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Al lAWC eyes glared with expectancy on the u Tho Liberty Fair proved to bo a paying Bro. Pike Re Iterates his Charges Against prisoner, as ho babbled of suninstitution. Tho crowd in attendance Mr. Bethurum and Gives Him Some beams glinting through "tho verdurous the first day was tolerably good, but tho thing More to Think About. MARRIAGE RING. roof's luslclcavy greenery," of the "tink- two last days' exhibition drew liko a ling tenor of tho clear, pebbly Btreams. I wish to ruply to tho Btntoiifctit maths circus used to in Stanford beforo tho liof the cool, dark shadows of murmuring by Mr. D. I IMIiurum in your Inst cense fee was put out of eight, aud the IIY JC. T. S.ML'X'JI. pines Its forked tongue leaped savageTuesday's Issue. Ho nay, ttiat Mr. Auscrowd each of those days was estimated (WRITTEN TOA THE IHTKRIOR Jot ItNtL ly forth to reach him. Panting with tin did not toll your corrvspontlunt wimt 812,50010 3,000. Everybody in attend (Continued from last Tuesday, ) rage, its black breath darkened tho sky. ho reported for ho is too much of n genance seemed to bo out for fun and an A great lump arose In Mr. Carter's mi ioegnmeu ana iiumo scorched conxne tleman, Ac., and he (IMhurumi calls on exploration of tho mysteries that a day me to rectify it nt once, Ac. Now I wish throat, but steadying his voice ho eaid: ductor dropped exhausted to tho ground subjected to tho strictest scrutiny may Lisand sobbed out: to say that I have written nothiiiK to "Bo quiet one moment Mr. Allyn. bring forth, and hence better humored DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. "Boys its no use! We've done our ten calmy to me for a minute. I think I take hack. If I had written anything assemblages were never Been. A pen THE PROCTER ft OAM DLE CO, CINTI. if that was not trno, I would gladly correct can bavo you you will do as I direct. best. Ho has stopped talking now. The picture of the Immense crowds might be If you do not avail yourself of thin chance laBt words I heard him Bay were: 'Eveit, hut I feel Batisfled that Mr. Austin painted on the imagination by stating I am afraid you will he burned to death. lyn, for your Baku " made the statements to me on the streets briefly that thoy would compare favoris Iu a few seconds there was nothing in Lancaster, boiuo two or three months There no hope for mu, The tire haa ably with the crowds that assemble at so much headway now that I think it left except a lot of twisted aud warped 1 ap. Bince'.' It occurred in this wny. representative Fairs in the J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. proached him and said: "Mr. Austin, I will bo impossible for the force of res- iron, a heap of ashes nnd smouldering Fair women and chivalric mon were su" coals, "a ghostly Golgotha," to mark the people In cuers to put it out with understand from a great many perabundant, and what more could havo Sep. 4, 1894. "Oh! talk quick t God have mercy on spot. our county, that you left aevoral harrels been expected? The Fair was splendidly me! Talk quick!" When the news of tho wreck reached managed ana wine of whisky at Mr. Hethurum'a the premiums liberal. All Full corpt of Conservatory stnd Normal School teachers. Superior coursea In Literature, Muilc laad "Don't interrupt me," continued Mr. White Sulphur it caused a great com- rings were well filled, house, and when you went back it wna the trotting races An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circular! furnished on application. all gone. I would like to know tho facts Carter, "I am going to do a great favor motion. The visitors flocked to tho tel- were closo nnd sure enough horse races, I am going to submit to untold egraph otlice anxious about expected about it." In reply ho said; "I left 22 for you. but the bicycle races, as was the case at barrels ungulsh and pain in order that you may riends and relatives. was barrels, I think it the Stanford Fair, proved to be too oneThe first telegram received was from sided to entertain. any way,) and when 1 went back it was escape. You are married, I am single. all gone, except one piece of a barrel." Your life is more important than mino. Mr. Allyn announcing his safety. Mrs. The fat man's raco raised a roar, espeI feel confident that Mr. Austin will ver- For your wife's Bake for hersake I do Allyn'a maid took this, and rushed away cially when Sam Rout fell and almost 10, 1894. " to Mrs. Allyn'a room to deliver it. When rolled heels over head when he was withify what I have said and instead of tak- this for her sake Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as fol"Go on ! Don't stop. Tho Uro is gain- the maid rushed in she found Mrs. Aling anything back, I now wlsti to a few yards of tho wire and the race lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineering ground every eecoud," again Mr. lyn sitting on the aide of tho bed weep- in and emphasize it. was conceded to be his. Sam is the shape ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. Allyn interrupted. ing bitterly. of Anderson Nunnelley now, and has I can boo tho holo that Mr. 13. is work"Underneath me," continued Mr. Car"What is the matter, ma'am?" anxi- been training blmBelf for several weeks, COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. ing to get out through, lie probably ter, suppressing his emotion, "is a pool Board in dormitories S2.25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. ously asked the maid. using weights, etc., but his tumble lost thinks that because tho distillery was of bcalding water. I am lying on a car "Oh! I had the most horrid dream for him tho prize of So, though it was For Catalogues apply to not registered in his namo and because seat which keeps mo from being scalded. After you left, I laid down and dropped worth more than that amount by a great JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, the records in Mr. Austin' hands do I can work this Beat from under my body, oil' sleep. I to dreamed there was a fear- deal to tho tremendous and appreciative Lexington, Ky. not show him to be connected with the with your assistance. Then by immers- ful accident on the railroad aud one very assemblage. Had ho not looked back business, that we have no right to say, ing my body in the scalding water, I dear to me was killed, oh! what agony and stumped his toe, he would have gotthat it is Bethurutn's property, Ac, but think I can give you space enough to W. B. McKinney. heautlered!" Mra. Allyn broke down ten there. In his next raco Sam should W. H. Higgins. notwithstanding tho above may be truei through thu and again began to weep. crawl over me, and escape "remember Lot's wife," and never look yet I claim that wo havo a legal right to broken window beyond us." "Well, I declare, ma'am, that'a strange! back. There wero three entries in his Belhur-utii'- a By, liethurum'B wine house or "For God'a Bake, hurry up then." There has been a bad accident on the race. distillery, and why? Because Mr. "Don't be impatient, I am getting the railroad and they say lota of people were The gentleman that got tho prize in Bethurum Hworo In our last May circuit locations, now, with my hands. But killed. But I hope none of your friends the ugly man'a ring got his just deserts. when on trial (or selling whisky, llrst promise mo to always be kind to court, " were hurt. Ilero'B a If on the face of the earth he haa a comthat he then owned the distillery, and if your wife, to devote your life to her hap"An accident, where? To which petitor, a genuino one I mean, It would what Mr. B. claims, is true, and lie has " piness to train?" with blanched cheeks Mrs. Al- tako a whole heap of time and money to not been engaged in the business for two havo you got to do lyn asked. "Wlmttbe d find him. His face will break any glass. years, thon I would not ask him how it with how I treat my wife? What is she "To the train going east, the one you It is not safe to tell tales and call names, We have our plows in and can show you the la that the records of our circuit court " to you?" aud Mr. Carter too, but if this should fall under his eye, show him nu standing indicted lor the Before Mr. Carter could reply a long, Before the maid could finish Mrs. Alhe will be conscious of the fact that lam unlawful Belling of whisky, on the fol- flickering ilamo of tire burst through one lyn threw up her hands and dropped dealing in facts, if he has ever Been him20, '113, lowing days: May 25, '9.1, Sept. of the window panes with a loud report. heavily to the floor. The maid ran out self in a mirror. He is about 6 feet 1 Sept. 23, '03, Feb 13, 'il. And Mr. lh "I'll promise anything! Just let me tho people of this county, get out and I'll promiee anything! For and started down the hall, screaming at aud looks like he had been in many knows that every step for help. thrilling escapades, in each of which he all (peak of tho distillery and the wine UoJ's aako hurry up ! I am Buffering Friends hastily gathered in Mrs. Al- was Bornewhat disfigured, and all this house as his, and that it is bo understood, all thu tortures of the damned at thu lyn'a room, picked her up and gently additional after nature had done all she I do not wonder at Mr. B.'a denying thought of being burnt alive I" said Mr placed her on tho bed, then two or three could in making him a fit subject for the For the money. Come and see them before you purchase. tho charge, for I can prove by good men Allyn, changing his tone. of them started or the doctor but the rine he entered at the Fair. He would that he has mado and sold whisky in "I am hurrying all I can, though maid had anticipated them and was algood for the blue tie violation of thu United States laws, nnd it means untold tortures to me ready on her way back, accompanied by would have been aa in a similar ring at the World's Fair as a ho has denied it, You havo not given one tho Slate laws and that thought the doctor. nickel is for a ginger cake. I wish you in the court and out of It, and that it is to what I must sutler, but never r "How did it happen?" aaked the could see him just once. No betting was nothing now for him to deny these mind about that, I am as anxious for as he hurried along to Mrs. Allyn'a done in hiB ring it was too things, and now I wish to say to Mr. B. you to escape, as you are yourself. But room. The baby bIiow was one of the most in all good feeling, if I have said one don't bo too sanguine, I am quite stout "I was telling her about the accident interesting features of the programme. -if he and it is poasible word that I can not sustain, and that I cannot lower my on the railroad, when she suddenly There was quite an array of handsome I will gladly correct it, body sutllciently to allow you to paaa " will show it to me threw up her hands and fell to tho youngsters. for God knows that I would not do him Let mo try "Oh don't aay that tloor." The hotels and boarding houses seemw an Injustice. It ho wishes this matter to Quick or it will be too late!" Mr. Allyn . r TSfc,WtasVx MV fu - II.ILiri.MlLIK.)c "Was she expecting any friends by f fljXmSy5 ed to be equal to the big job of accomstop hero, all is right, and if not, I will agonizingly cried out. the train?" modating the innumerable guests from produce the facts connected with his "Put your hand under my body, heroi "Yes sir, her husband was on the many Kentucky towns, and I heard of as regards the now Biezo thu seat and pull. Now 1" life for tho last few years, train." Is Keceiving His and they will show whether I for it. She has, I hope, nobody "sleeping 5 or 0 in a bed cross business, "That accounts When the Beat came out Mr. Carter, his exhave exaggerated anything In connection with a silent invocation for fortitude, only fainted. In telling news like that wise," as Ed Walton told me was -:- -:- with it or not. Respectfully, Was perience at a hotel while attending a requickly allowed his body to sink down you ought to be very particular. cent Fair, where the men outnumbered A. J. Pikk, Correspondent. into the pool of scalding water. He her husband hurt in the accident?" Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. "No sir, I had a telegram from him the beds in that proportion. could scarcely keep from crying out in e The hop at tho handsomo his agony. Ten thousand red hot need- which I was taking to her. but she faintWednesday night was largely attended A Dramatic Hrrnr. les seemed to pierce his tlesh. His tern, ed before she read it. Oh ! I am so bor-rand proved quite enjoyable. The StanA dramntio but solemn sceno wm plea throbbed until it seemed their veins if I'm the cause of her faintiug. I 8witnessed nt tho dedication of church would burst, didn't know before elio cared so much ford orchestra furnished tho music. Walk ilia brain seethed with in Utica, N. Y., a Miorttimo ago. Dea- tire. Through his tightly clenched teeth lor her iiueuauu. lie used to go on McKinney was "prompter," and a better - And con John Schermcrhoru, 77 years old, hunting aud fishing trips and stay for ono never lived. had taken K'ront interest In raising he muttered. We all witnessed many funny things, "Now go! Remember about your weeks at a time aud it didn't seem to funds for building tho new edifice. He But the funniest of all may be, " worry her much." of tho church, wife your promisea was one of tho Was Congressman Sil 3 Adams r "You can't tell by appearence 'about Mr. Allyn waited for no second invinnd at tho closo of tho servicos tho Throwing at a wooden baby. Now in stock will be sold urged him to make a fow remarks tation but crawled quickly over Mr, such things. There is no greater mysThe night of tho hop, several quiet old Ho sang two verses of u hymn and clos-e- l Carter's sunken body, reached the win- tery than a woman's heart?" said the gentlemen from Lincoln wero at the thus: "I havo prayed for thisiluco dow and emerged in safety. doctor oa he entered tho room. Napier House, in a retired portion of the I seo my n great many times. Now Tho crowd made way for him, as he hotel enjoying tired nature's sweet reAfter Mr. Carter saw that Mr. Allyn prayer nnswered. Lord, let now thy Mrs. Allyn crowd of young sorvnnt depart in peace. Lord, Jeaus, was safe a sudden chill seized him, then walked to the bed on which pose. A babplaced. had been you kown it is all right between theo his brain began to wander and ho men, "after the ball was over," sought to Ho gazed on her pale face, whiter now and mo." As ho finished tho sentence bled of cool, spray, splashed rocks, of disturb their peaceful slumbers by catchMr. Schcriuorhorn dropped aud imme- clear pebbly streams, of graBsy swards, than the pillow on which it rested hut ing one, two or possibly three of a flock THE HERD OF diately oxpired. Of course thorowas in- fct.irred with dandilioua aud daisies and lovely, still, iu its pallor. HerunconQn-e- d of geese that invade Liberty's Public tense excitement in tho congregation of brown-eyegolden-hairefairies tresses nestled around her dimpled Square, and throwing them in on tho Red over this remarkable uuswer to grayer singing and dancing in sylvan nolitudes. shoulders iifa cloud of gold. beds of the above referred to reposing for releaso from life When Mr. Allyn emerged from tho Tho friends nnd family with gentlemen. Being up to snuff in several R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, window tho rescuing party, headed by hearts and stifled agonies anxi- secret lodges and their they lllun lliii-- Salmon 1'or Canning. Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky, recognized none of them in the ejaculaTho run of bluo hack finlmou in tho tho conductor, were busily engaged in ously awaited the doctor's decision. Can his skill bring back the roses' tions of the gander that had by the Columbia this season is almost unprece- bringing water to subdue tho flames. Pigs for aalo from the best types of Registered "Are you hurt?" tho conductor asked bloom on those pale cheeks or gem with young men been forced to visit the old dented. Ono cannery down tho river, Stock, breeders secured from the best berds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited aro packing in largo quan- Mr. Allyn as he crawled out. lips? men, and the fowls wero unceremoniwliero thoy rubies, again, those deftly chiseled tities, bocanio overstocked recently, and "No," Mr. Allyn. replied. Can it bring back the light of life to ously ejected, amid tho laughter of a big tons of spoiled flsh had to bo 13 "Aro there auy others under the Bido those sweet, brown eyes? crowd that had gathered to see the thrown away. Tho run of chinook is of that car?" asked tho conductor. The clock on tho mantel softly ticked feathers, etc., tly. For further particuaud not up to formor years. only fair "Yea there's a big fat duller under the8econda away. Through the open lars, inquire of the president and secreIn former times bluo backH wcro novor as fish lit for tho tablo, and there with both legs broke," Mr. Allyn window faintly floated the "whistle of a tary of the Stanford Uniformed Band, the recognized Through a rift in members of which (to digress a little) Ushormon, when thoy caught thom in replied, aa he began to Hick the dust distant locomotive. nots, usually throw thom bock from his clothea with his handkerchief. the curtain a gleam of sunshine crept, did a great deal of courting in the "State their "Hurry up with the water boyaj and, resting on her hair, seemed a crown of Casey" during the Fair. into tho Btream. Now tho blno back 1b a Port-lauBtaplo product of tho cannery. There's a man under tho wreck with his of glory. The married men of the Band behaved Oregonian. Hurry legs broke, wo must savo him! The doctor grayely knelt by her eide beautifully and were never seen promethe water along!" said the conductor. and felt for her pulse. He placed his nading with more than two lovely ladies A Moaqutto Yam. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Then turning to Mr. Allyn, be said: ear over her heart and breathlessly list- at one time. The hand atand was honmosquito story of tho Tho biggest "Here, it you are not hurt, take this ened for its faintest flutter, then raising ored by visits of many lovely damsels. It latins that th.Qn.en sal Cresernt flout. Is It mlls ihort.it comes from a Maino man who 6aya u Uiwto Cincinnati anl Leilaston isnilci shortest Cincinnatish.rteit, up, he hoarsly whispered: approached his Buinmor bucket and help bring water." rill J stuTtnt 1'ia.iuna'i to Niw Orleans; 101 lollc, The directors and visitors spoke many that when ho CmcUiuti l Ctuttauwga, AUaau, or Jacsjimrilli, KlorUa. "Excuse me, I've got enough of it. cottago tho other day ho noticed, o he "Sue is dead I" kind words about our Band, which was SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS thought ho did, that somebody had taken I'm no hog. 1 know when I've got The End. duly appreciated. In fact, everybody t etn all of th. atxiT. points. Thrown Tar. to YlciiWj nd ShrT tho liberty of painting his door over, enough l" said Mr. Allyn, as be walked r was so considerate and took bo much in U lurt. Oulr lino runclM turonsti cir CindanitlTla KnoiviU. tut On September 17tb, tho Sovereign Molco but boforo ho had found words Buitablo away flicking the dust from his clothes. A.h..Illo. S. C. IHrttt Una ta TeM anUCalifornia, Ntw Orleans or terest in tho boys while there, that inhrora LouisfilH. Shrt report. Ask eot about tours t U for tho occaslou his wrath turned to fchelbrTll! nl I.renc.bur. direct ronncctliia Is mat. at L.llEW "That's exactly what you are and a Grand Lodge convenes at Lookout Moun- dividually they feel like exclaiming ttk ..utaUa trains u all ,kt. Svutl.. discovering that tho change dismay on c mxEAm. d done at that!" rejoined the con- tain. The Queen and Crescent Route "Give me Liijsrtv or give me death." of color was duo to tho mosquitoes, who Gea'l l'ats'r Aftut, Claclana'J. 0. (Cincinnati Southern) will Bell tickota.at wawcro waiting for him to oome and let ductor, aa he hurried a way for more While in Liberty on a serenade, greatly reduced rates, auording a tine ter. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Harvey Helm made a decided them in. Lwiston Journal. many pointa of . In oratory he touched the akies, hit, But of what avail are man'a feeble ef-- opportunity to visit tho forta when Death hovered over and with interest around historic old Lookout, And liked to have never "lit." Jake Gaab, of Somerset, haa been Jok F. Waters. dusky wings fanned the willing flames? ' Ask any agent for particulars. colored attache, Joe Chenault. our 70 IT. THECROWNLESS MARTYRS OF THE ! . 99Xo? PURE Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Blue-Grass- (20-od- d State Collegeo&Kentiieky Opens September af-tlr- m PLOWS 1 Best Plow on the ket. Mar- -- 11 i doc-ro- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. H.G.RUPLEY, ? one-aide- 1 1 !rcEttiffe&4&-!sT- .fRlli, ... fff FALL AND WINTER GOODS. court-hous- y f trui-tec- s pan-to- IOKJ -- CffiJEST REFRIGERATORS W. fun-lovi- tt WEAKEN & CO. S ULUE-GHAS- d, d Duroc Jersey Swine tear-drowu- ed pass-word- SliBSii5Biili r 17 d 109 23 90 sea-so- u vis-'iti- ng &L J ': -aLL. n'V E3?E N C"V?Tts,S TV - Semi-Week- ly li 1. fl H lift 4 a K . I-1 n If M um ft n-- Madame Rumor saya another wedding will occur in our town. "Guess who?" 8TAUFORD Ky., September Crab Orchard is as is usual in summer very gay antl everybody seems to bo having a good time. W. P. WALTON. Watermelons aro plentiful end the darkies aro happy and I honestly DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. somo of tho whito folks aru too. . And our efforts have been untiring. This week wHl witness a big Mrs. Gus Hofmann, Mr. Felix MyFOK CONGRESS ers and Mr. F. W. Tilford aro now on tho Clearance Sale at the For County Judge JaS. WALKER GIVENS . sick list. Hope all will be better soon. G. D. COOPER Clerk To day, the Orphan Brigade, God PAXTON J. ' Attorney. Tho younger set were nicoly enterbless them, meets at lUissellvillo, where . T. D. NEWLAND Sheriff tained by Mrs. D. B. Edmiston Saturday elaborate preparations have been made . E. D. KENNEDY A.seuor evening in honor of Miss Graco Tudor's G. W. DEUORD for its entertainment. The ranks of this Jailer birthday. All report a grand time. daring command aro fast decimating Miss Katie Slauehter left Wednes and but a fow years will elapse before Dry Aqain. The saloon men tempt- their valiant deeds in war and their day to attond school at Midway. Shu ed fate when they attempted to use the achievements in peaco will be a memory, entertained a number of her young technicalities of the law to defeat the so let ns cherish them while we may. friends very pleasantly Tuesday evening We must have the space for the winter stock which is already en popular will. In March last the Stanbefore her departure. and counNEWSY NOTES. ford precinct, including town Prof. Stapp has leased tho James route, and every summer article goes for a little, a very little price to try, voted by a majority of 24 to prohibit McAlister property and will open "Col make them go at once. Will quote you only a few prices that you The first dictionary was made in lege Homo" about tho middle of Septem- can have some idea how the sale, barter or loan ol spirituous, vi- China. the entire stock will run this week. Read nous or malt liquors. We were not one ber. Ho proposes to build up a In France typhoid fever patients are these of the 24, but in our issue of the follow- given five or six quarts of water a day. female college in our midst and wo without ing day we accepted the result sincerely hope that he will meet with In the past year 311,404 immigrants $12,000. even a grimace and promised to support arrived in this country, Germans being Joe Murphy knocked 2j seconds off tho hearty support of the entire comtne law as fully as if we had been for it. in the lead. the 2J miles, record, held for 14 years, at munity and that Crab Orchard will yet Unmindful of the fact that majorities the New Harlem track, Chicago, doing have a college that sho can be proud of. Twenty-fiv- e lives were lost and Mr. F. A. Zeller and Mr. Ralf Kane, must ever rule in this democratic counof property destroyed by the the distance in play, try and that the people love fair John Noel, of Forka of Elkhorn of Noblesville, Ind., were guests of Mr. Hood in Texas. the saloon men set to work to get an John D. White lost a little son of Franklin county, bought last week of and Mrs. J. F. Holdman this Whale Hone 5c dozen. other chance. It was uiscovereu mai mpntneria Jtrtuay anu ms uaugnter is Simon Weihl, Lexington, 150 head of Hattie and Mr. James Jones, of Buckeye, visited Mies Lottie Dillion durtowns of the class of Stanford had been hopelessly ill of it. cattle at $4 25 per cwt. 500 yds col. Hamburg 3c yard. given in the general charters exclusive The Harrodsburg Democrat reports ing the week. Rev. Will Anderson, who There were S.390 arrests in Louislilack Silk Lace 5c yard. of the licontrol, through their council, ville for the year ending Sept. 1, 6,740 Bales of a number of crops of wheat at conducted such a successful re viral of re Curling Tongs 10c. quor traffic, and that she had a right to males anil 1,050 females. 44 and 45c. Generally speaking the to ligion in our midst departed Thursday to v completo his course in theology at the vote on the question separately. Coun-tKid Curlers 5c dozen. bacco crop in Mercer is good. Col. John O. Brodhead, the well Judge Varnon refused to order the known civil engineer, died at his resiThe Journal firmly believes that the Mossy Creek College, near Knoxville, ho Side Combs, 10c. election when petitioned, but the matter dence near Shelby ville, Ky. rooster that our friend Walton bays laid is a superior preacher now and if he IMuc, Yellow and White Napkins, Sauf- being taken before Circuit Judge 35c dozen. Uvalde, Texas, is submerged by the eggs, will eventually turn out be an old still improves is bound to rank among Outing Cloth' Shirts, 20c. ley he issued a mandamus compelling swollen Leona river and five person b hen with frizzlly feathers. Jessamine the first in the land. Mies Sabra P. Hays Bpent a few days with tho family of Mr. him to do so. The election was accord- have already been drowned. A good pair suspenders, 10c. Journal. ingly ordered. We opposed it on the J. T. Veatch & (Jo. bought this week R. 11. Bronaugh on her return from Pitts Silk Finished, wire buckle suspenders, 15c. There is a decline of $23,000,000 in grounds that if Stanford had peculiar the property assessment of the State and of John Noel, Forks of Elkhorn, Frank- burg. Mrs. S. A. Higgins is visiting relA big lot of Neglige and Laundered Shirts, collars and cuffs rights in the matter, she had forfeited and a deficit of $3,000 to meet 50c, lin county, a car load of extra nice atives and friends in Stanford. worth Si. them by voting without protest in the heavy fat hogs at $5.15 per cwt. JessaCol. Silas Adams scored the district LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. precinct elections. A majority had said committee in bis speech at Manchester mine Journal. Childrcns Shoes, 20c. we must try local option and we wanted for working in the interest of one man. The $20,000 Nutmeg Purse, o! which Mens' Shoes, 75c. R. M. JackBOU and E. K. Wilson , their will respected and the trial made. Edward 8. Dean, one of Cleveland. $11,000 went to the winner, was won at went to Crab Orchard Sunday. Hoys' Knee Pant Suits, 75c. It seems that a good many others thought umos ricnest citizens commuted sui- Charter Oak Park, Hartford, Conn., by Mrs. Sallie Sawyer accompanied by Good working pants for men, 75c. . as we did, for in the election Saturday in cide because he was "tired of Buffering." the great mare Nellio A., owned by Miss Virgie Hardin, left for Wilmore, Boys' Felt Hats, 10c. a vote of less than 300, 50 more than Lexington. C. Angline, of The widow of Senator Hurst, of CalMonday. half voted to sustain the result of the first ifornia, is the most heavily insured woRobert J. broke the world's harness I am happy to say that I was mis Ladies' Oxfords, 60c, worth Si. election, thus settling the question in fa- man in tne world. She has $300,000 on racing record for one mile at Fort Wayne taken about Mrs. Edward Parker having Remember the fine picture that is given away with every vor of local option for three years at least, her life. So's going the distance in 2:03J and dethron typhoid ftver. All the other patients worth of goods. and for all time if it proves the panacea for The Arkansas State election was held ing Nancy Hanks, Mascot and Flying are getting along well. all ills that its advocates claim. We yesterday, when the democratic ticket Jib, who bad made the record of 2:01. Col. Armstead Adams and Mrs. shall use our humble efforts to make it was doubtless elected by 25,000 majority E. P. Woods bought of Mrs. Mary Rice and son, of Fort Worth, Tex., so, trusting to be convinced that our pre- or more. Matheny and her son Will. 00 hogs av- left for Garrard county, Saturday, after conceived ideas with reference to high An innovation has been introduced eraging 175 pounds at 4 Jc. Mr. Wools a week's visit in Londod. license are wrong and that prohibition on the Soo line. The engineer will here- shipped them to Cincinnati and while The London Manufacturing CompaKTT., can and will prohibit. Let any animos- after employ his fireman instead of the driving them to the depot lost 12 by the ny has $7,700 worth of orders on hands have created company. ities that the contest may severe heat. to be filled. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor ha forootten and let us all Btrike hands The Pennsylvania will run harvest Hustler Ruesell. driven by Thomas Mr. John Feltncr has bought Mark of the new law and excursions out of Louisville, Sept. 11, 25 O. Yeager, got second money in the 2:20 in the enforcement T. D. RANEY, Manager. Hardin's restaurant at Corbin. Mark labor for the final extermination of that and Oct. 0, to the West and Northwest, pace at Fort Wayne, Ind., Friday. He has recovered sufficiently from an atgiant evil the accursed rum traffic. at half fare plus $2. won the first two heats but lost the last tack of typhoid fever to be able to sit Jacob F. Bamberger, senior member three to Gueritta, owned by G. & C P. up. set afloat by Thk latest scandal is that of the firm of Bamberger, Bloom & Co., Cecil, of Danville. Best time 2:12. The report to tho Louisville Post the threatened suit of divorce by Mrs. of Louisville, died suddenly last evening The new Louisville Jockey Club that Clay will carry Laurel county for Vanderbilt, of the millionaire Willie K. at bis residence in New York. was organized by electing the following governor is evidently an error. Of Zinc and Canvass Covered Round and Square Top Gen. family. It seema that Willie, which by An English syndicate has practically officers: Wm. F. Schulte, president ilarUin has always bad strong supportwav seems to be an unfortunate arranged to purchase the the 34 paper and Emile Bourller, vice president; M. Lewis; ers here and has alwayshad the county's name, is not happv in his domestic rela- pulp mills in Wisconsin for $14,000,000, Clark, presiding judge; Charles F. Price, instructions. He is known to nearly tions, having a cold hearted, imperious half of which is to be paid in cash. secretary; Henry Wehmhoff, treasurer every democrat in the county, having he has perwoman for a wife, and that Louisville barely escaped another A. C. Robinson sold to W. S. Beaz spoken for us when his services were mitted his affections to wander to a beau- cyclone Sunday last. A fine new school ley, for W. Bales, of Madison. 40 head J. badly needed and for these services, if tiful, but heartless adventuress, Mrs. building was nearly destroyed and much of export cattle, weighing 1,530, at 4. there was no other reason, "the boya" Nettie Neustrutter, and brought shame other property badly injured by the fur- Tudor k Long, of Madison, passed will certainly stick to him. on himself and family. The woman has ious wind. And Bags. through Monday from Mercer county of many men, whom been the mistress It is now said that the friends of with 215 extra feeding hogs that they CHURCH AFFAIRS. she has dropped after bleeding them to Kolb in Alabama have abandoned their purchased in Mercer, at 4'c. Lancaster Elder J. G. Livingston is holding a death, and she iB working off the mil- intention of contesting the governorship, Record. meeting at Fariston, Laurel county, and of her newest lover, with her ac and will run him for Congress in the lions M. S. Baughman's great roadster had a number of additions to last accustomed ability. Strange indeed that a Seventh district. mare, Ella B., is doing splendidly since counts. man will be such a fool. 57 years of power Queen VicIn her he brought her home two weeks ngo and Tho Richmond Register says that toria has eeen every throne in the world has fattened over 100 pounds in that "Under a law recently passed postmasBro. Barnes has changed his shibboleth ters are authorized and empowered to vacated at least once, and some of them time. She will be in fine shape for the from "God is Love and Nothing Else" high executive sta- St. Louis Fair and the horse that beats administer any and all oaths required to several times, and to "Breckinridge is the Man and Nobody For the Season of 1S94-- 5 and will know that he has been in hot pensioners and their witness- tions filled and refilled repeatedly. her be made by Else." A great revival of industry has company. excution of their vouchers with es in the Next Sunday is Rev. W. E. Arnold's pwaseneu at uirmingnam, Ala., since William Rue was particularly lucky like effect and force as officers having a affix tho the tariff bill was passed. Many furna- with George F. Anderson's King Chester last of this conference year. Hissermon seal and such postmaster shall ces that have long been idle have started at Lexington Friday. He wore the blue will be a review of the work of the year stamp of his office to his signature to up, and more coal is now being mined in the ring for harness stallions four and he hopes to have as many of his With Companies of Known Merit. such vouchers. For the work he shall members present as possible. . than for many months past. House seats 500; is lighted by electricity, has large stage and good exceeding 25c for each vouch-eryears old and oyer and also in the receive not Bro. McGarvey has taken our good Fearful forest fires raged over North, sweepstake harness stallion ring, defeatScenery. The law will be of great convenern Minnesota and Wisconsin Sunday, ing Highland Denmark and several oth- Brother Barnes to task for advocating the ience to pensioners and put a few dimes election of Breckinridge and says right destroying six towns and villages, burn- er good ones. in badly paid postmasters' pockets. out that hia glory having departed, he ing thousands of dollars worth of propW. A. Tribble and A. Logan Denny has to strike for something sensational. of the last few days erty and burning over 350 people to both Among the deaths Stanford, Ky. fared badly at the Lexington Fain of two men, who took a big death. The long continued drouth caus neither of them taking a string. This is He thinks It was an evil wind that blew those Gen-N- . the evangelist back to Kentucky. ed the fire. part in the war of the rebellion, something unusual for Mr. Tribble, who MY STOCK OF and Sam , John P. King, of Fayette county, Rev. J. T. Zimmerman caused a sen P. Banks, ol Massachusetts, has been winning right along with Kate J.Kirkwood, of Iowa. The former had and a 'strong Breckinridge man, killed Malloy, while it is also out of the order sation at a funeral at Crawfordsville, Ind.' been governor of hiB State, speaker of George Cook, in Clark county, because of things for Mr. Denny, who always by denouncing the black coffin in which the National House and commander of the latter questioned the character of shows good horses and gets his share of the deceased reposed. Ho declared it emblematic of sin and loudiy proclaimed h TWeral department of the gulf dur the women who attended the Breckin- the premiums. that good men should be buried in white war, the latter war governor, U. ridge meetings, after he was told that ing the coffins and their death observed by feast-iu- g King's family attended. to E. B. Caldwell, Jr. 8. 8enator and Secretary of the Interior. and rejoicing. We the undersigned voters of the "No more 20 pounds of granulated 82 years old. One was 80 the other Messrs. A. V. Sizemore, W. F. Mc- Tablets, &c, is very large and sugar for a $1," says the Chicago Tri- Waynesburg precinct respectfully solicit to Tub Harrodsburg Sayings is going bune. Then the tariff must be a tax. you to become a candidate for magistrate Clary, G. G. Wine, A. O. Carman and J. F. Blankenship attended tho Tate's join the small, but select, list of The people can afford to pay a little more in the above magisterial district. beginning Sept. 5, being moved for sugar if they can get blankets, carW. F. Camden, H. H. Singleton, Dan Creek Association at Scaffold Cane last enter-pris- e pets, clothing, household utensils, bag. iel Jacobs, James Wilson, Payton Rou-to- week and report a large attendance and a thereto more by the impulses of to fill a and profit, than the desire ging, glass, etc., for Ifbs. J. O. Perkins, W. R. Singleton, W. season' of brotherly love and Christian long felt want. Editor R. L. Marimon is The census bureau shows that of the D. D. Hayes, Silas Williams, Garland fellowship. The next meeting will bo Call and See Us. making the Mercer county people a 12,G00,152 families in the whole country, Singleton, H. W. Caldwell, Craig Goocb, with the Gilead church in Madison. He could hardly do almost 48 per cent, own their farms and D. W. Hester, M. T. Morgan, G. W. mighty good paper. Revs. T. T. Eaton and Carter Helm otherwise with such capable assistants homes, and the rest hire. Of the fami- Clift, S. P. Shoop, Wesley Simee, G. B. Jones, of the Baptist church, believe as John G.PulUam and John H. Grimes. lies owning farms and homes, almost 28 Ellison, A Singleton, B. S. McMullen, in the scriptural injunction, "Let your per cent, have incumbrances and over 72 H. 8. Williams, W. K. Tary, G. A. Padg- women keep silence in the churches." Col. Lkkr, the author of tho infamous per cent, have no incumbrance. ett, W. A. Horton, John J. Mosier, H. They were down to speak at the State and the Blue- remark about Breckinridge Sunday-SchoThe total receipts at the United Floyd. Convention, when they o Grass maidens, uas iouau um 0u..uuUU-ingstoBaw that two ladies were on the program States Treasury during the month of Auhot for him and has departed for gust amounted to $41,021,330 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. to make addresses. They immediately Parlor and the Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought congenial climes, to be absent till more wuuuruw irom u anu wrote: to we disbursements were $31,088,804, leaving vil. Arthur Loring Mackaye sues hia read the new Testament, und "As well election. A as Stanford. We also lead in after the might for- a surplus for the month of 19,332,520. former friend, Paul L,atzke, for 150,000 nign an tne scnoiariy commontators exlalnous minded man like he pound it, the Holy Spirit distinctly and and not be mused. The cash balance ia $120,875,440, of for alienating his wife's affections. get ever to come back unconditionally forbids women addresswhich 155,248,023 is gold reserve. Marriage license was Issued yester- ing public assemblies of men and wo- The Democratic Convention at Som- day to Robert House and Misf Elizabeth a WrrniTa has been along time itr men. erset Saturday placed the following can- Long. Both live in the Goshen getting there hut he cot there all tne Buculn'aArnlca Salve. president has appointed him didates in nomination: County Judge, same The The but talve In th world lor John H. Thurman; County at Hopkinsvuie. ne ia an V. Smith; County Clerk, W.Attorney, B. Charles Westendorf and Misa An- ore j, ulcers, (tit rheum, foyer tore,cut, bruisess postmaster tetter, chapH. Hig.ms; ped hand), chilbUmi, corns of course, both Sheriff, George Claunch; all skin erupCall and See a Beautiful Line. old newspaper man and Is, Jailer, D. F. nie Klohn, both from the Fatherland, tions. It positively curei pilte, and no pay requir- or . ... mn It at the groom's or money .mar... aji4 capable of filling the position satisfactor- Epperson; Assessor, John Dungan; Coro- will be marrid refunded. Price s cents per boa. J conferred. ner, J, E. Girdier. home near Ottenheim. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Kyf ily and deserving of the honor m Interior Journal Sucn brutal outrages as are sometimes practiced upon the negroes by cowardly fiends in the South are enough to firo and keep up the feel 4, 1894 the Northern heart ing that that race is still the victim of malice and cruelty. Near Millington, Tenn., Friday night, n barbarous mob surrounded and shot to death six negroes in chargo of an oflicor, na they sat manacled and helpless. They were charged with barn burning, Tbeso murderers deservo to be burned nlive. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. CRAI ORCHARD. The great Clifford has been sold for $25,000 to R. L. Roso. They're off at Latonia and will be every day for a montb. John Tucker sold to John Johnson, of Boyle, six fat cattle at 2Jc. R. G. Denny bought of Georgo Baker 10 hogs averaging 145 pounds at 4. For Sale 15 nice grade Southdown ewes. Apply to R. U. Bronaugh, Crab 2w. Orchard. R. G. Donny has bought in tho last few days a lot of hogs of various par ties at oc. Alix, 2.05J, went to beat her record at Fort Wayne, Ind., Friday but equalled it instead. Louisville parties bought 10 acres of potatoes in Woodford at 45 cents a lush-e- l on the cars. Anderson Belle, formerly owned by T. B. Ripy, at Lawrenceburg, dropped dead in a race at Fort Wayne, Ind. The new Louisville Fair and Driving Park Association will offer at the meeting next fall purses amounting to NOTHING SUCCEEDS : LIKE : SUCCESS I bo-liev- o Louisville Store I first-cla- ss 00 week-Mis- s v Mr-T- Co-li- a LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITTOIID, TRUNKS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. t 1 We Are Now Booking Attractions : Solicit Correspondence WALTON BROS., -- FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. A.B.. semi-weeklie- s, n, Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. Druggist I ol LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. dirty-mout- h 11 Neigh-borhoo- d. Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. t . to-d- ay ! 91 -- - ' 1 .. it. -- ' fc? f tW'J t -- - Z&22lWj4tmU. i tr-..-i OtMl-nttm U"l 1 ri I Call and see my elegant line of fall Tub vote of Saturday was a protest Tub Stanford Uniformed Band will against the "Slack Maria." give a grand open air concert in front of suitings. The nobbiest line ever shown here. H. 0. Rupley. e this evening. the Lost Between Stanford and Dan mm Thikves tried to get into Hon. J. S Kkad Tins. More boarders wanted. Please leave at 8tanford, Kv., SBrrEMnnn A, 1804 villp,I. aJ.silver hnir-ple Satarday night, but First Owsley's the Have two beautiful front rooms. oflice. class table. Also day boarders wanted the lock was too strong for them and Penny has the best stock and will sell they gave up the job. E. C. Walton, Business Manager watches and jowelry lower than you can Kate Dudderar. Mn. Richard Bums' spring houBO was buy elsewhere. son of Mr. Fon est us, the 12 year-olThe greatest strike made in 1894 U8IWES8. MEANS George Baker, of the Highland vicinity, relieved of several gallons of milk, a good Lost. Silver hair pin between Pres- fell while playing at school and broke deal of butter and some clothes that had Was made for Danks' Buy your nchool books and school sup- byterian church and railroad crossing on been left there, a few nights ago. his ritfht arm just above the wriBt. of all kinds at A. K. Penny's. plies Danville atreet. Liberal reward. Leave Watches, clocks and jewolry repaired at this oilier. Hojiack, the three year old son of Mr. Fon Kent. A desirable residence on and warranted. EnRravinn a specialty, Keiil, fell on an oil street. Good garden, good cow aad Mr8- Forest at A. H. Penny's. The Somerset Fair beciniujt to day. Danville TiiKlariroHtBtocicoi urniw, .uetiicniuB, nnsture. irood water at the door. Ac. For cn while playing around tho house and Perfumory, Paints- and Wall Paper at Snecial train will leave Junction at S Xn annlw fn fir I II. fitralnv nr received Btl Ugly WOUtld in the side. A. H. Penny's. Poacriptiond a special- a. m. and McKiiuiey at S:2G a. m. The Dr. II. Held. A lamp was overturned in the courtty. rale is one iiuuior inc round irip. house just before the Caledonians began was placed in jail Imiam Hansi-ohIp you want your watch or any jewelPERSONAL POINTS. their program and the blaze that resultry repaired, tako it to Penny's. Mr. yesterday on a writ sworn out by Sallie ed came near producing a stampede. Miis l)n. J. 0. Oarpkntkii is quite Deckelman does tho work well and Best, also colored, charging him with sick. promptly; never disappoints a cus- raping her Saturday night. Hansford's NEW ADVEHT13EMENTH. Miss Maudb Wkuii went to Cincinna tomer. trial Is set for 10 o'clock this morning. ti Friday. Mr. K. 0. Font), of Manchester, candiMns. J. W. Pkumn is visiting relatives W. G. Dunn, who has been sent to date for State treasurer, has made the in Garrard. asylum several times, was tried for Home-Seeker- s' Except for the Courier-Journa present of a live rattle- the Gcokcik B. Wkahk.n attended the Lex lunacy before Judgo Varnon and a jury snake, a picture of which is given in Fri ington Fair. Saturday. After being out a few minday's indie. Mrs. Benedict SrALm.Nii, of Lebanon, utes the jury rendered a verdict declaris at Col. T. P. Hill's. ing him to be of sound mind. Until Sept, 1, 1SU I. we will sell a To points in 9 Mns. Dn. W. B. O'Bannom is visiting guaranteed, high armed, Tiie public school, Prof. 0. H. Holmes, relatives at Brodhead. sewing machine for (25 and a No. 7 r ! Jkhkmiaii Baker, of Kingsvllle, has Arizona cook stove for $1 1.00. W. principal and Miss Cottle Thurmond As This would be the universal cry in Stanford; but we propose to sell opened yesterday with CO pupils. been granted a pension. sistant II. Wearen A Co. .vu.. Mit. Sam Duncan, of Texas, has been Prof. F. J. DuWy's school, the Male goods so cheap this Fall, that both will give up their occupation and The members of the democratic coun- Academy, also begun, with 1G pupils envisiting relatives here. adopt some other calling, because they can buy goods so cheap there Mrs. M. 8. Bacoiiman is visiting her ty committee are requested to meet at rolled. MIbs Mattie Paxton will assist e will be no need of following it any longer. the at '2 v. m. next Monday, him. parents in Garrard county. Mips Bella Arnold, of Lancaster, has county court day, for the transaction of Half Fare, important business. B, It. Gentry, James Jones, son of Mr. Bus Jones, of been visiting the Mlcses Fish. runChairman. the West End, but who has been Ticket! on tale Septempt 17th, 1894. Mrs. Hi) Wilkinson has recovered Good or return passage twenty (jo)Uti from W, S. Tuitle, formerly marshal of ning a tin shop in Louisville for a numfrom an attack of malarial fever. One lot of Calicoes 3yc; i lot of Woolen Dress Goods 15 and 2ocJ date of tale. Stop overt allowed in both direc- Tuk Misaea Valentl returned to their Junction City, but for some timea brake-ma- ber of ears has rented Mr. A. T. rcctiont formerly worth 25 and 35c; 1 lot of Satteens, Ponges, &c, at I24c, store-rooon Lancaster street, Direct connections made In Central Union Sta homo at Bowling Green yesterday. on the Cincinnati Southern, wa8 tion, Cincinnati, with alt train! ol the Queen and Montgomery has been vis- killed in a collision near Mason, this opposite the jail, and will open a tin Creicent Koute, Louiivllle .V Nashville Railway. former price 25c. Best line of Working Shirts in the city at 25c to Mim Bessie Kentucky Central Railway and Cbeipeake and iting the Misses Kills at Hustonville. State. His remains were buried at Shel- store. Mr. Jones is a tinner by trade Ohio Railway. 51.50. Best Men's all leather Shoe ever made for Si. 50, every pair will do roof and other kinds of and Aik nearest ticket agent lor tickets and full inMisses Li7.ru: and Mattik Thompson, by City yesterday. guaranteed. The best Ladies' Dongola all leather Shoe made for the formation. work. of Lancaster, visited Miss Kthyl Beazley. E. O. McCORMACK, Pan. Traffic MEr , money, Si. 50 a pair. We still have a few more of those nice Suits B. 1). MARTIN, Gen Psta. and Ticket A St., Killed. Mr. W. T. Tucker, son of Mr. and Mns. J. W. Brown, of GarCincinnati, (1. Mrs. A. Steenbergen, of Rowland, who left in light and medium weights, at cost. Come see them. In remitting for his paper, Mr. J. E rard, have been the guest of Mrs. Susan is a daughter of the late, Mr. T. D.Hill, Bruce, of Kansas City, says: "Kansas Harris. We want your business and prices shall'not be in the way'. Our Mersiion has returned was killed by a Louisville Southern train, City Is fast coming to the front as a live Miss Claka stock of Convent Cloths, Broad Cloths, Black Goods and Sackings upon which ho was brakeman, Thurs- stock market and we think the time not from a nrotracted visit to relatives at We will rent at might'! Mill on day. He was thrown between tho cars fardistant when it will be the leading and Shirt Waist goods, in silks, cottons and woolens., are in splendid Bichmond. and mashed so horribly that he died in a market of the country. We handled Saturday, Sept. 15th, 1894, Mr. M. P. North has been herefrom scape. Come and examine. few minutes. He was an excellent voting 200,000 cattlo hore during the month of At a P. M., Lincoln county for a week. Pineville man and his mother is overwhelmed August, 1(3,000 calves, hogs and 40 Acres Wheat and Rye Land, Messenger. untimely death. The 10,000 sheep. If you want to see someLying on the Hanging Fork. Marks, the pretty (laugh with grief over his Mim Ollik remains were brought here and inter thing grand just mako us a visit and see ter of Kditor James K. Mnrrn, is visiting J. H. BRIGHT and L. L. PAWSON, Executors red Friday afternoon. tho yards." Mies Mary Powell. Cohnik, tho infant dauithter of Dr. A dozen or more of our bicyclists will Thk Caledonians kept open house and Mrs. W. B. Penny, has been very attend the Somerset Fair this week. Jim I 3TOH again Saturday evening, but owing to the sick for several days. Burton, who beat Somerset's champion work of prohibition meetings and other Muses W. 0. Goodloe and J. W.Cook, ouce, is training day and night and there attractions, the gathering was not as I will oflirfor tale at public auction on the of Danville, attended the declamatory are those here, who think he can and premises on e large as usual, though the contest Friday night. will beat him again. They come togeth It is a- was nearly filled. Jack Beazley wel20, 1894, Miss Hllxn Ballou'r claos in music er in the handicap on Friday, comed t'jo audience in a few well chosen At 10 o'clock, A. M , my well improved Farm of at Somerset will give a recital George L. Penny is one of tho seven enwords, Miss Annie Straub sang a couple e there. evening at the tries in the three-milhandicap on tho of boIob very Bweetly; Joe McAlister, Jr., 104 ACRES OF GOOD LAND, Mn. IticiiARti Bum and daughter, Miss 3d day and in the boys' race the first day read a very creditable essay on Great Located on the Stanlord & Crab Orchard pike, Louanna, went to Bowling Green yeter James 0. Sautley and Sam J. Embry, Jr , y4 milct East of Stanford, Ky., known at the W. Men; Miss Edna Courts recited beauti- H. Miller farm. There i upon my place a nice dav to attend the fair and visit relatives. of Stanford, are entered. fully and gracefully, while at proper And an indication of-Miss Annie Mbnekek, whopropoies to the Stanford Orchestra gave some Young Orchard of 250 Trees, The Shelby Sentinel tells of a musical herself, left Friday to make n teacher of Or thereabout, Good Barn, Nice Frame Dwelling, attend the Cook County Normal School, and literary entertainment at Finchville well rendered selections. The debate Good Cittern, and all neccaiary Outbuilding!. on whether the negro had been treated TERMS. One half cash in hand; balance In In which our young townsman, Mr. Chicago. one and two years' tune from Dec. i, '94. Mr. and Mrs. WillSeverance and Mips Thomas II. Shanks, took part "in a bril- worse than the Indian by the white man Remember the datool Sale. Thursday, Sept. ro. C.J.CRAIG. of was decided by the judges In favor of the Anne Shanks returned Friday from a liant rendition of that master-piecCol. Pick- Lew Wallace, "Ben Hur's Chariot Itace,'' negro Bide, which was represented by J. When the people are disposed to economize by paying cash. More month's visit to the family of Mr. Shanks' description of the raco was A. Beazley, S. W. Menefee and Joe Sev ett In Shelby. people are buying and selling for cash than ever befoie in the history PUBLIC SALE OF erance, Jr , while Logan Hughes, T. W. Mit. John Hale and Miss Sue Willie so glowing, and realistic that some of of the country. Why not join the procession and reap the benefit? Jones iiml W. II. Shanks pictured the Hale went home with Miss Kathleen the older men in tho audienco who had sorrows of the red man. Tho inimitaSince the smoke of Waddle Friday to remain at Somerset "been there themselves" leaned eagerly ONor the ble E. C. Gains read tho paper, which forward to see whether the "Jew" till after the fair. ao, '94, MihHES Hocker, Fannie "Roman" would first come under the corrustlcated and scintillated with the TIIURSDAY, Maooik wit and wisdom peculiar to the editor. wire." and Ijiura Carter went to Shanks Saturday to visit Mrs. T. A. Bice failing health and the On account ol my Thr local optioniftta held a rousing Thk declamatory contest at tho Opera prpsent labor lyitcm,ace, ave determined to have a Has cleared away open your eyes and look around and you will see and other friends. Friday ulijht, House by Mr. E. II. Beazley was hnndi public !ale at mr home in Lincoln county, Ky., meeting at the conn, ting in part of the following property: About what we are doing for the people of Stanford and Lincoln county. Mrs. Mary P. Smith, of Cleveland, composed of whito and colored people, capped by a big prohibition meeting at Va ,and Mrs. JamcBT. Hackleyand Miss which waa addressed by Hey. II. 0. Mor. the anil there was trouble 20 HEAD OF HORSE STOCK, Ask your neighbor about us, ask if we sell Mary have been on a visit to their cousrison, W. K. Kills ami Caldwell and delay about tho music, which the Several senile ponlet and good family horns, m "! u H in, Mrs. K. J. Moberly. young and 10 head B and by Dr. I'. V.Glenn, the colored man, Stanford Orchestra had promised to give, alout ot Cattle,otall rpgixtertil ageil mulet, toabout 40 or tubject register, head Hon. W. It. Ramsey, of London, was who advertises patent medicines. All but it was a success all the same. Miss a number of them good milk cowi, aged bull, 3 H ' 9) here Friday night, en route homo after a female calvei, about 15 speeches were pointed and stirring, Alice Holmes, with her usually accom- yearling bulli,tteen rnd male and about 90 good tho heifert, 10 a visit to the fair maidens of Garrard, and ewe They but Interest mainly centered in that of modating spirit, camo to Mr. Beazley's ewei and bucki. about 60 Iambi.Caihmere aecoats, Ask if we sell them cheap, If you are not satisfied a call will con- trimmed and fat. About 30 took in tho declamatory contest. Dr. Glenn, who ia an unusually well ed rescue and made such excellent melody tome ery fine hog! A large ataortment of farm vince you. Dr. Gkoikik Perkins, of Somerset" too ucated man nnd is deeply interested in on the piano, that everybody was glad Ingimplementi, and many other thingt to name. who has been to eeo Mr. II. 0. Farris, TERMS. A credit until Jan. r. 189J. with inthe advancement of his raco. Ho is also the Orchestra tlickered. The Lancaster terest from date on all tumt over $10 Note! to be returned homo yesterday. Mr. Farris a fine singer and stirred up o the audience entries didn't show up, but the other negotiable and parable at the Farmer! Rank k continues very ill, but is holding his A. M FKLAN1), several selections. Wo looked in at boys were in good trim and they were Truit Co. of Stanford. with Stanford, Ky. jj own fairly well. 10:30 and tho meeting was still in prog n t missed. The declaimers were Ashby to Miss Kate Alcohn left yesterday resa with tho air so close and hot, it was M. Warren, subject, "One N'iche the : : nn-TtTIXTm Mv Farm in Garrard. 181 enter Dr. Price's school at Nashville. dillicult to see how anybody could Highest," aud J. Richard Bush, "The XiilNT. lAerei. two mile! fromv She was ioined at Shelby City, by Miss breathe. Surely these zealous people will Lancaster. Corn, hemp and tobacco land. Maid of Orleans," both of Stanford, li I. Jl K1UHY. Laneatter. Kv. Dealer in Annie Bronaugh Engleman, who alio get their reward, hereafter, if not hero. Ward W. Goodloe, "The Death of Henry matriculates there, : : Dry. The local option election result-e- Clay," and Archie R. Cook, "The Black Miss Flora Ballou left Saturday to Horse and His Rider," of Danville. All as we had predicted, in a signal victovisit Misses Olivia and Jennie Summers did so remarkably well that the judges, Va., and will go thonce ry for the dryB, tho vote standing: at "Look-OutThere will be an election for President and DiMessrs. R. Graham Price, of Danville, rector of the Preachertville and Stanford TurnDRY. WKT. to the college at Clifton Forge, where TERMS CASH. I will make a special low price on Folding Beds, e in Stanford on Lewis Walker, of Lancaster, and J. N. pike Road Co., at the e 10 52 VM. M. LACKKY, she will teach elocution the coming ses Saturday, Sept. 1, 1894. Parlor Suits, Bed Room Suits, Bed Lounges, Couches, Rocking Saunders, of Stanford, had much difficulPresident. Engine-hous- e 50. 3t 41 47 sion. Chairs, Diners, Mattress and Bed Springs, for the next 30 days. My ty in reaching a decision, which was 57 71 Mr. 0. II. Sedam, tho gentlemanly Maxvillo stock embraces the latest styles and best patents. See my stock of finally announced by Mr. Walker in a band teacher who baa been with the Pictures, Easles, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades. Call and see 170 120 neat speech, after which he presented boys a couple of months, leaves 50 Majority the $20 to Mr. Warren and the 35 to Mr. my line. I buy my goods to sell, which is manifested daily by the During for bis home in Indiana. OPENS SEPT. 3, 1S94, A pretty large majority in a vote of Cook, the prizes for the best and second outflow and inflow of goods. I am also prepared to make dealers net bis stay here he has not only improved 200, besides it ia safe to say that half of best speakers. There was some dissatisDUFFY, A. B., Principal. wholesale prices and solicit their trade. Every vacant spot in my F. J. tho band greatly but has made a host the 100 that did not vote aro glad the faction felt and expressed that Mr. Bush house will be filled by Sept. 15. Come early. Every purchase will of friends besides. to get a placo, as W. W. WITHERS. Respt., of Marion, majority is on the side it ia. Everything should have failed Miss Mlttle Paxton will aitlst provided a tulTi be a bargain. Mies Maroaret IIccuiks, 48 passed oil' good naturedly, the saloon many thought him fully entitled to it. cicnt number of pupilt can be enrolled. will have charge of the Art and 0., who men recognizing the Inevitable soon in Mr. Goodloe'e friends also thought he Elocution departments of the Stanford throwing up the Bpongo. should have had at least second money Miss the fight, and MYERS HOUSE Female College arrived Saturday. Tho preachers and others zealous in the and ho did get ono vote for it. During Edith Colson, of Englewood, III., who cause remained on the streets all day the absence of the judges, Miss Flora will preslda over the music department, and exhorted the wavering voter to Ballou, gavo a pantomime; "Rock of arrived yesterday and Mies come to the help of their cause. A good Ages Cleft for Mo." She was becomingly Martin, of Gallatin, Tenn., presiding many of the colored people voted for loattired and aa her willowy form respondP. W. CREEN, Prop. teacher, was to have arrived last night. cal option and several worked hard for Complete Line Lowest Prices. ed gracefully to the. sweet and suggesMlsa Virginia Jackson, who will again it. When the're8ult was announced of the song sung in subdued the tive words th teach the primary classes, is detained at faithful fairly went wild with enthusi- tones by Misses Alice Holmes and Annie Thit ttablt, which It run n connection withwith Myers House, bat been supplied family, but will home by illness of her asm and Bedlam and Parnassus seemed Straub, Bho waa the object of great adExamine our Elegant Line of be herein a day or bo, while MIbs Sue to be let out. People shouted, church miration. Pending tho further waiting New Lot of Horses, Carriages, A Baughman, of the Intermediate depart- and com bells took up the glad on the judges she again appeared and Baggies, Wagons, Is here and will be ready when refrain, farm bells ment, answered and the went through some other beautiful and the bell rings at 8:30 this a. m. roller mills whistle seemed to try to graceful movements. Mr. Beazley de- rtn. yrooimer't Supplies and Is better than iih Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, VisJ tupply the public with blow the steam valve open. It was soon serves congratulations on the excellency prepatet iting Cards, &c. AND VICINITY. BIOS OFiALL KINDS, S CITY Mrs. Pamolia d of the entertainment and over, however, and a solemn quiet with the shades of evening on the Brown is entitled to the highest praise Personal and promptattention givento Wedding! Satchiuy was one of the hottest days town. Now let us have peace, good or- for the artistic floral and other decora- - PartieaandBurla... P.W.0RKN, of the year, old Sol forgetting that Bum-rxStanford, Ky. Proprietor der and brotherly love. ALBURNS, Manager. itiontof the stag. gone. wis Mi IRfrpti u liirrninn ImmilM iwitmuRduunnHL court-hous- m "3TJEt.xxs:s: Low-Priced moat-hous- - - ..-- JEWELRY STORE I Dry, Dry, Dry. Blind Tiger and al Excursions six-draw- er six-ho- lo 3IOHIia-.3S- The Black Maria court-hous- Big Four Route, LOOK AT THI Nun-nelley- n 's m Publics Ranting1. HUGHES & TATE. td m m m FARM SAIiX DRY GOODS, CARPETS, SHOE;. court-hous- ilve-mi- le Thursday, Sept. court-hous- e SIGN OF PROGRESS, -- en-terv- e ja-t- d BETTER TIMES. THE TARIFF QUESTION ink mmiammm -- SEP. 1 eourt-hoiiH- O court-hous- e, 1 year-ol- d GOOD J 001 n: M" lUlt n I Ap-nl- ffiVERACE 8 & 8 BON, W. W. WITHERS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, STANFORD. KY. o-- d NOTICE. Court-Houi- &C, ," Court-hous- Stanford MaleAcademy u UirXRirSTABXiX well-know- n School Books and School Supplies, New School Tablets and Slates. Bet-tie- FIRST-CLAS- er W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, -- ii . .t Jt. v v. -- , 1? 'nmr- Semi-Week- k ly A-It Interior Journac LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. H. 14 r Horse 2 years old and under 3, James Allen, Casey; Welby Murphy. Horse 3 years old and under 4, II. C. Reynierson, Marion; J. K. Baughman. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Matched horses, C. 0. Carpenter; Welby Murphy. Going North trams pass Junction Cltr as fol Vestibule Marts 6 a. m. Veslow: Combined horse, Win. Rue k Son, A. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida " tibule Limited S. Drake, Boyle. Limited 311. a. m South N O. Vestibule 12 tS p. m. Florida Combined mare, C. C. Carpenter; Win. Limited ta:ica m Local 11:53 - rn. p. m. Vestibule arrives Rue fc Son. Fancy harness horse, Wm. Rue k Son; Welby Murphy. Plue horse race, II. G. Bohon, Lincoln, Bicycle race, Jas. McWhortar, Casey. J mile heats, George Trot, Portman, Casey. The latter traini also carry passengers, Tha abort it calculated on standard time. Solar Ima It about o minutes faster. South f Olid .............. Local Freight North The Fair oponed here last Tuesday from this and Publishes! Every Tuesday and Friday adjoining counties. The Stanford Uni AT $12 PKK VJffi IX ADVANCa formed Band was present, Riving us splendid music and won honors in rWhtu not io pud 32.GO will be charRed.-their particular line and also as pleasnnt gentlemen. We give the following list of premiums and certificates obtained from the secretary's hooks. The first named received the premium and the When necessary. second the certificate: Best sow under 1 year, J. K. Baugh K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD. man, Lincoln; FA Wilkinson, Casey. Pair of pigs, Ed Wilkinson. Train itaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning Boar 1 year old, J. K. Banghman; Ed &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Wilkinson. Rockawaj horse or mare, Win. Rue & Mail train going North .......is 37 pen . soutn tijpm Son, Boyle. witfl a large attendance ". hh 6 OB 8 PAGES. Harness mare 3 years and over, J. K. Baughman; T. M. Clarkson. Harness mare 2 to 3 years old, C. 0. Carpenter; H. 0. Allen. Finest turnout, W. R. King; A. S. Drake. Bicycle race, James McWhorter, 1st, Dump Carter, 2d, and R. M. Sharpe, 3d. Slow mule race, Win. Minor. Fast mule race, Babe Tiles. Speed ring, Casey county, Charlie Bowman, 1st, S. A. .May, 2d, and H. II. h, BONY CARTER Alien lUhy was sick, wo Rat her Costort. When ahe niun Child, she cried for Gvstoria, When ho txcitne Miss, aha clunfr to Castoriv When she had Children, she gevethem Cauoria Is a candidate lor Constable In the Hiistontllle District, subject to the democratic contention. Two doors above Tost-Offic- e. Always on hand THOMAS GOOCII Isacaudidate for Constablo in the Ilustonville Magisterial District, subject tn the action of the democracy, and would appreciate )our support. The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Can be had in the market. Trices lower than the lowest .Mourning goods a specialty. Call and examine before bin hip MA11V DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. Stanford, Ky COMMERCIAL 1ILOCK TfaeDavis W. I.. DAV'SON 3d, Bridge Building"! il Is a Candidate for Magistrate in the Stanfoid Subject to the action of the democracy. pre-cin- Verticil Feed Sowing1 Machines Xxpress train " ...... M is 51 pm ' South.. - .036 am 3 313am FANCY HARXKS8. 07P m lllue-Gra- P- - P- lllue-Gra- ss 1 im liM I am lust back from the elnr. ritha large and well side a beautiful filly, by lUlmont Chief and safely Mil selected stock of MM LINKRY. which t .ill Best Shorthorn bull any age, Hall An chea er than ever Miss Laura Jarlioe. a in foal tu I'uarro, 3 year old record s 14', Hate pertor New rati III Diet. trimmer from Cincinnati, has derson, Lincoln; Jas. J. McKinney, Linold stand ol J. II. Green, in also fcr sale young stock by Lord Guy, the best mc and I can guarrntec satisfaction engaged will At the In every par bred son ol the cmt Guy Wilkev Vegetarians aro outdono by n now coln. llcular. Call aad sec my goods Ilambletonlan a u't, Kagle lllrd s fire diet reform prophet, who ndvoeatos tho Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky. Monbars nj. Temple Har t 17,, Ac. i, I'or par-of Shorthorn cow any age, Hall AnderMISSLICCIK I1EAZLF.Y. ,,CK sV ticulars address V f eatiug of natural uncooked foods. His Stanford, Ky. Has just rcceited a beautiful line cf son; James Fogle, Casey. H II t ROW, Shelby City namo is Mncdonald, and ho seems to Roadster stallion, Charles Bowman, have gained a small nnuiber of adher Surreys, Phaetons, 'Buggies, &c. JlhsoIaieJy Casey; Wm. Rue & Son. ents iu Paris, It is a part of the sys- Call and see his stock and -prices tvhlch Pioptietots ..... Roadster mare, J. X. Baughman; Wm. tem ho advocates never to eat or drink are lower than anybody.. set hiswant a nice set If you whip Rue & Son. anything but vegetable foods and nat- of harness, aHinder or a duster sale. A cream of tarter baking powTwine for I am now readr to delltei manufactuted Ice ural precisely in tho state in Irom the Stanford Factory to customers reeularlv der. Highest of all in leavening K. Draft horses, best stallion any age, J.I whichliquids are found iu nature. Hot Mam and DantilleSts., Itustoville, Ky they every inornlnit at the rate ef FIFTY CKNTS Baughman; Austin Thompson. We. have recently repainted and Latest United States strength. I'KR HUNDRED I'OUND LOIS and and refurnished kinds nro specially conDraft mare, J. K. Baughman; G. W. drinks ll the House throughout and are prepared to accoui. at 75c in smaller lots. Government rood Report. demned, although it is not quite easy 10 i: lilt EM Kit, Stanford. In motiatc the Garrison stle. Our Rates are very reasonable and a good taole at all times. COURIER-JOURNA- L to seo how tho um) of water from .Mieclal attention tu travelm Sheep Best buck any age, James Fomen Elegant ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., hot springs would run counter to pie room attached. AWoa first class aloon sam. gle, premium; W. 0. Greening, Lincoln. tho with the Hotel Call and sec us principle laid down. Carrots and .45 106 Wall Street, New York. a ten page eight column democratic ne upaprr. Best ewe any age, W. 0. Greening, turnips, beans and potatoes, wo must Is contains the nf everything going It IlEN- . James Fogle. eat raw, it seems, if wo valuo our RY WATTERSON Is the editor ESTRA-STRiding Ring Nicest male rider, W. R. neaitn, and iruit wo must eat jtiht as PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. SURGEON DENTIST. '""y 'r James T. Carsoi , tenant VV.f np unturo gives it to us. Whether this King; Mac Hughes. Ol J II Carter, ' near Morrland. Lincoln county, means that wo innst not peel nu apple-imakes ine Wtl.M-b01'1 ,h Office over McRobtrts Drug Store in the new 'Jo1 July. oselll.ACK 1IOR-- E Nicest female rider, Miss Dollie Whipp; ??,',"' . ' I... t.na tn tn.nl n.l la... t OLT, two years old, on hind loot while, has no Owslev Buildinr. not btated. Mr. Macdounld himself mii m for clubs Sample copies olni..i paper and the Mrs. Mattie Wesley. Stanford: brand or other marks I have appraised hlru at eats raw oatmeal (not oats), which, as a four page Premium Supplement stnt ftee to auy Jjo. Witness my hand this ajd davor Aug . tlu. Nicest boy rider under 12 years,JHen- - Scotchman, ho rite to G MILKV,J - L I thinks not only extreme- address DLWLEK IN- The animal can be had I y the owner proving ry Baughman, aged 10;' Willie E. Bell, 5. ly nourishing, but palatable as well. COURIER-JOURNA- L property and paying all expenses CO. Tho Great interest was taken in this exhibi- Loudon Daijy Nowa, JM J T t ARSON. LOUISVILLE, KY. tion, as all of the little fellows did well. : The Those Who abe P 06tkd. Will tell The petito Willie Bell awakened extrav- you that the finest and healthiest agant enthusiasm from the entire collec- summer resorts in the northwest are Semi Weekly Interior Journal, And The tion. located along the Wisconsin Central I'.JW GREEN. Proprietor. Nicest girl rider under 12 years, Pearl Lines, among which ars Lake Villa, Fox Courier-Journ- al : : : Kontucky. Rout, Lincoln; Faulina Combest, Casey. Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, Fifield, Will be seat cne year to any addtess for 2 TZ. Much interest was also manifested in Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and Address W.P.WALTON I am still running this Hotel aad this exhibition. pleasure seekers figuring on their next 83 Stinford, Ky will continue tc give my guests the Ixjlilt st alien, tion as well as tho best the market affords. Phaeton pony, A. S. Drake, Boyle; W. summer's vacation should bear this in mind and before selecting a route drop a D. Weatherford, Lincoln. pecial Attention to tho Travel line to JaB. C. Pond, General Passenger I Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. Saddle stallion 3 years and under 4, Agent of tho Wisconsin Central Lines, A ing Public. Wm. Rue & Son; J. W. Givens, Lincoln. at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send m .For a., When you want a turnout come to ny As Land, Saddle stallion 2 years and under 3, A. you maps, time tables and guide books dee'd,agent for the widow aDd heirs of I. V farm ol Headquarters for almost anything containing valuable information, which about I will offer lor sale the iplenJid JBefreshingUBath, Hot or Cold, S. Drake; S. A. May. are mailed free upon application. Saddle stallion 1 year and under 2, G. LAND, you want. When you wantj. 326 ACRES 'A stylish Hair Trim or CUan Shave, go to s Price to suit th hard times Call or leave oidsr at tha Myers House Orbce Fogle. Somerset Fair. The Queen & Cres- Near ilustonville, in Lincoln country Ky.. of Shop. P.Saddle 'Cook,;& ;Farmer'a Barber mare or gelding 3 yecrs and un cent routo will run special trains from which J, P. Land died nessetseJ If not sold prl vately before time the farm will be meal for 25c, calLon him. der 4, Ferd Clements, Casey; Jas. Cam Oneida and from Burgin, including in public auction thaithe highest bidder on sold at to Co ..IF YOU ARK GOING....... den, Lincoln. termediate stations, to bomersat and reSATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, or Saddle mare or gelding 2 to 3 years, A. turn, to accommodate all desiring to visor stanford.:ky S. Drake, Ed Wilkinson. Is now fully orgsaired and ready for business wita THE it the fair, Sept. 4th to 7th inclusive. See At r r o'clock, sharp. The farm fronts on the Dan and Ilustonville Turnpike road, one Saddle mare or gelding 1 to 2 years, small bills for schedules of trains. Rate, ville mile South or Moreland station on about Cinhall the Paid up Capital of $200,000. Stanford, Ky. cinnati Southern R. It. it is one of the best stock one fare for the round trip, good to reJohn B. Brown, Charlie Bowman. farms la Lincoln county The soil is of a good Surplus, . iitOOO. .S. Drake, turn two days after the fair. Ask agent quality of Stallion 4 years and over, A. land, finely et in grass and wawreu oy springs and every loot ol SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL Wm. Rue & Son. for particulars. the land Is susceptible of easy and profitaible culIJANK OK STANIORD, anon, i ne improvement consist 01 THOMAS YEACER. Saddle maro or gelding 4 years and JAMES YKAGER. Now closing up) with the same ass.ts and uodai The Fall Meeting at Lato-nl- in Lato.nia. he same management. over, S. S. Williams. LOUIIVILLC 4 Nashvillc R. R. Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are at extends from September 1st to Octo A Commodious Frame Dwelling-YEAGER, fully protected as aie depositors in National James McWhorter came out ahead ber 6th. The Queen fc Crescent will Hanks, it shareholders being held individually A large barn and other outbuildings. A tvide av again in the 5 mile bicycle race to day. Is the line for you, as its liaole to the eitent of th amount of their stock AND sell tickets to Cincinnati each day, good enue extends Irom the residence to the turnpike therein at the par value thcreol, In addition totbs Fastest trotting race in harness, B. 5 days to return, at one and road' Ilustonville, a place noted for its schools d amount invested in auch shaies. It may act and churches, is a little more than a mile distant. Special Kates to Commercial Men. eaecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully u Piles, R. T, Pierce. aa 1 he farm can be divided Into three tracts of con. fare for the round trip. Aek agents for tenientsire and shape. Make close connections at an individual. STANFORD, KY. Fastest runner j mile, Pat Sharpe. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us particulars. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Tkxms. One third cash when possesaion Is n LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI while mnaglng tht Lincoln National Hank ol and deed made, the remainder in six and la Prettiest baby under 2 years, Stanly Cincinnati. If you need litery give usa call. Nothing but btanrord, we w. here tend;.-ou- r For all points. many thanks and months, with interest from date and lien retained will lease our stable. See us trust they will continue to transact their turnouts Wilkinson, Ruth Allen. business the sam time and place I will sell about loo for rates. luour THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. with us, oifering as a guarantee fcr prompt attenG A. R. encampment at PiUsburtr, Pa., ofAt Knob Land, about two miles Southeast of Turn- BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Jesse Dooly got the premium for betion to same, our twenty years experience la September Stn to lUth. Tlie liueen anil ersulle, adjoining the lands of llud Martin, A! For anv Information eJQiuire of HARNESS SHOP banking and as liberal accommodations as ate ing the ugliest man on the ground. Crpflnent Konto will make low reduced ' JOES. RICK. Agent with sound banking, lor further informatUSn apply to John T Land You will find a good assortment of Harness, r. Stanford, Ky i Or Speed ring, W. L. Chelf, Ohas. Bow- irntes for the occasion Ulll on IJ i. oa the prenlses or myself at Ilustonville, Ky Saddle, Ac. Have your repairing done by DIHECTOKS: W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, EDWARD ALCORN 0. audit, or address I. Hardr, A. G. P. our mall, he understands his business, H'c have a J.J. Williams, Mt. Veroon; man, Junction City, Ky Agent for J P. Land's Heirs. 47 mechanic in our A., Vicksburjf, Miss , it. II. Garratt, New S. II, Shanks, Stanford; THIRD DAY. Orleans, La., A. J. I.vtle, D. P. A., ChatJ. S.Owsley, Stanford; A. G. Lanham BLACKSMITH SHOP. B.,Castleman. John Best jack under 3 years, A. W. Thomp- tanooga, Tenn., W. C. Rinearson, G. P. S J, Ewbry, Stauford; Will guarantee work' and satisfactory A., Cincinnati. son; Jero Hogue. J. II, Owsley, Stanford; Tiv our horse shoor. price Agents for Dcenug Machines, the lightest draft J. F. Cash, Stanford; Jack over three years, WeBley & While in Chicago, Mr. Charles L. Kahlcr.a machine on earth. nrcmlnent shoe merchant ol Des Moines. Iowa. William Gooch, Stanford; Shortest and quickest letween Floyd; J. B. Riggins. had quite a serious time of it He took such a se- A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevllls, K he could hardly talk or navlgaf, cold Jennett under three years, S. H. Rout. verethe that use oi Chamberlain's Couuh Rem W. H.Cuinmius, I'reachersvill but riromnt Mule, W. W. Tewmy; J. K. Baugh- edy cured him of his cold so quickly that others at S. II. Shanks, President colds followed his example the hotel who had bad Only Direct Line between Dr. J.l). Owsley, Cashier, man. and half a dozen persons ordered it irom the DearW. II. Ilright, Teller. Mule 2 and under 3 years, J. K. Baugh- est drug store. They were profuse in their Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, AND thanks to Mr. Hahler tor telling them how to cure Oarlislo, Maysvlllo, Oynthlana, man; G. S. Humphrey. a bad cold so quickly. Falmouth and Oovinffton. For Mule 3 years and over, W, A. Sprag-gin- ford, sale by Dr. S. G. Hocr.tr, druggist, StanNATIONAL &OASTLEMAJN Trains ask tor tickets via Kentucky G. S. Humphrey. OF STANFORD, KY. run by Central Standard Time, It May Do as Much for You. MANAGERS, Pair of mules, Baugh & Tewmy; G. S. Time Table June 3, 1894. Mr. Fred .Miller ol Irving. III. writes that he Capital Stock No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. OOb had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, TRAINS EAST Building, Louisville Humphrey. Commerce p. m. p. m. a. m. back that his Mare and mule colt, season to Star with severe pains in hisHe triedand also so called Leave Frankfort .............. Surplus many 4 10 00 7 00 bladder was aifected. Agents throughout the South. ' Summit 4 16 10 SOLD TO ....7 ocj Denmark, J. K. Baughman; W. W. Tew- KidueX cures but without any good result. About 11 Klknorn.... Attention of a year ao he began use ol l'lecttlc Hitters and ...7 '5 to 4"S ALL POINTS: that this is the the public is invited in the fac my. Switier , 7 is only National Itank 40 found relief at once. Electric Hitters is especially Stanford Stampinc Ground.? li 2 00 J3 cure adapted troubles ynuertne provisions or the National Hank Act W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ajont, Saddle horses, Casey county, Aue. and oftentosites of alt Kidney and LiverOne trial OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, a 10 Dutall depositors are secured not only by the capital 4 44 almost instant relief. .734 Johnson.., a ao stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor aa 4 50 7 40 STANFORD, KY. will prote our statement, frice only joe. lor Thompson; F. Land. WISCONSIN, " Georgetown..., U .746 4 57 amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol arge bottles. At A. K. i'enny s urug store. 35 Mare or gelding, E. P. Carpenter; J. S, C.S. Depot...., 5 03 this institution are secured bv a fund of $400,000 3 00 755 " Newton S 13 Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank MISSOURI, KANSAS, .1o A Quarter Contury Teat. Portland Carpenter. ' San Francisco Centres ille .816 are made each yearto the United States govern5 3 35 For a quarter of a century Dr. King's New Dis,.8 20 Elizabeth ment and its assets are examined at stated time 3 43 Mare and colt, Joe Allen; E. P. Car- covery has been tested and the millions who have Arrive Paris JJ NEBRASKA, COLORADO, C by government agents, thus securing addititona 5 3S .830 400 received benefit from its use testily to Its wonderpenter. and perfect safety depositors. "World's ful curative powers in all diseases of the Tliroat, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, - This institution, 10originally establlshsd as tha Horse colt, E. P. Carpenter; G. W Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. Deposit Dank of Stanford in 1838, then 8 No. 11 4. No. test so long and that has given so universal satisised aa the Nanonal Hank of Stanford in 1S63 and Garrison. TEXAS, a. m. p m. a. m 4 40 faction is no experiment. Each bottle ia positiveagain reorganised as the First National Bank ol Lve Paris ,...C to 00 603 VIA 443 ly guaranteed to give relief or the money will be Arr KUiabeth Mare colt, Joo Allen; W. C. Riggins. Stanford in iSBi, has had practically an uninter615 io 10 j ji 1BE WEST, NOETS-WESis admitted to be the most reliable relundcd. S0UTB-WErupted existence of years. It is better supplied o 19 ...10 14 tcnirevuic In the fat man's race, J mile, Quince for Coughs It Colds. Trial bottle free at A. II. ;trr Newtown and now with facilities lor transacting- business prompt 6 17 Arr io aa 5 40 Penny's drug store. Large siz e joe andji. ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Jones came out first, S. H. Rout, 2d, and ArrC.S. Depot 641 9 3a 600 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduArr Georgetown 643 1037 747 W. R. Combest, 3d. AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. citizen of Eugene, Arr Johnson ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic- A. M. Ilailey, a 800 651 147 a his wife has for years been troubled ArrDuvall g 10 Fancy saddle mare or gelding, 0. C. Oregon, saj diarrhoea and used many remedies Arr Stamp'g Ground 10 st 6 c,; with chronic The Directory of this Rank 11 composed ot 1100 THE BEST ROUtTtO THE 830 703 BtouitviitMiwAnitTCHiCAtoHrt, with little relief until she tried Chamberlain's Carpenter; Wm. Rue & Son. n 10 7 13 S jc Arr Swltzer Forestas Reid, Lincoln county; p w Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which has Elkhorn ......1117 70 905 S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Saddle mare or gelding, 3 years old, cured her sound and well. Give It a trial and you Arr .Summit Arr 1113 726 915 r'CJLLlIAlTSAND G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; will be surprised at the prompt relief it affords. 'ULIMAN VESTIBULED COACHES. Arr Fraakfurt...A.....-?i- i 30 735 J. K. Baughman. 913 35 and jo cent bottles connects with L. & N. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; PAELOE CABS. Saddle mare or gelding, 2 to 3 yeara Hocker, druggist, Stanford. for sal by Dr. S. G. A connects with Q. & C. and L. S. SLEEPINQ AND DINING CARS U S.H. RaufhmanJLtncoln; C connects with K.; C. old, A. S. Drake. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE Irving W. Larimore, physical director of Y. M. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE J.S. Hocker, Stanford; SUNDAY TRAINS. C. A., Det Moines, Iowa, says he can conscienWalking horse any age, S. M. Owens. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; - DINING - CARS. tiously recommend Chamberlain'i Fain Balm to Leave Frankfort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. NORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl RUNNING M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Walking mare any age, Wm. Rue it athletes, gymnasts, bicyclists, loot ball players m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrive Frankfort i 30 and the profession in general for bruises, sprains p. m. WRI1E TO T. I Hill, Stanford. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. Son. and dislocations: also for so'eness and stiffness of The Kentucky Midland Radwayand connecK. L. TaDLer, McKinney; When applied before Descrlpflv tt. H. BACON, D. P. A.. F.J. HEED, G. PA. Harness stallion 3 years and over, S. A. tha muscles. it will effect a cure in the parts be- tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all Wrllo for Rate, Maps, one ball the points south, East, North and West. M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernoa. come swollen Louisville, Ky. Chicago, 111. amphlets, to any Station Agent, or to J S. Hocker, President; May; A. S. Drake. For further information apply to their agents. time usuelly required. M. f. 11100, ALLEN HULL, W. BtVIlL, G. Hocker, drupe's!, StanFor sale by Dr.-C. D. BEKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. John J. McRobertsiCashier: "Denver. le.'irM.rrragt. Iit. l'a.M.r Ait. Trsirll.sraM.iii Harness stallion, C. 0. Carpenter. St. Paul, . - m SECOND DAY. FIkMIiijjo Water Ihwo Duel. Tho hot weather duel intho alley was a wet circus. Two groups of nowslxivs A. SHANNON, got hold of two lines of hosonnd tackled each other with tho stream. As fast ns ono follow was drowned out another fellow took tho butt. There was no wild fquirtiiiR done. Each fellow that held tho hosohntl to take it. Tenderfoot Dick Is a candidate lor Justice ol the Peace in the litis, hold out well, but getting it in his faco This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and untitle prccluct, subject to the action ol the democratic party. he stooped forwnrd nnd turned his faco others not to trespass on our lands without fcideways. This gave Swiiwoy a good est extentas all suv.h will be prosecuted to the ful of the law. Signed: chnuco to direct his stream so us to inako L. MS, MRS.AMANDA ALCORN. 'tho water pour down Tenderfoot's back W. M.liKWEs. Is a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the Ilusinside his shirt until it tilled his pants, tonville precinct ; .ubject to the action of the democratic party when Tenderfoot shuddered and let go. Smnll Smith grubbed his htrenm nnd took Swirfrpy between tho eyes. And T. F. B. RILEY.IProprletor, so they changed from ono to nnother The present Constable, is a candidate for until nearly tho whole crow was tvs wet London, - - - Kentucky. in the Stanford precinct, vubiect to the action of the democratic party, Election in November. as rats in a sewer, hair sticking out end He asksjour support. ways and shirts and pants clinging to I have moved to my new Hotel'iand am better ever to tho littlo Irodies. It was n well fought Srepared thanattached accommodate tht public and every convenience d duel, nnd they had only to stand in tho sirtd. Give m a call. FRANK RILXY. a fow minutes to got dry again, ns 77 fcnn old Marc. 16 hand, hisrh. rood To trade a tho day was an especially warm one. worker anywncrr, "standard and registered," for a of wura mules She has by her News. Detroit pair Staled proposals 111 be received by the undersigned at Statitord, Ky , for an Iron lindge to be Is a candidate for the Hustons built otcr Logan's Creek, near Stanford, Ky.. un-t- Magisterial District, Constableto inthe action ol llle subject the Sept. 4, ivj4. llrldge to cover space &)K Tret democratic party. between abutments 16 ftet ide. Work to be cempleted by Not. i, i& Apply to letter ou in person to IIOSLKV. OWSLEV. SR.. JOHN IIRIGIir. Is a candidate for Constable In the Hustenville J.H.McALISTKH, Precinct. Election Not ember neat. Committee. DAVID II. C. PEYTON, Are the betl because hey run lighter and can do greater variety of work than any other sewing machine. The a it J. Ladles of Lincoln County Are cordially intlted lo call at tho ft Asaph Hotel and eaamine the machine, aa well as sam pies of its work. McMUKKAY I1KOS., Stanford, Ky POSTED. ;g. d. smiley B.ADA !' n, DR. W. B. PENH? DcntlHt. Office South hide Main St., in office recently vacated by Dr. Lot F. Hutlman, Stanford, Ky. THE RILEY HOUSE Higgins & Watts, ..Dealers n. J. BENEDICT, All Kinds Stanford, . YOU of Coal, Ky. WANTED. ARK.... RospootfuUy Invited. u- T. S. CARFBITTEII, well-know- n first-cla- ss Bakincr lllue-Gra- ss rowaer 5t-- Pure ICE, ICE. VBNDOMB Aist-ciss- RtSSELL & BROWN, of-a- THE WEEKLY bi s un-tur- al con-ncct- fHRlP a. s. price:, !R. s V Zimmer, -- NS Fancy Groceries, Tho Myers House, n Wcekly Foreign and Do Stanford, mestic Fruits, Fine Farm For Sale OF first-cla- LIVERY STABLE. first-clas- Farmers Bank&Trnst f NORTH WEST, R ZIMMER. blue-gra- never-tailin- g - a . VEAGER & Double Dally Trains one-thir- um m first-cla- MWi mil!, A git-e- .., cos-siste- ut Ilri-die- s, ( ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort first-clas- s insurance Company NORFOLK RAILROAD. BAEBEE e; WESTERN TICKETS FIRST BNK $200, 1 1 21,300 1 1 11 3 A Fair Record. CHICAGO T, S1 - 11 n NORTH AND EAST. Tlnic-Tnble- s, j. ford. GEO. U.UARPEIt, Gen. Supt. , ROS.tOkMa. lOUBHlS, O; HOt'.OkCrA. A, A, McKinney, Assistant Cashier. jU . &)&,. jJkbT.'J-lt!- l 'JkkZk