dys-have been overworked and digestion keeper thereof. There appears to be no cause ,ifby a disordered liver of Impure blood scrofulous affections. Dr. does not take place before fermentation biliousness, and provision for the requirement of an oath Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been in the drug bus- Shoes 90c, worth $1.50. The largest and best selected stock of Pierce's Golden ftleuicai uiicovgrv is a uicuibiuo begins. Now what is to be done? Take prior to issuing the warrant, and very iness at BUtOQ, Ky , Tor the past twelve years, that's Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line that euros these cases.or It's theInonly remedy or the Stockton's Antiseptic gives bet every case, guaranteed to bene6t cure. after oach meal; little regard paid to the Constitution that says: "Chamberlain's Couch Remedy medicine I of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. ter satisfaction than any other cough money refunded. Medical science stamps ft "ab- that stops ferraoutation and aids digesforbids unreasonable seizures and search- ever told." There is a good reason tor this . No itrength-re- . solutely potrnt" as a Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, tion, assisting nature just at the time and es of private property in time of peace. other will cure a cold to quickly; no other is so cer. stoter, and preventive and way needed. After the second or What is the oilicer to do iu cases where tain a so much relief in cure for croup; no other afin the cases of whooping couch. fords The worst Nasal Catarrh, no matter of how ions third dose you have no more trouble. he invades the promises of a citizen with For sale by V 1) Mclloberts, Druggists, Stanis permanently cured by Dr. bage s Ca. standing ford, Kv. For sale by A, R. Penny, Stanford. a warrant and finds nothing? Urrh Keiucdy. Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September Centre College Academy. Home Boarding aud Training: Department Court-hous- o OYSTERS I n Fruits of Every Kind, E. ZIMMER. el Mc-Grat- Splendid Dinner for 25c. n toe-olo- NEW : GOODS o 10-0- 1 BEST -- tr stock: !' SEVERANCE & SON. FARRIS & HARDIN, well-to-d- Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, Gam-bouit- o FARMING IMPLEMENTS, THE HARD TIMES ARE OVER panic-scarred ovr-loade- do-voti- d d ILAUGMTMLffiEB d i n m s. a, r, flesh-builde- r. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. m - V is - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Stanford, Kv, November 21, W. P. WALTON. daughter of Martha, the As Utah elected a Legislature that ia joint ballot, Bhe does Jacob Minton, of Pulaski, caught firo six republican on not deserve to bo permitted to enter the from a grate and was burned to death. The wages of the iron ore miners at sisterhood of States. Leastwise till sbo 1SQ3 Minesite, Ph. havo been reduced to 70 learns better. cents per day. They charge tho reducNEWSY NOTES. court-hou- se i is to Tho Lawrenceburg The whole town electrified by the low prices. Multitudes of buyers flocking to the Louisville Store. be ornamented with a new $1,000 clock. Mechanics leave their benches, merchants their desks, professional men their offices, laborers their tools Tho Southern Pacific has put on sale to join the crowds taking advantage of the tickets in either direction for $010. DEJVZEETZ" IFIE&HD.A.'X. The failure of Hess, Henlo & Co., Louisville, Beetns to bo about to get that Henry Zink, publisher of the South- swindling firm in jail. Cox. ern Wheelman,, a bicycle paper, who Tho number of Masons in the Unit had hitherto stood well in the commu- ed States is said to be G70,0D0 and of Frank P. Scearce, the swell Lexing rights by a de nity, wns caucht dead to ton forger, sawed himself out of jail and Odd Fellows 050,000. nabbed for distributing is now at liberty. Scearco was a promicoy letter and Ohio capitalists will build an electric Preparing for the winter. The Cloak season is now at its highest and we must thank the ladies of Stanobscene literature and pictures. The railway between Tokio and Yokohama, nent society man until a short time ago ford and surrounding country for the large amount of patronage we have gained through them. case against him was so plain that he when it was discovered that he had been Japan. It will bo 30 miles long. gnilty of swindling to tho extant of confessed his crime and said he had Miss Cappie Little, of Breathitt Co., made thousands of dollars in his nefari- is the fifth lady school superintendent In a general fight in that delectable ous trade. He had a partner, who is a whoso election has been reported. portion of Harrodsburg known as Smoky leading photographer and who made Tho governor of Florida has given photographs of girls from 10 to 18 years orders looking to the prevention of the Row, one negro was killed and others wounded. The ono killed is said to have of age, whose consent to poso in the proposed prize fight at Jacksonville. For men we can sell you a suit at S3. 50, $4 and S5, worth double the money. For Suits in all the been the meanest that over lived and most licentious attitudes was purchased Thomas Mackin, one of the best latest styles, double and single breasted sacks and frocks, very rare bargains, cut from S13, S14 and Si 5 by Zink. The mails were then flooded known men of Chicago, died Thursday, his room is therefore better than his to $7, S9 and jSio. Everything else in the Clothing line cut in proportion. company. with obscene circulars, describing the leaving an estate valued at $4,000,000. When Charles K. Harris, author of eets of photographs, which were sold at There are now 21 law firms in this from ?3 upwards. The name of the pho- country composed of husbntidsand wives, "After tho Ball," who took uuto himself tographer is withheld until he ia arrest and also over 200 women who practice at a bride in Chicago last weok, was asked by a reporter where he expected to go ed, but the authorities do not seem to oo tho bar. have the law get its clutches anxious to -- Wm. Omer, implicated in tho kill for a honeymoon trip, ho replied: "We on him. His offense is against tlio laws ing of Miss Oliver at Morganfield, was ate nolng to get away from that song for Which contain thousands of dollars worth, arc too numerous to mention, all cut to meet the needs o of the State, but Zink is in the hands of H second to be so awhile if we can." Calicoes will be sold this week at 5c; apron check ginghams 5c, worth 8K, and shifty buyers. and will no given a life sentence, the Postmasters havo been appointed as the Federal government sentenced. Ladies' Shoes 90c, $1.25 and Si. 50, well worth double the all other Dry Goods cut in proportion. follows: J. F. Jones, Ritner, Wayne doubt get the full extent of the penalty Chicago is practically under martial in such cases made and provided. It ia law. All persons on the street after county, vice Isaac Jones, deceased; Wil- money. Don't miss this chance, Everything new and offered at less prices than odds and ends can be bought tho dirtiest piece of business that has 1 o'clock a. liam Hatfield, Woodbine, Whitley comiin. must give an account of for elsewhere. been unearthed in many a day and the themselves. ty, vice G. W. LUteral, removed; W. M. surprise is that it has nourished so long Moubenville, Wayne county, It is said that tho Messrs. Erlanger, Kelsey, in snch a city as Louisville. Tho local London bankers and brokers, will acain vice J. II. Kelsey, dee'd. : : papers demand the arrest of the photog. The United States cruiser Columbia assume control of tho Cincinnati Southand it is hoped that the officers averaged 22.SI knots an hour on her offirapher ern railroad. miles a speed A. CUUAKSKY : CO., For 7 my bo forced to do their duty. T. I). RANEY, U. S. Grant and his mother will cial trial trip. of 23.31 knots an hour was maintained. The young ladies of Hopkinsville have make their permanent home at San Di- Tho Cramps will receive $350,000 premi' rjs,i.,r,l UnliltiRon houcht in set an example it would be well for their ego, California, where they have bought um, boing 50,000 for each quarter knot -j They a $92,000 house. ki county a lot of feeders nt So. Bisters in other towns to follow. speed. haB Tho ronvicta at Frankfort presentod ocer 21, the contract O. I. Hood, of Lowell, Mats., have formed a union and resolved to John Howensteiu, a farmer of the prize cow, a $100 silver serpurchased tho World's Fair 'boycott" every young man who makes a Warden Norman with Worster, O. section, baa asked for aid in 1,- 4 practice of taking them to church and vice and a $30 pin on his retirement locating tho thief or thieves who havo fclgnal Lily Flagg. This cow made 1A20'gX3 and J ounces cf butter aim cost attached from the position. plrfces where there is no i cattle and taking them 010 pounds , At Trenton, Ga., 2,000 people, most been ling hi . lmldq the vear record ol tue worm. and never offers to escort them ou ocw, h the b. .placard. off and leaving attended Danville court casions when monoy will have to be put ly women, enjoyed tho spectaclo of John bearing such inscriptions as "The poor! la Kecoiving Hia 1.......-- .uuu. up. There are always a lot of such fel- Kuthprford being choked to death at the must live as well as the rich." 100 cattle were on the market and lows in every town, but owing to the hands of the law. : Sarah Cross, of Bristol, Ky., is more About Of the 514 colored persons attacked girls, they lack of independence in the probably half of them changed hand. than 30 years old, but is only eighteen submit without a murmur and accept by yellow fever at Brunswick, but 14 inches in height. Her face and head Butdier stuff was dull nt lie to 2c; 10 Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Kit Guaranteed. Give mc call. their escort as quickly as they will that died, while 45 out of 375 cases amoi'g are fully developed, her features show no voarlincs brought $S 43 per head; feeders 2c to 3c. A show more lib- the whites proved fatal. of the other fellows-whtalks with olds $11 to $13.50; Gresham is reported to lack of intelligence, nnd she Secretary horses and mules were erality. innpti frpt'ilom as If she were a well-- 1 number of plug have informed Senator Morgan that thero no I sold at $10 to $70. A woman who claimed to be Princess was no intention to use forco in restor developed woman. Chicago Journal. It seemB to bo definitely settled mat Sam S. Caesity, editor of the Mt.' Aqne, of Hoboken," niece of Queen Vic- ing tho Queen in Hawaii. n retired to the I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks will sever Nancy Hanks will be and Jewelry, toria, called at the Wbite Houso the othOne case of small pox scared the Sterling season and bo bred to and offer them at ranks next paper Decem prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. er day and demanded to bo admitted to Chattanooga board of health into issuing his connection with that Imr owner's $125,000 stallion Arion, Bon anaudienco with President Cleveland. a compulsory order for vaccination and ber. Land, with Henry Watson as co ,,. :.' . Ladies' watches former price S50 now $.jo 00; iJnft),., - Electioneer. If thero is ever tv l.i... ieiuuuiHuu ,, , puoiisner, Will smrmuuuier She refused to state her business and her 15,000 were vaccinated in one day. Ladies' watches former price the pnrp to .1. strictly bred-lnow 27.00; wspaper in that cfty, which already demand was icnored. when she went The Lehigh Valley is tied up beLadies' watches former price S25 now 17.50. should bo the product ot tins union, awav remarking, "I go, but not to re cause the company refused to recognize Beems to have a sufficiency of papers. m it will, not only the choicAll the United States troops in tho combining, Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all turn, and will tell my aunt and her sub its trainmen as an organized body. Over bloodlines, but a speed inheritance at the est l'ects how I have been treated." She 2,500 trainmen and telegraph operators department of Colorado have been ordered into active service on the south seldom equaled. : was another ot tho grand army of cranks, are out. : depredations with which the country is now moat A dispatch from Brunswick, Ga., western border to prevent Bob Inuereoll thus answered the ques maraudThis sale will be made for CASI I. Uring the money along with you. grievously afllicted. says thero was heavy frost there again on this side of the line by tho tion put by a reporter. ing "revolutlonistfl." who aro again before I die I have Bald that perhaps and in a few days tho place will look TnK nuws by the mail steamer from I will say in public that I believe in imlike old times. It means an end to the causing trouble in Northern Mexico. Honolulu Is not sensational. Tho dusky yellow fever plague. Bourke Cockran urged his mortality. I havo nothing to conceal on nueen has not been restored to the of the Ways and Means ComA whole family by the name of that question. I have alwayH been perthrone and no incident had occurred to Johnson, from Pike county, Mo., who mittee not to provide for an income tax. fectly frank and hv giv-- n tho trans-crip- t papers furgive tho had settled near the Glass mountains, iu He denounced such a tax as vicious in of my heart and brain. I do not say howl. Mr. Cleveland's obther cause to principle nnd expressed the opinion thnt that death ends nil, neither do I Biy that Oklahoma territory, perished in the snow If you do not, try ours, We are now receiving our winter goods ject, if we understand it, is to withdraw storm Saturday night. if passed by tho democratic Congress it man is immortal. I eay that I do not the support of the U. S. government, New York City a republi- know. To know is one thing, to believe such as Tho Nebraska female White Caps would make wrongly given, from the provisional who unmercifully flogged several young can centre for an indefinite number of is anothor thing and to hope is still government and let the natives settle women of Polk county on the suspicion years. I hope for all good, all joy, for tho themselves the question of who shall that they were not strictly virtuous, got children of men. All I can say about (Hudnut's,) Carolina Rice, Focrstcr Cakes and Crackers, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. rule over them. of fo each. off with a fine immortality is this: Thero was a time I of George when I waa not, aftor that I was, now Abraham Slimmer, of Waverly, Wm. Adama bought The Indiana friends of Mr. Harrison wonKas., has given his palatial home to the Scott a lot of feeMers at 3c. rial, and it may bo tliHt it is no more are trying to work up a boom for a P, J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment of Candies. Frmrc He Six fine Berkshire boara for sale. derful that I shall continue forever now of their favorite, but it will county of Bremer for a and Nuts. Presh Bread every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. undertakes to keep it up while he lives. John Murphy, McKinney. a start than it was that I rethat I havo ba love's labor lost. History will not The match race betwen Directum should begin. We love, and those we peat itself soon and no defeated candi- The residence cost $40,000. The Grace Episcopal church at and Alix has been postponed indefinitel- love die and wo cling to tho hope, to the date can hope to triumph as did Mr. Memphis was destroyed by fire supposed yHealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. wish, that we may meet again. Love Cleveland. Unless there is a big change to have been set by S. J. Gilbert, the Cincinnati's annexation will add was tho first to dream of immortality, in the policy of tho party, McKinley to the republican majority of tho and so long as wo lev we shall hope. is sure to be the next presidential nom- yankce organist, who was discharged on account of his drunkenness. city. inee of the republicans. Tho Chicago millionaire Philip D. May Marshal, 2.031, is tho fastes Tho finest train in America is concedfilthy requirement of kissing the Armour, sent a present of 10,000 pounds pacer of the year that started this season ed to bo tho Southwestern Limited via Thk Bible in the administration of oaths is of beef last week to the miners at Hur- without a record. BIG FOUR ROUTE to Now York and C. II. Nelson says that Nelson went Boston. slowly but surely becoming a thing of ley, Wis., who were on the verge of stara half mile in one minute this season bethe superstitious past. The Georgia vation from lack of employment. This magnificent Wagner Train has MY criminal superior court has discarded it Firo at Owensboro destroyed the C. fore his foot was hurt. been built especially for servico between Ten of HambletonianN standard and all others should. The practice still O and S. V. freight depot, 10 cars of Cincinnati, New York and Boston, runwere stallions and all but ono ning through solid to these cities with-ou- t prevails in Virginia, wo believe, but no coal and merchandise, two tobacco waredecent persen ever more than makes a houses, two residences and a small gro- have in turn aired speed. change of cars. Composed of EleGood s are- Nine thoroughbreds, ranging from gant Coaches, WHgner Sleeping Cars, Lifeint of kismng the nnstv book. cery. The loss will probably reach $150,-00one to four years, Bold at the low nver-ag- e brary and Cafe Car, and Hotel Dining In order perhaps to advertise of $10S 33, Pt Nashville. Notwithstanding G. B. Lamar, of Car it has become famous. Complete in tho governors of Missouri and Georgia, cousin of L. Q. O. Lamar, died tho B. G. Fox & Co., Danville, claim all of its appointments it is Washington have named Thursday, tho 40 years ago, January 17th and 18th for combination "king of tho road." suit has just been brought 23d, as a day of thanksgiving, instead of by one of his children in the New York sale of horses and jack stock. It leaves Cincinnati at 0:00 p. in. daily the 30th, as the president has proclaim- Supreme Court to havo his will conFeed stuff sold for cash only. Those from Central Union Station, making coned. Somo people had rather be talked strued. who are now indebted will pleaBe call nections with all through traiiiHirom tho of for their assinimity than not ba menand settle their accouuta at once. J. II. South and lauds passengers in New York A letter signed "Mac" and dated Cintioned at all. cinnati, has been received at Bardstown, Baughman it Co. City at Grand Central Station, avoiding California's vintage this year will ho ferry transfer. When you go East tako Ky., warning tho people that if Phil EvThe L. & N. is seeking new fields to about 1S,000,000 gallons, eome 3,000,000 this tiain. conquer. It is now inspecting the har- ans, the ravisher, is hanged either by D. B. Martin, General Passenger and gallons more than last year's yield, and bor at Port Royal, S. C, with a view to tho sheriff or by a mob the town will be Ticket Agent. quality will be cood. tho 11 E O McCormick, Passenger Tradlc getting a connection to that flue seaport. blown up. Director's Flower has won 11 Btakes Manager. Georgo McCall and William Smith, C a Si Si M? 8;1 fi IS DHL ff np&leH-- ' Royal railroad can bo bought Tho Port . n and 20 heats in from 2:20 to 2:27i this cheaply and will no doubt be taken in both colored, were found guilty on three Soo tho World'a Fair for 10 Conts has 20 heats g year. No other indictments each for waylaying and ami 15 centt In by the greatest of Southern corporations. L poll receipt of your addles women on tho streets of Louisville, to its credit better than 2:30. nostaue itamns c will mall you our tKnnenir hxiimition. O.Alexander, the Bourbon banker Portfolio of the World's Columbian want you to 30 years each in the to The regular price if 30c. but a we The business of pocket book snatch- and seutoneoJ th price nominal, you will and flue cattle raiser, aold to M. )uvomwoinake the ing from women, which hijs been indus- penitentiary. orkor Art and a thing to be prlieil. It 510 cattle, averaging 1,703 lbs., firdita building, At Deadwood, S. D , Joa Thas, an contain! lull pajo view of the B triously worked for somo time, got a with description of tame and U crecutM In the wife, her cousin and for a little over $(30,000. Kentuckian. Saturday, when two neirroes Italian, killed his If not tatltfied with it after hluhtst ityleotart. black eve besweepsteak you get it we will refund the ttampt and Id you wife nnd wound up the job by killing A were given ten years each in three counts Addresj II. E. lJucklen A Co., keep the himself. He had had trouble with his tween Directum, Alix and Nelson is spo- Chicago, book. HI. or 30 years apiece, at Louisville. Such wife, who had left him and gone to her ken of. Tho result, we'll wager, will add With cases demand heroic remedies. All Froo cousin's to live. additional laurels to the greatest living Dr. Kins'i New Dlscov Tuoie who have uied cry know tt value and tho.e who have uat have W. II. Beers, of the N. trotter. A Fben.ch doctor has discovered that now the opportunity to try it free. Call ou the adbite their finger nails Y. Life Insurance Co., who was retired A drove of 507 turkeys passed vertised drugB't and Ret a tual battle free, bend when Bchool-girlyour to II. E. llucklen .V Co , Chicago, and a derangement of the nervous iu 1892 on a pension of $25,000 a year, is through town Wednesday for Lexington. get a namebottle of Dr. Kins'i New Llle 1'ilU a it iadue to Solicited. tnal Garrard county by well at a cony of Guide to Health and llouiehold Bystem and he has named the disease dead. His wife ia author of the poems, They were bought in which ia guaranteed to do Instructor free. All of "Onchyophsgy." "It is worse than "All Quiet Along the PotomacTo night," Mike Hurst for Gillman & Co. at 0c you good and cott you nothing at A. K Penny' drugstore Journal. Shall it Be?" &c. "Which Jessamine entozoie. 6 OB 8 PAGES. round-the-worl- d tion to tho McKinley bill and it would not be safe for the originator of it to go too closo to their headquarters. atson At Franklin, Tenn., Charles a prominent young in in, was shot and killed by John Roberts, a prominent morchant. It is alloged that Watson ha intimato with Roberts' wife, who is a daughter of Congressman N. N. A Tremendous Success. GREAT -- . BARGAINS, $50,-00- 0. CLOTHIN'G!! tf-A- OUR GENERAL FURNISHINGS 74-1- 00 THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Pror. Pl Manager H.G.RUPLEY,-- , .',.:. tlMJtltiiiti Hl mm AND ...mtir FALL WINTER GOODS. o Great Clearance Sale. 5k ma-tro- Sentinel-Democra- t, n . SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. fellow-membe- rs :r. Brnsr". Do You Get Good Coffee? a.. r. Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, Hominy, California Canned, and Evaporated Fruits, poor-hous- e. McKINNEY BROS., 2,-0- IDsTIErW -- por-forme- rs 0. thom-solv- es, to-da- FAILJL g WIMTIBM All in. Come and See. H. J. McROBERTS. OOODS . IMilil it tills rob-biu- Gold-Bini- three-cornere- Correspondence s Good Attractions WALTON BROS., Managers. if-- .t. je s '- ,- - V " 3 Our merchants nro paying 20c for eggs, duties followed the business of farming. Window k1c8j, all sizes, and putty at 25c for choice butter, 10c for dressed Ho sympathized with the South during W. B. McKoborts. turkeys; 8Jc for do. chickens; 45c for the war and did much to aid the follow Fon Rkxt o Salk. Two cottages, Irish and 75o for sweet potatoes. ers of tho Lost Cause. Mr. btagg carao dTAMroRD, Ky., Novkmher 21, 1893 both on Mnin Street. Apply to Miss of a very long lived family nnd waa the Owino to tho ditching of a freight seventh son of a seventh son whose Liccio Beaziey, Stanford, Ky. .9 train on tho main line beyond Lebanon GO Wk havo the right thing at the right Junction, tho mail train, duo hero nt 1:23 name was also Daniel. More than E. C. Walton, Business Manager years ago ho nnd his wife, who wns tak- Is the word to express what we are doing and the crowds that gather prico for overy person, old, middle aged yesterday hnd not arrived when wo en from him last May, joined the Meth- in our store from day to day looking for Bargains, which we always or young. Danks, the jeweler. went to press after 5 o'clock. odist church, which nover had two more carry. The people know USIME8S. MEAN! 9 9 s Come and seon thoroughly devoted followers. Mr. Stngg became nt While oxercising ono of Mr. S. J. Buv your school books anil school supstock nnd know how well wo can fill horses, Sunday, Julian Bourne's onco n leading member nnd all tho years plier of all kinds nt A. K. Penny's. your wants. Dank, tho jeweler. lint fell off aud tho horso having, wo sup since he has been first in every good Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired .. word and work. His home was the and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Old Fahmeh Hopkins and his compa- pose, been trained to go nt tho "drop of a homo of the Methodist preacher, where at A. H. Penny's. Danhat," took out. He came down tho When they see them without publishing prices and they also know WalTub largest Btock of Druses. Medicines, ny will make fun for our people at these faithful itinerants always found n Paper nt ton's Opera IIouso, Thanksgiving night. ville piko at a break- neck speed and just loving welcome. A gallant BDldier of good goods when they see them. We can not sing the praises of our Perfumery, Paints and Wall In front of Mr. Win. Moreland's gavo n Cloak Department too loud. Ladies' tailor made Cape Cloaks and A. 11. Penny's. Prescriptions n specialMr. and Miis. M. J. Fakiiis, of Dan-o- f lungo which throw tho rider. Julian the cross has been promoted and he Jackets, Misses' and ty. Children's Cloaks of every cut and weave, Laa hit tho ground ville, aro rejoicing over tho advent and made now enjoys the roward promised the dies' Fur Capes, &c. We are attracting trade from adjoining couneon. Itnrrlved Friday and has been a dent in the niko, but savo having the finnlly faithful. Death to him was only PERSONAL POINTS. ties on these goods, because our line is perfect and prices the lowest. named Maurice J. Farrls, Jr. breath knocked out of htm for a few a transition to a better life and he looked Mit. and Mrs. C. M. DkOoo nro both Tho upon ItasBUch nnd met it without a ho was not much Our second importation of Clothing is now in and goes rapidly. If quitoill. Will Vowels, tho ML Vernon prin- secondshad heretofore been hurt. considered doubt or fear. His christian example you want an Overcoat or Winter Suit for yourself or family, come to horso Gkoiiob H. Wkakk.v, of Lexington, ter who shot another printer at Pnducah, will livo long after him and bo Mt by very gentlo. us. Or if you want Winter Shoes we are headquarters for good spent Sunday with his parents here. bus been indicted for willful nnd mali9 9 all with whom he camo in contact. Iu goods at low prices. By all means remember our Dress Goods and Judor Carson, yesterday, held n Mrs. 0. A. O'Bannon nnd Miss Mary cious shooting with intent to kill. trutn can Ills children pray: Let me Hosiery, our Gloves and Trimming Silks. with tho high Bounding namo of Myers, left yesterday for Dallas, Texas. Juikie Varnon tins appointed J. K. Preston Haya Williams for burglary in dio the death of the righteous and may my last end be like his. Mita. W. J. Davis, of Danville, is tho Baughman, L G. Ooocli, JohnTurnbull, We are headquarters for all the new things. And if you want a Mrs. Susan Coleman, aged 78, the pattern by which to cut a garment we keep the standard. guest of her sister, Mrs. William More-lan- W. M. Higglns and S. T. Harris super- $200. Mr. Williams confessed that he Patterns had gone into tho room of Bud Harris, visors of tho tax list for tho ensuing another colored gentleman, at tho Ram- oldest member of the Harrodsburg Bap the very best and latest. Hkv. John Bill Giuson and family year. tist church, died nenr thnt place on sey stablo, nnd appropriated some cloth- Thursday night last, on went up to Williamsburg Sunday to vis the farm where Warrants huvo been Bwom out for ing. Ho claimed that tho door waan't she went to livo when she married Col. it Mrs. Gibson's mother. locked and ho simply borrowed the Meredith R. Coleman CO years ago. She Miss Mary Mykrs, of tho MHleraburg parties charged with running n "take look decent whon ho went to was n christian lady, greatly beloved by Collego faculty, spent a few dayB with out" gambling house at Hustonvillo and clothes to for next Monday nt this Crab Orchard. As no actual brenkingof n wide circle of friends. After a funeral the trial set Miss Fiorenco Truoheart. locks. iSc. ia necessary to constitute bur- sermon, Sunday, place. Miss Lizzii: Mbnkkxb, who Ib attendher remains wero tak..9 glary and as tho borrowing was without ing Linden College, is nt homo for a few Gkoroe S. Ovri'kntbr has Hold to his the owner's acquiescence or consent, Mr. en to Providence Cemetery for burial by the side of her husband, who died 22 diys on account of sore eyes. partner, Thomas Dalton, his interest in will languish in jail till next years ngo. We aro glad to statu that Mr. J. M. tho Carpenter IIouso and bar and will Williams circuit court. Jim Tall, who hadn't trav Nick Goddard, the Oook, of Huatonvillc, is much better move to his wife's farm on Logan's been before tho court for a long time eling man, son of W. W. Goddard, of and was sitting up at last accounts. Creek. wi fined $ I and costs for assault- Harrodsburg, died at his homo in 99 Mn. and Mrs. Thomas Mbtcalp, of Messenger speaks of her ing another coon. The Pinevtllu Georgetown and was buried at tho for- I know, to everybody, but my Oil Wagon was broken in shipping so Jessamine, attended tho burial of Mr. as "Poor Old Middlesboro."Thifl is tough had to disappoint you. But I will have a new one in a few days, and mer placo Sunday. D.micl StnL'i! and returned homo Sun MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. indeed coming from Piuoville. Truly W. II. Riker, n wenlthy Harrods- will be ready to fill that oil can with the day. there aro none so poor ns to do reverence A pretty schoolma'am in Weymouth burg merchant, died of heart disease. He Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Norwood to Magic Citv. tlio Into Mass., has succeeded iu training the vil- was the father-in-laof Mr. C. D. and their lino boy, of Lexington, aro . lage terror, tho worst boy in tho school, Thompson, tho insurance adjuster. epending a fow days with John S. Iiughi s We nro greatly obliged to tho ladies and is going to marry him. nnd wife. for what tliey have douu for us in our CHURCH AFFAIRS. Miss Mary Thomas Green, daughter of tho College cloak and drem goo.U departments. Mini Viroisia Jackson, &" Produce taken in exchange. Respect. Wait for the wagon. of Mrs. O. A. Green, Hustonville, will Sam Jones will lecture nt tho Audifaculty, who has been very ill, is report- These goods we shall kuup up until late Mr. Henry Goldsmith Cook, of torium, Louisville, Dec. 1. ed much botterr.tnl it is hoped that she in the season so that all can bo accom- marry Jellico, on the 28th and bo at home in Rev. Dr. C. F. Deems, ono of tho w ill be up in n day or two. modated with now goods at low prices. the latter placo after Dec. 1. most noted men in tho Methodist church, Mr. 0. J. Thompson, formerly foreman Hughes it Tate. Albert Twitchell, of Chicago, wants died ntNew York Saturday. 9 9 of machluery on this division, has been H. Smith, who was pardoned by a divorce from his Kentucky wife, who W. Elder Georgo II. Farley, pastor of been appointed ton similar position on Is On one oc- tho Turnersvilie church, has gone to the Cincinnati Southern, with headquar-tor- s the governor, was not out of jail long he claims cruel to him. enough to find out how ho felt to ho a casion he claims she throw a pot of Lawrenceburg to hold a meeting. nt Lexington. face nud made him Sunday School Evangelist A. C. HopMil. HriKcKiNitiPOi; Jonrs and chil- free man again. A bench warrant boiling coileo in his charging hliu with embezzlement com- leavotho house. kins will hold an instituto at Chriatinn dren, of St. Louts, were expected on the A woman nt Vnnlue, O., hns just church, Junction City, Dec. mitted in Casey county was served on delayed train. They misled connection I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly wag again placed behind the married her 7th husband aud she was Mormon church leaders havo closed renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, at Louisville nnd had to lay there all him nud ho never divorced. All of her husbands a deal for 3 000,000 acres of land in Chi day and yesterday took all the day to bars. 9 9 Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We are now thoroughly prepared died and as n peculiar fatality seems to huahua, Mexico, to start a colony on. get here. A suit hns been filed at Barbourv'lle to wait on our friends' We have a large stock of Spectacles. matrimonial alliances, an hang over her Tho Rev. T. De Witt Taimngo is no MilS. II, Kksnkdy, master of trainB asking to havu the assignment of tho insurance company refused to take n ing to suo somebody for intimating that and chief dispatcher on tho 0. A K. Cumberland Valley Bank sot aside nnd policy on tho last victim. he plagiarized one of his sermons from with olllco at Kuescllsvillc, parsed up to to have a receiver appointed. It is chargMiss Helen Gould, daughter of tho nn address by Wendnll Phillips. Mt. Vernon Sunday to see hlssisteis, ed that there has been fraud and collus wizard of Wnll street, has plighted her Rev. II. C Morrison writes from Mrs. M. C. Williams and Miss Nannio ion in the management of the bank's afactroth to Harry Woodruff, a third-ratNew Orleans to Rev. W. E. Arnold, that Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. All of which Kennedy. fairs, by which some of tho depositors tor, and her brother George after trying he will bo hereabout Dec. oth and will we will sell Miss Marourite Inoklui, who has were given preferences. at bottom prices. Give us a call. in overy wny tobrenk tho affair, has fi ussist him in n protracted. meeting nt . frequently visited friends in tho West Do not Forget This I. We are always glad to see you. 2. No Is the attachment suit of J. M. Robin nally consented to tho union on condi- tho Methodist church. Knd of this county, is now starring in trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for son and others ngnlnst Stephens k Knox, tion that the youth go to Yalo for two The nnnunl meeting of tho Bible So"A Bright Idea Company" and has enyears and tako a law course. If at the ciety will be held nt the Methodist it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment gaged with tho Walton Bros, to appiar Judge Saufiey decided that that there 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight. was fraud or attempted fraud by tho de- end of that time both are then willing to church next Sunday at 7 i M., for re always on hand. hero Dec. 21. ten mil visiting her fendants in the assignment nud sustain- marry tho aetor can tnko her, ports and election of officers. There will Mrs. America Roct Is G. gives th plain-till- s lions nnd nil. Woodruff hns resigned be no other church service in town that daughter, Mrs. J. B. Owens, in Harrodh-bur- ed the attachments. Tills W. L. Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. the payment of their claims before his plnco in tho "Chnrloy'a Aunt Co.,' evening. and this Is tho way the Democrat pro rata. and accepted tho conditions. for Eider J. S. Sweeney appears to be gets mixed: Mrs. America Wright, of the others comu in 9 9 tneir Tho Harrodsburg Democrat says: Stanford, is visiting her mother, Mrs. put on the Tho first notable nuptial event of the ingrent demand. The Paris Kentuckian Mail service has been Jus. B. Owens, at tho Commercial. night trains on tho K. C. to and from season in this city wns the marriage of saya that ho preached n funeral, married Mrs. II. J. McRoiieiith, who wns re- Liviugston nud it is now possible to mail two couples, conducted n prayer meetMiea Maude Muller Myles to Prof. Chns. ing nnd attended nn oyster supper nil in ported dying Friday niurning, Is still n letter hero at night and luno it In RichW. Bell, Principal of tho Harrodsburg Heaequarters for- alive, but the end seems very nenr. Tho mond next morning. It is nlso the ono dny Inst week. Graded School. Tho marriage took placo dread dicenhe, consumption, has been ()iiicktpt way now to send Cincinnati Rev. J. A. Sawyer, of the Methodist iu tho presence gnawing at her vitals for months till alio mnil In nn exactly opposite direction at the Christian church church, writes to the Jessamine Journal of a largo company of relatives and is hardly a shadow of her former self. from hero nt night, the chaugu being friends. Promptly nt the given time tho that tho greatest revival ever held in Wilmoro haB been in progress there for Mr. T. W. Gkkk took down the testi- at Livingston. beautiful BtrainB of Mendelsohn's wed hnve been 9 three weeks. Knox caso in mony in tho Stephens Of all kinds. The most complete line of Mr. K. Taiirant wastes n good deal of ding mnrch stolo forth from tho organ converted nnd the nltar ia crowded with did it most satisfactorily. shorthand nnd space In tho London Echo to tako us to which was gracefully presided over by penitents. Ho has decided to oiler his services to of Senator Lay as a Mrs. B. F. Poteet, and tho wedding par-tThere nre now in this country GO g task for speaking tho public as stenographer nnd entered the church. Tho ceremony "red headed 'sang dinger of mediocre Lutheran Bynods, 5,273 ministers, 9,013 and will mako court reporting a ability." We regret to have intiocently was performed In nn impressive manner congregatins nnd l,2tM.lSS communispecialty. , 2,040 caused tho amiablu old gentleman to by Klder Stnirs, iB3isted by Eld. Frazier cants. The Luthernns maintain pupils. Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. parochial schools with 130.3S0 and for tho Bako of Auld tho bridnl party tho while standing at Tho largest Lutheran branch is the Sy much trouble CITY AND VICINITY. Lang Syne wo will withdraw tho latter tho foot of tho nltnr, which wns beauti- nodical Conference, which reports 9 "Fnir; warm' part of the charge and only Insist that fully and tastefully decorated for tho ocGEORGE B. PREWITT. for B. B. KING. Indications members. casion with yellow and white chrysan er. nnd that he is nl Mr. Lay is themums. The bride was attired in n NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. XiCECottngoon Mill street for rent. so a 'sang digger. becoming gown of brown cloth, trimmed 9 9 J. II. Bnughmnn. Wiiili: driving a pair of young mules iu beaver Hnd brown velvet and hr.l to MORELAND, KY., I New lot of Zeigler boots nud shoes just tho other day Mack Lawson met with match. After tho ceremony the your g We have opened up a nice line ot received at S. II. Shanks'. an Hccident that was horrible in the ex- couple were driven to tho homo of Mr. My to farms, adjoining. Very near treme. Tho mules began to run down n and Mrs. Jesse B. Litsey, on Collego St., One or either of tbem. One constation For Rent. IIouso nnd lot on Upper lull nnd finding that he could not man- where they havo n suite of rooms. Mr. taining a little over 91 acres, the other no acres. Main street. Mrs. Kato Hnys. improved with good residences barns, age them ho jumped from tho wagon nud Mrs. Litsoy entertained last night iu All highly and see them. 3,000 young bearing ,Vc Call apples and peaches qi acre see that lino of heating and broke his loft leg just above tho their honor the mombers of the families iruit trees, age and infirmities my on the for wantCall nnd reason tarm. Old We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we are marking nt W. II. Wearen &. Co.'s before nnklo. Ho struck the ground with such of tho contracting pnrties. Tho couplo ing to sell. All unincumbered. stoves D.M.CREIGHTON. down lower than ever. forced ita way nro two of our most popular young peo-p.- o force that tho broken bono buying. Kinssvllle, Ky. ;i.ti 9 9 9 through tho skin nnd went into tho nnd their many friends extend them Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you It strikes us that a church is not tho ground nn inch or more. congratulations. ! money. .. proper placo for n political prohibition DEATH'S DOINGS. SSTWe arc opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. speech. For tho first time since ita organizaANDCollege foot ball team We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. After many long nml faithful years Lo8T. A white nnd yellow shophord tion tho Centre Buffered defeat. In tho gamo nt in the service of the Master, Mr. Daniel PUBLIC RENTING OF A FARM. doi?. Llbernl roward for his return or has information sb to hiH whereabouts. J. Lexington, Saturday, which was tho StaKg passed from death unto life at tho As administrator of the estate ol J. P. Land, greatest one in tho history of tho State, homo of his daughter, Mrs. O. T. Bolion, dee'd, I will on A.Glvens, McKinney. . tho Central University team beat It by a Friday, in tho S2J year of his age. A 2x, 1893, The virtue iu vuluo, tho beauty in woll score of 20 to IS and tho Southern fuuoral sermon was proichod at the goods nnd tho power in low pritriumphed over tho Northern. house, Siturd.iy morning, by Rev. V. D. Near Moreland, Ky sell at public auction to tho chosen bidder the personal estite ol decedent, ces mnko our store tho best place to do Chaucollor L. II. Blantou was present Wilburn, who had performed a. similar honest cuuslitlnjr ol a gooJ family horse, t brood mare, i jew- - aud the newspapers describe him as be-imilk cov and calf, a yearling cattle, 5 fat boijs, jo AND your holiday shopping. Danks, tho service over the wife of the deceased, ewes, about 75 buhel of o.t, jo bushels of Geru,cr- in even a 111019 happy state than tho nna then the rotnains, followod by many man millet, 8 stacka of luy. set of wagon harr and the big sunflower is supposed always to ex- v.il llf.w nn,) friimilq IVflttt hrniK'ht to ness, bjgsy So far November, usually tho droariest Buffalo Cemeterv and consigned to the Household & Kitchen Furniture. mouth in tho year nnd nccordiug to the ist. This olllco has just completed tho eaath after a short service nt the grave I will also as asent Isell at the same time,the highFrench tho best time to hnng or drown Complete stock of Patent and Proprietary Remedies. horse and waeon.and rent to Said farm oneself, 1b proving nn exception to tho printing and binding of the Charter, by Kov. V. E. Arnold. Mr. Sugg was est bidder the farm for the year iS well improved and rule. A cold wave sent tho mercury ByLawB and Ordinances of tho City of born in Mercer county in 1811 aud at an contains 326 acres of good laud, morning, but tho Stanford. It embraces nbout 50 six by early age learned tho tailor's trade, af- desirably located. personal property TERMS. The down to 22 yeatorday on erwlltofjmonthitorall sums over $10, on weather being clear, It was not disagree nine pages nnd overy crime nud oil'enso terwards becoming a merchant tailor in note with good security, payable in bank and bearfrom is named with tho penalty attaching. Harrodsburg, at which business he ing Interest cash, date ot sale For auras of Jio ably cold. and under, Ono of them provides n fine of from $1 amassed quite an estate. In 1S3J Mr. The farm will be rented on the usual Urmi but Circuit Court began nt Lancaeter to $5 for swearing, which if enforced Stagg married Miss Elizabeth Yantis, of personal security will be required EDWARD ALCOKK.Admr. yeatorday aud St is reposted that the would soou fill the cofiera of tho city Garrard, and for over 01 years they lived full Day or night, from the best drugs and chemicals. grand jury will havo ita hands treasury full to overflowing and relieve together in the most congenial and hap recent prohlbi-tioB. PENN5T DR. W. frauds in tho tho necessity of imposing an nd valorem py manner. Eleven children wero born election over there. They do say of whom survive. In nro even tax. Tho liquor license ia fixed at 500, to them, seven also that the prohibitionists ns before, the highest sum that is allow- 1801 Mr. Stagj; rotuoved to this county Office South Md Main St., In office recently nro in Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. deeper in tho mud than the nntla and until he became too old for active vacated by Dr, Lee i Huffman, Stanford, Ky. ed in cities of the fifth class. n the matter. the mire Semi-Weekly 1: Interior Journal Unprecedented ! m -- f 4 ' m m first-clas- Em-bry- 's -- head-foremo- st no-irr- o d. ... HUGHES & TATE. well-know- n bo-for- Disappointment, w BEST OIL At THE LEAST MONEY ALBERT H0MMEL. NEW DRUG STORE. cians' Prescriptions. Particular Attention Paid to Physi o g, S. HOCZEE, M. D. W. H. WEAREN & CO. -- STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS t Fifty-thre- e y typo-writin- HEATING : STOVES 441,-12- to-da- y, red-heade- d KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, FOR. S AXE Klngs-vll- le Dry Administrator's Sale -- Corn Wanted. KIlTa A PREWITT. m Pres-byterio- Tuesday, Nov. 1 ug DBU Cotoq BOOKSo SCHOOL : SUPPLIES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded 1 11 1 three-year-o- ld .,... 7J-- n Dentist. W. Bo MoMB13BTS, r'i iUa. ''iA-- -- JL, ' 1. -- .. rV wAm BJg.y.r-t- J 'i u Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal STAGE GLINTS. it might not explode again. But tho risk of an explosion made it im- I Ixjtouvq mat it sliould Iwgot rid of. Elaborato probations were made. First When Baby alclc, wo paTo her Cnstori. win of all tho rents in the borp made by the Pcrtont having; claims against the eitste of explosion wcro covered over with thick When alio wm a Child, sho cried for Castorla. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. son. Came to my place near May wood, on the 7th ' " P.T,M,cn hem properly nroven When aho became Mlw, ahe clunff to Cnstorit. by s" of July, a bay mare Texas pony. Owner can get 1, 1S11 and thoe who owe ft v,iill come jjion a When ahe Charles E. Blaney has rewritten "Tho chargefiuira liimij eixtireu. forward and settle at once. her bypaylng foi her keeping anil this notice. Mail tram going North...... had Children, sho grvethem Coatoria. U 7 pm of jwwder was inserted uud con" " South.... W. P STEPHENSON. M"1 ..113pm Actor's Holiday" for Miles aud CaldJ. T. IIROWN. Admr , Express train " South May wood, Ky. 7Mt Pleasant Point, Ky it Jl pm well, having spent but SO days upon the nected by an electric fuse with the on. HUliU.iMIIHMIMHHNHWHIl gino room. Then tho gun wns fenced Local Freight North. ........ am work. . .938 ' rounti with n sort of rampart of ..107pm South.. Robert Drouet, author of "Doris." Efllo sandbags nnd thick oaken beams. etoncs. The latter trains alto carry patiengert. Uucklln'o Arnica Salvo. The abOT it calculated on ttandard time, Solar Ellsler's present tilav. is writhio- - nnnt1nr When nil was ready, the ship steam) JELLICO.TEN.VESSKE, Having- secured The best salve In the world tor AlMiss (me it about ao minutes fatter. urama lor mat star, to bo called "Mon- iu sea, arm at tho npiraintoil time all tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever toret, cutt, bruisesd len from Cincinnati the tervicet olfor thisMattte I tetter, at Trimmer action, hands, chilblains, corns and all skin (run cordially invite the ladles to Inspect a carefully Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, tana." Prop. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. hands were ordered below, and the gun tiotis and positively cures piles, or no pay requir- - selected stock ot Millinery at prices to suit the . 11 it guaraniccu to kih pcucci sausiacuon times. The Mitstt Webster, of Indlananoli.. have Heleno Mora will not appear in a now was fired from tho engiuo room. It was charge of money Dresa Making Trains pus Junction City as follows : version or "Uomrades," as she intended. found that tho charge had exploded, but or sal by reiunuca. t'rico t? cents per tc, now ready the serve the ladlrt.Department and are Th ,he on'y tlt A. K. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. to For 1th No. r., Vettlbulo Limited. M.Jo Sho a nple rcom for drummers 'nd.Uspecia is haviug a new comedy written in- douo no further damage to tho trim .r. MISS LICC1E 1IRAZLEV, tteiitlon . m.; No. 3 , Chicago Limited, t.; a. m.; No. 5., loth e 'raveling public Rates U. Stanford, Ky. Sjtini Thebett platter Dampen a New Orleans Express. t 7 a. m.;No. 7., Local, stead. cept that tho iron plates hnd been hurled with Chamberlain's Pain Halm and biud it over tile ra.ra p.m.; no. 9., uiue urasa vcstlDuie, 8.40 p. Neil Burtress is at work on a nownlnr. against tho turret and tho rampart, teat ol pain. It It belter than any palter. When M. North bound. No. 1, Vestibule Limited, 6.48 which will bo produced which wero also blnckened with powder, the luugt are sore such an application on tho chest about Jan. 1 and another on the back, between the shoulder p. m.; No. 4., Fatt Mail, a.53 p. m ; No. 6 , Chlga-e- o Limited, 2.27 a. m., No. 8., Local, i.55 a. in.; next. It is said that the play will show but not hurt. The shell had moved only bladet, will oltcn prevent pueunonla There It The finest fruit belt of Ne w n few inched. The experiment was tried nothing to good tor a lame back or a pain In the No. 10, Blue Grass Special, Cam. startling novelties. urc in crops ..uuw iingauon Mealco. No fall cared in A throat can It. D. BRUCE tirODorlv aKnn.1,1 a second timo with a larger charge, with side.n ghttore applying a nearly always be dampen, one by flannel bandage A French version of "Charlev's Annt" It Agent (or the Jones Lock Wire Fence and It it " V,"' lV.",.Krown,oCllfo"' e andbelemon.? tho samo result. Then it was decided to ed with Pain Halm, o.n.s M.l??vP v.vvu 13 10 brought out at the Gyinuaso in try a coc bottlet for sale br W. 11. McRobertt. Drug. pronounced by the Ktrn era to be the bett Wire iiwui .sin np Fence in the world; no cutting, no magging; pig 6 percent. jji ill on or .. m.m ..n .a years' time, at Call t Paris. Tho piece is now being performed wedges full charge, and this time iron glt. sunlord. addreit. tight and bull strong Call on I. M. Ilruce at wcro hammered into the routs. ". W. .MUKUA.V, D. D. S., in London, Now York, Berlin and South Stanford or address It. D. Ilruce at Damillr, Ky, Stanlord, Ky. Tho gun was brought from tho turret 04 Africa. to tho deck. Tho third attempt proved E. VARNON, Robert Mantell intends to have "Par- - cmccessiui. ino siieii away seaTHE P. 0. MILLINERY. rhnsius reconstructed so as to raako a ward, oxplodiug as itwhizzed tho the office of CounIs a candidate for struck four act play. Tho piece, when com- Tho Baden then steamed back water. ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic parto Kiel, ty. pleted, is to be produced with elaborato where her return was anxiously awaitCall at the room and tee the 6cenic effects. J. M. PETTY, ed. Exchange. W. G1VENS A. "W. Pinero ha3 sold tho rights to and The Gun Maker at Lancaster, will be in Stanford perform a German version of "Tho S Is a Candidate for County tudse of Lincoln, sub one day of each month for the purpose of getting Stock Traveling Shoeuac. repairs. Work left at the Myeit Mouse or Mack ject to the action ot the Democracy. ond Mrs. Tanqueray" for fivo years. The HurTman't will be tent to him and will rrcrite OfMUllnerr Inimn 'kV. afTlltYCTaPJrV A small bag for each of tho extra pairs The roods and pricct are prompt attention. Old gum or plslolt made good bound to pirate you. iim.u in ucwg irausiaieu ana will short- of shoes carried on a journey is Jl&sofafely as new. 10 neat a O. ly bo presented in Berlin. MRS. P. T. COURTS. device. Tho bags may be mado of stout It a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol ticking in ouo of tho pretty red or blue Democratic party. He uould appreciate your FASHION'S FANCIES. and brown stripes bound with braid to the vote. A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening Blnck and wliito effects still find fnvnr JOHN M. JOHNSON NICHOLASVILLE, Jessamine County, Ky., strength. Full stocks ol fruit ami ornamental trees, grape Latest United States Dotu here nnd abroad. Is a Candioate for Assessor of Lincoln J county vines, asparaus, small Iruitt, shrubt, and tvery. Lovely accordion plaited blouses of Government Food Report. thing utually found In a nursery establishment. subject to the actior.ol the Democratic party. black Hbso have spreading bretelles and We tell direct to the planter and have no agents. ins Catalogue on application. aOYAL:BAKINGrPOWDER CO., revers of jetted net of tho most beauti11. F. HILLKNMKVKR. A. GIVENS 106 Wall St., Now York. ful quality and device. Leiington, Ky. Room j, Farmers Etchange Ilank. Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, tub. In mohair fabrics new effects are A. S. ject to the action of the Democratic party. shown in waved surfaces, bourette Stock, Grain, Market and TobacSURGEON DENTIST. Knots, narrow camel's hair Btripoa aud Of Rowland, Stanford and Vicinity: co Farms in tho Blue-Oraa- s rough dots cf rich color. Office over McRiberts Drug; Store, inj'the new Owsley Building. It a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of All sorts of variatious of tho mutton Having made arrangements iththe East Ten. the democratic party. am now prepared to sell Alwayt (or tale. .Mm Timber Lands In the moun- o Stanford. netse leliicoUoai leg sleeve still maintain, and tho latest you Jelllco Coal at the lowest possible mar- tains tor sale. Correspondence collated. styles are cut long and full enough to ria. I hnd that br Dtvlnir catn and senior lor D cash I can tell much cheaper, mi come and r me DEHOR G. drape in drooping waves from shoulder and see how little money will buy your Winter to elbow. Is a Candidate (or Jailer, subject to the action of sunnlr ol this Coal, the best on the market. Thanling you (or past favort and soliciting a the Democracy. 1 will open on January 16th, 189, a Sealskin and 6ablo grow rarer and it continuance ot same. I am icstwcilully yours. Dairy, from which can supply any quantity ot more expensive S D ADAMS. Rowland. ever)' year, and tho likFIRE AND STORM d ertey miiK to ine people 01 staniora ana M. ing for sealskin seems to havo innrp.asM at the following prices, delivered: Fresh Milk, per gallon.... D. S. .70 cents in ratio with tho difficulties hemming in It a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action tho fisheries. Saiimmed Milk, por gallon .to cent of the democracy. ...... Represeating.... At the well. known old stand ot J. II. Green, In 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon Regardimr hats, flat crowns urn tixn I will make two trips dally. The patronage oi the both high and low, but dome Kontucky, Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Hustonvlllo, shaped , public it solicited. FKY ION, JC. A. Stanford, Ky crowns, more or less high, appeal to yr, Would be glad to see his numerous friends and Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; i It a Candidate for Atsetsor, subjcctltojtne action show them his stock of goods consisting of Furnifavor. Tho latter havo tho recommenDemocratic part. ture. Saddlery, Hardware, IIug;Ies and Farming Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; match, or of holland or denim, with tho of the dation of novelty. implements, oive mm a can. 7n Ins. Co. of North America. initials of tho owner embroidered onono Yellow crepo do chine blouses are lav- side, or of any strong washable goods. All of which are ishly trimmed with wide black velvet Companies. I P. B. RILiEY.lProprletor. .STANFORD. Atbe pleased to waito nmv friends In this line. woulc For It a candidate for reflection to the office I'ol. ribbon and jet gimps. A bluo corded cf shoes of ordinary sizo join the ends testor, of Lincoln County, tubjtct to actionofof the icies promptly issued. Will Insure against tornaa strip does, wiod storms aud ll(htning London, - -- - Kentucky. ehk inouei trom Paris has very full Beginning of material 18 inches by 12. democratic party. Lightning cltus. STASLS, etattachol without additional charge LIVES7, FEED nt the seam, mark off with a I have moved to my new Hotel' and am better sleeves and hteh Stuart rnehn. with pin Office at F"tt National Hank, Stanford. stuck In the edgo a space of 7 inchprepared than ever to accommodate the public shoulder capo of cream lace. At John Mjnefee'! new brick on Depot ttiect, by es; then of 2, then of 7, then of 2, which Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call.uf Reversible satin of tho stand alono will reach around to the senm nrmiri It a candidate for Jailer, tubjectjto theactlon ol FRANK RILEY. 77 RAMSEY, quality is a very handsomo novelty Holding tho two 7 incji spaces just oppo- the democracy. among evening dress fabrics. It appears site each other, fold fh the 2 inch Who will atall timet be glad to accommodate all spaces in two toned effects trreen Hhot vrith between them as paper grocery bags with good ngt at reasonable rates. My 'Hut. will nro gold, violet with dark rose color, orange folded and bind the folded edgo as meet all K. C. trains. firmly Is candidate for Jailer, subject .ANFOHD, KY., ...... ....uwuv, iuu uoiv luvciy uui iu across with braid or tain?. Tho ton odt thea old JctTersonlan democracy. toj theJction lot ; Having purchased the blue; petunia with reseda, moss greon is also neatly bound, aud an inch SPLENDID l'AUM below and damask red, silver bluo and mauve, it a casing is sowed ou, through which black aud scarlet. New York Post. aro run double drawing strings of silk B. MERSHONJfc Thlt Hotel, renovated and tefurnlthed, It now tape silk beim: used so thnt tlinv nmv Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of I will tell pritttely In my charge and I intend to conduct it s Of J. W. Ramsey I am Increasing the stock as not only maintain lit high reputation, but toat to slip smoothly. If tho shoes nro wrapped tne democracy. t st impossible and will toon have it RAILROAD TIES. add long list ol aecommoda-tion- s My Splendid Farm of 150.Acrcs, to its for commercialfriends. Specialfine in paper before being placed iu tho bag, travelers and looms for , A New York firm 13 building 12 loco- tho odor of leather will not bo 6o apt to the dltpluy of samples. W. HAYS, .Situated il miles South of Stanford. This farm motives for tho Chilian government. permeate tho contents of tho trunk. It in a hlch ttate ot cultivation ana nat pieniy 01 ."AlFlrst-Clas- s Is a candidate lor ailer, subject to the Taction ot the beat ol water All in grass but 40 acres. Hat Saloon The biggest railroad loop iu tho world Isabella Pkoctok. tbc dcuiociacy. at my store on Lancaster street and I will 'Call the very bett of improvements. Aad IlILLIAKDand I'OOL KOOJIS attached is probably one on a Missouri road. It W. W. HAYS, Maninrd, Ky. tt make it to your interest to trade with me Is; JOSEI'H COFFKV Tourist's Rates Koundtr ip ticket 70 miles around. W. C. HUTCHINCS. is Tho V. It. MILLKU. to Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Florida and J. H. SOWDER. 3 Atlantic Coast lino put on through Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., palaco sleeping car trains from Now Oeorgia points, Asheville, N. C, New It a candidate for jailer, subject to the action ot A. G. Lanhtm MILLER & SOWDER, John li. Castleman. York to Charleston nnd Columbia, S. C, Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havana, etc, the dernociacv. Mmersand shippers of the GENUINE and to Jacksonvillo and Port Tampa, will be placed on pale by the Queen & Fla. Crescent Route on and after Nov. SAM M. OWENS, at Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford !and Tho Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fo greatly reduced rates. ti,0 q, & cjt j8 Is a candidate foe Sheriff of Lincoln county, subKowlaud. Otlice corner ol Depot ttreet and railsystem has more mileage than any other noted as running solid vestibuled trains ject to the action of tne democratic rimary. road crossing. Dealers and Brokors, 6 railroad system in tho country. Its ag- to Florida-anNow Orleans. Direct line HIOGINS .V WAITS. gregate is 9,841 miles. The Union Pa to the Southern Tourist Resorts. Finest D. STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY cific, which is second, has 7,031 miles. trains in the South. Ask your agent Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln courty, sub Office Interior Journtl Ilullding Tho longest reach of railway without (or tickets over tho Queen & Crescent; ject to the action of the democratic primary. n curvo is that of tho New Argentine he will quote BARBEE&OASTLEMAN Pacific railway, from Buenos jou rates or you can McKINNEY, KY. Ayres to W. O. Rinearson, G. P. A.,Cin SALE. I have bought -above m the foot of tho Andes. For 211 miles it MANAGERS,; O. mentioned; Hotel at and have attached a is without a curve and has no cutting or It a Candidate fr Jailer of Lincoln county and Fine Ulue Grass Frmol 3)H acres on pike Oommerce Building, Louisville embaukmeut deeper than two or threo asks hit friends nut to commit themselves to any aud finely imprvvcu. Firot-Clao- 3 Couldn't Sisy Definitely. one else, as he is forced Id stay at home and work. Bar and Pool Room, feet. Agents throughout the South. MDo you take this man for better or His candidacy it subject to the action ol the Dema. Farm of too actea, finely lmpiosed. Offered Have repaired and :relurnlshed the Hotel party. ocratic at low pnci. and A pleasing featuro of some railway for worse?" nsked the minister. am better than ever W. A. THIBBLE, Local Agont, stations in nnd about New York is u "I can't tell until I have hod him for 4. Fine Itlue Grass Farm, of ioj acres, in high stale of cultivation, well improscd; offered low Prepared to Accommodate the binning colored matron as attendant iu alittlo while," returned tho bride. '.STANFORD, KY. the ladies' room. Theso women aro Harper's Ilazar. Public. j. Farm of 141 acres, near R. R. station. Good blue grass land, will sell cheap. nearly always popular, unfailingly courProof I'oaltlre. Hpcial attention to Commercial Men. 1 ine Livery and Feed teous and apparently honest to a penny. He And aro you kind and affectionStable attached. 7. nlue Grais Farm of 13a acres, on pike, two land; low mils from Stanford: good They make it part of their business to ate to your mother? KEEN' FtP'U price and on easy terms. JESS ROUT, Manager'. I Will Selllat Cost for the Next care for packages, and they accopt tho She Indeed I am. Why, tho only 8 to is. Town lots In Stanford in areas; to suit 30 Days smallest tips with a smilo aud thanks. dresses sho ever gets are my old ones. -- ;purchasers. I E. E. Kidiler haj completed a comedy Published Every Tuoaday and Friday called "Down East." UlHo Akorstrom produced her now AT 63 PJSB YKAn INADVANCK pin-- , "A Pauper's Fortune," nt Worcester, Mass., recently. When not to paid $2.60 will be charged." "Ho, Sho and Her Mother" it tho titlo of a one act monologue that Charles Barnard has writteu for Frauk Lincoln. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Tho Orient, or Life In Hnrlem." is tho Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning name of ft coined- - burlcinuo in which at 5:10 p. m. Basco and Roberts are to star next sea-- your children subject to croup? if to, you THE OLD should nover be without a bottle of Chamber t 1 Cough Remedy. is a for After tho recent bursting of n gun ou and hat never beenItknowncertain curegiven croun. freely board the German ironclad Baden at i.a awn me 11 vuJ luutfll to fall. If Will preVCIlt The Livery firm of Alford Sc McAfee, McK appear! II the attack. It is tje sole reliance with thousands hat dissolved and the accounts of tbe film Kiel it was found that tho sholl which SAM IK WARNACK, Pror. are In Mr. Thomas Walker's hands for and neer had caused tho fatal oxplosion was still of mothers who have croupynochildren, In giving this It you are in debt to the firm, please collection. diaprointstrcm Therelt danger settle with - - KENTUCKY. hlui, at we are anxious to cet our business closed firmly fixed in tho bore. Tho task of Remedy In largcand frequent dotes, as it cuntaint nothing Injurious. 30 cent buttles UP- GKOUGK ALKOHD. removing it seouied dangerous and alRefitted and refurnished and in every w For tale by W II. Mckoberta. DrupirUr.' Run. pre- W. M. mcat;ck, pared to attend the wantt of the public. Rat et t ford. most impossible, lor it was nor MeKliioey. Ky, very reasonable. whether A Dnugrroiia nxtir-rltnon1 I JACKSON 1TOTIOI. y, London, m ESTRAY. NOTICE .... iV TO - THI XaADXES. Th Florsnoa Hotl. chap-Pt- ".South-boun- -- Attention, Farmers. Tne Feoo Valley. 11 rf 1W 1 PoW yRaking- WALLACE JAMES GUNS RXFAXRXn pott-offic- e - Largest BostSoloctod Pure P. HUFFMAN Orchard, Lawn, Garden. fit?ff-g- J. T. FAHRA, i SBRip PRICE, First-Cla- T mil Em ifflPvk J. m mm l" 6S-i- m w m, DINK FARMER W. TO COAIIIURNERS 1 5'-- 1 J. H. BAUGHMAN, how-lan- F. ELKIN, 40-j- ra CARPENTER, INSURANCE AGENT m JNO. BRIGHT oi-- THE RILEY HOUSE E. D.KENNEDY, first-cla- ss -- w.l.;dawson, M M J. W. Pro'r., COME to SEE ME. : JOHN BAILEY, THE GOFFEY HOUSE 'Grocery Business JOHN For Sale Cheap Privately. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 'Complete in Every Par ticular. W. tl PETER HAMPTON, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. lt, REAL -:- ESTATE Original Jelllco Coal. insurance Company d T. NEWLAND, Commercial Hotel, ad-dre- es cin-nat- i, T. J. HATCHER 1 PROPERTY FOR 1 NOTICE. BANKS. THE JEWELER. lllue-gra- ts Tne entire stock of goodt of D. G. Slaughter, deceased at hit storehouse in the town of Crab Orchard, Ky. Thit it a large an well assorted stock ol goods, all new, consisting of Truth. STANFORD, WHAT THE STABLES WON. Dry Goods, Clothincr, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Furniture, Groceries, &c. Come at once and secure bargains. TheOneck stable won $51,015 during the regular raciug season this year. J. A., A. H. and D. H. Morris ended the season with winnings of at least $GS,-400. JOHN B. DoNARDI, Carriage Painter and Trimmer, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and re s paired in ttyle. Plain and ornamental Signt. Satitfaction guaranteed In both workman-thl- p and price Shop on main street, over Wm. Daugherty'a blacksmith thop, Stanford, Ky. first-clas- Stock Most Complete acre fine larm wit't ece lent 17. Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike, 4 miles from Stanlord. -My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has just 34 Large blue gratt larm, capable of division re turned from the cities with an elegant Into smaller farms. Desirable In every particumil. linery, embracing lar. Offered low and on very caay terms. New Millinery. lla.f frame building; well finish, 16. Good ed on Main street, in Eastern part of Stanfoad. Will ssll at a bargain. S feet front, joo back. two-tto- ry ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of tho season, of which the she also engaged a will-hav- EVERYTHING GOES At first cost. ; Remember that the first to come U the first served K. H. 1JRON.VUGH, Admr. $75,303. VITAL TO MANHOOD. year. The earnings of tho horses owned by Marcus Daly, the copper king, were Pierro Lorillard's Rancocasstablo took into camp tho sum of $ 01.0SO during the "- CWE8TS NERVE AND BRAIN TRE.VT :t?T'A,',c,flc'or Hjtterla. Dlzzlnett, Titi, Noo, ralgla, Headache, Nervous Prostration causeil bi alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression 8of tenln of Brain, causing mltery, decay death, Premature Old Age, Barrenneti, iott o! Power In either tez, Impotencr, Lencorrbcea and at 1 emale Vi eakneoted. Involuntary Loseet, Sperms-torrhoscauaed by of brain, A znonth's treatment, tl S.'0?,?5' bjr. lnoU' Wltn eac order for 8 boxes, wltr Jo will semi written iruaratitnM tn fnni if min.i Ouaranttetittuedbyairent. WEST'H LIVER cures Blck Headache, Biliousness, Liver Con, PILU plain! JBourHtoinach, Dyspepsia and ContUuaUoJS. QUAIUNTEEa Issued only by over-exertiHelf-ubuie. .F fir - , tfS 4V tEatSitMI wtw flRAIa) . j m A. R. PENNY, Stanford. Brown & Rogers nlaced C2.715 to their credit, tho earnings of their horses for OILVERVW& the season. The thoroughbreds of the firm of Gid- Rock Bottom Prices. Promot eon & Daly succeeded iu capturing tho of 03,200. personal attention given to repair lum Tho thoroughbreds that raced under work. One call will convince you tho colors of M. F. Dwyer earned 3 mm whs is me piace to trade. for the noted turf plunger. Richard Croker, tho Tammany Hnll chief and raciug man, succeeded in capI turing the substantial sum of $97,000. ATJames R. and Foxhall Keeue wero the Allpertont Indebted estate mg winners of tho season. Their stable Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Swope will please settle to tbe beforo of Mitt Kate on or December I, uext and those having clalmt against her will pre. or cracks, including Domino, Hornpipe, There are three ol the best Barbers in tbe State tent them properly verified for paymeut to the Bt. Leonan and El Telegrafo, won ex There are also excellent Bath Rooms run In con ucdertigned by that time. W. . SWOPE. nection. Agent (or Lexington SteamLaundry. HMt nciiy $.':: f,uig. Adiar. riiillllM nmcg WW Mil .lBri 'itl'tMg a; Smtll farm of 19 acres on Hanging Fork. Will exchange for tmal house and lot or sell at low price on easy termt. 39. Small farm ol no acres, wclllmproveU, at a bargain. 31. a lull control' Firt-Olas- s Dress-Make- r. miles trom Stanfcrd Fork, near y 3- N&yp Fine Blue grasaland, Turnersville fronts on pike, with good improvements and nice young orchard. Pricolow. anu couage, nicciy sou conveniently locatea, near ucpuuu iuuuun, rwy. Nine rooms in dwelling-- four rooms in cottage. Store house of 3 rcoms All new buildings. Alto good barn. Lot 300x300 feet. Fine location for store snd hotel. Will tell cheap nn 1 on easy terms. 31. Farm of fo acres on Hanging buiwifni ..uuu ffl "$'", "j"m,oemytocl of .Millinery before youdreste,. ??u.r 'J ,ul pa, i ,avori we solicit tame. 4 MAKV DAVIS DUDDERAR. lr Hotel, ttore-nous- a JAMES VBAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. , YEAGER & YEAGER, UVm, $70,-63- Fruit Trees For Sale ! FB AND SALE STASLS, 2TOTXCX -- are well tupplled with At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile West of Klngtvlllo, Lincoln county. We have at fice a any nan ever handled, stock of Fruit Trees at BIOS ready for transplanting nto orcnaru anu garden this Fall. Orcbarcs of Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit cjttomers at J10 per hundred. Havebrcji purchased and nothlnpbut The trees aie nice, tho varieties the best. Everything needed to make home attractive and tne urnoutt will leave the stable. children happy will be found here. For circulars address J. A. McKEE & CO., Kingtvilie, Ky, 04 STANFORD, KY. n,Ware,,nourn.ew,uWein Opera Houta NEW ANDORSES firtt-cla- ta Give them a Call. s.yv-'- t- Jk Vl,"3