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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894083101 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 1894 $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. --- - 1 ' I x ' . J ,. .v -- . 'v IHl V Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. ROWLAND. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 31. 1894. NO. 52 Tho London Blovlatlons by Bobbitt. (To the Editor ol the Interior Journal.) to-da- y. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. on Ow Wo will bet 100 ells' noinitiHtlon in tt.o Ashland tllntrict. -J- udge Harnett compromised tho caau against young Hardin, for 87 and Frank Cordier has bought n will boou Btart out, taking photent ami tographs. It in reported that Mies Cora Klmore eloped with Mr. Hammonds last Sunday, to get married. Judge Harnett pickH his teeth after drinking water, at meal time, to make tho people think that ho has eaten. This waa told for a joke, but it suits tbu times, yet water is not his favorite drink. J. II. Hilton, of Livingston, J. V. Carrier, of Richmond, MrB. Klmore, of Jelllco, Jack Perkins, of Lexington, Robert Darnott, of IIuHtonvllle, and Albert Klrkpatrick, of Paducah, havo been among friends and relatives here, this week. -- Zn Dudderar and wife, of LoulHvllte, attended the funeral of her father, Win. Moutray, on Tuesday. The funeral was well attended and many regrets are expressed over the mysterious and untimely departuro of such a gootl citizen, father and husband. It is to be hoped that tho prospocta for better times sluce tho repeal of tho republican tarill laws, will havo a tendency to unite the democracy nil over tho country, and imbuo each one with, the old family spirit by which, although we may have our own contentions, we will unite and fight, hand in hand, when assailed by the commou enemy, like the man and his wife did, near Turnersville. when the constable tried to stop the family fight. We fear that Kev, GeorgoO. Harnus, for whom wo have nn admiration approaching adoration, has departed from that pure nnd lovely doctrine, which he has presented so long nndio ably; in appealing to tho voters to caat their for lireckluridge. Tho forgiveness is all right, but what about the crown? He has always taught that there is a difference between the sinner's and tho stint's salvation. One being saved in his sins nnd the other from his sins. One going through tribulations and tho other being crowned. Breckinridge, by anal-ogbelongs to tho firat named, and should bo tried odor a high honor is thrust upon him. Kven tho elders in tho church were to be men of good repute and blameless before God. of Indignation has A slight been expressed here, on account of ref- ornnru tieinu made, bv the I.ntkuiob Journal, In Its last Issue, to this place, as an "ungodly town." It la true they now have no J10.000 monthly pay roll to drop In Stanford, but it io doing well, under tho circumstances. Billings' statement of a man latrue of a town "When it starts down hill everything is greased for the occasion." It alao verifies the poa-Hticks, i r' Mason Logan, an old Garrard county citizen, haa been granted a pension. KY. The average court day crowd was in A Preparatory and Collegiate School for Girls. Thirty-thir- d year town Monday, but business waa not exopens Sept. 5, 1S94. A large nnd able facultv Students last session good. tra from i States. Thorough training under Christian influence at mode- Mrs. T. W. Held, of this place, waa rate cost. Send for catalogue. Address Miss Scott, Anchorage, Ky. awarded first prize for velvet quilt at tho Lexington fair. Garrard Collego will open next Tuesday and the prospects for a largo nttend-anc- o aro very flattering. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Klder Graham Krank la holding a protracted meeting nt New Antioch, 4, 1894. which is being largely attended. Mips Sallio Tillett bought tho Full corps of Comervatory ami Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music laid Monday for $1,100. She An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. will havo tho property repaired before moving into it. Rev. R. R. Noel has had the misfortune to lose his residenco near Hiattsville by fire. A large quantity of the contents was saved, though badly damaged. 10, 1894. Tho young ladiea of the "middle Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as folBot" gato a party Wednesday evening at lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineerthe residenco of Miss Nannie Harris. A ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. large crowd attended and had a good COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF .TUITION. time Police Judge J. O Hemphill's term Board in dormitories $2. 25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. He has mndo a For Catalogues apply to of oflico expires capital judge, and by his fair and imparJAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, tial decisions has added many friends to Lexington, Ky. his already long list. W. M. Totter, who was elected judge last fall, will be sworn V. H. Higgins. W. B. McKinney. in A colored patent mediclno tramp has been entertaining the small boys and ing. street loafera Beveral nights this week by Mr. Irvin with whom I passed the free shows on the public equare. They night, told me of a trapper, who caught performed at the Wednesthree beara at once on Brushy mountain day night and charged a dime, when the My Mother's Pantry. on Puckett Creek. The trap was made attendance waa not aa large as usual. I low lit of logs and set with triggers. He caught to mc are the day of rar childhood. it Misses Alice Young and Minnie May When fouJ recollection presents them to view, an old bear and cub in tho trap at the Armstrong are visiting at Capt. F. Ja The puddiojt, the pies, the sorghum when bllcJ same time, and another cub was a Bleep White's. Mr. John L. Anderson has regood, on top of the trap, which he shot and turned to Ids post of duty in the pension And the other nice things thepanirjr held too! We have our plows in and can show you the How oft when mother was nowhere around then proceeded to dispatch the two in oflico at Washington City, Miss Ella I'd sneak in that pantry, and'there Healthily tho trap. He told me of a bear chasing Watson haa returned from a week's visit cram, a boy up a sapling and grabbed at his to Crab Orchard. Mr. Clyde Herring, of Till no joy, Pa think, could cliewhere be found leg as he went up and caught him by the Louisville, is in town on business. To equal the pleasures that were jammed In that hem of his breeches' leg aud tore quite Jam! The grand jury adjourned Wednespanpantry, Ihe The a rent. He said the bear kept him treed day, after finding 27 indictments. Thia try. pan try that lurotihid rse for nearly a half a day, rearing up tho jury deaeryea great praise, as they wasted The tree and gnawing at the root and cutting no time looking after little misdemeanors Jam. No long visitor waa ever that would not "stick" when the case And when I waa caught, ai sometimes 'twould be, many shines. with moro real joy than came to trial. Court has been in session bidden good-byWhile uilng ray handa in the jam at a dipper, For the money. Come and see them before you purchase. aultry 'twould be was that bear by that boy. I did not all week and a great deal of business is How hot then 'twould 'Round the spot where tell her see nuy signs of bear in my solitary jour- being attended to. Tho bulk of the civil slipper! gloomy Black or rugged business will be tried next week. For warmly 'twas used with lianda that were ney across tho Stone mountain. glowing Some fiend went to the residence of Close by the bottom of my gingham sham, Thero are somo very nice farms and Mrs. J as. Bettis on Danville street TuesTill tnc teart from my eyes, quickly o'trilowing, rich level bottom lands on Catron's day night about 11 o'clock aud tried to Kan nvuleti thro' the Main of the jam I Creek. Tho corn la quite heavy on that effect an entrance through the Kitchen panJ am laden pantry, the The creek. I took dinner yesterday with Mr. windows. Tho noibe awoke Mrs. Bettis, try. pantry that Curnlthcd me Alger, who Uvea in a fine white bouse on who called to the neighbors for help. The Jam. that creek and owns a fine farm, I was Some of them answered immediately man, And now I am old, and a only charged ono bill and that the 25 and the party eecaped. Thinking he With a ion of my own that favora hit dad cents for staying all night as before re- would not return, the neighbors went With an appetite built on the very aame plan, ferred to. I am so well pleased with homo. About two o'clock, Mrs. Bettis, Tnat han Vert for jam yei equally ai bad. these kind, hospitable, noble mountain- was again awakened by same noise. She Out when he attali jam, and on hiituother'i lap Itaternly corrected near hit little aham, eers, I am no more afraid of them hurt- made no fuss and the villian left, being try to look pioua, and aay to that chap : ing me than 1 would bo of my ranch unable to gain entrance. She is a widow Is Receiving1 Hii "He honeit my boy, and never iteat jam 1" pan loved friend, Scott Farris, of Crab Or" lady with several small children. No ar The pantry, the statement. chard. Even the bears seemed to know rests have been made yet. try. "When wo laugh, the world laughs with -:- -:- pantry that furnished my that when I come back in November and The U8 lam. .. With Thanks. W.L. McCarty Declines E.T.Smith. collect all these cash notes I took this When wo weep, we weep alone. To THK OlTIZKNSOF LlNCOLK CoUNTV. time I will have enough greenbacka to preaching God is with us and wo havo Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me caII. In auswer to the question : "What coldest day that ever Having been called on by many ot my and Sunday school. Send us some more la Home Without a Newspaper?" nn ex- warm them tho friends from the various precincts in the In the arctic zono. missionaries. Your correspondent has change says : "It is a place whero hats froze tho mercury Ono man, Mr. Fee, showed me a nigh county to become a candidatb to represucceeded In quieting tho people and are stuHed in tho window panes, where I crossed Martin's Fork of tho sent them in the next General Assembly, does not think that anything serious will children aro like young pigs, tho wife way after of Kentucky, I will say that I have conCumberland river by which Icutou" follow. like a sayago and the husband with a years ago sidered the matter seriously and thoughtground and yet three panorama of tho dismal swamp painted I had Bent his Bon to the penitentiary for fully and while I feel very much gratiAndA machine making V2 cigarettes a juice." Invented by a French- on his shirt front with tobacco life from Williamsburg. Although there fied at the llattering call of my friends, I minute has been Tin! C, H. Btid D. has created a senj were 11 lawyers on a side, yet when he feel that it would be impossible for me man. nation by announcing that, In connection got to Frankfort ho wrote back to mo. to leave my buaiueBS and make the race, For $10 cash Mrs. Win. Mooro sold with tho Drummond lino of Bteamurs, it "you sent mo hero and I will give you and I must reepectfully decline. Thankher IS months' old babe at Wabash, Inwill on September I run an excursion to $500 to got mo out." I have 10 good ing you most heartily for your protlered diana. for tho round trip Mackinac Island nt Now in stock will be sold colsupport. I am very respectfully, cases to go back to in November. of the real pigeon-blooHubiea from Cincinnati. Tho regular rate is V. L. McOautv. I asked a young lady who was playing worth 10 times their weight in diaor aro $17.10. Kingsville, Ky., Aug. 29, '94. for mo on tho organ, amid tho pauses of m monds. & Creswill waa gone Somehskt Faiii. The Queen tho musical storm, if when I Hecrulta for tho Chinese army "Sbntinal Alkktk." The Kentucky not bo accepted unless they can jump a cent route will run Bpecial trains from she would now and then send a wish or Veterans of the Mexican war are notifiOneida and from Burgin, including in- a thought after meV She commenced ditch six feet wide. ed that the annual reunion of the assocost of getting out a new time termediate stations, to Somerset nnd re- singing and playing, "Wherever Thou Tho ciation will be held at Lawrenceburp, visMayest Roam I Shall Think of Thee." card on systems as largo as tho L. ami . turn, to accommodate all desiring to bo a musical Ky., on the 2oth day of September, '94. it tho fair, Sept. Hit to 7th inclusive. See Thinking that this might is Bald to bo over $U,000. THE HERD OF Rate, accident, I then said havo I a hook to Comrade Alexander Williamson, of LexA hen has her best laying capacity email bills for schedules of trains. me that arrangements year. She will lay In nn av- one faro for tho round trip, good to re- hang a hope upon? Sho then began to ington, informs in her third been mndo with the Queen & CresRed o from GOO to 700 eggs. erage turn two days after the fair. Ask agent sing and play, "In thoSweet By aud By.' have for a rate of a fare an a third, and cent And I don't yet know whether all this for particulars. It la estimated that 1,200 tons of R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, I presume other roads will do likewise was a mere coincidence, intentional or ftB Much for You. havo been exported from feathers It May Do find out in November This applies also to the wives of deceas Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky, Mr. Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writes that he accidental. I ahnll Cape Colony during tho past HO years, nnd the wives and daughhad a Severe Kidnev troubl lor many yean, I was up bore trying to pass myself off ed comrades valued at $50,000,000. with nevpre tiaint ill his back and alio that hii ters of those living. Let us make this Pigs for sale from the best types of Registered tried many called Harrison will remain bladder. waa alfeclcd Heany good result.o About as a poor man to ingratiato myself with reunion equal, if possible, to that at Stock. llreedcrs secured from" the best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited Kiiliif cures but without In September, and a year xo he began use ol Hlectrlc Hitters and the juries nnd to get some young girl to in tho Kast till lato Oynthlana in 1SS1. It is expected that at once. Kleetric Hitters it especially his promised koynoto will not bo sound- found reliefeuro ot all Kidney and l.iver troublea marry mo for love, but Juage Hall, who papers will be read by Gen. Hobson and adapted to In tho John II. and often gles almost instant relief. -One trial was for tho prosecution ed in Indiana till October. will prove our statement, nice um- juc, lor Nolin case, Bald that ho had known mo Capt. McBrayer, describing the charge of Tho tallest man of whom thero aro arge bottles. At A. R. l'enny'a Drug Store. Second Kentucky Infantry at Buena for several years aud that I waa a very the authenticated measurement, was fun. Vista, In which Colonels McKeeand Clay A Quartor Century Tost. farm shak. wealthy man, a fine nam, of Scotland, who waa 11 feet and a For a quarter ol a century Dr. King's New Dis- ing and trembling under the tread of fell; and addresses by Generals Buck-ne- r, bIx inches. and the millions who have covery has been tested little moro than Buell, Williams and others. benefit from its ute testily to Its wondercattle, and from 100 to 200 abort-horSara Bernhardt has earned and spent received ful curative powers in all dUeases of the Throat, W. J. Landram, Wasn't acremedy that has stood the Chest and Lungs. A moro money than any other living Pres't Kentucky .Veteran Asa'n. so long and that has given so universal satistest man masquerading under tress. In the last 20 yeara she has earn- faction la no experiment. Each bottle is positive-be that awful to a will or the circulated it with ly guaranteed totfivc reliefto be themoney reliable a cloak of poverty? At Birmingham, England, a single ed fully 12,000,000 and most relunded. It is admitted When we were arguing the Nolin case, factory makes 80,000,000 pins per day. for Coughs and Colda. Trial bottles free at A. K. the extravagance of a princess. Penny's drug store. Largo siiejoc andji. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Col. D. II. Smith, wrote tho following A St. Louis paper suggests that if m A Pontwater, Mich., fellow rode hla of Eugene. note and paased it to Col. George B. Tur- Col. Breckinridge is defeated for Concitiieu A. M. It mcsni tht lis Qns and Crsfnt Jtontt li It mlln ifcortett bicycle into 12 feet of water to win a Oregon, Ilailey, awife has for years been troubled ays his Ve'wt.i Cincinnati auj Leilnftuu: M nilUi shorust Clnclnattl u made the best speech in gress, he might make up with Madaline MrilUsh..rtMtflnlnuatl tu.Ntr Urlnnj: J..iuU.LorwM wager. He was drowned and has no with chronic diarrhoea and used many remedies ner, "who has Ltaciunail I J CtutUiiuui. AlUuu, vr J acktonf Ult. r lorlu. with little relict until she tried Chamberlain's The answer was "By all oddB and go starring with her in "Led Astray, widow to collect tho amount of the bet. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea llemedy, which haa this case?" Mystery of the Hansom Cab." or the you the Hon. Fontalno Fox Bobbitt." welt. GIra it a SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS There's millions in it. Thus Providence frees tho Fool Killer cureu her sound andthe prompt relief trial and it alTords. will be surprised at Seasons Hotel" t TlcksWe an !nrTe. I saw the Rreat "Four t ?'.Ta all ef lh aott rl"t. Thronah riuelanaU t hnoilll. an I bottles (or sale by Dr. S. G. aj and jo cent from reponBibllity. tl.rooh lirt. Oulr Hue rrninla Ilu. I" Tf ran Mexico l N.w While In Chicaso, Mr. Charlei L. Kahler, a ana Tenn. A frontage of 750 Hocker, druggist, Stanford. at Harrogate, ia XstM'tllt. X. C. timet shoe merchant ot Dea Moinea, Iowa, rorn Loultf 111. VU Aik ajenti aWut tour to Cx time hhelljVuie. xna Lxxrtncchurr.dljTcl connection Is naJc at L.xlofUa To Mackinac The Q. & O. will sell Irving W. Larimore, physical director of Y. M. feet. It looks like a European palace Krominent a aerlout could of it Ue took such a sehardly talk or navigate, cold that he 1.1m .,UI,1U train. W all Joints tenth. and 4tb, for trains C. A., Det Moines, Iowa, says he can conscien- and is furnished like one. But 'tis clos- verethe prompt uae ot Chamberlain's Cough RemBIjf BAIBOJff. tickets September 3rd but tiously recommend Chamberlain's l'ain Halm to Ota'l l'ass'i Acat, ClaclnnaU. O. cured him of arriving Cincinnati before 7:30 a. m., the athletes, gymnasts, bicyclists, toot ball players ed. What a wanton waste of capital. edy hotel who hadhia cold no quickly that others at bad colds followed hit example tho low and the profession in general lor bruises, sprains would have built a and half a dozen persons ordered It Iromthe near4th, from points In Kentucky, at and stiffness of The amount invested QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. and dislocations : also for est drug store. They were proluse in their before In every district in 10 thanks to Mr. Hahlcr lor telling them how to cure reduced rates. Route to Mackinac is via the muscles, when applied cure in the parts be- fino school-hous- e one hall the come swollen it will effect a a bad cold so quickly. counties in Kentucky. Q. & 0., O. H. & D. and Lake Steamers time usuelly required. For sale by Ur. S, G. Hocker, druggist, StanFor sale by Dr. ri. G. Hocker, druggm, Stangood to September 17ih to reFontaink Fox Bonnirr. ford. Tickets ford. M-T- lion. costs-Judge Manufacturing Corn iH l fl1" opMtlon again. l,,,n' was just a little over 2;000 peo ple on tho (air grounds the innt day. Mr. Unfits Baker lelt Wednesday night for Florida, where he will iniiko his future home. Laurel county watermelons tiro later than usual this year, of larger sizo and cheaper than over knowii before. Mr. Burnett, of Knoxville, Tenn., hns pitched a photographer's tent on C. II. Faria' lot near Michler's store. Peter Cooper Kvorsole has a new boy, which made its Hppearauco last Sunday. Grandpa W. S. Jackson is doing well. Congressman Silas Adams was hero Wednesday shaking hands with his many friends. He will speak here next county court day. Mr. Shumate, of Cor bin, is now proprietor of tho Jackson Hotel. Mrs. Edward Parker and Miss Carrio Smith have typhoid fever. Architect Fred Hugi has been given the contract to build a handsome residence for Hon. Kd Parker in the suburbs of London. H. C. Broughtou, who has been making London his home for several years past, has moved to a farm In 1'ulas-k- i county. He exchanged property with Mrs. John Mcilargue. Last Friday night some thief entered a raised window of J. U. Hardin's aud took about $12 out of a ehot sack in his coal pocket. Thero vas $30 in his pants near by that the scoundrel over looked. Haua.n, Va , Auo. 28. I arrived at I lagan, Va , I havo been two days coming from Harlan town. I walked all tho way and catno alone. What a fine time I had with nature in her wild unbroken solitudes! I stayed all night last night at the base of tho lofty Stone mountain nt the yery comfortable, home of Mr. Irvin; fried chicken for breakfast and Bupper and bill only a quarter of n dollar, which I would persist in doubling. He told mo many bear nnd panther tales quite scary last night, but when day dawned and the glorious sun dispelled the vapore, the spectres and phantoms woven from the mists during the silent hours of night, I set boldly forward for Hagan fearing no noise. Now and then I would meet a backwoodman or more than ono with the indispensable Winchester, but the all treated me moat civilly and I knew that all tho people In Harlan looked upon me as the Indians did Captain John Smith, as some kind of strange magician, whom it would not be safo to kill, and I feared no danger. I met two women who had been to Hagan shopping. They were on foot and and one of them had her lap full of goods, which alio did not protend to drop when alio met me, but they returned my salutation aud wo paased to meet no moro, but I could not help observing that, although her education might bo limited, yet eho had a good understand- B ELLEWOOD seminary Anchorage, Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. Tea-coc- k State CoUegeo&Kentueky Opens September to-da- y. conrt-hous- o PLOWS htif-frag- o (am-lade- n plum-puddi- Best Plow on the ket. Mar- e y, get-h- ow bruad-hottom'- d HIGGINS & MeKINNEY. plum-puddi- d imwtnmwMA AND 1 jam-lade- n plum-puddin- g FALL WINTER GOODS. le u 1JrD CECESTI -- REFRIGERATORS W. H. WEAREN & CO. BLUE-GKAS- d f life-tlm- Duroc Jersey Swine 1 h cwSSBSSfmwB nt i? m blue-gras- s 17 n thocourt-houBefullofladleato- o. 109 23 90 m wcll-knaw- n m. turn. Av.VF ,...-- JtfU'JU,." Mrs. Mary E. Harris, of Roxbury, In bis speech at Athens Monday, Col. Semi-WeekInterior Journal Breckinridge referred to Judge Durham as Mass., has had the hobby for 30 years of a pious old fraud, who waa.mad with him collecting buttons, until now her ejec because he did not get the office ho was tion numbers 12,000 different kinds. incompetent to fill, and denounced him Thirty years ago she made a wager that Stanford, Kv, - August 31, 1894 in strong language for saying that none there more than 999 different kinds of but a Sarah Gess of a woman would go to buttons. She reached the thousand mark a barbecue given in the colonel's honor. inside of a year. Once started in the VV. P. WALTON. The next day the judee met the colonel on fascinations of "collecting," her pursuit the street and attempted to explain that was kept up. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. he had never used the latter remark, ly I I K- V f l n i 1 .1 r f A priest was executed in Franco yesterday for murder, robbery and arson. Eld. J. T. Brown will preach at next Sunday at 11 and at Moreland in the afternoon. The meeting at Brodhead held by Kid. C. E. Powell closed yesterday with 2Cadditions by baptism and restoration. , The president made no official explaThe meeting conducted by Elders nation of bis reasons or withholding his supGraham Frank and Joe Severance, Jr., approval of the tariff bill, that in Harrison county resulted in 19 addiplanted the McKinfey law at midnight Monday, which had been in effect since tions. Oct. 30, 1890, but he wrote a letter to Rev. F. D. Haloreports 300 additions to the First Baptist church atOwensboro Congressman Catchings, of Mississippi, which is an explanation that explains. in tho last two years, maxiug a toiai membership of 1,115. not attempt to conceal bis disHe does FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. When Madaline Pollard goes on tho gust over the failure of democrats to pass off. Best cattle are worth IJc and do as much as a bill that would fulfill the promises of Hon. W. L. Wilson, of tariff bill fame, stage she will elevate it about defenders do hogs 6c in Cincinnati. Col. Breckinridge's clerical the party platform, but he could not per- was renominated for Congress at Dandy Jim, 2:11, bears tho distincmit himself to be separated from his W. Va., Wedneeday and he ac- the pulpit. N. Y. World. tion of being the fastest gray trotter. Tho manuscript complete of the first party to such an extent as might be im- cepted the honor in a speech that filled Yeager & Yeager bought of Will plied by a veto of the bill, chargeable to the boys in the trenches with enthusi Bible (Old Testament) was finished in Baughman a maro for livery ubo for ICO Whale Bone 5 c dozen. democratic effort. It is far from being asm. He told of the powerful influence the year 430 B. C. It was first translaFobSalk 45 nico grade Southdown ted into Saxon in 037 A. D., and into as good as it ought to be, but it is a vast brought to bear to defeat the will of the 500 yds col. Hamburg 3c yard. ewes. Apply to It. U. Bronaugh, Crab improvement on existing conditions and people, bat in the end reform will tri- English in 1534. lilack Silk Lace 5c yard. Orchard. 2w. will lighten tariff burdens, which now umph and to its accomplishment he will Rev. W. E. Arnold preached a ser John Taylor, an apprentice jockey Curling Tongs 10c. rest so heavily upon the people. It will lend his entire energies witn renewed mon on dancing at McKendree, Wednesat Latonia, went insane while exercising day night, that will in all probability put operate as a barrier to a return to mad vigor. Kid Curlers 5c dozen. a stop to the weekly platform dances a horse. protection and furnish a vantage guard Side Combs, 10c. G. O. Givens has sold 250 bushels of TnBTillmanites seem to bo in the sad down that way. from which further aggressive operations Blue, Yellow and White Napkins, 35c dozen. Fultz seed wheat at 50c and has as much After he gets through here, Rev. II. upon protected monopolies must be wag- die in South Carolina, nominees of that more for sale. Outing Cloth Shirts, 20c. ed. He recognizes that the livery of persuasion being chosen in such num- C. Morrison will go back to the Bethel Clifford knocked a second off tho Js democratic tariff reform b&s been stolen bers to the Legislature as to insure the Camp Meeting, and after that to Toxbb A good pair suspenders, 10c. makand worn in the service of republican pro election of Gov. Tillman to the U. S. where he will hold a meeting and then of a mile record atSheepshead Bay, Silk Finished, wire buckle suspenders, 15c. ing it 1:25 Senate. Senator Butler announced a. go to California for a big campaign. tection, but the question will not be set A big lot of Neglige and Laundered Shirts, collars and cuffs 50c, Frank Holtzclaw Bold to Beazloy Rev. R. R. Noel writes to the Wes tled until it is honestly and fairly settled few days before that he would not subBros., of Garrard, a small bunch of worth Si. in the interest and to the benefit of a mit, so in all probability the conserva- tern Recorder that he held a meeting at cattle at 2Jc. people. The letter has tive democrats will put out an indepenPleasant Grove in Anderson and had 22 Childrcns' Shoes, 20c. Pamlico, Treyillian and Directum additions. He is now holding ono at had a wonderful eflect for good, and the dent ticket in November. Mens' Shoes, 75c. are the only trotting stallions that carry bad 17 to date. president's position in the premises has A fatality seeins to hang over the Friendship and has Hoys' Knee Pant Suits, 75c. of 2:10 or better. There is $10 invested in pistols in records made even his enemies to praise bim. representatives from Carroll county. Graham k Conley's stablo at Muir's, Good working pants for men, 75c. We have never for a moment lost confi- The death of this county to $1 in Bibles. More money the present member of the Fayette county, burned with six valuaspent in one year for whisky and tobacco dence in the fact that Mr. Cleveland is Legislature, which occurred Hoys' Felt Hats, 10c. Tuesday, reolds in training. the greatest statesman of his day and of calls the fact that four representatives than is spent in 10 years for churchts ble Ladies' Oxfords, Coc, worth $1. Brandy wine, that ran 2d in the Fuspend and preaching, and those who his ability to lead the democratic hosts from that county havo died within the Stakes at Sheepshead Bay, won Remember the fine picture that is given away with every $2o's out of the wilderness. He has done so last two years Hons. Hugh Karins, money for whisky and tobacco never turity worth of goods. twice and if bis counsels are heeded we Prentiss Meade and Stephen Bailey be- grumble at the price. Corbin Enter- the Dash Stakes at the samo place. Pamlico, ono of tho greatest race shall again go forth conquering and to ing the other three, who preceeded prise. stallions on the grand circuit, died at conquer. At Hammondsville, Ohio, where a Hon. George W. Gullion, the last to die. holiness meeting has been conducted for Charter Oak Park. Ho had a record of In a long card in the Louisville Times, If the Louisville Post's correspondents some time, the people are worked up to 2:10. W. B. Kidd has bought over 1,000 Charles J. Bronston attempts to prove, from nearly every county of the State a high pitch of excitement, and women TSTZ export cattle to be delivered during SepLesideB intimating pretty strongly that are to oe relied upon, and tne paper are leaving their husbands because they in the matter of the suit against him by vouches for their Btanding and democra. would not join church. The husband tember at an average of $4.35. WinchesMrs. Crawford, involving a claim of 1200 cy, Gen. Parser Watkina Hardin has of one waylaid the evangelist and would ter Democrat. A. UR13ANSKY & CO., I'roprietot The Georgetown Times reports pur against W. O. Owens, the Hon. Jack the pull on the gubernatorial pole and have thrashed him had not others inter T; D. RANEY, Manager. by Simon) Weihl of 126 cattle, Chinn has acted in a somewhat, if not en- will knock the persimmon. fered. A public meeting to stop tho pro- chases to 1,570 pounds in weight at 4Jc. tirely, rascally manner. The charge is ceedings is talked of. Tjie Pennsylvania strikers will become They were all dehorned. made that Mr. Chinn, not only wrongE. P. Faulconer has bought of a fully collected the $200 of Mr. Owens, disheartened after awhile if it keeps on. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Michigan dealer a fine yearling Shrop- but failed to give Mrs. Crawford the $325 There were 53 strikes and 53 failures in Our brick kiln will be fired next hiredown buck that weighs 225 pounds he got from a raffle of a diamond ring that State in 1893. week. for $G5. Love and Will Lillard sold to Of Zinc and Canvass Covered Round and Square Top which he induced her to dispose of in A number of our people will attend J. C. NEWSY NOTES. Johnson a car load of 200 hogs at way. The Fayette statesman winds that the Somerset Fair. $5 75, and 23 that would weigh about 250 up by saying with reference to the MerThe president has returned to Gray Newcomb & Welsh have bought Jas. pounds to R. S. Ruesellat 5c. Advocate. cer county statesman that when a gam- Gables. Gentry's stock of groceries. bler and a bum politician are combined Hon. W. C. 0 ens was burned in R. E. Thompson, of Garrard, is here WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. in one person it is no wonder that the effigy by Richmond hoodlums. buying cattle for the Cincinnati marwidow of a dead friend who trusted him Tho prohibitionists will hold n Frank Melbourne, the ket. should sutler. If this does not make the killed himself at Denver, Col. county convention next Monday. Business is increasing on the road redoubtable Chinn use that noted knife Ourschoola will open in a few days And Bags. Mrs. Honore Foley was beaten to and several night ollicea will shortly be of his, those who now regard him as the death by now and we hope to see them well filled her drunken son in Philadel- opened. bravest of the brave will fear that he phia. as usual. Mr. W. P. Chestnut, an aged and needs posting as a poltroon and a cowHeavy rain fell in this county tho Stevenson welcomed respected citizen of Maretsburg, Uled on ard. first of this week which will make us a Knights of Pythias to the National Thursday morning. the good corn crop. H. M. Mink has bought 10 acres in Bro. BAnsEa' sermon is published in Capital. The Whitley County Fair begins The president has pardoned W. C. White A Co.'s addition and will erect a full in the Lexington Press of Tuesday, Thursday and wo hope to see numerous number of dwellings. along with Col. Breckinridge's speech Parker, sent up from Kentucky friends from Central Kentucky present The institution needed in Mt. evangelist says that the day before. The with their stock. Two men were killed in attempting now is a bank. How many yeprs the Congressman is a truly penitent About 50 attended the Laurel CounFor the Season of 1S94-- 5 and to enforce South Carolina's obnoxious will it be until we have one? A chromo man and a failure to return him to Conty Fair last week and wero much pleasdispensary law. first correct an will be eiven for the gress will send his soul to hell. Some ed to see the great improvement that It took six trains to carry the excur- swer. how or other though, the assertion of had been made on the grounds. The Mt. Vernon Signal gives evi penitence does not consist with the act- sionists to Niagara on the Erie Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Williams is visiting rela dence of our progress as it appeared re- tives and friends here. Mrs. W. B. Bowual facts, for Breckinridge's speech is There were 2,650 of them. With Companies of Known Merit. home-mad- e Charles Ratliff, of Lockport. O.. cently in an entirely new, one prolonged roast of Judge Durham man and children are visiting in Pulaski found hiB wife with Joseph Morgan. Rat- dress. Long life to it and its enterprisHouse scats 500; is lighted by electricity, has large stage and good and other gentlemen who honestly county. Mr. Frank Brock, of Knoxville, Scenery. ing editor. think it would be a disgrace to permit liff objected and Morgan killed him. spent Sunday calling on one of our fair The Williamsburg Times BayB that Gen. P. W. Hardin dropped in upon young ladies. a lecherous, lying wolf in sheep's clothing longer to represent the famous Ash- Colson will have an overwhelming ma- us Monday afternoon and gave us a good Rev. II. B. Fry has accepted tho po. Rockcastle sition of pastor of the Congregational speech at the land district. It is very evident that the jority over White in Whitley county. Stanford, Ky. In a shooting affray between the instructed for him before and from indiextent of Willie's sorrow is that he has church and begun his work last Sunday. Tharp and Day families of Breathitt cations we believe she will do so again. been found out. There is no real peniElder J. E. Teiry, who has been MY STOCK OF- The college excites universal admi- preaching at the Christian church sometence in the heart of a man who can say county, three were shot fatally and sev ration as it nears completion. Messrs. thing over a year, will preach his faresuch things as he does about men who eral others dangerously wounded. The town of Hubbard, Ohio, is run- 0. C. Williams, Jonas McKenzie, James declare for morality and virtue. Bro. well sermon Sunday. would savo the soul of such a ning itself. Both mayor and city mar- 1. White and 8. H. Martin deserve great Barnes Circuit court is moving on nicely man at the risk of sending thousands of shal are in jail, the former for intoxica- credit for the able manner in which they and doing considerable work. Judge tion and the latter for not obeying orders. have executed their duties as commttee-men- . Morrow arrived Sunday evening looking better souls to perdition. much better than we expected to sea The Whisky Trust has about 2,800,-00- 0 bim after his severe sickness. The grand gallons of spirits in bond at Peoria The biennial convention of the Sunew houses are now under jury has returned several indictments Three Knights of Pythias and about 1,700,000 gallons at Pekin process of erection, something unprece- against several parties for preme Lodge of the selling their Tablets, &c, is very large and of the world is in session at Washington which will be subjected to the increased dented in the hiBtory of this town. The votes in the recent primary, also Ewell with thousands of members .present. tax of $1.10 a gallon, lovely residence of Mr. M. P. Newcomb Siler for malicious cutting. Alvis Evans Gov. Waite, the fiery untamed ass, nears completion, while Messrs. Tyree for malicious shooting has been tried The order had its birth there as late as there are who occupies the governor's chair in Col- and Licblighter have recently begun and convicted to 18 months inforthe penFebruary, 18G4, and yet itentiary. Sampson Bolton murder 443,015 members in the United Statesi orado, is under arrest for opening a let- building handsome cottages. and John Mulicant for murder. Willis Meridith an increase of 29,071 during the year. ter addressed to another, the penalty for If citizens, of our county would en- for grand has been Bent up for onfe year larceny. Kentucky has 5,71)0 members and their which is a term in the penitentiary. Call and Sec Us. deavor to encourage and help manufacFor the three weeks of August the turers and other business men who come number ib constantly increasing. Tiiose Who am: P ostkd. Will tell . L. & N. earnings exhibit an increase of to abide with us it would be much bet you that the finest and healthiest Tnn governor has pardoned an old wo9G,9G0 over 1893, and a decrease of $152,- and county. In many summer resorts in the northwest are town man abortionist, who killed a young 010, as compared with 1892. The state- ter for our located along tho Wisconsin Central instances, however, they regard them as Lines, nmong which are Lake Villa, Fox that she leave the ment caused an advance of 1 girl, on conditions per cent, interlopers and try to undermine them Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, State in three days and never return. in the stock in Wall street. in every possible way. Remember it is Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, Fifield, This looks like the executive doesn't obThe governor has pardoned the old foreign money that enriches our people. Ashland nnd Duluth. Tourists and nefar-iou- b ject to the woman following her pleasure seekers flnurinir on their next abortionist, Mary Peoples, who was given A "Band ol Mercy was organized summer s business, provided she doesn't prac- 13 years for producing an abortion on a with 45 members last Sunday, by the la mind and vacation should a bear this in Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to before selecting routo (Imp a tice on home girls. young German girl at Louisville, from dies of the W. O. T. U. Mr. Charley line to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger Stanford. We also lead in Agent of the Stewart, or Nevada, having which she died. The conditions are that Davis was elected president, Miss Ida at Milwaukee, Wisconsin Central Lines, Senator Wis., and he will send and Mr. May AdamB, been made co respondent in a senational she will leave the State in three days. you maps, Eight hundred former employes of Jean Brown, secretary. This is a good containing time tables and guide books Louisdivorce suit at Washington, the valuable information, which ville Times suggests the profanity, if not the Pullman Company are arranging for work, for in order to make honorable, are mailed free upon application. the absolute necessity of sending only the erection of a car manufacturing plant upright citizons we must instill right Bucauln'sArnlca Salve. on the plan at Hiawatha, principles into the minds of the chilEunuchs to Congress. The bett ulve In the world lor cun, bruiiess Kansas. They are backed by Chicago dren. sores, ulceri, salt rheum, fever torei, tetter, chap- pd hands, chilblain!, and all skin erup. Call and See a Beautiful Line. Thk country will breathe free now capitalists, who are guaranteed 6 per Mrs. Dr. A. Lovell has been very ill tioni. It positively eurocorni or no par requir piles, longer has "Con- cent, on their investment before the la- but is now improving. Miss Llda Cook, u. 11 u guaranteed 10 Ifive perfect aaimactioa that the president no or money rerunnea. rrtce S cents per has, borers come in for their share. gress on bis hands." of Livingston, was the guest of Miss Car- - For sale by A. R. Penny, Staniord, Ky. tak-inl, JAS. II. M'CRKAUY For County Judge J AS. WALKER GiVkNS G. n. COOPER Clerk Attorney- I. B. PAXTON T. D. XEWI.AND Sheriff. E. D. KENXEDV Auessor G. W. DE110RU " Jailer FOR CONGRESS but Breckinridgo flew into a passion and said he was tired of being hounded, that on another occasion he had used words concerning him that no gentleman would use in the presenco of ladies. This the judge explained was n slip of the tongue, but Breckinridge added that it showed a mind coarse and brutal or such a slip could not have been made. Judge Durham says he had no intention of fighting, so he left the colonel quar reling away and threatening vengeance upon him and others who had dared to say aught against him. The fight is getting hotter than red hot iron and will continue at white heat till the primary, which is now, thank God, but two weeks CHURCHAFFAIRS. rie Lair this weok. Mr. John Haley and his charming daughter, Miss Pearl, visit-e- l D. N. Williams, Esq., this week. Mrs. Dr. Brown, of Parksville, and Miss Mollio Burdett wero guests of Mrs. E. M. McCluro. Mr. Milton Hiatt is very ill. Dr. W. A. Brown, of Parksville, is here for a week's recreation. John Pearl was up from London this weok. Mrs. Fannlo Thompson is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. M. Poyn-teAnd our efforts have been untiring. This week will witness a big A. O. Cflrr went up to Middlesbo Clearance Sale at the ro Tuesday. J. T. Adams is in from Garrard. Misses Mattio May and Snllie Adams havo arrived from Bryantsvllle. g Mr. R. G. Williams is in London depositions. Miss Nannie Kennedy is visiting Russell ville. .Mr. J. T. Leav-elof Lexington, pays frequent visits to Mt. Vernon. Dr. Cooper was up from Livingston a few days ago. Mr. Charlrs Thompson, of Louisville, woh hero Wed- We must Ii.ivc.thc space for the winter stock which is already en nesday to see ono of our pretty uirls. Maj. route, and every summer article goes for a little, a very little price to G. D. FiUhugh, Mrs. J. T. Hackley, of make them go at once. Will quote you only a few prices that you Lincoln, and Mrs. M. P. Smith, of Vir ginia, are visiting their brother, James can have some idea how the entire stock will run this week. Read these Marut. 4 NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS r. Msillle Store I r Mar-tinsbur- g, 2-- 5. two-year-o- ld long-sufferi- two-ye- ar LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, 1,-5- rain-make- r, TRUN KS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. I Vice-Preside- nt forcoun-terfeitin- g. We Are How Booking Attractions : Vt-r-no- Solicit Correspondence court-house- WALTON BROS., -- " 1 FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. A, R. PBITirg'. Druggiat. r to-d- ay Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. t 7-- 8 LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. vice-preside- Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. L1 ? - 'kJ 1 I I Attend the declamatory contest At At Newark, 0., Anna Record took Walton's Opera House to night. Admis- poison on account of love. She was sion 25, 35 and 50c. saved. Orfy Karidan's case at Warsaw, Choice homo grown timothy seed at Ind., was a parallel one. She is dead. Ky., - AuoustSI, 1891 HlKRins A McKlnnoy's. Stanford Tin: public school will open Mondny Mr. Walter 0. Simpson and Mips O. II. Holmes in charge, assisFannie Nash, daughter of Mr. W. D. Penny has the best stock and will sell with Prof. ted by Miss Cettie Thurmond. Nash, of this city, wero married at tho E. C. Walton, Business Manager watches and jewelry lower than you can The Jeweler knows his business and knows buy olsowheru. Grabs has come out wonderfully since Methodist church Wednesday. Advo cate. tho rain nnd farmers say tho (nil prosit's business to do a square business. Danks MEANS IU8IHE88. Ir you want your watch or any jewel pect for it was hardly over better. Louis Pottpr, who celebrated his golry repaired, take it to Penny's. Mr, den wedding with the first woman of Iluv your school books nnd school sup A does the right thing. That's why Danks Deckelman does tho work well and A iiahn belonging to Mrs. Kittie Burn-sidplies oi all kinds at A. 11. Penny's. liis choice 12 yenr n, wkb married in which Mr, A. G. Hullmnn bad again Tuesday at Bowling Green to n ranks first in the ranks of the trade. When Watciirs, clocks nnd jewelry repaired promptly; never disappoints a cusand warranted. Engraving a specialty, tomer. somo hay and posts, burned Wednesday widow of 50. Ho is SI. at A. It. Penny's. you want to trade go to Danks. Diamonds, JEWELER morning. It is supposed that tramps Until Sept. 1, LSU I. we will sell William Caldwell, a Cherokee Strip Tub Urgent stock of Drug. Medicines, slept there and left a fire. Most of the boomer, being hard pressed for monpv, high armed, guaranteed, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at Watches, Jewelry of all kinds sold and Pescriptioiw a special- sewing machine for t'2't and a No. 7 eix- - loss is covered by insurance. A. It. Penny's. sold his wife and.a cow to John IiiBloy, . ty. WHO liolo Arizona cook Btovo forH.G0. W. guaranteed by Danks. A. G. Taliiott, sou of tho dead Con- a Guthrie antes widower for S100. The II. Weareu A Co. PERSONAL POINTS. gressman, whoso name he bears, is in woman seemed to be satisfied with the Courier-Journsays that those the London jail in default of bail, for sell- arrangement, and left with tho purchaser Tiik Mips Julia Cimiu Dunn returned to know Bro. Barnes are not surprised at ing liquor without license. He will like- for his homo. Danville Yesterday. Albert Hominel, Mn. 8. F. Tkatkii, of Crab Orchard, io any thing he might say in the pulpit and ly join his DEATH'S DOINCS. Main Street, Stanford, Ky. that Lexington, therefore, ought to re- in the Louisville jail. day clerk at the St. Asaph now. Mr. G. A. Adams, a prominent distilMies Maooik Crook, of Richmond, is gard his performance) Sunday night with Hbaffiiimsthe Charge. Our corresmore pity than surprise nnd indignation. pondent at Brodliead sent us n long com- ler of the East End, died Wednesday with Misses Sue and Bessie Woods. . night of jaundice. He was a clever, good Mu. Will Hays Ib back from a pleasBro. Morrison created n laugh In mak- munication yesterday afternoon, reaf- hearted man, and many friends deplore In Lower Garrard. ant visit to friends ing an announcement for a Indies prayer firming and reiterating his charges his death. A wife and two grown chilMkssiis. W. P. and 0. K. Tatb have meeting, by saying: "They have no free against Mr. D. P. Bethurum, which ow dren survive him. gone to Boston to visit Mrs. C. H. Paine. Mrs. JnliettaTnrkington, wifoof 'bus to senil lor but tuoy will bo just as ing to a short force anil tho hour it was Ki Pbyton Siiiold was over from Dan received had to go over till next issue. The first gun under the new Tariff Law will be fired by Hughes & Tarkington, died at her homo in visiting homo glad to see you all the satno." This re vllle n couple of days minds us to say that the ladies are hold' Boyle, Snturday, aged 72 years. She Tate this week. We are just back from market and will have every A NUMiiBR of citizens have been viewfolks. ing meetings daily and praying for dellv ing with delight the five children, George and Joe $10,000 exhibition leaves thing adjusted to the Mb. and Mrs. W. W. Hays and M. S. Tarkington and Mrs. Len G. Edelen, of from the accursed rum traffic. of Danks, tho jeweler, and have availed I3aughman went to Lexington Fair yes- cranco that county; Mrs. J. A. Shuttle worth, of terday. A tramp, seedy looking nnd forlorn, themselves of tho opportunity to puryesterday announced along the streets Wednesday chase these elegant up to date goods, at Louisville, and Mrp. G. W. McMillan, of Mus. M. K. Daviess left Ackworth, Ga. Mrs. Hood Worthing-to- n morning to visit relatives in Blooming-to- that he would discourse on court square the low prices at which they are sold. also died Sunday, She had been 111. We are in shape to give you all the new things in Couvert Cloths, on "The Evils of the Times and the If you have not seen the stock, vou married less than a year. Dn. A. 8. Price and W. U. Wearenare Homedy," but as not a soul responded have missed a chance that will not occur French Novelties and every nevv weave of Domestic Dress Goods. seeking restoration to health at Lexington Fair. Aug. 2Sth to Sept. These importations will he very properly refused to orate and again soon. Exhibition closes Friday not interfere with the low prices we are mak-o- n 3rd. The Queen fc Crescent Route will Springs. shaking the dust of the city from his tat- night. sell tickets to Lexington nnd return each very ill, tered garments left, still In possession of Summer goods as everything in Mu. II. 0. Farbis continues A do. kn or more couples called on day of fair, at one tarn for the round trip, his condition being worse yesterday than of the secret. Miss Nncy Neat, the little Hoosier beau- good to return until September 5th. 0. any timo beforo. W. Zell, D. P. A., Cincinnati, O.. W. 0. Postmaster John W. Bout has con- ty who is visiting at the Myers Hour e, Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. Mibs KllaTinblsy left yesterday for Wednesday night. Mrs. Green was Barbourville, after a charming visit to tracted with Samuel Harding, of Danequal to the occasion and not only prosix room house to ville, for a N'KW ADVEBTISEMENTS. the MisBes Baughman. delightJr., of the public be built on his lot recently purchased of vided for a dance, but spread a Mb. G. 0. Keller, was Everybody ful lunch besides. nrlnilnuolllre at WashioKton. is at homo Mr. G. A. Peyton, on tiie street leading Will still be sold. So you can afford to buy and carry over to anoth- charmed with Miss Neat and all went to Mr. G. B. Cooper's. Dirt was broken on a month's furlough. er season. Our Clothing will still go at your own price, as we must Tuesday and with anything liko good away singing praises of Mrs. Green, who Missrs Jennie and Maiiie Wahrkn of We will rent at light's Mill on visit of soveial weather Mr. Harding thinks ho will have had added bo much to tho enjoyment have returned from a the house ready for occupancy by Nov. tho evening. Sept. 15th, 1894, weeks to relatives at tancaster. At 2 P M., W. F. McKinnby is keeping Btore 1st. Mr. The local optionists opened the ball for his brother, W. B. McKinney, while night in a mass meeting at the 40 Acres Wheat and Rye Land, La noil day, tho first Monday In Sep- Tuesday To make room for other goods. We invite comparison in prices and Lying on the Hanging Fork. he is tooting a horn at the Liberty Fair tember, has been declared a National Christian church, over which Mr. P. M. Mr. W. A. Thiiiiilk went to Lexington holiday, and of a consequence next Mon- McUoherts presided and to which he and quality with any house or any market. No trouble to show goods. J. H. BRIGHT and L. L DAWSON, SMd Executori Wudnesday to see Kato Malloy take more dny will be observed by tho banks and numerous others spoke. Next night Come and compare. blue ties at tho Fair now in progress tho It is not, however, n le- Rev. II. 0. Morrison addressed a crowdI gal holiday under Kentucky Iswb, which ed audience at the flame church and crethere. Mita. M. K. Lord, who has been with provide only for January 1, February 22, ated much enthusiasm for the cause. her parents,Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Harris, May 30, or decoration day, July 4 Last night Mr. Morrison spoke at one of I will offer for tale at public auction on the all summer, returned to Louisville Wed- Thanksgiving Day, by proclamation, and the colored churches. But one day is pre mite, on nesday. the question loft for work. Christmas. 20, 1894, . Mr. and Mns. John Hoi'kinbos, their will be settled. At 10 o'clock, A. M , my well improved Farm ol Continued. SheritI Menefee had no two sons and Miss Kliza Hopklnnon, of Retorts have come to us that some of 104 ACRES OF GOOD LAND, Mrs. J. trouble in arresting John Centres, chargMississippi, have taken rooms at The largest and most complete assortment. ed with tho murder of Win. Moutray. the defeated candidates in the primary M. Bai!ey. Located on the Stanlord K: Crab Orchard pike, His examining trial was set for Wednes- of several months ago aro getting mon- j'- miles Eat of Stanford, Ky., known as the W. Dh.iWyatt Letciieii, who has just re- day, but he plead absence of witnesses strous thick with the republicans and ti. Miller larm. There it upon my place a nice covered from a spell of sickness, has gone and it was continued to next Wednes- that more than one of them have been Young Orchard of 250 Trees, to Crab Orchard, accompanied by Mrs. day. He claims that the shot was acci- in republican meetings. Whether thiB Oi thereabout. Good Barn, Nice Frame Dwelling, Letcher. Advocate. dental, but there is proof besides Mr. is true or not wo can not say, but we (J00J Cittern, and all necessary Outbuildings. The best goods al the same you pay for Messrs. J. S. and J. W. IIockeu took TEItMS. One hand; balance In Moutrav's dying statement that it was can and do pay that a democrat who one nnd two yean'half cash inDec. 1, '94. tune from Shoddy Stuff. low railroad rates and advantage of the Remember tha dateot Sale, Thursday, Sept. so. Washington, Old Point and not only the result of a quarrel at the would desert his party because of failure started to C.J.CKAIG. time, but that emnlty had existed bo to secure oilice is too dishonest to hold other noted places Sunday. tween them for some time. one either in the party he deserts or the Miss May Adams, tho fascinating PUBLIC SALE OF he craves admission. Recame down from beauty from Grays, the McKinley hill went into ef- one into which After Crab Orchard Springs yesterday and is fect, our merchants were besieged with publicans should bear this In mind. New customers each day by fair dealing and stopping at Mrs. Joe Severance's. ON letters beginning: "Owing to tho Mn It came out in the trial of Belden that n Mips courteous treatment. Mies Mary Myers Is with Kinley bill the prices on so and bo have Bryant Wilcher, the man who was shot, Trnnheart. en route to the Nash" been increased so much per cent." Since had a weapon concealed on his person at THURSDAY, SEP. 20, . vdlo school. She has just returned from the new tariff bill became effective the tho timo of the shooting, and ho was givOn account ol my and the a couple of months visit in Virginia. order has been reverued. Mr. A. R. en 10 days and fined $25. Ho replevied present labor tytcm,age, laillnR health to have a I ha e determined Mn. and Mrs. M. F. Bhinklky, Master Penny tells that he has received numer- the fine, hut did ho go to jail? Not public ia!c at mv home in Lincoln county, Ky , Hamp Briukley. of Louisville, and Miss ous letters from manufacturers ami much ho didn't. A fellow who can put consisting in part of tho following property. About Our trade by selling to all alike. 2f Aney Xeat, a pretty little blonde from wholesalers quoting a reduction in priup tho otutl is rarely made to sutler such 20 HEAD OF HORSE STOCK, New Albany, are the guest of Mrs. P. W ces. Tho now taritrbill is not what we indignity. Mr. Wilcher may not go out Several gentle ponies and good lamily horses, Green at tho Myers House. had a right to expect nor what we intend and kill somebody as Centres did, after alwut 10 head ot younj and aed mules, about 40 head ol Cattle, all registered or subject to register, W. A. McQuown, who has been trav- to have, but it is a big step forward in having his jail sentence suspended, but a number of them good milk cows, aged bull, j yearling bulls, about 15 male aud lemalo calves, eling passenger agent for tho L. it 2?,, tar ill reform and tho collection of no these suspensions are entirely too To increase trade by buying at the lowest 10 j steers rnd heifers, about 90 good City, has with headquarters at Junction about 60 They taxes beyond that required to run an The iudgo who is too lacking in ewes aud bucks,fat. About lambs.Cashmere a'e ewe trimmed and price and giving our customers benefit of it. goat, jo been appointed to tho same position on economically administered government. backbone or too some very fine hogs A large artment of farm d to Ing Implements, and many other things too numm Belt, with olllco at tauisville. the Cotton the law as it appears on the stat-ut- o merous to name. Tiik will of Mr. T. Curtis Watts wns Dn. G. A. Tiiayloii and Ed Wlilto reA until books ought either to to get the law TERMS. date credit sums Jan. 1. 1805. with in on all over io turned yesterday via tho Liberty Fair found in his safe nnd it proved to bo in repealed or resign, the latter being the terest from nnd Darableat the Farmer:Notes to be necotiable Hank A accordance with what ho had always told Trust Co. of Stanford. A. M FKLAND. from the Columbia Fair. Tho latter If you want Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes. better course. Stanlord, Ky. the last day oil" on account of rain, Miss Julia Higgina, that sho should be A practical, rather than a theoretical but tho fair was a success. At Liberty his heir. It gives all his property to her, including a policy for $2,500 and its prohibitionist, we have never taken Wednesday the crowd was immense. 8 3 accumulations in tho Mutual Life of New much stock in prohibitory laws, which old Mare, 16 hands high, good To trade a CITY AND ViniNITY. York, which the agent, Mr. A. G. East- havo ho often proved a deluaion and a worker anywhere, "standard and registered, for a pair or worn mules McKin- - land, has been ordered to pay. Mr. enure, operating mostly to transfer the ilide a boautiful filly, by Helmont She has by her New feed cutter at Higgina k Chief and safely : : record a'i4?. Have Watts has property hero listed at $3,600 traffic from the saloons to the back al- n fnal to Puarro, 3 ney's. alto fcr sale young stock by Lord Guyi the bet and has two houses and lots In Louisfully sit much damage wbb bred son ol the great Guy Wilkes. Hambletonlan ::ig'4, Eagle Kird a:at, sire of Call and Bee my elegant lino of fall ville, making his estate worth between leys, where no revenue obtained. We Monbars Dealer in done, and a:iil4, Temple Bar 1 17, &c. For parsuitings. The nobbiest line ever shown 110,000 and $12,000. Miss Julia's frienos try not to bo dogmatic in our opinions or ticulars address 3 . H. CROW, Shelby City. here. H. 0. Rupley. : : aro congratulating her on her good pig headed with reference to changing i .! ,183 advertises his per- fortune. Sho is an excellent young la- them, so we must in honesty confess T"TT" TTlHTfll' Kfw Prm It v. Mb. A. M. Fbland U '" ri K' HHra' . VyJ.li XlJ-iJ. Acres, two miles from sonalty for Bale in this issue; cattle, hors- dy and her kindness of heart has met its that since prohibition has prevailed here x Lancaster. Corn, hemp and tobacco land. Ap it reward. there has been an improvement in tbe ply to J. H. KIRBV, Lancaster, Ky. es, goats, sheep, Ac. TERMS CASH. I will make a special low price on Folding Beds, i l r moral condition of the town and a great Held. John Belden, of Casey, was Parlor Suits, Bed Room Suits, Bed Lounges, Couches, Rocking The members of the hop club here tried here Wednesday before 'Squire L. deal less drinking, even with two saloons Chairs, Diners, Mattress and Bed Springs, for the next 30 days. My with thanks an Invitation to B. Adams for shooting Bryant Wilcher so close and a free 'bus to take one to See my stock of bo given There will be. an election for President and Di- stock embraces the latest styles and best patents. the Tenth Annual Fair.Hop to $250 bail to the circuit court, tkem. The marshal tells ua he has not rectors of the Preachersville and Stanlord Turn- Pictures, Easles, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades. Call and see of bomerset on and held in by the young men e Co., in Stanford on which ho was unable to givo and was re- mado an arrest since the law went into pike Road Sept. at1,the Saturday, 1894. WM. M. LACKRY. Sept. Oth. my line. I buy my goods to sell, which is manifested daily by the Thursday night next. President. turned to jail. It was doveloped from effect in March which could be at all atoutflow and inflow of goods. I am also prepared to make dealers net whisky as the cause of the Hon. 0. Y. Wilson, who staid here for tho witnesses that Belden had agreed tributable to wholesale prices and solicit their trade. Every vacant spot in my ' a Jong time during tho summer, is an- with Wilcher, who runs a thresher, to offense. As an advocate and lover of house will be filled by Sept. 15. Come early. Every purchase will we are forced to exult ovnounced as a candidate for commissioner haul his men homo for him one night. law and order W. W. WITHERS. Respt., be a bargain. improvement and to wish OPENS SEPT. 3, 1S94, of agriculture, a position which ho held He started with them but stopped and er this prohibitionists God speed veiy creditably by appointment undor took out hia horse and started to ride the truestep for tho improvement in the F. J. DUFFY, A. B., Principal. away leaving tho men in tho lurch. in overy Gov. Buckner. i Wilcher remonstrated with him, when morals and amelioration of the condition Miss Matlie Paxtou Ppjiiihition. Prof. A. L. Viores will without warning and little or no provo- of mankind, We believe that the for- cicnt number of pupils will assist provided a suffi. can be enrolled. 48 "Prohibition" in tho court- cation, Beldon jerked out a pistol and cing of the calling of the present election Bpeakon 2 house here next county court day at shot him in the temple, tho ball fortu- was wrong and we believe that the votMYERS IIOUSB o'clock, i M. T. B. Domareo, candidate nately glancing and not penetrating tho ers will say by their ballots that they are Complete Line Lowest Prices. for Congress on the prohibition ticket, skull. Belden was drinking at the time, disgusted with the whole attempt to will speak at the Bamo placo tho same but it is said to be as mean as they innko thwart tho popular will, when they go P. W, GREEN, Prop. day at 3 o'clock. 'em oven in his best moods. He is un- to the polls This stable, which is run n connection with th bail of $500 for cutting a man in Examine our Elegant Line of Myers House, supplied wltb Mr. E. II. Bkazi.ey tells us that largo der MATRIMONIALMAHERS. from Danville and Lan- - Casey with intent to kill and those who rrowds will como of Horses, Carriages, know him, say he is of tho kind who Mr. J. L. Lawrence and Miss Inez A New Lot caster to attend the declamatory contest Buggies, Wagons, not mind driving a dagger in a Keld, of Bovle, went over to attend the The boys are in fine would here rummer's Supplies and Is better than ever Writing Tablets, Ladies Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, VisJ training and Mrs. Brown has promised man's back in the dark. A favorite pas- Lexington fair, and came back husband aO supply the public with prepaiai w House as much a time of his is to get about "half strap- and wife. t. iting Cards, &c. l WB1D IUU Orifra vj.-IU BIOS OF.ALL KINDS. When a Chinese girl is married her possible, by floral and ped" and then with cocked pistol make thing of beauty as fool dance for his delectation. attendant are always tho oldest and ug- Personal and promptattention given to Wedding other decorations. So come and aee and some poor Uurials. hoped that in the future he will liest women in the neighborhood, who Parties and is P. W. GREEN, Stanford, Ky. hear. Secure your ticket at McRoberta It Proprietor ALBURNS, Manaser. have to do the dancing. are paid to act as foils to her beauty. Drugstore. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal1 Spot cash for clovornrul timothy. & McKinney. IIIk-Ki- ns DANKS is m e, aft-ye- ar six-draw- er al son-in-la- MAY BE RELIED ON. m m FIRSTGUN I Wil-lia- m ... n, New Order of Things. Light Color and REDUCE : Lin-niet- ta two-stor- y, Public Renting1. Lightweight : Saturday, in ' OUR STOCK, post-ofiic- e. FARM FOB SAZiX Thursday, Sept. HUGHES & TATE. We Show We Sell d lit-t- ie We Make We Hold Flor-nnr- '94. We Continue See us 1 fre-oue- year-ol- d tender-hearte- WANTED. year-ol- BIEJVIEHATOIE & B(LDNo first-cla- ss in Blue-Gra- ss W. W. WITHERS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, STANFORD. KY. 31-- I I Xl ?'"" &C, ... 50-- NOTICE. Court-Hous- hi J50-- Stanford Male Academy i LIYERY STABI.X n has-be- School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and Slates. SSTATIOlsTEIlY I -- FIRST-GLAS- S W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, .U.: ,4 t v r ' Ot t.. . 1 -- X' X. Sk rys .wb-- s W t TfKVT&Kf,') "- - u Semi-v- V eekly Interior Journr AT THE STYLES IN PARTS NOTES OF HANDSOME COSTUMES SEEN AT THE GREAT RACES. Vl111t Pabllshod Every Tuesday and Friday $S en PBn YJCA.lt IX not to pi J S2.BO will be charged OR 8 PAGES. When necessary. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. of Hrrlicrstrln Wore X llonnt'M Green Velvet I'orn Ytiuni; l'ncv A Cotinm of Miter Gray Crepoii I'lim Wimlcii lirrso. the Countr I'n-tt- I'cw $? t Train naves Rowiand at 7:00 a. m., returning at Jiao p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North ' South Emriti train " South North Local Freight North. .. ivin n ( 1 - ujpra 37 Pm 5 The latter trains Th above U calculated on itandard time. Solar ima it about ao minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT Blue-Grass South... , passengers. alio carry 3jm 93 m 07pm Pm ROUTE. w Y "2 n 1 Going North train pass Junction City at folVettibule starts 6 a. m. Veslows: p. ra. Local i;io p. m. Florida tibule Limited a. m. Limited 3:13. South N O. Vestibule u iS p. m. Florida Limited u:isa. m Local itiss p. m. Vestibule arrives S:4 p. m. Wue-Gra- ITII tho Grand Prix wnl thoVer- nisfeago bo-lov- r fflsofoiety -- fia king pow- Pure der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United btates strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, New York. A cream of tarter baking A. S. PRICE, wwrnrnvm r LJJJLLl-Owsley Building. SURGEON DENTIST. Drug Store In Office over McRoberts the new Stanford; f L? ' JT oM- - II ill IT Wrftf ..For a. CJjs- - RefreshingUBath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to Cooki;& tFarmer's Barber Shop. ..IF YOU AKK GOING. or NORTH.THE WEST, Louisville a Nashville R. R. It the line for you, at ita Daily Trains Double close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information eaquireof JOES. KICK. Agent, Ky- Stanford, Or W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky John B., Cattleman. A. G. Lanhan ROYAL nsurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Commerce "W. Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KV. San Francisco Portland I A World's -- Fair Record. VIA- e)) tOUlSVIHt MtWAt8TCHICAt0RT((' w m PULLMAITSAND PABLOR CABS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRITE TO ' UEED.G. P A. Chicago, 111. E. H. BACON, D. P. A.. F. Louisville, Ky. J, 3t. Paul. Denver. tho to ciui season 111 . ..... Dealer: n. ....... Pnris has ns trimming. broken up, ami There wero several barego dresses in F. D. BIL.ET.JProprletor, Ths present Constable, Is a candidate for nil tho craud evidence, two woolen bnrogo and tho in the Stanford precinct, subject to the action aondaines havo left for their chateaux others silk and wool. Thoo who havo London, - - - Kentucky. nl the democratic party Election In November Kv. lu tho interior or for tho various water-- not seen ono of theso robes mndc by tlit I have moved to my new Hotel'and am bettti He asks your support. Ing places, chief of which is skillful fingers of n French modisto njis Sitpared than ever to accommodate the public . YOU AKK..... I attached and every convenience de Bains, with Boulogno-sur-Me- r next. Feeing n thing of delicato beauty. Theso sired. Give me a call. But nt tho great races what n multi- bareges nro nlmost trnnspnrcnt, nnd yet 77 FRANK RILKY. plicity of beautiful toilets! What rav- they drape ns richly as silk. Some of I am Just back Irom the cities with a large and I will soil at public auction on the premises on ishing hats and entrancing gowns! At them aro figured in small splotches of well selected stock or MILLINERY, which I will ns light nnd color, in polka dots, pin points, etc., tho races tho dresses nro Jaiboe, suSaturday, September 1st, 1894, sell cheaper than ever. Miss Laura engaged awith perior tilmmer Irom Cincinnati, has ethereal ns laces can inako them nnd ns nnd n few havo clouded, effects, nnd me and I can guarrntec satisfaction iu every parold stand ol J. II. Green, atn At 10 A M , a tract of go Acres of Knob Land, dclicnto nnd ilowerliko ns tho exquisito some have cheuey flower patterns. All At the T U, Hill. It has 80 apple ticular. Call aad see my (foods. tints enn render possible. Ono sees palo ' nro beautiful. A few havo crossbars of Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky. ownedonby the latespring ol MISS L1CC1E 1IKAZLEY, good watrees it and a Stanford, Ky. ter Terms made known on day ol sale. pink covered with cream lace, bluo un satin of the same color, which strength D. Hill. H. WILSON, Exor.T. 47. jt Has just recciu-- a beautiful line of der butter color, green under white, en tho material, but do not add to its lilao nnd mnuvo with cream or maizo beauty. These soft barego dresses RUSSELL & Surreys, Phaetons, 'Buggies, &c. lace, or net overdrapery or trimming. littlo trimming just enough to Piopnetots ..., his prices which stock and Some of tho dresses aro entiroly covered finish off tho edges nnd perhaps n bertha Call and see hisanybodys. petyou want a nice set II are lower than with lace, as if tho dress was of that ma- or bretelles of laco or silk. Tho most of harness, a whip or a duster I am now ready to dellvei manufactuied Ice Hlndj-- Twine for sale. terial over n lining. Thero nro capes, artistic decoration of tho now bareges is Ircm the Stanford Kactary to customers rccuUrlv Main and Danville Sli , Hustovitle, Ky fichus, collets nnd berthas of lnco, nnd shirring and gauffering. This material every morning at the rale of FIFTY Cli.VlS We PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and the have recently repainted and lefurnishcd these, with tho soft nnd summerliko col- has n peculiar weave, which makes such IIouh Ihro'iuhout and arc prepainl to accomat 7JC In smaller lott. modate the t biic In nist.clatt stvle Our Kates gathers set up so well in view that it ors of the materials, mitko tho vnst E. 1IHEMKR, Staoierd. 10 are very reasonable and a gol table at all timet. beautiful thing to see, Tho becomes ornamental when well done. GOURIER-JOURNA- L Special attention to traveling meu Elegant san,. pie room attached I wished to mention tho great popuAlso a pnrnsols in nearly overy caso matched saloon connection with the Hotel Call and sec us 4c for tho color of tho dro.es and wero orna- larity of flno black woolen dres.-e-s mented as full ns they could hold with street wear by women who liko to bo Is a ten pk the t t column democratic nepaper. of everything going. IiEN-Rpuffs nnd gauffers of illusion, crepo classed as elegant rather than showy It contain WATTEKSON l the ed.tor lisse, chiffon or lace. Somo of tho laco dresers. Tho flue camel's hair, tho silk Taken up as a stray by James T. Carsw , tenant PRICE, $.1 00 A YEAR. parasols havo tho covers wrought to lit warp henriettn. tho superb eudora cloth, olj.ll Carter, nearof Maryland, Lincoln iounty, en or about (he jd July, oe I1I.ACK IIOK. over tho parasols smoothly, nnd for sucli are all even handsomer than silk and The WEEKLY males t OL'I , two years old, one hind lost white, has no Iree there nro Ikws of nnrrow ribbon, with set tho stamp of tnio tasto upon tho very liberal terms to acrnt , and gives paper prebrand or other marks. have appraised hint at aud miums for clubs Sample copies ot the J 10. Witness my hand this lid davof Aug , iljj. many loops fastened to tho top and nlso wearer. Theso dresses requiro littlo four page Premium Supplement sent free to any G D hMILEY.J P L. I to tho handles, garniture, save such ns would bo pnt address. Write to UKALUK IN- The animal can be had ly the owner proving properly and paying all eipenses Among tho loveliest of tho toilets seen upon nny corsage, Tho bourdon laco ThcCOURIER-JOURNA- L CO. S04I J T (.ARSON. nt tho Grand Prix was thnt of tho Vi-- is a very suitable trimming for theso LOUISVILLE, K. : comtesso do Logne. It was of roso col- - goods. Black and dark colored silks in The ored taffeta, with white pear blossoms rather light weight nro being finished many houses now for early fall. Many Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, in bunches nnd their folinge ns pattern. Theso flowers wero natural size, nnd nro. draped ith what they call Greek P.tW GREEN. Proprietor. And The et, which has a largo coarso mesh and somo declnred they worn hand painted. : : : Kentucky. Courier-Journ- al Tho skirt was mado extremely full and is very showy, and it wears well too. gathered nil nrouud nt tho top. At tho Many dresses havo full, drooping vasts Wll.'oe sent cne ear to any addrcsa fer 3Z 75. bottom wns n shell trimming of whito of this net, nnd others have tho upper I am still running this Hotel and W. I'. WALTON. Address will continue tc give my cumi the politest attensleoves mado of it; also festooned flounces vnleuciennes laco nbout nn inch nnd S3 Sttnford, Ky tion as well as the best the market atlurds, half wido. exquisitely mnde. Tho corsngo wns .trench shape, gathered very full pecial Attention to the Traveltop and bottom to tho bolt Around tho Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. ing Public. A wnist wns a belt formed of henvy cream you want a When turnout cams to my laco with deep vandyko points, with n As agent for the idow and heirs of I. P. Land, lor almost anything row of points turning downward and rWH, will offer lor sale the iplcndid farm cl Headquarters about another pointing upward, so that it to suit the bard times. Call or leave order s formed a sort of corsolet over tho s Prices LAND, you want. When you wantja 326 ACRES at the Myers House) Orhcc of tho waist. At tho neck tho lace Near Ilustonvllle. In Lincoln country, Ky., of was gathered full liko a pierrot collar. which J. P. Land tiled possessed. It Dot sold prl meal for 25c, call on him. P? vately before thai time the farm will be sold at Tho sleeves wero lnrgo balloon puffs, Co public auction to the highest bidier on with outline cuffs and caps mado of tho vandyko laco. Tho lint worn with this OT STANrORD.tKY., SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, wns of whito ncapolitnn, with pink vol-vIs now fully organiied and ready for business will At tio'clock, sharp. The farm fronts on the Danrosettes nnd bunches of tho whito ville and Huttoimlle Turnpike road, about one Paid up Capital of blossoms of tho cherry set loosely wher$200,000. hall mile South of Morelana station on the CinStanford, Ky. cinnati Southern R. It. It is one oi the best stock ever they would hold, ono bunch falling Surplus, . 21000. farms In Lincoln county 1 h,e soil Is of a good on tho hair from under tho brim. quality of land, finely wt In grass and SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL. springs and every toot ol wat red by Mme. do Gicrs, neo Countess Hoyos I1ANK OK STANFORD, the laud Is susceptible ol easy and profitatilo cul Herberstcin, woro nn elegant costume of THOMAS YEAGER. Now closing up) with the same assela and undat JAMES YKAGER. I he improvements consist ot tivation, KKW I50NKETS. the same management. salmon colored striped crepon witli II y provisions of its chatter, depositors arc at Tho bayadcro silk in A & blnck dots. Tho corsago was draped with and panniers. Commodious Frame Dwelling. fully protected aa aia depositors in Natioaal Banks, its shareholders guipuro both front and back to two small brilliant cross stripes is now considered held individually outbuildings. A A large barn STABLE, liaolc to the estent at the amount of their stock and points, Tho edges of this flax colored tho prettiest of materials for morning enue extends and other residence to tho wide avturnpike Irom therein at the par value thercol, in addition to the dresses, nnd tho most remnrkablo of road' Ilustonvllle, the a place noted lor its schools amount invested in such shares. It may actaa guipuro wero bordered with a very Special Hates to Commercial Men. them resemblo a burnooso in form. and churches, Is a little more than a mile distant. eiecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully aa black chaiitilly lace. Around tho an individual The larm can be Threo or four elegant jackets mado venient size and divided Into three tracts of con. shape. STANFORD. KY. To those who entrusted their bulsincss to us neck was a flat band of black moire, and while mnagliiK the Lincoln National Hank ol of line, glossy black mohair have boon Tkkms. cash when possesaion Is givabove that n full rucho of crepon. Tho en and deed made, the remainder in six and ti If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but Stanford, we we here Under our many thanks and bolt was of wido black moiro ribbon, seen. They fly open in tho front to show months, with Interest from date and lien retained. turnouts will leave our stable. See us trust they will continue to transact their busineat a lining of ricli whito satin. Tho enorwith us, otlering as a guarantee for prompt attenAt the samn time and place I will sell about loo for rates. In our tied in tho back and hanging in two tion to same, our twenty yea.;' espctienct la of Knob Land, about two miles Southeast of long ends to tho bottom of tho skirt. mous rovers aro covered with white banking and as liberal accommodations as arc adjoining the lands of Uud Martin, AlHARNESS SHOP with sound banking. Tho skirt was finished plain around ho guipure, nnd n row of guipure insertion bert Coffey and others. apply to John Land You will find a good assortment of Harness, is carried nil nround tho full skirt. Tho onFor further information at ilustonvilfe, 1 Ky. DIkictoks: bottom, but had rosetto bows of moiro myself Saddles, Arc. Have your repairing done by the premises or LMWARI) ALCORN our man, he understands his business. We have a J. J. Williams, Mt. Yeruoa; set nt intervals of 12 inches all nronnd. sleeves nro simply enormous gigot, but ' Agent for J 1', Land's Heirs, mechanic in our 47 S. 11. Shanks, stanfotd; Tho lint worn with his refined costumo tho whole jncket is very stylish. Among tho minor matters, which still J. S. Owsley, Stanford; BLACKSMITH SHOP. was of whito chip, trimmed with much S J. Embry, Stanford; havo their places, I may speak of tho whito lnco nnd a few smnll blnck wings novelty of having workl and satisfactory Will guarantee J. II. Owsley, Stanford; a fitted waist lining Tiv our horse shoer. prices. nnd two bunches of pink cornflowers on J K. Cash, Stanford; Agents for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft of whatever kind or color suits, and tho salmon shade. William Gooch, Stanlord; machine on earth. is draped in tho fluffiest of over Shoitest and quickest between A. W. Carpenter, MllleilgevilU, K Another beautiful Parisian had n cos- puffs this chiffon in whito or colors. Silk W. II. Cummins, Prcacherivill tumo des courses worthy of her, and it should bo the lining. They may havo S, H. Shanks, President wns composed of mnuvo crepon nnd li- u littlo neat and lino laco insertion as Dr. J.M1. Owsley, Cashier, Only Direct Line between lac silk muslin. Tho front of tho waist finish or not, W. M. llright, Teller. but tho belts and shoulder was of plaited silk muslin and formod knots, or Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, AND harness brctolles, aro ulways Maysvillo, Oynthiana, a smnll vest in front, with rovers of Carlisle mado of U inch satin rihlxm. Theso can Falmouth and Covington. NATIONAL BANK dark green moire, Tho sleeves wero bo worn with evening silks. Duso shape, with upturned cuffs of OK STANFORD, KY. Among tho new continues for very Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains green moire. Tho front of tho skirt was run by Central Standard lime. warm days thero aro complete outfits all TtmeTabloJnnv 14, 1E94. open in a pnnel and hndbands of moiro Capital Stock- mat whito. Tho dress is of whatever TRAINS EAST. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7, down each side, nnd tho panel itsolf in material or stylo the wearer prefers, but p. in. a. m. p. in. Surplus was made of plaited silk muslin. With sho 100 410 700 whito shoes, Leave Kranklort A must wear SOLD TO ' Summit 416 706 110 this was worn a straw hat, bent down whito gloves withwith it Attention of the public is invited to the fac blnck stitching, whito HIV nor 421 115 ALL POINTS: that thia Is the only National Hank in Stanford .711 in front ami turned up high on both lint nnd a whito silk not veil, and sho '" Switiern 43S 718 140 Under the provisions of th.. r.atlonal Bank Act Ground-- 7 a8 a 00 sides, faced with npplo green crcpo do 438 depositors are secured not only by the capital OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, havo a parasol nlso nil white, Tho '" Stamping a 10 Duvil 444 .734 stock, but by the stockholders'1 liability lor an On tho crown wns a perfect gar- must chine. a ao " Johnson 7 40 4 so preferred with whito suits is gencr-nllamount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol WISCONSIN, s 35 den of violets, and among them was set lint " Georgetown I) ...7 46 457 this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. a snilor, but somo prefer tho fancy " C S, Depot 3 00 7 JJ 5 03 Five sworn statements of thecondttion of the bank two roses with foliage ono deep red and 80S " Newton s "3 MISSOURI, KANSAS, All tho whito on neapolitans. are made each yearto the United States governthe other light pink Thero was a sans brims of her outfit must bo mat no " Centreville 816 531 33; ment and its assets are examined at stated tiiUM 8 ao Elizabeth 3 45 53$ by government agenU, thus securing addititoaa NEBRASKA, COLORADO, geno tio of whito embroidered crepo parts Maiiy Dekwent. C Arrive Tans 830 cream or oyster. 535 400 and perfect safety to depositors. lissu, with diamond shaped bucklo in tho This institution, originally established as the Paris. ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, center. Thero wero many other dazDeposit Hank of Stanford in 1838, then lied as the National Hank o( Stanford in i(6j and TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. 11 , The Silk IVttlront. zling costumes there, but it would bo TEXAS, again reorganised aa the First National Hank of a.m. p. in. a. m 4 40 tedious to read of them nil, so I will Stanlord in iSS, has had practically an uninter1000 Tho silk petticoat has becomo an ar- Lve Paris ,...C 605 445 6 if rupted existenceof 11 years. It is better supplied Arr Elizabeth .io 10 511 'iBE WESTORTB-WESS0UTB-WEtoll nbout a fow of tho bonnets shown ticle of artistio elegance, mado of rich Arr Centreville 6 19 now with tacilities for transacting business prompt io 14 week. Ono has a star shaped crown brocades and moiro silks and trimmed Arr Newtown this ly and liberally than ever before in its long and 637 .1011 540 honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu641 600 ArrC.S. Depot II 9 3 CLASS, SECOND CLASS FIRST of emerald green velvet, bordered with with lnco covered ruflles and flounces of Arr GoorKCtown ciaries, firms ind Individuals respectfully toile645 1037 747 AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. Parma violets. Directly on tho center chiffon, nnd is nlmost as important nn Arr Johnson 800 651 1147 ted. The Directory of this Bank it composed ol 810 ArrDuvall is placed a largo bow, with a grasshopper item of dress ns tho gown which is worn ArrStamp'g Ground 10 jt, 6 $7 830 THE BEST ROUTE TO THE 11 00 703 Porestaa Reid, Lincoln county; of green enamel in tho net of crawling over it A very dninty skirt is mado of ' Arr Swltzer....... S 3c ..11 10 713 S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Elkhorn 730 .1117 90s up tho bow. Thero nro "brides' ' of green black and whito stuped silk, with a Arr Summit ..'. O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Arr 7 36 1133 'ULIMAH ViSTIBULiD COACHES, velvet fastened with au emerald stick-pii- flouueo of yellow satin at tho bottom, Arr Frankfsrt...A 11 30 735 915 933 J. W. Hayden, Stanford; A connects with L. & N. over which is a plnited silk muslin rufllo SLEEPING AND DINING CRt S.H. Baughmao,LincoIn, II connects with Q. A C. and L. S. Green velvet makes a rich and not too edged with nnrrow black guipuro and J. S . Uocker, Stanfsrd; C connects with K. C. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE showy a bonnet for n young face. Thero headed with blnck insertion nnd a rncho W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; SUNDAY TRAINS. ' M. D. Elmore, Stanford; White sntin nnd whito aro ribbon loops and a largo bunch of of muslin. Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. MORFOLKWESTERN RAILR0A1 T. P. Hill, Stanford. whito star flowers on ono and a whito chiffon aro tho ideal combination for a m. m.Lve Georgetown 1037; arrive Frankfort 11 30 QUICKEST LINE. CHCAPCST, BEST AND p. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; nigret tip tinted with green Tho bridal initticoat. s The Kentucky Midland Railway and M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Descrlpti Write for Rates, Mat. form the shortest and cheapest route to all strings nro of green velvet ribbon. A amphlcts, to uny Station Agent, or to South, J S. Bocker, President; Miss Mello S. Titas ia ono of the first 30'ints further East, North and West.their agents. hat for a smart tailor costumo is of information apply to M. r. BHAOa, For ALLEN HULL, W. B. BCVILL, John J. McRobcrU.lCathicr; C. D. BERCAW, Gen Pass. Agent. I'w. if Illi. l'awMr(t. Trill checkered straw, black and white. Tho women udmitted to practice as a lawyer A. A. McKinney, Atsisunt Cashier. u. u.Krt,ii, lieu. supi. - j Wi'li'MeffrAt. kulvuks, ra. utu. loumiu.o. in tho state of Now York. ntmoKE,i. crown is rather high for a sailor and vv Arfr $4 has n fcarf of checkered Etirnh and a bunched up bow of tho sanio on ono side, nnd on tho other a shapeless mass of the silk with mi upright pieco looking liko n chimney. For a littlo girl of 0 or 7 there wns n hood of rough straw with plaiting of Russian lnco at tho" back nnd in tho front, the lattor falling well over tho face. There was a bow of blue baby ribbon on the top and another in tho buck of the nock above the enpe ruf-tlof the same kind of lace. The string's paed around tho back of tho neck nnd tied in the front. At the Veraingo the costumes aro peon in nil their beauty, nnd no part is hidden, as it is in it carriage, but they nro generally of n quieter order. Ono costume that was much ndmii'ed wa of silver gray crepon, with black moire ns trimming. The waist had a full vest simulated between two rounded rovers of very heavy moiro and n.small Jledicis collar of tho same. The drooping puffs of the upper sleeves fell over tho moiro mittens. On tho skirt woro two rows of moiro ribbon sewod Hat nnd ending on ench side under largo rosettes of tho ribbon, which, being 3 inches wide, made tho rosettos G inches in diameter. With this was worn n tiny enpoto of grny chip, with black laco nnd yellow roses o BONY CARTER Vhen Unby was tick, we Ravn her CastorK When chi nmn Child, tho crlol for Ctutorla. ivixJxJi3srnE3e-2- r Two doors above roat-Oillc- e. Is a candidate lor Constable in the Ilustonvllle District, subject to the democratic convention. Always on hand When she Ixvame Ills, h clung to Castor). When she had ChlMrvnjshe fjvetht'in Cajnort. THOMAS GOOCII Is a candidate for Constable in the Ilustonvllle Magisterial District, subject to the action ol the democracy, and would appreciate your support. Tho Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Can bo had in the market Prices lower than the lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call aud examine before biiv Ing MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. Stanford, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. COMMERCIAL 1ILOCK Wy. I.. DAWSON Bridge Building! bettn 47. td Is a Candidate for .Magistrate in the Stanfotd precinct Subject to the action of the democracy. Mavis Verticil Feed Sowing Minos Sealed proposals will be received by the undrr-tinne- d M Stanuml, Ky . for an Iron llndce to lie tt a candidate for Constable in tho Ilustonvllle built oer LoRan'sCrreW, near Stanford, Ky . un- MaKltterlal District, subject to the action ot the til Sept 4, v 4. ltrld;e 10 cover space So' f""t democratic parly. abutments 16 fiet wide. Work to be completed by Not, t, iM Apply to letter on in person to J. M. llOs'l.KV, DAVID II. C. PEYTON, Are the best because 'hey run lighter and can do than any other sewing machine. The a Kreater variety of work J S UWSLKY.SK., JOHN HIUC.HT, J.H..McALlSTKU. J. A. SHANNON, Lndios of Llncoin County Are cordially Invited to call at tho M Asaph Hotel and examine the machine, as well as sam McMUKRAY IIUOS.j pltsof its work Stanford, Ky l 13-t- Committee. Is a candidate for Constahle in tho Husteuville Precinct. Election November next. POSTED. :g. D. SMILEY Is a tonvllle precinct, subject This netlco forewarns hunters, fishermen and democratic party. others not to trespass on our lands without as all su.h will be prosecuted to the lul est extent of the law. Signed: JL. MKS.AMANDA ALCORN. W. M. llKWEx. Ij a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the Ilus tonville precinct; subject to the action of the democratic party candidate lor Justice ol the I'eace in the Ilusto the action ol the DK.W. PENNY Dcutlttt. 13. B.ADAMS, OITice South Side Main St., In olT.ce recently vacated by Dr. Lee K. Hullman, Stanford, Ky. Higgins & Watts, of Coal, Stanford, THE RILEY HOUSE T. J. BENEDICT, All Kinds 1 Aix-les- Snob Land for Sl neyer-lallln- Respectfully Xxrvitd. D. S. CARFEXTTEB,, well-know- n ' g 1 ICE, ICZB- - BROWN, r VEUDOME 30TXL, THE WEEKLY eij-h- 11 hrst-dai- Y ' COURIER-JOURNA- R. Zimmer, -- L J 1 I 1 J Fancy Groceries, Do- I The Myers House. n Weekly Foreign and Stanford, i mestic Fruits, Fine Farm For Sale 1 1 first-cla- LIVERY STABLE. shir-ring- OF first-clas- Farmers Rank&Trnst ot R ZIMMER. blue-gra- never-failin- g nai-ro- w mi first-class YEAGER fhd mn YEAGER, l-- li One-thir- Turn-ersvill- coa-inp- ut liri-dle- s, ti sil Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort first-clas- s NORFOLK RAILROAD. WESTERN TICKETS FIRST $200,000 21,300 y .v 11 T, S1 NORTH AND EAST. i. connec-Jon- Time-Tablc- ,- . ,t-- f LA& 'iVlJ