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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893112401 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. p , ( ?r"r ?'" fRVfT?'' ' BMiff5!R5!n5KS!fP4 Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. LIBERTY. LANCASTER, digger-Hero- 's Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAV. NOVEMBER 24. 1893. GARRARD COUNTY. j NO. 77 ROWLAND. HUST0NVILLE. Next Monday will bo county court. A. 11. Owuns is quite ill and not exTho fishing and hunting club with our &Zf and lot it nil go to thun- Circuit court will not bo in Bcs'sion on ' pected to live. the necessary paraphernalia left Tuesday that day. John T. Dudderar has gone into bus- for Casey. der. Judge Jacobs, of Danville, and Hon. iness at Lancaster. Col. Kilns Adams returned from Co. Thoro was a furor in our city SaturXTow Mrs. J. H. Hilton is visiting her day night (Sunday morning) by the luinbia, .Sunday evening, whore ho luul It. 0. Warren, of Stanford, nttended court this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Woodyard, at throwing and explosion of a dynamite been intormtulitiK with his constituTho stock of confectioneries of Joo Brodhead. cartridge. No arrests. ents for several days--. We invite the public to come at once and purchase from the Wo notlco that all tho offices in ColTho closing exercises of Mr. J. W. Haseldun, who tnadt an assignment last Itev. W. L. Williams was unable to week, was sold at auction on Monday lector Itodes' district havo beep made occupy the pulpit Sunday morning and Brown's school at this place will take vacant for democrats. That is all right, evening, hence there were no services on Friday night. place nt tho W. McClelland JoIiufoii, who was if tho row men aro all democrats. night, thoLMth. There will bo ft grand at the Christian church. Toildt Requisites, Fine Stationery, Books, Wincow Gass, Miss Viola's theatrical company is Mr. Will Dunn gave a fish dinner to oxhibitlou with declamations, dialogues, chief deputy under Surveyor Collier, has opened a law olllco over Iltpginboth-am- 's playirlgin hard luck. Soma of their a number of his male friends Friday. music, ilc. store. paraphernalia was attached hero for a Fish were served variously, palatably Mr. Win. Lynn, living on Shuck's Tho Masons have decided to have debt duo J. H. Albright, of Brodhead. reand bountifully. Creek, a few miles from this place, Mr. and Mrs. D. Call and secure best prices. S. M. Carrier, father of J. W. Carrier should bo congratulated ports that his son, Win. T. Lynn, left their untertainment and supper on next on their exAn interest! ik and a republican dyed In tho wool, has cellency as host and hostess, his hotnu on the night of the 13th iut. Wednesday evening. been appointed postmaster at Walnut Mr. J. A. Butler, who has been vory and has not been heard of since. Uo is programme is being arranged. o Thanksgiving services will bo hold Flat. WhH is tho matter with tho pres- sick with typhoid fover, is improving. a boy 15 years old, has light lmir, blue Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. Mr. J. V. Cook, of Lancaster, was hero eyes, fulr complexion and Is of good av- at tho Methodist churchThursday morn- ent administration ? On this (Thursday) evening nt 0:30 to see Mr. J. M. Cook. Mrs. Homer erage size for one of his age. Ho lelt ing at 10 o'clock. It has not yet been Prof. Voiers delivers a lecture on proParis, is tho guest of her mother, with John I). Lee, a youth 18 years old, decided who will preach the sermon. Mrs. Eliza Loar, mother of Mr. John hibition and against high license, Mrs. W. It Williams. Mr. Cnrroll Iteid fair skin and freckled face. Ho is said to have always been n good, steady boy F. Lear, died at her homo in Upper Gai "Grandpa Basso" will sing selections is at homo on a furlough. Miss Julia and Mr. Lynn now has reliable informa- rrd Tuesday night and was buried in from favorite music. Tho lecture will Stagg is at homo from Lebanon. afbo at tho church and a largo crowd Ib There reside near Hustonvillo Sam tion that ho wus persuaded olL If any tho Lancaster Cemetery Wednesday J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. I uel and Angeline Jelircs, aged 70 each, person knows of his whereabouts ho ternoon. Tho funeral services were con- expected. Tho Sherman silver bill, enacted by whoso lives aro worthy of noto and for favor by dropping ducted by Itov. It. It. Noel. 5U1 1893. would confer a The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazetttho republicans, got the country in trou- their strict regard for tho Scripture: a uoto to William Lynn, Liberty, Ky.; or Full corpi of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Muiic and if any good person would persuade tho insist that Henry Watterson is the ble and now before tho democrats could "Multiply and replenish the earth." In An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue! and circulars furnished on application. wandering boy to return to his distressed greatest man in Kentucky; that ho is do nnything to relieve tho people, tho a recent conversation with Mr. J. the , present administration is held responsi- following marvelous record was given: parents, ho would perform u charitable tho most progressive, public spirited citizan of tho Common- ble for tho hard times. Let the peoolo "We were married six years and six bo reciprocated if tho deed which would wealth; that tho average Kentuckiau bo taught properly and all will bo well months and no children. Fifteen years opportunity should occur. occupies much of his time sitting on In ISM. from that day my wife was the proud Married at Monroe Brown's, on tho goods-boxon tho corners of tho Dr. J. A. Anion, of Garrard. ws mother of 19 children, seven pairs of 10th inst., by A. J.Gibony, Jailer John DANVILLE, KY. streets, whittling sticks and talking poll- - with us this week. Martin Kearns, now twine. Within 11 months four children T. Brown to Mrs. Cordelia Hakes, of ho has at a Lebanon dude, was hero with friends were born (two sets of twins i, and four The Next Session of this Institution Begins September 13, 1893. Marion county; also on tho K.M, by tho tlc". R1 considors that when . tended faithfully to this ho has dis Wednesday. Messrs. Geo. Pope and W. at ono time not walking. Thero were mine. Mr. John 0. Brown to Mrs. Anna Vith a full course ol study, both English and Classical. While instruction charged his duties to society and tho P. Haines have moved to the heights in fourteen of us ten brothers, including cially adapted to prepare young men for the Freshman Class, it it the course ofthe same time is toespefuriniended at P. Bransoni, both of this vicinity. At nish a liberal English education to any ho desire it. In connection with the Academy, by Itov. F. Od- State; that there Is not a statesman of Northeastern Needmore. Judge Shelton myself, and four sisters. Tho ten brothMiddleburg. on tho any political party in tho State and that hns a new and handsome outfit for liis ers had 34 pairs uf twins, but tho sisters A der, Circuit Clerk James Gibony, of Lib- Alto- - barber shop. none. Two of these brothers were Has been established in the Home and under the personal contiol ef the Principal. Regular stuay Coulter, daughter of it is fifty years behind tho times ortv. to Miss mo u. u. noes noi iaK a very On tho 17th, Arbor Day, 20 beauti- twins who went to .Missouri and married hours under the supervision of the Principal and assistants and the restraints and government of James Coulter, Esq. Tho brido and a Christian home are combined with the best educational advantages. encouraging view of old Kentucky, ful trees were put out on tho school twin sisters and each had seven pairs of For further particulars in regard to board, tuition, eu., address arrived in Liberty lato in tho af Krooui -- Court Xotiw John Clark, alias grounds by some of tho young ladies twins born to them. JAMES B. WALTON, Principal, Danville, Ky. ternoon with tho following couples us! John Coulter and Miss i "Red Olouil," was tried in three cases and gentlemen ol tho school. On Saturattendants: DEATH'S DOINGS. for selling whisky and fined $75. Win. day night, some low, mean sneak pulled mm.! mi t Willi...,, iviifnr.i n Swope, E L. Cotley and Miss Hunt, colored, had about a dozen counts them all up. Marthal Martin and others Lucy Death came to tho relief of Mrs. Abe Belle Coulter. Harry Italus and Miss against him for the same otl'enso and are attempting to ascertain who did it. VanArsdale McRoberts nt 4 o'clock yes,n ch Ca8!' J,0,,n Hcr" If his name comes to light he will bo Ettlo Elliott, Dr. James Wesley and Mies Wfts I""' " terday morning and her tired spirit took "" " royii, w. made to pay a tine or look through tho its flight to the house not nude with ' "P" Bertha Elliott, Tho happy pair with are charged with breaking into bars. their attendants put up. at Charlie l'res- w1rLittle Mary Jano Moore, aged 22 hands, eternal in the Heavens. A little down to a Mr- - Marksbury s granary, but- aa bjiilmii.i.ni.l..h.r..i!.HVut over nine years ago she became the wife months, died Nov. 18th, of .!. Thin w aniMTOiitlv """ U in ll, penitentiary no- for sorno Her illness lasted about three brain fever. of Mr. II. J. McRoberts, and no couple ...ni..nnH And prices to suit the times. We now have an weeks and of his other devilment, tho case was an incongruous union of a liumlltouian she had violent spasms for nine days. ever lived together more happily than Laura Hell Broiddus was with one of Jetleniouian proclivities. coutinued. Sho was a sweet child and one that at- they. Sho was a true wife in every republi- given a divorce from her husband, AlWhich of tho parties, whether sense of the word and the sweet incenBe abandoning her. tracted tho attention of everybody. Tho can or democratic, w ill bo strengthened exander Broaddus, for of her memory will pervo to cheer to against Nan Bruce, colored, for family expresses its heartfelt thanks to in after years by this union, of course ii Thu case good people of Rowland who were so some extent tho heart broken husband vagrancy, was dismissed as shu is in tho tho now merely a matter of conjecture. in the dreary hours that must be his. A last stages of consumption. Harry Hull'-ma- kind in tho hour of trouble. We don't good wife is Tho lino hotel of It. T. Pierce, of morn to be prized than jewkuoiv how to appreciate tho loved ones had quite a number of cases against thisplncois now approaching compleels and the loss of one is the severest afuntil they are torn from us. tion, though wo learn it will not bo fur- him for selling liquor and his tines fliction that can bo felt by man, and nished ready for use at tho approaching amounted to $100. E. A. Pascoe, charg those who have experienced it can sym- Of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Flannels, Comforts, Blankets, Cloaks, WILLIAMSBURG, VHITLEY COUNTY. December term of tho Casey circuit ed with selling cigarettes to a person unpathize as no others can with the beHosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs. Mr. E Ingram, a young attorney reaved I'tisband. Mrs. McRoberta was court. Everything about tho building is der 10 years of age, was acquitted. done in splendid stylo. Tho carpenter Those fined for selling whisky couldn't of 1'inevillo, lain town this week. born Jan. 27, 1S57, in Ilarrodsburg, nnd G. A. Denham's commission ns post- at tho ago of 13 professed religion nnd work under tho superintendence of Mr. pay and were sent to jail and tho judgn W. H. Wilkinson, of tills place, is now gave instructions that they bo made to master at this placu c.iiiih Saturday. joined tho Presbyterian church, of which ZB-Ei7 A large crowd wan in town Monday, she remained a Mr. work. They are allowed $'.' a day. Tho receiving its finishing strokes. faithful nnd enrnest caso agilnst George ilulluuu for at- county court day. Moat of them camo George Haynes, of Mouticello, is the member to the end. Foremost in church seven-yea- r old in on account of thu sheriffs big land work nnd ever ready boss plastuior and his work bus high tempting to rape his to do her full share sale for taxe. of anything that would advance the commendations. Through tho courtesy niece, resulted in a hung jury. Circuit court commenced on MonHoy. J. X. l'reptidgo is holding a cause of her Master, o! Mr. J. E. Aheran, of Hiadfordsville, her loss will be felt painter, wo were shown day, Hon. M. C.S.iullty presiding. Tho series of meetings at the Baptist church, by the congregation here, which held Ol Gents', Ladies' and Children's Shoes to be found anywhere. who is tho through all tho rooms tho other day. charge to the grand jury was able, com- tliiB week. There were flye additions hcr in high1 esteem. For more than a Den't fail to see our Carpets and Rugs. year consumption has gnawed at her viHis work, too, is done in tho highest prehensive and explicit. Tho various Monday night. A party of young people met at and latist stylo of art. There is much laws and tho necessity for their enforcetals, but sustained by the grace of tho ment was fully set forth nud made so Miss Xell Freeman'H, Monday night, and God shu loved, she variety and harmouioiiH blending of tho murmured not. She plain that noil-- could misunderstand or had n candy pulling for thu benefit of tho retained Hue gtain work on tho doors and tho cotwiou'Uiesd to the last and Jolly Ab Hall, who bo misled as to the rights and duties of supper given Tuesday night. fancy bdrdering. left many loving messages to friends to is kind and The meeting at tho Christian church meet her in Heaven. The funeral serdid tho masonry and brick laying, has the citizen. Judge Saulley litigants, hut closed Wednesday night of last week mon will ho preached at thePresbyteriau already completed his job and perform- courteous to lawyers and at tints turn time keep things moving. with 70 additions. Elder Terry baptiz church this, Friday, afternoon at 2:30 by ed it witli much credit to himself and of delay in tho matter of ed'JD.on Wednesday afternoon. Rev. W. A. Siaymaker, after Which nil tho house. Don't say any more that Tho charge W. T. Darrow, life insurance ngent that is mortal will be consigned to the Dealers In- ashes litigation cannot bo laid at his door, for riso out ol th Liberty will never ho has materially reduced tho old dockof Louisville, is in our town this weok. earth in Biiil'alo Cemetery. She will bo an honor to tho county yet. et and disposes of cases on the new with K. I). Perkins went to Louisville WedMiss Annie Hoehn, daughter of Mr. ORAB ORCHARD. promptness and satisfaction. II is splen- nesday night on legal Husineps. and Mrs. Anton Hoehn, died yesterday did work upon the bench hns won him a Tho Ladies Aid Society of tho Chris- of typhoid fever at tho Carpenter House, A cold wave has struck us and cloaks host of friends. Hon. John Sam Ows tian church gavo nn oyster supper in where she had been engaged some time, and overcoats are in demand. ley, is on deck attending to the duties of the sample room of M. A. Moore, Tues- aged 10. Miss Mamie King has returned after Attorney ubly and day night, which was quite a financial Commonwealth's Presley Smith, and father an extended visit to relatives in Kan-bufaithfully. Tho Interests of tho State success. of Mrs. V. K. Denny; of Garrard, died in Mr. J. A. Cooley, Judge James Stin-so- Richmond Monday, aged 05 Prayer meeting at Baptist church will receive prompt attention nt his nnd Juduo II. F. Finley are just beThursday night, conducted by Itev. An hands and at the same time no injustice See'Our Large and Splendid Line Of Prof. St. Clair, formerly of Hamilton will be done to those who aro innocent. ginning tho erection of new residences, Oillege, wher he taught 12 years, died derson. Misses Allio and Birdie Hardin left His duties havo been performed in a while Thos. OWIara. B. F. Rose, Prof. at Columbia, Mo. manner highly creditnblo to himself and Gorman Jones, M. L. Moore nnd Richfor Danville this week to visit Mrs. KitLONDON, LAUREL UOUNTY. satisfactory to all concerned. ard Faulkner have their residences neartle Farris. ly completed. This does not look like An Aid Society has been reorganized Win. E. Goggin, of Laurel county, Resolutions of Respect our people were entirely ruined by the a clerk in the pension ollice, has heen by tho members of the Christian church. They want work and the church needs Adopted by tho Walnut Flat Christian late financial panic. promoted from $900 to $1,000. Two negroes- named Miller and means, so if you havo any sewing or Endeavor Society, commemorative of the Suit was instituted Tuesday in the of Brother It. H. Cildwoll, Nov. Hums were arrested in Bell county Lturel circuit court hy Andy Johuson, quilting to do, give it into their keeping death about a week ago for breaking in nnd formerly of Bell county, against the Louand you will be satisfied with botli work 21, 1S93. At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giWhehkas, It lias pleased Almighty stealing goods from J. M. Ellison's storo. and prices. isville Times Publishing Co. for $20,000 ant monopolies of manufacturies, but now the panic-scarred and Tho tiro alarm was sounded at about God to call from our midst our worthy They still had much of tho clothing in damages for publishing an article accusmanufacturers and importers are dumping their products as Wednesday night and and esteemed brother, in tho evening of their possession. They were brought ing Johnson of hunting a planing mill at half pastS o'clock life, whilst we how in humhlo submislast as they can, which means that prices are now being here nnd placed in jail Sunday, Miller Dillion. Mr. J. It. Lawless' now residonco was wo can hut mingle our jumped from the train near Rockhold to bo burniqg. Everybody went sion to His will, young man found dead hero found The those who mourn. but was shot in the foot and recaptured has heen identified by about a dozen to render assistance but to no effect, for grief with Resolved, That id. the death of Bro. in a short while and brought tn on the people aa Henry Lewis, a young school it fell in an unreasonably short time. A It. (I. Caldwell our Seinty has lost a afternoon train. week later and it would have been tho teacher and preacher of Leslie county. Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and won hy and highly Hstfuined Iriond, his date of his last fins, which occurred on In my description I forgot to mention sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say to one and all that faThe Old Fanner Hopkins Co. delightthosamospot. Mr. Lawless has been wife and family a kind husband and that his age is about 23. The body Ib I have been one of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. pased a large audience at the Opera House still in the county court room awaiting singularly unfortunate, this being tho ther, the church a zealous and pious They are new and fresh; no old stock or second hand goods, rotten tor ami tho communitv ul largo an up last night Mr. Davidson as tho Old the arrival of his father. third fire that has destroyed his proper- right, honest citizen. with age or infected with disease, but fresh fiom the manufacFanner was simply immense, in fact the ty. His first loss was a store hero and wo tender lo tho family our entire comptuy wis away ahove par. If 2. Ti.at Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands A conspiracy to kidnap the 12 year-ol- d turers. he has twice beon left homeless. Ho had condolence in this their sad hour of bo hn arranged, tho a return date could daughter of Joseph Kraft, a wealthy of Calicoes at sc yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes just Insured this last house hi a reliablo reavemoiit. house would not hold the people. citizen of New Albany, was divulged by $1, worth $1.50. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c Ordered that these resolutions he company and will get about $400. Ho MarshQeld, Wis. Times. At Walton's a faithful servant, who refused to enlist worth $1. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth Si. 25. Ladies' Button l on tho minutes, a copy furnished was away from home Wednesday night, . . U'" iNTKltlOll JOUIl Opera Hous, Nov. 30. in it and the gang was enticed to a barn, Shoes 90c, worth $1.50. The largest and best selected stock of Mr. 8. A. Ui .am l. gone to spend tho night where an armed force awaited them. Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line Mlddleton near town. T. W .lONKH, The most notahla matrimonial ovent One of the men was Killed aud the othof Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. Mhs It E Gain Com'tee in tne history of Uloomington, III., was Judge Harbison duoliarg-- d tho juer captured and lodged in jail. .1 Respectfully, Come early and get the best at auction prices. P. ClIANm.KR, the marriagd Miss Heleu L. Davis to Two students have been killed withries in Mason county because they in a week in the murderous game of footSeven men went urned to death in Lew in G. Stevenson, son of the were not drawn as tho new constt'Utlon ball. a hotel at Beaver, I'a. provides. All right nbout tho 'sum? j ' Walton's Opera House. Reserved Seats on Sale. ! pa-rct.- court-lioiiB- O BEST & NEWLST STOCK OF DRUGS. Hunting Goods, Pipes, Cigars and Tobacco. W Bo MfollMJJBlEMT! of Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September xat e liberal-minded- Centre College Academy. Home Boarding: and Training Department es K"'r - ! "; - - NEW : GOODS n r,i ! d stock: -- j-- SEVERANCE & SON. ) FARRIS & HARDIN, s. f, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, Tinware, &c. n FSRMING IMPLEMENTS. - THE HARD TIES ARE OVER d ovr-loade- 1 I LAUGHTEMD spr-H(- . J ". r) t. JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. tf ;w niiati iV i't . s n jni-ivi- FW i N fr le It is now bcliovod that tho internal rovonuo tax on whfsky will not be increased by tho now rovonuo bill. The lire In Springfield, Masa., TuesStanford, Kw, NovfamEK 24, 1S93 day night caused n lost of about $500,000 Tho police claim that tho tiro was of incendiary origin. W. P. WALTON. Goodloe Combs has been son fenced The whole town electrified by the low prices. Multitudes of buyers flocking to the Louisville Store. for hie for being accessory to tho murcounty, Mechanics leave their benches, merchants their desks, professional men their offices, laborers their tools der of John Hose, in Powell making tho fourth man so sentenced for to join the crowds taking advantage of the tho samo crime. Under peremptory instructions from tho court the jury in tho trial of William v. Rusk, the most picturesque Holt, charged with being implicated in figure in President Harrison's cabinet, tragody, returned a tho Delaney-Olive- r has gone the way of all flesh, (lis death verdict of not guilty. was caused by inflammation of tho pros Santa Ana Perez, tho northern lead tate gland of longstanding nnd it occurer of tho Mexican revolutionists, advei-tise- s red at his homo at Viroqua, Wis., TuesThe Cloak season is now at its highest and we must thank the ladies of Stanfor 25,000 recruits. Ho promises to Preparing for the winter. day morning. Ho was familiarly known pay $75 a month to overy man who en- ford and surrounding country for the large amount of patronage we have gained through them. as "Uncle Jera" nnd aa Secretary of Aglists, provided he comes with 100 cartriculture gave the newspaper reporters ridges. many dunces to turn n paragraph at Tho storm thnt had beat continuous TC-HI- X During his life of 03 hia expense. ly for four days upon tho west coast of years ho hold n greut many ofllces, in Europe, has resulted In immenso de eluding that of representative in the struction of life and property. Over 40 Legislature; he was three times governi' or men we can sen you a suit at 3.50, S4 anil 55, worth double the money. For Suits in all the bodies havo been picked up ou tho shore or, three times congressman, a general "We aro not an advocate ot mob law exlatest styles, double and single breasted sacks and frocks, very rare bargains, cut from S13, 14 and Si 5 near Calais. in the army and a cabinet otlieer, a pret cept in those instances in which tho law Everything else in the Clothing line cut in proportion. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer s.iys that to S7, $9 and jSio. ty good record for u man who began life does not provide a sufficient punishLoving, of Knoxvillo, while Francisco ns a stage driver. Though droll and ment or there is the prospect of n failure hunting, shot and killed n squirrel, blunt of speech ho wa very popular of justice. When it has to ho resorted which fell on a rotten limb. Tho limb and to that mora than any positive to however, it should be done open and broke and fell ou Loving's head, killing ability he owed his successive advance- above board, liko the mob who hanged n him instantly. ments in public confidence. in tho rapist in an Iowa Hon. John B. Gordon, general com t II presence of tho court, aud not in tho manding the United Confederate Veter- which coiu.1111 inousaiKis 01 uouars worm, arc too numerous to mention, all cut to meet the nri?fls n "Tiro shows for the price of one. A dead hours of tho night by sneaking ans, announces that tho reunion which snnty miyers. mi calicoes will oe sold this w cek at sc; apron check cinahams ;c. wnrth 81 mi single ticket admits you to all," will posmen in masks. If such things are nec was to have taken place at Birmingham, all other Dry Goods cut in proportion. Ladies' Shoes 90c, Si. 25 and Si. 50, well worth double the sibly be the cry of tho fakirs for the Sam essary to be done, let them bo douo de- Ala., last month, will be hold in that money. Jones performances in Louisville. He cently and order. in It will have Don't miss this chance. Everything new and offered at less prices than odds and ends can be boueht h to preach at tho Auditorium one day effect and will show that those whobetter city April 25 and 2G, ISO I. take Lyon, nged 10, w hilo hunt- for elsewhere. Walter and lecture at tho same place tho next part at least do not think they are them- ing near Paducah, was mortally woundnight and while there will be no direct selves committing a crime. ed by tho breech pin of his gun blowing charge for tho pulpit exhibition, only : out. The pin struck him in the fore: who buy tickets for tho lecture those Interest in the Breckiurfdge-Pollarhead nnd came out near the ear. Tho will bo permitted to hear tho (suit sterns to have waned. But little of A. UKKAKSKY : CO., sermon. As tickets aro $1, it will be it is enid now of whnt was for the time a discharge nlso destroyed tho eye. I). UANEY, The Court of Appeals decided in the ssen that tho kind of salvation that Sams Owing to the crowd- wondor. uel dispenses is not freo by a long shot. o condition of the circuit court docket nt else of Dr. Kice. of Louisville, wtio was MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The plan to draw a crowd is a novel one, Washington, tho caso will probably not fined $50 for practicing medicino without Mr. William Vinson, n widower of but unworthy of the cause if not of its be called before next Bpring. Even a certificate from tho State Bonrd of Health, which was refused him, that it 42, was married yefitorday to Mia Susie originator. Miss Pollard seems to have fallen into A in hiich cases. liorton, n spinster of 33. innocuous disuetude as no mention is has no jurisdiction b3Tm4-JT-vWiikkkvkr tlie Frankfort correspondMr. Gnbe Brown nnd Miss Mundy Police raided n crap Bhooting party made of her ent, who must suffer from ennui in that -on a steamer at Paducah. To avoid be- Jauo Beeves were married yestorday at qXs v dull town under tho hills, runs out of Hon I. M. Qoiglky, seeing that Hon. ing captured one man leaped into tho Wm. Austin's, near McKinney. something to send to tho Louisville A. J. Carroll, of Louisville, has tho call hold and split his skull and another in Simon Straus, manager of tho Louis- Is Hocoiving Hia dailies, he begins to nominate somebody on the speakership of the next House, attempting to jump into a boat near by, vill Store in Danville, and Miss Selu n for officelt is two years yet before the hns wisely withdrawn from the content fell into tho water and was drowned. Rosenberg, of Louisville, will wed in : gubernatorial election yet that irrpressi-bl- e and if the other aspirants nro wise they A second attempt to burn the Lex- January. young man wonld have the world will do likewise. All tho same though ington at Lexington came The Culbertson will contest at New Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me believe thnt Col. "W. 0. Bradley is sitting it will bo Carroll first and tho rest no- near accomplishing tho purpose, which Albany has been compromised. Mrs. call. up nights laying his plans to capturo tho where. destroy the p is said to havo been to is to receno Blanche Culhertsou-Frenc- h republican nomination for that office, in tho Scearce case, which aro likely nt once 6150,000 in cash nnd the remain-- ; NEWSY NOTES. when the truth is ho is not bothering to give two prominent citizens trouble. der of the bequest, SIVjO.OOO, is to to1 himself about politics and if ho was he Thograud jury at Guthrie, O. T., placed in trust for her until alio attains C. Williams has been appointed J. could get tho nomination aforesaid on postmaster at Labascus, Casey county. submitted a voluminous report to the the age of 3S yenrs. She was disinher tho slightest intimation that he wanted The wives of four Lewis Brothers in Federal Court regarding the Cherokee ited for marrying ngainst her father's I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, it. Clocks and Jewelry, Morgan county each gave birth to a Strip opening frauds. The report alleg- will. and offer them at prices never so low. Call and examine the stock. stupendous frauds were commitLove laughs at locksmiths and dees that TiiBREisno cable to the Sandwich baby on the same day of last week. ted and calls for a congressional investifies politics, religion and what nots. Mr. J. Adair Pleasants, a native of Ladies' watches former price S50 now $40.00; Islands and the news from there is only Lewis Green Stevenson, son of the demKy., but for years past one of gation, obtainable through regular steamers to Ladies' watches former price S35 now 27.00; and himself a At Ottumwa, la., a mob took Fred ocratic San Francisco. This is too slow for tho the best known men in Virginia, died in Ladies' watches former price S25 now 17.50! Gustnvson from Justice Truit's court- democrat, was married nt Bloouiingtou, wide awake dailies and they have char- Richmond. John Jackson, of Mauds, 0., was room and hanged him from tho stair- III., Tuesday, to Miss Helen Louise Da- Solid Silver Spoons, Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the tered a vessel to carry representatives to vis, the beautiful daughter of the editor Honolulu to report on the condition of bitten almost to death by a horse with way. Gustavson nssaulted the : daughter of Jonas Sax, on Monday of the republican paper there. They hydrophobia. One en tiro shoulder was : affairs there. The average reader who night. The mother of tho child furnish will will spend their honeymoon in bitten off. 1 to 5 cents for a newspaper pays frcm This sale will be made for CASH. Uring the money along with you. Southern France. Dr. Messer, postmaster at Messer, ed the rope used. has no idea of tho amount of money it Tho marriage of Mr. S. C. Lackey, of Fred White, a maniac, n t Elk River, has expended in getting the late-i- t news Knox county, was arrested by a U. S. or of the enterprise necessary to conduct marshal for breaking open a letter con- Michigan, gouged an eye out, cutoff his Atlanta, to Miss Bettie VanArsdell was right leg and then with hia left hand bolemnized at Mr. David VanArsdell's a paper to fill tho wants of an ever grow- taining a pension check. The governor has appointed Hon. D. cut off his right wrist with an nx. He in Harrodsburg Wednesday, Dr. Hunting demand for the freshest information W. Tiibbleof Madison a delegate to tho was discovered before he did further m- - er, of the Presbyterian church, officia obtainable on all subjects. Farmers' National Congress to bo held itir? to himself. His is said to bo a case ting. The attendants were Mr. T. T. Lackey and Miss Stella VanArsdell; Mr. of religious insanity. Senator Carlisle delivered an ad- at Savannah, Ga., Dec. 12. Three persons were burned to death Contrary to the ustnl precedent, a G. T. Lackey and Misi Carrie VanArs- If you do not, try ours, dress at the annual dinner of the New We arc now receiving our winter goods York Chamber of Commerce Tuesday and six others injured in a fire at Now-bor- n, Roanoke jury has convicted three men dell. It was a lovely home wedding in such as Tenn., which destroyed the Opera for rioting in connection with the lynch- beautifully decorated parlors and was evening, in which he declared that gold One man was witnessed by some 10 intimate relatives Is the only safe baais for a currency, but House and several other buildings. ing of tho negro Smith. fined and given COdaya in jail; two oth- nnd friends. After congratulations nnd that as much silver should be used as At Flushing, Mich., Gao. Wristley can be maintained at a parity with gold. a boy, who was locked up for ers were sentenced to one day in jail; a sumptuous breakfast, served in five (Hudnut's,) Carolina Rice, Focrstcr Cakes and Crackers, courses, Mr. and Mrs. Lackey left for He regarded the talk of a double stand- housebreaking, tried to escape from jail nine others are to tried. visit the Clarence M. Overman, president of Lexington and will ard as absurd as it would be to have two by burning it down. Ho was smothered yard sticks of different lengths or two to death. the Citizens' National Bank, of Hillsboro, groom'a fafier, Hon. G. A. Lackey. The P. J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment of Candies, Fruits gallons of different dimensions. Tho H. F. Childsen, of Erlanger, cap O., pleaded guilty to the charge of per bride is said to be a lovely woman in and Nuts. speech la attracting great attention, as it tured the second prize of $1,000 offered jury, embezzlement nnu masing laisu every particular, while the groom is n is regarded as the authorized declaration by a St. Louis tobacco firm hi a guess reports to the controller of tho treasury model young man morally, of excellent of the aJministration on the monetary ing contest over tho total attendance at and was sentenced to serve five years in business qualifications. Mr. Lackey Iihs Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. question. the penitentiary. The total amount em- mado his homo in Atl.uiti (or several tho World's Fair. years nnd to that city ho will return after bezzled was $50,000. There have been further develon Tub report of Commissioner Blount of ments in the Cumberland Valley Thousands of counterfeit tickets nil the relatives are visited. May HeavBank's his investigations at Hawaii proves be- assignment case which justify the have been sold and honored over rail- en's choicest blessings be theirs now nnd belief yond a doubt that the Harrison admin- that the nssignmont will be set aside nnd roads leading out of Chicago in tho last always. istration violated all international law a receiver appointed. Tho counterfeit was so few weeks. "church "affairsT and committed a great wroug on a weak nearly perfect thnt it was accepted withSallio McAlister, colored, an and defenseless country. Tho revoluprotracted meeting nt the Chrisfreak, died at her home in Wash- out question until discovered by ncci tion was only mado possible by the ington City, last dent. The railroada now have $200,000 tian church, Richmond, conducted by week. She weighed shameful conspiracy of Kid. Powell, closed with 17 additions. (305 and was probably the largost woman worth in their possesion. Stevens and a gang of freebooters to pro- in the United States. The union Thanksgiving services Additional Locals. mote their selfish ends. It appears to will bo held nt tho Christian church, The East Tennessee Land Company, have been a most disgraceful conspiracy which founded tho town of Nkw lot of Zeigler bootsnnd shoes juBt with sermon by Rev. W. A. Slaymaker, Harriman, throughout aud sufficient in itself to for- Tenn., and which is tho ,'argest land received at S. II. Shanks'. nt 11 a. m. Goods arc- .. ever damn tho last republican adminis- company in the State, has been placed Do you know thnt right now we aro tration. NEW ADVEimSEMENTfl. in the hands of receivers. for business, with a grand assortJ. L. Harper and Jumes Oleson, of ready of holiday gifts? Oanks, the JewLexington is to enjoy thn first advanment tages and privileges of Prof. Gray's won Marshall county, stood up in tho road-an- eler. Dress-Makin- g. shot each other to death in the sight derful electrical invention, the Telautoof Harpers wife and children.. It was Witii the full dreBS hop, Thanksgivgraph, by which a fac simile of one's ing nnd a Bhow.our young people ought MRS. COREY the result of an old quarrel. SAUNDERS, handwriting cau be instantaneously The Kentucky Malting Co., nt Louis to mnnago to get through next week transmitted any distance. An exchange Of Cincinnati, harlocntcd in Stanford for the villa has failed in a manner which shows without experiencing ennui to nny rnm- - purpose of conducting a Dress.Making will be established and the surrounding She I fully conversant Willi alt the there was much rottenness in its man pant extent. styles and In cutting uses the I'rcnctl lailur Systowns will bo placed in communication tem. She can be fouml pi Mrs. Wm. Kiev's on agement. Its liabilities are $300,000 with the capital of the Blue Grass. Tub "Lady Glndintors," a troupe of a- '- Lower Mam Mrcct, where sho will be glad to have with assets nothing to speak of. burlesquers, who displayed the ladies call on her. Oysters always on hand, either in bulk or cans, or served John Stomke, of St. Louis, was giv- leged opera Louisville demuch soiled hosiery to order The Wattersou Club at en 200 lashes on his naked back by reg- little talent, but in any style, with celery, etc. Jitnbs, nnd which tho there ulators because mands n change in the ho married his neigh- over managers of the Opera Houso here reand considering the fact that republi bor's wife. Ilia back was as raw as a cans have hsld the placo for 30 years, it piece of Bteak fused to play, went to pieces nt after the whipping. appears that tho demand is not without Thev appeared at Frank- ON MONDAY, DEC. II, 1803, den. Joseph II. Doe, of Janeaville, in the trenches voted Capital saya their perform- At the in Stanford, I will offer for reason. The boys Wis., Adjutant General of the Wiscon- fort and the talc to the highest bidder, iiu .in ire., nnu nne and sold at astonishingly low prices. a new deal and they ought to get it for ance was unfit for a description in a desin National Guar I, will be appointed newspaper. all around. FARM OF 19 ACRES, Candies, Nuts, &c in great A NICE Assistant Secretary of War. Gen. Doo cent variety and abundance. Come in and Hanging Fori, Lehigh Valley railroad company ia a lawyer and enjoya a large practice. O. Barnes, and Lying in Lincoln Co., Ky., The have a basket fixed up for your wife or girl. Rev. and Mrs. Geo. about l mile above the bridge on the C. G. Sparks, of Mt. Leonard, Mo., Miss Marie, aro arranging to spend the Danville pike, It being the place vhere btinfonl claims that it can easily operate without row live. dwelling of six neces its striking trainmen. Itdoej look like sold 40 Poland Ohiua swine as follow: winter at Sanibel, after tho meeting Good outbuildings and rooms. liarn and all Never splendid garden. ary falling water. Firm all under good fence and in it is a very bad time to strike, with the Nine sows sold for f 125; 10 gilts $101; 10 which Mr. Barnes will hold right nway high state of cultivation. Will be sold on esr army of unemployed seeking work, and young boar pigs $200; one aged boar, in Atlanta. Tho family owns about a terms. For further information more than probible that it will re- AUmtrai unip iwiu, 5250; 10 small pigs square mile 01 mo lanu ouoauiueunmuu der, Keal Estate Dealer, apply to Miller A Sow. it is btnnfrd, Ky. MRS, HKTTIE PETEUS. $70 sult in failure. J ofl the Florida coast. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 6 OR 3 PAGES. Ex-Go- of A writer in the Courier-JobrnaWodnesday, who signs his article Jf. T. H. and dates it at Middlesboro, makes a specious and special plea thnt justice Magic City by the be done the press and others. Usually justico is not what the accused desires, but thip writer, who has moro faith than a grain of mus tard seed, sees such visions of future greatness that he would fain have everybody believe that Middlesboro will rise and come again as sure ns God mado little apples. Wo hopo so. we aro sure. That "permanent investment of n crawflihy lot over tho Uhiuo" which the writer thinks has darkened our vision and given us a vinegary view of the Yellow Creek town, has very little to do with the case. We Biniply give the impression that tho looks of the town now produces with no desire to injure it whatever, even if it were in our power. We are glad somebody can take such n rosy view of the place as does N. T. II. and trust that he has not let his desire get away with fits judgment in tho premises. l, $160-a-foot, A Tremendous Success, GREAT X BARGAINS, ZVCS-Z- ! court-hous- e OUR GENERAL FURNISHINGS 1 A. J d ed THE LOUISVILLE STORE. Pror. T. Manager -- nine-day1 H.G.RUPLEYf-e- j ' now-a-day- 9S m flwteBtf k.4 r AND ?&? ' J FALL WINTER court-hous- e GOODS. , ra 1 Great Clearance Sale. Har-todsb- urg, vice-preside- nt, SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. Do You Get Good Coffee? Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, Hominy, California Canned and Evaporated Fruits, McKINNEY BROS., ChOOJDlS FALL WINTER 8 osriEW d All In. Come and See. H. J. McRQBERTS. Kitab-lithmen- t. ... 77-- OYS TERSI post-offic- e ed PUBLIC SALE. Court-house Har-rodsbur- g. Fruits of Every Kind, E. ZIMMER. A-- I Splendid Dinner for 25c. ( 77-t- d - t 1 1 'K Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal 24, 1893 NYE AS A COCKNEY. WILLIAM 18 Stanford, Kv Novesujer W. P. WALTON. On this doctors tlon't dlsaRreo. It may bo regarded bb nn asaured fact that the delegate b to the Pan American Congress at Washington, who travel over tho Chesapeake Jc Ohio Hallway will, with one nccord, praise Its acenery and train Boryico. There la nothing In tho way of lovely mountaiu views and Jplctureequo valleys of the Virginias, to compare with that through which tho Ones apeakeA Ohio Kailrood passes. There U nothing of historic nature In America as great as a trip through tho Virginias and there is no other railroad in America superior to tho 0. A 0. In tho Btnooth' neua nod stability of Its tracks, the F. F. V. Vestibule Limited being one of tl o famous trains of tho world. Tho & Ohio passes through Hull Run, Manassas and other noted battlo fields and is In all respectB tho best route for nnd South-Wes- t the West, North-Weto tho National Capital. For copy of Virginia In black and white, free and full Information regarding rates and train Bervlce, address C. B. Ryan. Assistant O. P. A , Cincinnati, Ohio. Gheea-peako st GETTING QUITE USED roof troo and servants and cellar nnd TO DEAR OLD LONDON. root houso and stable to you, and then Bays, " hat! Are you going to sail next Had arranged lie Oora to llenr tlio Mltiatrcli nnrl Wrltca month? You astonish me. that wo could ovorything for 80 days, so About Clnronco, tVlio la Hack Acnln not havo a dull day." Ouco More Cmicellltig " Encncmout This is not tho licenso of tho liar, but With rt Uaohaaa OfTFor Oolf. tho plain truth, and they havo gone on doing it ovon when some of our country(Copyright, 1K8. br FUlnar W. NycJ that houso for you, and ho only hopo that you will liko it. Ho turns ovor his tec. Ho makes you believo that ho built ! THE 1 CINCINNATI "WEEKLY" now PNEUMATIC SULKY. Hun Added to the Speed of Fnat Iloriea. In tho history of trotting nnd running tncea nt the end of tho nineteenth century nothing will occupy a moro prominent plnco thnn tho pneumntic sulky, An Invention Thnt Noxt my lodgings and actually against my window is St. James' church. I can hear tho sermon or tho music when my window is open perfectly. This church docs not believe in tho divinity of Christ. I am led to bollovo that if wo traco this matter back to tho dawn of the Chris-tia- n era, wo will understand why London la not mentionod In tho Ulble, and why Paul did not correspond with tho archbishop of Canterbury. King Lud built walls and towers, and among othor things tho famous gato which gavo its namo to tho street still called Ludgato. King Lud was succeeded by his brother, during whoso reign Julius Cwsar, since docensM, invaded London and tho town became Roman. It was nowly fortified by Helena, of Constantino tho NorfolkiWesternRR mother is tho Geoffrey Btory,Grea which This with Walter Bosant does not instnntly agree. Ho maintains, and, too, with good reaSehtJul Hent. 3, ijj son, that the peoplo of London aro not rolatod to tho Vouus family in any way LEAVE NORTON DAILY lor Graham. nWftcM, Pocahontas whatover. A family portrait or two of 10'lBcvm may bes found at tho national gallery. Lrnchburg, Richmond and NpiloJk. and SUpln Cars from llluefieldtoto Sho was good looking but rather wild, RichmoBd. alio from Lynchburg Rdfordj Trlni lor Poeahontaa, Powhatan and fJoodn and if sho dressed in London as sho did wtlt leave lllu.field daily at 7 oo a in, i 05 p ro and for theso pictures, sho must havo suf'lllue field TOoamandoeopra dally (or fered n good deal from pneumonia. Oolumbua, O.. Chicago and all pointt K.nova London, as a Roman town, was called Weil. Pullman leeptr 00 9 00 p m trin lor l.nl Augusta, and where now ono meets tho "Additional train, for Welch and Intermedial. gentleman in high hat and frock coat, Lave Hlueneld 4 i o p m dii itatio..aon Klkhorn tho Roman- senator climbed to tho top 'Tralm arnv t Norton frotn th East dally it of a penny 'bus whllo his meagre toga 5 flapped in tho fresh breezo. Whoro now to chduU,,rt Vu further lnormlion of Norfo.kaU.uer.K.n, tho highland soldier in his rum uniform c appl, to and purplo knees gayly hies him to tho A5t Itoaneke, V. Cen. Mooro and Burgess minstrels at St. """ m r IIRAOO, Aiftnt Trav James' hall, tho Romans 2,000 years ago sat with lowcd heads and shed toara IK VOU ARE GOING..- -over tho samo jokes. Kind wonlscan norcrdle. or But I could not go shooting. I would OoofTroyof Monmouth snys thnt in tho hnvo enjoyed it overy moment, and bo year 1103 boforo Christ, Urutus, a of Knens, who was tho son of would tho birds. But what would Claronco do? Ho is Voduh, enmo to England with his companions nftor tho taking of Troy and bo easily cast down. Ho leans on mo so founded tho city of Troynorant, which much. Ho lost his mother on his forty-eight- h birthday, and ho is comparatively is now callod London. After 1,000 years, during which tho city grew and flourish- nlono, und I am nfraid ho will got deed exceedingly, ono Ludbecaino its king. jected and get to drinking. Ono even- y-- London, Eauland. men havo abused tho privilege. tvhich has knocked nn appreciable timo Twice-a-Week ruiiLiauED- GAZETTE GgsSafgcSSSi FOR OITB llUXDUED V. AXD FOUIl PAPEUS A YEAR, OR LES S THAN O.VB CE.NT TER COPY. It! 00. A YEAR. Site xiopolarlir of the Gascttc extend from Ocean to Ocenn. From every part of the Globe the nem ! given In rc- llnble ahnpe. Twelve to Sixteen Pflirea a Trcclc rrlll be printed, for 91.00 a Year. Address reTEUMATIC 1UCINO SULKY. THE COMMERCE .GAZETTE CINCINNATI. old ones ns they reem to be, for the pneumatic sulky helps them to get over tho road faster. Another help ia tho kito track, not yet bo well established in popular favor as tho pneumatic sulky. Onco this sulky was invented, tho wonder was thnt nobody had ever thought of it before. Thoframoof tho sulky is mado off tho milo record. Tho now trotting horses aro uot so much fnster than the HA W F 17 STAIITINO OCT TO TLAY OOLF. Vo-n- us "? - .,.,. l't. r. NORTH THK WEST, Kind tronlaciin No. never die. Never die, never tllr; nocrclc It in tho same with n joke. What moro enduring monument could ono havo above his lowly tomb than n well L0UISVIUC 4 NASMVIUl R. R. lt It th liac for you, Double Daily TrnliiH Mate cloi connection! at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all pointt. THROUGIIITICKETS SOLO. HA?iGAGK CHECKED THROUGH For any information i.niulreof JOKS UICK.Ar.nl, bU lord, Ky Or W, W. PKNN.Trav Pan. Agent, Junction City, Ky 11 CHESAPEAKE & OHIO It IIS.W.W Washington, Philadelphia Baltlmoro, Now York, And all other Kattrrn Ctllca. jharliMt Line bctwn rUttcrn Poinli. LouLvlltc, NOV. i, l.cungton'.and 1S91 IN F.KFKCT EAST HOUND. I.vi, Lnlrgtim N JJ, ilail 7 lepra AtUHtlc Mlitttml AccommodjtMin, No 6. rx Sun.1l.40an) 6.10pm Kiprrtt, No 4 daily Kri ML Stirling Accoin , No. 8, ei. Suu, tho following fongs wero sung by tho company: "Old Dlack Joe," "Some Day," "Whlto Wings," "Tho Picturo That Was Turned Toward tho Wall," "Lorena," "Silver Threads Among tho Gold," and "Sweet Belle Mahono." I went ou that special evening lecnu90 it was tho now programmo for 1803-- 1. Mr. Mooro, tho head of tho firm, is tho Justly celebrated and refined father-in-laof Charles Mitchell, tho mauler. Ho is called Pony Mooro. Pony is CO odd, but is still tho end man at his own show, and as opular today as that undying humorist who is supported by his wifo, Judy, and tho dog Toby. Punch and Judy will probably play to standing room only bo long oa Big Ben and tho Tower shall remain, and possibly centuries after. In 410 A. D. tho Romans went away from London, for tho reason I am told that a young woman on Piccadilly ono ovening when it was mining spread her umbrella over a Roman senator, chucked him under tho chin and said, "Hullo, Charley I" Mind you, wiflrout ever having met him before, and his namo uot being Charley eyether. Ho told tho other Romans about tho Incident, and tho noxt morning overy ono of them was nt Chnring Cross station on their way home. A Roman sen- - taxidenned joke? At St. James' hall tho other evening Ing I thought I would knock tho dignity out of Clnrenco by mixing his liquor for him. If I could only got somo of that ponderous dignity knocked out of him I thought I would enjoy him moro and talk moro freely with him. Ho took tho prescription I had arranged for hi in, also some cognac, a dipper full of Guinness and a gourd of gin, and when I suddenly asked him to jump up and get tho cheese his celobrated ramrod back was a littlo moro perpendicular than over, nnd ho was bo much more dignified than over that I bowed my head on tho table and wept liko a child. Wo havo lodgings that aro very pleas-nand a two shilling breakfast. That is, I pay two shillings for myself and two for Clarence, unless ho needs something to encourage his appetite; then, of course, that is extra. Lunch we get at tho houso, or nearby, at well known eating works. It is the same with dinner. One can go out to theso places and get a dinner a la carto blancho or a prix fixe. This summer has seen tho thorough victory of tho strnw hat and its establishment in London. I havo been told many times never to show my noso hero if I woro a straw hat, so I left mino in tho stateroom of tho ship and got a nice, Blilny high hat, but I was surprised to find tho straw hat on tho street for a month nftcr I had landed. Even in tho Stock Exchango they hnvo been worn this summer, and members hnvo in tho Houso of Parliament in them. This is extremely sensible, for sitting all day inn heated session and wearing a high hat or sealskin cap wns gradually making tho members bald. Somo also appeared without waistcoats during tho hot weather, and younger ones woro Bashes, bo tho exnmplo of my childliko and bland friend, Reed, tho cznr of North America nnd duko of Portland, has been already felt across tho nt 109 SULKY TR.VME. 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? IS rws-i- i ns light as possiblo nnd to thl3 aro fitted tho bicyclo wheels. Usually tho frame is made by one firm of manufacturers, tho set of wheels by another, nnd tho two aro nfterwanl put together. Tho frame without its wheels looks as follows: Tho wheels nroelaborato affnirs. They havo ball bearings and aro mndo of tho best Bteel, the rims being cold rolled steel. Tho axles aro lengthened out so ns to receive ;ne supports of tho Vw 1 ilaelas. i . I l.ii.nwjt wl.i:i t t.cst ' i I"u. ..U w !!.-- I 'it. " l . baatll . '..(. 111 lJuiVfMI L.n.luiv.lt9Cliu.i.uta,At'ut4. .. . ..uaTilU. ilrw. . -- that tSiC-i.v- nl Cfirwit tt li Jr a"" 1 ri COLID VZSTIBULnD THAINS )Tttinll rf iitViT, jeln. .(Tvvtt!i CaMt V!cV:rr r.i.1 f . u.1t. lnihiti w limit M ruhulnj r Only .UhtrGU. . C. l).rU:t t.Ttx.jail :. il. M N.w tlrlscyr I r. m I.imTlT , Cal .ornlft. U .1irreij. Ak titnti aluct lour L.J>va fhrlTllli rn4 Lawirnar. 'rr. t rouavvlluu I. lea w til luu ruth. ..tilul,4 rith Srer-l1 .w . C11 . 1 tru 1 1.1 r.INEAnSO:f. Oto'I Paai'r Atat. Cioclncatl, 0. frnmo nbove them. These aro eo long that tho driver is perched high up over his wheels. Liko tho bicyclo wheels, tho best pneumntic sulky wheels havo steel ball bearings inclosed iu spaces that nro as near as possible dust proof. Tho wheels nro finished in nickel nnd enamel nnd ns polished and shining ns the steel work on tho finest sewing machine or typewrit er. Tho BiKikes p.veusiatio tiued aro of fine, strong wheel. steel wire, while tho steel rims nro fitted with tho strong, noiseless rublwr tires thnt mako tho sulky glido along ns if it hnd no weight nt nil. Tho manufacturers of tho rubber tires eell with each eet a pump for inflating them. snp-jor- ts tk QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. J Correspondence With Good Attractions Solicited. WALTON BROS., Managers. lion- IIorscH Aro Spotted. - WESTBOUND Arr. LeairKton: 7 35" LoiiMJIon Accom No 7,e Sun ij.4opa Lotiuvllle i'.irt No ti dally 4 ISP Lei nitwit icofli. No 15, ei Sun 6, lopra Vetukxled Kiprtu Net JJ daily w VsTJ but fanl II V Through change SoIhI Vwtibuled rJ Dining Can. from Lcili.glan C II. RVAN, N. Supers wllhcu Agt, tron. Waihington, D. 0. FULLER, Ii. Au'l Gen. I'au.Agt.. m man .fj'f Mil ess of Newcastle. Somo would not havo dono it under such trivial circumstances ns I did, but I am rather fussy about my food, having been tenderly reared, and in tho advertising columns of Tho Times this morning I read, "Tho Duchess of Newcastle nses Sprntt's dog cakes only." Titled peoplo of course may livo as they choose, but they must not expect friends to fall in with their odd customs. I nui just now starting out for Hamp-Btea- d Heath to play a gamo 6t golf, nnd Clnrenco will accompany mo with an umbrella stand full of golf sticks. Tho gamo of golf is ns exciting to mo ns kicking a frozen doughnut two miles along a whiter road. It is a Eingulnr fact that tho moro the just canceled nn engagement to horso is hurt by tho pressure of ntiy part dino at tho home of her grnco tho Duch- of his tackling tho grenter will bo his Beit. I have resistanco to it. A horso with a sore month will pull harder ou tho bit. If n young horso is tied with a broad leather strap nround his neck, 60 thnt when ho pulls violently back it will restrain him effectually without hurting him, he will then not pull n second time, but if ho is tied with a chniu thnt cuts into his neck ho will generally pull at it "V - ULCERS, CANCERS, SCROFULA. SALT RHEUM, RHEUMATISM, BLOOD POISON. l)!l. w. Office "wcth v rale. In li. 'im PEJfNV St , In Hen list. .r. M L'0 I mtfman, fct.ti.U)rd, Ky. ollc recently TOUR FUTURE Clncltiniti. V I'i "MOTHERS'! FRIEND" 1 2 aMiitauitllMIMHIlM tk'l STD Qit.VsJi 8t0$L To Young Mothers V again aud again nnd not infrequently until ho kills himself. A horse will stnnd in tho stall nnd batter his legs nil to pieces by kicking, nnd tho moro it hurts tho moro ho will kick. If a horso takes to kicking in tho shafts and cuts his legs nt each kick with tho splinters or iron of tho carriage, ho will kick ns long as thero is n splinter left. 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Clurenco, my vnlot, is back with mo again. I urn going to tako him down to tho Isle of Wight for a week's coaching. It will do him good to tool about there over tho beautiful roads. Ho is threatened with gout and this morning left an egg nt tablo. But it was a Roman egg. By tho way, it was just discovored hero in a small court of justico that a grocer who dealt in egga both of tho eocene nnd plioceno eras wns In tho habit of Helling thin fruit when ripo for a Hydo park ovation to a confectioner, who makes a business of buying such eggs for somo of IiIh manufactures. Since I learned that, I cat fruit moro and caramels less. I havo a friend who wants mo to take .Hois n wwI.-'- shooting on his hospitable, as aro tho verv kind and generally Bliss their great Eigli North A" ' can heaiit. I wan about to in-r in h'wu homo is T' i h vi-r- At the llanquet. Miss Ticklowell By tho way, Cahokia. how do vou like Ibsen? 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I f - rnrrT'ii J!XJliMlm frVAi ...V-i... ..-- ' tAt MjneMr4MM.rW99XHVPmT . . t. - B 15 ' - f F Ti-- n' I; hi f . IN DIXIE'S LAND BEFORE THE WAR. j w stt j as. :BR-AJt- f iexjt arrrxs. TO BB CO.MI.NLCD. :T tf A highly dramatic story, showing the lights and shadows of an era now fast passing into the dim distant past. $ Be Sure and "Read It! If I' sf 'IT tt I f. CTIAPTER VIIL B ETWEES DCTT AKD TEMITATIOS. I slept very soundly that night. The experience and revelations of the last twenty-fou- r honrs luul een to mo inoro it ft is I ft ll J v I WAS LIGHTED WITH A PAIR WAX CANDLES. OF TAXI. IV k HI' 1. II t than incomprehensible; they were I tried to think about staggering. the astounding story that Mr. Dorion had told me, after I had bidden him good night, and had been lighted with a pair of tall wax tapers np a broad stairway to a large, where a great bquuro canopied and curtained bed awaited me. I say 1 tried to thinlc of it; but I could make nothing of it; I speedily gave It up, and lapsed away into slumber. Bodily and mentally, I was tired, and I slept late, 1 was aroused by a prolonged knocking at my chamber-doo- r, through which ran a continual current of negro-tal"Please, young maussa, would you get up an' come down to breakfast? Maussa Dorion say, wake 30' up easy; an' yo' pass outyo'boots to be shined." "When, an hour later, I was seated at the planter's hospitable table, it seemed as though I had been at home here for a year. Mr. Dorion, clad in a loose linen suit, his wife and three daughters, all pleasant, cool and at least one of them handsome, entertained me with easy and agreeable conversation. It warms my heart now to think of this, my first agreeable introduction to southern hospitality. As for the feast that was spread on that board I despair of conveying an adequate idea of its profusion. I was the "stranger within their gates:" I wus therefore entitled to all that they could set before me. Coffee, ami milk, bacon, eggs, white and corn bread, fish from the river, hominy where shall I stop? I had an appetite; but it soon surrendered before Use hand. "You are a splendid fellow," he said. great supply that loaded the table. After breakfast, Mr. Dorion took me c out on the shady west veranda, and smoked. I declined the weed, and he r, high-poste- d, k. I complied. "When you came here, last night you were no more to me or to my family than any other traveler from the north would be. You have been with us but a little while, and, I'm free to say, you have grown on us. You are a lad of sense and spirit; I like you. My wife told me this morning that she hoped I could keep you hero awhile. Now, don't you be too much flattered, iny lad. My wife Is a sensible woman; she lenows that two of our daughters are engaged to be married, and that the other is likely to be, very toon. I don't expect any danger from you in that quarter. Hut my overseer is getting cranky; he Is a northern man, and he don't use the field hands just as I would like. The idea has been passing through my mind all night that I would like to keep you with me, and learn you all about tho plantation and the hands. Then, in a few months, I can dismiss the' overseer and put you in his place, ion are northern born; but I feel as if you would be a success In that place. What do yon say?" I hesitated, and I felt tempted. knew not what to say. Then I replied: "You overpower me with your offer, Mr. Dorion. If it were not for my duty to Mr. Hostoek " lie snatched me up impatiently: "Your duty to Hostoek? You owe him none. Let me warn you not to sacrifice your prospects to n mere sentiment. The man that you think you owe some obligation to is a changed, embittered man. Do not think that he will receive jou with the cordiality that he showed you ten years ago in your northern home. He may not know you at all. I don't know what manner of reception he will give you. Have you thought of this?" I was silent Ho was encouraged by my silence, and went on: "And think, for a moment what you are exposing yourself to! You are seeking to link your fortunes to those of a man who has clouded his life. He has alienated all the friends that he made licre. There is a fearful mystery hang ing over his past life. I do not know you do not know how you may become complicated with it, if you persist in going on. 1 only say to you shun him!" I heard his words. I reflected; and the temptation to heed them grew less and less. I recalled the poverty of ray life on the New Hnmpshlre farm; my yearning to be with him. "When." I thought,"did he need friends more than now?" I was quickly decided. "I am grateful, very grateful to you, Mr. Dorion," I said. "Hut I must stand by Mr. Hostoek." He looked hard at me, and seized my as though my life had been passed In Siberia, Hero Is my south right her, among these people who raise a bale of cotton to the acre, and care for their niggers as no white man at the north could be coaxed or driven to do. .Well, here we are, at the edge of the cotton fields. Take a look there I" I looked, and I saw the sight that I had already seen n dozen times at a distance on my way down tho river. Hundreds of acres bursting into the snowy bloom of the cotton; a mimic snowstorm, nvith the contrast of deep green foliage all about it, and aruro skies and unclouded sun above It The sight was one to remember for a lifetime. Under the shade of a broad-armoak at the border of the fields Mr. Dorion sat down and fanned himself with his hat "See here, my boy," he said, "I've got something to say to jou. I want to talk to you like a father. Sit down there and hear me." d sugar; you'll see no cotton there, only conditions. There were planters and Ortheir families returning from an early leans. Don't I tempt you now?" Thus visit to tho north; speculators by the Mr. Dorion talked. score who had been up to Memphis Ho assuredly did; so great that I and to look over the crop; some, realized that my only safety was to liko myself, from tho north, going firmly decline. To remain here even a down tho river upon errands of busiweek would attach me so to these peo- ness or pleasure; not a few sporting ple and to this home that tho thought men, who frequented tho bar, talked of Mr. Bostock would censo to troublo loud and smoked long cigars, and there me. If I would go to him, I must go at was a Virginian taking thirty Blares once. There Is nothing of tho fatalist of both sexes to New Orleans for sale. In me; notwithstanding the strange I had seen something already of tho events of my early life which havo grand scnlo upon which tho largo river been and are to bo recorded, I am a boats were constructed; but the magplain, matter-of-fakind of person; I nificence of this one amazed mo. no more than the av- Everything in tho way of gilding, dechad at twcnt3-on- e erage sentiment that belongs to 3oung orating and furnishing that could be people. When, therefore, I 603- - that I done was there, regardless of expense. felt urged. Impelled to travel on, It Tall mirrors In tho saloons and cabins will probably appear to others, ns It multiplied the crowd. Carpets of gordoes to me, that I had a destiny to ac- geous pattern and the first texture complish. were under foot Profusion and variI tried to say all this to my kind ety of viands were at tho crowded friends in a way that would not seem tables at mealtimes. I wnlkcd about ungracious. and mingled with the passengers, hear"Well, my lad, so be it," said Mr. ing much talk of the immense cotton Dorion. '! havo forebodings about you, and you must promise to write to ,. r..t mo all about Bostock. I have heard something of northern pluck and obstl-nacI rcckou 3ou'vo got both. If you will go, wait till the cool of the day, and I'll drive over with 3ou to Barre's. It's onl3 four miles across, and It will be much handier than to go up to Vicksburg. The Cotton Queen stops there to wood up on her way down the 'Jl rsj-- i rfflwfWi river." Very little passed between us as we rode over to the river that evening. Mr. Dorion was serious and thought-iul- ; and, while I anticipated new scenes and adventures, I could not but be sad with the parting. "I hope we shall meet again, Dorr," he said, as a glimpse of the river appeared through the trees. 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Two white men of the class which had never been two miles awa3 from tho river sat and dangled their rusty boots in the water, and with some profanity and a vnst expectoration of tobacco juice, hotly argued tho unsettled question as to which was the fastest boat, tho Cotton Queen, or the S. S. Prentiss. "Thar comes the Queen now," said tho champion of that craft "Ah, but she's a beauty! If 6he ever kltches tho S. S. on this water she'll walk right ofTn her." "She'll never cotch her." "Much you know 'bout boats." "O, you talk! I was sallin' tho Mississippi when 3ou couldn't tell a pint o' water from a hogshead o' lasses." The discussion was in a fair way to "go on forever," but the near approach of the stately Queen put an end to it Heralded b3 great volumes of smoke beyond the point, and b3 that coughing of tho peculiar, deep-draw- n It was liko tho voico of prophecy. TWO MEN BAT AT THE TAKEK rEAYWO CAItDS. and sugar yield which the season promised, and of speculations and bargains in which less figures than a hundred thousand dollars were never named. Tho general tone, even In business tnlk, seemed to bo light, buoyant and confident Life seemed to bo going on, like the boat that carried us, The F.lrctropoispwill cure many eatn el alien where nothing else will. It hat worked like a charm in my family Ker Cm It, Means, Covlncttn, Ky It i certainly a wonderful Instrument nj it it more wonderful as to how it dors lit work, yet it T. U. U llrinlcy. dws It. (Iho veteran plow manufacturer ol the Sou-- J I.ouisviMe, Ky. With the Kleclropo'se I have currd dvtpepila, conttlpalion and liver trouble, headache torthachr.bad coldt, thrumatiim, neuitlgia colic and piles. The results are wnnderful, chills and fever I have seen cured in 60 minute. E. II. Lyle, Testimonial. tiiiiKK'niiiiuiafi i),lOISVIIU NfwAHOT CHIUtO fit B fcHrV rt!iwryM rrxSmummmmr - THE POPULAR AND DIRECT LINK TO...- - Itipjr, it, pipes ,EFf-- pf? river monsters, she burst Into view like n splendid apparition, reminding one of the genii of the Arabian Nights. Her great paddles churned the river into foam. Twilight still prevailed, but the signal colored lanterns were hung out fore and. aft and aloft, and lamps were lit in the saloons, staterooms and cabins. Tier upon tier the great height of the steamer rose from the water, the light flashing out from every opening. Surmounting the whole was the "Texas," or pilot's cabin, with the gilded figure of a queen displn3,ed in front of it, seated on a bale of cotton. The loftj gilt-cord- ed that accompanies one of these good-humored- ly said: smoke-pipe- s i i "You'll have to learn, youngster, if you're going to stay in the south. Like the morning cocktail, tobacco is a social force here. And you've been here at my plantation fourteen hours and haven't said a word about politics or slavery. I am beginning to doubt whether you are northern born or not." I saw that he was bantering rac, but I replied, seriously: "I have never voted yet, and I know nothing about politics. As to blavery, I hope to get some information about it. I have very little yet." lie clapped me heartily on the shoulder. "You talk like a sensible young fellow. I wish all this noise in congress and In the press could stop, and that the northerners could come down here, and see what slavery is like. Come along with me, and I'll show you a little of it." Wo went back to the negro quarters; a small street of comfortable white cabins. As we passed through, the darkies ran out to see "Ole Maussa." The young children, with hardly an apology of cotton clothing to hide their blackness, laughed ami chatted round him. Withered old croues and rheumatic "uncles" hobbled to the doors to see him. Lusty young negroes and negresses gathered about him. eagerly discussing the pre pects of "the crop." "Hero they are," said Mr. Dorion. "Something more than a hundred of them. You see their disposition. All that are able to work are aching to get into the cotton field to 'save do crop.' " "Would yon sell one of these slaves?" "Sell one of them? Met Why, I'd as soon think of selling one of my own girls." "Do all planters feel that way?" "I can't say; likely not I know of many who do." "Is it not true that at the slave-marin New Orleans and Charleston young girls aro sold on the auction-blocand that mothers are separated from young children?" Mr. Dorion answered with some warmth: "You said you didn't know anything about slavery, my boy; your questions show me that you have read a great deal about it I suppose the things that you speak of do exist; I don't know; they are just as strange to me ts k, xtirv'v MR. W'WiiJ' &;WEq2sua? 'J W JC V UOIHON FANNED HIMSELF WITH HIS HAT. "I am disappointed; but I reckon are right." CHAPTER IX. In the and her amiable daughters. brief time that I had been under this roof I had enjoyed a sample of home life at the south that was to mo as novel as it was agreeable. When these kind ladies learned that I had determined to prosecute my journey to Louisiana, they joined their husband and father In urging me to delay. "We are hardly acquainted with you yet," said tho matron. "I'd have 3'ou know, bir, it's not at all tho Mississippi way for a visitor to come one day, and go the next" "My curiosity Isn't half satisfied," laughed Miss Celeste, "I supposed, from what I had heard, that 3'our New England people were a kind of kangaroo. Wo see so little company hero that an Interesting 3'oung man like 3'ou Is a positive godsend." "And then," added a mischievous younger sister, "Simon Basnet doesn't come over more than once a week." "Perhaps I can furnish 3011 with a good reason for stopping with us awhile. You want to beo slavo life down here; 3011 can't half see it unless ou witness the cotton picking. We shall begin in less than a month, and tho sight will be well worth seeing. I'm a southerner born and reared; yet this is something that is always new to me and always grand. Tho section of Louisiana where you are going is all It was with deep regret that I parted that evening from good Mrs. Dorion AFLOAT ON THE MISSISSIPPI. Everywhere tho boat wus crowded with people. I had long ere now recovered from the amazement with which I learned that wharves and docks were unknown in these waters, which deepen rapidly from the shore, and that these steamers are so light of draught that, to use the quaint language of tho illustrious man who thoroughl3 knew tho west thc3 can go an3whcro "where the ground is a little damp." The Queen came straight up to the shore; thu two loungers who had been dlscussng her and her rivals took the cables that were thrown out and moored them to tho trees; and immediately a swarm of negroes sprang nshorc, and under tho urging of the mate, with an occasional oath and blow, began to take In wood for tho long passage down the river. It was a work of tome time, and darkness succeeded, the moon rising late. An open iron basket, fixed on a standard at tho bow, was filled with fat pine knots, continual replenished as they burned out The fierce red light flared out over the dusk3 faces and flitting forms of tho negroes, and gave occasional glimpses of the passengers as the3 leaned on the rails and watched the picturesquo scene. Mr. Dorion, standing at my side, suddenlj pinched U13' arm. "Look up there on tho second deck, Just beyond that group of ladies. Do you see that tall man with the red vest half-nake- d towered from tho decks. and their different tastes and occupaThe Famous Specialist, tions. In ono of the large saloons there was dauclng and waltzing, to For Information address tho music of piano nnd violin. On tho To Visit Our City Professionally. IAS. HA K KER, O. P. A , Chlcajo. V O CKUSH.lt P. A.. LonisvilU after deck a brass band wns pouring f.i fourth stirring strains, and hundreds An Excellent Chance for the Sick of couples were promenading. Tho and Suffering. Farmers Rank&Trnst Co moon had b this time risen, und tho spectacle of her flood of light on the OK STANFORD, KY FREE CONSULTATION, wide river was grand indeed. Hafts were passed, as well as And examination at his Private Parlors at the Is now fully organised and ready for buslocst with and smaller freight-boatand once tho Paid up Capitaljof - - $200,000. steam-pipe- s of tho Queen screamed Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, 8urplus, . t000. shrill in answer to tho salute of a large Dec. 5, till Wednesday going up. steamer SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL at noon. HANK OK STANFORD, "That's the Prentiss, "a man near mo said. "Some day they'll happen to From Tuesday morning tilt Wednesday noon. Now closing up) with the same assttt and under come together, going tho same way; the tame management, are a Hy provision i of Its chaiter, depositor and then there'll be tho biggest race Returning every four necks during the year. fully protected as aie depositor in National this river ever saw. Both captains arc Banks, lis shareholders being held individual!? Ilanle ia the .iirni of lh amount of their slock eager for It, and there'd bo piles of therein at the par value thereol, Id addition to lb on it I'd hope to be there mone' bet amount invested In such shares. It may act as jncutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as that day." tn individual. "Isn't it dangerous?" a man from To thot who entrusted their bultlnett to us Boston Inquired. while mossing; the Lincoln National Htnk ol Stanford, w. w. here tender our many thankt and "Dangerous? Well, maybe, a little, trust they wilt continue to trantact their buuaut n but wo never think of that down here. with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt to tame, our twenty year' experience la Steamboats always have raced, and banking and at liberal accomraodations at are cot I reckon they always will. I feel intent with sound banking. just this wa3 about it that if I PIKictoks: owned ono of these loats, and she J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; couldn't' carry steam enough to beat J. M. Hail, Stanford: the other without bursting why, then J.S Owsley, Stanford; bo d d to her." let her burst, and S J. Kmbry, Stanford; "But the passengers?" J K Lynn, Stanford; "I should bay the''d better be at J. F. Cash, Stanford; home, that trip." I went forward and William Gooch, Stanford; found a large number greatl Interested A. W. Carpenter, MllledKevill, Ky In the performances of one of the negro S. H Shanks, President, Dr. J. U. Owsley, Cashier. hands, who was dancing In a grotesque W. M Hiight, Telle fashion to the thrumming of a banjo. Then I went below, past the gilded and mirrored mahogan FIRST NATIONAL BANK men In their shirtwhen OF STANFORD. KY. sleeves were mixing fancy drinks for a nois3 and thirsty crowd. Around a S200,000 Capital Stock table in nn adjoining saloon so man' Dr Appleman, formerly of New York, now perwere pressing that I could not seo manently located in I ouisville, Ky , it a graduate Surplus 2l,3CO .Sew York what the attraction was. They stood ofltellevue Hospital Medical City, the most notable Institution of its kind In on tiptoe and tried to peer over the America. He has made a special study of the Attention of the public ts invited to the ftc shoulders of those in front of them. that this It tho only National Hank in Stanford the National Hank Act Under the provisions A lnrge chandelier lighted the room, EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, depositors are secured ofnot only by the capital liability lor aa but tho point of interest was concealed stock, but by the stockholder And chronic IMseaert in the great Ilcllevue and amount eipjal to the stock, so that depositors ol b3 the throng. Chaiity Hospitals, Niw York City, and there-sui- t this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Tho pressure soon became so great ol thit experience are many phenominil Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank ycarlo the Uuitcd are made that I was crowded up ogalnst the cures all over the State. He successfully treats ment and each assets arc examined States governat stated time lis flat-lwa- ts s; Until ten o'clock did I occupy myself in visiting ever' part of the steamer, and observing tho passengers at high pressure. DR. J. S. APPLEMAN CHICAGO, pAWts WEST ....And, N)KTfiC "WEST -. WORLD'S FAIR Visitors, remember tho Mnnon is the line, with Vetttbtiled Trains, Dining Car, Palace Chair Cars, Pullman lluffct Sleepers, at lowest rates. altes-lio- m3'-sc- lf -- bar-counter- s, half-a-doze- n Colli-cn- , n Moro to save myself from Acuto and Chronic Catarrh, than from curiosity, I reached put my Kinging In Ears, deafnesa, diseases if the eye, ear, up to the top of a kidney, foot on tho knob, nnd was at once able threat. Turigt, stomach, liver, diabetes,ur nary and dytpeptla, bladder, nervou prostration, to elevate myself over all heads, and conttipation, theumalitm, paralysis, epllfiity or fit. Ileinorroids, piles, cured without knlfi. No down upon tho tnblc. look direct from wcrk. no The position was uncomfortable; but I pain and detention to keep it more than was not compelled Young snd Middle Aged Men wall. biiffo-catio- door-casin- g, and check shirt-front?- " "Yes." "I haven't seen that face In twelve years; but I can't bo mistaken In it That man Is Conrad Bostock. Dorr, I hate to have 3011 go on the same boat with him! If you are wise " The bell rang bharply. "All aboard!" the captain bang out I wrung Mr. Dorion's hand, and passed over the plank. There was a great convulsion of tho engines and splashing of the paddles as the Queen backed out into the stream. I looked toward the landing, but m3 good friend was hidden in the darkness. As our boat 6tcamed down tho river I went about on this floating palace and observed the curious sights. CHAPTER X. A STinllINO SCENE. All told, there were nbout fifteen hundred people on the Cotton Queen and that night They were of all Tb Directory of thlt Hank t composed ol Forrstu Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; S. II. HaiighmanlLin"oln; J. S. Mocker Stanford;! ? W A. Trlbblo, Stanford; Oct. 14, 1S90. M. D, Elmore, Stanford; I had been troubled with Indigestion T. P. Hill, Stanford. and Dyspepsia for seve.'al years. The K. L. Tanner, McKinney; A Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture Gleet, etc., first doseof Stockton's Antiseptic reliev- cured by never failing remedies. M. J .Miller, Ml. Vernon. palnlul Diseases of ed mo and three bottles have made a Menstruation. women, such as Lcucorrhea, bearing J S. Uocker, President: Displacement of Womb, Respectfully, complete euro. John J. McRobcrti, Cashier; down pains in back, relieved in short lime. . A. ItOl'KRTrJ. The Doctor carries all hi portable Instruments A. A, McKinney, Assistant Cashier. For sale by A. R. Penny, druggist Stan- and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases. ford. lw'Kl- He undertakes no incurable diseases but given up to die. (rttuin When Jack call, on Mli Ileanor, Address Correspondence solicited Ha always brines her plenty . J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D Ky. Of flower and chocolate bonbons, which Louisville, Most charm the maid ol twenty. Write for Health Journal, free. ADBOTJFOriO And though Sir Jack hat tklriDy arms, And leg at thin at phcatanti , SlIVtMJ POIICT How could ojeblime Miia Eleanor, Who much admire his preientit IKAsrlA No woman ho any real admiration for a man' This notice forewarn hunter, Cshorraec and. pretence utileu the man ha a good physique lee OlHrfOtH others not to trespass on our lands without perfilled out. You can't be and arm well be prosecuted to the full IIUSIV-'""'-'- 'ii you tuffcr from any of the disease mission, as alt su.h will caused by a disordered liver of impure blood dys- ..,.entof,helaw.MSlrA,dowirz AM9 MfUVtlnCtTUCN affections. Dr. pepsia, biliousness, and scrofulous ttitfW T. D.NEWLAND. nn iHrocturwf trrucninft w.ut, , Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ia a medicine W. H. HAYS. Trt flUUT fUnifio RO08TJ in Bvnmrrs that cures these cases. It' the only remedy that's G. C LYON. guaranteed to benefit or cure, in every case, or the FREDHAUMANN. nit noKinwm IUIS lilt money refuuded. Medical acience stamps it "abR. L.WHITE. aaii.cn strength-restorer, solutely potent'' as a gJamSPond iiaumus J. L. HECK. and III PMICKVI T. C. HALL. CenlVm trh ADt. PETER I1ALMER. The worst Nasal Catarrh, no matter of how long nun uwnmiN IS PHILLIPS. standing la permanently cured by Dr. Sage's Ca. J. E. BKUCE. tarrh Remedy. UllUVjV This the result 01 self abuse in )Outbcr excess i ratsome of the and 01 regular turc years cllccts her cauiet producingblotches, de- beautiful song (words and music iuch si emittiout. following sheet music bizh) will bu mailed to any- bility, ncrvousne as, distinct, confusion of Ideas. to sccicl y, defective memory and sexual one enclosing 5c In stamps lo D. G. Ed- avers-olor omuie-- i exhaustion Passenger Agent, C. H. or narnai-e- , vthic h unnts tne victim by remedies wards. General ate perraaneatly cured tot injur! us. it D. R, R.. Cincinnati, Ohio. 1 tejimlnutes. m Saziiy's Qokrky to Ixgkrsoix. by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositor. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8jl, then tied aa the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j and the Kirtt National Hank ol gain Stanlord In iS3j. has had oractically an uninter- Vupted enstenceof y years. It Is better supplitd ow with lacuitles lor transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before n its long and honorable career. Account of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sollc-te- d. permatorrhea and trnpofncyaa Nasi'vili. ., Blood nncl Skin Diseases. cur-hun- dred m lMt POSTED. Dpop 1 "well-looking- ;" WA X LINLv .....!. r, flesh-builde- r. . .,.rl,i,ij,tfi "Sit... Ira " li. .., Inii , ittiimmimii .JfL'. iSsmM ' nii'i i iVi'ili i'l "inewntia) mmmmm , - - ! " If -g--'mia fl' - 'V "nPrff 'nrt Interior Journal , Semi-Week- ly I. Try Cottolene, you will like it. Kinney Bros. Mc- - B . Robertson & Stanford, Ky, Novemiier E. C. Meat cutters, butcher knives, black 1893 and Cheyenne pepper at McKinney Bros. Fop Kent on Sale. Two cottages, both on Main Street. Apply to Miss Liccio Bcaziey, Stanford, Ky. NEW TIN SHOP. Waters & Hackney Havcoqcnedin the Dr. I locker Store-room o 1 1 I.I Walton, MEANS Business Manager BUSINESS. on Depot St. in Stanford. too., Juimi: J. W. AiconN has been sick for several days. Miss Bkllb Hi'Tt 111.N8O.V, of Lexing- c Wc arc now in the midst of the most successful Cloak season ton. is over on a visit d have had for many years. We propose to make U a success clear to Mns. Kit-ti- BuuNPiiiiclias heeen nil week by eickneE"?. to her room the end. Wc have cone through the stock and selected about 30 garments that for various reasons have not sold as Ji'ixiK G. W. MiCluru and Mr. Chnmpv. fine tailor made Mullins of Rockcastle, were hero yester-tlae DANVILLE, - - KY. Buy your school books nnd school supplies ol all kinds at A. II. Penny's. Watches, clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. It. Penny's. The largest stock ol Drue. Medicines, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at A.H.Penny's. Prescriptions a specialty. PERSONAL POINTS. Old FAnMEii Hopkins and his company will make fun for our people at Wal ton's Opera (louse, Thanksgiving night. & TIN, IRON AND SHINGLE ROOFING. 81 Watkiw Hacknky, of opening up a tin shop in the Hocker store-rooon Depot street and will keep a full lino of tinwaro besides doing I log roofing and other work. Seo ad. Hansford, colored, to took itentiary yesterday to Berve 10 years for alleged rape on a low down white prostitute, who lives and consorts with ne groes. Gutters, Spouting and Repairing also. Any article in the tinners' line Danville, aro made to order. A share ol your patronage is solicited. Both Work and Material Guaranteed. trough iron, coal buckets, shovels, pokers, fire sets, lard cans, stove pipes, &c. Our prices will be 20 per cent, lower than the lowSheriff Menkkbk and Tom Ferrell est. Terms Cash, Strictly Cash. Will tho pen- con-line- ' TiiHSuperior court has just affirmed a decision of the Lincoln circuit court, in the case of Dr. Geo. Mcltoberts admrvs well as others. The cheapest of them were 512.50. while many of P. F. Hays. Tho doctor has been, dead Is the word to express what wc are doing and the crowds that gather them were 16.50. These wc now offer Mrs. P. K Kemp, of Middlesboro, who moro than a score of years and Mr. Hays in our store from day to day looking for Bargains, which we always was MisA Fox Pennington, is visiting has been in Texas almost as long. carry. The people know the Misses Alcorn. We aro greatly obliged to tho ladies Wallack Withers has quit tho road and is for the first time in a long time for what they bavo dono for us in our departments. cloak and dress good enjoying a rest. ol Nashville, who Theso goods wo shall keep up until late Mns. J. A. Gkovdy, When they see them without publishing prices and they also know came up to boo Mrs. II. J. McKoborts, in tho season so that all can be accom modated with new goods at low prices. good goods when they sec them. We can not sing the praises of our returned homo Tuesday, Mas. Clijo Williams, postmaster at Hughes & Tato. Cloak Department too loud. Ladies' tailor made Cape Cloaks and Mt. Wrnnn, returned homo yesterday Jackets, Misses' and Children's Cloaks of every cut and weave, LaMits. CottKY Saundkii?, an experiencfrom a umt to Lancaster. We are attracting trade from adjoining couned and accomplished dress maker, who dies' Fur Capes, &c. Mn. ('. U. Oaldwkll, of Waynesburg, uses tho French tailor system, has loca- ties on these goods, because our line is perfect and prices the lowest. And remember that these arc not the only bargains. In infants' has i on a visit to his brother-in-lated at Mrs. Wm. Bice's on Lower Main Our second importation of Clothing is now in and goes rapidly. If embroidered long Cloaks we offer a drummer's sample line at less BertrNui Spruit, in Garrard county. street nnd asks the ladies to give hern (ino)ioK W. Tompkins, tho clever rep- share of their patronage, confident that you want an Overcoat or Winter Suit for yourself or family, come to than half price. Misses' Jackets and long Cloaks at very attractive us. Or if you want Winter Shoes we arc headquarters for good resentative of tho Courier Journal Job sho can give entire satisfaction. prices. New line of circular fur Capes $cj to S20. Our . goods at low prices. By all means remember our Dress Goods and Printing Co, was in town Wednesday. Wils How Aim's murderous career will Hosiery, our Gloves and Trimming Silks. ox. G. A. Lukev and his nine chilsoon bo euded. Tho Supremo Court of dren attended the marriage of his son, Wc arc headquarters for all the new things. And if you want a Miseouri has refused him n new trial nnd s. C. Lackey, at Harrodsburg WednesPatterns ho will be hanged Dec. 30. Had ho con- - pattern by which to cut a garment wc keep the standard. day. lined his killings to his own Kentucky the very best and latest. Mis.1 Sali.ik Be.stluy entertained a mountains ho would probably never number of her young frionda at her have been made to feel tho halter draw. homo on Kast Main street, Tuesday night. Old Farmer Hopkins, said to ho tho Mns. G. K. Muiii'iiY, of Greensburg, is greatest rural cooiedy ever written, will hero on business. Her husband is now be given at Walton's Opera House To attract attention to our unrivalled line of Ladies' Fine Shoes and under treatment in Louisville for nerv- Thanksgiving night by Frank S. David-Boto reduce stock we have put on sale 150 pnirs of our finest shoes in ousness. and a carefully selected company. hand-turnand welts at S3 per pair. These W. G Lackey was up from Elizabeth-tow- n Tho play is described as having just Bluchers and Buttons, to attend the marriage of bis broth enough comedy, tragedy, sentiment, and arc made by the finest shoemakers sell at $5, $4.75. S4.50 and er, S.'C. Lackey, nt Harrodsburg. Wed- surprise, sensation, singing, dancing, ex;n lasts, all sizes N Y. Thev come in B. L. D. and nesday. citement, laughter, tears, realism, meand shapes. These prices will continue until Thanksgiving day. AfThomas V. H comes, who has made chanism, sunlight, shadow, philosophy I know, to everybody, but my Oil Wagon was broken in shipping so Hot Springs his home for tho past six and wit to pleaso everyone. ter that day the prices will be as before. relayears, is visiting his old friends and ,W. F. McClahy, superintendent of had to disappoint you. But I will have a new one in a few days, and tives here. Blioola, is having printed for each dis- will be ready to fill that oil can with the Dn. S. G. Hockkk has returned from trict not nlready supplied an order con the cities, where ho purchased a full line forming to tho requirements of tho new ol Christmas goods, which ho will open school law, Sec. 78, which requires that in due season. o tch school-housin tho country shall Mtssits. G. Twos and 0. 11. Bram-a- e, ba supplied with certain school appara-ratuWait for the wagon. BoT Produce taken in exchange. Respect., of Covington, are visiting tluir He eays ho has no discretion in friend, Mr. E. Bremer, and are spending the matter, neither has tho trustee. It most of tho time hunting. is imperative. So much tho better for Wc have just opened two very specially cheap lines of wool dress Miss ViiifiiMA Jalkko.n's days of con- tho children, who are the real beneficiavalescence are darkened by tho nows of goods. The prices arc not over half their value. They arc ries of tho school fund. tho sudden death of an only aunt, nt C 16 BluirCity, Tenn., with whom sho mndo Mis8I.no. A dispatch from Paris says home. Homer Oldsou, manager of tho Paris 35c. 38 Mh. W.B. Ciovd, of Santicoy, Cal., WHter Co., has skipped the town on acGreen, Brown and s,s Flannels come in Navy lilac The i6Vi Dr in remitting for his paper says: "I count of numerous debts and other Garnet. T .. plaids arc the bright rich colorings ow so much in de- cannot get along without tho I.ntkkior troubles. The dispatch also states that I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly Jouknal, so send it on forever, unless tho Boston parties who own tho works renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs. mand. you are afraid you will have to go to havo sent a man to investigate matters. Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We are now thoroughly prepared slwol to collect the bill." Mr. Oldson married Miss Lena Williams, to wait on our friends Wc have a large stock of Spectacles. Mies Mabc.uiutk I.noels, tho beauti- of Hustonville, nnd on her account, as ful and fascinating comedienne, returned well ns that of her family, wo sincerely Fridav lrom an extended tour through hope there is a mistake somewhbro and Europe and joined her manager and that Mr. Oldson will turn up nil right. . company Ht Lexington. She will Their variety is so great that I lave had all the life cut out of them. '21 Took Him Is. Constable T. J. Bene- as the Btar in the hero Dec. Best of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. AH of which dictarrested General Griffin, Wednes- we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. they are difficult to advertise. Wc will sell for S9 dresses that were "Bright Idea Co." , . Mns. Mauy Miller and Mies Mattie day, on a chargo of peddling liquor withSi 8; for $7 dresses that were $12.50; for $4 dress patterns that were Do not Forget This 1. Wc arc always glad to see you. 2. No (Ksley left Wednesday for Nashville, out license and when ho searched him $8 to $9. If you can't come to see them send for samples giving us where they will visit Mrs. Will It. found that ho had a great big gun con- trouble to show goods. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for price and color wanted. an idea of n Bbort time and go to Orlando, cealed on his person. This put him in it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight. Mia. Miller's for another otlensu and tho old man not always on hand. Fin. for tho benellt of is probablo that they will bo lluding anybody willing to stand good health. It G. for his appearance at the trials, he was gone all the winter. W. L. Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. Mrs. J. M. Bkazlky will Rivo up tlio locked up. Ho hails from Pulaski and Tribblo Iloueo at Junction City, Jnn. 1, is said to do quite a trade in the liquor and was hero yesterday looking for n line. His eon was arrested for a liko at Dnnvillo last week. It is said house suitable for boarders. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Taylor, assisted by that Wm. Stui.sgeh, tho deputy LT. S. marMr. Embry Beazley, will probably run shal who arrested Ballou and Collins, tho Ileaequarters for- the Tribblo House. train wreckore, was down from Pittsburg Tuesday. He admitted that he lied liko CITY AND VICINITY. when tho mob of railroad a men wanted to hang his prisoners, but Dasks, tho people's Jeweler. he feels justified in doing so, since bo Wk will give 21 cents for eggs. W. II. saved tho lives of tho wretches and kept Of all kinds. The most complete line of the men from committing a crima for next Friday, Dec. 1st, wc will have an opening sale of Holiday Wenren & Co. On effort We make a special Nice cottage on Mill street for rent. which ho would have been compelled to gooi? , to which you arc cordially invited. have presented them to tho U. S. Everything new and al- J. II. Baugbman. to always have the newest ideas for gifts. grand jury. Mr. Stringer is a couraways sold out clean by Christmas. Wc will have cut glass of all Fat mackerel, cucumber nnd sweet geous officer and is doing good work, but mixed pickles at McKinney Bros. Ever in Stanford. Prices according to the times. wo nro mighty sorry ho didn't let tho styles and prices. Solid silver articles in endless variety. of Heinz's minco meats, mob havo the rascals since no adequate New stock preserves and bottled goods at McKin- legal punishment is provided for their GEORGE D. PREWITT. n. D. KING. crime. ney Bros. Unprecedented .1 Choice Eor 1.1 1 1 bf-r- 1 1 $3 Shoe Sale s 5-1 HUGHES & TATE. T '1 II n nnrhtnr Disappointment, DEUSS s GOOD S 36 lucli All Wool Flannels at Inch All Vool Plaids at 2-3- CHEAP I "I BEST OIL At THE LEAST MONEY J e s. ALBERT HOMMEL. lr ftSEW DRUQ STORE. FINE DRESS GOODS. Particular Attention Paid to Physicians' Prescriptions. np-ye- Ma-ni- er Christmas Opening. S. HOCEEE, M. D. W. H. WEAREN & CO. STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS m m HEATING : STOVES Hi m Bric-a-Br- ac, and seo that lino of beating Btovea at W. II. Wearen & Co.'a before buying. Come and seo that holiday bargains do exist and that wo give theai. Dauke, Novel tho Joweler. T either Goods, Books, in quantities, Silver and Gold Jewelry mm cheapest line of Dolls Go to Ziramer's for fruits, oysters, Umbrellas, Stationery, and the finest and tics you win dc wen paiu 11 you win come down. fancy groceries and tho beat meal in in Central Kentucky, town for a quarter. Glassware, Baskets, Call ofej A. B. Robertson & Bro., DANVILLE, KY. Mies Lizzie Slaymakeu will take or. dors for oil paintings, crayon or any dec4t orative art work for Xmas. Twenty shares of Somerset Banking Co. stock for sale. If not sold beforo court day will bo sold to tho highest bidder. J. S. Hughes. The new corporation law provides that every corporation doing bu&ineea in this State shall havo one or moro known places of basiuess nnd shall lllo with tho secretary of State a statement signed by its president or secretary, giving the location of its office or offices and the names of its agent or agents upon whom process of law may be served. The penalty for failure to do so is fixed at from $100 to $1,000 fine. Tho Lincoln Building and Savings Association of Stanford failed to comply with the law, as did 9U other institutions of the kind in tbo State, and tho attorney general has brought suits against them all in the Franklin circuit court ro recover the penalty. KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line oi Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we are marking down lower than ever. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you money. 9ST We are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. Corn Wanted. ZXXTG (ft FXUEWXTT. .. tjv BE3 v.K Tho finest train in America is concedthe Southwestern Limited via Six Uno Berkshiro boara for Bale. Mr. James Crouchcr now lias charge BIG FOUR ROUTE to New York and The Ltvcry firm ol Alton! A McAfee, McKIn-neJohn Murphy, McKinney. of tho county has dissolved and (lie accounts of the firm When Daby wo sick, no her Cnstorlt. Boston. are in Mr. '1 homas Walker s hands for collection. Published Evory Tuesday nnd Friday John Anderson eold to J. C. JohnJames uroucuer wiilio at work on This magnificent Wngner Train has When ulio was n Child, alio cried for Castorii. 11 you are In debt to the firm, plesie scllle with AT son, of Usyle, a yoko of oxen for $70. a building accidentally cut his left hiiu, as e arc anxious to get nur husmras cloud been built especially for service between When tho bivnme 311 alio clung to Cfistorbi. SJ2 3? IS II VJ2VTtIr ADVANCK r.KOKUK ALl'OKD, "P. TI10 Harrodsburg Sayings tells of a wrist with a hatchet, severing an artery, NTien alio and ChllJirn, alio gre thorn OutorU. W. M McAFKK, Cincinnati, New York and Boston, run. arVhen not o paid 32. BO will be charged." Me Kinney, Ky, bovt that gave birth to 22 pigs last from which he lost considerable blood ning through solid to these cities with week. beforo getting its ilow stopped. out chango of cars. Composed of EleTwo tobacco houses at Clarksville .Mr. U. r. .Martin, oi Kowlaml, was K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Term., burned, with '237 hogsheads of the here Sunday. Deputy Collector Thomas gant Coaches, WHgner Sleeping Cars, Uuoklln'B Arnica. Salvo. and Cafe Car, aud Hotel Dining The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruise n weed. Austin was here Tuesday. Prof. Train itavos Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapI'ereani at 5:10 p. m. Jerry Briscoe bought of V. A. Burhas moved to the Cox property Car it has becomo famous Comploto in ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crun llrown, having claims agsinttlhe tite of C, tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir- dec d, will present them propierly proven tho ton, of Garrard, 13 old mules, aud Mrs. McPherou will occupy the all of its appointment it is b. 1, i8a4 and thme who owe It L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. cu. 11 is guaranteed 10 Kiv. pcucci saiisiaciioq by mil come "king of thu road." or money refunded l'rico S cents per boa forward and settle at once. 11 mare,nt $75. house ho vacated. t . Mail train going North J. T. 1IROWN Admr ..ts 7 pm leaves Cincinnati at G.00 p. m. daily Kor sale by A K. I'ennv, Stanlord, Kv. It But two members of last year's 2:10 A message from Frankfort announc" " South I'leasant Point, Ky ujpm from Central Union Station, making conExpress train " South 1151pm list reduced their mark this year. They es tho escape of Albert Berry, alias Par. m a ns THE OLD North 31 Local Freight North .936 am are Mix 2.07J and Nelson 2:00. ker, tho negro who murdered the ped nections with all through trains from tho I South- -. .,..ao7pm Directum, the trotting king, defeat- dler tiero in beptein'jer and was sent up South and lands passengers in Now York The latter train alto carry paiiengers. The above it calculated on standard time Solar ed Alix in straight heats, winning the for life. This negro is ono of tho Coal City at Grand Central Station, avoiding Allpersent Indebted to the estate of Miss Kate SAM II WARNACK, Tror. isae. it about 10 minutes faster. hat heat in 2:0S by 25 lengths. Creek convicts. He has an uncle at ferry transfer. When you go East take n.V..1.T.i,,:V',,c,,,,1o,,rbr0'' Decemberpre- , u this train. - - KENTUCKY. sent them proper hViae cUln, her will Thompson Bros., bought of various Piueville, with whom he onco lived nnd QUEEN.& CRESCENT ROUTE. y verlhcd for payment to D. B. Martin, General Passenger and London, M th. MMHtMa undersigned by that time W. M OVt Ul't,, parties a lot of stock hogs at 5 to 5Jc and may likely turn up there. ypre. Refitted and refurnished and in every Ticket Agent. pas Junction City as follows: 1 Trains Admr. mi to attend E. O. MoCormiok, Passenger Traffic paredreasonable. tho wants of the Cm Mi c Rates Henry Langford was shot in the C?CA..ftk.l.M..H.l V tmlt.1 very VlknU uiiiiiivu. it.50 18 head extra good butcher stufl at 2jc. 51 'ijuuiiruuuuu "HUi viuuuiv Manager. a. m.; no. 3 , Chicago i.imiteu, 3.3c a. m.; mo. 5., R. B. & E. P. Woods sold to Col. J. arm, Tuesday night, whiio approaching I New Orleans Express, ta 2; a. m ; No. 7., Local, si.ta p. m.; No. 9 , Blue Grata Votibule, 8.40 p. W. S. Ridley, of Columbia, Tenn., SO the house of James Singleton whilo in Are your children sublect toeroun If aa. vn.i M. should never be without n bottle of Chamberlain's North bound. No. a, s'estibule Limited, 6.48 fancy yearling mules, 2S of them mares, company with Frank King, deputy jail vough KemeUy. it is a certain cure for iroun. lll.1.linTl,, dJoIn'"if- - Vr ne.r Kings-- a Miss p. ra.; No 4., Fast Mail, 3.51 p. m ; .No. 6 , Uhlga- - at 1110. Havin? er, wao nail a warrant lor bingleton s and hat new r been known to fall. It riven freelv len from secured the services olfor thisMattie Al a. m , ao. 8., L.ocai, 1.55 a. in.; as Trimmer seaswi, Limited, .7 'LV.i' "eor,r.9' "res, the other no acres. it Joe Wright bought of various par- arrest, charged with having shot a horse as soon as incItcroupy cougn appear withwill prevent cordially Cincinnati ladies to inspect a cirtfullr ............ .,..,TPUwUn goou residence, bsrns, o. to, iuo orassapociai, 0 a m. lot It the the attack. is t.e solo reliance thousands ' nJ .,c" ,n'm of mothers who hatecroupy children, and never selected stock ol Milllnerr at prices to suit the . 1. a.ooo yount tearmir ties in tho West End 150 stock hogs at belonging to Langford, which had bro diappomttttie-- i Therols no danger In giving this times. 1 he Misses Webster, of Indianapolis, have Vim'' ace gi P'ch. and Infirmlil.. ,. .... 4 to 51c. He has also bought about ken luio a corn num. rung eecureu as- Remedy in targe and fie.jue nt doses, at it contains charge of the Dress Making Department and ate larm iui "'. ..v.b tl. warn ing 10 sell All unincumbered now ready to serve the ladle nothing injurious cent bottles 200 barrels of corn at S2. sistance and arrested Singleton aud his For sale by W 11. 50 MISSLICCIE1IEAZLF.V. D M CRKIGinON, Mckoberts, Druggist, StanStanford, Ky. ford, Kfngsvllle, Ky. Mr. J. E. Bruce has dehorned over brother and lodged them here in jail. 500 cattlo this fall and has engagements The beat planter Dampen a Dlecr ol nannel JOHN B. DoNARDI, Danville. The Centre College foot- with Chamberlain' I'nin Halm and bind it over toe for several weeks ahead. lie is said to D. S. seat ol pain. It is better than any p alter ball team will play an eleven from Miami the lungs aro sore such an application on the when bo an expert in this line. Carriage Painter and Trimmer, chest known old stand ol J. H. Green, In on shoulder between It is undoubtedly profitable to keep University, Oxford, O., on Saturday af and another olten the back, pneuit onlathe There is At the well. blades, v. til prevent Allkindtof vehicle painted trimmed and Mrs. Laura B. Walton, nothing so good tor a lame back or a pain in the Hustonvilto, - - Kentucky, CrC.a cow. A census renort states that the ternoon rlc Plain and side. A c jreJ in throat can guaranteed In both workman-hiwife of Rev. J. M. Walton, of Greens-burg- , one n i;htsore applying a nrarly always be dampen, Would be glad to sec his numerous friends and average yield of milk per cow for the by llanncl bandage and price Shop on main street, over Wm.p show them I11 stock of goods consisting of l'urni-lurDaughtrty'. blacksmith shop, SlanforJ, Ky died Sunday afternoon after a long ed with Pain Halm. whole United States in 1S90 was 2.0S2 Saddlery, Hardware. Huggles and Karming 50c bottles for sale by V. II McRoberts, A illness. Besides the sorrowing husband k a call Implements. Give him btanlord. pounds, or 1,202 quarts. Mrs. Walton M. F. Llkin bought of Murrell, John two little girls aro left. Electric Dlttora. ..STANFORD.., Absolutely Pepples, John Riney and others a lot of was formorly Miss Bonta, of this place, This remedy is becoming so v. ell known and so J LI.LICO, TENNESSEE, fit hogs ntoc; of J. T. O'Uair a lot of and was married while her husband was fiopular as to need no special mention All who SALE song Hitters STABLE, butcher stuff at 2c; also a lot of George a student in tho Theological Seminary praise A Klectncmedicine sing the same and It of LI":?," FEED AND purer does not exist It Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. A cream of tarter baking pow- Carter at same price. here. She was a lovable young woman Suaranteedtodo all that IS claimed. Klcctric all diseases of the Liver and At John Mjaefce's new brick on Depot sticet, by der. Higest of all in leavening will remove Pimples, Hails, Salt llheum and Ifao Georgetown Times reports 300 of unusual personal beauty and of finr other affections caused by impure blood; .TiVi. !lh0,j' ,n.,ht eU' n,J tn" "nly o wi ith strength. Latest United States cattlo on tho market and prices ranging character Woods Bros, sold to Far- - drive malaria from the system and prevent will XV. RAMSEY, as Kspecia f ,K.' traveling public J.ruo"r Iteiition well as cure all malarial fevers Kor cure el Government rood Report. Kates Jj. from 2J to 3 aud 3, one bunch of 1,200- - ris & Sandidge, Monday, n bunch of Constipation and Indigestion, try Klectrlc Who will stall times be gld to accommodate all yearlings at $19 per head. They also Hitters. Kntirc satisfaction guaranteed or money with good rig at reasonable rates. My'Huswill 00., lbs. weight bringing the latter figures. bought of Jerry Sandidge Price 50c S nine head of reiunded. drug store. and per bottle at A. R. meet all K. C. train. mules sold at SS5 to $90. 100 Wall St., Now York. Penny' THE P. MILLINERY. yearlings at $17 Mr. Cogar is now FARM One pair brought 1200. SPLENDID A Jot of good It Should Bo tn Every Houao Bheep were offered and withdrawn at working 1G bauds in his hemp handling J. II. Wilson, 171 Clay street, Sharpsburg, Pa Call at the pcatsUCce room and see the establishment hero. Danville should says he will not bo without Dr. King's New I)l ?2 75. SURGEON DENTIST. covery for Contumption, Coughs and Colds, tha I will sell privately have a big hemp factory, manufacturing II cured M wile who wsi threatened with pneus OEcaover McRobert Drug; Store Jn.;tho new and Boat Soloctod Two young women of Lincoln, Neb. all sorts of twine and bagging. Advo monia attcran attack 01 l.a lirlppc when varlou Owsley Building. other remedies and several physician bad done My Splendid Farm of lOOJAcres, Stock took a course in optica in Chicago two cate. Stanford. her uo good Hubert Harber, of Cooksport, Pa, Of Millinery In town, The goods and claim that Dr King's New Discos ery has done Mtuated 14 mile South of Stanford. This farm bound years ago, and have since built up, unprices arc to pleas you. plenty of for It a cultivation slate 10 The Scientific American gives this him more good than anything he ever used 1 rce theinbesthigh water of All in gratt and has acres, lias aided and entirely on their own responMRS. P T COURTS. Lung Trouble Nothing like it 1 ry it ol but 40 at sibility, a large and profitable trade as method of treating cider to presorve its trial bottles and A. R. Penny's drug store. Large the very best of improvements cHanlerd, Ky bottles 50c w. V. HAYS, Ji. sweetness. When the saccharine matters m opticians in Bloomington, Ind. T will open on January :4th, 1893. a Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol Mr W. M. Terry, the drug busH. MILLER. J. H. SOWDF.R. The purchases of silver during the by fermentation are being converted in- iness at Klkton, Ky who has beeti in twelve years, , for the past Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Rowto alcohol, if a bent tube bo inserted air says "inamberlaiu s touch Kemeuy civet bet land at the following prices, delivered: operations of the Sherman act aggregat-o- J t ter NICHOLASVILLE, Jessamine County, Ky., MILLER & SOWDER, tight into the bung, with the other end ever satisfaction thanis any other cough medicineNo Fresh Milk, per gallon so cents IOS.074,590 ounces, for which sold." There a good reason tor tuis . Skimmed Milk, pir gallon so cer10 cents is was paid. Tho decrease in value in a pail of water, to allow tho carbonic othera will cure a cold so iutckly;noother other aftain preventive and cure for croup; no 8 cent Butter Milk, per gallon...... ESTATE of the bullion at the preseut price of sil-- 1 acid gas evolved to pass oil without ad- fords so much relief in cases of whooping cough AGIST, I will make two trips dally. The patronage oi the For sale by V U Mcltoberts, DiUKglsts, ver, represents loss of about f 3S,000,000. mitting any air into the barrel, a beverpublic is solicited. ,.( Kv. a. rttv l. Stanford, Ky Room 5, Farmer Kschange Hank yr, a Ex- - Ministor Stevens displays, in an age will be obtained that is fit nectar for Doalors and Brokers, the gods. A handy way is to fill your unusual degree, Yankee thirft by beginning a tour with a lecture on Hawaii cask nearly up to the wooden faucet, WALLACE VARNON, STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY Stock, Grain, Market and Tobac co x arras in tno Blue-Gras- s while the subject is one of general inter- - when the cask is rolled 60 the bung is Is a candidate for the office of CounF. B. miiEY.JProprletor, Office Interior Journal Iluilding. ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic partest. His first lecture, a plea for annexa- down. Get a common rubber tube and AWayi fer sale. Alw Timber Lands in the moun- London, - -- - Kentucky. tion, was delivered last evening at Sotn- - slip it over the end of the plug in the ySALE. " tains lor sale. Correspondents solicited. I have moved to my new Hotel)and am better erville, Mass. end in the pail. faucet, wfth the other XV. G I YENS prepared than ever to accommodate the public American women are yearly growing Then turn the plug so the cider can have Good Livery attached and every convenience la a Candidate tor County Judge of Lincoln, subi Fine lltue Grass Farm ol jjjK acres on pike Give me a call. more independent. The statistics show communication with the pail. After the ject to the action ol the Democracy. and finely impr.vcu. FRANK RILKY. 77 that over 3,000,030 women are earning water ceases to bubble, bottle or store i. Farm of too acies, finely Improved. Offered at low prict. independent income in this conntry. away. O. H. .ANFORD, KY., There are some 2,500 practicing medicine, . Fine Illue Grass Farm, of 105 screr, In high Bob Burdettesays that tho good things Is a candidate for falter, sublect to the action of itate oi cultivation, well Improved ; olfeicd low the Democratic party He would appreciate your FIRE AND STORM 6,000 managing postoflices, 275 preaching in the world are always tho cheapest. tute acres, near R. R. statien. Good 5 Farm of the gospel, and in Now York City alone Spring water costs less blue grass land; will sell cbcp. than whisky; a 27,000 of them supporting their husThis Hotel, renovated and JOHN IYI. JOHNSON box of cigars will buy two or three Bi Representing 7. Illue Grass farm ol 13s acres, on pile, two in my bands. charce and from btanloid; good bles; a State election costs more than a Is a Candi ate for Astettnrof Lincoln county ratios and on easy terms. llluc.grass land; low 01 only maintain Imi.n.lin its high reputation, but to add price subject 10 the actlor.ol the Democratic party. to its long list ol frund.. '"Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; iccouimoda- revival of religion; you can sleep in 8 to 11 Town lots in Stanford In aroat; to suit and fin. rooms for 1..J1 ri eom,'"e'' dlspluy samples, Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; church every Sabbath morning for nothA THANKSGIVING TURKEY. purchasers. A. GIVENS ing, but a nap in n Pullman car coats you Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; e 'AIFIrst-Clas- s lent acre fine farm vit 17 Saloon Hero Is Your Tlmnkcisliiff Turkey, and t2 every time; tho circus tnkes 50 cents, Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- mill, dwelling and other Improvements, esepike, on ject to the action of the Democratic party. Co. of North America. Aad MILLIARD and i'OOL ROOMS attached miles from btaulsrd. Ins. Ho It a llo.iuty. 4 Large blue grass iarm, capable ol ditition JOSKI'H COFt-KCompanies. I would .All of which are Turkeys for Thanksgiving should be tne meater 51, out me missionary uox Desirable In every parttvu into smaller farm be pleased to wait o limy friends in this line. Pol. pushed on rapidly in OINXv the fattening now, is grateful for a penny; the horse race l4r. Offered low and on tcry easy terms promptly issued, will insure against tornaicies so that they may look liko thu Liir fol- - bcoops in ?2,000 the first day, whilo the does, wind storms aud lightning. Lightning Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the actwn if frame building; well tinlth-i- d Fall3 Branch Jellico 36. Good Coal Co., without additional charge low in tho picture. Every turkev that church bazaar lasts) eeks, workstwenty-fiv- the democratic party on Main street, in Kastern part of Staufotid, Office at First National Ilank, Stanford. Miners and shippers of the GKNUiNK Will ssll at a bargain is worth fattening nt nil can bo brought or thirty of the best women in Ami r 5 feet front. Juo back. Into ns good condition ns this prize win- ica nearly to death, and comes out $0 in FarV G. X. 17 Small farm of 19 acres on Hanging ner if tho blood is good. Scrub turkey debt. Will eichatiKe for siual twuse and lai or sell at to the action of low price on easy terms Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject blood is ns unsatisfactory ns scrub horse Wfei,f " ,,,n MU a,!.rnt Sun'ord .'and Democracy, corner ol Depot Street and rail- When your shoes wqtieak go to a shoo the or cow blood. Our illustration shows n Small farm ol So acres. mites rum Stanfcrd Kewland. Having purchased the we?lllinpreveil, at a bargain. ' bronze turkey. At tho poultry show in maker nnd have him nut a peg in the'I b IIIGOINS A WATTS. M. New York last spring, nnd nt bevcral of middle of the sole aud there will be no 31. Farm of 60 arres on Hanging Fork, near : Fine lllue grassland, tho fairs this autumn, bronzes quite us more l.,.l ,rnl,.,niirino SULICCI to me acuon Turnrrsville Annllmr Is Uinilloate lor tor froats on pike, with good improvements and nice Of J. W. Ramsev, lam Increasing the stock as largo ns young calves Wero isnown. thing, when you buy a pair of new shoes of the democracy. young orchard, l'rico low. ( st as, possible and will soon have it Tho magnificent bronzo is a cross beHotel, store house and cottage, nicely and 3 and they hurt you put water in them Kv. - tween tho American wild turkey 'and conveniently located, near deput In McKINNKV, KV. Par- tuo old tnsmoncu and let it remain for a minute, and thenjj Nine rosrns in dwelling, four nnmi in collate black turkey. ubjectilotne action More house of 3 rroms All new buildings. Also is a Candidate for Astetsor, I have bought above if your slioea nurn or of the Democratic party. Every person who works for his liv- pour it out. and mentioned! Hotel at Mcgood barn Lot o a joo feet Fine location for Kinney and have attached a Call at my store on Lancaster street nnd I will ing deserves n couplo of generous Blices hurt after that you can say this is wrong. store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an t on easy term. make it to your interest to trade with me. of just such a bird nsthis for his Thanks- The water takes all tho natural heat out First-Cla- ss Bar and Pool Room. giving dinner. Farm people can havo of the leather and makes the shoes comE. D. W. C. HUTCHINCS. I ,he am,b:Mr,har:deva,nrd:,e'UrUhhea j it easily, for they can rear their own fortable. to the oifico of AsIs a candidate for birds. They can also sell some of the sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the A. G. Lanham John U. Cestlcman. At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile West Prepared to Accommodate tho Toubibt'b Hates. Bound trip ticket democratic party. of Kingsville, Lincoln county. We have as fine a 1&& Public. to Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Florida and stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, ready for transplanting nto orchard and garden Georgia points, Asheville, X. O., New Special attention to Commercial Men. this Kail Orchard of Apples and I'eachcs will rme Livery aud Feed .Stable attached. be assorted to suit customer st $10 per hundred Orleans, La., Mexico City, Havana, etc, Is acsnd'date for jailer, subjectto theJiaction of The g the democracy. tries are nice, the varieties the best, GUECN- - Proprietor. will be placed on Bale by the Queen & JESS ROUT, ManYgeV." needed to make home attractive and the children happy will be found here For circulars Crescent Route on and alter rsov. 1st, at address J. A. MiKKK Si CO., Ky. BAILEY, Kitigswlle, 64 ereatly reduced rates. 'rhe Q. & C. is Is cindidate for jail.r, subject noted as running solid vestibuled trains thea old JelTersonlan democracy. to thcaction 2of ZZZ to Florida and New Orleans. Direct line "My mother, Mrs. Kate to the Southern Touiist Resorts. Finest W"h ,.Unr.nrVd,iXacinCga'e B. trains in the South. Ask your agent MANAGERS,: Full stocks of fruit and ornamental trees, grape for tickets over the Queen & Crescent; I a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of ALL OF THE NOVELTIES vines, asparagus, small fruits, shrubs, and every. Commerce Building, Louisville he will quote you rates or you can ad- the Democracy. thing usually found in a nursery c.tabllshinrnt. Of the season, of which she will have lull control" We Mil direct to the planter and have no agents. Agents throughout the South. dress W. O. Binearson, G. P. A.,Cin Semi-Weekly Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ed to be NOTICE. y, poor-hous- 4t Li-bra- ITOTICBI Dick-erso- two-yea- r to-da- y 1 M-i- 11 JACKSOXT HOUSE, NOTICE ' Klt 7J-- 4 a a T -- TO THE LADIES. FOR S AXE n 1 M-- Km Bakincr Jrowaer o CARPENTER, ","'" r. e. Drug-gl- t, 47-6- Pure Tho Florono " Hotl, ij-o- Kid-ne- s, Head-aih- e, J. Pro'r., royal:bakingipowder Two-year-o- 1 ld HHip a. s. price:. 0: For Sale Cheap Privately. Largost m -4- 7-tl First-CIa- st mm m J. T. FARRA, I II 1 S155,-930,9- 40 -1 j iu, n-ford, REAL -:- ESTATE mi W THE RILEY HOUSE E. x. JAMES PROPERTY FOR 5'-t- J. BAUGHMAN, N P. HUFFMAN THE GOFFEY HOUSE INSURANCE AGENT ii JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. J. ,r'' ,.i .':"'.. Ninety-thre- 1 first-cla- ss tl FARMER DEIIORD 4 d e two-sto- ry COME to SEE ME. Business I Original Jellico Coal. I '' Grocery F. ELKIN, AS-t- Commercial Complete,! Every ticular. JN0.5IIRIGIIT Hotel, KENNEDY, Fruit Trees For Sale ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. w. l.;da wson, Insurance hvery-thin- Company JOHN New Millinery. .mm, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN Orchard, Lawn Garden. JOHN MERSHON " &&& cin-nati.- subject Io the Taction ci Is cindidate I. Will Schute is tha name of nn Ore- thea dciuociacy. lor allcr, g. STANFORD, KV. gon man just arrested for Had Mr. Schute stolen a pistol, he HAMPTON, wouldn't nave eo uisitraceu ins name. MAItV DAVIS DUDDERAR. TIIANKSOIVINa TDRKEY. However, he will dountlnsslbe acquitted Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action 01 birds they rear to unfortunate city people who cannot raise any for themsolves, on the grounds that his mishap occurred the demociacy. JAMES VEAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. and thus everybody will bo happy. while his witB were OWENS, SAM YEAGER By tho middle or latter part of Octo- Glasgow Times. YEAGER, ber tho fattening of turkeys for Thnnks-givin- g Is a candidate fo Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub. nmsry. ject to the action id the market may begin. This is suffiDr. E. C. West' NMfA nri drain Treatment John Phillip Sousa says there is a good 'ta sold under positive written guarantee, by author. cient time if the birds nro nlready in siasu( i in music, and adds hat deal of hypocrisy sieu agent oniy, io cure weak jiemorr; ioss-oD. JSrnin and Nerve I'owcr; Lot Manhood; gulrknes; good condition. Feed them nil they will "wearing long hair, goggles and an air of Ii'luat Looses; LMI Drimui; Lack of Confidence; BTANFORD, E.Y. Nervousness; Lusultude; nil Drnlns; Loss of Power eat. One peculiarity of turkeys is that smelling of Dutch I a candidate for Sheriff of I.inco'n courtv. tub 4jI tho Generative Organs In either caused by they seem to do better on cooked grains mystery, and always ject to the action of the democratic primary. in, Opera Hous m!:areJnourl?iewublein Youthful J.rror, or Kxcelve Use of well supplied v. llh chees does not by any means indicate fnbacco. Opium or Ll'iuor. which eoon lead to nnd food than on raw. Tho best fattenMiser, Consumption, li'rnnityeud Death. Uyioall, ing food is cornmenl nnd oatmeal scalded musical genius." 1 a box; tl for fs: v. Itli written srunrantee to cure or m refund money. WLSiTSfoi OUHYHUP. A certain in sweet milk. This diet may bo varied AT Croup, tiro for Coughs. ColcH, MUniu, llroncuttl, to take. with boiled roots nnd nnv kind of What is better than God, worse than Vhooplng Cough, boraronl. i'leasant It a Candidate fer Jailer of Lincoln county and Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Havo b( en purchased and nothln? 'bur nr,,-IUraall size dlxiiifiijuwl; oi .vie. afze, nuwiic.; old cooked grains. i Turkeys nro nlso ex- the devil, the dead live on, aud the liv- ask his friends unt 10 commit themselves to any " urnjuts wil leave tho itabli. aitUo.uowWc. OUAHAMUbeuedoUyby oue else, as he is forced to stay at home and work travagantly fond of boiled milk, curds ing would die if they lived on? lhere are thrte ol the best Darbers in the Slate His candidacy is subject to the action ol the DemThere are also excellent tilth Rooms run in con and buttermilk. Give ocratic parly. A . R. PENNY, Ans. Nothing qection. Agent lor I bteamLaundry. r. sheep-stealin- W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, m mm . W. W. HAYS, Catalogue on application. 68-- 1 m 11, t. bhe also engaged a Dress-Make- llll.l.r'...'M J.l UK, Lexington, Ky Firt-Glas- s PETER &.LIFE' NEW fit Jj&t, nut wool-gatheri- iig n. & 1 T. NEWLAND, wmt mmm T. J. HATCHER sr's L ;new eigs and:horses - 1 I Stanford. txington them a Call. ft rsr . Wi-.- '. y.ljBB .v Jm aaXx-- 1. 'h, a. ia' kifi. ;, 1 ; V