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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894091101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ri . Semi Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXI I. BETHURUM'S REJOINDER. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 41. 1894. NO. 55 V' i te : Somerset and Her Great Fair. Sam M. Owens, Mr. and Mre. P. W. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. The 10th annual exhibition of tho Green, John Ilnlo nnd Bister, Mi68 Sue He Still Enys Bro. Pike Is Another, but Sherifl Robinson continues to imSomerset Fair which olosed Priday wnaa Willie Hale, Dr. W. II. and George L. Doesn't Disprove. His Statements decided hucochm, not withstanding tbo Penny, (J. 0. Carson, Wiliio IJ. Wearen, prove and will ho out soon. iTothe KditorofThe Interior Journal. Thero was not u preacher in town III response to Mr. Pike's nrtiric In bard times which prevail. The Pulaski J. T , Will and S.im J. Emory, Jr., It M. Sunday night, consequently no services your paper, I feol that the following an- peoplo look with a pardonable pride on Newland, James Burton, Rowan Snufley, were held. ecdote is necessary to eliuidate or give their fairs nnd from the good crowds J. F. Waters, J. K. Farris, Peter Straub Clay Hamilton and Howard Rlro invariably attend, there ate a largo Samuel W. Menofep, Will Iiaughmanj that nn lneitit ns to my opinion oi Mr. P nrmber from other counties who also Jnck Benzloy, J. A. Allen and K. C. went to Winchester .Saturday to undeigo Feveral ladies and Ktiitleinua w'ru the civil pervice examination. K. C. W. passing ft muddy place, around which tnke considerable intereHt in thta enter- Gaines. Tbo Uniform Rank K. of P. will were gathered ragged and wretched ur- prise In fact he who could not enjoy f commence drilling next week to attend LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. himself with so good a people at no exchins, whun liltlu wretches beg m to throw the State encampment to be held at Lexcellent n fair tiinet bu a dyspeptic ol tin mud at tiium. Onu gentleman said, "II Ilia agiri and Mrs. John Pearl is ington, Oct. 1st nnd 2d. DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. you don't stop I'll throw it back at you." worst sort and lit only for n hospital. getting along nicely. THE PROCTER a QAMDLE CO. CINTI. Dr. B. F. Walters, T. J. B. Turner Splendid lump coal ia being deliver A little fellow replied, "you can't do It Tho officers, from President Green Trimnnd Eld. Greer aro attending tho Methwithout dirtvitiK your hands, and it don't ble down, nre nil courteous and obliging ed in London at oe a bushel. odist conference at Frankfort this weik. !r indeed pleaBant to be thrown Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Faris celebrated hurt us any way." Now this Is the way and it Tho town clock was changed to I feel in regard to my competitor. I with them. Splendid order was nreaer- tbo Hid auniveisary of their marriage standard time last week, but ns usual, a vod nnd if there was a single unpleasaut Sunday. can't reply to tlila piece without contamfew chronic kickers raised a bowl and J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. A fine Jersey cow belonging to Geo. inating or lowering myself with the peo- incident, I did not hear of it. The show of stock waa No. 1 and a W. Baker waa killed by a freight train the hands were moved back to sun time. Is hardly ple of Rockcastle county, hh he Saturday's Knquirercontnined an ac4, 1894. number of blue grass counties were rep- Saturday. tolerated in respectable society. count of a tragedy which occurred in Full corps of Conservatory and Normal by as flue specimens of the resented Louis Silverstoin was acquitted of School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, As ho has wilfully and maliciously this place in 1S07 on tho old Methodist Ari. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Music laad the statement made by hiinniid equine family as one could wish to see. shooting Harrison Cromo at his examinchurch steps. It is said by those who ining trial Saturday. and contradicted by me, I must porHlst Pulaski ia nlso devoting considerable remember tho sad affair to bo a perfectly terest to the "horse business" now and a Heligious services of boiho kind ia in replying to his lengthy, though fiir and impartial statement of it. production. Xow I nay again goodly number of the premiums remain- being held hero every day and moat of Mr. Tom Kason, of tbo railway mail In the county. The trotting nnd tho time a protracted meeting is going thnt Mr. Austin never told Mr. P. what ed service, and Miss Delia Connelloy wore races with one each on the enrd for ou. he, Pike, says he told him, for as I stated married at Danville Sunday afternoon xo, 1894. Win. L. Lovelace killed n dog on before, I say again that Mr. Austin Ih too each day, were bh a genernl thing cloeo nnd exciting. There were never less ono of his Bheep Friday night. Tho by Futher Brady. Mr. Eason was raised much of a gentleman to tell something Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as folthan three starters Mid frequently seven same dog had killed six of his sheep du- In Lancaster and has many friends here that he knew at the time was false. who wish him and his bride many years lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineerclass race ring the week. I do not deny that the distillery was or eight left the poet. The ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. of happiness. A fellow by the name of Gosey, in mine and that I said in tbo May term on Thursday wns won by Pvrcy Ingrnm's adjourneTl Saturday af- COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Circuit court of the Rockcastle circuit court that it be- Winnie Davis, with Morgan Wheelcn Knox county, forged a check in the ter a three weeks term. Judge Saufley Board in dormitories $2. 25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. driven by Al Hutchings, a closo second. name of David Williams, the tobacconist longed to me, but I do ay that I have grnnted a new trial in the Phillips will For Catalogues apply to not been operating tbo distillery for ov- Nellie I), won tho running race, going here, and he now languishes in the case. The last few dayB wero taken up JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, jail. er two years and cau prove, it by nub the half mile in VJJ seconds. A pacing by the trial of a jack case. Tho next and it race was also down for this day Rev. F. K. Struvo preached his last Htantlal men. Lexington, Ky. term will commence the third Monday Mr. I'iko has madb what he terms was won by William Rue's Judge Clark, sermon Sunday morning as pastor of in November. ConBtrong and weighty assertions. He said Scott Karris' great Abdullah Messenger tho M. K. church, South, here. Mrs. M. H. Owsley and famHy are d Mambrino Hamiltonian was a close ference will be held at Frankfort, Sept. I had made and sold whisky in violation recuperating at Dripping Springs. Mr. nnd wns splendidly piloted by that l'J. Kev. Struvo leaves many friOuds, of the United states laws and nays he W. K. Shugnrs will leave the last of this turfmnn. both in and out of the church in Louby good men. Now Mr. P. ancient and Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent and' Proprietory can prove it week for Louisville, where bo will take a On Friday tho 2 150 class trot was tho don. you will have to prove it if you Biistain Remedies, Nervous Tonics and Headache Cure, special course in pharmacy. Mr. yourself, and If you fall to prove It, you event of tho day. It was won in straight is a steady, reliable, yonng mau, who MATRIMONII LMATTERS. hnvo shown to the people of Rockcastle henta by W. M. Owings' Katar McGreg has worked his way up in tho world and Mrs. Lizzie Neice, aged 52 and four nnd adjoining counties that you have di- or, Cawddy'n Cam Long second nml Wil deserves a great deal of credit. verged from the truth and that your mo- linm Rue's Rosa S., third. A number times married, became Mrs. Harvey Toilet Articles and Perfume, Soap, Tooth Lotion, DanMiss Mao Hughes left Sunday for tive for writing in regard to mo is to de- thought that Rue would wiu it nnd some Stedam at Flemingsburg last week. will teach , where sho Bethany, Neb druff Remover, Hair Vigor, A youth of IS, Paul Brown by name, feat me for the ollicu of county jude at money changed hands on tho rr.ee. Nel lie I), won the running race In a lighting wns grnnted liceuso Friday to marry music in Cotner University. Mies Julia the November election. Reid returned Saturday from a visit to Miss Mnry Susau Plummer, two years Lexington. Messrs. A. J. Price and Geo. In a former article written by him, Mr. finish with Samantha, Calvin Carpenter nnd Jones Baugb- his senior. P. eayi: "The question may ,be ahked Robinson spent Sunday here. Mrs. Jno. School Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper, is." Now the qms-tio- man, of tho West End of this county, Tho Louisville Critic says that Miss W. Miller left Sunday for Arizona to who Mr. Hethurum School Crayon. may be naked, who Is Mr. Pike? He were very lucky with their strings nnd Milbrey, tho talented and wimjome spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. good deal of daughter is the man who came to Mt. Vernon on took away Iota of ties and a of Hon. Henry Wntterson, is Geo. Burdett. Mr. Homer Batson left shortly to marry Mr. W. A. Miller, a Monday to attend college in Lexington. the Monday after the republican con veu filthy lucre. Tho former's Hon to investigate na to whether or not was greatly admired. wholesale liquor denier of Louisville. Miss Lizzie Thompson is visiting relaThe bicycle races were interesting, but the republicans of this county were sat"A gentleman of this city who bus tives in Danville. Mr. Charlie Anderson isfied with their nominee for county with the exception of tho race, Sam J. three chnrming and beautiful daughters has returned from a visit to Lexington. boya Judge. After he hnd conversed with Kuibry, Jr., won, tbo Stanford several yenrs ago corked up a bottlo of W. B. McKinnev. who is now traveling for W. H. HlGGINS. weren't in it. George Penny's whee' old whisky, saying at tho time it should Mr. A. H. Rice, some of tho beat republicans in the couna Louisville houBe, was in town Sunday. ty and found that they were conserva- struck a soft place in the track in his not be opened until ono of the three Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kirry have returned three-milhandicap and both married, when the liquor should be tive and faithful to their dear old party, raco tho from a visit to Stanford. Miss Fish, of disheartened and disappointed. wheel and rider went down. This left drunk to the health of tho brido at tho Crab Orchard, is tho guest of Miss Rella no was Stark-ey- , wedding feast. The whisky is now 13 Arnold. Mr. Tom Dunn and wife spent He then turned to tho democrats and the race to Cassell, of Burgln, nnd of Somerset, and tho former won years old, nnd gtrls nre still unmarried. asked to bo their standard bearer, but he relatives handicap Stan- What a luscious chance for some thirsty Saturday and Sunday with easily. In tho being so unpopular with his party here. ford also had an entry in tho person of young man!" Owensboro Messenger. Ue was treated like a tramp and turned Jim Burton, the only man that ever beat Here is a school boy's definition of away, The supreme court of Oklahoma has And went back to Hrodhead in deep dls Robert Adams, Somerset's champion nullified all divorces granted by probate eternity: When our ships all come in; may. We have our plows in and can show you the (and ho might ns well be called the judgea in Oklahoma sinco March, 1S93. when the sea gives up her dead; when P. thinks he ia doing me a great State's champion.) In this race Adams There has been fully 100 such divorce Futher Time hangs up his scythe; when Mr. injury in writing his little fallacies but was scratch man, or to bo more explicit cases granted. The persons affected the heavens are rolled up like a scroll; every article concerning mo Increases my to those who are not up on bicycle par- are scattered throughout the United when Gabriel blows the ram's horn; fold, and I think if he prolongs or contin- lance, be started from tho post. Burton States, having taken advantage of the whon tho solar system collapses; when ues bis commentaries in regard to me got 350 yards ahead of him and the territory's laws, which permit divorce we find the lost Charlie Ross and tho d of Jim McWhorter, of Ca- for any one of 13 causes after a residence man who struck Billy Patterson; when and my raco, that I will carry Brodhead sey, got 150 yards abend of Burton. At of IK) days b established. This places a Johnny gets his gun; when society I o precinct by a handsome majority. As I said bo (ore, an assertion ia noth- the fire of the pistol all started and the large number of persons in the position comes pure, and "after the ball isovtr" For the money. Come and see them before you purchase. ing without proof, and If you want peo- race promised to be intensely exciting, of bigamists. then will bo eternity. ple to believe what you hnvo said, why but ntter a couple of laps were made McWheu the vessels which aro now in Pleasant Ociasion. Mrs. Kliza J. progress of construction are completed prove it to them. Hut you know you Whorter began to loose and after anothMoberly, with five of her children, Mrs. can't do it and thnt it Is useless for you er round or so he threw up the sponge the new navy of the LT. S. will consist of This left Adams nnd Burton nn open Bettio M. Wall, of Stone, Mrs. Lucy L. 15 vessels, ranging in size from I1,3C0 to try. Thero have been severnl rumors in track, but it wns not long till our entry Spoonamore, Hubble, Mr. Cyrus Mober tons down 120 tons displacement. Jenin regnrd to mo sinco I wns nomi- began to show signs of wenriness nnd ou ly, Stoue, Mr. Alex Moberly, Mrs. After a deadlock of 10 days tho demand after the people in- the seventh lap Adams collnred him. nie Spoonamore aud Miss Ada Hunt, of ocratic convention of tho 13th Texas nated In April, vestigated tho matter thoy found thnt all Both then jogged till tbo last lap (or Lincoln, and Bcveral interesting and pret- Congressional district adjourned without that bad been told wan faleo and thnt ev- round ns you wish to cnll it) nnd then ty grandchildren visited Mrs. Anno E. a nomination. The fight is left open fcr pleasery one originated In tbu Hlauderous lips beg.tn to ride. It was evident that Ad- Hackloy, Saturday. Tho day was a free coutest In the November election. antly spent by all, the older people havcrusade has been of some rebel democrat. I want to say ams was too much for Burton, but the An Andlatter tenaciously kept after him, riding ing an enjoyable reunion, tho children begun in Jersey City, whero about that had I boon nominated by the wearevoryono to a iimn would for dear life. Down tho stretch Adams a grand frolic. .Mrs. Moberly and Mrs. party, pupils of tbo schools aro now granddaughters of tho late have cnHt his ballot accordingly. TIiIb cftino like a whirlwind aud won the race Hnckley are ing tho badge of tho of Mt. Vernon and memhas been the case always and), thero ar0 without apparent trouble. Burton wns General Smith, League. bers of the old Virginia family, famous Tho widow of Senator Heart, of Cal no predictions to the effect that thoy complimented for his grit and also for Now in stock will be sold the good nntured and manly manner in for intelligence, beauty nnd pride. Mrs. ifornia, is said to bo tho most heavily inwill break their record. though a grandmother, retains Now Mr. P. if you doairolto drop thin which ho took his defeat, which it ia to Moberly, sured woman in this country. She has at this point, all right, and if you do not bo sincerely hoped will bo his last nt the tbo youthful nppearnuce and beauty for policies amounting to $300,000 on her family is noted. life. I will In my next pieco give tho dotnila hands of Adams, who is ft far better rider which her Collector C. II. Rodes, of this Kenof tho history of your life for tho last than ho or any other amateur in this lie loved a maid, lie loed her well; tucky Internal Revenue district, reports year or two. Always considorjyour own neck o' tho woods. IIli love for her Adams rodo in a yellow suit aud his conditioiiB and surroundiuga "before trycollections for tho month of August He'd frequent tell. friends, and their name was legion, wore nuothor'a character. amounting to GU1,SS2.G0. ing to tenr down He had a Irtend, yollow roeettea or yellow ribbon pinned D. P, Hktmuiu'm. Analysists say that butter is tho most Who loafed with htm, A morerobuitcr on their coats or lints, whilo the moro nutritious article of diet, and that bacon Style of slim On Wednesday, September 12th, tho enthusiastic had a largo yellow A pinned comes next. He did not think Ohesapeako & Ohio IV y will soil round on their backs. They fairly went wild His lrlend wculd care, trip tickets to Old Point Comfort, from when ho cnught Burton and kept up Those Who ajus P obtkd. Will tell A penny for 50 for tho round trip, their yell till long utter the raco was you that tho finest and healthiest Lexiugton at 112 Tho maiden fair, summer reeorta in tho northwest aro good 15 days. Low rate Bide trips to over. And much less thought located along thu Wisconsin Central The silly illra, New York and other points can bo made The "Moon Flower Club" gave a de Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox The maiden would care will bo allowed at any point lightful bop Thursday night at which Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwonago, A soap for him. Waukesha, Neenah, Waupaca, Fitield. on return trip. For Bleeping car reserv- the belles and beaux of Boverul counties Thus confident, Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and He did not wait, ation writo or call on Geo. W. Barney, wero present. It wns a charming affair pleasure seekers figuring on their next Hut popped the question Dlv. Pass. Agent, Lexington. and lasted till nearly sunriae tho followsummer's vacation should bear this in To her sttalght. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? ing morning. A delightful lunch was mind and before selecting a route d'op a 'Indeed.' says she, On September 17th, tho Sovereign lino to Jus. C. Tond, General Passenger Is It mui itetiil served whon tho program was half com! Crfiftnt Knot "I can't consent; It mftns tht tMQuwn Grand Lodgo convenes nt Lookout MounAgent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, UtvMii Cinctnntl nI I.cilnt.ms J imkl shortut CimibmN w You see, you're luSiulLoUrwiS rslln shortest CiMiantllo.Nwt)rUni: loruj. and Crescent Route pleted which was a repast fit for the and bo will send at Milwaukee, Wis., tain. The Queen CtiumnaU to L'tiituniwji, AlUnu, or J acksunvills. i Slightly subsequent." you maps, time4ables and guide books Southern) will sell tickets at gods. Press, Dcirclt Free (Cincinnati SOLID VESTIBULED.TRAINS Somerset is moving along nicely and containing valuable information, which greatly reduced rates, affording a flno are mailed free upon application. Alas t how light a causo may move ltweaUerthebT points Throngh Pars to Vltiihnrt uiShrtTM I of seems to be holding her own remarkably Oulr Iln rtmulng throojh cars Cintianatl to KnitUI it opportunity to visit tho many points Dissension between hearts that love JuhtTlll.. S t IHrtct Una to Ti anj Mic iUNw 'rt"ns or Frvm interest around historic old Lookout. well. Some building is going on and the t ia Khrcttiwrt. Ask aent alwut Uur to California.mJ at LouiniH. Latonia. The Fall Meeting at Lato-niHearts that tho world in vain had tried, Lilnton hhfltjTTllU an.l Lartnctburf.illrt coua.Ui.a Is particulars. whole town shows prosperity and adAsk any agent for , t.Ulul.4 trains tx all ,ku more closely tied; September 1st to OctoAnd sorrow but extends from vim m I Q K,NEAItSO.V. vancement. That stood the storm whoa waves were rough, ber 0th. The Queen A Crescent will citiien of Eugene. A M Uatley, Cea'l l'ass'r Afcnt, CutcuuuU. O. The following Stanford people attendYet In a sunny hour foil ofT, OrYiron.sajs his wife has for years been trout. eU sell tickets to Cincinnati each day, good ships that have Kuo down at ft chrome diarrhoea and used many remedies ed tho fair; many of whom tripped tbo with Like QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. d w hl.ttle rel.el until she tr.ed Chamberlain'. 5 days to return, at ono and When heaven was all tranquility. has Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which you light fantastic at tho elegant hop: James round trip. Ask agents for faro for the it a cureu her sound and well. Giverelief trial and H. Yoager, Miss Annio Hale, Carroll it West Virginia baa more coal than particulars. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., be surprised at the prompt ,aIe by affords. Ur' S,G 'or bo"1" ,i and s Cincinnati. Shanks, Miss Glenn Bibb, Mr. and Mrs. England. Stanford. I 99 woPURE Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. menn-IncIeR- s, run-niu- g State CollegeofrKentueky Opens September Bar-bourvi- lle bee-on- Buy well-kno- Shu-gar- s Your Books n I two-year-o- At W. B. MCRoberts'. e five-mil- e PLOWS ket. Best Plow on the Mar- much-talke- HlGGINS & McKINNEY. anti-cigaret- te ICE "l CJHB -- dem-ocrnt- ic 1,-1- 00 Anti-Cigaret- te REFRIGERATORS W. H. WEAREN & CO. 17 F Stop-over- 109 23 90 .i I a n one-thir- Hocker.drugglit, k M ij ! II? i- - I u : Semi-Week- ly i h ! 8TAKFORD Kt ! ) t :1 ! -- . h u J ' I I tl . ;i . i i i i I U& ? M m, 4! v I.' , - t. ..f I L WW i 3i. Fr K t iu I A lot of 90 head of 1,350 lb. feeding Smith spoke to a large and enthusiastic cattle sold in Bourbon at 3.00. crowd at Allunta. J. E, Lynn bought of Geisol, of the Dosha Breckinridge denounced Prof. EaBt End, a mule colt for $10. Betwixt Summer and Autumn. The season still remains warm, al- Albertl as a liar and a scoundrel at I have threo and i ?c rrmcJ, iW,,l n A tiimurh ...n .- Lexington Sunday. b Jl bucks for sale. D. B. Stag?. Jr. Tho past eight months contained the papers favoring Breckinridge's nomina The stride of the champion race sorted stock of Summer Goods still remains on hand and these we arc For County ludje JaS. WALKER GIVENS tion are sending it out as a supplement. largest number of recorded failures in mare, Alix 2:05, when at full speed is G. n. COOPKK Clerk tho history of the nation. 22 feet. :..J. H. PAXTON Consistency mny bo n jewel, but PolAttorne- yDestruction of 10 storago houses of Sheriff. T. D. NEWLAND lard's man and his following do not posT. bought of James Bibb a the Cincinnati Ico Company at Fairfield, lot of J. Hill E. D. KENNEDY sess it. Aisetsor Hhoats at 5c and four ' G. W. DEI10RD Jailer Ohio, with a loss of $60,000. At astonishingly low prices in order to close out. In turn you ought sows and pigs for $35. Magistrate Stanford Pre " Thk total amount of bounty paid on Early in tho npproaching fall ground W. L, DAWtON Cinct Hon. G. A. Lackey sold to Will to buy them as there arc probably two months or more of pleasant sugar during the last fiscal year was will be broken for the first of the build- Moreland 20 ewes, 125 " Constable do T. J. BENEDICT averago at 2 and weather in which to wear them, and the prices which vou will pay This Bum taken from the pock- ings of the Methodist University which a lot of lambs at 3 to 3c. ets of tho people, without excuse, by tho make them bargains, even if you could get only two weeks wear. The Under the uow tariff law binding McKinley bill, was paid to 5S3 produc- will bo erected at Washington, D. C. The old trotting and pacing adother half of this sale is the fine line of Fall and Winter Goods which Representative Uolman, if ho lives records are now tho same, 2:10j. A rion twine, burlaps and baga for grain are ers, making an average of $121,730, a to serve out the new term for which he and Directly are the holders. mitted free. These articles last year arc rapidly coming in on every train. paid' 52,025,331 revenue, bo the farmers pretty good fortune in itself. In Louisi- has been uominated, will beat tho ConThe week ending Saturday was the ana the bounty averaged $47.S2 per acre gressional record. No man haa yet serv- next to the largest in the history of tho are benefited that much. Salt is also of cane produced, in Texas S37.G0 and in ed 30 years in tho House of Representa leaf tobacco trade in Cincinnati. free under the law. It paid $302,010 tax Florida $5S 26, as much as much of the under tha McKinley bill in 1803. It will land would sell for. This robbery is tives. Tho Kentucky Roller Mills at Eliz- Secretary Carlislo has advised a Bal- abethtown were destroyed by tiro. Valbe much cheaper now for the farmers to ended by the passage of the new, tariff timore man, who wants to bring a team ued at $10,000, insured for $6,000 salt their stock and cure their pork. Pe- - law. Rather than carry them over Preparing to do the biggest busof English football players over, add who troleum will also be cheaper and of a In the second heat of the race at In- until next season wc will part with iness of our life this season. Our consequence coal oil will be also. HereThk tax on playing cards at 2 cents is asked whether the alien contract labor dianapolis the pacer, Robert J., broke all tofore the tariff on it haa been absolutely bringing in a mint of money and the law would interfere, that football players world's records by going a every garment in our store for a stock will be larger and prices mile in 2:02J. prohibitory. It will be admitted free wonder is that they were not taxed soon- are not artists, but laborers. Kvcry price lower than ever before. ThereKindig, of Pennsylvania, purchased mere nominal price. hereafter. The tariff on tinware has er and heavier. A dollar a pack is betNear Henderson, Stephen Giles, aged a car load of mule colts at Mt. Sterling, so low that you can make eood fore as the times appear to be gct been reduced 20 per cent., on glassware ter than taxing necessities. 00, married Gertrude Howell, 16. That for which he paid from $20 to $30 per interest on your money by buying ting better our sales must natural25, nails 15, blankets G9, tools 10, chains night a charivari party inaae life unbearbead. NEWSY NOTES. 17, hats 71 and eo on. Sugar will be a able for the newly wedded pair, when now and saving till next summer ly grow greater. Wc shall ofTcr Geo. Coar bought 7,000 bushels of higher, perhaps from J to 1 cent for bo a virtue, little patience finally ceasing to Two persons were killed and eight wheat from West Lincoln parties at h5c before you wear. This week wc every honest inducement to get granulated, but we can afford to pay that injured by a collision of trains near Giles shot into the crowd and mortally delivered on the cars at Moreland. Ad- - make a final sweep of all Summer your trade. This week you will with every other necessity cheapened. Lock Haven, Pa. wounded two. vocate. Goods. It would be impossible find our fall stock almost complete The democrats have not fully complied The Pope's income amounts to S2,- Michael McDonough, of Kenton, O., It will be an interesting race when with the promises of their platform, but fatally stabbed his wife, aged CO. 200,000 yearly, exclusive of special gifts He Directum, Kremlin and Arion come to to enumerate all the wonderful op Just received a new line ofbrillion-tin- e they did as well as they could with such was five years like those of his jubileo year. Peter's her senior. cloth which will be sold at 7 gether in the $15,000 stallion stake at portunitics that wc can offer you of the amount, traitors as Gorman, in the camp. The Maine held her election yesterday. pence provide Boston. to save money in buying Summer cents, worth 10c, Canton flannels law as passed is an earnest of future re The republican plurality in September, tho remaindor being tho interest on va Alix 2:051, is the fastest mare, Ry- - Goods. Wc can mention only a from demption of pledges and proves that the 1S92, a presidential year was 12,531. to 5, rious investments. worth douland T. 2.07J the fastest gelding and democratic party is the party of the peofew. Scrims at 5 to 7 V,c, worth ble the money. All wool flannel The democrats of Mercer county are The Supreme Lodge of Knights of 2:09 the fastest stallion of the ple and not of trusts and monopolies. Pythias has adjourned. The next double the money, all white goods will be sold lower than ever. Men's meet arranging to have a regular 1S94 trotters. Harrodcburg on the 22d, and The common people will save $11,000,000 ing will be held at Minneapolis in ISOt'. jubilee at Commissioner McDowell reports that at half price. Ladies' vests at 5 Suspenders 10c, worth 25c. A this year by the bill. Isn't that pretty In a family row near Ncgodocheo, in honor of Hon. P. Watt Hardin, can- tobacco and corn in Kentucky havo been and 10c. Ladies' hose, c and me good silk suspender for 15c worth good for the first session of Congress in . didate for governor next year, and j Texas, Honry Watson fatally stabbed greatly improved by the rains of the a which the democracy bad a chance? Can Jesse and Joe Summers and was himself good pair socks for 5c. Import- 50c. An elegant neglige shirt for James B. McCreary, candidate for past month. you afford to go back on a party with a killed. Congress in this district. Colonel Casey is called the corn ed socks strictiy seamless at 10c, 35c, worth 75c. record like that? Two hundred ladies of Frankfort Michael Palper haa been arrested, king of Henry county. He owns 1,560 worth 25c. met and adopted resolutions ueartuy session of Congress just closed, charged with setting fire to forests and indorsing Mr. Owens' candidacy for Con- acres in corn, and bos been figuring on The bushels. Remember that wc have received our full line of Fall Clothing, the first in which the democrats were causing the loss of eight lives at High gress. The resolutions also commended Covington & Arnold havo bought Shoes, Hats, on which able to pass a law in 30 years, may not Bridge, Wis. attitude of Mra. wc can save you 25c on the Si. Come and The sugar planters, in convention at in the warmest terms the -- HXJ bushels of wheat this season V at 40 have been as fruitful of results as it Luke P. Blackburn during the trial of sec us before you buy and you will be convinced that wc have the They bought 10,000 bushels might have been, and many things may hew Orleans, declared in favor of an al- the Breckinridge-'ollar- d case. cheapest and best goods in town. lianco with the republican party on naMonday at the latter price. have been left undone that should have An indignation meeting was held by The McPhereon place of 300 acres of yet its record is one to which tional issues. been done, Paradise, by Tintoretto, is the largest prominent citizens of Memphis, when land on Dix River was rented by Comthe democracy can point with pride. painting in the world. It is 84 feet wide, the recent lynching and butchery of the missioner R. C. Warren at auction yesConsider a few of the things it has done negroes at Millington, Tenn., was terday to W. R Gaines for $355. and cease to whine about democratic in- 33 feet high, and is now in the Doge's six denounced. One thousand dollars was competency. It repealed the McKinley Palace, Venice. The Louisville Fair and Driving As Heavy rains fell Saturday in Wis- raised in a few moments for the families sociation will law, greatly reduced taxation, made livbe held Oct. 23 26. DurA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictoi consin, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa and Col- of the mob's victims, and a committee ing the four days ing cheaper, made all money taxable, $12,000 in purees will orado. Most of the forest fires in Mich was appointed to solicit more. T; D. RANEY, Manager. taxed surplus incomes, restored freedom hung up. Entries close Oct 6. Heavy rain storms in Chicago and hi of elections, reduced public expendi- igan were extinguished by the rain. The Jessamine Journal says the Noah Maison was hanged at Pitts- New York Saturday night were accomtures and declared undying hostility to panied by unusual electric displays. Two meeting held at Nonesuch, by Revs. all trusts and monopolies organized for burg, Bernard Altenberg at Jersey City, probably latal-l- y Guerrant, Crow and Hopper, brought 13 the oppression of the people. Isn't this and Wesley Warner at Mt. Holly, N. J. men were killed, another shocked. In persona into the Presbyterian fold. injured and many others a pretty good record upon which to go They had each murdered a woman. James E. Clay sold to W. B. Kidd, Near Dykesville, La., three boya Wisconsin there were Beyere hail before the people ? Of Zinc and Canvass Covered Round and Square Top were killed by eating poisoned melons. storms, and at Bethlehen, Pa., a cloud of Uark, 345 head of fat cattlo for delivSome 300 Louisiana sugar planters, who The father of one of the boya Shot and burst flooded the town, causing much ery Sept. 15th, at $1 50; C. L. Kern 55 head to same at same price, Paris have been enjoying bounties voted them killed the man who put the poison in the damage. In the hearing of Debs and his asby the republicans from the pockets of melons. Mr. Elijah Withers, who ia in the In boring for an additional supply sociates in Chicago, Judge Woods exthe other people of the country, met in convention at New Orleans and throwing of water at Hartford, Ky., gas and pe pressed the opinion that streetcar lines tobacco business in Cincinnati, says that principle to the winds resolved to ally troleum deposits were etruck and the can be considered as engaged in inter full tobacco reports from Kentucky to themselves with the republican party on commercial club of the the city is in high state commerce because persons en route mu noBucmiiuu incre, estimate tue crop to railway stations to take trains for dis at fully 85 per cent of an average. National issues. The action of these feather. And Bags. Result of inquiries concerning prices selfish individuals further demonstrates Tho little mining town of Scotch tant points ride on them, lie also destockand demand in the wool district comthat politics is not a principle with a Valley, Pa., was swallowed up in one of clared the business of tho Union prising Eastern Ohio, West Virginia and great many people. They are out for the most complete mine cave-inever yards to be interstate commerce. speech before tho Wisconsin Western Pennsylvania, show that thn In his the stuff and the party that will pay known. It is not yet known if any fa convention. Senator ViUs showed what good eflect of the new tariff law on the them best gets their suffrages. The only talities occurred. difference between the Bugar planters Tho Supreme Lodge Knights of Py. a good start had been made toward re- wool market is being felt Booner oven and common every day lloatera is the thias, by a vote of 71 to 21, haa decided trenching the expenses entailed by tho t lan its supporters had anticipated. Sales of 112 feeding cattle of 1,210 amount that it takes to buy their that the ritual of the order shall only be 51st Congress. In the salary list over 000 printed in the Englieh language, to tho offices have been abolished and $700,000 pounds average at 3 to 3J, stock Iiorb at votes. annually saved thereby, while the appro- 5 and fat sheep at 2 are reported in the exclusion of German. For the Season of 1894-- 5 and The democrats like George W. Peck than those Winchester Democrat, which also says priations aro $2S,835,9S9.70 Two trainmen were killed and three so well that they have nominated bim injured by a rear-encollision of freight made at the last session of the preceding that S. Wiehl last week shipped to Newfor third term for governor. The author trains in the Hoosac tunnel. A signal Congress, and $50,504,4ol.7S lees than port News from that city and Pino Grove of Peck's Bad Boy has made a model man and an operator were arrested on those of the last session of the 51st Con 20 cars of export cattle which were governor, but third termers are not gen- the charge of criminal carelessness. bought at 4J to 41 cts. gress. With Companies of Known Merit. erally popular and he may have been A good crowd attended court yesterSome of the vast power of Niagara After a deadlock of 16 days, the nominated once too often. Senator Vil- democratic convention of the 13th Texas Falls is at last to be utilized and in a few day, but very little business was transact- House scats 500; is lighted by electricity, has large stage and good Scenery. as presided over the convention and took Congressional district adjourned without weeks it is expected that electricity suf- ed. There were probably 50 cattle on occasion to praise the National adminis- a nomination. Tho fight is left open for ficient to develop 500,000 horse power the market, but only a few changed tration in the highest terms. The plat a free contest in the November election. will be generated at the Falls and trans- hands. A few cattle brought form commends it, indorses the new tarThe Wisconsin democrats adopted mitted to various manufactuting plants 2c, and a lot of calves sold at $7. There Stanford, Ky. iff as affording substantial relief and a the following: "We denounce the treach- far and near. Manufactories and the was some trading in plug horses, but broad stride in the right direction, and ery of those U'. S. Senators who, claiming street-ca- r system of Buffalo, 17 miles none were offered publicly. Prices rangMY STOCK OF- approves the income tax. The Wiscon- to bo democrats, have joined with the away, count upon this power, while it ed from $12 to $00. sin democrats are made of the true ma- republicans to defeat the full measure of is bolieved that traffic on all the canals Mr. Joo Williman left at our olllce terial. of the State will be moved in the same yesterday a huge tobacco plant, raised tariff reform ." by William Terry on his farm adjoining The 2Sth National encampment of way. A California populist of some promThe Sixth Congressional district Mr. Williman. It is of tho Burley variethe G. A. It. at Pittsburgh yesterday. It inence, who recently advocated the free has recinded its order for a ty, 4 feet 7 inches tall and has'18 leave?, coinago of silver with great vehemence was estimated that 100,000 visitors had committee arrived in the city, and yesterday's ar- convention, to be held in Covington, many of them measuring 20 inches wide before a convention to which ho was a 19, and changed tho place and by 3 feet in length. Ho says that Mrdolegnte, is in jail for carrying his theor- rivals are expected to swell tho number September Tablets, &c. , is very large and date to Warsaw, October IS. It was also Terry has six acres and that the plant practice. lie couldn't get tho double or threo times. ies into Ten pereons were killed and 20 in- ordered that delegates be selected by before us is not as large as many in tho United States to go into the business, so on October 16, except in field. The corn crop is very fine around jured Sunday by the wreck of the Paris he went into it on hiB own hook. The and Cologne express train at Apilly. counties containing cities of tho second Jumbo. dollars he made are so much like those and Campbell,) where a Tho Harrodsburg Democrat says that of our daddies that they would almost The station agent, seeing the terrible dis- class (Kenton aster was to occur, threw himself before primary election shall be held in each farmers are asking $1,75 for corn in tho fool the old gentlemen themselves, legislative district and precinct. Tho re field to beted to hogn green, but some tho express and was killed. Call and Sec Us. James Conover, of Mason, O., hns publicans have nominated T. U. Mat largo holders of hogs are only ofleriug London Echo and the Somerset The $1 50 as it stands, and hope to get it at suddenly become insane. Ono of his thews. FJENXTSr. Drug-gist- . Paragon espouse the causo of Congresshallucinations is that Christ lives in Cin. hat price. Tho Bame paper also while the man Adams for Daily. That sales of 150 hogs of 250 pounds at reports cinnati, and that he had seen him in a Almost a New York 5.40 to Middlesboro News, Williamsburg Herboarding house there. Another is that Democratic wonder, Tho New York oj; feeding cattle at and a lot of ewes ald and Knox County Journal nro for he is Weekly World, has just changed its at 87 cents h head. Tobacco is good and very anxious to loan $1,000. Colson. If John D. White has an organ paper, and will produce from 1,500 to k weekly into a 2,400 pounds It is expected that the fight between it has not materialized. you can now get the two papers a week to the acre. Jackson and Corbett will take place unior the samo old price-- $l a year. Think H. A. B. Marksbury has bought and Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought The democrats of New Hampshire der the auspices of the Sioux City Athto letic Club, on an island in the Missouri ofitl The news from New ork rignt shipped from this county, 70 cars of have nominated Col. Kent for governor, Stanford. We also lead in at your door fresh every three dayB, 10-- wheat tho averago price of 45 cents-Thand it is hoped that it may be said of the river, as to which no one seems to know a year, or tno worm anu me Garrard county tobacco raisers are Nutmeg State as was of Maine a number whether Iowa or Nebraska has jurisdic- papers Interior Journal togeth- anticipating very fine yields of the of years ago, that she went hell bent for tion. This is particularly applicable to John Will Gibson waB shot and mor- er, 208 copies for $2.75. Governor Kent. tally wounded by James Lewis, a saloontho upper end; of the county, where it Bucstln'sArnlca Salve. hag been unusually seasonable. AverThe democrats of the 11th are talking keeper, at Tateville, on the edge of HarThe belt salve ia the world lor cuti, bruiieii- ages of C. Garrard of Man- lan and Bell counties. The two we of naming Gilbert chap2,000;ils. to tho acre are anticipasalt rheum, fever sores, ores, ulceri, . f. uu Call and See a Beautiful Line. chester, for Congress and they could not gambling, and Lewis accused Gibson of pea runUI, CnilOIIU, tutm or no pay. requir-a- - ted and with a chance to get from 15 to oiom. It politicly curei piles, honor a better democrat, a truer man or cheating. Lewis was released on $500 ISc, they ought to make good monoy. ia guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction It tr money refunded. Price 5 nt Pr box ( Lancaster Record. bond, a more whorthy gentleman. or sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. and use it as n campaign document. Tho Bermon of Kov. George O. Barnes, which declared that it was the duty of overy good man to vote for Breckinridge and DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. thus savo his soul, is being scattered JAS. II. Jl'dlKAltY broadcast over the district, and nil the FOR COXGKES& A ship arrived at Cape Charles, Va., FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tub Breckinridge crowd has all along preachers have has three yellow fever cases on board. ridiculed the part the James Bibb sold to R. G. Denny a Rosa Tapp, a young girl from Camp taken in tho contest, but so Boon as a Nelson, was rescued at Lexington from lot of fat hogs at 5c. preacher is found to espouso their cause, E. P. Woods bought a number of SEPTEMBER 11, 1894 life of sbame. they have his sermon published in full a fat hogs here yesterday at 5c. Speaker Crisp and Secretary Hoke Interior Journal A Double Sale Sfnmhrr " ! W. P. WALTON. I ,.,tt, ... ... 100-poun- d COMPELLED TO SELL $12.-099,9S- 9. ar Closing Summer Opening of Fall and Goods for a Song. Winter Goods. Out two-third- s Tro-villia- n 6, 7. ex-Go- v. 9 .v C2.-10- to-J7j- LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITFORD, K"Z, Ken-tuckia- n. rRUNKS VALISES- s H. J. McROBERTS. We Are Now Booking Attractions -- hs d Solicit : Correspondence two-year-o- ld WALTON BROS., -- FINE PAPERS, - SCHOOL BOOKS, A. R. mass-meeting- s Our Frices'Can Not Be Duplicated. Jc twice-a-wee- LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. e Semi-Week- ly ata-pi- e. ei Queensware, Glassware, &c. PAERIS & HARDIN. fJ d. vtp WWW WH y -- .TtrmrW v, s. - - -- . U- -s .A 1 i L. A horridle stench, deeeaso breeding Penny has the best stock and will sell Short Notice ia Long Metre. watches and jewelry lower than you can and deadly, creels the nose, nil alone . Thit space I mutt contest It small the St. Asaph. The water works having buy elsewhere. Nothing prettier for a present than 9 For one who wishes to extol cut off tho usual supply of water which Gall and see my elegant line of fall ran down tt, should flood The merits of so just a man Stanford, Ky., Seitemiieu 11, 1894 Dnnka' sterling silver novelties. the bed occaAt Danlci, the Jeweler, anJ hit plan. suitings. The nobbiest lino ever shown sionally and on its failure to do so, the Lost. A pair of gold spectacles, be- hero. II. 0. Bupley. With case of manner and with grace, Ancouncil ought to require it. The won. tween tny house 9 With honest heart and smiling lace, E. C. Walton, Business Manager nie Baughman. and town. Mrs. on der is that there is not moro sickness For Kent. A desirable rcsldenco He hat a welcome tor you all, Danvillo street. Good gardep, good cow hero than there is. At welt oi bargains when you call. in pasture, good water at tho door, kc. For Ovstkrs on and after MEAH8 IU8INE88. On Opera Square, not far remote, The republicans are getting bold. bulk, by tho can or served at It. terniB Ac, apply to Dr. J. B. Owsley or Me will be found, of which take note. Buy your school books nnd school sup " They actually held a convention yesterrestaurant. Dr. IJ. Held. Hit prices, too, without regret, plies ol all kinds nt A. 11. Penny's. 9 day with open doors, though when they Arc lure to please and not to fret. repaired Watches, clocks and jowolry Head This. More hoarders wanted. The exact loes per share on tho Stan Now of his good I none can gainsay, and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Have two beautiful front rooms. First ford fair stock is (J 51 the share being 310. went to make nominations, they hid in a hole. In the public proceedings John They are for uae and for display, at A. K. Penny's. got A. Blain ncted as chairman For old, for young, lor great, for tmall, and B. G. Thk larORt stock ol Drtittn, Medicines, class table. Also day boarders wanted Treasurer W. F. McCIary has at lost all tho bills in and is now ready to pay Alford, secretary. For need't demandt, for fashion's call. Wnll Paper at Knto Dudderar. Perfumery, Paints and After remaining in Peecriptiond a special- A. H. Penny's. each stockholder S3 19. To those who are in search of clocks, their holo a long time, tho committee Ik you want your watch or any jewelOf watches, too, he has full stocks, announced tho following nominations: heatThe atmosphere continues to be ry repaired, tako it to Penny's. Mr, Cut glass, China, Delft or Doulton, For judge, G. M. Davidson; clerk, J. F, PERSONAL POINTS. Wedgewood, Worcester, Serves or Mlntcn. Deckelmnn does the work well and ed far beyond the normal for tho time Cummins; sheriff, John Harraan; assep. To be Continued. lUx. John HkllGhiso.n 1b quite sick. promptly; never disappoints a cus- of year, though cooler weather is prom- sor, Thomas Terry and jailer Adam Soveral showers fell yesterised Mil, II. C. Pakiiis was worse yesterday. tomer. Miss Uoha Jones returned from LexThe Ilustouville nnd McKlnney base day and hopes are entertained for a clod No nomination was made for attorney, ington yesterday. ball towns crossed bats at tho former soaker and river raiser before very long. though it is said that George W. Gentry Dr. L. H. Cook liaa moved his olllco to place Saturday. The gatno resulted in a Speakino. Prof. A. L. Volres will tho colored statesmen, wanted it. Tliore victory for tho Hustonvillo boys by a speak on prohibition at tho following his residonco on Kast Main street. wero soveral candidates for most of the Mn. K. 11. Smith, of th Mt. Vernon ecoro of 3D to 21. Tuesday offices and it took some time to make placee: Bright's Jjlfinnl, was in God'a country yesterday. Wed- the selections. Calls were made on sevIn justice to Mr. D. I'.iiethurtim we night; Mount Xenia Mn. 0. M. Sami'kui.'oI Somerset, came nesday night; Moreland Union church, eral persons for speeches and Gentry will state that he Bent a letter withdrawup Saturday to see his old friends here. ing his communication with reference to Thursday night; Hustonvillo, Friday and and others responded in rousing appeals. Mips Jkn.nik Coopkh went to Louls-vill- o Mr. Pike, but It catno too late for us to Saturday nights. Saturday to take a course in millin-er- j. DEATH'S DOINCS. comply with his request. Your money with us. Raiment for the body is better than gold. Pink Cottage Sold. Master Commis9 . 9 The Comte de Paris, claimant to the few sioner R. 0. Warren Bold the old home Walter Sailsiikim is spendinfja While crossing a bridge on the McThis we have to suit all and at very low prices. Trade is reviving days taking in the bIkIUs of Louisville Klnney pike Friday night, Bony Carter's of Rev. George 0. Barnes at auction yes- French throne, is dead, without having everywhere and why should we not be Mr. Jok Srvkra.nce, Jim returned to horse got his foot caught, breaking his terday, to satisfy tho mortgage of the worn an earthly crown. Mr. A. B. Owen, who has been an Craig. W. P. Walton the Bible Collece at Lexington, yester leg and injuring him otherwise to such late Capt. Gaines inero are invalid for a long time, died at Rowland day. an extent that it was necessary to kill was the purchaser at $I,J-- U Saturday and was buried beside his wife five acres, with good improvements. ol 6tanlord, him. Miss Mollis Dauoiikkty, 9 9 on a farm near Turnersville Monday by this city. Somis visltinK relatives near Dudley V a limit was shot in the leg in The will of T. Curtis Watts was admit the Masons, of whose order he had long erset Paragon. Hundreds of factories that have been stopped are starting up and a promiscuous shooting at Milledgoville ted t probate veaterday. It was written been a member. He was nt one time Mi.--a Gkoroia' Wray went to Louis Saturday night. The ball shattered the in hi. own hand and is not attested well off, but for soveral years he haa some goods have advanced , some and some y$c. So come villa Friday to bring Uttlo Wray Lynn bono and It is probable that the leg will Miss Julia Higgins is given 5,000 in been in the caro of the lodge here, hav- and buy. before the retailers are compelled to advance their prices. home with her. have to be amputated. It Is not known mom y and his lifo insurance, which ing lost his property and being unable Mn. M.Salinoir was helping the boys who fired amounts now to $3,000. The remainder to work. He was a clover man with We shall be found at the old stand under the St. Asaph Hotel, althe shot. rake In the shekels at the Louisville ways ready and willing to serve our friends. Our of the estate is given to his natural heirs. Storo yesterday. The meat house of V. II. Traylor wis Mr. J. B. Higgins is named as executor many excellent qualities. Mrs. Delia Harlan Martin died at an Missis Clara and Ophelia Lackby relieved of seven largo hams and the without security. early hour Saturday morning, of conMiss Beesie same number of middlings last week, in are spending the week with ii The magisterial race in the Uustonville sumption, in the Willow Grove neighRichards at Llnnietta. all about 350 pounds. It was taken away Miss Dollik Buow.i and her brother, In a wagon with small tiro and ho track- precinct created much interest and at borhood. She waa a member of tho BapC. K. Brown, of Liberty, wero tho guests ed it as far ns Rowland, where it was the convention Saturday was decided in tist church and greatly beloved by all favor of Mr. John Bailey, who got 140 who knew her. She was the eighth Is arriving every week and we are forcing our way rapidly to the of MIm Hortensia Myers. lost. votes to Mr. G. D. Smiley 01. Previous member of the family of the late David front. New Fall Dress Goods, new Sattcens, new Penangs, new E. Mk. W. P. Tat nnd eon, Clarence Diki rnoM home. A few weeks ago to a vote Mr. L. B. Adams had agreed Myers to fall a victim to the dreadful displeasant visit to Prints, new Ginghams, new Shoes, new Clothing everything new Tate, arc back from a Mr. William Brynnt.of Louisville, better with Smiley that tho weakest of them ease. After funeral services Sunday Mrs. C. II. Paine, in Boston. and well adjusted to the new tariff law. Come and see for yourself. known as "Bud," came up to visit his withdraw, and a poll showed that Smi- morning tho remains were laid to rest in A. A. McKinnky, Jr., Logan Hughfs, We delight in showing our goods. niece, Mrs. Adam Carpenter. Ho was and Joe McAllster, Jr., go to Danville not well at the time and continuing to ley had tho largest following. In the Danville Cemetery, followed by a long constable's raceThomaB Gooch got 110 procession of Borrowing friends. tomorrow to enter Ccntro College. to grow worse, died Thursday night. He votes and Hughes 101 and Gooch was do Dr. AMD Mrs. J. B. Owslky left Fri- leaves a wife and one child. Rector "It is instructive to note dared tho nominee J. A. Shannon and day for Bed Sulphur Springs, W. Vs., Only about 15 couples attended tho Bony Carter withdrew their names. At what a flood of light one passage o benefit of tho lattcr's health. for the upon throws another." Mrs. Susiic Wood, of Indianapolis, and dance at the Opera Houto given to Crab Orchard, R. II. Bronaugh was nom- Scripture for magistrate over John 0. Mc- - Young lady convert "Yes. I couldn't Mrs. Leo T. Yoager, of Providence, have Misses Mary Holmes Lusk and Kate inated been visiting Messrs. I. M. and J. E. Cook, of HuHtonville, but they seemed Whorter by a voto of 25 to 15 and Jor- understand about there being no marryto have enjoyed the occasion more than dan Peter Chandler was named for con ing or giving in marriage above until I Bruce. P. IkiiMAN has nearly com- if there had been a crowd. Tho music stable. In tho Wayneaburg precinct, E. read how hard it waa for a rich man to Mn. 0. pleted n nice dwelling on his farm near was excellent and the young ladies vied B. Caldwell, Jr., waa unanimously nom enter the Kingdom of Heaven." inated for magistrate and Hen Baugh for Gilberts Creek and w 111 move into it In a with each other in loveliness. constable The four men nominated for few dayB. Between now and January x, 1S95. Pay Your Suiscihition. Theso words magistrate are as good as could be chos, is helping his Mr. Joiim Briciht, Jit We don't want it all from one person, but are willing to divide it brother, Teller W. M. Bright, to hold have been printed on every paper sent en and the constable nominations are When naby waa sick, tre gate her Castor!".. When sho was a Child, she cried for Castoris, down the Farmers Bank whllo Dr. Ows- out from this office for the last two or among 9 three issues. It seems, though, from When sho became Miss, shs clung to Castorl. ley is absent, A Desperate Burolar. Friday mornMiss J ram Bccha.kam, of Crab Or several letters from good payin g subscri ing between 2 and 3 o'clock, Mr. Tom When aho had Children, she gTethem CaxtorU chard, went to Louisville Saturday to visit bers that It was intended as a reflection Ferrell, who keeps P. W. Green's baris strange that hucIi an imMrs. J. A. Haldeman. Mrs. (ius Hof on them. It sleep, pression could bo made, but you can't room at Rowland, being unable to mann accompanied her. got up and took a smoke. While bo en Of Lincoln and adjoining counties. And the way we expect to get Mies Anoie Ballou returned to Clifton always sometimes tell what is going to gaged tired nature's sweet restorer came NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. it is by Forge, Va., Friday, taking with her happen. However, we wish that all in to his relief and hia head reclined and arrears woul I take sufficient offense to against tho wall. While in this position Misses Victoria Bishop, EdnaCouits Stella Ballou, who will attend tho college make them send us .what they owe. ho was hit a fearful lick just across tho K-JJ-HICJJ-tUin which Miss Ballou tenches. jBnidiiT Fkhhkll's speecti was a bum- eyo brows, stunning him so he did not Mies A.n.nb Shanks will leave mer. Ho handled the biggest words with know whether he had had a fit or a night for Boston to enter the Emerson the utmost recklesanees but he got there mare. Presently ho felt blood trickling I am now ready to dellvei manufactured Ice You Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes at Lower Prices than you ever customers College of Oratory. Shu has n decidod all tho same and won the moat enthusi- down his face and he went to the back Irom the Stanfordat Factory to of FIFTV reeularlv every mornlnK the rate CENTS bought them bought them before. Will pay you elocutionary talent nnd desires to per- astic applause. "Brlghty" is n born and porch to bathe it. When he returned he PER HUXDKF.D POUND LOIS and over, and at 7SC in smaller lots. Mr. W. II. fect herself In tho art. K. llUEMEH, Stanford. to bred democrat, wtio behoves and asserts saw a man attempting to got into the ShankB will go to New York on business t tat tho man who would go back on tho cash register. He went for him and in nnd accompany her that far. party now would murder hm grandmoth- the scullle that followed, the burglar Ho says snapped at him several times with Mr. er or stab a man in the dark. CITY AND VICINITY. going to speak at every crosB road Ferrell's pistol, which ho had gotten out You ever got for your money. Bring your money and see. New he is We will rent at Bright's Mill on of tho drawer and which finally went in tho county for bonanos 10 and 15c at W. II. and school-hous- e Best Fall Goods arriving daily. off, shooting him through the fleshy pert and the full democratic ticket. Brady's Sopt. 15th. 1894, of hia right hand. Mr. Ferrell continued At 1 P. M., Want a watch? Dunks, the Jewelor, The watermelon fete at Mieeea Jennie to fight for his money and his lifo and afo 8 o tho lowest prices. and Marie Warren's Thursday night, ter a while succeeded in throwing his 40 Acres Wheat and Rye Land, has them at tproved an occasion of pure delight to man to tho ground and getting him out Lying on the Hanging Fork. Mn. Will Simpson sold 250 wntermol thoso who attended. The spacious lawn of the room, which ho locked. Supposing J. H. BRIGHT and L, L. DAWSON, average of 12jc ons yesterday at an jMd Executors e : : wsb beautifully lighted and that ho waa through with tho job, Fer9 Money. Wanted to borrow $ 1,500 on seats, not too close to others, wero placed rell began to examine his wounds, when under the spreading trees. Miss Joanio he heard a crash and looking around saw real estate. Enquire at this olllce. Dealer in I 9 Feland asssisted the yqung ladies in that the man had broken the door down. Buy o guaranteed tutor of W. II. as did Messrs. James nnd Eli- This timo ho had a 44 pistol cocked, and : : I will Weoren & Co. "No shavie, no takio." jah Beazley, and they mado everyone en- tolling Mr. Ferrell that ho didn't want premisesoffer for sale at public auction on the on crowd ato soveral wag- joy himself. Delicious watermelons just to kill as gatno a man as he, swore ho Tin: court-da20, from the cold Btorago house at tho ice would unless ho would surrender the on loads of watermelons yesterday. The 11 nnd when the TERMS CASH. I will make a special low price on Folding Beds, money. Seeing that resistance wbb no At 10 o'clock, A, M,, my well improved Farm of is largo and tho pri- factory wero served at crop In this county Parlor Suits, Bed Room Suits, Bed Lounges, Couches, Rocking happy party dispersed an hour later, it longer of avail, Mr. Ferrell gnvo up and ces low. 104 ACRES OF GOOD LAND. Chairs, Diners, Mattress and Bed Springs, for the next 3 days. My was with many expressions of gratitude the burglar proceeded to secure the conLocated on the Stanlord & Crab Orchard pike, every mem- to the fair young hostesses for a lovely Business of Importance to tents of the register, by bursting it with 3U miles East of Stanford, Ky., known as the W. stock embraces the latest styles and best patents. See my stock of my place a nice Pictures, Ensles, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades. ber of Stanford Macenbeo I.odgo is to be evening. Call and see a club. There was in it at least $75 and H. Miller larm. lhctoisupon Wednesday night and nil ato transacted I buy my goods to sell, which is manifested daily by the a gold ring belonging to Bright Ferrell. Young Orchard of 250 Trees, my line. was well filled with The expected to bo present. I am also prepared to make dealers net democrats Saturday evening, when at 3 The thief also got a pistol, making his Oi theroabout. Good Barn, Nice Frame Dwelling, outflow and inflow of gcods. r tr wholesale prices and solicit their trade. Every vacant spot in my B. Gordon o'clock Chairman It. R. Gentry annonn entire haul worth about $100 to him. Good Cistern, and all necessary Outbuildings. We learn that Gen. John TK11MS. One half cash in hand; balance In Every purchase will proposes to lecture horn on tho 19th, ced thnt tho meetiug would proceed to The register is completely ruined to tho ona nnd two years' time from Dec. i, '94 Sept ; . house will be filled by Sept. 15. Come early. Renumber tho date ol Sale, Thursday, Respt., be a bargain. W. W. WITHERS. Days of tho Confednomination of candidates for inagie-trnt- a loss of Green & Ferrell is fully 200. As C. J.CKA1G tho subject, "Tho Ust and constable in this district. Mr. soon as ho was able Mr. Ferrell sought eracy" and sincerely hope it Is truu. assistance and Drs. Peyton and Reid THE nt.UEGKASS HKUD OK PUBLIC SALE OF - J. E. Lynn was then chosen permanent Misb Burn Ellkuson, of Way no coun- . chairman and E. 0. Walton, secretary. were sent for to dress his wounds, which ty, Is teaching a privnto school in the Nominations being in order, Hon. R. 0. were found to bo numerous and painful. house on East Main street formerly tihed Warren in a few eulogistic words named He waa brought to his mother's next R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, by Mr. W. G. Kaney as a carpemorshop. W. L. Dawson for mngistrato. Mr. W. P. day and is gotting along all right, no ON rr having been brokon. The burglar bones Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky . Dn. Caiu'kntbh is on the war path Grimes was nominated by Mr. John B. THURSDAY, SEP. 20, same who hnd 'with tho preachera nud prohihltionlsta Foster. The voto Bhowed a very largo is doubtless tho residences horo. entered He ia Pigs foi sale from the best types of Rejntere tly. majority for Dawson and he was declur-e- several private bs his game. Look out for fur to and the On account ol mv described ea a copper colored negro, present labor system. ace. failinz health to have a Stock. Breeders secured from tho best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited Mr. tho nominee. In justice to Mr. Grimes have determined For further particulars inquiro of countr. Ky.. at mv it may bo said that he was not a candi- weighing about 150 pounds, and wore a nublic sale in part home in Lincolnproperty: About consliting of the following SIzemore. black hat and a suit of same color. date, though he had told his friends he largo afterLoVr, In McKlnney Saturday would accept the nomination if tendered Every attempt possiblo will be made to 20 HEAD OF HORSE STOCK, inin lady's gold watch with the unanimously. The ovent of the after- apprehend him and unless he skips the Several ecutle Domes and cooa family horses, noon, voune and to head tials "F. A. 0." and "From father to Gus- noon whs Mr. Bright Ferrell's speech, country, he ia likely to do long timo for about ol Cattle,olall registered aged muies.toabout 40 register. or subject head oflico or return for the whole ticket, from "McQuorry" his crimes. a number of them cood milk cows. aged bull. slo" in It. Leave at this female calves, about 15 receiyo ro- - down, and which he A negro answering the description of yearling bulls,steers rnd male and about 90 good wound up by nomheifers, to Mrs. Sam M. Owena and 10 aboyo and having upon hia person a ewes and bucks, about 60 Iambs. They ae ewe inating Thomas Jefferson Benedict for the ward. , trimmed and fat. About 30 Cashmere goats, 4i of money and a gold ring, waa ar- some very fine hogs. A large assortment of farm Bpoke to a good crowd constable. There were no other candi- sum Prof. Voireb Is Receiving His ing implements, and many other things too nucandidates and Mr. Benedict waa nominated rested at Somerset Saturday, and Messrs. merous to name. on prohibition yesterday, but tho most of my farm for rent. Bright Ferrell went down I will also offer did not by acclamation. He and Mr. Dawson Green and In-:- -:- date for Congress on that ticket there Sunday, hut tho latter failed to TERMS, A credit until Jan. t, 189J. with Shelhyville to both responded to calls and made appro- identify the ring as his. The negro ia terest Iron date on all sums over 10 Notes to be materialize. Ho went to Farmers Bank & negotiable and parable at the having every- priate speeches. The convention then Avidentlv a thief, however, and he ia Trust Co. of Stanford. A. M. FELAND, keep Gov. McCreary from Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. Stanlord, Ky. J atill held on suspicion. ji adjourned. way. thing his own Semi-Weekly Interior Jourhbl Wi fit spectacles. Dan kg, the Jew- 3 eler. m ' Zim-nipr- 's m m to-da- y. Pe-tr- y. ... School-Hous- e, School-Hous- e, Gome and Deposit hi IN THE 8WI M y Fsill Stock HUGHES & TATE. We Want $25,000 first-clas- TH B FIB 1PT M MU - EXCHANGING !! Public Renting. The Biggest Interest BIEVlEMAfSOE & "Me-Querr- y" ... Saturday, r " tete-a-tet- m FARM FOR SALU Thursday, Sept. W. W. WITHERS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, STANFORD, KY. &C, y I894, court-hous- e JSj-t- d n,I)FAW!AC!llD 1 Duroc Red Jersey Swine '94. d 1 FALL AND WINTER -:- GOODS. 'V v. - . iTT5 TT' 1 ro R Semi-Week- ly Interior Journh' WorUlnp MEN AND WOMEN. ToRs-tlier- HE LIVED TO REPENT. How nn POSTED. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to troipass on our lands without permission, as all siivh will be prosecuted to the (ul est extent of the law. Signed. MRS. AMANDA ALCORN. W. M. 11KWEN f 1' I ' Always on hand Two doors above Lmiillnril In a Trap. (Residence oi the late James McAlister ) Dotlny 1'iir tlin Itmo. A doctor on the West Sido was called Men nrt bvgiiitiini; to cry out locau-AT CRAB ORCHARD. - - KY. The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? pelting they got from in great lmto to the residenco of nuinii. it 3?JCK, YKiUUX AD VANCK of tho Can be hail in the market, Prices lower than the $2 Aim ing there, he fuuml tho man's head in Lmsiiii'ss women. In ocholar-hilowest .Mourning goods a specialty. Call and When not so paid 32.60 will he chirped battered and torn to Mich a degree that womlimine before bovine UK, and even in governnu-nS. STAPP, MAUY DAVIS DUDDERAK. en are lhnling out what awful humbugs fcwing it up lemimhd him of nu old Stanford, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager Assisted by a Competent ('acuity quilting le. When the pamen have been all along in their asCO.MMKHCIAI. 1ILOCK F, D. niLEYJProprlotor, A select school, of high grade, for the tlmrouiih sumption of Mi'wiur istloin amiabil- tient was able to give an account of tho training of A lew oung ity, liven in tho field of athletics wom- accident that dUnbled him, ho related London, - - - Kentucky, of approval jinmir ladies lo lie admitted.Ecnilemi'n morals will lEHD-tVY"- . TheDavis Vortical Feed SJwinj Machines this td tale: Number limited no Idlers xvintcd. an is running man hard. What wonder, I have am bcttai l)r has since to heu necessary "I am bUiind throe months with mv prepared movedevermy new Hotel andthe public tlon InStatu), the l'resident. entire tunehis gradua of her own then, with tho now to accommodate and enerthan mealitne, given his of the Mvrvt of (cod Livery attached and every ronvcuicoc dfr to tlie liuilulnif and management 01 Mrileces Are the bft because 'hey run lighter and can do jwiwpr glowing tJirougn nil Iter uring rent. That a tired. Give me a call. the South. During the pad ear lie filled tho a greater variety, of work than any other sew lUtf The other half that ?.mo hko currents of electricitv, woman turns my K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. FRANK RILKY. chair o( l.ltrrnture mid Natural Sciences In maUiihc j; The my in ighUirhood hmo lately Daughters College, llarrodshurg, and Mrs Mapp on man nnd derides him for his world hoys dooi-Utaunt Music, Painting, Drawing, Kc , giving Ladles nt all hours .f Train leaves Rowiand at 7x0 a. m., returning old preteii-- e of superiority? What won- - been riuging my Lincoln County . general satisUclion to patrons im J pupils Hus wilo nnd family nave received special trainlw that hlio twnit.s to man's inferior tho night, greatly to my nnnoyniuv. Are cordially invited to call at the M Asaph StL.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ing in nnd tor College moral lifo, his pronviiMties for fwtlhiK Time nfter time I wns culled to the At the well. known old stand ol J, II. Green, iu lhecurrlntliiiii will Ixi an extended one owl the Hotel and osamlnc the machine, as well as sam McMUKKAY HROS.. and drink ig and his other exaggerated door, only to find nobody there. Finally drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skim- - plcsoflts woik .1137 Pa Mail tram going North t - Kentucky. imngiiio shixlily work win lie allowed. Stanlsid, Ky .... South ujpm animal instincts, and demands that ho I rnu a wire 1mm n battery to tho door- Hustonvillo, " " Classes will be Instructed In Higher Mathemat- .1131pm shall henceforth lead tho cleaner, moro bell, so that the ne.t boy who played Express train " South Has just reccisrd a beautiful line of ics, Itello l.ittrcs. Natural hclencc. Mental and - 3lni North Moral Science, I.atln, German, Type spiritual lifo that should mark a human tho trick on me would bo held there "u.. 93s Local rreight North DR. W. B. Keeping, In ics, Music, Jo;pm being emancipated from mero oninial-is-ni- ? ntil I could reach him and rend him limb Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Wilting, Hook Painting, Drawing. &c Vocal and South-.- .. Instrumental, Tha latter trains also carry passengers. 1 he first term of five will open Sept 10, Mu have been 'waiting of their lrom limb. Call and see his stock and get his prices which The above is calculated on standard time. Solar term will i9S, "About an hour ngol heard n ring nt are lower than an) bodys II you want a nice stt June and second holiday atcloe tho fiist week in own superiority since tho world begun. teao is about 10 minutes faster. One week Christmas. Office South Md Main St., in office recently of harness, a whip or a duster TKRMS first giade, inluitinn per term It is now their turn to hear bomothing tho door nnd went thero exulting. I Hinder Twine far sale. . . cluding Latin and Gcrmau CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & fo 00 vacated by Dr. l.ee F. Hutlman, Stanford, Ky. about tho superiority of tho feminine opened tho door, and thero was my land- Tuition in second grade ij cd standing on his head nnd hanging Music, Piano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments and they frankly confess they don't Going North trams pass Junction City as fol box, furnished for practice to c ' the handle of tho doorbell. Vsmt like it. In n wiso nnd kindly editorial Vestibule starts o a, m. ves lows: Short hnnd, Type Writing, Painting, Drawing, tibule Limited 3 35 p. m. Local 10 p, 1. Florida Tho Popular Science Monthly begs . fiousand volts of electricity wero .usOrnsmental Work, all at seasonable tales Limited 3 ij. a. m COURIER-JOURNA- L Hoard in College, per week, f j so. Good lioatd Dealers n, South N O. Vestibule u tS p. m. Florida women to havo mercy and Ptop making ing each other through his system, nnd in prisate families at reduced ratts, tho wny ho kicked at tho door cosing Limited n 1(1 m Local 11.3s p. m. . Monthly payments ieiuiicd fun of men. Tho Popular Sciouco Vestibule arris es S 40 p. m. No illscount eicept fo, piolructeu illness Monthly nt least has tho manliness to and clawed round with his freo hand Is a ten p.ir eiht column democratic newiper V r further information address the President. was n sight to bo seen. I was scared It contains thi uim nf everything going 11EN-RDR JOHN S STAPP. acknowledge tho corn and cry enough. WATTE RSON Is the editor Crab Orchard, Ky 54 It points out that a rivnlry between tho worso than ho was though, nnd I turned Kv. off tho current and went to carry him fcxcs is most of all to bo deprecated. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. MYEKS HOUSE OU ARK Men and women were never meant to into tho house," makes The WEEKLY "Did you carry him?" bo rivals, but comrades and holpers of , and sites lire preery liberal terms to agent "I don't think I did. Everything that miums for clubs Sample copies 01 the papr and each othc. Tho editorial says that wohappened nftor I returned to tho door is four page Premium Supplement sent free to any man now summons man "most clearly I am lust back lrom the cities with a targe addiess. Write to and P. W. GREEN, Prop. well selcited stsckof MILI INKKV which nnd distinctly to walk henceforth on vagno nnd indistinct. I havo n confused will sell cheaper than ever Miss Lauia Jaiboe. a surecollection that ho grabbed n passing Tho COURIER-JOURNA- L higher levels in tho strength of n nobler CO. perior tiiimner lrom Cincinnati, has engaged with This MaMe, which Is ran n connection with the me iui i can guarrntee satisfaction iu every parself control. What it is clear that man street car and knocked mo on tho head LOHiVILLK, KY. svell'ktibwn Myers House, has been supplied with ticular. Call aad sec my Koods has to do in theso latter days is to frnmo with it, nnd that ho tore off tho doorThe MISSLICCIK Itr.AZLtV, to himelf a higher and comploter ideal bell nnd mado mo swallow it, wires and Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Stanford, Ky. nil, but I cannot say positively what ocof manhood than ho has hitherto on tho Buggies, Wagons, And The wholo entertained nnd try to llvo up to curred. I expect him to return at any RVSSEXI. IIKOWN, IBsofufely nil. ruaimer's Supplns and Is belter than evsi it." This is noble, ndmirablo nnd to. hour, nnd I think tho next timo you Courier-Journ- al supply the public with prcpitti ... Pioprictois tho point. But when Tho Monthly goe-- s como yon had better bring along a sewHIDS OF ALL, KINDH. further nnd wnrns women off from try- ing machine. Tho old plau of stitching Will be sent one car to any address fur SC 71. W. P WALTON. Address of tarter baking pow- ing to mako themelvos over on tho pat- by hand is too slow and tedioua" Ttrtonaland prnmptattsntian glvcnto Weddings A cream S3 Stsnford, Ky I'artics and llurlals of all in leavening tern of men it is carrying coals to New Chicago Tribune. Mam and Danville St , Iluituville, Ky der. Highest P. W. GKKKN, is not tho slightest danger We liv ,ecently repainted and refurnished I'roprieter Al nUKN'S, Manager Latest United States castle. Thero that. They recognize strength. The Innocent nt !Inm4 the llouw thio ighout and are prepared 10 sciomof their doing that raodatc the p blic In I Children occasionally givo somo very A Food Report. style Our Rates Government tho "over womanly, " fearless, gentle, are very reasonable and a good table al all limes. pecnlinr nnswers. A littlo Texas bov, is in 111 aiieniHin iu traveling men Mrgsntssta. fino than pie roomatlathed ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., any and strong, tho a sweeter ideal as ho on being nsked how many children his As agent for the widow ami heirs of I. I', Land. Alto a first class sslo.ni person of man realized in with the II tel Call ami see us 45 dee'd, willotTer tor sale tho splendid farm ct father nnd mother had, roplied: is today. When woman's truo spiritual 100 Wall Street, New York. "I am nil tho children they havo got. " about naturo is released by freedom, it will IwVNI, Another little boy, on being asked 326 soar liko a bird into realms of light nnd A. S. Near Hustonvllle, in Lincoln country, Ky., of beauty tho raco as yet has only seen tho samo question, replied: Taken up as a stray y James T Carv , tenant SURGEON DENTIST. "Two girls nnd a boy. I'm tho boy." which J P. Laud died po.irwrJ II not sold pri I ol J II Carter, near Moielaud. inculn ounty, dimly in dreams. sately before that tlmi the farm will be sold at sour about the t id ol July, one 1ILAL K HOK-Texas Siftiugs. Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the new public auction to the highest bidder on J OlI , two years old, one hiud loot while, ha. no Hight women in nil havo been reguOwsley Building. brand or other marks I have appraised hint at DKALLK 1N- Stanford; lUiisunablc. larly ordained as ministers in tho BapSATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, jo Witness ray hand tint jid dav of Aug , 1I44. f. D MUILES.J ! L t tist denomination. The animal can be had I y the owrirr proving At 11 o'clock, sharp The farm fronts on the Dan- properly and paying all cspenici Tho superintendent of tho famous Hie and Hustonvillo Turnpike road, about one : V J T ARSON. halt mile South of Morelaud ststioi on the CinTiffauy Stained Glass and Decorating R It. It is one ol the best stock cinnati Southern company in Now York city is a woman larros la Lincoln county 'I he soil Is ef a good quality of Mine. Olga Frances Mary JInrdin- land, finely t in grass and watered by springs and every foot ol court. Sho is French, nnd her youth the land Is susceptible ol easy and piofitable c wns spout in an Austrian convent, The improvements consist of I'tw G KEEN. Proprietor whero sho learned to makoosquisitart : : : Kentucky. A Commodious Frame Dwelling. embroidery and do painting. With this knowledgo it was easy for her directing A large barn and other outbuildings A wide av brnin to guido tho workmen who put enue extends lrom tbe residence to the 'urnpikc I am still running this Hotel sad road' Hustonville, a place noted for its schools will continue to give ray gsiesls the points! atttn-tiatogether mechanically tho bits of stained and churches, Is a little more than a mile distant. as well as the btst the msiktt aflurds. glais. Some of tho most beautiful artis-tiThe laim can be divided Into three tracts of con. Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. venient lire and share. house nnd altar furnishings at tho pecial Attention to tho Travelcash when possession Is givTerms. World's fair wero mado under her dien and deed made, the remainder in six and is ing Public. Sho Why sloes tho ocean mako that months, with Interest ftom date and lien retained Headquarters for almost anything rection. At the same time and place I will sell about loo When you want a uioimiiif,' sound? ,.For a., turnout come la my of Knob Land about two miles Southeast of Turn Tho hnmnu raco is n child, and overy Ho Probably ono of tho bat hors stop- erssille, adjoining the lands of Uud Martin, AlA II MI. bert Coffey and others RefreshingliBath, Hot or Cold, woman is its mother. you want. When you want'aTirst- ped on its undertow. Brooklyn Life. for lurlner information apply to John l Land Tho ofllcial organ of tho Federation Prices to suit tht hard times, Call or leave ordtr on the prcniscsor m) self at Hustonvilie, Ky Clean Shave, go to A styli'h Hair Trim or at tht M)crt House Ortce An IntFiithn fienlu. IDIVARD ALCORN of Women's Clubs is Tho New Cycle. classmcal for 25c, call on him. Agent for J I' Land's Heirs. Tho tramp had been fo encouraged by 47 OookS:& Farmer's Barbor Shop. Jennie Juno is its editor, and Ileleu M. Winslow of Boston is ita associato edi- rccoiring n wholo pio ono day at a cerCo tain houo on Third street that ho tor. ..IF VOU ARE GOING Home-Seeker- s' is nuisance by his frequent Theodosia B. Shepard is n woman Or STANFORD. KY., R florist who raises seeds for tho eastern and at last thu lady of tho houo turned Is now fully organiicd and ready for business witk THE him down iwremptorily. Then it win Stanford, Ky. market. Her gardens nnd greenhouses To points in Paid up Capital of aro nt Pasadena, CaL Sho now has ono ho bought rovengo. Coming again tho $200,000. of tho largest seed farms in tho world. next day, ho was mot by a firm refusal. Surplus, . 000. r only come, "lie wild whiuingly, i "I "Amber" of Tho Breeder's Oazetto says "to fco if you couldn't givo mo niiothtr SUCCESSOR to T1IK LINCOLN NATIONAL. of Mrs. Shepard's homo: "It is liko HANK OK STANFORD. Via . " THOMAS YEAGER. Now closing up) with the same asssts and undai JAMES YKAGER. visiting paradise to spend n morning pio liked I that ono youg.ivo mo "No, can't, and I wouldn't if 1 the same management, nmong her flowers. Imagino fivo acres lly provisions of ttschaiter, depositors sue as LOUISVILLE 4 NaSHVILIC R. H. could," snapped tho lady, "and if you Big1 YEAGER, cf nothing but sweet peas if you can and fully protected as aic depositors in National " Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually then try and imagino tho" humming don't go away I'll call tho policeman. liaolc to the estent ol the amount of their slock ii "Don't do that, lady," ho teplkd as la the line for you, as its stable, therein at the par value therrol, in addition to the birds, tho mocking birds and meadow Half Faro. smoutit invested In such shares, It may act as larks that mako their homo nmong ho started off. "I don't mean no harm. Special Rates to Commercial Men. I was just thiukin if you could givo me Tickets on sale Scptempt 17th, 1S94. ciecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac., as fully as them." iu individual connections at Make close nuothcr pio I'd put it with that other Gcodtor return passage twenty (so)days from STANFORD, KY. la those who entrusted their bulsiness to us Thero is ono woman commercial trav- ono I've Kiveri, and then I'd Meal tin old dale of sale. Stop overs allowed in both while mmglnif the Lincoln National Hank ol CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE And II you need livery give us a call Nothing but Stanford, c wc here tender our many thanks and eler iii tho west who draw- n salary of bicycle frame and fix mysolf up so I For all points. turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us trust they will continue to transact their business Direct connections made In Central Union Sta $3, 000, so valuable has sho proved her- could git around n good deal easier than tion, Cincinnati, with all trains ol the (,ueeri and lor ratts. In our with us, ottering as a guarantee far prompt alien, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. www Crescent Knute, Louisv lite A Nashville Hallway, lion to same, our twenty years' eipcnencc la self to her employers. Miss P. M. Bru- - walkin. " UovU. uiir.rwiii cf banking andas liberal accommodations as aic coa. HARNESS SHOP Kentucky Central Railway and Chespeakc and For any information enquire ner of Dayton, O., is another vory sucThin do wo that others besiden re- Ohio Railway sisttut with sound banking. JOES KICK. Agent, Ask nearest ticket agent lor tickets and full in- You will find a jjood atsortmenl of Harness, Ky Stanford, cessful drummer. Theo two nro busi- publics aro ungrateful. Dotroit I'reo formation Or DIHkCTOHSi Havey ur repairing done by Saddles, Agent, W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. ness nil through, with no uonsouso l're.ss. our man, he understands nis business, Wc have a J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; K. O McCORMACK, Pass. Traffic Mgr , C ty, Ky Junction mechanic in our Puss and Ticket Agt , 11.11 MAKllN,(en . H Shanks, Manfoid; about them. A Cnrlout employment. Oncintati, J. S Owsley, Stanlord; BLACKSMITH SHOP. Mrs. John Richard Green, widow of A G. Lanhara John U.,Castleman. Gent Whero wero you employed S J. riubry, Stanford; work1 and satisfactory guarantee Will tho historian, is now ono of the la.st? J II Owsley, Stanlord; 'I iv our horse shoer price to transact tho business of tho Maiihorvant At a writing master'.. Agents for Dccnng Machines, the lightest draft J K. Cash, Stanford; machine on earth, London library. When it is remom-beieWilliam Geoch, Stanlord; Gent What wore you required to do? Shortest and quickest between that such inou as Herbert Spencer A. W. Carpenter, .MlllaiRevilU, K Manservant I lud to keep blinking W. It. Cummins, Preachersvill servo on this committee, tho honor be- tho tablo when n new pupil wroto tho S. II. Shanks, President stowed on Mrs. Green may bo under- words "This is my handwriting boforo Dr. J.M1. Owsley, Cashier, Only Direct Line Detwecn stood. commencing to tako lessons." Ulk. W. M Hright, Teller. Frankfort, Georgotown nnd Paris, AND Elizabeth Kingsbury says tho reason Ourllalo, Maysvlllo, Oynthinna, many yonngwomon do not marry is A Million Frlondd. Falmouth nnd Covington. A friend In need is a friend indeed, and rot less NATIONAL BANK of tho financial slavery in which than one million have found just such a friend in &OASTLEMAU wives aro so often kept. I)r King's New Discovery for Consumption, Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains OP STANFORD, KV. run by Central Standard 'I tine. Coughs and Colds If have never used this Time Tabid Jnne 24, 1(94. Tho unpardonable sin in n newspaper great Cough Medicine, you trial will coiivIiich you MANAGERS, onu powers Capital Stock writer, man or woman, is want of ac- that it ha wonuertul curative Lungs. in an No 1. No 3, No 7 TRAINS EAST. Kach the Throat, Chestand p. in. a m. p in, Commerce Building, Louisville curacy. guaranteed to do all that is claimed or mon Leave l'ranklort A Surplus 00 4 10 7 00 A. be Trial bottles free ' SOLD TO 416 Summit.... Agents throughout the South, rio .706 Nearly TfiO.OOO petitioners asked for ey will 's direfunded. Large bottle. 50c andal$1. K Pennj Attention of tig store. ' to the fac Klknorn. aj 411 ALL POINTS: that this Is tho the public is invited in Stanford .70 only National Hank woman suffrage in New York ctnte. Wo " Switzer 4 iS 7 18 40 Under the provisions of the National Hank Act 8 a 00 4 38 " Stamping Ground 7 Four Big Succoasea. OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, "v7. A. TBIBBLE, Local Ajont, aked tho constitutional convention, in depositors are secured not only by the capital Duvall ' 10 4 44 .734 Having- the needed 'gooil all the advertising mertt to more than make " Johnson caso it did not want to pass on tho quesstock, but by the stockholder' liability lor an a ao 4SO 740 for them, the foclaimed STANFORD, KY. WISCONSIN, amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol " Georgetown.....lI ...7 46 457 133 tion itself, to simply nuthoriza tho reflding four remedies have reached a phenomenal this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. " ( S. Depot 00 7 3S 3 5 03 sale. Dr King's New Discouery, for cousump erendum to bo applied nnd submit it to Bco Newton 70 uiinacouuiiion 01 tne nan 513 MISSOURI, KANSAS, ht .wuiu Colds, are made each yearto the United States govern8 16 3 as Portland a vote of tho men of New York in tho tion, Coughs and the greateach bottle cuaranteed-Elcctn- c ' Centrevillc 3 35 remedy for Liver StomSan Francisco Hitters, ment and its assets are examined at Hated time 8 ao as Elizabeth 3 43 j Salve, tho NEBRASKA, COLORADO, fall. Tho convention would not oven do ach and Kidneys, llueklen's Arnica Life Pilbj, Arrive Pans by government agents, thus securing sddilitona C 830 j J5 400 the world, and Dr. King's New and perfect safety to depositors. this. All its members had to do wns to lMtin aro a perfect pill. All these remedies are which A "World's This institution, originally established as to ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, let tho qualified voters of tho stato de- guaranteed to do just what isis dunned for them Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1838, then attached herewith TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. 12 and the dealer whose name lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S63 and cide whether they wanted thoir wives wi be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at A TEXAS, , a. in. p iu. a. m 4 40 again the First National Hank ol Lve Paris ,...C 605 .1000 445 and sisters to vote. But tho mombcra R, Penny's Drug More. Stanlord in 1S82, has had practically an uninterVIA61; io 10 Arr Elizabeth 521 !HST,!U-WESUOIUrupted existenceof 32 years. It is better supplied were evidently so afraid that a majority 6 19 S. Centrevlllc .10 14 Chicago, Mr. Charles L. Kahler.a Arr While now with lacilitles lor transacting business prompt 617 .1031 of tho intelligejitnen of tho stato wero prominentin shoe merchant oi Des Moines, Iowa, Arr Newtown 340 ly and liberally than ever before in its long and 600 641 He took such a se- ArrC.S. Depot II -- 932 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduin favor of it that they did not daro to had quite a serious time of it 645 1037 747 hardly talk or navigate, Arr Georgetown cold that he ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. 800 651 1147 let thy quoitron como before theso voters. vere v.. ...ninn, ii.r couldli nmhpr Iain's Coueh Rem Arr Johnson nt P fi S7 810 ArrDuvalt Never mind. Suirrago for tho women edy cured him of his cold so Huiekly that others at ArrStamp'g Ground 1033 Tba Directory of this Hank is composed ol THE BEST ROUtTtOTHE 11 00 830 7 oj ,-- PlltOUI5VlttC.lltwAlBAIITCHICAtORr(r tne S 3c 11 10 Foresus Reid, Lincoln county; of New York is just ono year nearer and notei awno naa nau coius imi it lrom the near- Arr Switzer 13 7 half dozen persons ordered g 05 .1117 ?. 72a S. T. Harris, Lincoln; than it was in 1803. est drug store. They wero profuse in their Arr Elkhorn 7 26 1123 913 G, A. Lackey, Lincoln; thanks to Mr. Hahler lor telling them how to cure ArrSummlt milMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, Frankfort. ..A ULLMANSAND If a minister thinks womeu havo no a bad cold so quickly. Hockcr, druggist, .Stan- Arr connects with L. 1130 733 923 J. W.IIayden, Stanford; A N. A Kor tale by Dr. S. G. SLEEPING AND DINING CAR; PARLOR CABS. call to preach, then it is certaiu that ford. S.H. llaughman,Lincoln; connects with Q. A C. and L. S. . . C connects with K. C. they have no call to listen to his serSEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE J.S. Hockcr, Stanford; LINE FROM LOUISVILLE of Y. M. ONLY physical director I'oit-Oltlc- , Tlu-- Cim Achieve i:ullntit Ilniiseliulilrr Caught Ills COLLEGE HOME, J. PRES., Publlahod Every Tuoaday -- and Friday NoMtcon-tm- - p, io t THE RILEY HOUSE 3 OB 8 PAGES. "EVERY wl I one-hal- f mi-ei- y. 11 j D. S. CAIRPESTTER,, of class-wor- k ij-t- Short-Han- d, PENiNy s Dentist. 111 1x1 Blue-Gra- ss THE WEEKLY 1 . Higgins & Watts, Blue-Gras- s Y All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, COURIEU-JOURNA- L X.I1TER yr STABLX Respectfully Invitod. 1 Pure Weekly & FIRST-CL.A3- S VENDOME HOTBIi, Aist-clas- Fine Farm For Sale 1 - s 1 1 n fflHnp PRICE, ACRES OF R. Zimmer, -- ESTRAY. I 1 . it - 4 Fancy Groceries, C blue-gra-ss never-fillin- g Foreign and Do Tho Myers House, n Stanford, mestic Fruits, n o One-thir- first-cla- LIVERY ST lo-cam- o rcORTH WEST, vi-i- ts I Excursions R ZIMMER. Farmers Bank&Trnst J nvnioiaiiG-ns- Pour Route, YEAGER & Double Daily Trains my, hid m ss mv dircc-rictio- ns - first-cla- llri-dle- s, P-- ss. A- - ROYAL OP LIVEIirOOL. com-mittc- o Ky. Midland R'y first-clas- s d asurance Company Cincinnati and Frankfort NORFOLK RAILROAD. bo-cau- BAKBBE WESTERN TICKETS FIRST J bot-tle- is $200,000 21,300 1 if 1 1 11 ,3 iu-iuiui- a 11 Fair Record. CHICAGO -- 1 liilllilllaHlllllllH solic-te- d. 1 I ..-- NORTH AND EAST. 11 RUNNING E. - DINING - CARS. WRITE TO mons. H. BACON, D. P. A., K. Louisvi'le, Ky. J. ItEED.G. PA 111. Chicago, St Paul. Denver. Tho ideal womnn is as strong ns sho is gentlo and as gentle as sho is strong. Miss Ada Piatt, lately admitted to tho bar in Illinois, is probably the first colored womau lawyer in tho world. Eliza Auciiard Conner. Irving W. Lanmore, C. A , Dei Moines, Iowa, says he can conscientiously recommtnd Chamberlain's Pain Balm to athletes, gymnasts, bicyclists, loot ball players and the profession in general for bruises sprains and stiffness ol and dislocations: also for bebefore tht muscles. Whin applied cure in the parts the ono nail come swollen it will effect a time usuellv required. For sale by Dr 3 G. Hoeker, druggl". ftrd. ss SUNDAY TRAINS. st. Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. m, Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrive Kranklait 11 30 p. m. The Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, East, North and West. Kor further information apply to their agents. C. D. IIERCAW, Gen Pass. Agent. GEO. U. 1IARPEU, Gen. Supt kORFOLKVVESTERN RAILROAl CHCAPCST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. , Descrlptlv Write for Rates, Mbi, 'umplilets, to any Station Aguit, or to Times-Tables- . W. B BCVILL, Wa'l KOIMJkL, SA. ALLEN HULL, III.. I'sfSfrr Sat. M T. BRAOO, Trsfrllaf Pm. Af lOLlXlllt.U. IIUtMJkE,!. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney ; M J ''Mlll"i ' Vernon. S. Hoeker, President; Jihn J, McRoberts.'.Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. && 'JW , fc. K .. ifcry: w