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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894090701 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. ibR Mflh ti . Wff. - - fW.,.yr ' -- B-. . r '"'' j .Ui .. r . . - ) rr ,1 7 Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FPJDAV. SEPTEMBER 7. 1894. ROWLAND. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. i (O I NO. 54 wmm "1 b lA weather roportB now through tliu Lexington ollicc. Kev. J. N. Pri'strido went to Lily Tuesday to attend n Dnjitist nnHOciatlon. nt llriar Cn-i-Tlio revival rcBiilted in nbout lio additions to tlio church. Pit Weianer hn roho to Diet Crek Gap, Tenn., to bo foreman on tlio now hotel that U beiuK built nt thai jilnci. Mary Storage 1b ul'on holding n religious revival in the western part of the county whero great crowiln hnvo gather-o- d to hear her. Meiwro. Hill and Denbnm and Dr. ' K. S. MoBBBro preparing to erect two Urge new building in tlio near future. Times nro certainly improving. Tuesday eoino parties brought Wui. Douglass iu for stealing LuwIb Angel's horao. Angel lives uer thu Statu lino and lost his homo about a month ago. We understand there Ib a prospect of a newspaper being started at Pleasant View soon. Wo wish it success, but hardly seo how Whitly county can support so many papers. Our Fnjr is in sesnion now ami nil who would lilco to tuako a trip to the mountains and eeo what a genial, hospitable peoplo wo have, would do well to como out Friday and Saturday. Ijuit Monday evening Isaac Woods cut n treo and as it fell It struck anothor treo, which throw a limb back, striking htm and killing him almost instantly. He lived about vo miles eaBt of town and leaves n wife and one child. Tlio llaptist Institute opened Wednesday with about 60 student. This is a very good beginning, considering it is Fair week and the weather is so intensely warm. Prof. Yates is back to take his accustomed place, but Prof. Gorman Jones will go to Chicago to tako a course in Chicago University this Fall. Mr. JameBitnd John Movn, of South Madison, Ind., nre visiting at Dr. A.Ciat-HITMr. A. J. Parker is attending the meeting of tho jiostnl clerks' association at Cincinnati. Mrs. Overstreet, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. G. L. Gentry. Mr. G. A. Denliam went to Louisville Sunday. Mrs. J. 0. Mahan is ijulto sick. Mr. G. 0. Mooro was in Danville last Wo Kt'ttho k Klil. Joo Severance "will preach hero Sunday nt 11 o'clock. Col. James A. Buruside, tlio popular tobacco man, was hero Thursday. Ira Tucker is visiting hia mother, Mrs.Kteoribergen. Mr. Win. Kirkpatrick and wife are visiting friends hero. J.W. Ware ia sick of fovea nnd Mrs. J. II. Hilton, who has been qnito ill, ia recover-In- .. Masters Willie Shelton and Fred Burgess have returned to Louisville to attend bchool. Mr. Thomas Hurley has been to Livingston. Col. Win. Perciful, of Garrard, was hero Tuesday. Ho is preparing to start a meat shop at Junction City. enterpriping townsman, T. C. Ball, has bought tho beautiful residence on tho south-wes- t corner of Darsttown and Main street, known as the Waller property, from Judge John Ohappell for $S00. Ho is having it painted and generally remodeled for tho comfort of his mother, who will live with him. Principlu rises far nbovo personal interest or personal prejudice, and yet theru are many men in this and adjoining counties who appear to be willing to nncrillce thu former for tho latter. If they are thus to be influenced by impure motives, without any change in honest convictions, what is tho dilference between them and tho common lloatcr, except that it is not direct cash and carries with it a higher degree of respectability? Democracy is too big a thing to become subservient to the whims of any person or class of people because of their predilectious or prejudices on either side of a local issuo or personal dispute. We should be guided in political aliaira by an honest conviction as to principles and a knowledge of tho integrity and capability of those who seek our suffrage. What excuse then can there bo for surrendering principlu when the constituted authorities gave us a plan by which we all joined mid a list of good men were nominated for tho olltces ? The county tickets all over the country are made up of honest, tried and capable men, and tho nominee, Hon. James B. MeCreary, for Congress, is too well 'known for comment. In fact, his long, faithful, brilliant and honorable career has made his election a necessity in these times of political commotion, and his election is sure, although it is customary to put a lamb or a bullock on the nltar to be sacrificed. His knife is ready and it is to be hoped that the hosts will unite in November and take part in tho aacritlce. ur ed Police Judge Totten now steps about under a stovepipe hat as long as one's leg. Navffiferfn S JOSEPH F. WATERS, Foreman of The Interior Journal Prlntcry 11 When tho presont proprietor bought tho Intkhioh Jo.itXAi., ho found in the ollico a little devil, who has since become n Uxtiiroaud an indispensable. He gradually worked hiuiHelf up to tho position ol foreman, which he has now lilted for a number of years most creditably and satisfactorily. Theso observations have been called forth by the fact that It w as 20 years ago Wednesday that Joseph Fought Waters entered tho Intkmou Jouhnal olllce, with which ho has been associated with but slight intermissions ever since. He is a married man now and has children climbing around his knee, but he still retains hia youthful ways and a never ceasing How of good humor. In fact ho is tho one man of the ollice, who never geta mad. The picture abovo doesn't do him justice by long odds. Ho is thu handsomest man in the ollico and that is saying a great deal. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Col. Silas Adams is absent attend- b. week. Circuit court is still in session, but all the civil business except such as the judge can try has been continued to make room for tho criminal docket. Kw-e- ll Siler was lined 1D0 for cutting Jell Woods and tho jury failed to agree in the case of Sampson Uolten for the murder of Blue Donhatn in his watermelon patch about two weeks ago. Some smaller cases have been tried and lines assessed. Lincoln County Teachers Association. Program for meeting In Stanford Sat- urday, Sept. S, 10 a. M. 1. Address, Charles II. Holmes. 2. Benefit to bo derived from county association. Supt. W. F. McClary, followed by general discussion. 3. Recitation, Miaa Bertie Knoch. I. Essay, Miss Lulu Hicks. p. m. 1. Our Koadtng Circle, II. L. Young, followed by discussion. .. Spelling, Misses Anna Hold and Lulu Kitle, followed by discussion. 3. Lougiludo and Time, M. J. Bro-naug- ing to his interest in thu forthcoming contest. Miss Sudiu Kills, of Huston-villwas hero on a visit Monday. Miss Mary Woodson, of Hustonville, of and her cousin, Miss Bessie Lexington, who has been visiting her for tho past month, spent several days in our town enjoying tho fair and in visiting Miss Ovio Moore. In giving thu long ollicial list of premiums at the lato fair heru we had no spaco left to give the fascinating features of tho occasion and wu intended to say something more in this issue of Jouhnal, but Joo F. Waters, of your town, has tilled tho bill so nicely that wu thank him for taking this part oil our hands. Wu think, however, he is full hard on our premium ugly man. Wo think Jess that is our ugly man, as wo wont mention his name, would be better looking than he Is, if it were not for physical alllictious and we believe tbo Lincoln man's nilafortuno in loosing in thu fat man's race was owing to his looking back on Quince in fiendish delight at tho prospect of an easy victory. e, Kilt-sel- l, Good Meeting. Sad Story. To the Editor of The Interior Journal. Ciun Orchard, Sept. 4. I closed my LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. W. D. Tanner, jeweler, of Manches- ter, Is here. Born to tho wife of John Graybenl, h. Fractions, Garland Singlefollowed by discussion. ton, 5. Debate, subject "Resolved That tho Teacher Has Moro Inlluenco in Molding the Character of tho Child Than tho 4. Decimal Allirmative, J. W. North, J. II. Thorn-as- , W. H. Swearlngen. Negative, Thur-loJones, Scott Anderson, J. M. Acton. 0. Program for next meeting and miscellaneous business. w Parent." Monday, twins. They lived but a short time. There was nn immenso crowd in at tendance at tho Baptist Association at Lily Tuesday and Wednesday. Bankers It. M.Jackson, of this place, and W. II. Bishop, of Florida, will open a bank nt Middlesboro in this month. Mrs. K. It. Kwell, who was a daughof Constable Tom Norvell, died at ter her husband's home near Faris Station Tuesday night of typhoid fever. Louis Silverstein, who shot another peddler near Pittsburg eovornl months ago, was placed in jail Wednesday. He Ho will have an examining trial. e, Tho largest diamond in thu world, the lixcelslor, was discovered on Juno 30, 1S93, in tho mines of Jogorsfonteini Capo Colony, by Kdward Jorganson, inspector. It ia a stono of tlio first water, valued nt about $5,000,000. It weighs 0713 carats. According to tho Statistical Abstract of the Unitod States tho total cost of tho liquors of all kinds consumod iu this country Ib over $10 per capita, about S0 a year for ovory family. From 12 to 17 tons of ico can now bo produced por ton of coal by some of tho ammonia and other chemical refrigerating svetemB. Thero ia a woman In Holland IS years old and woighs only 10 pounds. Sho is only 21 inches tall. A Million Frlondd. .'.-!.. k' Da.nvii.lk Thu report that W. S. Tut-tlson of Judge F. S. Tuttle, of June lion City, had been killed while braking on a freight trnin, was incorrect. Young Tuttlo is now in tho employ of Wiborg, Hanua A Co. The D. and D. Institute opened with 113 pupila tho largejl opening over had. Moro will arrive dur-iutho week. Dr. D. C. Tucker has sold his frame residenco on Third street, which ho has been occupying for a number of years, to Mrs. Levi Hubble, for 3,500, possession to bo given the llrst of November. It coat the doctor fo,500. Mrs. Hubble and her daughter, Miss Laura, will bo cordially welcomed as pormanont residents of Danville. A severe hail storm destroyed 12 acres of tobacco on Mrs. A.D. Moore's place, which waa being cultivated by John Watson. A friend In need It a friend indeed, and not less iam found just such a friend in Tho loss is about than one million have I)r King's New Discovery for Consumption, largo barn and all it coutainod .Vl Colds. If you hare never used this yo one work horao, a buggy horse, 10 acres ureal tough Medicine, ono trial will convince dit curative powera in all that it has wonderfulChetand Lungs, fcach bol of oats, soino hay, a now wagon, binder, easesot the Throat, .lM ll tin . .I titmtail - mnn ar ".. Halt tuaranu . -- .. - -. -- 1 -. and other agricultural implements was ..v... ev will ue reiuuui-burned. Tho origin of the fire ia un'a diug itore. Largo bottle sc nnd Ji . I'ennj known. Advocate. Four Blgr Succobbos. On September 17th, tho Sovereign. Having the needed merit to more than make for them, the eooO all tho advertising claimed remedies have reached a phenomenal Grand Lodge convenes at Lookout Mounfour King's New DUcouery. for coniump. tain. The Queen and Crescent Route "on.'CoushsaudColdt, each bottle guaranteed-Rlecirremedy for Liver (Oincinnati Southern) will sell ticket, at Itinera, the ilucklen' Arnica Salve, tho Life Pill., greatly reduced ratoa, affording a line btm?hewo'lJ."dDr.King'.New sie opportunity to visit tho many points of which are perfect pill. All Itthe.e claimod for them to do Just what herewith interest around historic old Lookout "d'"e dealer h.M name U attached Sold at A wt.l be gUd to tell you more of them. .Ask any agent for particulars. tore. g ll.OOO.-Will's meeting at Farriston Sunday night of ono week's duration with 11 confessions. A now house of worship will be erected this Fall. I send you a subscriber to the I.ntehi-o- k Journal, J. M. Russell, who is a merchant at that place and a strong democrat. Your paper ia highly by nil who see it. This station is located on,Boone's old trace from Crab Orchard to Cumberland Gap and near what is known as Defeated Camps. Iu October, 17S0, a largo number of families traveling by laud to Kentucky, known as tho McNitts Company, were surprised in their camp at night by a party of Indians and totally dofeated with the loss of 21 peoplo killed and tho rest dispersed or madu prisoners. The seutiuul was fired on, fatally wounded, ran into camp and ;fell dead, the Indians pursuing so clocely that tho emigrants had not time to make a light. Somu fuw escaped. Tho men came on to Urao Urcunnl, Becurou a company nnd went back to dud tho Indians gone nnd 21 men, women and children butchered on thu ground. It is sad to hear tho oldest citizens tell this story, aa it has been handed down by fathers nnd grandfathers to them, m thero is but little on record about it, save n short sketch in Collins' History of Kentucky. Ono woman who escaped was found on the ground when tho white men got there, with three littlo children by her side, all with heads choppod'opeu. Another woman had given birth to a child close by. They cut up bod ticks, scattered feathers all over tho woods and took tho goods for clothing. Theso 21 persona wero all burled iu two graves, which can bo easily discovered by the sunken ground. This is in a dense forest owned by tho Jackson heirs. It seems to mo that a monutnont of some kind should be raised over the sleeping remains of the uufortunato ones to mark their last resting place. J. G. LIVINGSTON. com-plimeut- Thero will ho work in the Follow Craft degree at tho Masonic lodge Monday uveninif. Mr. Kobert Brocket, of Virginia, is opening a stock of clothing in the Hemphill store room. Maj. Janiep Dillon, the Old Crow, is still conilned to his room by illness, tho somewhat Improved. Cabell Denny, Sam Duncan and Dr. Tom Hood left Tuesday on a big hunting trip in Colorado. They will be gone nbout a month. Sheriff O. A. UobiiiBon has been critically ill for some time with typhoid fever. He is improving now, much to tho gratification of his many friends. There will bo no preaching at tho Presbyterian church until further notice, the Rev. Lucien Noel having returned to the theological seminary. Five days of the present term of circuit court have been consumod in tho trial of the Indiana Phillips will case. Sury has not returned a verdict at this writing. Tho young gentlemn of tho Sun. (lower Club gave an elegant party at tho residenco of Mrs. Frisbio Tuesday evening. About 10 couples wero present and all had a nice time. A man named Silverstein was arrested in this county Saturday for shooting another Dutchman in Laurel county and was taken to London by Deputy Sheriff Billy Lawson. Lewis Burnam has taken charge of tho fire engine and Wednesday recharged and cleaned it up ao that its good bb new. A good deal of fun has been made of this engine, but it has saved enough property to pay for itself many times. Rev. George O. Barnes preached to e last a large audience nt tho night, lib will hold services (Friday) night. He and again is accompanied by his two daughters, Miss Mario and Mrs. Georgia Duncan. They leave for Richmond Saturday. Tuesday night Mrs. Sim Anderson was nearly frightened to death by some ono trying to break into the house. Her husband was sick, but got up and the parties fled. There has been a great deal of complaint about these midnight prowlers, and a few charges of buck shot will have to bo used, if it continues. Mrs. Robt. Young, of Louisville, is visiting her father, Dr. Huffman. Misses Kdmiston, of Crab Orchard, is here viBi- tin relatives. Mr. Charlie .riBbie re turned Monday from Arizona very much improved in health. Mrs. Frank Bruen left Wednesday for her homo in Minneapolis. Mrs. Ferguson and daughter, Mra. Will Barnes, aro visiting Col. W. S. Ferguson. Messrs. W. B. Buford and J. R. Downing, of Nicholasvlllo, are visiting in town this week. Mra. Will Price, of Danvillo, ia the guest of Mrs. Susan Price. Miss Jennie Lackey has returned from Stanford. Miss Florence Anderson haB returned from Lexington. court-housht Preparatory and Collegiate School for Girls. Thirtv-thiryear opens Sept. 5, 1891. A large and able faculty. Students 'last session from is States. Thorough traininir under Christian inflnenrp nt tumlo- ratecost. Send for catalogue. Address Tdiss Scott, Anchorage, Ky- A d Anchorage, EMiMRY KY. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, Full corpaofContervatorjr A. M., President. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894. An. Excellent boarding department. and Normal Schoolteacher!. Superior coursea in Literature, Mutlc laaal Cataloguca and clrculart fumUhed on application. State Collegeo&Kentueky Opens September 10, 1894. Thirty Professors and Instructors Nine Courses of Study, as follows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Board jn dormitories S2.25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. For Catalogues apply to JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, Lexington, Ky. W. H. Higgins. W. B. McKinney. PLOWS We have our plows in and can show you the . Best Plow on the ket. For the money. Mar- Come and see them before you purchase. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. -- H.6.RUPLEY,-- Ii Receiving His FALL -:- - AND -:- - WINTER -:- - GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me Those Who akk P ostkd. Will tell you that tho finest and healthiest summer resorts in tho northwest are locnted nlon the Wisconsin Central Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, Waukesha, Neennh, Waupacs, Fifield, Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and pleasure seekers figuring on their next oummer's vacation should bear this in mind and before selecting a routo dop a lino to .las. C. Pond, General Passenger Agent of tho Wisconsin Central Lines, at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send you maps, time tables and guide books containing valuable information, which aro mailed free upon application. Latonia. Tlio Fall Meeting at Lato- nia extends from September 1st to Octo ber Gth. Tho Queen fc Crescent will sell tickets to Cincinnati each day, good d 5 dsys to return, at ono and faro for tho round trip. Ask agents for particulars. W. C. Kinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati. . G. A. H. encampment nt Pittsburg, Pa.. September Sth to 16th. The Queen and Crescent Route will make low reduced rates for the occasion. Call on any Q it O. aeent, or address I. Hardy, A. G. P. A., Vicksburg, Miss., R. 11. Garratt, New Orleans, La., A. J. Lytle, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn., W. 0. Rinearsou, G. P. A., Cincinnati. one-thir- IOE -- 8- CHE - And - REFRIGERATORS Now in stock will be sold W. H. WEAKEN & CO. THE nLUE-GUAS- S HERD OK Duroc Red Jersey Swine N Stock. MH5lU?i 3HBk IF 17 R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Pigs foi sale from the best types of Registered Breeders secured from the best herds In several ditterent -- lates. correspondence Solicited wns slc, w gav her CastorK When sho was o Child, h cried for Costorla. When she bocame Mtss, aha cIudr to Castor!, When she had Children, she gave them CaatorU, vhn Baby 109 L. Kah er.a While tn Chicago, Mr. Charlet Moinea, Iowa, hoe merchant ol Da prominent had quite a aerious time of it He took auch a cold that he could hardly talk or navigate, but the prompt ui ot Chamberlain' Coujh Remedy cured him of hia cold M quickly that othen at example the hotel who had had cold followed hit the Bearand half a doren peraoni ordered It Irom in their cat drug More. They wer. proluac Ihaoli to Mr. Hahler lor telling them how to cure ae-v- 23 90 J . a ! -- -- ie On Wednesday, September 12th, the Chesapeake & Ohio R'y will sell round trip tickets to Old Point Comfort, from Lexington at $12 50 for tho round trip, good 15 days. Low rate side trips to New York and other points can be made will be allowed at any point trip. For sleeping car reservon return ation write or call on Geo. W. Barney, Div. Pass. Agent, Lexington. Stop-over- s WHAT DOES IT MEAN? llri sjiertetl l Cretwnt Rl It neins tht lh Qnn stwruit rtnttunUl Utwe.n lemr: t lulls. sl.rt.. Ur"sli.rtit riaclnaatl t. Nw OrUul ur Jwa ills. ttl tu l J miles M . In AU-U- U SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS t . tween all f tU rdaU. Thromh Cars 1. VleksUra and ShMT- oV.0".byqi"r!s.yO. llocktr, drunUt. "d- . Stan- - aa.l Mm JuheTllU. Jf . V. Mrvcl Una tu T aUul tuurs lo California. roni l hhrMtpurt. Aik onavUtt U maJ. fchlbVlll. ana Oreon,aa diarrhoea chronic A M. Bailey, . . R. Penny's Urug -- red that be bit bis tongue oil. Frank Barnes, of Bryan, O., was kicked by a horso and was ho badly jar- and uied many remedies with with little rebel until he tried Chamberlain a hat Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea lUmedy, which you cure.! her aound and well. Give it a trial and surprised at the prompt relief it afforde. vlll be a and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G. Hockcr, druggtit, Stanford. citiieu of Eugene. his wife hai fer jeara been troubled well-know- n Irti.etu.uirt ltsUUIe4trsW all joints Sut. amu ! koulitui. LmUW -,XEAK3o.V, Gca'l I'ais'r Agent, ClaclnaaU, O. fc QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ig .JSii t- - 1V1 ! k.4S- -l . . r . .' l- - . . . ' ,. iJ-i-' '; Semi-Weekly iTt jp, ,msWFWf r- Interior Journal Stanford Kt September II I I Hi w v ri Ei r t $ t i it ': I ! i r i 1 1 "fl I I .1 . and exposition building at tho Pimllco cording to tho Senator. Rov. B. F. Gaston, a negro who has race track, near Baltimore, were destroyW. P. WALTON. been getting "emigrants for Africa,'1 ed by fire. Loss $40,000. At the fall trotting meeting at Lex together with six of his colored frionds, $71,100 in stakes and was shot to death in Hancock county, ington, Oct. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Georgia. The assailants were negroes purses will bo hung up. On tho 3d day And our efforts have been untiring. This week will witness a big FOIt COXORKSS....."..-- . -- JAS. II. 31'CRE.lllY former occa the futurity stake worth $30,000 will be who had been dupea on Clearance Sale at the contested lor. For County Judge JAS. WALKER GIVKNS sion. G. B. COOPER cleric TnE republicans hnvs pitted Alston John and Charlie Fogg, of MontThe democrats of Pulaski have nom! B. PAXTON Attorney-..- .. Gordon Dayton against Tariff Bill Wil- inated the following riSkel: County gomery county, has a heifer IS months . T. D. NEWLAND Sheriff. E. D. KENNEDY son for Congress in the 2d West Virgin Judge, John 11. Thurman; county attor- old that has nover had a calf that is beAssessor G. W. DEI10RD ia district, but it will be love's labor ney, R. V. Smith; county clerk, W. H. ing milked regularly and gives three gal" Jailer Harrison waa at tho Higgins; eherill, George Claunch; jailer, lons of milk a day. lost. nominating convention and mado a D. F. Epperson; assessor, John Dungnn; J. W. U.ilt'8, of Madison, bought of Free wool will make cheaper clothes, speech urging the defeat of Mr. Wilson, Dick Gentry, of Uoyle, 00 head of coroner, J. E. Girdler. benefiting ay the people, and will in- and other great spenkere and a mint of cattle to average 1,050 pounds by An abundance of every thing is crease the price of domestic wool, bene- money will be used to that end. Mr. promised for the Owens barbecue to bo Nov. 1 to 10, at IJc. Ho also bought of We must have the space for the winter stock which is alrcadv en to bo fiting the farmer. This may seem Wilson is exceedingly popular though, held at tho fair grounds, near Paris, on Capt. U D. Logau 75 of same at same route, and every summer article goes for a little, a very little price to Tarnr1nx!ra1. navs the N. Y. World, but and his people can not bo bought nor Tuesday, Sept. 11th. Fifteen beeves, 100 price. la not. Foreign wools are needed for wem go at once. Will quote you only a few prices that you it wheedled into forsaking him. John Cook, tho barber, is getting to maivc sheep, hundreds of chickens, 0,000 loaves admixture with our own wools in this can have some idea how the entire stock will run v this week. of bread. 1.500 callous of burgoo and be quite a denier in ponies. Ho Bold one Read country, and when their importation is Gov. Turkey, of Tennessee, in order Wet week to Dr. W. D. Tardlff for $100 these demand to protect tho good name of his State and other good things will bo served. diminished by a tariff duty the Nicholas county is all excitoment and this week bought one of Jndge J. for American wools necessarily falls off. have justice muted out to offenders, has over the alleged rape of Mies Lizzio Wil- W. Alcorn for $50. Under high protection on wools flocks of offered a reward of $5,000 for the fiends, M. F. Elkin bought of M. S. Bnugh-maD. Howe, a young sheep have diminished and prices lor who shot to death the six manacled ne- liams by Dr. W.treating and John F. Cash a lot of her fordeafnees. who was wool have gone down. Already the groes in chargo of a sheriff. Already Shedeclarea HI Ilk ho made tho assault cnttlo ... 2 to 2c. He bought of B. Chan- price of domestic wool has increased in four men have been indicted and the 2c of W. his purpose. He was cellor a lot of fat sheep this country since the passage of the Sen- lynching is being actively investigated. and accomplished The doctor is owner A. Hail several fat bogsat and at 4c. released on $1,000. month ago American wools Nothing short of the necks of the cowate bill. A W. D. Sutherland bought this week of the pacing mare, Whiligig. Bold in New York and Boston for from ardly mob can attone for tho most brutal Whale Hone 5c dozen. A revised list of tho dead by the for- in this and Madison counties 250 feedqual-ity- . 19 to 31 cents a pound, according to outrage ever perpetrated in a civilized 500 yds col. I Iamburg 3c yard. est fires at Hinckley and other JSorthern ing cattle weight 1,200 ?., at 3J to 3J Since then the demand has increase country. Hlack Silk Lace 5c yard. number at cents. He also bought 90 cattle, the pick Minnesota towns places the ed, and the prices now range from 22 to McKinley law the Tub Knights of Pythias in Supreme 379, though It is feared Bt least 200 other out of 100, weight 1350 It's., at 3.C0. longs 10c. 37 cents. Under the Hinckley 210 of Large numbers of cattle on the marrate of dutv on cheap woolen cloth was Conclave, are having a row over ruling settlers perished. At Kid Curlers 5c dozen. are being buried in four ket at Richmond Monday, 500 to 700 and from 150 to 103 per cent., and on dearer out saloon men, but they will finally do the 225 bodies Side Combs, 10c. so. The Masons started the ball rolling long trenches. Some are encased in rude all sold, the prices ranging from 2 to 3 cloth from S9 to 99 per cent. Under the Hluc, Yellow and White Napkins, 35c dozen. without covering. cents. The Berea Fair Association deare new bill it will be from 35 to 50 percent. and all the other orders will follow. boxes and others dispatch from Birmingham states clared a dividend of 15 per cent, to its A Outing Cloth Shirts, 20c. The tax on blankets waa from 80 to 104 With the secret orJers and the churches rovival of the most stockholders, the net profits from its repercent. It will range from 25 to 40, after them, there will soon be no place that an industrial A good pair suspenders, 10c. proportions has struck Ala- cent exhibition. Climax. On flannels the rate was from So to 104. in this country for the promoters of the pronounced Silk Finished, wire buckle suspenders, 15c. bill This country ought to bo able to pull bama since the nassase of the tarifl It will be from 25 to 50. Women's drees, accursed traffic. A big lot of Neglige and Laundered. Shirts, collars and cuffs and the settlement of the miners' strike. through the winter on 1,500,000,000 109, cloaks SI per goods paid from S7 to 50c, It is said that the Breckinridgo men Furnaces that have been idle for a ytar buahols of corn, 000,000,000 bushels of worth Si. clothing 80 per cent, and ready-mad- e are urging the committee, which has a are being "blown in," and the iron trade wheat and 8,000,000 bales of cotton, not cent. All these will pay 50 per cent. Childrens' Shoes, 20c. majority for him, to require each voter is reviving. More coal is being mined in to mention tho potatoes and turnips, the Carpets paid from 61 to S3 per cent. Mens' Shoes, 75c. primary to make oath that be will the Birmingham district thau at any beef, pork and mutton, tho blackberries They will pay from 30 to 42. The same at the support the nominee. Such an oath time during the past 12 months. and wine, tho dairy and poultry and Hoys' Knee Pant Suits, 75c. is true of other necessities, bo it will be Dr. F. A. Cook's Arctic excursion, countless other good things with which Good working pants for men, 75c. gains both ways oughtn't to be necessary. Tho very act seen that the farmer of voting in a primary is a pledge with which left New York, July 7, on tho our granaries, barns, cellars and pantries The price of hiB product is increased and Boys' Felt Hats, 10c. honorable men to support the nominee. steamer Miranda, has been landed at are filled. Louisville Times. his wants are Bupplied at less money. Ladies' Oxfords, 60c, worth $1. " North Sydney, Nova Scotia, by a fishing The new tariff bill is not as good as it Jddqe Durham made a speech at LexCRAB ORCHARPT party AuRemember the fine picture that is given away with every $2o's might be, but it will save the people mil- ington, in which he not only proved the schooner, which rescued the Miss Mollie Pitman, of Parksville, is worth of goods. gust 21 in latitude 51 degrees 25 minutes, lions of dollars and be the stapping stone charges against him made by Col. BreckTho boat the guest of her cousin, Miss Bettio Hig to other and greater reductions of taxa- inridge as recklessly false, bnt poured off the coast of Greenland, sprung a leak on a hidden reef and gins. Scott Anderson is quite sick. Fehad tion. further hot shot into him. The speech on the return was sunk, the crow and lix Myers continues very ill. is given in full in the Leader and makes W. E. Perkins, (agent for Brodhead passengers being on the Rigel. Gov. McCreary opened his canvass interesting reading. Lt. Donovau.nfthe U.S. army, is mak Roller Mills,) is buying a large quantity for Congress at Richmond Monday in au able speech of two hours. Mr. Demaree, ia bound to her idols. At inc the trio Irom Cheyenne, Wyo., to of wheat at this place. Mr. Perkins has Vermont who thinks he is running for the same her State election Tuesday, the republi- Omaha on a bicycle for the purpose of his wheat hauled in wagons from C. O. A. URILANSKY & CO., Proprietor office on the prohibition ticket, also cans carried the State by 25,000 majority, demonstrating to tho war department to Brodhead and claims it is much cheap eulogized the governor very an increase over tho election of two the efficiency of the wheel on a long er than to ship. spoke and T; D. RANEY, Manager. Lee Crowdus, a march. The lieutenant has his wheel highly, saying he had made a record bs a years ago of 0,000. lad from rigged up for carrying the usual equip-Bg- e Fort Worth, Texas, has been in O. O. for public official of which anybody might of the soldier in the field, which in- some weeks. Lee iB a handsomo little be proud. Dr. Phil Roberts, who also NEWSY NOTES. cludes threo days' rations, a Springfield fellow, and has gained quite a reputation imagines he is in the race, having been Labor day was generally celebrated rifle, a Colt's revolver, canteen, blanket, while here. He has by the republicans, was callnominated cleaned up almost large cities. doc tent and 30 rounds of ammunition. all of the kids in thlsplaco within three ed on to speak, but he declined, Baying in the Hon. that he had never made a speech In his Virginia, William L. Wilson, of West He expects to make the distance of 500 years of his age or 20 pounds of his Of Zinc and Canvass Covered Round and Square Top sailed Wednesday for Europe. miles in six days. weight. He has convinced tho bovs that life and was too old to begin now. A The Southern Railway Company Col. E. H. Taylor, the noted distill- it is a difficult matter to rido a Texas case of not being able to learn an old proposes to issue f 120,000,000 in bonds. and Rev. H. S. Henderson, of the M. pony. The gover, dog new tricks, we presume. B. F. of Oklahoma City, E. church, bad a sensational meeting at Saturday, Sept. Sth, is tho day fixed ernor will make a thorough canvass and committed Fisher, suicide because he could not Frankfort. Sunday Mr. Henderson Oy the democratic county committee to the welkin will ring with bis voice in abstain from drink. preached a sermon agaiust Breckinridge. select candidates for magistrate and conall the counties of bis district. Governor McKinley addressed an When Taylor met the preacher he prostable in each magisterial district. This Tub Solid South continues to demon- Immense crowd on Patriotism at the ceeded to roast him for his utterance. is a matter of moro importance than genAnd Bags. strate its solidity as far as beard from. Cayuga county fair grounds, N. Y. Taylor finally denounced the preacher a erally considered by the people. There Four persons are dead and several liar and n Bcoundrel. Rev. Henderson will bo only Tennessee and Alabama had rolled up four magistrates in tho the old time democratic majorities and are critically ill at Famine, Mass, from replied that Taylor was beneath the no county, while at present there are 10. In now came Arkansas with her 30,000 ma- eating custard served at a wedding. tice of a gentleman, whereupon Taylor the future the office will not only bo ono Lexington, Wednesday sold to New jority response that she has not, nor attempted to strike him, but was pre- of honor; but there will bo Bomo emoludoes not, intend to desert the good old York bankers $153,000 worth of street vented and the row ended. ments attached thereto. It will he re ship which carries tho party of the peo- bonds, bearing 1J per cent, interest. Henry Delaney and Miss Fanny membered that a convention was called The Rothschilds and tho Vander-biltsar- e Tate, of Sturgis, wero married Saturday here ple. There is a law in Arkansas making some time ago, when John II. said to be the money power be- afternoon. Delaney, it will be remema requisite the payment of the poll-ta- x waa nominated. This nominafor voting and a great many were knock- hind the gigantic Southern Railway. bered, waB forced to marry Miss Abbie tion was ignored by tho committeo and For the Season of 89.1- -5 and A round-trirate of $9 from Louis Oliver, whom ho had ruined, in April Mr. McWhorter will quite likely ed out of casting their ballots on account be reof it. A similar law should prevail every- ville to the G. A. R . meeting at Pitts 1S93. and while on the way to her homo nominated Saturday. where. The old motto "No taxation burg has been mado by all the railroads. after the ceremony sho was Bhot and September 10th Dr. J. S. Stapp will The National holidays now are Jan. killed by Delaney's friends and relatives. open a without representation" ought to be re select school for young ladies and 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, first Monday versed. Delaney's reason for refusing to marry a few young men of good moral charac With Companies of Known Merit. in September, 4th Thursday in Novem- Miss Oliver was that he was engaged to ter. There is no reason why a Tor populists of Colorado are tho big- ber and Christmas. curry Miss Tate. On hearing of his mar- school shouldn't bo built up at this House scats 500; is lighted by electricity, has large stage and good gest fools out. They have renominated Col. Breckinridge says: "We play riage, Delaney's bondsmen surrendered place, having the best of material, no saScenery. that fiery, untaimed ass, Gov. Waite, no bunko game of heads I win, tails you him and he is now in jail for complicity loons and tho finest mineral wutors on who has defied decency and nmle aspec-tacl- lose. Whoever is the nominee of the in his first wife's murder. It is also said the Globe. Now wo believe it is the He is now party will of himself generally. support." I he was forced to marry Miss Tate. duty of every good citizen to lend to Dr. under arrest for opening a letter address' The crack pistol shot of the world Stanford, Ky. g Stapp a helping hand and assist in ed to another and may have to spend a now is, apparently, Smith Carr, of San FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. up a good school, which would do term in the pen before serving another Francisco, who recently scored 959 out MY STOCK OF- more to advance tho morals of our town gubernatorial term. At any rate it is of possible Alix is only 15 hands high. a 1,000 points. 2:0S, has been bred than every enterprise that has been hardly probable that he will ride in Martha Wilkes, Gen. Stoneman, who kicked up constarted since tho first cabin was erected blood up to his bridle bit to reach the siderable to Red Wilkes. dust with his cavalry durinc former place. Alcantara has added seven 2:30 per- in the crab apple thicket. the war, is dead in California, of which formers this year. State he was a governor. HUBBLE. It is lovely to see brethren dwell toThe Kentucky tobacco crop is Baid A statement from tho mints bIiow gether in the unity that characterizes the to he 40 per cent, short. Eubanks Bros, and R. L. Hub editors of the Winchester papers. that in tho last three years $523,809,700 The 10 days pooling at tho Buffalo ble Bold their etock hogs last week Though of opposing politics ana a bus- in gold has been coined, that of last year races amounted to $700,000. at 5c to Lucien and Vanuie PerkinB. Tablets, &c, is very large and iness rival, the editor of the Democrat being about double the coinage of 1891. Carroll county, Missouri, raised $150,-00- 0 James Robitipon has rented his river John Ashley caught Robert Cross, publishes all the nice things said of Bro. farm to McMillan for 1S95. worth of apples this year. a'ki6aingandtt'huggingof his daughter, ConBoaloy, of the Sun, in his race for Mies Anna Bright has gono to Mil- Sunol will not bo out this year, but gress and otliorwiso helps to make his and killed him, as sho should have it iB said that she will bo cut loose next lershurg to school. Dr. Herring presendone for getting caught. All Alabatn-ian- YCHT thorny pathway more pleasant. The ted Mrs. Win, Bland with a fine boy, Tom Yeagor drovo W. E. McAfee's Monday morning, and Billy is tho of brotherly love is as beautiful as Tho two factions of tho democratic Hustler RusBell to a 2:12 record at Fort Call and See Us. it is rare. man in tho neighborhood. Wm. party in Colorado have agreed to bury Wayne. Is receiving a Moreland of lambs Tub populist craze is on tho wane in their differences. A compromise platB,. Fob Sale 45 nice grade Southdown the South. There will never bo but two form was udopted and a State ticket eweo. Apply to R. H. Bronaugh, Crab hero this week nt about 2 to 2Jc. It. L. Whito has tho champion tomatoes of great parties In this country, tho demo- nominated. -- vv. Orchard. this community. Ho weighed 10 of party and the republican party, or cratic It is announced that Senator Jones, F. T. Fox bought of various parties whatever takes tho latter's place. In of Nevada, has followed tho example of last week 50 good light stock hogs nt 43. them that weighed 8 fits. Mrs. R. L. White ia with her daughtor at McKin-ne- y Arkansas the populist lost every county mo coiioague, senator atewart, Advocate. in reStation.I M. Luco sold 20 feeding they had heretofore carried and their nouncing the republican party and join. nn ft Kentucky raises 300,000,000 pounds came 10 Attain ronce at sau per Head. .! vote generally was small. The republi- ing the Populists. of tobacco annually half the crop of tho Mrs. T. G. Nunnelloy is visiting relatives Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to cans didn't carry a single county either, The first successful attempt at long- United States. at Hustonville. J. F. Rigney is introStanford. We also lead in ducing tho history of the First Kentucky bo the democratic sweep waa clear. distance heliography was mado at DenA match race between Directum Cavalry, which ia a good work on the ver Tuesday, when a message wbb sigand Alix, 2:051 would be interest- subject. Thk Louisville Sunday Critic has blos- nalled from Pike's Peak, a distance of ing. Such a race is talked of. somed into a daily. Editor O'Sullivan CO miles inanuirline. Will Hays is handling a full brother C. Inring W. Lanraore, physical director of V. M. A., le Moines, Iov, uyi he can y kas taken up the cudgel for McDermolt A plot to diflirm and murder the to John Farris' great Victor Mazzone. recommend Chamberlain's Pain Halm 10 athletes, gymnasts bicyclists, loot ball players and is putting in some pretty good licks guards and escape from the penitentiary, Ho is a yearling and shows good speed. and the profession in general tor bruise, sprains for him for Confess. The canvas? is waa discovered and foiled. The dislocation! Louisiana lias the largest farm in the and muscles, : alto for so'eness and illflneit of when applied before ho growing quite p?rsinal and politics is Call and See a Beautiful Line. gang and Jaeon Little, all United States. It is 100 miles one way the swollen it will effect a cure in one parte become bait the proving more he'l than usual in our desperate life timers, were at the head by 25 tho other. The fencing alone coat time usually required. Kor sale by Dr.-O. Hooker, druggist, Btan-- ( metropolis. of it. lord. 150,000. There seems to Methodist nreacher." be a mistake about this. Mr. Morris appears to have given up his first love to get astride a whisky barrel in the capacity of government gauger. lie amy bo learning to preach at the same time, but the two avocations do not consist. 3, nt Mrs. Glasscock has filed an affidavit Johnston, 2:00, has been retired. the Kellogg Newspaper Co., at Cincin- that Senator Stewart, of Nevada, gave He is 17 years old and most too stiff now nati, says: "Thomas H. Morris, late ed- her a portion in his office and accom- to work with the fast pacers of the presitor of the Jessamine Journal, will quit plished his designs while sbo was uncon- ent day. 7, 1894 The grand stand, cooling paddock the newspaper business and become a scious. It is blackmail, of course, ac- Tur Publishers' Auxiliary, issued by - NOTHING i SUCCEEDS : LIKE : SUCCESS ioalsmile Store I ox-po- rt phy-sicia- n, n 000-poun- LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, K"Z, - "t TRUNKS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. 1 i We Are Now Booking Attractions : p Solicit Correspondence first-clas- B e WALTON BROS., hui'-din- post-bellu- m FINE PAPERS, lot Be SCHOOL BOOKS, Duplicatod A. FENlSre. Druggist. s. Our Pri ::: Can hap-pie- st car-loa- d LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMP& . I a 2:-0- 5f contclcn-tlouil- y 1 Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. j. 1 r - .., j f J'S t.rrtin iTi mn" Tmivttwr nBBHmwnni j BB'wa Semi-Week- b A The Ohio river at Pittsburg is only Want a watch f Danks, the Jeweler, Call and bco my elegant line of fall XDo you know where to find gold watches suitings. The nobbiest line ever Bhown 8 Inches, the lowest ever known there. has them at the lowest prices. every thing in that line? John D. White is passing under the here. II. 0. Uupley. Not i no prettier for a present than you just stop at Danks' rod. He has lost both of his children, Head This. More boarders wanted. Kv., Seitemiier 7, 1894 Danks' sterling silver novelties. boy and a girl, from diphtheria. Btanford, IfZausc he can fix you up fine. First a Have two beautiful front rooms. Tho Union Pacific Hallway CompaPk.vny hart the best stock and will sell class table. Also day boarders wanted. and I will tell you a secret or two. ny has notified employee that they must " watches and jewolry lower than you can Kate Dudderar. E. C. Walton, Business Manager is why he prospers so, abstain from participation in politics. buy elsewhere. That is a terrible story of death and Kent. A. desirable residence on For always keeps up with the fancied ncv, in Danvillo street. Good garden, good cow destruction wrought by forest fireB in Ovrtxrb on and utter MEANS IU8INE88. lEach article is engraved, 's bulk, by the can or serred at U. past tiro, good water at tho door, tc. For Minnesota. Prosperous villages were Boy your school books nndBcnoolsup restaurant. terms Ac , apply to Dr. J. B. Owsley or reduced to heaps of athes ond whole plies of nil kinds at A. H. Penny's.. J"ust as you wish it to be. families annihilated by tho most horrirepaired Watch ra, clocks ami jewelry Anobrson Oarh has shipped his bar Dr. II. lloid. ZEJach thing that you buy from Danks ble of deaths. and warranted. Engraving a specialty, fixtures to Lexington whero ho will don,t vou sce? Mrs. Thomas Daltom has tho thanks ,v57"iii suJt at A. K. Penny's. John J. Terrall, of Lima, 0 dream Tint Urgent stock ol Drugs, Medicines, likely open a saloon. Ho will continue of tho Interior Journal corps for a ed ho was jumping into n pond for the 2jvery time you go to town Porlutnory, Paints and Wall Paper at to run his business here, howover. beautiful bouquet gathered from tho re- purpoBO of swimming. His parents A. H. Penny's. Peacriptions a specialXjook at Danks' for something nice, Ik you want your watch or any jewol- cently made garden that adorns tho found him dying a few moments later. ty. TEjvery storc can't say this much, He had jumped from a window, 30 feet ry repaired, take it to Penny's. Mr. front ol tho Carpenter House. PERSONAL POINTS. from the ground. Impairing done in a trice. Deckelman does tho work well and Seven persons from Massachusetts promptly; never disappoints a cus- passed up to Bock Castle Springs, WedMm. J. W. Hoit Is quite 111. tomer. N'KW ADVEUTISKKKNTS. Mm. J. W. Vox, of Hig Stono Gap, is nesday. The eeason has been unusually Mr. I). P. Bkthukum Bent n long here. largo there and Btlll agood crowd lingers. Mips Noiia Moiuclanu is visiting In to Hev. A. J. Pike's charges, yester- Tho rates have been reduced to SI a day day, which had to go oyer on account of for September and October. Xicholasville. Misa Gatkwood Givkss is visiting her lateness of receipt and more urgent (Residence of the late James McAliiltr ) With tho drawbacks of tho strike and matter. Bister, Mrs. V. P. Crimen. - KY. other causes, Chief Dispatcher W. F. CRAB ORCHARD, Miss Lucilk Mknbfkk returned to Tun weather has been burning hot, re- Sheridan, tells us that 11,107 cars of coal Lynnland College Wednesday. lieved to some extent by n nice shower were shipped on this division in the Mumim. U. 0. and Will Uockkr leave S. PRES., Wednesday afternoon. Tho dispatch at month of August, HesayB freight bus- DR. for Kentucky University. Assisted by a Competent Faculty. hand reads: Generally fair. Probably iness of all kinds is looking up and pre Your money with us. Raiment for the body is better than gold. Aimiun UuHiiAiin has returned to the local thunder storms. A letect ichool, olhigh grade, for the thorough dicts and early return to prosperity. D.ivis Military school Bt Winston, N. 0. training of young ladiei. A few young gentlemen This we have to suit all and at very low prices. Trade is reviving of approval moral willalxo be admitted. We have it by grape vino wire that Ji'dob W. E. VAiisoNand Mr. J. II. Dead. Mr. Joo Mageo camo down Number limited no Idlers wanted. everywhere and why should we not be Or. Stapp, the President, ha since his graduaKlrby spent Beveral days in Cincinnati. the worst kind of a scandal is browing form Crab Orchard, yesterday, to have tion In medicine, given his entire time and ener-fiMb. II. 0. Fa inns Is holding his own, in the mountains, in which a prominent notices printed of tho burial of Felix Lo to the building and management of Colleges he filled the which the doctors consider a favorable man figures. But more when we get gan Myers, who died of consumption at chair South. During and pat year Sciences the of Literature in Natural Daughters College, Harrodsburg, and Mrs. Mapp sign. fully substantiated. the Btory :t:30 a. M. He was a son of W. Stuart Uugnt Muilc, Tainting, Drawing, &c. giving Mrs. M. CSaitlky went over to LanMyers, who Is oir on a tour for his com central satisiaction to natrons and dudiis. STANrouo Chapter No. 6'J will meet on His wifo and family nave received special train caster yesterday to bco the Barnes can not bo reached by tele- Ine in and lor College Hundreds of factories that have been stopped are starting up and Monday, the lUli September, at 7:30 r. m. pany and ond the The curriculum will troupe. graph. Tho deceased was 23 and a good drill will be thorough be an extended oneno skim- some eoods have advanced XA, some c. So come no whitewashing, and some Messrs William Dauohkhty and J. Election of officers and other business of boy In every respect. Burial this after- ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. Importance. A full attendance is reClasses will be Instructed in Higher Mathematand buy before the retailers are compelled to advance their prices. M. Hendricks are attending tho SomerI. ics, ltcllo Letlres, Natural bcience, Mental and quested. A. U. Penny, II. P., S. M. Ow- noon "t Type We shall be found at the old stand under the St. Moral Science, Latin, German, Asaph Hotel, set Fair. Keeping, Civics, Music, aecy. Hki.d. Isom Hansford, charged with Writing, Hook Painting, Drawing. &c. Vocal and Mim Helkn'Tiiurmond left Wednes- ens, Instrumental, ways ready and willing to serve our friends. The first term of five months will open Sept to, on Sallio Best, a colday for Nolln, Hardin county, to resume Mr. 0. D. Thompson, adjuster for the a criminal aasault 1804, and second term will cloie the first week in examining trial before June. One week holiday at Christmas. her school. London and Liverpool and Globe Insur- ored girl, had his inTKKMS. MlMKflSU. lllMSlKANIl Amsib Bbllb ance Co., was hero this week and settled Judge Carson, yesterday, and was held cluding Latin Tuition per term in first giade, oo $JO and German court. Hon-W- . Tuition in second grade 15 00 Woods left Tuesday to enter Millers in full with Mrs. Kittio Burnsido for the In $ 300 ball to tho circuit I'iano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments II. Miller and Win. Milburn were Music, so 00 burg Female College. furnished for practice barn she lost by fire last week. The Painting, Short band. witnesses in thocaseandawore to having Ornamental Work, all at ttasonable rate Hrawing, Mrs. W. M. McKittrick and children amount was f 7.r. heard tho woman's screams and gone to Hoard in College, per week, 1 3. 50. Good board Is arriving every week and we are forcing our way rapidly to the hive gone to Williamsburg to visit her private Mr. J. H. Oundohi-- , the jolly engineer her assistance. The woman admitted in Monthly families at reduced rates. brother, Mr. John Eubanks. payments required. front. New Fall Dress Goods, new Satteens, new Penangs, new No discount except fo, protracted illress. HansMr. G. C. Kbllbh, Jr., and wifo went on thu Local, has a table that belonged that she had been intimate with Kcr further information address the President. Prints, new Ginghams, new Shoes, new Clothing everything new DR. JOHN S. STAPP. down to Harrodsburg Tuesday to spend to his grandmother and which has been ford, but that does not excuse him. He Crab Orchard, Ky. 4 his parents. in the family for 108 years. Ho has had denies tho asault and says that the woand well adjusted to the new tariff law. Come and see for yourself, a few days with Louan, who has been vis. Mr. J. T. Blankenship touch it up with man got mad because he refused to give Mim Lizzie We delight in showing our goods. itlng her grandmother. Mra. Hocker, re- varnish n little and it looks now as if it her a ticket to an entertainment at Lanwill last another century or so. caster. Hansford seems destined to join turned to Crab Orchard Tuesday. We will rent at Uright's Mill on m passed his cousins in the ponltentlary, one beAllen Looan, of Kansas City, Those who invested iu tho Cumber- ing there for rape and tho other for Sept. 15th, 1894, up Tuesday to Crab Orchard, to visit tiis land Valley Land Company in boom stealing. At a P. M., Mrs. P. W. Logan. parents, Dr. atd times are getting to seo their money 40 Acres Wheat and Rye Land, Mimi Bkssik Pesninoton, of Middles-boragain. Another seven per cent, derived MATRIMONWOMAHERS. Is visiting tho family of Judgo J. Lying on the Hanging Fork. from the bi.Io of timber was paid this W. Alcorn and other relatives hero. W. F. Ballard, 'J4 of Garrard, and J. H.imiGHTand L, L. DAWSON, week, making It), with another 7 per Executors Mil. F. G. Fullbii, extra dispatcher Is Miss Hettle S. McGlnnls, 20, were marcent, due shortly. There is still a great neighborhood Dispatcher W. F. Sheridan. with Chief ried in tho Crab Orchard deal of timber on the land and coal In Mr. W. It. Crltchlow has returned to his 1 on the 5th. inexhaustible quantities. It is a- Charlep Westendorf, 30, and Mies trick. Miss Mary D. Smith haB moved her Sam J. Em dry, Jn., won the bicycle Anna Barbara Kloha, 21, were married I will a establishment to the room race at Somerset Tuesday, beating James at Ottenheim on the 1th. Both are premisesofTtr for sale at public auction on the on W. Withers' furniture 0. Sautley, who came iu second, and from Germany. adjoining W. 20, 1894, The Intkriou Journal sends its store. Adams, a brother of Somerset's champSam M. Wiliute has just complet-- e ion, who was a poor third. Tho race congratulations to Mr. M.O. Vandevoer At 10 o'clock, A. M., my well improved Farm of Mr And an indication of-a handsome residence in Louisville wu a mile dash for oys under 10 years. who on the 5th took to himself a wife ACRES OF GOOD LAND, I04 and Is at home to his friends under his The time was 3:11. Jim explains hisdu-le- in the person of Mm. Nannie Boone Located on the Stantord & Crab Orchard piVe, own vine and fig tree. by saying he was riding a atrange Merritt, a handsome young widow. 3U miles Kait of Stanford, Ky., known as the W. 11. Miller larm. There is upon my place a nice Misses Jksnib axi Maiuk Wakrk.n wheel and it "would'nt spurt." CHURCH AFFAIRS. their friends at a watermel. entertained Young Orchard of 250 Trees, When the people are disposed to economize by paying cash. More Tub committeo appointed to let the on party last evening, which promised Chicago has 000 churches, but if Or thereabout, Good IJarn, Nice Frame Dwelling, people are buying and selling lor cash than ever before in the history building of an iron bridge over Logan's . to be largely attended. and "Christ came to Chicago," ho wouldn't Good Cittern,One all necessary Outbuildings. In half cash in hand; balance TKltSIS. and Kato Creek between Stanford and Rowland know it. of the country. Why not join the procession and reap the benefit? Min4em Mauv Holmm Lusic one and two years' tune from Dec. i, '94 Remember thedateol Sale, Thursday, Sept. so. Since the smoke of Cook, a hnndflome pair of Hustonvlllo contracted with the Brackett Bridge Co., l Tho world's army of C. J.CRAIG. girls, are the guests of Mrs. G. B. Coop- of Cincinnati, Wednesday. There were scholars numbers 20,268,033, exclusive of eight firms from as many States repre- 'J.'ja'J.Tl'O teachers. er ami Mrs. E. 0. Walton. PUBLIC SALE OF Mr. F. K. Tin hulk, of Stanford, has sented and their bids ranged from SSOO Tho time for tho beginning of ser100. Tho committeo thought the returned homo Biter a pleasant visit to toil, vices at tho various churches here haB his father, Mr. Peter Tribble, of this above named firm made the beet oiler, been changed from S v. m. to 7:30 r. i. Has cleared away open your eyes and look around and you will see ONhowever, and accepted their hid of JSVo. couuty. Hopkinsvillo New Era. Next Sunday Hev. II. O. Morrison, what we are doing for the people of Stanford and Lincoln county. Dr. Wyatt Lktciibr and wife, of of Atlanta, will preach tho sermon dedi 20, '94. Ask your neighbor about us, ask if we sell Attention is directed to tho adver cating tho new Methodist church at Bur' TIIURSDAY, stopped over on their return from of College Homo, Crab OrCrab Orchard Springs and visited Mrs. tisement gin. 1 (jn account ol my age, failing health and the a Mr. Forestns Held, chard, where Dr. J. S. Stapp, assisted by Letcher's brother, There is in Huntington an old gen- present laoor system, have determined to have a a competent faculty, proposes to conpublic sale at mv home in Lincoln county, Ky., days. for a few tleman much opposed to dancing whose consisting in part of the following piopcrty: About Mies Edna Courts will leave today duct a high grade school for young la. only daughter is fond of tho sport. Tho The doctor has Ask if we sell them cheap. If you are not satisfied a call will con- for Clifton Forge, Va., where she will dies and gentlemeu. girl attonded a dance one night, and her 20 HEAD OF HORSE STOCK, of tho tnado teaching the business of his life attend school, ami tho attention greeted her like this at the break- Several gentle ponies and good family horses, vince you. young and agrxl mules, Last father 10 head K. Ph. is called to tho fact that a brother and has been most successful. next morning: "Good morn-Iu- altout, ol (Jattle,olall regi'tereit or subject toabout 40 register. head year he had a chair in Daughters' Col- fast table a number or them good milk cows, is in trouble. aged in this otlice child of tho devil." She merely re- yearling bulls, about 15 male and teinalo bull, 3 3 calves. lege and gavo great satisfaction. Komi hon-orDit. J. G. Caiu'entbii has had tho morning, pa." steers ?nu neiiers, aoout 90 goou 101 jear-oihis terms and communicate with him if plied: "Good bucks, about 60 lambs. They a'e ewe ewes and an election to tho board of censors Rev. W. D. Cox, missionary for the trimmed and fat. About 30 Cashmere goats, Collego at Phil- you have children to educate. l A large.a.ortment of the Association, some very tine hogs many other things of farm Daviess County Baptist too nuIng implements, and : : adelphia nnd a neatly framed certificate DieciiAiuiBi). The one of the most remarkable meet- merous to name. Commonwealth closed I will also offer most of my farm for rent. been sent him. to that ell'ect has (ailetl to mako out n caso of murder ings of his life at Concord. In 10 days TERMS. A credit until Jan. 1. 1895. with inMrs. P. W. Grkks, Misses A nnio Halo agaiust John Centres for thu killing of there wero 43 additions, '20 baptisms, one terest from date on all sums over 10 Notes to be Dealer in negotiable and pavable at the Farmers Hank .V and Glenn Bibb, J. H. Yeager, J. T. A. M KKLAN'l). Wm. Montrny and ho waa discharged by of whom was an old lady 77 years of Bee Trust Co. of Stanford. Stanlord, Ky. 51 G. L. Penny, Will Embry, Jim Bur- Judge Vurnon. Thu rumored existence and 05 yeara a Catholic Owensboro : : Shanks, Ben ton, Howan Saufley, Carroll of a dying statement by Moutray that Inqnirer. Mv Farm in T?H"P l"l71TrP Acres, two Garrard, 1S3 Wearen, K C. Walton and others went the killing vns intentional and malicious UVk X. L1Uli Tho Frankfort Capital publishes a Lancaster. L Corn, hemp and tobacco miles from land. Apto tho Somerset fair yesterday. did not materialize. On the contrary list of entortainors nnd tho preachers to ply to J. II. KlUHY, Lancaster, Ky. TERMS CASH. I will make a special low price on Folding lteds, Centres proved by a number of witnesses bo entertained during tho conference to Parlor Suits, Ued Room Suits, Hed Lounges, Couches, Rocking YiniNITY. cmr AND that tho shooting was accidental. Tho commence tliero on tho l'Jth. Be v. W. Chairs, Diners, Mattress and Jted Springs, lor the next 30 days. My Danks, tho Jow- men were hunting and with two others K. Arnold will bo with-DrU. V. WilWk tit spectacles, stock embraces the latest styles and best patents. See my stock of There will bo an election for Tresident and Dioler. had drank n quart of whisky, when Mou- liams. Dr. Henderson, pastor, says ho rectors of tho I'rcicliersvilfe and Stanford TurnPictures, Easles, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades. Call and see and Centres began to point their never knew peoplo to respond so cheer- pike Road Co,, at the in Stanford 011 Monkv. Wanted to borrow $1,500 on tray my line. I buy my goods to sell, which is manifested daily by the M. I.ACKKY, WM. weapons at each other. There was no di- fully to tho call to ontertain and is sat Saturday, Sept. 1, m, l'reoldeut. real eBtate. Knqnire at this ollke. 50 3t outflow and inflow of gcods. I am also prepared to make dealers net rect proof of n previous trouble, nor any- isfied that every thing will bo douo to wholesale prices and solicit their trade. Every vacant spot in my HuniiAiti) tulla us tho college thing to show that there wad ill feeling make the occasion a pleasant one for PitOK. house will be filled by Sept. 15. Come early. Every purchase will with 00 pupils and tho promieo at tho time of tho shooting. Tho trage- those who attend. starts out W. W. WITHERS. be a bargain. Respt., dy was doubtless the result of drunken Tho spectaclo of Rev. Goorge O. of many more. OPENS SM'1 3, iS.jt, ' sport. Barnes pleading with uplifted hands for A LiTTLK danco In honor of MIsscb Col. Breckinridgo is largely discounted F. J. DUFFY, A. B., Principal. Buuc.LAna were abroad in town WedMary Holmes LiiBk and Kato Cook will Mr. Barnes' nesday night. One entered tho house of by tho fact that bo given at tho Opera House Miss Mnttle I'axton will assist provided a suffhas a fat position in the Lexington revo-nuMr. A.J. Karp through tho parlor win43 number of pupils can be enrolled. a lunch and machine, and Col Breckinridge has icient 1 W. Giikkn has oponed dow and obtaining ingress to his bed pool room In tho cellar of tho MyerB room took his pocketbook containing $5 tho rovonuo machine. Whoever knows MYERS HOUSE House, used In by gono days for a bar-- : from his pantaloous pocket, and got Mr. Barnea knows that such consideranorth-pol- o far from him as tho room. away without beiug heard. The pocket-boo- tions are as but everyfrom tho south-polo- , Complete Line Lowest Prices. Company waa found next morning near the v the Southern Knllway P. W. GREEN, Prop. not know him. Glasgow ' aa window. The same night Mra. 11. B. body does builds a road from Burgin to Jellico, should try mighty Mahony, who is with her father, Mr. A. Times. is proposed, Stanford This stable, which Is run n connection with ths Examine our Elegant Line of Myers House, has been supplied with It. Penny, was awakened by n noise in hard to get it to pass this way. What haB got iuto tho Willieo? The her room and saw n negro man feeling three j;reat leaders of the scandal proLot of ST-cVTionsriEiePok. Voikkb and Candidato Domareo along the dresser. Tho rascal saw her cession are Willlo Breckinridge. Willio A New Buggies,Horses, Carriages, ,"" Wagons, ut will upeak for tho prohibition ticket move and made his exit without getting Vanderbllt and Willio Stewart. LouisMonday, counM better than tvei herejext e rummer's Suppl i and the Writing Tablets, Ladies' Correspondence Paper and Envelopes, VisJ anything, while Mrs. Mahony called for ville Times. They seem to have the nti supply the public with prepaid ty court day, beginning at 2 o'clock. father. There is no clue to the willies, but they get thero all the same. her iting Cards, &c. , FIR3T-0LA8- 3 BIOS OF ALL KINDS. to burglars, but this notice will warn other Tiik governor haa Issued a pardon Alabama's supply of red cedar is ex- Personal and protnpUltcnttan glvtntoWedJinjs of their presenuo that jail and Burials. Ephram Payne, of Crab Orchard, in hausted. This State was once the chief Psrtici P. W. GREEN, He had they may ue prepared to give tnem a ' Stanford, Ky. here for dlflturblng tho peace. Proprietor AL BURNS, Manager. source oi supply of tho United States. warm reception. life sentence. aerved half of ly 2. ' Interior Journal ITow Stop, And This EEc Zim-mer- ' yu m nn-sw- er COLLEGE SOME, J. STAPP, m m Gome and Deposit to-da- y es IN THE SWIM. class-wor- k. Short-Han- d, al-O- ur m m m Type-Writin- a?si.xx istocis. HUGHES & TATE. Public Heating. m Saturday, o, DRY GOODS, CARPETS, SHOE:. -- td JABM FOR SAZiX dress-makln- Thursday, Sept. SIGN OF PROGRESS, -- 1 1 nt m BETTER TIMES. THE TARIFF QUESTION Sunday-Bchoo- d ,CHDrAW!fflD -- Dan-Tlll- e, SEP. 1 r roi i GOODS 3 9 g, 1 of B3U!VIESMAJKfC3E a & Bflm Medico-Chlrurgica- W. W. WITHERS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, STANFORD, KY. Km-br- y, &C, I I 50-- it - . NOTICE. Court-Hous- e Stanford MaleAcadomy r T son-in-ln- o k lalTTERTT ST ABLE well-know- School Books and School Supplies, 2Tew School Tablets and Slates. n i court-hous- in houao-keeper- s W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, I &- - '' - .j? jfe?.. . -- -J- l : u Semi-Weekly . Interior Journa: AT Published Evory TuoBday and Friday $2 FJSK, YJCAK IX ADVANCaC t ? en not opaid S2.60 will be charRed."" 6OE8 "EVERY 5"l&N. PAGES. IF:R.I:D.A."Y". When necessary. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves KowinJ at 7:00 a. m., returning LOCAL TIME CARD. .1137 pm 113 pm 5 Pm i ( I I- U - iJ . r i .t? ' v s1 IT If t Amenities of lint Life. RUSSEaLX .X: BROWN, Tho lady in tho flat overhead was Courier-Journ- al JLG-2Jhmaking Iter first call on thu lady who U7 1'iopritton ..... .. had moved in u few weeks before. They Wlllbesent cue year to any addicts for C2 73. chntted nbout tho weather and tho merW. 1'. WALTON. Address dr to dellvei manufactured Ice S3 Sunford, Ky Irom the Stanford Factory to customers regularlv its of tho apartment, and tho conversaMam and Danville Sts , HuitoviUe, Ky every mornlnir at the r.te cf FIFTY CKNTS tion gradually drifted around to hard We have recently repainted and refurnished I'EK IIUNIlKED 1'OUNI) l.Ol a and over, and wood lloors. the ilouw throughout aud are prepared to accomat ;sc In smaller lots, modate the p blic In first. class sijle Our Rates E. HKKMKlt, Statford. to I "They'ro lovely to look nt," ventur- A are very reasonable and a good table at all times. ed tho visitor, "hut unless they'ro well Special attention to traveling men Elegant sample room attained Alsoa covered with rugs they ro a nuisance. saloon con- As agent for the widow and hens of 1. 1. Land, "'" win, ne uoiei call ami see us. 45 Tho folks who livo on tho fioor nbovo dee'd, I willofTcr lor sale the tpleudid farm ot mo havo a carpet nweeper and n piano. about LAND, "When they'ro both performing at onco. 326 ACRES Near llustonville, in Lincoln country, Ky., of its rather hard on my nervCs." stray by James T. Carsoo, tenant Tho newcomer, saw her opportunity. which J. P. Land died posivwcJ II not sold prl otJ'l'VP J 11 (..iter, hear Moreland, Lincoln countr. vatcly before thai time the farm will be sold at Sho thought it might never como her public auction to the highest bidder on a"ioi Julr.unelU.ACK IIOK.4.' ?tTiUu, ,hears old, one hind foot lvo white, has no way again, so sho said sweetly, "By brand or other marks I have apprsiied hint at Jjo, Witness my hand this sjd day of Aug . ii4, tho way, I wish you'd tell tho gentlo-ma- SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, vMILEs.J DKALKK JN- who has tho front bedroom that The animal can be had y th ownerPL proving o'clock", sharp. the when ho throws his shoos on tho fioor At u and llustonville The farm fronts onabout Danproperly and paying all eapenscs ville Turnpike road, one " 4t J T ARSON. just beforo ietiring it sounds to us as if half mile South of Moreland staiioi on the Cincinnati Southern R H. It is one of the best stock : ho were playing ninepins." larms In Lincoln county the soil Is of a good Tho visiting lady straightened up, quality of land, finely set in grass ami watered and every foot oi nnd tho newcomer noticed that her fin- the land by susceptible ofspringsand profitable culis easy burn them. gers twitched nervously. tivation. The improvements consist of r.JYV GUEEN. Proprietor. One of the greatest industries in this "Tho boys' rooms, " sho said coldly, part of the country is raising and can- "aro all on tho east side of tho houo. A Commodious Frame Dwelling1. : : : Kontucky. ning tomatoes and corn. I have Been Tho front room is my dressing room. " A large barn and other outboildings. A wide avand been through a number of canneries Tho hostess suddenly decided that it enue extends irom the residence to the turnpike I ara still running this Hotel and road llustonville, a place noted for its schools will continue Ic give my guests the pulmst attenwhere thej put up 15,000 and 20,000 three was timo to servo a littLo tea. Life's and churches, la a little more than a mile rfiitmi. tion as well as the best the mlrktt aftWIi. The tarm can be divided Into three tracts of con. pound cans of tomatoes per day. There Calendar. cnient site and shape. pecial Attention to tho Travelis a cannery here, the capacity of which Tkkms. One third cash when nossesainn is A IVr.lstcnt Creditor. en and deed made, the rcinslnder in six and rl. Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. is ing Public. is 20,000 cans per day. This necessarily months, with Interest fioin date and lien retained At the same time and place will sell about loo gives employment to a great many poor When you want a ..For a., turnout com. to ay of Knob Land, about two mllea Southeast of Headquarters lor almost anything people. Some, a very few, employ darkadjoining the lands of Hud Martin, AlBefreshingUBath, Hot or Gold, ies. The majority have Poles and Gerbert Coffey and others, Kor further information apply to John T, Land on the preaiisea or myself at llustonville, Ky, Price to suit th hsrd go to mans and the native laboring class. They A stylish Hair Trim or Clean Shave, you want. When you wantja first at th Myers House times, Call or leave order EDWARD ALCORN. Once can earn as much as a dollar a day peel Agent for J. 1. Land's Heirs, 47 Gook& TFarmer's Barber Shop. ing tomatoes. Nearly all of the canner class' meal for 25c, call on him. f ies use machines for packing and solderCo ,iY YOU ARK GOING Home-Seeker- s' ing. A man who looks after all the ma R or stanford,:ky chines in Kent and Queen Anne counIs now fully orjsoired and ready for business with THE was at a canties, Maryland, told me he nery a few days sinco, where they put To points in Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Stanford, Ky. up 23,000 cans of corn before noon. I Surplus, . 2L 000. nave every reason to believe he told the SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAJU truth. The acreage in tomatoes in these Mrs. Underbill You make n great ... .Via DANK OK STANJORD. THOMAS YEACKR. Now closing up) with the same asset and JAMES YKAGER. two counties, Kent and Queen Anne, racket about my dressmaker's bill, but under ib same management. will run to 6,000 or 8,000 each, so parties I nover say a word about your tailor. By provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. fully protected as am depositors in Natioaal Underbill Good heavens, Rita, you who presume to know tell me. Banks, Its shareholders being held Individually don't seem to realize that dressmakers of th As everywhere I have been, they comIs the line for you, as its amount luTh?, slock stasls, Uaole to atthe eatcnivalue thcreol, in of their to tha Half Faro. Ihareio the par addition plain here greatly of "hard times." I havo to bo paid. Truth. amount invested In such shares. It may acta Special Kates to Commercial Men. Tickets on sale Septempt 17th, 1894. esecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as tell them sometimes it is a wonder to so individual. Astronomical Item. Make close connections at STANFORD, KY. Gcodlor return passaee twenty (aoldays from 10 mote wno entrusted their bulsincss to us God doesn't send a judgment on me that Professor Snoro of tho University of dale of sale. Stop overs allow cu LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI while ransgioK th Lincoln both dircc- Hank ol If you need livery give us a call Nothing but Stanford, we we here tcudcr ourNationallhanks and They Toxas is a heavily built man of slow recuoni. them for their unthankfulness. many For all points. s turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us trust they will continue to transact their business Direct connections made In Central Union Staharp on the fact that wheat is only worth movements, whoso personal nppenranco tion, Cincinnati, ith nil trains ol the Queen and for rates. In our THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenBAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Nashville Railway. tion to same, our twenty years' ncneucc la about 45 to 50 cents and I tell them that is suggcfttivo of a bear. Ho is nlso in Crescent Route, IxmiisvHIc A and Chespeakc and Kentucky Central Railway HARNESS SHOP banking and as liberal accommodations'as are For anv information earnulreof there is as much wheat wasted around charge of tho astronomical department. Ohio Railway. with sound banking. JOES. KICK. Agent, Ask nearest ticket agent lor tickets and full in- You will find a good assortment of Harness, Meeting Student Anjerry, tho professor Stanford, Ky Or the elevators at Chicago in a month as fcaid: 'addles, Ac. Havpy-urepairing done by Dimerous: formation. V. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, our man, he understands his business. We have a J. J. Williams, Mt. Veroou; E. O McCOKMACK, Pass.Trsffic Mgr , the two counties of Kent and Queen Junction City, Ky mechanic in our II. "Thomas, do you take any intere.--t in MARTIN, Oen and T.ckct Agt., . II. Shanks, Manfonl; Cinciunati, O. Anne raise inn year. I sometimes meet tho movements of tho heavenly bodfei?" J. S Owsley, Stanford; BLACKSMITH SHOP. A. G. Lanhao u U., Cattleman. John man who has three crops on hand, "Yes, professor. I liko to look at tho S J. Einbry, Stanford; work and satisfactory Will guarantee holding for a rise, which will never come. btars onco in awhile." J II. Owsley, Stanlord; prices Tty ojr horse sho. r. Agents for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft J V. Caah, Stanford; "Well, if you want to obervo tho These two counties are overwhelmingly machine on earth. William Ooocli, Stanlord; Shortest and quickest between movement of tho Great Boar como to democratic, but tho way they abuse Sen A. W. Carpenter, MUledgevill, K my room. I'll bo in. " Toxas Sif lings. ator uorman is iearlul. A man wlio is W. 11. Cummins, Prcachersvill S, 11. Shanks, President an applicant for postmaster at this place, Slllt L'lMllThtoOll. Only Direct Line between Dr. J,ll. Owsley, Cashier, told me a day or two Hiuce, that if ho had Friend If a big wagon mado so much W.M Bright, Teller Frankfort, Qeorotown nnd Paris, his way with Gorman, he would hang noiso that you couldn't hear George AND Oarlielo, Mnysvlllo, Oynthiann, him. This opinion of him seems to bo when ho proposed, how did you know 'Falmouth and Covington. , NATIONAL BANK universal. I have never found a man what ho said? &OASTLEMAN that didn't say eomething bitter about Sweet Girl By tho movomouts of Ask for ticketsby via Kentucky Midland. Trains OK STANFORD, KY. run. Central Stan dard line. his lips. MANAGERS, Time Table Jnne 24, 1B94 him, although they recognize his won"That's wondurful! I nover could do TRAINS EAST.- Capital Stock No. t. No. 3. No. 7 as a politiderful ability p. tn. a. m. p. m. Commerce Building, Louisville cal manager. and astuteness all have fine that in tho world. What quick eyos yon Leave Surplus These towns I'ranklort A 7 00 4 10 00 xuubt havo I" Agents throughout the South. 10 7 ofi 4 16 SOLD TO water works, but no electric lights. "Oh, I couldn't seo his lips. Tlioy " Summit Attention or " Klknorn to the fac .7 11 '5 ALL POINTS: that this it the the public is invited in Stanford l " only National Hank Switrer I 40 718 There are four churches here, tho wero too clo&o for thnt." Now York 4S Under the provisions of the National Hank Act " Stamping Ground-- ; 38 4 33 100 OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, Catholic, P. E., M. E. and Episcopal. I Weekly. depositor are secured not only by th capital Duvall ' a 10 7 34 4 44 stock, but by the stockholders' liability tor an a ao " Johnson 4 5J .7 40 STANFORD, KY. to find a "Camp- have never been able i WISCONSIN, I'rnlmlily Itlglit. amount equal to the stock, so that deoositors of " Georgetown 1) ,..7 46 4 57 23 this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. 7 3 03 3 00 bellite" church, sinco I left Huntington, Tho discussion over Johnny's failings " C. S. Depot Newton rive sworn statements of thecondition of the bank 80S J 13 MISSOURI, KANSAS, ' 8 16 are mad each yearto the United States governPortland W. Va., although I bave asked in every had reached tho stage of personalities. Centreville 3 San Francisco 3 3! 8 ao ment and its assets are eaamlned at stated tima 3 43 55 NEBRASKA, COLORADO, town I have visited, and as I wrote my "It's easy to see, madam," vociferat- Arrive Elizabeth C 8 30 by government agents, thus securing addititooa Paris 3 35 400 and perfect safety to depositors. ed Mr. Chngwater, "which sido of tho wife, the only "Campbollito" I have A ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1838, then seen in the last seven weeks was when I houso tho boy gets his temper from." TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. a is, Josiah, " replied ilrs. ised aa the National Bank of Stanford in 1SS5 and "It TEXAS, a. in. p in. a. m., 4 4o looked in a mirror, I attend church and again reorganised as the First National Bank ol 6 05 Parti ,...C 10 00 4 45 "and it's likowiso easy to seo Lve Elizabeth VIA Stanlord in iSSi, has had practically an uninterS. S. every chance I get, also the S. E. O 6 if Arr io 10 5 rupted existence of sa ycara. Ills tetter supplied where ho gets his inability to control Arr Centreville 'HSUOHTU-WESUOOIR-W!- .! 6 19 io 14 now with tactlities for transacting business prompt I have always been greeted with the it. ' ' Chicago Tribune. 6 jj Arr Newtown .10 aa S40 ly and liberally than ever before in Its long and Arr C. S. Depot 9 31 641 600 greatest kindness by the members of the FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduArr Georgetown II 1037 645 747 AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully JiieerTasto. various churches, except the Catholics. 800 Arr Johnson 651 1147 810 Arr Duvall Fanner Wayback Well, of nil tho ArrStamp'g Ground tost 6 S7 830 They invariably come to me and shake Th Directory of this Bank is composed ol 11 00 THE BEST nOUTTTO THE 703 -VtOUISVIUI WtwAtBAYCHICAtaRT(( tho cako. r Arr Switzer, a e KorosUs Reid, Lincoln county ; ......11 10 hands and bid me welcome, and try to idiots that artist follow takes th 905 Elkhorn Arr .1117 720 S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Mrs. Wayback What's ho doin? make me feel at home. The pastor of Arr Summit 1113 7 6 9 ij O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Farmer Wayback IIo's down yonder Arr Krankfbrt...A 'ULLMAN VE8TIBULED COACHES, g aj IPTJLLMANSAITD 1130 735 the M. E. church here, Mr. Easley, is a paintin n picture of thnt old tumblo J. W. Hayden, Stanford; A connects with L. A N. SLEEPING AND DINING CAR! PABLOE CABS. Kentuckian. He is a fine man aud has down barn, nnd there's a brand now II connects with (J. Jt C. and L. S. S.H. naughmanJLincoln; C connects with K. C. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE treated me with the greatest kindness. barn right behind him. J.S. Hocker, Stanford; ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE SUNDAY TRAINS. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; He has invited me to call at his house Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. NORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI M. D. Elmore, Stanford; RUNNING - DINING - CARS. frequently. Salve. m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrivn Erankfort 11 30 Ducitln'aArnlca T. P. Hill, Stanford. CHEAPEST, BCST AND QUICKEST LINE. The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruiseas p. m. WRI1E TO I met two young men here Sunday, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapThe Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connecK. L. Tanner, McKlnney; shortest and cheapest all skin erupWrite for Rntcs, 51nt, ped hands, chilblains, B. H. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J. KE ED , G. P A who were raised in Itichmond, Va. Their tions. It positively cures corn and no pay requir- tions form the East, North and West. route to all 'amphlcta, to any Stutioii Agent, or to DcscrljitU Mller. Mt. Vernou. points .Soulh, pilei, or Chicago, III. Louisville, Ky. J S. Hocker, President; Kor further information apply to their agents, name is Trueheart. I asked them if they ed. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction ALLCN HULL, M. r. ORAOO, w. a. BCVILL, box John J. McRoberts.'Cashlcr; C. D. UKKCAW, Gen Pasa. Agent. Wa'l rwM.rr st. 111,. 1st Trst.ll. I'... Ay Denver. were related to our Mrs. T. They said she or money refunded. I'rice 35 cents per GEO. li. HARPER, Gen. Supt St. Paul. A. A. McKlnney, Assistant Cashier. yorsale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. lOLlHIU.su. llOIM)lt,S. lUi.0aL.Ta. Tho Chester river runs within six or seven miles of the place, tho town has a ... it m .. 33 am population of about 2,000 and is located .936 .... 07pm on tho Corsica river, a tributary of the South...-- .Tha latter trains alto carry passengers. Chester river. A largo boat runs from Tha above ii calculated on standard tima. Solar this place to Baltimore, about 2o or SO ira it about ao mtnutss falter. miles, daily. The fare is $1 50 for the QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. round trip. You can readily Bee it is no Going North train pass Junction City as fol- advantage to the business men of the Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves- place, as a great many go there to trade. lows: tibule Limited 3.3s P " Local 1:10 p. m. Florida Limited ytj. a m In addition to raising corn, wheat, &c., South N O. Vestibule t 18 p. in. Florida this is tho greatest fruit growing country m Local it. 35 p. m. Limited 12.15a Vestibule arrives S:io p. m. in the world, except California. It is nothing uncommon to Bee orchards containing 1,000 and 2,000 peach and pear trees. I took a trip to Baltimore on a sailing vessel a few days ago. About 10 miles below here on tho Chester river, we were compelled to anchor, on account of tho calm, and the tide running against us. Two of the sailors and myself, took the ship's small boat and went ashore to get some fruit. The man who owned tho place, Mr. Emory, told us to help .,a CTW k. rt ourselves. We got nearly half a bushel of the finest Bartlett pears I ever saw. Absolutely When I asked him how much he wanted -for them, he said nothing. He told me A cream of tarter baking pow- he had 10,000 treee. der. Highest of all in leavening The bed of the Chester river for many Latest United States miles Is lined with oysters on both sides, strength. Jown to where the channel begins to Government Food Report. deepen. At Mr, Emory's I saw a car ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., load of oyster shells at least. They use tho shells for making roads in place of 100 Wall Street, New York. stone, which is very scarce. They also use the shells for making lime. A. S. Some of the older people hero tell me SURGEON DENTIST. they can remember when oysters in the Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the n shell sold for 12 cents per bushel. At Owsley Building. Stanford: Mr. Emory's a few years back they would catch them for the purpose of making lime of the shells. They would invite the neighbors to come in and would give them all the oysters they would "shuck" as they didn't want to Mail train going North......... " " South Express train " South North Local Freight North...... Blue-Grass Blue-Gra- was their cousin. They are bright young V fellows and havo a troupe, on tho road This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and Is a candidate for Constable in the llustonville Al Warren Doesn't Find Them In the East, playing the "English Swells ' Said they others not to trespass on our lands without per- District, subject to the democratic contention. Two doors above Always on hand Though Other Christians are Numerous. are workikg towards Kentucky. Good- mission, as all aiuh will be prosecuted to the ful eit extent of the law. Signed: (To the Editor of the Interior Journal.) The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? bye for the present. MRS. AMANDA ALCORN. W.M. IlKWEN A. A. Waiwk.v. Okntkuville, Mn , Aug. 31. I niu Is a candidate for Constable In tho llustonville Can be had in the market Prices lower than the Magisterial listrict,stibccl to the action of the lowest Mourning roods a specialty. Call and this fnr on my travels in tlio interest of democracy, and would appreciate your support. esamine before bu In? MAUV DAVIS DUDDERAR. the lnclycopri'dia IJritnunica. Wo are IT WAS OttfLY BINKS. Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. Sunford, Ky putting it out at the present, through tho XV. COMMKkClAL 1II.OCK F. D. IULiEY,!Proprlotor, Ho Explntna Whnt HI. I'nilttiiti la In tho Daily Kepnblican, of Wilmington, Del. Is aCandidste fnr Magistrate in the Stanfoid pre llollM'lllllll. - - We have 10 or 12 men in anil around clnct. Subject to the action of the democracy. TheDivis Verticil Thero is n telephone in their resiMachines Wilmington and are meeting with fine dence, I have moved to my new Hotel and am botUi nml ns it is used principally by than ever to accommodate the public success. I put in four sets in Chester-tow- Mrs. Dinks and her friends it is perhaps C. ood Livery attached Are the best because liey run lighter and can do Md., a few days since, ami expect natural that it should bo identified holu-l- y tired. Give me a call. and evtry convenience d Is a candidate for Constable in the llustonville a greater variety of walk thau any other sewing FRANK RILEY. 77 Magisterial District, subject to the action ot the wachtne. The to do somu work hero in the next day or with Mrs. Uinks, nnd that Mr. Binks democratic party. so. This town is about G4 miles from well, Mr. Binks itnswored when tho Lincoln Wilmington and is on what is called the bell ran;; i few nights ago, and this is 3D. A. Are cordially invited to call at the St Asaph I'netern shore of tho Chesapeake Bay, tho conversation that took placo: Hotel and examine the maihlne, as well as aam old stand ol J. II. Green, in At tho NO OAMPBELLITES. Post-Offic- e, POSTED. BON CARTER THOMAS GOOCII L. DAWSON THE RILEY HOUSE London, Kontucky. n, DAVID II. PEYTON, hi hw S. CAHPEITTER, well-know- n "Hello!" Well?" "Is this Mrs. Binks?" J. SHANNON, 1 Ladlos of County Hustonvillo, Has just received tolo-phono- - a Kontucky. Is a candidate for Constable In the Precinct. Elcctiou November nest. 1 uatort vtllc pies of its work McMUKKAY IIKOS., Stanlord, Ky "I "No." beautiful line of mean is this Mrs. Binks' Surreys, Phaetons, 'Buggies, &c. Call and see his stock and get are lower thau anybody!. If you want a nice set of harness, a whip or a duller Hinder Twine for sale. :g. d. smiley Is a candidate lor "WlKlt?" "Yes. I guess it is. Every ono feoms to think it is nnywav." "Is Mrs. Binks' daughter thero?" "No; it's tho company's. " "Well, is this Mrs. Binks house?" "I don't know. I'm beginning to think that perhaps it is." democratic party. Justice ol the Peace in the precinct, subject to th. action ol the Hut-totiv- lll DR.W. B. PEMir Dentist. i.i.i.u,Ui, Office South Mde t.i-- c L. II. ADAMS, Is a candidate for Justice of the Peace in the llustonville precinct; subject to thoacnou of the democratic party Miri St., In office recently r. nuiiman, aianiorn, Ky, THE WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- Higgins & Watts, . .. L QA Bakincr houso and occasionally ilrives Mrs. Binks' horses. Sho got him with tho house, you know. " "Oh, Bhudkll" "Yes, sho did." "Tough on Mrs. Binks, isn't it?" That telophono will probably bo taken out of tho houso. Exchange. "Well, who is this?" "Oh, this is only Mrs. Binks' husband, tho father of Mrs. Binks daughter, tho man who lives in Mrs. Binks' "No." T. J. BENEDICT, .Dealers n ,. Is a ten page eight column democratic newspaper The present Constable, is a candidate for in tho Stanford preclud, subject to the action llEN-IV- ? It contains the hct of everything going ot the democratic party. Election in November, WATTERSON is the editor. He asks your support. All Kinds Stanford, YOU ARE of Coal, Kv. ... PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. L Fowder The WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNAmakes very liberal terms to agent , and gives tree premiums for clubs Sample copies of the paper and old Mare, 16 hands hl;h, cood To trade a four page Premium Supplement sent free to auy worker anywhere, "standard and registered," for address. Write to t. a pair ol wnra mules She has by her sldea beautiful filly. Iiv Kelmont Chief and salclr L ThoCOURIER-JOURNAin foal to l'irarro, 3 year old record uS Have CO. also for sale young stock by Laird Guy, the best bred son ol the great Guy Wilkes, lllutGrass LOWSVILLE, KY. Eagle lllrd a tl, sire of Itambletonlan i The Monbaia a ii'4, Temple liar a 17V4, Ac. For particulars address Semi t llfU. CROW, Shelby City And Iho first-cla- WANTED. ReopootfuHy InvitcL 1 am lust bsck from .-- .I the rltir. wliS we II sefeiled stock of MILLINERY, which I will sell cheaper than wr Miu Laura Jaiboe, a superior tilmmer Irom Cincinnati, has engaged with me and 1 can guarrniee satisfaction iu every particular. Call aad see tny troods. I.... Weekly Interior Journal, 1,, MISSLICCIE 1IEAZLKY, Stanford, Ky, jt-3- Pure Weekly JL.GJ'jBj.. VBNDOMB HOTIX, Fine Farm For Sale OF hrst-clai- s fBHflD PRICE R. Zimmer, -- ESTRA"Z n I Fancy Groceries, Do- blue-gras- s never-failin- g Tho Myers Houso, n Foreign and Stanford, mestic Fruits, 1 first-cla- Turn-ersville- , LIVERY STABLE. NORTH west, Farmers fiank&Trnst Excursions , R ZIMMER. mm Big Four Route, 11 Double Dally Trains YEAGER & YEAGER, fbd m tirsl-clas- con-siste- nt Ilri-dle- s, r 11. ls. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Ky. Midland R'y, first-clas- s insurance Company Cincinnati nnd Frankfort NORFOLK RAILROAD. BARBEB 1 WESTERN FIRST TICKETS 8200,000 21,300 1 1 lt-.tl- .1 11 World's Fair Record. CHICAGO Chug-wate- r, 1 Iulliklllklillllll4 solic-te- d. NORTH AND EAST. Tit-Bit- s. lime-Table- s, M-- J A ra-.f- .r t - Jt j