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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893112801 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. gBi!WpfffWti Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. GRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1893. CHURCH NO. 78 AFFAIRS. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mr. James Milter, of Owonsboro, has been viBltlng George Loo James. of Louisville, is visMrn. Dr. iting Mrs. Margaret Stephenson. Mrs. Laura Mooro went to Danville this week lot a short amy. Mr. Lovi Campbell, of Middlosboro, was hero Saturday to seo friends. Saturday's miction has just about wound up tho sales of D. G. Slaughtor'e goods. Tilings liavo brought extra good prices and largo crowds have attended. Mr. John Buchanan is having tho brick from tho old corner hotel cleaned and packed and will havo tho debris soon cleared away, which has bo long to that part of town. been an Mr. James Gilkereon bus boon building a brick wall around his lot on Cemetery Hill and otherwise improving it. Tlio members of tho College aro to give an entertainment Thanksgiving night for tho purpose of raising funds for their library. A good many volumes havo already boon donated and our young people, feeling tho groat ben ellt this public library will bo, aro on. tering into this schumo earnestly and wo hopo a crowded housn will reward them for their energy. Quito an inter eating programme lias been gotten up and it will make you forgot tho hard times to conn and listen to them. eye-sor- e pro-parin- Hogs for homo use nro polling at 5c. Kids. Martin Owens und Williams, A Boston widow has just obtained a Kgga aro scarce nt 25c. Mutter is worth of Indiana, are holding n revival at Mt. verdict for S10.000 against a rich widow-Moriti25c per lb. er. That kind of balm ought to cure a Tho Thcnktgivlng sermon will bo Tho Thanksgiving service at Goshen broken heart very swiftly, preached by tho Dr. Wnlkor at tho Meth- will be conducted by Klder Joe Sever- girl of Mason county A 10 year-olodist church nt 11 a. m. mice and myself at U o'clock a. m. All slid down a rough plank held up to her Misses Mnry Annio Wilmoro nnd nro invited to attend. J. G. Livingston. window by hor ancient lover, who con- Mary Welsh, of Xicholaaville, aro tho Rev. I. S. MuKlroy, of Lexington, I fesseH to 07, nnd eloped with him to Cov guests c( Mrs. J. E. Stormes. has gone to Tampa. Fla., where the First) ngton. A crowd of young folks '"atomied" Presbyterian Church has called him, to Mr. P. J. Johnson, 75 years of age, Mr. John Farra nnd his charming sister, look over tho field before accent! mr. died in Honkinavillo. Sho had bren Miss Ada, Thursday evening nnd wero Paris Kentuckian. married six times, but only had five Tlio Presbyterian Seminary of Louis-vill- husbands. She was divorced from one, royally entertained. h. d Walton's Opera House. .Reserved Seats ITow on Sale. We invite the public to come at once and purchase from the BEST & NEWLST STOCK OF DRUGS. Toilet Requisites, Fine Stationery, Books, Window Gass, g In Memory of Mrs. H.J. McRoberts. On tho morning of Nov. 23d, as the gloom of night was passing away, bo-fothe dawn of tho coming day, ono of re tho gentlest, purest spirits that has ever dwelt in our tablet, passed from tho dnrknecs of sin and death of this world into tho homo of which it is said, "There is no night there." For her tho "Sun of Righteousness" lias forever driven away all tho gloom and in the choir of tho tipper temple sh Is now adoring in higher notes, Him whom sho ho loved to pralno in His earthly temple. To Mrs. Abo VAnArsdalo McRoberta death was all gain. For years sho had lived M "Seeing Him who is invisible" and when tho summons camo to her it was simply exchanging faith for flight. Sho was a model woman in every relation of life; as a friend sho was sincere,1 tender, unchangable; us a wife helpful, loving, true; as a christian, earnest, zealous, consecrated; even when tho dark shadows of death were settling upon hi r, in the thoughtfulness for others that characterized her life, sho spent her laft momenta in giving loving commission!! to be discharged when shu would bo at rest. To friends, husband and church sho has left a void which God nlone can fill. In her last days sho often complained of wearineua and when a friond recited "Safo in tho anna of Jsus," her response was "Yes, yes, yea !" and like a weary child fell asleep upon Jlifl breast. Tho Htriko of tho Lehigh Valley railway was not caused by any question of wages, of hours or other terms of Tho only "grievance" which is a technical word in tho vocabulary of strike inoyuments presonted bv the strikers is that tho otllcers of tho railway corporation refuse to deal with its employes in tho aggregate capacity as a labor union or rather a federation of labor unions tho sopnrato unions of tho various clacpea of employes having formed such an organization. As the strike was solely on sentimental gronuda it proved it failure, as the olliccra of tho road yesterday notified connecting lines that it was running its trains on time with now men. An exchange says a young ledy asks how to mako "not enough" out of tho word "enough." That is easy ami old. It is done by transposing the letters and arranging them in two words. Take tho third, second and first letters of tho word "enough" for tho first word and the sixth, fourth and fifth letters for tho eecotul word, and you hnvo something that is not enough for any young lady. Tho grand jury adjourned Saturday afternoon after finding 12 indictments. Thin shows that Garrard is tho most peaceable county in tlio State -- Col. I). It Collier, of Louisville, was hero last week. Ho recontly sold his residence on Lexington street to Mr. H. II. MatHon, but has bought it back and will move his family here. Mr. 0. T. Wnllnco is maiclng a new survoyof tho town. Tho trustees are having this done to determine more ful ly who aro liable for town tBxes, and they aro going to mako everybody in tho limit pony up. During a "festiblo" at tho colored Methodist church Friday night tho bull ding was discovered to bo on flro and such a stampedo of coous was never heard of before. Tho flames woro oxtln- guished without much trouble. Saturday night about 12 o'clock some ono went to the residence of Mr. P. V. Spencer, on Lexington street, and fired two shot into tho wiudow, the bullets striking the head of his bed. Mr. Spencer has no idea who tho tlend is, but if ho is caught will receive tho rough handling ho so richly deserves. Tlio indications aro that tho Masonic entertainment and supper to bo given at tho Wednesday evening will bo a success in every way. Tho proceeds will bo used towards securing a hall or lodge room for tho local lodge. Tho band will bo on hand and there will bo reciUtionn, vocal music, kc. Admission, including a good supper, 60 cents. Mr. John L. Anderson Iiuh received iio'.iilcation of his appointment to a $1)00 clerkship in tho patent ollico at Washington. Tho appointment comes under the civil service laws and ho is solid until some ono prefers charges against him and of course there is no danger of tliHt. Mr. Anderson has a host of friends hero who arc glad to hear of his appointment but regret to fife him leave. court-house has adopted tho Baptist Suminary plan of devoting ono day in each month to tho consideration of mission work and abroad. Mrs. Lena Weed, of Indianapolis, a Christian Scientist, who believed that tho Lord would provide her food while she remained nt homo in idleness, lias just starved to death. The Southern Methodist Church Extension Board last year helped 131 churches with gifts aggregating jSo.270.-10- . This was 11 churches and S1.S00 less than tho previous year. Memorial services in honor of Rev. R. H. Caldwell will be held at Walnut Flat church tho third Sunday in Decem ber at 11 o'clock. Dr. Lapsley McKee. oi Danville, will preach. .Mitsoiary ueeu, oi Cincinnati, a nurse among tho lepers of India, has contracted the disease herself. Her last letter horn, instead of lamenting that fact, asks that 50 of her Binall salary bo withhold ami given to the flood autlorers of the South. A congregational meeting will be held at the Presbyterian church next Sunday to decide ubout a pastor for the ensuing year and it Is earnestly hoped by a large majority of the church members and all of the outsiders that Hev. W. A. Slaymaker will bo induced to but afterward married him again. In India there are more married Call and secure best prices. women, in proportion to the population, than in any other country. Of women between 15 and 40 years of ngo 84 per cent, are married. In Europe, with ttife Pharmacist, Stanford, Ky. exception of Hungary, tho percentago is only 40. A dispatch says George Marler, who was given a life sentence for killing Mrs Boiling, in Boll county, was married tho night before he was taken to Frankfort. Tho marriage took place in the Pine-vilJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M.t President. jail and the bride remained with him until ho left. Miss Helen Gould and her millions Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, Superior course in continue to be n fruitful theme for re- An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on porters. It is now said she is not to marry tho actor, Woo Iruff, at all, but L. S. Thorne, third vice presiuent of the Texas Pacific railroad, with headquar ters at Dallas. It Is said that he was her father's selection and that fact giver odor to the improbability of the report Girls rarely marry the men selected for Hunting Goods, Pipes, Cigars and Tobacco. W, Bo MoMOBIEMTSo Stanford Female College. Fall Session Tuesday, September 5th 1893. Literature, Music application. le NO BLUFF. yji i them. The Kbmkdy koh Lynching. Lynch In order to reduce our stock by Jan. 1, law will end in the South just as Boon Wc mean what we say. and no sooner than au intelligent public 1894, wc have made some prices which are so sentiment in aroused against it. So long as the doctrino of justification is preach ed bo long as it is claimed and admit ted that lynching is tho only proper pun isume nt for the crime it occasion!?, just bo long every rapist aud murderer will he strung up to the nearest tree. What is plain to every one. Dress patterns at greatly reduced priis tho remedy? feimply this: Let it he That it understood that the authorities will fol ces. Prices on some Cloaks cut half in two and all others at less than low up every case ol lynching aud will manufacturer's prices. Splendid line children's long Cloaks at very disgrace punish every lyncher. It is and a shame to the fair name of the Southern State that no instance can he it v cited wherein tho lynchers have been m Rigid entoreemeut of the punished. law iu one case only would have au ef- Hats and all heavy boots at Prime Cost. Gents' and Ladies Under-anfect that would be felt throughout the la- wear at less than you bny them elsewhere. See our gents' whole couutry. But so long as lynchers Many other goods at prices much less than ycu go unpunished, just so long will the dies' vests at 25c South he made to sutler the stigma of have been buying them. lawlessness, and every interest shares the burden. Can wo expect that capital will come, that intelligent settlers will come into a region where mob law rules That what we have told you is true. A call will certainly convince in any respect? Chattanooga Times. FAR BELOW our COMPETITORS The Janio Wash Institute, nt Mid-dlebur- g, in Memory or Rev. R. H Caldwell. our regular place of worship this Nov. ID, 1SSK5, and seeing our pulpit draped in mourning and the aro forcibly reminded death Iias entered and removed our beloved pantor, Ilsv. It. 11. Caldwoil, who had so faithfully served us for nearly two score years. While wo recognizo tho fact that in tho death our brother the loss we as friends nnd brother and as a community have sustained is to his eternal gain, wo bow in submission to the will of God and thank Him for having spared our pastor for bo many years in preaching to us of tho wonderful love of God. Tho following resolutions wero adopted by tho Walnut Flat congregation, to which ho had been ministering for more than a quarter of n century: Resolved, That while we bow to the will of Him who doeth all things well, wo still trust Him and may we ever he ready to do the Master's will and daily grow in grace, as did our pastor. 2. That wo be encouraged by his and this dispensation of Divine Providence to go forward with renewed energy to the work that he bo often, plainly and faithfully pointed out to his flock, and with deeper consecration do tho bidding of tho Master's voice. 3. That to tlio bereaved wife, children, brother, friends and sister congregations we extend our heartfelt sympathies and our prayer is that we, as our pastor was, bo determined to know nothing but Christ and Him crucified. 1. That a copv bespread ou our church record and inserted in tho Istkihok Jouunal and a copy be sent to the fam0. M. J0.SR8, ily. W. 11. HlGOlNH, Committee. vacant chair, we that tho angel of Walnit Flat. Assembled here In xo .' jKfs So. As to au income tax, tho Louisville Times holds that nothing is more equitable or leas practicable. Tho dishonest, who havo tho incomes, would dodge it, while tho honest would pay it, if they had incomes, which they, us a Dr. Appleman. class, haven't. In theory the tax is a This noted specialist will visit our city good one, in practice, positively bad or again next Tuesday, Dec. 5, till Wednesnegatively no good. day, Gth, at the Myers House. Tho should remember this and be on A man in Illinois is making a good hand early, us his rooms nro always living by writing to hard drinkers that crowded later In tho day. Dr. Applo-maif they will send him a dollar he will imenjoys an excellent practice in this part to them an infallible euro for drun- community and'has effected some wonkenness. Wheu thov comply with this derful cures. Ho has long sinco proven request ho sends them a neatly printed himself a specialist of tho highest order card bearing tho words: "Don't drink and people uro not slow to grasp tho fact anything but water." now that he is well known in our midst. CaI'Ablk, Capacious and Cherry S. F. A coast gun built by Krupp, when be B. Morse, late general passenger ugeut division ageut of ing tested at tho Meppcn proving grounds of the K. 0., and later tho L. k N. at Cincinnati, lias resigned recontly, threw tho projectile 01,010 ft., to accept the position of general agent or uearly 13 miles, tho gun having an of tho Rig Four, nt Buffalo, N. Y. Tho elevation of 44 deg. Tho projectile charge of powder L. it N. looses ono of its best men and weighed 474 lbs.; tho 253 lbs ; giving an initial velocity of 2,000 the traveling public In this section its feet. Its flight occupied 70.2 seconds. best friend. n I in Casey county, an oifepring of the South Kentucky and yCumborland Hiver Baptist Associations, has assigned to Prof. J. X. Hull', principal of the school. Assets 10,000; liabilities $3,500. It is a pity the Baptists could uot sustain this promising school. The Lexington Press says that tho wife of II. O. Morrison is at tho point of death with no hopes of recovery and that Mr. Morrison, who is in Now Orleans, has been telegraphed for. She Is a daughter of Temperance Lecturer Bain and has three children. Her illness may interfere with Mr. Morrison's plans to begin a meeting here next week. Tho meetings at Grier's Creek and Oliftnu conducted by Klder Joseph H. Hopper, generally known in tho Synod of Kentucky as "Uncle) Joe," were re markably successful, resulting in over SO uccesttious to the church. Bro. Hopper makes no pretentions to eloquence or learning, but preaches the; gospel in a simple, earnest and exceedingly effective stylo. Woodford Sun. The Chnstran Endeavor is growing in numbers and interest. There are now SO members and Sunday there were over 100 persons present. MissjLucy Johns, vice president, provided very gracefully nnd the features of tho mooting were au anthem sung by Mrs. Jennie Dunn, Misses Nettie Wray, Nora Moreland and W. II. Hlggiim; a solo by that sweet little vocalist, Mies Nora Moreland, and an ossay on Thanksgiving by 3 Mr. J. S. Hughes. The Lebanon Enterprise says: Last Sunday Rev. George W. Bowling, colored, pastor in clurg of ;tho Baptist church ou St. Mary's street, baptized 41 candidates for membership in that church, in the pond near tho electric light plant. Tho day was unpleasantly cool and the water chilled almost to freezing, which caused f the subjects to shiver, but several, however, were too much excited to pay any 'attention what ever to tlio chilly bath. j.Over 1,000 spectators wore present tojwiinees tho exercises. Rev. Bowling is also pastor of the Stanford Baptist church. . Tlio Uible Society held its annual meeting at the Methodist church Sunday Addresses were delivered by night. Revs. Slaymaker, Arnold aud Ellis and by the retiring president, Mr. J. S. BiHughes, who said that some bles had been given to destitute fami lies in tho county during the year. The election of officers for the ensuing term resulted in the selection of Clarence E Tate, president; John J. McRoberts, secretary, and the four local pastors The executive committee will bo G. G. Wine, J C. McClary, J. S. Hughes, P. M. McRoberts, 0. E. Holmes, B. F. JoliiiMon, J. II. Baughmuu and U-j- v. 4 M 11 L,eklrlWr s PRICES d I CALL AND SEE When sermons are 10 minutes long and never Btale or flat; Wheu congregations rise aud pay they pass the hat; When silence jingles everywhere, and banks go not to siiihhIi; When bill collectors aro to spare and people buy for cash; When politicirns join tho church and cease to plot, and plan; When there aro 50 ollices to every blessed man; When orators know when to stop, When poets cease to caper; When whole communities admit they cannot run the paper Thou will tho great milleniuiu dawn brightly, hut, alas! You'll die while you are waiting fir these things to come to pas. Ex. he-for- you. e SEVERANCE & SON. FARMS & HARDIN, Have open and ready for your inspection an immense assortment of Old Farmer Hopkins, said to he ono of tho best rural dramas over written, will be produced at Walton's Opera House, Nov. 30, by tho well-knoFrank S. Davidson, and au excoin-media- n, Holiday Goods ) THE HARD TIMES ARE 07ER ovr-loaded 40-o- ts. cellent company. Specul scenery, ellects, specialties of a high or- And you are cordially invited to call and see them whileithe, stock is unbroken. all go to make Old Farmer Hopkins der, tho great success it undoubtedly is. Speaking of its presentation iu Danville, A'irginia, the Register says: "Mr. David-sotook the home by storm with his excellent acting and singing, and indeed tho whole performance was a decided success ." Some of tho newspapers of the State arotalkiug about a "boycott" by the llopdusvdlo girls of the young men At last. The consumer has been squeezed long and hard by the giwho do not escort them to pay entertainand ant monopolies of manufactures, but now the panic-scarrements. This reads well, but it is pure their products as manufacturers and importers are dumping fiction, ilopkiusville, like most other fast as they can, which means that prices are now being placed, has more girls than boys in so ciety aud the "boycaught" tho girls are organizing for is uot the resentful kind luese out-o- f town paperH would have the public believe. -- Kentuckian. Right and left, and the fellow with the cash can lay in his goods and al u i "A ? iILAUMTIEIlfflB d 'i James Beazley Virginia raised 5,iW0,UOU bushels of worm of fruits and vegetables, ruetron product is tons, aud over $.',0.X),OJO 01 gold Iu been Bent to the United States Mint. ThisHtato has the Urgsi let.l amen in tlie South, nail the grettesl iiuiuhihhu mines iu the orld. wonh. The iloillu Oo hs de- persous gain a livelihood by raising the clared that small pur ia in Chiworms. cago. peanuts aud f4,0iX),000 200,-00- 0 uiiiiH.-Moiie- r to one and all that "Ma,"rtuula uovvsp4()ur mail's son, "I sell them far below old prices. I am happy to say of the fortunate ones and have them in my house. I have been one know why editors call themselves second-hangoods, rotten "VYh)Y" "So's the men that doesn't like They are new and fresh; no old stock or or infected with disease, but fresh from the manufacthe m tide will think there are too many with age Read these prices and see the goods. All the standard brands people for him to tackle." Washing- turers. Calicoes at 5c yard; Hoosier Cotton 5c yard. Men's Calf Shoes of ton Htar. Baby Shoes 25c, worth 75c. Children's Shoes 50c She Why were you bo awkward and $1, worth $1.50. emudrasded wtien you proposed to me? worth Si. Ladies' Button Shoes 75c, worth $1. 25. Ladies Button tie Oh, I was trying not to look bo sure Shoes 90c, worth Si. 50. The largest and best selected stock of of being accepted as I felt. Clothing ever shown in Hustonville. I will also have a mammoth line of Ladies' Cloaks Oct 1st at half price. A full line of Family Groceries. Tiie most undul insect is tho silk Come early and get the best at auction prices. Respectfully, It is estimated that 5,000,000 'W JAMES FRYE, Hustonville. ftjWjiejwfc - lV4 It " - j 'taWn atft Jl ' - -k' iXJ . 1 S9i I r i ft w t IW l w Yale defeatod Harvard nt foot ba'l by the score of 0 to 0. Bohr Bros, barrel stave factory nt Ellzabethtown burned; loss $10,000. Stanford, Kv., November 28, 1S93 Washington Hesing, editor of tho Illinois Staats Zdtung, has beon appointed postmaster at Chicago. W. P. WALTON. Tho snow is fivo inches deep in tho vicinity of Cleveland. Railway traffic is N impeded oast of that city. Tho cold has been a blessing to tho Goes on with redoubled energy at the Louisville Store this week with greater reductions than ever. Our peoplo of Brunswick, Ga., and tho epi- great volume of business necessitates our replenishing our stock every week. Each week brings new demic of fever is believed to bo ended, bargains. Come and sec the inducements ve offer for this week. Mothers, Congressman Charles O'Neill, known Senator Voohnkes is a blatant demaas the "father" of tho Houso of Repregogue, lie said in his speech at Indiansentatives, died S.Uurday at his homo in apolis that the policy of the administraPhiladelphia. tion toward pensioners was ptrtly the Tho dispatches announce that 12.000 cause of the recent large majorities lives were lost by earthquakes at Kush against the democrats and declared himan, Persia, during tho past week; 50,000 self for a more liberal policy towards head of cattle perished. senathose rapacious individuals. The A dispatch from Domirg, N. M., Bays Of your Iie to get an overcoat for your boys. old soldier constittor has a pretty large 51.25, Si, 50, $2 and S3, well worth double t'..c money. that it is reported that Mexican soldiers In suit's for boys we can giv at 75c, $1.25, $1.50 and $2, and so on to S;, which cannot be bought uency who are out for the stutT, and lie Under the new law a ciicuit judge were killed liko sheen in a battlo with elsewhere for double the money. Tor men's suits and overcoats values his otlico moro than he does ex Thursday. pressing his real eentitnentB. No man cannot absent himself from the bench in the insurgents nt Boca deDwight L. Moody, tho evangelist, order that some favorite mny be elected who is honest enough to say so will ny that the pension business has reach pro torn judge and draw n big per dietu, is to conduct a series of revival meetings ed such gigantic proportions that a halt as was the case often under tho old re in Washington this winter if sufficient ought to be called. There are too many gime. Many an old hack at law was money can bo raised to meet tho expenother peoplo in this country to turn it kept up in this way till sometimes tiio ses. A coal and lumber company h s over to tho pension crowd, many of pay for pro tern judges exceeded tho salary of tho regular judge. The law been organized at Cincinnati with a cap- For heavy cassimcrc working suits that can't be beaten on earth we will sell you for $.. A grand line whom are in no wise entitled to tho of clay worsted suits in double and single breasted sacks and frocks fashionably made and exquisitely finSenator now forbids the payment of such judges, ital of f2,000,000. It has already pur bounty of tho government. ished, included in this great sale. Voorhees proved that ho was a failure unless the regu'ar judgo is sick, una- chased 25,000 acres of land in West Virdevelas the leader of tho democratic side of voidably absent or so situated as to ren- ginia, whose resources will bo tho Senate in the late effort to repeal the der him unablo to sit in the case. These oped. A bill has been prepared and will Sherman bill and he ought to be placed facts have to bo certified to and unless JixM) tho claims shall ho properly made out soon bo introduced in Congress which on the list of back numbers. Auditor Norman says ho will refuse to provides that when a lynching take Will be sold this week at greatly reduced prices. Nobody on this wide earth did cut the life out of pn- Thk democrats of Indiana hold a sort honor them. Tho law is a good one. place the county in which it occurs Hhall ces in the heart of the season as we are doing now. of a love feast at Indianapolis the other Circuit judges get pay enough now for pay to tho victim's family $10,000 for day in which Senator Voorhees and oth them to givo their wholo time to their each case. Tho National Grango adopted reso- er prominent men spoke. The senator duties. : : sees no reason for democrats to be dislutionsidonounciiiR Secretary Morton for A sentimental jury at Memphis ac- ids recent attack upon tho Grange in a couraged, bat much to give them hope. CO., embezzle-mou- t A. URBAKSKY KANISY, sneech and demanded that Presidmt He predicted that by Feb. 1 a tariff bill quitted Miss Mary Clancy for and forgery, although she admit Cleveland remove him, which he will do would be passed and signed by tho pres ! in a horn. ident, which will fully meet the prom- ted the charge. The court room was Congressman Stone's brother was At a conference of tho South Park ises of the party on the question. The full of ladies when tho verdict was read and many of them rushod up and em- Commissioners and tho Demolition Com- fined $50 for building a fenco ocrots a State committee formulated an address, If that kind of mittee of.tho World's Fair it was decid- county road in Crittenden county. which has been issued to the people, braced the jurors. thing is to become general, jury service ed that the Fair buildings will not bo dedeclnriug their urshaken confidence in In Louisville, Dr. Oliver Ilearn, huswill be moro sought after than now, molished next year, and may stand for band of Mrs. Virgio Hearn, who is unto the ability of the Administration tho prosperity when most men do their bust to evade several years. to the country der indictment for receiving stolen prov Tho creditors of T. B. Ripy, tho perty, made an attempt to suicido with wrecked by republican legislation and it. Lawrenceburg distiller, havo given him morphine on account of tho disgrace their belief that the federal system of T. G. Pooue, who used to be clerk of Is Kocoiving' His an extension of time and he will not ashis wife's orreat had brought up taxation will be revised upon revenue the Court of Appeals, will contest with sign. Hejsnbmitted figures to show his which ou him. lines as early as it can be accomplished. Hon D. B. Edmislon for the clerkship of : : indebtednrss to be $714,000 and his asPkhsokal: Bear 111 mind one thing, that iTsePms that Gov. Brown was in the Senate, but wo hope and believe sets $1,197,000. or necessity calls Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. great haste to appoint his favorites as our mau ha? enough votes pledged to Emmett Orr. of the recently burned if business, pleasure, elect him on tho first ballot. special counsel in the proposed injuncyou away from homo at nuy time, be out O veil News, has purchased a now route fully decidtion suit to prevent tho consolidation of outfit for his paper and it will bo pub- particular, to have your NEWSY NOTES. arranged beforo Btarting. the L. & N. and 0. 0. & S. W. Ho first lished at Owenton in about a month. ed upon and Many things should be taken into coi cot tho attorney general, whose duty it -- Hannibal, Mo., suffered a $300,000 Sinco the fire the uewa has been pubBidoration, especially tho inuueemenis would make it imperative on him fire. sterns lished at Carrollton. Central Com t j prosecute the suit, out of tho way and Tho mercury was 22' below zero at Fire caught in Howe's studio, at oiTered bv the Wisconsin to visit St. Paul, I want to reduce my large stock of Watches, Clocks then beforo Commonwealth's Attorney Fargo, N. D., Thursday night. Middlcsboro, destroying it and its stock, pany to thoco who wish and Jewelry, West Superior, and offer them at prices never so low. Call Parsons is given a chance he appoints H. W. Hatten has been appointed the resilience of Mrs Mary Marshall and Minneapolis, Ashland, and examine the stock. Humphrey & Davie, of Louisville to postmaster at Poplar Hill, Casoy county. the buildiug of the American AfHoc'a Duluth or any point in W isconsin. Ladies' watches former price $50 now $.10.00; a3sist him. If the officers elected to do Their traius leave Chicago at convenJacob, of West Virginia, tion, occupied by the Mingo Mountain Ladies' watches former price S3; now 27.00- hours. Their equipment is unsurare not competent to do it, fell dead in the streets of Washington Coal & Coke Co. Loss estimated at f such work ient Ladies' waicucs iormcr price $2$ no passed by any line in the Northwest. then Gov. Brown might make haste to from heart disease. 17.50. insurance $1,500. Closo connections are made at St. Paul Solid Silver Spoons, give his friends a chance to bleed the of The postofiices at Ethel, Clay counIt is thought tho determination Plated Spoons, Plated Knives and forks all at the State, but at this stage of the game he ty, and Isaacs, Pulaski county, will be tho ways and means committee to lower and Minneapolis, with the various lines Pacific 8!ni8to havo been decidedly in too discontinued after Nov. SO. instead of, as first proposed, to incroaco running to all California and : : a rush. great Slusher knocked out Vokes in the the tax on sugar, will necessitate an in- Coast points. Ask your nearest ticket agent for full Honolulu is said to have one of tho 79th round at Lima, O. Tho fight was crease of the tax on whisky, tho estab- information, and bo partloular to see This sale will be made for CASH. Hring the money along with you. a tax on lishment of an income tax, or moat charming climates in tho world, witnessed by 1,000 sports at So a head. t,n vrmr tielcntM read via the "Wipcon- Mrs. Susan Bailey, mother of Mrs. the legacies aud tho dividends of large the mosquitoes are worse all the but sin Central Lint's. Jas. O. Pond, Gsnl year round than they are in Cincinnati J. W. Hart, of tho Brinkloy House, Som corporations. Ten lives were lost in Detroit by the Pass. Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. in the summer time. No frost comes to erset, died in that city last weetc, aged m building occupied burning of a afford relief and the little pests prey up GS. American recommend Tne Scientific John Foster, a farmer by Edson, Moore fc Co., wholes do deni- th'H process for curing small skins, such on the unfortunates with never a let up monetary loas will The blood and thunder editors of the near Seymour, Ind., killed his wife and er in drv uoods. The as eouirrel. etc. Mix brand aud soft wa republicans and the corporal's guard of three children and blew his own brains reach about $800,000. Several of tho vic- ter suilicient tocover the skins Immerse If you do not, try ours, We arc now receiving our winter goods tims jumped to their death and ono was democrats who think they are raising out. i,u in..r nml kin them covered for 24 such as The total internal revenue tax paid burned to a crisp in sight of tho crowd Cain, because Mr. Cleveland simply houro, then remove, wash clean, and by the distillers of the State during the of spectators. wants to undo a great injustice to a scrape ofl all flesh. To I gallon Rus Chandler, n youth of 17, got c trefully 0. weak nation that designing men ac- year ended June 30, 1S93, was $ add 1 pound of alum and mad because ho was asked to keep qui- of water (hot) complished by the aid of American sol(Hudnut's,) Carolina Rice, Focrstcr Cakes and Crackers, pound of salt. When dissolved and William V. Reppert, of Kentucky, a et by Bartender Sam Gilmoro, at Jellico, cool enough to admit entrance of the diers, ought to bo exiled to that mos quito ridden country and havo their memberofthe Board of Pension Ap- and pulled out his pistol and fired two hand, immerse tho skin for 21 hours, dry bloody proclivities sucked out of them. peals in the Interior Department, has shots at him. Ono of the halls struck in the shade and rub. Stir the liquor P. J. and Imported Maccaroni. Nice Assortment of Gilmoro in the kneo and tho other en resigned. Candies. Fruits aimin. immerse the skin lor 21 hours, dry and Nuts. Mr. S. S. Cassity has retired from the Tho amount of gold coin in actual tered the chin of Mike Welsh, a for 21 hours Mt. Sterling Democrat after nine yeais circulation in tho world is estimated by inflicting a wound from which and rub as before; immerse in oat meal and warm water, partially of faithful service on it and will start a the Bank of England officials to be about ho will not recover. and finally rub until new paper in tho same town to bo known SGo tons. At a meeting of tho stockholders of dry in tho shade, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries. entirely dry. This leaves tho skin liae as tho Montgomery County Times. Ctpt-WIves broke Schaefer's wonderful run the Middlesboro Town Company, held for immediate use. white leather, and fit t, T. Havens, tho owner of the Dc of 343 at Friday night's billiard contebt at that place to determine whether or announces that he has secured the at Chicago by scoring tho remarkable not the company would bo thrown into Touuist'b Kates. Hound trip tickets services of Judgo J. 0. Nelson, of tho run of 456 points. tho hands of a receiver, a number of to Lookout Mountain, TVnn.. Florida aud Bath County World, to edit it and will Of 1,790 patients treated at tho Pas- English stockholders pledged themselves N. C, Now also retain Mr. 13. II. Mynheir on tho teur Institute in Paris in 1892 for hydro- to furnish a large amount of monoy, Georgia pointn, Asheville, Havana, etc., staff. With tho advent of tho Times phobia, only four aro known to havel which is to go toward putting tho com- Oileaue, La., Mexico City, will be placed on sale by tho Queen fc Mt. Sterling will have four papers to died from the malady. pany on its feet again. and alter Nov. 1st, at draw tho support that wouldn't bo too Tho Henrietta Theatre, the unfin- Crescent Route on Roane county, Tenn., has voted MYC. is greatly reduced rates. Tho Q. large for oue. Tho eflort to run two, $230,000 to tho capital Btock of the Nash ished Auditorium, tho Park Theatre nnd trains three or four papers in a ono paper town ville and Knoxvillo railroad. This, it tho Crittenden Hotel, at Columbus,' O., noted as running solid vestibuled fi to Florida and New Orleans. Direct lino failnearly always results in financial burned Friday night. The nudience1 at is said, insures its early completion. ure. escaped, hut an actor and n to the Southern Tourist Kesorts. Finest tho theatres A new organ, similar to a pipe ortrains in the South. Ask your agent Goods arc- Bro. Van Winkle, of the Somerset Re- gan and said to bo a very fine instru- stage hand were burned to death. The A Creecent; property loss is over a million dollars. for tickets over tho Queen porter, is disposed to bo hypercritical, ment, has been put in tho Christian ho will quoto you rates or you can adIn speaking of kissing the bible in tak- church at Somerset, so says the Re- Gov. McKinley's apartments were in dress W. O. Hinearaon, G. P. A.,Cin tho Crittenden, but ho saved his private ing oatba wo did not say as ho quotes porter. property. Aa the result of a kick in tho stom"nasty Bible," but nasty book. The Mem"How is it with you?" the editor asked Amy Rhodes, n Robert Chrir-tones used for th.9 purpose of administer- ach while playing phis girl, took Btrychnino and died be- tho subscriber who was dying in nrreanj of Delmont, Pa., a freshman attending oaths in tho courts of Virginia aro "All looks bright beforo me" gasped greasy, filthy and disease breeding and ing tho University of Woostor, O., died cause sho was betrayed by her lover and preferred death toMisgraco. Sho left a tho subscriber. would turn tvan the strong stomach of Friday night. "I thought 60," said thn editor, "in n The answer of tho Ways and Means letter to her mother sayiug: "For tho contemporary if ho were our Somerset I onco bore tho author of my few minutes you will see it blaze." Atforced to kiss them. Wo have great res- Committee to McKinloy's Presidentia great love It is in lino guilt I refuse to givo his name. Tho se- lanta Constitution. pect for the Bible, tho ho3t of book3, but boom has been prepared ' " with me. Forgivo when it comes to kissing ono that has with the verdicts of the peoplo rendered cret will ha buried Oysters always on hand, cither in bulk or cans, or served to A Europeau scientist has been listenI havo cast mo and forget tho dishonor 0, inlS90andlS92. been promiscuously used for that order ing to tho voice of tho houso fly through in any style, with celery, etc. name. Chas. Nostroui called on John II. upou my once fair please excuse us. very He Bays it sounds Walker, the Chicago capitalist, and at Tho annual report of the Treasurer a microphone. Since dispensing with tho services of the point of a revolver demanded a of tho United States shows an increaso much liko tho neighing of a horso. its former office folino, Mr. W. P. Emer- check for $10,0000. Walker kicked the of30,SSl,811inthe net ordinary reveHolp la Wantod son, tho Covington Commonwealth now intruder into tho street. nues for the past fiscal year and an in- by the women who are ailing and suffering, or opinions made to has most of its editorial And all fresh and fine and sold at astonishingly low prices. A report of the Auditor of the crease of $38,454,023 in tho ordinary ex- weak and exhausted. And, Dr. evtry such woPierce's Favorite man, help it guaranteed by by a Cincinnati boiler plate World's Columbian Exposition shows a penditures. to order In 1 September, 1S8S, the Prescription. For young girls Just entering the critical 'change of life; women firm, but they aro pretty good, all the not balance on hand of $I,SG2,48:i. The Treasury held $332,551,303 of gold; Octo- women approachingat confinement; nursing uicthrs; Candies, Nuts, &c in great variety and abundance. Come in and same. or overhava.i basket fixed up for your wife or girl. only $100,703,584-Durinand every woman who is to til expenses of tho construction and ber 19 last'Jit held worked. It Is a medicine that builds up, strengththo four months ending with Oc- ens, and regulates, no matter what the condition Ir things don't goto suit them tho operation are given as $25,540,527,85. of the system. Harry Hill, tho Atlanta society for. tober there was the unparalleled increaso It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, a sooth. ministries of European countries get mad only and wont play. Tho French gar, whose use of the name of tho wife of $123,000,000 in tho money in circula Ing and bracing nervina, and the anu guaranteed like children to a remedy ior "lemale compiainis-penuuiti k ntira( u and Servian ministries are tho latest to do of President Porter, of the Merchants' tion, bringing tho average per capita in Daring.aown sensations, ry kindred ailmeut, ceratlon, inflammation, and bis the baby act for some, real or imaginary Bank, led to AM.l arrest, was released on higher llgure tlian over beforo desnite ,f u everfjll, , btncfit orCure, you have your nl.tnvrwf ...& I ffl AAA U.H.I nuu oa.ii'jJuu um ior S money back. cause. u,vaiu uuuu uuniiua. the financial stringency. Semi-Week- ly IntekiorJouknal OH S PAGES. The Midway Plaisance is now worse than a banquet hall deserted; tho Moor-isTemplo has beon razed, tho streets of Cairo aro no longer to be seen, the Persian girls who dance with everything but their feet have departed, the beauties of 40 nations have gone back to their homes in Chicago and the Arab has silently stoleto away, but tho Ferris wheel continues to revolve, with neyer a pas senger to experience the indescribable sensation that delighted the millions during the progress of tho great Fair. The owners of tho wheel claim that they were to operate it after tho closo of the big show, but the management refused to admit visitors and in order to better make a suit for damages, tho wheel is kept revolving day and night, witli the usual stops for passengers, who never appear. It has been dubbed "the ghost of the Fair," and liko Bancho's, it refuses to down. h THE GREAT GUT SUE. Now Is The Chance - WE TAKE THE LEAD roirev CGr0ILDB & NOTIONS. IJy THE LOUISVILLE STORE. & T. I-ror. I. aimingcr ttttfctttfHgl AND FALL WINTER GOODS. Great Clearance Sale. , Ex-Go- v. 13,-50- 0; SAME SWEEPING REDUCTION. five-stor- y well-to-d- o ir. iFiEiETiisnsr. Do You Get Good Coffee? .a. 20,618,-820.3- Cracked Wheat, Oatmeal, HomiDy, California Canned and Evaporated 2Truits McKINNEY BROS., . mo-cra- 3STEW -- t WAUL WIWT1EM McROBERTS. aOODS -- cin-nati.- All In. foot-bal- l, y, Come and See. H. J. 0 YSTERS I pur-p03- Fruits of Every Kind, R. ZIMMER. g "run-dow- Splendid Dinner for 25c. .iE 1 1W. .kibbrtaijLi i ;.-- : mUtt Jmiijtk r jjLjecaca T t .,-- .. . , J Semi-Weekly -- Interior Journal D.NK8, tho ppople'fl Jowoler. Stanford, Ky Novkmukr 28, 1893 E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS Wantkd. Eirga nt 23c per dozen. F. Joncfl & Son. Oboyennu popper nt McKinnoy Bros. ... B. Lard cans, Imtchor knives, black nnd Do you know tlmt right now wo are ready for business, with a rnnd assort ment of holiday Kifts? Onuks, thu Jow filar wiui. lr you don't think this is n strictly religious family nowspapor, turn to the first pago nnd read tho whole column of church matters. ... The public is cordially invited to at tend an "Open Session" of tho Caledoni an Literary Society, to bo held nt next Saturday night. Somxtimks they hnvo a little excite ment even in a quiet town like Albany. A local paper says n man paesed through that town Monday night about midnight and waked up nearly all the inhabitants, wanting something to eat and inquiring tho ro:id to Ilustonville. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. NWW TIN SHOP. Waters & 3 I n ! tii. ' t M . I 'I J 1n Tur-nersvll- lo Hackney on Depot St. in Stanford. i M Tub local orchestra is making preparaDirector's Flower, two years old, won Buy your school books nml school bu n tions for tho full dress hop at Walton's SI 0,500 this season. plies ol nil kinds ut A. 11. Penny's. I38T. A wliitu and yellow shepherd Opera House, Wednesday night, nnd wo The yearling filly Stamina, by PaWatciiks, clocks nnd jowplry repaired dog. Liberal reward for his return or guaranteo that the music will be nil that Gutters, Spouting and Repairing also. Any article in the tinners' line tron won $5,375 this year. and warranted. Enravim: i npccialty, for information as to his whereabouts. tho dancers could wish. hu Austin sold to Underwood Bros. made to order. A share ol your patronage is solicited. at A. II. Punuy'B. u bunch of fat hogs at oc. Tux Indent utock of DniirH, Medicines, J. A. UivotiB, McKinnoy. Mas. J. T. Surro.y came in yesterday . Perfumery, L'ainta nnd Wnll L'npor nt E. C. Gnines sold to Monroe HickHenry Aitkii January 1st, 18'Jl, I will pro and swore out a warrant against A. H. Penny's. Prescriptions n specialman a bunch of hogs, 125 pounds, at 5c ty. cced to collect thu unsettled accounts in Crow, oolored, charging him with "rum-nlng- " At Col. Bruce's two days sale of Hog trough iron, coal buckets, shovels, pokers, fire sets, lard cans, her toll gate. Crow is a driver my bands of Stephens ft Knox by law. horses, at Lexington, 57 head averaged stove pipes, &c. Our prices will be 20 per cent. lower than the lowPERSONAL POINTS. for P. W. Green nnd was no doubt tryW. II. IIIkkIiib, lUwIvur. S285. est. Terms Cash, Strictly Cash. ing tofl.ivotho money for himself. dnyB Mr. J. F. Watkks spent several .1. O. Caldwell bought of J. C. John- A dispatch from Henry Wholon, manin Mercer county. Tur. mercury was down to 10 Satur 3on n bunch of 20 toppy feeders at 3J. ager of thu Opera House at Bardstown, Misa Kina Hkid W.lmot, of Lcxing says: "Farmer Hopkins immense nud day mornidg nnd many of tho water Advocate. ton, is clerking for B. F. Jones & Sou. Kelley's instructions from Monroe delighted u very large nudiencu here. pipes froze up. It commenced to rain Mn. Uabil F. Colsmax, of llnrrods-bur- g, Sunday night nnd at tills writing, Mon- Salisbury aro never to iooo a heat that Iihb been vMting Joe F. Waters. Is order that thu I.ntkuiou Journal day afternoon, it is pouring down with ho can win. Jcnoc W. K. Vahnon and Hon. Har- force may have full time to glvo thanks no bow of promise ollered by tho sign nl W. II. Drye, of the West End, vey Helm wont to Itichmond Saturday. and eat turkey Thursday, the paper will service. bought of McAninch, of Casey, a ... Mr. A. H. Pkxxv went to Cincinnati, bo printed Wednesday night, one day filly forf 125. Thk mnn who bought tho Junction Friday, to lay in his Christmua supplies. earlier. Our correspondents will please William Moroland bought of various Is the word to express what we arc doing and the crowds that gather City Times has not hIiowii up and it is parties 25 will spend observe nnd send their favors iu time. Mifs Mary Clay Thomi-sohead of butcher cattle at 2 to in our store from day to day looking for Bargains, which we always Most men with likely ho will not. tho winter iu St. Louis. Courier-Journaand 150 hogs at 5c carry. The people know Wit are greatly obliged to tho ladles money now have moro sense than to put 2c W. II. Prewitt bought in tho West for what they have donu for us in our it in n paper for n town that has been Mn. W. B. McUoiiEirrs went to End n lot of feeders nt 3c nnd 15 head of yesterday to lay in his ChriBtmns cloak and dreui goods departments. tho grove of two in tho last few years. extra butcher stun" ut 21c. These goods wu eball keep up until late Btock. W. II. Curtis sold 'to Mrs. Lanahan An entertainment will be given at Mn. L. M. Lablky has recovered suf- iu the season so that all can bo accomnight for the his farm of 53 acres onltho C. 0. pike, ficiently from his severe attack of rheu modated with now goods at low prices. Crab Orchard Thursday bonefit of tho public library and will near Cedar Creek, for Jl.flOO. When they see them without publishing prices and they also know Hughes A Tate. matism to return to Lexington. E. T. Pence sold to E. P. Woods 21 good goods when they see them. We can not sing the praises of our consist of vocal and instrumental music, Mrs. M. 0. Wilkiaxis, of Jit. Vornon, K.x Siikiiii'p M. A. Mookk, of Whitley, recitations, declamations, otsays, stump shoats at Ijc. They cams tho last of Cloak Department too loud. Ladies' tailor made Cape Cloaks and nnd Mia Xunnio Kennedy, of Itussell-vllle- , denies emphatically the report tele speeches and a minstrel performance. July nud weighed 115 pounds. wero visiting at tho Coffey House. Jackets, Misses' and Children's Cloaks of every cut and weave, Lagraphed to thu lutsvillo Post from Tho American Trotter says that at Everybody ought to attend. Admission Capes, &c. We arc attracting trade from adjoining counOait. II. B. Junks, tho clever chief that hu was shot and mortally 'JO cents. prosent it looks as if 200 will be thu top dies' Fur clerk of tho railway mall sorviae on this wounded, and ho ought to know. Hu ties on these goods, because our line is perfect and prices the lowest. foe for service next year. dlvinion, is very ill of pneumonia, in O.xr. I,inca.ter lawyer has posted analxo adds that hu hns not even had n Gay Bros, of this county, sold to C. Our second importation of Clothing is now in and goes rapidly. wilHul, malicious and dasLouisville. difficulty. As he is enjoying the sweets other an "a Alexander, of Paris, 15 feeding cattlo, you want an Overcoat or Winter Suit for yourself or family, come toMu. Matt McKisnky, of the Mt. liar" and there is n prospect for of n honeymoon, we would think ho tardly averaging 1,172 pounds, at 31c Wood- ils. Or if you want Winter Shoes we are headquarters for good section, Is very ill of heart trouble. serious trouble over there, though wo ford would bo too happy even to resent an Sun. goods at low prices. By all means remember our Dress Goods and giand jury score The oltl gentleman is nearly four liopo it will not occur. Tho ordinary insult. James Uard, of Gleaning?, sold to Hosiery, our Uloves and 1 . " and ton and will htnlly recover. rimming Silks. only found 12 indictments during its tho Lebanon Holler .Mills 3.050 bushels Of tho Farmer Hopkins Co. tho Lou- Into session ami wu hope tho county will Miis. T. S. Wxinf, Jr., of Knoxville, is Wc are headquarters for all the new things. And if you want a says: It is head bu nblu to keep thu record It has bro of wheat at 5S cents, delivered at New visiting her parents, Judge and Mrs. M. isville Condor-Journ- al Hope. Enterprise. pattern by which to cut a garment we keep the standard. Patterns od by an uxceediugly clever eccentric ken. Mr. ('. Snulley, and is looking Eugeno Leigh has bought of Milton the very best and latest. commediiin, n Mr. Davidson, whoso this morning. Webb Tins is the way tho innocent item Young the weanling colt by Strathmore, Mr-J- . L, Dicki.maN, watehmakorand quaint and original methods took im- Btartod by Prof. M. D. Hughes, our Bow-landamSpinaway. Price $1,000. The colt repairer, hns been engaged by Mr. A. H. mensely with tho entire audience. Thu reporter, is going tho rounds of tho is a ha'f brother to Lnzzarone. play it tho best of thu kind ever seen at Penny, to tako the place of Thomas pres: "Elijah T. Pence, of Oakland, Thu Harrodsburg Democrat reports who will dovoto his entire timo to this theatre, tho mountings are superb; a III., has cleared and fenced in about 'M0t ealeaof 51 hogs, 225 pounds average, nt big week's business is nssured." At Walthe hotel business. acres of ground and bought l,000skunl a 5c, 22 head cattle at 31 and Mu. and Mrs. In.v Taylor will not ton's Opera House, Nov. 30. Hu is going to start a Bkunk farm." Wo n lot of yearling mules at 1 17 50. the Tribblo House nt Jin.ctiou City, run Tub John Cain who gave tho abduc- can't sou how the plnco got changed to There are 22 trotters in the 2:10 list wo have been Informed since tho tttnto tion couspiritors away at New Albany, Oakand. nnd six with records better than '2:09. ' ment published last week. Mr. A. TribInd., is a native of this county and n Marshal NKWLANngotn dispatch yes- Tho season of '03 has turned out 203 trot- Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day blo will run it himself. brother to tho several men of that name terday from Judge G.W. McClure, coun ters with records between 2:10j and Dr. It. C. Moikia.v left Saturday to lo- in this vicinity. Ho not only did n thereafter. You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way arrest Doo-le- 2:20. cate nt Kddy. New Mexico, with the praiseworthy net, but got his picture- - in ty attorney of Rockcastle, to as follows: Tho knife is being freely used at Mlze, 22 years old, G feet S inches, hope of improving loth his health nnd tho Courier Journal besides. John writeH Danville and among the good horses that Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes Every Monday 1U5 pounds, light hnir and red complexhis fortune and his friends trust that he us that ho has beeu n little wild in his ion, on n charge of murder committed In havo suffered alterntion nro Guinette, Dudderar's Mill Pike Every Tuesday will bu eminently successful. time, but hu is living all right now, and Pulaski. The marshal searched all the pacer, 2:10 nnd Flying Jim, of tho Crab Pnor. Stki'iien D. Willis, Every Wednesday Lancaster Pike wo hear possesses thu respect of tho com- trains yesterday nnd kept his eye BHn-ne- d trial, pacing, half mile 1:01. Orchard High School, who wa3 hero munity iu which hu has settled. Every Thursday Danville Pike Directum will race with Saladin, the for tho man, but failed to catch him. Saturday, Is not only n gentleman nnd n pacer, at Point Breeze next Tuesday, for Hustonville Pike Every Friday scholar, but a poet, ns somo recent conNnws cornea that Col. John 0. SumWuregrot to hear that our friend, n purse of $9,500. His owner will put Somerset Pike Every Saturday tributions to tho Louisville Times show. mers, of Abingdon, Va., who with his Jndgo J. W. Hughes, was defeated for a up s5,000 of this, Saladin's owner's own P. M. Mc Bo in: UTS, Kmj , left butween daughters, Misses Olivia and Jennie, re- reiiomiuation nt the primary election in Every Saturday Stanford er $2,500 and thu association $2,000. the mns of Sunday and Monday with- cently visited here, bu Herod a severe and Mercor county, Saturday. Ho was beat Every Wednesday Rowland Ait-aptii. ij. lerreil.s Bale, near out tolling anybody where he wbb going. perhaps fntnl accident Inst week. Hu en by County Attorney B. F. Boach by Silver Creek, made by tho commissionir ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. A ruwnrd of 15 will be glyen for bis re- was returning from court in n vehicle 35 votes. J. Morgan Chlnn, for county corn in the field sold nt $1.25 nnd $1.30: turn to this ofllco dead or nlivu nud no drawn by a pair of horses, when tho ani- uttomey, J. L. Demaree, for assessor, D. 120sneep$l 95; 13 head shoats $0.40; 3 questions naked. mals became frightened and ran nway. It. Chntham, for jailer, John I. VanArs- jenuets $10; $50 50 nnd $33. Five tracts Tl colo jl of Stanford, n Mr Hauvkv Hrlm, Tho vehicle struck a treo and thu l.l...u fn. of land, embracing 451 acres, brough (inn, lor snerui, mm u. i. .iuuio, from Lincoln county to nel was thrown to tho ground, breaking coroner, nro the other nominees. from $12 to $51.50 per acre. Register. the U'Kislature, came up on Monday nnd his leg and it is thought injuring him Farmers in Shelby county nre being killed SamMurder. Joseph Tartar wiis warmly grouted by numerons internally. I have bought the stock of goods of M. L. Bourne and thoroughly near Mintonvillo, Casey swindled by several men who furnish uel Minton, friends of his collegu days here. Ho will renovated the house and stock of goods and added full line of Drugs, Thk Court of Appeals has affirmed meet tlireo or four 0. U. students in thu thu decision of thu lower court in thu county, Saturday night, in n quarrel at a them freo n new kind of seed wheat Notions, Glass, Paints, Oils, etc. We are now thoroughly prepared Tho dispatch says: "Tartflr, it which will yield 50 bushels to the acre Legislature nnd here's looking nt tin in case of Fryo against Jones. It will bo dance. regrettod what he had done, nnd They also claim to furnish 100 pounds of to wait on our friends. We have a large stock of Spectacles. seems, nil ' Bichmondltegister. remembered that Mrs. Hoi. Jones, of rendered assistance to tho friends of tho phosphate lor each acre and ask in reMr. J. M. Coek, of ilustonville, who Ilustonville, brought suit to brenk wounded man. After Minton expired turn half of the crop. Tho credulous was convalescing from n severe spell, hod will, claiming tlmt her sister, granger signs what ho is told is an the misfortune to fall nnd brenk his right MrB. A. M. Frye, had Influenced their Tartar followed tho remains to the Mln" evening. He tnn lir.nnnliolil. sat ui) with the corpse agreement to that elled, but which leg near the hip Friday father, Mr. Joseph Pago, while on his nniil mnrnlni? nnd then iinictlv depart1! turns up in a bank as a note for $200, was resting easy yesterday, but owing to death-beBest of Wines and Liquors for medicinal purposes. All of which to exclude her from a divispayable on demand. Tho swindiorn his infirmities nnd advanced age, the ion of his property with tho exception of od. Minton's father has ollered a re we will sell at bottom prices. Give us a call. havo caught a grent many farmers. break will bun long tlnio knitting and S100, which wnsleft her. Miller A Owa ward for his capture." Do not Forget This i. We are always glad to see you. 2. No ho will spend many n tiresome hour ljy represented her. Yesterday was tho 50th annivorsary trouble to show goods. Tiik cases against John S. Goode and ' waiting for nature to take its course. 3. If you don't see what you want, ask for n "take- of the production of tho "Bohemian it. 4. Lowest cash prices for the best goods. 5. Full assortment Al Bkrky, thu negro thu Rockcastle V. 1). Weatherford for running tried Girl" and it was duly celebrated in jury let oil" with a life sentence for rob- out" house at Hustonvillo wero CITY AND VICINITY. always on hand. 6. To please our customers is our greatest delight. beforo Judge Vnrnon, who de Drnry Lane. yesterday bing and murdering a peddler, who Springport, Mich., has a minister Bio lino of holiday goods at Farris fi KOCI-IER- , cided that tho proof was not sufficient 3D. from tho penitentiary, was Hnrdin'a. W. L. Conner, Reg. Pharmacist. iu a straw rick nnd returned to oven to hold tho ncctisd. Tho prose- named Divine, but Nashville, Mich., hns ho was two preachers named Trott and Holler. Try Cottolene, you will liku it. Mc- - prison. Hu escaped by scaling the wnll cuting witness admitted that being asked how hu made hia governed ao.nowhat by prejudice, rennd on Kinney Bros. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. way ovir it, requested thnt thu officers sulting from tho efforts of tho parties to Wb will givu '21 cetita for eggs. W. II. tako him out and let him give an exhi- defeat him for town trustee, but that ho Wenreu & Co. bition. Ho was taken to thu perpendic- was principally animated by a desire to Au x3 J.C! wall and ascended it to thu top with brenk up such business in tho county. Nice cottage on Mill street for rent. ular Heaequarters for- rapidity of n squirrel. Tho officers As tho proof was the same ngaiuet J. O. tho I will give free of charge J. 11. Baughuinn. of thu penitentiary aro talking of mak- Weatherford, James V. Goodo and Cain Fat mackerel, cucumber nnd oweot ing Berry n present of n medal. Brown tho cases ngaiust them wero dis- ONE LIFE-SIZEPORTRAIT, missed. mixed plcklea at McKinnoy Bros. . will have one doien of my To every prrion that A man who professes almost to beliovo rnmle, up Thk ndjourned court of claims mot fine cabinet the portrait till Christmas day. II havo proNkw stock of Heliu'a mince meats, that tho unpardonable win is to sell whisat my gallciy that a (ample of N. Meno-feu'- a pose to ivu away. Come ami see what a gift you preserves nud bottled goods nt McKin- ky came near killing a negro boy to Saturday to pass on Sheriff J. will cct with every dozen cabinets. Of all kinds. The most complete line of Ho list of delinquent A. J. EAUP, f noy Bros. whom ho was trying to sell a pistol, not Stanford, Ky. reported that 30 women and firms had , Call and seo that lino of heating long after thu crack of day tiio other beeu listed with 30 polls wero Ho was showing tho dnrkoy Btovea at W. II. Wearen & Co.'a beforo morning. listed twico nnd ao wore $0,337 of proper-tv- . Cross-Makin- g. how tho old thing woiked, when it went buying. Ho was allowed a credit for these olf. barelv missing his wooly head. If deEver in Stanford. Prices according to the times. Come and seo that holiday bargnins do you don't boliavo it, ask "Dummy." It and permitted to roturn about 700 and $27,5S5.GG of MRS. COREY of poll-ta- x wu glvo theai. Danks, SAUNDERS, linquents exist and that is against the law to Bell pistols except property. Tho court then solil mm mo Of Cincinnati, has located in Stanford for the the Jeweler. on the paymeut.of $'23 llcuuse, nud if thu GEORGE D. PREWITT. B. B. KING. Kstab. list for $05. Tho committee to locate the fiurpose of conducting aconvernant with all the She U fully The merchants, with ono exception, would-b- e seller, in this instance has the new pike to Kingsvillo reported that it styles and In cutting uses the I'rcneu I'allor Systho Louisvillo Store havo ngreed to 1 gal permit in such cases made and pro- had mado n lino to leave tho Stanford tem. She can be found at Mrs. Wm. KIce's en Lower MainMreet, where sho vl'l to glad to hsc vided, tho fact is not so recorded. closo up on Thanksgiving. " pike nt Mrs. Middletou'a and run near or the ladies call on ber. McCar-ty'- a MORELAND, KY., fold of Mr. with tho county road to W. L. LizzikSlaymakeii will tako or Doos raided tho sheep Miss We have opened up a nice line ol store. The county appropriated reoil paintings, crayon or nny dec Forestus lteid, Saturday night nnd killdeis for it ed nnd wounded 20 or more, including cently $1,000 n mile to tho pike, tho orativo art work for Xmas. i ono buck for which ho had paid S30. whole amount not to exceed $2,700 nnd Bkau ourndvortisement and cotno nnd Tho approaching Legislature would send it is thought that that sum will build -- it. ON MONDAY, DEC. II, 1893, get n cloak and dread cheaper thnu you theseBsion riuging down tho corrodors A dozen or more paupora wero allowed At the in Stanford, I will offei for ever bought thorn beforo. SoverauceA of time if it would pas n law for tho from $3 to $5 a month. County Clerk sale to the highest bidder, We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which we are marking Son. protection of sheep, tho annihilation of G. B. Cooper was ordered to insure tho A NICE FARM OF 19 ACRES, down lower than ever. for $2,000 for live Ladies' sninplo Blioea worth SI and $5 n certain breed of doga and a whipping- county Hanging Fork, Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you now go for $1.03. Cowo qnlck. post bill, tlut nlaa, it will do neither years. The county judgo was allowed about i. mile above the bruize on the Stanford A: apafr, being the place where I now live. money. D and E lasts, Bizes 2J to 5. B. the one nor the other. for making monthly visita to tho Danville piLe, Itof Unfortunately $30 A, B, 0, Good dwrllini; six rooms, llarn and all neces g nnd ho and County Attorney sary outbuildings and splendid garden. e SrWe are opening up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. tho dog owners outnumber the ihcop F. Jones & Son. water. Farm all under good fence and in We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. Banking owners and those who might sutler from J. B. l'axton $ 15 each as a building com- hi;h state of cultivation. Will be sold on exij Twenty Bharea of Somerset terms. cast almost aa many mittee. Custom has mado the latter If not Bold beforo the whipping-pos- t For further information apply to Miller & Sow. Co. Btock for sale. but the former is der, Real Estate Dealers, Stanford, Ky. aa thoso who would profit by tho .court day will bo aold to the highest J votes MRS. UETTJEl'ETEHS. EXXTG a new departure, duactmeut of such a law. 'bidder. J. S. Hughes. BUSINESS. ... Have oqencd in the Dr. Mocker Store-roo- TIN AND IRON SHINGLE ROOFING. L Both Work and Material Guaranteed. Unprecedented ! l. Cin-clnun- ti , ... M s I H lu 1 If m firat-rnt- u. d HUGHES & TATE. Dal-to- n, 1,000-poun- d y two-year-o- . .... I 1 SIEW DRUG STORE cians' Prescriptions. lur-father- 's Particular Attention Paid to Physi- d, ed cap-tm- ed S. C. M. OFPSRi w 11. WEAREN -- St, CO, D m m m i STOVES & STOVE REPAIRS tax-payer- s. ;S-t- poll-tax- HEATING : STOVES Dresi-MaVlii- i; 77-- KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, C P-OTBLI- SALE. i Dry Court-hous- e poor-hou- se poor-hous- Never-failin- Corn Wanted. 77-t- d FRZWXTT. ,jj V .1 Ul VJ t v. r, .frjjv . , ,i.t J ,.' ; v.tt ' in mmm MJ 9. ! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal HOW TO RUN AN INCUBATOR. The Mnnnpcr of Homestead Poultry I'arm TclU UI I'xporlciice. I AY w INSURANCE AGENT When Boby wan nick, wo (javo her CvtorK weather was bitter cold. "Oh, Willie!" said littlo Gertrndo, Boston. Wngnor Train has When she wm n Child, she cried for CostorlA. Tliia nmcnlflcont After trying two years to rniso chick-en- s "What shall wo do? Wo aro bo poor thnt When sho beenmo MIm, alio clung to Out or) v. under lions without success, wo con- - wo have no fuel with which to cook n been built especially for service betweon When she had Children, she gr vothctn Costorla. V. M. McAfl'lt, YMAK IX ADVANCM eluded to try nn incuhntor, and it worked porterhouse steak for -t Me Kinney, Ky, $2 r3Slt our dear mamma." Cincinnati, Now York and Boston, runS26 wlU be ch"8ed'" to well that we want no uioro hatching CVWhen ot "And it is of no use for us to try to ning through solid to theso cities withunder hens. The incubator was ordered borrow from tho neighbors." out change of cars. Composed ol EleI in Mnrch, but did not arrivo until April. "No. Thero is nothing loft to borrow." gant Coachrs, Wagner Sleeping Cars, LiUuclclln'a Arnica Srtlvo. Then it was three weeks more beforo wo K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Where is tho cat?" asked littlo Ger- brary and Cafe Car, and Hotel Dining The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises could pet it to work properly. After trude sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fover sores, tetter, chapI'ersns Imvlne claims against the etiate of C a, m., returning it has becomo famous. Complete in ped hands, chilblain, corns and all skin erup Cr getting it thoroughly heated tho eggi Twin naves Rowland at 7:00 "Here," replied Willie. il, Itrown. resent them properly Prove n pay requirtions and positively tho ed, ttisintaranteedcures piles, or no satisfaction by Feb, deciSf will tthoe who owe all of its appointments it is 1, and will comt put in. As I had never had any were "Put her up on tho woodshed and to ifivw perfect t5ML.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD "king of tho road." experienco with n lnnchino beforo iu twist hor tail." or money refunded, l'nco 15 cents per dox. lorwanl ana settle at once. t Admr , J.T. 1IROWN Point, Ky. le by A. R. Penny, Stanlord. kv. Pleasant Willio did so. It leaves Cincinnati at 0:00 p. m. daily For ..ii 7Pn fact, this was tho first I had over been Mail train going North..... In a short timo tho windows of tho from Central Union Station, making con3Pm I was doubtful as to results of tho first South.. ......... it Jtpm hatch, but uiado up my mind to give it ' neighborhood opened, and bootjacks . Kmreti train " South I nections with all through trains from the im 31 North........ h nil tho caro nnd 'attention I possibly t Bhowerod down. ... 0 Gertrude gathered South and lands passengers in Now York p Lscal Freight North .. tn .......ao-South-...- -. could. I watched it pretty closely niKht them tin nnd said: Station, avoiding Having secured ttie services ol Miss Mattie AlAll persons Indebted to the estate of Miss Kste The latter tralni also carry passengers. and day and did not get n good night's "Thero, Willio, put tho kitty carefully City at Grand Contral season. I SoUr len from ! calculated on llandard time. go East tako cordially Cincinnati as Trimmer for thu carefully .Swope will please settle on or before December I, The above rest for tho threo weeks tho eggs wero! away; wo may need hor again when theso ferry transfer. When you Invite the ladies to Inspect a next and those hsvint; claims airatntt her will preitaa it about ao minutes falter. selected stock ol Millinerr at prices to suit the sent them propeily wrlfied for payment 10 the this train. hatching. I110 result was that I took, bootjacks nro burned." The ladles are D. B. Martin, General Passenger and times Stamped I.inen invited to see my nice, new undersigned by that time. W. M. SWOPK, 230 chicks out of tho incubator from 320 and Kmhroidery Material. Was not Gertrudo a wiso littlo girl to QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. . line ol t Ticket Agent. MISSLICCIK 11KAZL.KY eggs. I put them in tho brooder nnd profit bo well by what sho read in tho Stanford, Ky. E. O. McCormick, Passonger Tralllc City as follows : Trains pass Junction succeeded iu raising most of them. Al- comic papers? Washington Star. Mannger. I nSnuth.hound.No. . ,Vestibule Limited. v? it.50 though it was late, I concluded that I -- THE OLD- . . . . r . m,, .u. 3., e. m.j rxo. 3 , unicago umncu, 1.35 A Touch Story. Are your children subject to croup? If a. you New Orleans KxpreM. ti 7 a. m.; No. 7., Local, would try it again, putting in 800 eggs. bottle My two farms, adjoining. Very near Kings-vl- ll ii.tt p. m. No. 9., Ulue Grais estibute, 8.40 p. This time, ns I knew moro about runWhen it comes to toughness, Texas should never be without aacertain of Chamberlain s cure Tor croup, It is station. One or either of them. One M. Conch Remedy. a little over 91 acres, the ether 110 acres. North bound. No. 2, v'estibule Limited, 6.48 ning tho machine, I did not attend to it grass fed beef is entitled to tho blno rib- and has nevir been Vtiown to fall. If given SAM II. WARNACK, Pror. All highly improved with good residence, bsrns, n. m. !No a.. Fast Mail. 1.41 p. m. ; No. 6 , Chlga- - or watch it so closely. I regulated it bon, and tho nvcrngo Toxns landlord i3 as soon as the croupy cough appears it ill prevent . wnn uiouwniu v. .tix-vsoie reliance m., o. a , uocai, a.jj a. m.. it them boring s,tao - KENTUCKY. Ac Call and see and peaches onyoung gi acre night nnd morning when filling tho Burj to get tho toughest beef in tho mar- of mothers who is tie croupy children, and never London, fto.Limited, a.a;a. special, cam. havo Iruit trees, apples 10, liluo Urass the There Is nodanger in tarm Old age and Infirmities my reason for wantket. "Is thero n carpet beating estab- diaprointstnem and fioquent doses, as Riving this lamp and turning tho eggs. I did not s ing to sell. it contains Refitted and refurnished and tn every w Remedy In large All unincumbered. loso a wink of Bleep this timo. Still I lishment next door?" risked a nowly ar- nothing Injurious. 50 cent bottles nared to attend the wants of the public D. M. CRKIGHTON. very reasonable. got 225 chicks from 2o0 fertile eggs. I rived guest at nn Austin hotel. Kingsvllle, Ky. For sale ty W II. Mckoberts, Druggist, did not havo such good luck raising this "Not that I know of," responded tho a lot ns tho first, for something went urbano clerk. JOHN B. DoNARDI, I"1! The best plaster Dampen and bind it over mc D. S. fain Halm wrong with tiio brooder lamps whon tho "Well, then, you must havo a h withChamberlam'a pain. It Is belter than any piaiter W hen At the well. known old stand ol J. II. Green, In Oarriago Painter and seat ol shop in tho cellar. Do you shoo tho lungs aro sore such an application on the chest Trimmer, chicks wero only a few days old, nnd and another on the back, between the shoulder when I went to look at them in tho horses down in tho cellar?" - Kentucky, All kinds of vehicles painted trimmed and There Is blades, will olten prevent pneim onla In firtKlist style "No, of course not." morning tho lamps wero both out and Plain and ornamental nothing so good tor a lame back or a pain in the always be cared in Would be glad to see his numerous friends and hips Satisfaction guaranteed In both workmanmost of tho chicks chilled 60 that that "What's all that pounding as if thoro side. A sore throat cana nearly bandage dampen. show them his stock of goods consisting ol Furni- ship and price ihop on main street, over Wm. llinnel by applying they did not get over it. In tho first was n boiler factory in full blast or somo one nlht ture, Saddlery, Hardware, llugglea and farming DauKhetty's blsckimith shop, Stanford, Ky. CdS1 biuleVfoTaal. b, W. B. MeRob.nr, Drug. Implements. Give him a call. batch thero wero probably between 40 cooper nt work driving down hoops?" "Oh, that's nothing but tho cook Clt, tstanlord. and CO eggs holding birds ready to como ..STANfORD. out, but all dead. I wrote tho maker of pounding tho beefsteak for breakfast." m Electrio DlttorB. Toxas Sif tings. tho incubator as to tho probable cause, remedy ia becoming so well known and so This JF.LLICO. TKNNKSSKE, JIBsofafely FED AND SUE STASH nnd ho replied that it was for want of popular as to need no special mention. All who LIVERY, have used Electric Itinera sine the samo sot.tr of Voro Them Out. moisture, although thero wero two pans Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. medicine does not esist and it Is praise. A Beforo tho night session began tho guaranteed purer all that is claimed. of water nbovo tho eggs. At tho last At John Mjnefee's new brick on Dipot itiett, by to do Liver and diseases of the will cure 'A cream of tarter baking pow- hatch I put a shallow pan of water un- Benato had adjourned, Bays Kato Footo, Timerswill removoallPimple.. Hoila, Salt Ulieuti. and The best hotel tn the elty and the only one with W. RAMSEY, blooj, der. Higest of all in leavening der each egg trny on tho eighteenth day, and several senators wero gotting their other affections caused by Impure prevent wills a sample rim for drummer. Kspecta attention system and hats in tho cloak room, ilr. Stewart drive malaria from tho fevers. Fer cure and thero wero fewer dead birds. glad to accommodate all to the traveling public Rates U. Who will stall times be strength. Latest United States rlleure all malarial Tho chicks wero fed first on tho infer- among them, when ono of his fellow sen- ache. Constipation and lndisestion, try Mecttic with good rig. at rtasouable rates. My Mlus Iwill Government Food Report. jS or money meet all K. C. trains. tile eggs boiled nnd chopjwd up fiuo: ators said, "Stowart, you remind mo of Illtteia. Entire satisfaction guaranteed m . relunded. l'rlco 50c and Ji per Dome ROYAL'.BAKINGJPOWDER CO., then wo mixed up cornmeal and bran a clergyman." ilr. Stowart naturally l'enny's drug store. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. SPLENDID FARM with milk, baked tho mixturo and stared, aud then laughed and said, "How, 106 Wall St., Now York. crumbled it up aud fed it dry. After pray?" " Ycd, you aro liko a certain minIt Should Do in Every Uoubo Pa Call at the Shaipsburg, room and see the tho first week they had Binall wheat and ister who was tolling a friend that ho n. 371 A. S. J. Ve Wil.cn, be wClay street, King's New Dlst llhout Dr. will not ivs cracked corn in fact, anything they had preached two hours and a half. ,:.,.., Cor ("mi. umution. Couehs ami uoius. un I will sell pnvatclr SURGEON DENTIST. and Boat Soloctod with pneua would eat. Finely ground bono is a 'Were you not very tired? said tho friend it cured his wife who was threatened when vailou Stock Office over McRiberts Drug' Store .'.Injthe nes sympathetically. No, no, I was as fresh monla alteran attack of La Grippe Splendid Farm of 150. Acres, valuablo addition to tho bill of fare. bad done My and 'everal Owsley Building. Or Millinery In town The geo.li and prices aic as a rose, but you should havo scon tho mnenoremedies Robert llarber, of Cookjport, I a , James Bufton in Rural New Yorker. good. her Stanford. done Situated iH mile. South ol Stanford. This farm bound to pleat you, claims that Dr. King's New Discovery ha. congregation.' "Argonaut, MRS. P T COURTS. ' Is in a hlgn state of cultivation and has plenty of 10 him more goo.1 than anythlmr he ever It I ree the best ol water All in gran but 40 acres. Has Nothing like it Try Trouble. Live Stock rccll:iK. very best of improvements. trialWtle. at A. R. Penny's drug store. LatKc the Cnuse Tor Thanks. W. W. HAYS, Manlotd. Ky. Our manner of feeding each kind of ;;.tf The Spartan mother was palo and res- bottles 50c and Si. stock is as follows: Horses when not at the drug busJ. H.SOWDER. I will open on January i&th, 1893. a Mr. W. M. Terry, who has been In twelve years, W. H.MILLKR. work receive six enr3 of corn in tho olute. Her hand trembled as it rested for the past Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol upon tho armored shoulder of her only iness bet morning and four quarts of oats in tho "'Chamberlain'. Cough Remedy Bives NICHOLASVILLK, Jessamine County, Ky., ersey milk to the people of btanlord and MILLER & SOWDER, to go forth to battle, her red tef satiilactlon than any other cough medicine I at the following prices, delivered: evening, with plenty of good, nutritious son about ...1. ti Th... ii 1 raoi riiwn iui iui n so cents hay, and nro turned upon a bluo grass lips wero set stonily and her eyen wero so Fresh Milk, per gallon other wlli cure a cold so lily;nooth no other f. SEAL ESTATE to cent INSUSMCE AGENT, Skimmed Milk, por gallon a preventive and cure for croup; pasturo ever day that is not stormy, dry. -:- "My boy," Bho eaid solemnly, "como o,ls much relief in cases of whooping cough. 8cenu aud when working they get eight ears of Butter Milk, per gallon by V H. Mcltoberu, Diugglsts, StanFor sale Room 5, Farmers Kachange Hank Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage oi the corn or bIx quarts of oats threo times a back with your shield or upon it, nnd ford, Kv. J G. A. PEYTON, thank your lucky Btars it's only war, and public Is solicited, .ul day, with nn hour at noon to eat hay. Stanford, Ky Brokers, yr. t Doalors not football." Our cattle, such as dry cows, heifers Grain, Market and With her benlson then ho departed. VA'RNON, STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY Stock, Farms in the Blue-Gras- s Tobacand steers, aro fed onco a day with shell- Puck. co ed corn and oats in equal parts, with the office pC"n; Office Interior Journal Building I. a candidate for plenty of hay all tho timo. Our milk Left Her There. B B. RILiEY.lProprletor, ty Judge; subject to the action of Always for ssle AK Timber Lands In the mouncows nro fed liberally twico a day with Leeds Hello, Mansfield. I thought tains (or tile. Correspondent solicited. - - - Kentucky. ground feed oats and corn, or oats, corn you were going to send tho winter in SAIJS. London, GIVENS t have moved to my new Hotel and am better aud bran. To tho calves aro given night Florida? ever to Mansfield So I was, but I camo back I Fine Ulue Grais Farm ol jjjJi acres on pike Prepared thanattached accommodate the public and morning ground oats and corn, I. a Candidate lorotCounty Judge of Lincoln, and every convenience de- about and finely imprevcu, Democracy. quart apiece. yesterday. the to the action sired. Give me a rn- ntC FRANK RILEY. a. Farm of 100 acies, finely Improved. Offered Tho sheep nro fed onco n day on Leeds What was tho matter? Didn't n at low pric. ' shelled corn and oats in equal parts, with tho climato ugreo with you? ' O. .ANFOHD, KY., In high hay, and are turned upon a bluo grass Mansfield Yes, but my wifo didn't. 4. Vine Plue Grass Farm, of tosacre. Isacandidale for Jailer, subjeettothe action of state of cultivation, well improved ottered low pasturo during tho day when tho Truth. the Democratic party. He would appreciate your Geod weather is favorable. vote. FIRE AND STORM 5. Farm of 141 acres, near R. R. staileu. Hail A'ltireclnted It Lout; Ilefore. blue grass land; will sell cheap. Our hogs aro fed lightly with corn Mr. Noodlo (who has just been narHotel, renovated it now acres, on pike, two In This charge and I Intendand refurnished, so as twico a daj, and all get a small ration JOHN M. JOHNSON 7. Illue Grass Farm ol to conduct It to laud; low notmy miles from Stanlord j good only maintain Its high reputation, but to add of oihneal twico a week, which, to- rating n humorous adventure) Er why of Lincoln 'county price and on easy terms. Ai-- " ..Representing don't you laugh? I don't believe you ap- Is a Candidate for ot the Democratic party. to Its leng litt ol fnendt. Special accommodagether with tho houso slops, keeps them subject to the actlot tions for commercisl travelers and fiuo looms fOI preciate tho story. in fiuo condition. 8tii. Townttln Stanford In areasj to suit Ihedltploy of samples. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; purchasers. Miss Caustique On tho contrary, Mr. Wo raiso our calves upon tho A. GIVENS iAtFirst-Clas- s Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; turning them to and from them cows, Noodles, I havo always said it was a lent acre fine larm wit e Saloon 17. night good story. Chicago county, sub- mill, d veiling and other Improvements, en pike, Kecord. Philadelphia; Is a Candidate for Sheriff or Lincolnparty. And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached Pennsylvania Fire, aud morning uutil they nro 4 or 5 miles from Mantord. 4 ject to the action of the Democratic jMI JOSKI'H COFFKV capable ot division months old, but beforo weaning them wr 14 Large blue grass larm, Ins. Co. of North America. A Crookeil Cure. Idio smaller farms Desirable In every partiou Companies. I would nlways havo thein taught to eat ground All of which are Ur. Offered low and on very easy terms. Pol. feed and scarcely over havo ft calf to be pleased to wait o nmy friends in this line. tornaJellico Coal Co., frame building; well finlih-e- d Falls Branch tcies promptly issued. Will insure against subject to tho action cf 6. Good fall off from weaning. Cor. Breeder's Is a candidate for Jailer, does, wind storms aud lightning. Lightning on Main strwt. in Kisiern part f Stanfoad. party the democratic Mineraapd shippers ol the OKNUINK Gazette. Will sill al a bargain. without additional charge. 75 feet front, 3oo back. It was night. llllo nml Gertrude. Tho Tho finest train in America is conced ed to bo tho Southwestern Limited via BIG FOUR ROUTE to New York and HOTIOEJ. The Livery firm of Alford ft McAfee, McMn-nehat ditutlved and the accounts of the film ore in Mr. Thttnas Waller's hands for collection. If yen lire (n debt to the firm, plesc settle with htin,as we are ansious to set nur business c lined AM'OKD, up. 74y, Friday Published Every Tuoadoy and. AT j I I NOTICE to-da- y 4 7J-4- 3n TO THE LADIES. XTOTICE 7J-- lAd-iir- 1 -- 1 FOB. SALS -- fre-l- JACZSON HOTTSE, ivpre-Rate- )T -- htan-for- d. 75-- tf W&1 Howaef Pure blnck-Emit- rl.0' CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo," 7i Th.o Floronoo Hotel, Me kid-ney- s. J. Pro'r., ij-o- ui SHd PRICE, For Snlc Clicnp Privately. post-offi- Largost Py-lcU- DAIRT. RILEY First-Cla- sa J. T. FARRA, i Ilow-an- d 1 . cer-tai- REAL ESTATE ai-- and THE HOUSE WALLACE E. JAMES W. PROPERTY FOR 5'-J- '" sub-Je- 11 - THE GOFFEY HOUSE X H. BAUGHMAN, P. HUFFMAN J JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. 1 1 'Hue-gra- n J. Ninety-thre- 1 ee first-cla- ss DINK FARMER two-sto- ry claus-esatuch- Office at F'rst National Bank, Stanford. COME to SEE ME. Having purchased the Grocery ( : Business Par- - Of J. W. Ramsev, lam Increasing the stock as f st as. possible and will soon have it "What! Don't you recognize mo! I'm your nephew Frank. I was in a railCall at my store on Lancaster street and I will "Just think of Eomo farmer that feeds way accident and havo just heen disstake it to your interest to trade with me. his mares well on oats from tho time charged from tho hospital, cured!" Life. ! D. timo nnd W.C. HUTCHINCS. they wero Btinted until foaling tho colts to the office of As. Is a candidate for Itewiml of Patience. then compare their .colts with 3 subject to action of the Excited Husband (rushing in with sessor, of Lincoln County, of somo shiftless farmer that feeds corn. At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile West democratic party. A. G. Lanham John'B. Castleman, of Kingsvllle, Lincoln county. We have as fine a Though tho colts are from dams that aro telegram) Claribel, an old undo of stock of Fruit Trees as any roan ever handled, ready lor traniplanung tn or.rwrd and gardm aliko nnd sired by tho samo horse, you mine has died and left mo a fortuno of this Fall Orcharcs of Apples and Peaches will can seo a vast difference in favor of good $100,000. hundred to suit be Joyful Wife I am so glad, Henry. Is a candidate for jailer, aubject'to the! action of Theassortedare nice, customers at J10 per hyery feeding. You can feed for good bono the varieties the best trees the dtmocracy. to mike home attractive and the thing needed Wo can get a new clothes basket now, and muscle aud a Balablo animal." children happy wlli be found here For circulars can't we? Cliicago Tribune. address J. A. McKEE ft CO., Did you ever try to doctor a hog? Kingsvllle, Ky. 64 In England mutton is not considered Keeping1 Up Appearances. lubject to theaction of Is a candidate for jailer, at its best till tho sheep is from 2 to 0 Futlltes Tho press will publish the the old Jeuersonun democracy years old. That is rather Blow for us. fact that you havo signed a contract Wo in 18 BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN aud want tho samo resultsthem. months, with us nt $300 n week. we aro going to havo B. Wiggs But what am I to receive? grape Full stocks of Keep your hog pens clean and dry. MANAGERS,: Futlites You ungrateful man, didn't Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of vines, asparagus,fruit and ornamental trees, everysmall Iruits, shrubs, and Besides that, put into them n box filled I give you 75 cents last Friday? Kato the Democracy. thing usually found In a nuriery e.tabllshnient. We rell direct to the planter and have no agents. Commerce Building, Louisville with a mixturo of 0 parts ashes, S parts Field's Washington. Catalogue on application. salt and 1 part copperas. Keep this box H. F. HILLKNMF.YKR, Agents throughout the South. Leaiugton, Ky. m Another Purpose. filled with tho mixture, so tho pigs can subject to the Taction et Is candidate Spencer Why does Miss Boldleigh thea dcniociacy.ior aller, help themselves at will. With this and W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, sprinkling tho hog yard freely with crudo hido her faco behind her fan when men s. STANFORD, KY. carbolic acid or air filakod limo, you can compliment her? Is it to conceal her ax-aalmost defy hog cholera, especially if blushes? Ferguson No. It is to conceal the part of your hog feed is something, else subject to the action 01 Is candidate VITAL TO MANHOOD. fact that she can't blush. New York thea demociacy. for jailer, than corn. Tho hog sales at tho Columbian show Herald. I HIJIYC BAAIM Jf wero satisfactory to everybody con SAM M. OWENS, A Definition. cerned. KT "What is your idea of dude?" ho asked I. a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub Ml 4s"raTiflJsslsss1ssssssssBsn The biggest four lecrcred I102 at the of a bright Washington girl. ject to the acUon 01 tne ucmociam. tn. j. Dll. E. O. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT World's fair was a boar weighing actu"A dudo," sho answered, after reflecpeclflc lor Hysteria, Dizziness, Fits, Neu MENT, ralifia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused bj ally about 870 pouuds, though tho fairy tion, "is n young man who isn't good for D. NEWJLAND, alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression tales in circulation about him claimed anything except to hang a chrysanthet Hot tening of Drain, causing lnxanltv, misery, decay Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, death, Premature Old Ace, Barrenness, Loss 01 1,300. mum on." Washington Star. to the action of the democratic primary. J'ower In either sex, I tn potency, Leucorrhiea nnd si Foot rofc is apt to attack sheep that .Female Weaknesses, Iuvoluutary Losaes, Hperma torrticea cauted by of brain, An Uncertain Definition. pasturo long nt a timo on low, wet A month's, treatment, f ATBinks I see thnt somo one has defined 0 for 13, by mall. With each order tdt 0 boxes, wltt lauds. IT will send written guarantee to refund If not cured a friend as "the first person who comes luarunUe(.lH!ued by ncent. WEST'S LIVER 1'ILU Ten ewes and a blooded ram mako a Barber Shop Is a Candidate fer Jailer of Lincoln county and Jesse Thompson's gono out." cure Hick Headache, llllloutoeM, Liver CozLpIalnt good beginning for askshU friends not to commit themselves to any tho email farmer in after the wholo world has iJourfltumach, Dyspepsia and Constipation. There are three ol the best Darters in the Slate Winks Well, I don't think I would one else, aa he is forced to stay at home and work. There are el UIAKANTEE3 Issued only by who wants to go into sheep. In two veeiUm nth rlm ln con. His candidacy it subject to the action ol the Demnection. Agent for Lexington SteamLaundry. years at most tho blood must bochauged caro to have a bailiff for a friend. ocratic party. Truth. PENNY, A. It. and a new ram procured. was? Complete in Every ticular. U10 Slock I'olnto. Tho best trotting timo in 1893 was again made by Nancy Hanks, but 6ho has not equaled her famous 2:01. ner best this beasou was A man who he d beeu in tho habit of raising his hogs year after year on tho "swill gathered from hotels" was surprised to find nt length that ho began to loso his hogs rapidly by diseaso nnd deatli. Do yon wonder what tho reason wifl . (JV - - 'ftUrt- Jf - - ,.1... Hanging Fork 17 Small farm of 19 aeres on Will exchange for suial house and lot er sell at easy terms. 1 Tit. l e are the sole agents ler .Stanford .and action of low price on Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject U the Rowland. Ollicc corner ot Depot street and railthe Domoctacy. So aeres, sj. Small farm ol bargaiu. a miles Irum Stanfcrd road crossing. 6 clllmprovcU, at a HIOGINS .V WATTS. Farm of 60 acres on llsnglng Fork, near it. Fine Illue grntsUnd, action Turnersville Is a Candidate for Asseisor, subject to the froata on pike, with go,l imprmements and nice young orchard. Price low. of the democracy. e and cottage, nicely and is. Hotel, McKINNLV, KY. conveniently located, near depot In London, Kv. Nine 100ms in dwelling, four iomt in cottage. I have bought above iiientioned.'llotel at rcoms All new buildings. Also action More house of 3 Is a Candidate for Assessor, subjectlto;tne nnn,l l.im Lot joo x ido feet Fine location lor and have attached a of the Democratic party. store and hotel. Will sell cheap an I on ea.y terms First-Clas- a Pool Room. G. W. DEBORD M. Original Jellico Coal. F. ELKIN, Commercial Hotel, JNO tHIGHT store-hom- E. KENNEDY, Bar and Fruit Trees For Sale 1 Have repaired and 'refurnished the Hotel and am better than ever Prepared to Accommodato tho Public. Hoecial attention to Commercial Men. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. W.LDAWSON, and Feed Stable attached, , W' Proprietor. JLSh ROUT, Manager. "-E- Fine i.iery Insurance Company JOHN BAILEY, New Millinory. " Urcnard, LawiV Garden. JOHN MERSHON My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Just re turned Irotn the cities with an elegant line of mil. linery, embracing ALL OF THE NOVELTIES Of the scamnof which she will have lull control She alto engaged a Firt-Olas- W. W.HAYS, 68-- 1 s Dress-Make- r. PETER HAMPTON, HP 6 Call and esamlne my stock or Millinery before buylnR and leave your order for your dresses. I hanking you for past favor, we solicit same. MAUY DAVIS DUDDERAR. JAMES YEAOER. J THOMA? YEAOER. V-.(- -- W over-eiertlo- n YEAGER & YEAGER, Lim FEED AND SAU IUU Opera House T. STANFOItD, E.Y. We'are In our new stable in ih Olocklaiid are well supplied with sub-jec- , e. 1 T. J. HATCHER -- ;new rigs andhorses; Have b en purchased and nothingbut umiiuts will leave in stable. first-clats -- ,, Stanford. JJIU Give tliciii a Call. i'L' ll-HI ?&, : XZL-- . wxaA. kVtfa.. - , vrf lAMajt-j-