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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894091401 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. MWPJ.MiJ Vii.WBIiU,..JlMl a BWEL VJ.B. 'rntvm m - fy-rnwi- k Semi Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXII. Bro Pike Replies to Mr. Bothurum and Asks Him Hard Questions. T the Editor ol (he Interior Journil.) BiionHEAi), Sept. 12. In response to Mr. Bethurutn's Iour article of falsehood I wish to eay, In tlio first place, I do not think ho can contaminate or lower him-Bein tho estimation of the kooiI peoplo of this county who know his record, for if ho could have heard tho conversation Ol STANFORD. KY.. FRLDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1894. WILUAMSBURC.WHJTLEY COUNTY. --Tlev. J. N. Preatridgo preached in LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. NO. 66 ll fe that I heard not long since between two republicans, ho would have felt ashamed. When one asked tho other if he kuew how long Mr. B. had been married and how old he was and how old the e was and many other questions that I do not propose to mention in this article, but hold in reserve I say if he could hare heard this conversation and then heard the one ask the other if 'ho could afford to vote for a man pos- sesslna the characteristics that he said the recorda would show Mr. D. possess ed, Ac, he surely would not think that he could lower himself in the estimation of anr one. 2d. So far as to Mr. B.'s denying what 1 alHrmed, I wish to ask the people tf this county who know Mr. B. if they ever knew him to confess to the truth, even when it was proven on him, and I will ask both republicans and democrats if thev have not known Mr. 13. tosund u,4n open court and awear that ho was not guilty, when he bad been proven guilty by good witnesses. So far as the statement I made in regard to what Mr. Austin told me, I am willing to submit that matter to Mr. Austin, and now to prove to the public that I stated facts, I will Rive further ref erences. Mr. Thomas Mcltoberts. of Brodhead, told mo that he heard Mr. Ben Slavtn, of Garrard county, say only a day or two alnco that he heard toll me what I claimed; and in regard to my statement about Mr. B. violating the U. 8. laws, I will see whether 1 can prove it or not. lu tho first place, I wish to put Mr. B. on tho stand and interrogate htm. and if he fails to make my words true, I will produce tho record, which will show all I have said. Now Mr. B., 1 will ask you If yon were not arrested by tho U. S. ollteer ami taken and put in prison; and I will ask you to tell what It was (or that you lay in prison so long, if it was not for violating the V. 8. lawa? Now, sir, if you can explain how all this happened and you were not guilty of all I claim, then I will confess that I have been a little rash in my statements. ad. In answer to the statement he made aboqt me going to Mt. Vernon, and asking to becotuo the standard bearer of the democratic party, Ac, I wish to say that it is all untrue. I waa in Mt. Vernon oa the day referred to, but not on that basinets and he can not get a single democrat, who is honorable and worthy of belief, who will make the statement and put bis signature toil that I asked to be the standard bearer. In regard to me being unpopular with my party ,, I will say that I nover have asked it to give mo anything that was in its power to give that it refused me. I waa elected twice as Justice of the peace from a district that waa largely republican, and when I asked for the nomination to run for county Judge it was given to me, and I carried my district by two majority, when there was one republican that carried tho same district by 114 over a good man, and I wns defeated by a smaller majority than any other man on my ticket. I only refer to this to show to tho public that your statements aro untruo and without foundation. So far as my article shall increase your fold, I do not care, for If tho republicans of this county wish to elect you as their county judge, all will be right with mo, as the coals of firo will be upon their own heads; but 1 must confess that I have not Been many that I call good republicans who talk like thoy are willing to riBk you. If they do go back on their word and elect you over Mr. Fish, I think I know it will be tho best thing that could happen for the democratic party m thia county; for good men who love their homes, and their country, and who wish for law and order to prevail, will not Bubmlt to any party who puts euch men as the records show you to be in office. In conclusion I wish to say to you, Mr. B., if you wish, to make a peraoual attack on my character and write me up, as you say you will do, Just light in, but I wish to say to you before you begin that any assertion of your own will go annoticed by me, and that I will not notice anything you might say, but I defy you, sir, to gej the signature of any good man. be be republican or democrat, who will put bis name to his statement and say that I have been guilty ot a aisnon-est act or that I have violated the laws in any way, or that I have been guilty of any unbecoming act. I know that I have been in public life and that some'foul-moutscamps hava circulated rumors on me because I have taken an actiye stand against crime, Ac., but I propose to bold you to the record, and will demand the signature ol any man who makes any statement against my character, and unless you give this, you will be unaoticed J PKB by me. court-housMr-Austi-- K I. j if . s h Barbnurvillo hist Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitehead enter- hands at CO cents. Col. Frank Kiley wns in Frankfort tained a party of their young friends lisj Saturday evening in honor of tho visitors this week. Dave Chesuut, of Corbin, them than by spending them with the good peoplo of the Waynesburg and was here Wednesday, attending the fair. Tho democratic county committee Klngsvillo section. I rather enjoy my, Itov. 0. S. Mnrkina left Tuesday morning to attend conference at Louis- of Laurel Co , will meet in London Sat annual trips to this portion of the counville. MI8H Louise Whitsott entertained urday to select a new chairman from its ty, not because I find money plentiful, nor because business is eveV overly tho 0. K. Society of the Ohrititian church members. Gen. P. Watt Hardin will speak at brisk, but simply and solely because of at her homo last Tuesday evening. o Messrs. Charles Martin Btul D. P. the on Monday, Oct. 1. He the hospitable treatment I receive at Whitsptt are attending tho National G. will certainly have a large crowdto hear the hands of sturdy citizens. There in no address of welcome extended to the A. It. encampment at Pittsburg. Messrs. him for we all love Watt- Itev. K H. Bullock, who was nomi visitor but actions sjieak loudly the word Steely, K. N. Steely, K. A. Steele J. 0. and L. W. Patrick were in Louisville the nated in tho republican primary over that makes one feel that it is good to be first of the week. MIbs Francisco, of Kev. W. . Bray for surveyor, has with- there. The severe drouth has seriously damBrodhead, who has been visiting her drawn from the race and the republican aged the crops here and the farmers are sister, Mrs. J. M. Sullivan, has gone county committee has placed the latter as a general thing blue over their proshome. name on tho ticket. Circuit court is about over. Judge Frank P. Elliott, condidato for sber pects. The tomato crop is also hurt to tree it Morrow left Thursday for homo and iff, had the misfortune to have his bouse some extent but to a man up Judge Hill will close up tho business. burned Monday in the absence of the looks like there will be a plenty raised Since our last letter John Malicout has family. His houso was handsomely fur to supply the State of Kentucky, at least. The tomato business is indeed a big been sent to the penitentiary for 21 years ntsbedand contained note and accounts for killing Abo Yount and Win. Doug- to a considerable amount, all of which thing here. There, are 2S0 acres or more of that vegetable in this immediate seclass was tried for horso stealing and had were burned. a hung jury, besides several cases of mie tion and they are now ripe and ready for Dr. H. V. Pennington and Miss ' nor importance. Baugh will be married at Mrs. Bettie tho factory. The price per bushel is 20 Prof. Gorman Jones loft Tuesday Faris' Thursday. Tho doctor is cents and the farmers think they can night for Chicago to attend tho fall term one of our most prominent physicians realize from 25 to $50 per acre. This at the Chicago University. Hon. C. W. and Miss Sallie a most lovely young la- beats corn, wheat or any other crops. The canning factory at Kingsville is Metcalf gave us a call during the fair. dy. They havo the best wishes of all for now moving along smoothly and about Mr. Metcalf is a candidate for Secretary a long and happy life. of State and wo hope he may bo successMarriage license have been Issued 20,000 cans of tomatoes are turned out ful, not only because he is a mountain in this month to the following parties: daily. The number of peoplo employed just now is 150, which of course does not man, but because he is able to credibly Dr. P. I:. Bryant and Miss Eva fill the office. Knight and Ardelia Smith; 'include the growers or the persons who J. II. The Whitley County Fair was held J. J. McCraukcn and Eliza McWhorter; haul them. The factory is indeed a bulast Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 8. R. Westfall and Margaret A.tShep-her- sy place and Mr. William Chesterfield, we aro glad to noto the improvement Windright Malacoat and Margaret the superintendent, manages the business as easily as if it were a play thing. that has been made in tho quality and Woryax. There were over 1,500 bushels of tomaquantity of things put on exhibition-ThJohn Nelson, republican candidate lloral hall was filled with flue work for assessor, has brought suit against toes In tho yard when I was there aud and vegetables, fruit, Ac. Tho show of Dave Chesnut, editor ot the Corbin En- 100 or more wagons were still bringing have already stock was decidedly tho best it has ever terprise, for slander. Tho amount ot thorn in. Ten had, as was also tho races. There were damages asked tor is $2,500. A suit has beeu shipped to various markets and 22 severaUioraes here from a distance to also ben filed by Mrs. Wallace Goff more have been contracted to go in the take part in them. Tho crowds weio against the town of London for $10,105 next two or three weeks'. The factory good, especially tho last two days. We damages. Mrs. Goff fractured an arm by is n bis thing for this portion of the are glad to see our people become inter- falling on a defective side walk somo county as I believe it will be for the stockholders. ested In this work and hope they Will timeagu. continue It until thoy can compete with J. U. McKee & Co., who havo an orCongressman Silas Adams spoke stock from any section of the State here Monday to a full house but his re- chard of 45,000 peach trees, are playing Last Tuesday about 1 o'clock a man marks were listened to with but little in bad luck this year. The cold weathbr the namo of Frank Asher was found enthusiasm. He first paid his respects er and snow together killed over 30,000 lying at the foot of the cliff" on the oppo- to the republican State central committee trees and the rest of them failed to bear site side of the river from town in a state and its rule in regard to a, primary elec- a poach. Pretty tough on the clever of unconsciousness. One thigh waa bad- tions. He opposed the action of the con- men who own the orchard. There is a good deal of political talk ly mashed, both arms broken and a gash gressional committee, Bald it wasn't Just over tho right eye, where his skull bone or fair to the poorer aspirants for con- indulged iu around here but I am glad was broken, so his brains could bo seen gressional honors and was an old frazzle to state that a majority of the democrats for over an inch. He was brought to edged rule borrowed from the democrat- are all right and will do all in their powtown and his wounds dressed and bis ic party; aad that If he had more time to er to defeat the republican ticket. My doctors think now there is a possibility make a canvass he would not submit to old friend, Clark Reynolds, who has of his recovery. He has never gained it or words to that effect. He talked been laid up with rheumatism for some consciousness and no information can about Mr. Colson, giving him some hard time, says he is going to throw his be gained from him, but it is supposed hits in many different ways. He then crutches aside before the election comes he got lost as he was camo to town and turned to the, democratic party and tore off and that we may expect to hear good walked over the cliff in the dark. He all the "wool" off Us hide. Said they results from that end of the county. started to town to meet the 4 a. m. train had put wool on the free list and 'had W. L. McCarty evidently did the right The cliff is about 40 feet high. then placed 40 percent, on the first man thing when he declined to make the race ufactured article on tho unfathered dem for representative. He is making monHUIILE. ocratic tariff bill. He gave the demo- ey hand over fist and has entirely too Our beef club stopped work last Fri- crats thunder for doing this but from much business to look after to dabble in day. my point of view I couldn't see the con- politics. B. W. Glvens sold Monto Fox a lot sistency in such remarks from a proThere is an old man in this section of feeding hogs at 5c. who utilizes his cow for every purpose After this my legs got so tectionist. W. H. Underwood is out again after tired they went to sleep and I bad to you can think of. Besides milking her, an illness of a few days. leave. When the speaking was over an he hauls ties to town with her, plows John Robinson and Joe Bico are at- attempt was made to organizo an Adams her and on Sundays drives her to church. tending school in Danville. Club, but very few signatures were ob- The gentleman is Jacob Speigle, who Kubanks Bros, sold tho remainder tained1 It looks to me like Colson will moved here from Ohio some time ago. of their oxport cattle to Monte Fox for carry Laurel. I have it from very good Toll is a right big item hero and par 41c. source that John D. White now says he ticularly so when you don't know the Mrs. Kllza Harris' bouse was robbed roads by which you can dodge the gates. again Sunday ot about S3 and some will not run as an independent. I enquired the route to a certain place clothes. The Abingdon Virginian devotes near- from n young lady and after answering L. F. Hammonds, of Dunnville Casey Co., was up hero Tuesday with a ly a column to the "Reception en my question very satisfactorily, she add given the Misses Buchanan and ed "and you can dodge the drove of hogs bought for Bomo parties in Masque" Burch, at "Look Out, tho beautiful and too." E. O. W. this locality. hospitable home of Col. Summers. The The regular meeting of the dancing was radiant with the Boft light of God Forgive You, for Killing Me Without club here Saturday, was well attended by lawn Cause. numberless Japanese lanterns, while from parties far and near, and enjoyed by all fTo the Editor of The Interior Journal.1 every windowand door shone the brilas It was claimed to be tho best meeting Rowland, Skit. 12. Your account 5f liant lights of "welcome," showing that of tho season. the discharge of John Centres would George Austin has his grist mill the "old Virginia hospitality" is yet alive lead the people to believe that there was Miss Summers, arrayback here again at work. John New-lan- d on Virginia soil. . ed in a handsome yellow gown of satin, no dying statement made by Mr. gave Jim Buck Baughman, a negro, In reply I will say that there was a chaso last Saturday. Ho is wanted in which greatly onhanced her classical such a statement made by him and was style of beauty, and Mrs. Jno. Preston Beveral places. not denied by Centres or any other witMrs. B, F. Kngleman Bold to Monte Summers, in white silk and garnets, perness. Mr. Moutray, when he had finishFox a mixed lot of hogs at (3c. Robert formed the duties of receiving in a ed his statement, said to Centres: "John charming and faultless manner. Miss Kusaell.-oDanville, was hero last week my prayer shall alwayB be, that God will bebuying some butcher stuff at 2c. II. L. Marguerite Buchanan, of Kentucky, a forgive you, for killing me without Hubblo bought about 30 acres of corn of witching blonde, wrs beautifully costum- cause. John G. Adkins. Wm. Mosler for $1.60 per bbl., laid in ed as a Flower Girl, in white satin, real lace and natural flowers. Miss Evelyn tho field. Robert Woodcock, father of W. H. Monday night as James Cox and Buchanan, owing to a sprained ankle, G. B. and W. W. Woodcock, of Boyle, was not en masque, but looking lovely George White were asleep in watermeldied at his home in Richmond on the on patch some one camo and took $10 in an exquisite gown of white satin, with 11th, aged 73. The Climax Bays: His outof Jim's breeches' pocket, while thoy silk gauze overdress, real lace and dia wife waa Miss Amanda White, daughter grace itself were on him. It was his hip pocket and monds. Miss Essie Burch was as Heliotrope costumed in white organdie ot Jeremiah White. He was a good buswhen he felt some one fingering about iness man and when In the prime of life him he threw his band back and caught and ribbons over lavender silk, natural had accumulated quite a fortune by the rascal by the hand but he ran off flowers. Miss Jennie Summers was orig farming and cattle trading. He was inal and quite a favorite as Daisy Belle. with the money all the same. (Here follows mention of the other known far and near for bis kindness to The union station recently opened scores of guests.) After spending many the poor, as he gave unreservedly to the at St. Louis cost over $6,000,000 entire. pleasant hours in dancing, all assembled relief of the distressed and needy. He It covers 11 miles of ground and shelters in the parlors where amidst cheers and was courteous and honorable in all his friend and lovable coma four miles of track. Twenty-tw- o railroad strains of merry laughter, the masks dealings, true panion and was held in high esteem by companies operate passenger' trains from were removed and all repaired to the it. dining halls where a feast fit for the gods even, his chance acquaintances. He. was According to statistics, the total cost waa spread before them. Long will this a member of the Christian church. of the liquors of all kinds consumed in pleasant evening be remembered." Buoziin'sArnloa Salve. e this country is about $10 per capita a tor The beat stive and a half Inches of rain was Ores, ulcers, salt in the world sore,can, bruit Seven year. rheum, lever tetter, chapall skin in Chicago within It is estimated that 120,000 persons precipitatedthere' were corresponding"vfoar ped heads, chilblains, corn end bo pay requirpositively cures pile, or falls ed. It guaranteed to and It is five perfect satisfactios have died from the plague in the Cantos days, in Wisconsin, Missouri, Iowa and Kan- tr money refunded. Price 5 cent per bee. district of China. by A. R. Pesny, Stanford, Ky. Fee sale sas. court-honsSal-lito-da- A horso waa sold on tho streets hero Monday nt private salo and changed Our Business Manager In the South End of Lincoln. I had no fair to go to this week and with a leisure day orlao on hand, I could think of no better way of getting rid of (ggfflb&tffa h Villi Rentuoky. ABOUT OUR PALL STOCK. We spent the month of August in New York in careful study of the market and of goods offered and we believe we have the' best selected and cheapest bought stock of Dress Goods, Wraps, Hosiery, Underwear, &c, ever in Central Kentucky. We did not skimp, our purchases, but bought more goods than usual. Everything is so cheap and we have such choice selections that we know we will sell them. We invite you t;o come and see what we have as soon as convenient. We give a brief notice of what we have 300 PIECES NEW DRESS GOODS. More fine Dress Goods than you will see in any six stores you visit; all wool Tricot in io colors at 25c, were 50c last seaWe offer son. The new "Covert" cloths, the reigning fad, we have an immense variety at 50v 60, 85, 1.00, 1.25, and 1.75 yd. Black Goods all wool Serge or Henrietta at 40c to the finest novelfrom a ties at 2.50 yd.,, an immense stock. Colored novelties in, one hundred styles at 39, 50, 65. 75 S5, 1.00 and up to S2.50 yd. You can not find such a stock except in cities and you will find our prices much lower than any city. 36-inc- h 40-inc- h Still-ing- s; d; o qar-loa- ds CLOAK& Now open and on sale The tendency is toward very long and tight fitting and very plain garments. We will be glad to show you our line of more than 75 different style cloaks. We also show a full line of CLOTH CAPES. In all the newest shapes. great run in the East. Notably the "Golf cape now having a ' V 100 PUR CAPES. These we believe will be the favorite fine wrap for this winter. They are becoming to all, and make stylish, serviceable wraps. We have all the popular dark furs in the very full style at $6, S8.50, Sio, S12.50, on up to S40. Don't buy a fur cape until you see ours. . To select from. BLANKETS. We are having a special Blanket sale this week. Any one mentioning this "ad" can get the same prices next week. CURTAINS. At new tariff prices. Extra good values in Lace Curtains at $1, $1.25, S1.50, $1,75, $2, $2.50, S3, $3.50, $4, far better than you have ever seen. toll-ga- te PORTIERRES. Silk Chenille Portierres at Si. 65 per pair, also at Si. 85, S2.50, $3, $4, S, and all prices up to $10 each; all 25 per cent, cheaper than ev, er before. Mou-tray- DOWN COMPORTS. Down Comforts covered with finest Satteen at S3. 75, each. Down Pillows at 50c, 75c and $1, each. quality at S4-5- . f Finer CUT GLASS AND SILVER. We have just put on sale the finest line of rich American Cut Glass in a great variety of prices from 7c to S25, each. Solid Silver Tableware and toilet articles of the celebrated makes of "Gorham Co." and "Reed & Barton." All sold at our close Cash Prices. erup-oJca- s. Danville. t Kentucky. US -- frTU m- ?, Si. P .X g Diphtheria is epidemic at Frankfort more profits on their shipments. Tho Treasurer Hale says that there are agents they say have been gouging both Fire wiped out 20 acres of buildings at present oyer $350,000 in the treasury them and the farmers. at Dalton, O. and a reliable prospects of having the J. M. Salleo sold to Monte Fox, for 8TAWTORD Kt 8ErTEMBERl4, 1894 Price Gibson bad his neck broken in school fund of JSOO.OOO ready for distri- Weihl. GO exnnrt cattle, for Oc.lnhnr rta. a runaway near Hoptcinsville. bution by October 1, and that he is en- I livery, at . J. O. Caldwell sold to Pete Jackson has withdrawn his for- couraged to hope that the treasury will Bales, agent, 200 bead of export cattle, W. P. WALTON. feit and the tight with Corbctt is off. be ablo to resume all payments early for November delivery, at 5 cents. Far Tom Good set fire to the jail at Hur- next month. At present collections aro rla & Whitley sold to Monte Fox, for Betwixt Summer and Autumn. The season still remains w.um. ley, Wis., and was burned to death. DEMOCRATIG NOMINEES. coming in more rapidly than usual not- Weihl, 200 oxport cattle, to bo dolivercd Sarah . Semple has been appointed withstanding the prevailing cry of bard In October and November, at 4.87jc. though September is considered a fall month. A large and -- JAS. B. JfCREARY FOR CONGRESS postmaster nt Ample, Whitley county. Farris k Whitley have bought of sundry times. stock of Summer Goods still remains on hand and these we arc For County Jude......J AS. WALKER GIVENS Five hundred thousand people wit parties 03 cattlo, 1,000 to 1,200 pounds .G. n. COOPER nessed the G. A. R. parade Clerk... at Pittsburg. MT. YERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. average, at 3 to3J. Advocate. ......j. n. PAXTON Attorney, Moonshiners in Alabama burned an ,T. D. NEWLAND Sheriff".... Rev. J. Hardin, of Danville, preachCRAB ORCHARD. Assessor, E. D. KENNEDY old man to death, who bad blowed on ed an eloquent sermon here last Sunday. ...G. Z. DE130RD them. Jailer, People aro cutting corn in this At astonishingly low prices in order to close out. In Magistrate SunforJ PreOwing to the illness of Boveral mem turn you ought Not one gold dollar was received in neighborhood and it begins to look like to buy them as W. L. DAWSON cinct bers, the W. O. T. U. postponed its meetthere arc probably two months or more of pleasant days ns payment for Winter ia near. .T. J. 1JENEDICT New York for 10 Constable do ing until next Wednesday. weather in which to wear them, and the prices which you will tariff duties. Mr. Fred Tilford, of Jellico, who has pay Mr. .W. M. Poynter'a residence pre"Women- of tho Ashland district have make them bargains, even if you could get ofnly two weeks wear, The barbecue given at Paris by W. 0. issued an appeal The sents a lovely appearance since the car- been lying so ill nt Mr. John Melvin's, is to the men to vote Owens' friends was the largest of the other half of this sale is the fine line of Fall and Winter Goods which penters and painters have finished work. convalescing rapidly. against Breckinridge. Mr. and Mrs. Harris and family, of arc rapidly kind ever witnessed in the State. It is coming in on every train. Mr. C. Simpson, of Pennsylvania, iew8 nas reacneu wasmngton ot a Madison, are visiting her parents, Rev. estimated that fully 20,000 people were treaty which will make Japan and Corea and Mies Amanda Adams, of this place, present to hear their favorite and others J. M. Anderson and wife. Mr. Scott Anwere married last Sunday by Elder derson is improving rapidly. speak. Mr. Owens was bitter against the partners against China. "" China has ordered 1,000,000 cartridgCongressional committee for requiring Prof. Stapp opened school Monday New streets will bo opened and othes from on American firm and expects voters to make oath that they will early set- with about 25 scholars a very cood ers made wider this fall. Tho the nominee and strong in denun-- i to order 1,000,000,000 more. r showing for a new college. Prof. Smith Purdom's team became fright- tlers must have thought this land very Rather than carry them over opponent who inspired it, ciation of his Preparing to do the biggest busby the width of the opened the public school with about 75 to whom he referred as "the titled scoun- - ened by a bicycle near Harrodsburg, and valuable, judging until next season wc will part with iness of our life this pupils. season. Our Btreets. drel with not a drop of manly blood in running away, killed him. Mr. R. H. Bronaugb shipped Wedevery garment in our store for a stock will be larger Mr. George McCoy has begun a new Stephen Gum's residence valued at and prices bis veins." If this does not bring Desha Mr. Carr nesday four of his fine pigs to Mr. P. F. mere nominal price. Every price lower than ever before. Thereto time, he is not the man we take him $1,200 and Jason Walker's barn with four residence near the Institute. Ray at Lebanon. Messrs. T. M. and Geo. is preparing plana for Mr. Harve Minks' so low that you can make good fore as the times appear to be. Mr Owens also curried down Mr. horses burned at Richmond. to be getPhilip Reeves hanged himself at new residence on the Spradlin fe Whito Holmes shipped a car load of fine butchSettle whom he characterized as Breckinterest on your money by buying ting better our sales must natural- er cattle to Cincinnati Tuesday. Seabright because Borne joker objected to addition. inridge's little joker. The vast crowd Mrs. Dr. Cooper came down from now ana saving till next summer ly grow greater. Mr. J, E. Vowels, of Middlesboro, Wc shall offer was fed with loads of things left over, the style of his bathing suit. Livingston Wednesday to spend a few before you wear. This week wc every honest awo men were Killed ana a score who was a former merchant at this place, inducement to get but every drop of the 1,200 gallons of weeks with .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. make a final sweep burgoo was gotten away with. It was a wounded in a cyclone at Charleston, is here with old friends for a few da) 8. of all Summer your trade. This week you will A. Redd. Mr. W. Stuart Myers and eon great day even for toe memorable con- Mo. A train was blown from the track. "Smiling" Dayo Jackson was with our Will, of St, Louis, are at tbe Harris uoocls. It would be impossible find our fall stock almost comnlete merchants this week. The Western Union Telegraph Comtest and claims are mado no w that Owto enumerate all the wonderful op Just received a new line brillion-tin- e E. C. Walton, business manager of House. pany has declared its usual quarterly of ens will win in a canter. Mary Morgan and children are portunitics that wc can offer vou Mrs. 1 per cent., which required the Interior Journal, will be here next cloth which will be sold at 7 will tell the tale and end the most dis- dividend of Monday and hopes to find those who visiting ber mother. Mrs. Margaret to save money in buying Summer cents, gusting canvass that ever disgraced a 11,102,000. worth 10c, Canton flannels owe the paper ready to pay and many Gormley. Mlus Lula McClure, of Maneo, Hopkinsville will have a legal exeGoods. We can mention only a from 5, community. to is visiting relatives in Crab Orchard. worth dou-bl- e Beverly Adams, for the others prepared to subscribe for it. cution Miss Alice Moore is visiting Mrs. Dr. few. Scrims at 5 to the money. All wool flanne worth viswent bell bent as usual. The murder of another negro, will feel the Maine Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Williams are double the money, all white goods will be sold lower iting relatives in Madison county. Mm Scott in Somerset. returns show nothing but republican halter draw. than ever. Men's Wo can say in behalf of our towns at half price. Thomas Osborne cut Marcus Mur- David Henderson has returned from a gains. They have carried every county Ladies' vests at 5 Suspenders 10c, worth 25c. A and nearly every town in the State, elec- phy in Fayette, because his bogs got into visit to Somerset. Miss Lizzie Browning man, Mr. J. F. Cummins, who was nom- and 10c. Ladies hose, 5 and 10c good silk suspender for inated by tho republican party for counting a Legislature with a Bolid Senate, his field. Murphy also used a knife and is very ill with fever. Mrs. J. W. Nes-bi- tt 15c worth ty clerk, that ho is in every way worthy a good pair socks for 5c. Import- 50c. An elegant neglige, shirt for t, is visiting her brother, E. A. while the House is nearly as unanimous. both will die. of Senator Capt. Jesse Webb, of Georgetown, a of Lexington. Misses Gertrude and competent to fill the office, if wo ed socks strictly seamless at 10c, 35c, worth 75c. This insures the worth 25c. soldier, Wm. P. Frye. Thomas B. Reed has popular and Mary Weber have entered upon their can't yoto that way. Rev. Mr. Burroughs, of Louisville, been elected to CongreRS by a plurality master and promised the place again, is school duties in Madison Female Instiestimated at 10,000. The other three dead, aged 57. tute, Richmond. Mrs. M. J. Miller and is hero recuperating and will fill Bro cmoer uiat wc have received our full line of Fall iuiunn, County Attorney Allen, of Fayette, daughter, Miss May, are visiting Mr. Tom Townsend'a appointment at tho Baptist Shoes., Hats,, nn wUinU ... Congresmen, who are republicans, were -- .. . ...,.., ,YV. uau ,ivc you .. . 25c on the repub- slapped Prof. Alberti's jaws for deroga- Miller, of Lancaster. Miss Georgie Creed church Saturday and Sunday. Bro. Burby 0,000 to 9,000. The and us Deioic you buy and you will be convinced that wc have the lican plurality is about 35,000 or nearly tory remarks made by him in a speech is visiting friends in Garrard county. roughs is a yery prominent preacher In scc Mrs. G. D. Cook was tho guest of Judge Louisville; hope he will have a good cheapest and best goods in town. three times what it was two years ago. favoring Owens. Moses Christopher, colored, assault. Lair last week. Miss Bessie McClure has hearing In our town. The rads are experiencing great delight, Few people guessed when Mr. L. A. but such a victory amounts to little. The ed a white girl near Bowling Green, Va. returned from the Somerset fair; she visrealizing He was arrested, tried and sentenced to ited Miss Pearl Haley. Mrs. Jas. Jones Pettus bought a ticket for himself and vote shows that the democrats, sister, Miss Maud, to Campbellsville last has been quite ill, that they bad no show, staid at home. death within 24 hours. Thomas Moberly was fatally scplded, Our county has reached a condition Wednesday that on Thursday he would The result settles' nothing and proves nothing, except that the rads little more and William Moberly and two colored of quietude which speaks well for her return, bringing Miss Mary Robinson as A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor than hold their own in their strongest men painfully injured by an explosion in future prosperity. Judge Lair, by the his bride. They wero married at th residence of tbe bride's aunt's, Mrs. Bry a mill, near Richmond. tronghold. honorablo and upright discharge of bis T. D. RANEY, Manager. A old child at Logan, O., duties, while filling the office of judge, ant, in Campbellsville, and were given a Senator Blackburn has arrived in swallowed a scarf pin two inches long has brought this county out of a good quiet reception, at which only home Kentucky and from now till the Novem- and with a bangle attached and got many ruts into which it had fallen. This folks and a few relatives were invited. ber election bis resonant voice will make through with it all right. is a highly responsible position and the Miss Mary was raised in Crab Orchard the welken ring in every county in the Secretary Carlisle holds that no su men of the county should study tho by her aunt. Mrs. M. A. Garnett.andher State. Unlike Ash Carutb, the Senator gar bounty can be paid for the time be- question well before casting a vote for many friends aro glad to welcome her Of Zinc and Canvass Covered Round and Square cannot tell much of ''What I done in tween June 30 and Aug. 27, when the the occupant of this office. The highest back as the wife of so worthy, a gentleTop ' man as Mr. Lou Pettus. Congress," for he has absolutely done new tariff law was passed. officer is naturally a model for the youth nothing of late at which to point with Mrs. M. M. Curd and daughter, of Therefore his life It is reported in Tennessee that Gov.' of the county. pride. As chairman of the committee McKinley and ex Speaker Reed will should be without blemish, he should be Chicago, are visiting MrB. Dr. J. D. Peton rules be proved a failure, and there is make several speeches in the republican a moral man and a citizen tus. Mrs. Curd is a sister of Mrs. Pettus no help in him. He ia a wonderfully campaign in that State next month. We can find no fault with Judge Lair and thoy had not met before in 15 years. taking speaker, however, and the people The man who wrote "Sweet Marie" and trust that he will have a worthy buc Miss Sallle B. Ray, of Buckeye, and Mies will doubtless forget his short comings has already made 513,000 Lucille Bergerson, of New Orleans, are from the sale ces tor. when listening to the music of his voice of it and expects to realize $20,000 visiting Mrs. Ramsey. Mrs. Bettio IHg- more. And Bags. as it sends out sentence after sentence of He gets a royalty of eight cents gins ia visiting her aunt, Mrs. Pitman, at FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. on each words. the most plausible Parksville. Mr. Johnny Edmiston left copy sold. A Bourbon county man raised Siturdav for Georgetown College. Mies The now Carnegie building in Pitts- 103-lGov. O'Farbell, of Virginia, and othwatermelon. Lottio Dlllion is visiting Miss Altie er Southern governors have written let- burgh will be the largest office building The Flem Wyatt farm of 50 acres in Markebury, at Lancaster. Miss Bettie between New York and Chicago. In its Bourbon sold at S149. Wc arc receiving a full line of ters to a New York paper resenting the Edmhton is visiting Miss Ella Watson construction 50,000,000 pounds of steel intermeddling' of the English philanAlix tied Nancy Hanks' world trotand other friends at Lancaster. thropists who came over to investigate are to be used. ting record at Terre Haute. Skeletons of 10 persons men, wothe Southern lynchings. Tho Virgin and I have three No Kick NihmIimI. ian is especially severe on the busy bod men and children discovered in a cave bucks for sale. D. B. Stagg, Jr. "Why don't you get a boy to keep near Seven-Mil- e Va. It is supposFord, fee, whom he advises to go home and be The world's output of wheat for 1894 your desk in tho callnear there is estimated at 2,470,000,000 bushels as er. "It looksorder?" inquired up. " gin the work of regulating the world ed that the tavern-keepawfully littered killed them for their valuables. Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. there. against 2,279,000,000 for 1893. "I keep it this way, " aid tho mnn Drexel, Morgan & Co., backers of the The Clark's Horse Review Stake, at tho desk, "to show that I'm always The mugwump press has made no Southern Railway Company, are reportworth $21,575, wtta won at Terre Haute busy." headway in its revolt against Secretary ed to have purchased enough "But why oh, I soel Good day!" Cincinnati by Pilot Medium colt, B. B. P. Carlisle. The opinion of Harper's Week- extension bonds to secure Chicago Tribune. 7 control of the making great ado over Cincinnati is ly that Carlisle must go bos not produced Cincinnati Can sell them at prices never brforc known, Southern and Alabama Great selling 2,779 hogsheads of tobacco last Wc makcj(all of our Iticnonienal. a ripple on the current of public thought. Southern railroads. own pipe and can fit any stove. week. Louisville Bold 4,169 and said Jack Yen, thoy nro twins, The mugwumps aro a theatrical set of In the Federal court in Louisville nothing about it. is a romarkablo thing about them. people, and are always trying to play Judge Barr issued an order removing Tom What is it? J. H. Baughman & Co. bought tbe "Hamlet" with the title role blank. En- - United States Commissioner J. D. Jones, wheat crops of Messrs. S. H. ShankB, G. Jack Tho innrritxl ono admits to beof Grayson, the later having failed to ac ing flvo years older than the unmarried A. Lackey and W. P. Tate and others Louisville succeeded in getting the count for "fraudulent and irregular tax this week, in all 6,000 bushels, at 45 and one. Trutlu MY STOCK OF- next encampment of the Grand Army ation of costs in bis fee bills." A Good lleaAon. 4Gc. Bridget Gorman, known as the of the Republic. St. Paul sought the Tommio's Father (sternly) What, Specials from Northeastern Nebraska distinction for awhile, but Hon. Henry "Queen of Gypsies" in America, died at and Western Iowa report killing frosts wcro you lighting that bad boy for, ? Patterson's admirable Bpeech of invita- their camp near Cincinnati, need 85. She Monday night. Late corn, flax and gar Tomtnio To keep from gittin licked. tion did the business and the selection has ruled in America since the death o' den truck are reported as killed or badly Detroit Froo Press. of the Falls City was made unanimous. her husband, "King" John Gorman, two damaged. years ao, and will be succeeded by her Proof of It. At La ton la Miea Reynolds broke her The intersting news comes from across son Bartley Gorman under a regency. Husband You sharpened your lead leg in second race, Wednesday, falling at Tablets, &c, is very large and tho briny deep that Mrs. Mary AnderAt Mt. Pleasant Christian church, in three quarter pole and had to be killed. pencil last night, didn't you? it son Navarro is going but what were we Madison, Wm. Texsmith stepped up Wifo How did you know? to Jockey Combs broke a leg and is badly way ? Any how, if it ine organist, about to say any Husband I havo just boen trying to Mrs. Jones, and fired two hurt internally. proves half as pretty and as talented shots at her from a pistol. shavo mysolf. Life. Only one See what advertising does. Mr. Geo. as the famous actress, its advent will bullet struck her, but her corset stays O. Givens got an order through us yesObllTlncu. bring joy to the world. saved her life, and she was onlv badlv "Horr Professor, a littlo has just terday for 22 bushels of bis Fultz seed frightened. Sexsmith escaped. He is a Call and See Us. The sugar trust made a clear profit of wheat from Mr. B. P. White & Son, arrived." v "Toll him to wait in tho anteroom." last year and it used some of discarded lover. county. $28,000,000 away up in Clay Taglicho Rundschau. Breckinridge is after Judge Morton R. H. Crow found dead In the pasit to buy Gorman and Brice and other ) again with a sharp stick. He accuses ture a standard and registered maie traitorious democrats to permit them to him in an interview with troanho... -- .i which-cos- t Ilunl to Look Down. continue to rob tho people. No wonder him 300 at a "Thero aro fow moro disappointing the Wilson bill could not go through the untruthlulness and of withholding from No marks of A'iolenco could be discoverhim knowledge in his possession of the ed and he is at a Iobb to account for ber things in life," says tho Manayunk Senate. philosopher, "than a balloon ascension bad character of Madeline Pollard which death, as she was never sick. to a man with a stiff nook. " Philadelannual report of the controller would have had a most important influThe bowling sensation was created phia Record. Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brourht to of tho currency shows that the total ence on the Washington jury. when the announcement was made that Stanford. We also lead in The supreme court of Oklahoma Monroe Salisbury bad been expelled number of accounts, claims and cases We Are All Human. settled during the fiscal year ended Juno Territory, which on Saturday invalidated from the trotting turf because of tbe When a man does not want to do a 30 last was 33.J65, involving $280,602,002, some 500 divorce decrees and created trotting mare, Expressive, thing, ho says, "I cannot;" whon ho a removal of the an increase of $74,000,000 over 1892 and large number of bigamists at one stroke from the track without tbe judge's per- cannot do it ho says, "I don't want to." Fliegendo Blatter. "v Monday wined out the indebtedness '03. of mission. the, city of Guthrie to the They Aiwa; Do. But extent of The tobacco warehousemen of Lou The lawyers petitioned Judge Can-tri- ll about $500,000 by deciding When Bomo ruon lose their tempers, that the city isville have determined to dispense with to adjourn his Frankfort court, till had not been competent to contract legal tbe services of their country agents. By It would bo well for thcra if thoy never Call and See a Beautilul Line. after the Congressional primary and he indebtedness when it issued certain wr. tbia means they expect to reduce their found them again. Philadelphia RecI ranto. ced. did so. expense! and allow tbe tobacco growers Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal NEWSY NOTES. Ml A Double Sale ! 1 wcll-as-sorte- d COMPELLED TO SELL ' - I A t Du-vai- l. Closing sup-po- rt Summer Opening of Fall and Goods for a Song. Winter Goods. Out to-da- y. ' 7c, 6i, 7c. Rep-per- ex-po- st -- -- ed LOUISVILLE : STAFFORD, KY., STORE, rJ --- JXTg-m- t law-abidi- ng TRUNKS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. b. Stoves, Stovcboard:. Coal Hods, d er Come in and See Them W. H. WEAKEN & CO. -- nnd-thor- Tom-mio- FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. A. R. FXNUTT. Drugget. 1 . Our Prices 'Can Not Be Duplicated. fn I A two-year-ol- d. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. .A rv rE. Pfrt K Queensware, Glassware. &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. r if if. j. ' !.- - mwi.uyiin si mufitm ni?u'j' ryViHi'"jypi"V" rrttf H ',"'rj"1 ry SW( 3Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 14, 189-- Wk fit spectacle?, eler. Dsnke, the Jew- - Penny has the best Btock and will sell 45 years. This is the second meeting I watches and jewelry lower than yon can have held with this church in 11 months confessions and additions. work from our last Call suitings. The nobbiest line ever shown association, during which time I have preached 181 sermons, baptized 50 and here. H. 0. Ruploy. made 155 visits. Those enterprising Danvillo merTho republican majority in Vermont chants, A. B. Robertson & Bro., have the Is 27,310. largest stock purchased they ever carried Shed Williams, iather of the girl and havo put prices bo low that the eald to havo been criminally assaulted by goods are bound to go. bee their au, on Dr. Will Howe, at Moorfield, Nicholas our first page and go to sea them. county, a few days ago, was found a few At the election of officers (or Stanford miles West of Owlngsvillo Sunday a ravRoyal Arch OliBpter, No. 55), Mr. A. R. ing lunatic. Ho imagines that ho ia ac Penny, who has been high priest for six cused of outraging his own daughter and and G. L. that a mob Is pursuing him with bloodyears, declined a Ponny was chosen. Tho other ollicera hounds. The doctor was released on t selected aro D. W. Vandoyeer, king; Dr. $1,000 bond. His case might justly be J. F. Peyton, Bcrlbe; Dr. L. H. Cook, R. investigated by Judee Lynch. A. 0.; H. J. Darst, 0. of H ; G. D. Hop. per, P. 8.; A. A. McKlnney, T ; A. V. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Slzemore, secretary; T. W. Hamilton, M. 3V.; M. F. Elkin, M. 2V ; James Mill- bum, M. IV. 110 SHORT This space NOTICE IN buy elsewhere. Nothino prettier for a present than with about LONG METRE. Candelabra and Tins and buckles, there Is no lack. Rings ol silver, rings of gold, Fashioned in many a lovely mold. bric-a-bra- c, i Btanford, Ea, SniTEsiunn Danks' sterling silver novelties. m ThiB closes my year' and see my elegant line of fall E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEAN8 BUSINESS. Tux closing hop at Linniotta will ocand many from hero will cur bo there, t, I mutt confess IsmiU For one who wishes to extol The merits of so Just a man As Danks, the Jeweler, and hit plan. m c Buy your school books and school supplies ot all klmla at A. II. Penny's. Watches, clocks and Jowelry repaired Tius caso of Pat Cano for tho murder and warranted. Eugrnvinu a specialty, of Marshal Wilcox, of Shelby City, was at A. It. Penny's. Thk largest stock o( Drngfl, Modlclnes, called at Danvillo nud sot for trial noxt Pariumory, Paints and Wall Paper at Tuesday. A. It. Penny's. Pescriptlona a specialRead Tiiib. Moro boarders wanted. ty. Have two beautiful front rooms. First PERSONAL POINTS. class tablo. Also day boarders wantod. Mil. M. W. Tvukk is visiting in LouIb-vlllKato Duddorar. o. OrsTRns on and after bulk, by the can or served at iner'a restaurant. in H Zim- - With easoof manner and with grace, With honest heart and smiling face, , He has awelcome for you all, At well as bargains when you call. Of Jewels rich, of jewels rare, Of jewels for the neck, the hair, Ol every color, every hue, The prices surely will please you. .Now to to those who by reason of age, Or from weakness in any stage, The-eya pair of glasses need, Then to Danks go in greatest speed. Of one thing mere, you must be sure, In all repairs he has no peer, While with neatness and dispatch In engraving he has no match. To friends at home ana strangers, all, Whose eyes upon this notice fall, llelieve like Solomen of old, The half has never yet been told. lie will On Opera Square, not far remote, be found, of which take note, His prices, too, without regret, Are sure to please and not to fret. Now of his goods none can gainsay They are for uie and for display, For old, for young, for great, for small, For need's demands, tor fashion's call. To those who are in search of clocks, Of watches, too, he has full stocks, Cut Glass China, Delft or Doulton, Wedgewood, Worcester, Serves or Mlnton Fiunk Jones went to Olnclnuati terday. Mn. Mns. yese John S. II causa went to RockcaB-ti- Springs yesterday. 0. H. Khkmrii returned to Now ' Albany, "Ind., Tuesday. Mr. H. C. Faiihib was thought to be somewhat improved yesterday. Mb. J. II. IlAuaiiMANisin tho moun tains on a collecting tour (or his mill. Mb. J. A. Aixkn Is attonding the Southern Methodist Conferenco at Frankfort Mrs. Blanciik Sweeney, ol Lancaster, Is tho guest of Miss Ella May Saunders. Missies Lit..ik Twiuvfsi.L and Kato Drye, of Ilustonvlllo, were here Wednesday. Mim Lethe IIblm went over to Crescent Springs Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. J. F. Walton. Missis Sudib and Zoe Ellis and George Ellis, of Hustonvllle, wero here shopping yesterday. Dr. Hoiuskt Lytlk Davison has opened a dental offlco on Lancaster street, adjoining Dr. Carpenter's ofllce. Mim Ed ForSalh. Ten shares of capital stock Stanford Water, Light and Ice Co., guaranteed to pay 7 per cunt. Address Box 185, Stanford, Ky. Isiiam Hanbford, who has been in ail charged with rape, was released yesterday, Messrs. P. W. Green and Georgo $75 To Give Away. $4- W. Gentry going on his bond of $300. Ik you want your watch or any jewelry repaired, tako it to Penny's. Mr, Deckelmnn does tho work well and promptly; never disappoints a customer. Jodoe Carson Qued about a dozen little coons five days work each on the streets for jumping on trains and Marshal Newland is doing somo long needed cleaning up with them. Dave Vakdeveek, son of M. 0. Vando-veesworo out a warrant against John Harnett for giving him, a minor, liquor, at the charivari in honor of Mr. Vande-veerrecent marriage. Ho was tried yesterday and acquitted. r, 's Prof. A. 8. Voibrs will speak on proBuySjworthot goods and get book worth as hibition at 7:30 each night at tho follow- cenu, or Sio and get a book worth a50c; Jjo worth - or get a ing places: Hustonvillo, Friday and Sat- and worth BibleAworth line or $15 worth and get on new $3. Dreu Goods cheap, urday, September 14 and 15; McCor-mac- k rr thrn e.er heard ol before. Choice Lemons 10 to iaVc per doten, liananas 10 cents, or three dozchurch, Sunday, 10; Mt. Moriah en lor 23c. Rest Concord Grapes, 35c a basket. cf all church, Monday and Tuesday, 17 and 18; New goods to sell sorta cheaper than any body els Is disposed there, Come and see. school house, "Wednesday, Neals Creek C.I) POWELL 10; Rowland, Thursday, 20; Milledge-villFriday, 21; Crab Orchard, Saturday and Sunday, 22 and 23 Sugar Grove Monday and Tuesday, 24 and 25; Preachersville, Wednesday; 20. Irom the StanfordV Factory to customers regularlv Everybody, men, women and children, every morning at the rate of FIFTY CENTS PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and invited to attend. at 75c in smaller lots. e, Bchool-houso, Gome and Deposit Raiment for the body is better than gold. This we have to suit all and at very low prices. Trade is reviving everywhere and why should we not be Your money with us. 1M 1 u ICE, ICE. IN 10 E. BREMER, Stanford. Hustonvllle, left Wednesday for tho "Western Seminary at Oxford, 0. Mrs. Jail W. Gentry, of Scdalln, Mo., sister of Mrs. W. M. Lackey and Mrs. Mary J. Miller, is visiting them. Mrs. G. 0. Givens, with Little Lucy Miller, went over to Paris yesterday to visit her fathor, Dr. Moore, and family. Judob Vincent Borrino, of London, s here on business for tho Cumberland Valley Land Co., of which he is presi- Mattie and Dolus Alcorn, of Tiik showers of Monday wero followed by a decided fall in tho temperature, tho mercury going as low as 50, sinro which tho weather has been vory pleasant. Light showers fell yesterday, which were predicted, and slightly cooler is promised to-da- Wiciiavo been handed a long article by Dr. J. Ii. Carpenter in which he scores. in a moat personal manner, the preachers of Sthtiford for tho part they took in the prohibition fight. Tho gist of it is that they have brought discredit on an honorable profession, by having a law adopted which prorenta druggists from filling prescriptions in which whisky or other spirituous, vinous or malt liquors form a part, and hb demands an apology from them. He also attempts to impeach the city council, which ho says baa acted in bad faith and against the interest of the people. m Public Renting. We will rent at Bright's Mill en Hundreds of factories that have been stopped are starting up and and some jc. So come some goods have advanced yi, some and buy before the retailers are compelled to advance their prices. We shall be found at the old stand under the St. Asaph Hotel, ways ready and willing to serve our friends. THE 8WIM. al-O- ur Saturday, Sept. f5th, 1894, At a P. M 40 Acres Wheat and Rye Land, jj-t- d J. dying on the Hanging Fork. H. BRIGHT and L.L, DAWSON. Erecutors TABM FOB, SAZiX I wilt oflsr for sale at public premises on dent. ro--- ) i 5 il K .f ?. w I04 ACRES OF GOOD LAND, Spring and tho Mtescs Wray here, Miss Located on the Stanford & Crab Orchard pike, Jennlo Hughes returned toBloomlngton, miles Ky., l' Miller East of Stanford. upon known as the W. tarm. There is It. my place a nice III., Wednesday. Rbv. John Bell Gihson is very low of Young1 Orchard of 250 Trees, typhoid fever, and is not expected to Ot thereabout, Good Darn, Nice Frame Dwelling, 1 ve. His brother, Kev. W. A. Glb- Good Cistern, and all necessary Outbuildings. TEIt.MS.-O- ne half cash in hand; balance in n, is with him. mat-to- r There is Money in Thinking. time a rascal, tie was kept in jail till Wed- one am! two yearsdated from Dec. 1, 04. Sept. so. Mr. A. D. Underwood will movo His and wash oil" some of tho decaying Renumber the Sale, Thursday, that is creating such a stench and so nesday, when he was permitted to go bis CKAIG. as to CJ. fimllyto Jelllcoin a few days, so You may be able to earn a dollar with your hands, but it requires bs more convenient to bis run. Row- much sickness. It was done last even- way. some thinking to kriow how to save it or spend it judiciously. ing. PUBLIC SALE OF Shortly after the negro had been reland's loss is Jellico's gain. Mr. Jambs I. Bailey hrs gone to visit While the Cumberland ltiver Sunday-Schoo- l leased, Mr. Wickersham telegraphed Mr. his daughter, Mrs. H. D. Gregory, at Convention was in session in a G'een from Somerset that a bloody coat Grayson. His wife, who has been there grovo at liuck Creek church, Fulaski had been found that belonged to the susONBomo time, will return with him. county, a hugo copperhead snake crawl- - pect and to hold him till he arrived, but Revs. J. M. Cook nna wifo and John odjovcr tho feet of some of tho congrega- it was too late. Tho rascal had strurk THURSDAY, '94. Godbey, II. P. Young and wife and Mrs. tion. A good brother with a cano tap- for tall timber. James Young weut to Louisville Tuesday ped him on the head and laid him out, On account ol my ace, faillnj; health and the present labor system, I have determined to have a MATRIMONIALMATTERS. to attend the Methodist Episcopal Con- before much confusion was created. public sale at rnv hone in Lincoln county, Ky., in part or the following property: About Seems like a small amount but you must remember 20 yards saves-yoference. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Kead celebrated consistlns of Stanford, Mimes Sadie Lillard, Tiik other ni'ht, John Henry Scott tho 5oth annlvoreary of their marriago 20 HEAD OP HORSE STOCK, 20 cents. 1 y2 cents saved on Cotton is a small amount, but on Batson, of Lancaster, left met his wife, from whom ho had partod, at Louisville and y Several cetitl ponies and good family horses, 20 yards you save 30c. Tuesday night for Bristol, Va where and bepan to talk about Retting a divorce. 10 head Jonathan Wright blow his brains about ot Cattle,ot young and aged mules, about 40 all registered or subject to register. thoy will enter tho Southwestern Vir- Tho woman became infuriated and mak- out boforo bis sweetheart at Massillon, head a number of them good milk cows, aged bull, 3 ginia College. yearling bulls, about 15 male and female calves, a knife, cut his throat 0., because sho scorned his love. ing at him with 10 a steers end heifers, about 00 cood Mil. W. H. WKAnKN improwdso much almost from ear to ear, bnt missed the Miss Minuie Clay, daughter of the ewes and bucks, about 60 lambs. They e ewe at Llnnletta Springs that ho is try jiiKUlur and wind plptt. 6I10 was prohibition candidate for Congress, T. B. trimmed and fat. About 30 Cashmere goats, while some very fine hogs. A large assortment of farm And if you are disposed to economize, the right way to commence is ing it again. A nutnbor of couples will tried before Judge Carson and hold on Demaree, will marry C. D. Willoughby Ing implements, and many other things too numerous to name. by buying what you buy right. Come to our house, we will show to danco tbu last time her own recognizaucu to tho circuit at Richmond on tho 16th. go thore I will also offer most of my farm for rent. inTERMS. A until this season. court. It was an Adrian, Mich., man who terest from date credit sums Jan. 1. 189?. withto be you the goods and give you prices on Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes. on all over $10 Notes Hon. J. N. Saunders, who left hero woman to come and keep negotiable and parable at the Farmers Hank A: invited a Trust Co. of Stanford. A. M TKLANl. Some Old Tuixos. Elder Martin Owfeeling badly, has since developed a house for him, to prevent his wife, who Stanlord, Ky. 53 o (&; o case of typhoid fever. He ens writes that he has a wooden clock had left him, from coming back. The o o is with his parents. Rev. and Mrs. Miles that lias been running for 50 years and house-keephas now driven him away an old English lever watch that has been Saunders, at Springfield. v and ho has had to bring suit to disposkeeping time for 75. Ho has a pieco of Miss Olivia Sommkrs will leave sess her. And tho last state of that man At the well. known old stand ol J. B. Green, in Thursday, for Mississippi, whero sho has money made in 1783, a volumo of James was worse than the first. : : Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky. of tho Four Gosbeen elected to fill tho chairs of art and McKnight's "Harmony 17oG and two volumes lias just received a beautiful lint of CHURCH AFFAIRS. elocution in the Chickasaw Female Col pels," printed in Headquarters for of Daniel Whitby's 'Commentaries on Abingdon Virginian, Sept, 7. leee. Rev. Charles Clancey, of Frontier, Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. TeBtameut," printed in 17G1. Dn. J. B. Owsley, whoso eyes have tho New : : tarred and feathered and Call and see his stock and get his prices which fields of eter- Mr. Owen8s71 years of ago, and still Michigan, was s are lower than anybodys. II you want a nice set ever feasted on hill by masked men. of harness, a whip or a duster. for five churches. Ho has mar- rolled down nal verdure, writes us from Red Sulphur preaches Hinder Twine for sale. Bed Room Suites, Folding Beds, Side Boards, Wardrobes, Spring The Cumberland River Association most God- ried during bis ministry 300 couples. Springs, W. Va., that it is tho voted unanimously that the sanctified-tioBeds, Parlor Suites and Couches. Don't fail to see my stock of forsaken looking country he has over MYERS HOUSE The city council met Tuesday night business is a delusion and a snare, seen and that he IA bound to have the and passed several ordinances in addi- besides tho rankest kind of heresy. Interior Journal or get lost out of the tion to requiring the Water Works ComThe fumous Little Church Around run of events entirely. pany to flood the creek. It was ordain- the Corner, tho church of the transfiguYou can use your money to advantage by trading with me. In the ed that tho pool, pigeon hole and simi- ration, in New York, recently received a P. W. CREEN, Prop. first place I show the latest styles, secondly AND VIRINITY. CITY lar rooms shall close at 10 o'clock nightly check for $00,000 on its collection plate. Best bananas 10 and 16c at W. H. and that no whiBky Bhall bo drunk in Rev. H. 0. Morrison, general secre- This stable, which Is run n connection with tha them or in any room adjacent or leading tary of tho board of missions, addressed Myers House, has been supplied wltb Brady's t On every piece than ever quoted before. Give me a trial and see to them, under a penalty of $25 for each Tub Butterick, patterns for October aio oflfense, and that no person under 20 tho conferenco at Frankfort, and said A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, W. W. WITHERS. that your purse is honestly dealt with. that during tho past four years the board Buggies, Wagons, here. Severance & Son. X.eara be permitted to play such games of missons, despite the hard times, had Opposite St. Asaph Hotel: Atl. ..rummer's Supplies and Is better than evei Born, to the wife of James Baatln, of in such rooms under penalty of $100. A raised $240,000 moro than during the prepaiet supply the public with penalty of $5 to $25 was fixed for Belling girl. Rowland, a four preceding years. THE HERD OF S RIGS OF ALL KINDS. cigarettes to boys under 18. All the orClerk E. B. Caldwell, Jr., has left with Personal and promptattentlon given to Weddings Danks, the Jeweler, dinances are good ones and should be Want a watch? us tho minutes of the 8oth session of the Parties and Burials. P. W. GREEN, rigidly enforced. has them at the lowest prices. Cumberland River Association held .at ALBURNS, Manager. Proprietor n. H. Bronaugh, Pror, $1,500 on They show a total Monry. "Wanted to borrow It is reported that Bobs Davidson is Buck Creek church. in tho 17 churches membership of 2,071 THOMAS YEAGER, Enquire at this ofllce. JAMES YEAGER. making this kind of a plea to the ignorreal estate. Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky 1 composing it, a good increase over last H. ant: James Walker Givens is not a lawx. CAUEiix cat x Buy a guaranteed razor of W. Pigs foi sale from the best types of Reglitere. yer and if you elect him, you will have year, Only 13 deaths are reported. Smm Wearen & Co. "No Bhavie, no takie." 23 to feo lawyers for counsel or advico that There were 87 additions by baptism, Stock. Breeders secured from tho best herds in several different States. Correspondence Solicited stasls, excel-lenI being a lawyer, would give you free of by letter and 22 by restoration. The havb for sale or exchange an Special Rates to Commercial Men. Estey organ, in repair. charge. We suspect Mr. Givens knows next meeting will bo held at White Lily, -8TANF0RD, KY. t 10 miles form Somerset on the 4th WedKy. aa much law as the boss, who io G. B. Fonda, Kingavllle, nesday in Aug. 1S95. like old necessity. At any rate it II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but OllieHuqubs, abrakemanon the L. is the county attorney's place, and not turnouts will leave our atable. See us Rev. W. R. Davidson writes to the Belfor ratea. In our at & N., was knocked from a train the judge's, to givo legal advice, because Western Recorder that ho has just closHARNESS SHOP mont, and painfully bruised. He ia now the judge might frequently havo to pass ed a meeting at Bronston, Pulaski coun37 additions. Says he: Among You will And a good assortment of Haineas, Briin a hospital at Louisville. judgmont in advance on a case that ho ty, with Saddles, Ac. Have your repairing done baptized alz beads of fam- dles,man, he understands bis business. We haveby a our County Fair begins Tues- may havo to try. County Attorney the number I Tub Knox mechanic in our LrfctCwiTinf Hii good Jos. B. Faxton is both capable and will-ta- g ilies (husbands and wives), three of day next and lasts flvo days, with 01 and 05 years old. One BLACKSMITH SHOP. to giva those who seek it any infor whom wero 60, days. Round trip -;- -:- raceB on the last three and two of Will guarantee work J and satisfactory down as Leba- mation on law points, within the scope of the our horse shoer. tickets will be sold as far prices. Tit of his duties, and he being the people's the Presbyterian. 1 be last namea nau Agents for Deenng Machines, the lightest draft non at one fare, making the rate $3.66 Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. to apply to. 'been members of the Presbyterian church machine oa earth. lawyer U the proper person from Stanford. After a month's visit to Llnnletta Tiik V. A. M. Literary Society at tho Not satisfied that the negro arrested at collego has beon reorganised with Miss Ethyl Ikarley, president; Miss Lillie Toy-to- Somerset was not the man who phot and vice president; Miss Mattie Hopper, robbed Tom Ferrell, Chief of Police, secretary; Miss Mary Foland, treasurer, Jumbo Hughes, with Jim Wickersbam, and Miss Doll Feland, critic. Over 25 brought him hero Tuesday. Ho was volumes has already been added to the takon before Mr. Ferrell, who was very emphatic in tho assertion that he was library. not tho man, who used him up so badly. Tiik city council has the thanks of the The negro gave hla name as Henry Intkiuor J01m.SAi.and every citizen of Johnson and told bo many conflicting Stanford for requiring the water compa- stories that ho convinced everyone, who ny to flood the creek from its reservoir talked with him, that he waa a thief and n, Is arriving every week and we are forcing our way rapidly to the front. New Fall Dress Goods, new Satteens, new Penangs, new Prints, new Ginghams, new Shoes, new Clothing everything new I and well adjusted to the new tariff law. Come and see for yourself. We delight in showing our goods. anction on the Thursday. Sept. 20,' I894, At so HUGHES & TATE. o'clock, A, M., my well improvw Jarm of Do, Yoa EVER Think? td m m -- SEP. ao, One Cent Per Yard Sav- ed on Calicos, u 1 year-ol- d a-- These Are Plain Facts SIEIVIISBATOIE ht well-defin- ed er D. S. CARPENTER, ION. to-da- W. W. WITHERS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, . blue-gras- &C, ... n XiXlTXR X ST ABIiX Pictures, Easles, Mouldings and Mirrors, &c. iMi"5r well-know- n pbiobs .a.:r,:e ido w:e:e& BLUE-GRAS- S FIRST-GLAS- Duroc Red Jersey Swine 1 t, imi m m msm first-cla- ss jc.vjcn.t Bweot-tone- d Bomo-wha- H.G.RUPLEY, i r iMtttkm0iM nxht AND Methodist-persuasio- n first-clas- s FALL . WINTER ". tA" -:- GOODS. 9 r j.m "L. Lr ia - ,v f Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa' Another ROWLAND. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. I.' ( ff A a n 1 ,d lm km it. reported, for the was taken suddenly with the croup and Two door above Alwy on hand (Residenco of the late James McAtlittr ) & N. otlicial died about 1 a. , en tho lOtb. Ho was AT will bo deeply interested. buried hero the afternoon of the 11th. CRAB ORCHARD, - - KY. The Nobicst and Nicost Goods? We are glnd to note tbatTotu Fer-re- ll $3 IH1U. YKAR IX ADVANC3K Can be had in the market, Trices lower than the is rep6rted that when Jess Dooley It lowest Mourning good a specialty. Call and tho Baw Spears and tho Lincoln county "nig. ia improving and hope that aWWhen not o paid S2.SO will be chanr ed.burine S. PUES., examine before mahv nAVis nttnni?HAK. Bcoundrel, who assailed hlra, will bo gar" entering the ring at tho fair hero Mr. Kate Dudderar, Manager. Stanford, Ky Assisted by a Competent Faculty brought to justice. ho thought that the nigger intended COMMERCIAL BLOCK Mr. John ilopkinson, of Miesiaaippi, A select ichool, of high grade, for the thorough to exhibit Spears in competition as the F. D. BILEY.II'roprlotor, training ol young ladies. A lew young gentlemen was hero on Wednesday talking of a premium ugly, man and bo became dis approved morals willalno - Kentucky. ofNumber limited no Idler be admitted. Mavis Vertical Feed Sswinj woolen or cotton factory. It would bo heartened, but when he found that the London, - wanted. Dr. Stapp,,hc I'residrnt, ha, since hi graduaWhen mjtessary. to the interest of our people to take darkey was hia competitor, his hopes e entire time I have moved to my new Hotet'and am better tion In medicine, given himanagement and to the building and of Colleges Are tho best because 'hey stock, as they have all the facilities and rivived. , can do prepartd than ever to accommodate the public tho South. During the pirn year he rilled the a greater variety of work run lighter and sewing K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. iiooA Livery attached and every convenience Ih.n auy other aro behind in enterprises like this. chair of Literature and Natural Science In machine) The excitable Times aro getting rather Git e me call. Daughters College, Hatrodsburg, and Mrs, Ptapp FRANK RILKY, Ollio Hiatt has returned to Rowland here in regard to 77 Train nave Kowund at 7:00 a. m., returning taught Music, Tainting, Drawing, Ac . giving the candidates, especLadlos general satisfaction to natrons and pupils Lincoln County and is clerking for Judge Shelton. Mrs. ially in the Congressional raco between His wife and family nave received special train Are cordially Invited lo N. LOCAL TIME CARD. call at the St. Asaph S. J. Hudson, of Mitchelsburg, is visiting Adams and Colson. lag In and tor College Colson and his Hotel Tho curriculum will le an extended one end the pie ofand eamlne the machine, a well an sara her sister, Mre. Ware. Mrs. Kobards and newspapers are making extravagant as- Home-Seeker- s' its work. McMURKAY IlKOS., whitewashing, uo skim- .... .t 37 PQ drill will be thorough no Mail train going Nnrtb ....... Stanford, Ky ' mine, no thodur work win be allowed. " South...- -. ..........! 13 pra Mrs. Martin made a trip to llustonville sertions about hia prospects for winning, Classc will be lnstructsd In Higher MathematKzpren train " South.....- -, .......... 11 51 pa 1. Noftb this week, Mr. Lewis Brady has moved but his chief merits so far as we can ... 1... .......M.......3 "j is ics, llclle Lcttres, Natural Science, Mental and Type Local Freight North........ .. -- ...... 936 ant to Lexington. Moral Science, Latin, German, Mrs. Tharp is visiting learn is the size of his big pile of filthy 'DR. W. 13. To point in Wilting, Hook Keeping, ("ivies, Music, Vocal and sontn... passengers. j 07 pm The Utter tralnt alio carry instrumental, l'ainilng, Drawing, rc. her mother at Canipbellsviilo. Mr. Ow- lucre. But we are confident that Col five mmuht will open Sept 10, 1 he first term of Th abort (1 calculated on standard time. Solar en Vandeveer, Jr., and his sisters have 180.1, and second term will cloie the tint week ia I tat It about 10 minute fatter. son and his adherents are widely misJune. One week holiday at Christmas. Office South returned from a visit to Casey county. taken in their calculations. We have a TK RMS. Tuition per terra in first giade, in- vacated by Dr.tide Main St la office recently VI. .. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. cluding Latin and German He reports Mr. Dale Wolford, formerly higher opinion of the mass of the mounf 10 no -- -- ... 15 uo Tuition in second grade fining North trains pas Junction City as fol- - of this place, aa very sick. Music, Piano, Organ, GulUr, Instruments tain voters than to believe that they will o 00 .. --. furnished for practice Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves low: Joseph HuQman, of this city, knows put themselves up for bargain and sale Short hand. Typewriting, Painting, Drawing, 1:10 p. m. Florida tlbulfl Limited 3:3; p informed us that to be a truthful man, , Ornamental Work, all at seasonable rates V Limited 3:13. a. m. Capt. T. D. Godman, wife and tuo Hoard In College, per week, f 3.30, Good board Half ..Dealer n South N O. Vestibule la iS p. m. Florida the n and popular Silaa An- interesting little boys arrived here sevin private families at (educed rats. Limited 11:15a m Local 11:55 P. ra. Monthly payment required. Vestibule arrives 8:40 p. m. Ticket on tale Septempt 17th, 1S94. derson, who lived but a few miles from No discount except fo. protracted illicit. eral days ago from Washington, D. 0. Stanford on Dix river, amaesed a good and are putting up at the Exchange HoF.r further information addict the President. Good lor return passage twenty (zo)Jays from DR. JOHN S. STAH', part of hia fortune, by having his boys tel. Mr. Godman is Col. Silas Adams' date of tale. Stop over allowed in both Crab Orchard, Ky, 54 Kv. Direct connection made In Central Union Sta to go out on the river banks and gather Congressional clerk and ia a man of in tion, Cincinnati, with all trains cl the Queen and wild duck eggs and take them to market, tellegence and much information, Nashville Railway. ..YOU ARE- His Crescent Route, Louisville .V and Chespeakc ami Kentucky Central Railway Belling them at same price of hen or doEntering Ohio Railway, war experience is extensive. Ask nearest ticket agent lor ticket and full inmestic duck eggs. vfln addition to this the army in the late war at 15 years 0 formation. they would gatber the stray feathers age, I am Just back from the eltf. 1th, K. O. McCORMACK, Pass. Traffic Mgr , large and be served turougu uis enlistment B. I). MARTIN, Gen Fes, and Ticket Agt., wel selected stock of MILLINERY. Mr h I will where the wild ducks and geese would . h.K-- - ever Mist Lanra cii Cincinnati, O. and afterward was for a number oi years Jarloe, a superior tilmreer Irom Cincinnati, ha engaged with roost about the rocks and banks, and sell He me and I can guarrnlee satisfaction in every pat- connected with the regular army. them at SO cents per pound. This would tlcular. van aau tee my goods, belonged to Benteen's command in tho I appear almost unworthy to be believed, MISS LICCIE TIEAZLEY, A Big Horn affair with Sitting Bull and Stanford, Ky, DEALER IN- sinco it is a rare occurrence to get in sight immediately afterward viewed the trag agent for the .tidow and heirs of I. P. Land, As of these fowls, but the truth of it is ic scene of Gen. Geo. A. Custer and hia dee'd, I will offer lor sale the splendid farm ol Absolutely & vouched for. aoouL : but heroic men. Mr. Godman .....Piopritou The night after the marriage of Mr. ia ACRES LAND, here in the interest of his chief, Col. Owen Vandeveer, to which you referred, Near lluttonvflle. In Lincoln! country, Ky., of A cream of tarter baking powAdams. which J. P. Land died postnueJ. It not sol a pri der. Highest of all in leavening quite a lot ofofmen and boys called, for vately before thai time the farm will be sold at Main and Danville Sl., Huitovtlle, Ky engaging in a charivari, the purpose Almost a New York Daily. That public suction to the highest bidder on Latest United States but the bridegroom, We have recently repainted and rerurnitled strength. in order to induce Democratic wonder, The New York House throughout and are prepared to accora. the Government Food Report. modate the public In style. Our Kates tbem to desist, agreed to treat to a keg of Weekly World, has just changed its SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, are very reasonable and a good table at all timet. k paper, and At o'clock, sharp. The farm front on the Dan.Special attention to traveling men, Clegantaam. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., beer. It is needlesa to say that they ac- weekly in to, a pie room attached Alto a ville and Huttonville Turnpike road, about one Saloon con- cepted the proposition and went off to you can now get tho two papers a week half mile South of Morelancf oectlcn with the Hotel Call and tee ui. AS itatlot on the Cin106 Wall Street, New York. drink the beer, during which, ills said, ior the same old price $1 a year. Think cinnati southern R. 11. It it one of the bctt stock farm In Lincoln county 1 he soil It of a good old and young partook freely; after which of it! The news from New York right quality of land, finely set In grait and Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. A. S. watered soma pistol shots were heard, for which at your door fresh every three days, 1(H the land by susceptible oispring and every foot of Is easy and piontable culSURGEON DENTIST. ,Ti "A'p ,"r.br Jme T. Carson, tenant an arrest was made and a fine imposed. papers a year, or the World and the tivation. The improvement consist of J II Carter, near MoreUnd, Lincoln county, Headquarters lor almost anything ,h tJ'Ju'r.oieilLACK HOKsE Drug Store in the new It is reported that some parties are to be Office over McRobert togethIxtxriou Journal f?r.Jbout years old, one hind Owslev Buildlne. foot white, ha. no J.OL r, two A Commodious Frame Dwelling. tried for giving liquor to minors and one er, SOS copies for $2 75. brand or other marks. I have appraised him at Stanford. . . you want. When you want'aTirst-class'mea- l Ijo. Witness my hand this jiddavof iljs. A large barn and other outbuildings. for carrying a pistol on that occasion. It A wide av0.11 SMILEY,J.pbL. Tuosb Who .are P ostko. Will tell enue extend from the residence to the 'urnpike The animal can be had Ly the owner proving is strange how people, who oppose the road llustonville, a place noted for Its schools you that the finest and healthiest and property and paying all eipcnict. is a little for 25c, call on him. use of beer, would consent to bring about summer resorts in the northwest aro The churches, be divided more than a mile distant. ' J T. CARSON. iarm can Into three tract of con. all this trouble. located along the Wisconsin Central enint sire and shape. cash when posteuion Is givTartu. Observation has enabled politicians Lines, among which are Lake ilia, Fox en and deed made, the remainder in six and 11 to establish general rules bv which thev Lake, Autioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, months, with Interest from date and lien retained At the same time and place I will tell about too Waukesha, Neenab, Waupaca, Fifleld, can tell a republican from a democrat, Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and of Knob Land about two mile Southeast of Turn. P.tW. GIIEEN, Proprietor. ersille, adjoining the even where there is no acquaintance. pleasure seekers figuring on their next bert CoiTey and others. land of Hud Martin, AlStanford, 'Ky. : : : Kontucky. Although it is not universal, it will work summer's vacation should bear this in onFor further information anotv to lohn T. Land .. . v. tne prcnitetor mysellat llustonville . r y selecting a route a nine times in 10. The principle differ- mind and before EDWARD ALCORN line to Jaa.C. Pond, General Passenger I am still runninr this Agent for J. P. Land' Heirs. 47 ,n.liti,n ...i ence ia in the foot. As a general thing Agent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, will continue to give my guttts the polit.st atttn tion as well at the bttl the mtrket affvrdi. the bottom ol a republican's foot de- at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send scribes a straight line from the heel to you mana, time tables anu guide books pecial Attention to tho Traveltoe, sometimes making an impression in containing valuable information, which ing Public. are mailed free upon application. tho center of, the track, like an inverted ...For a., Whin you want a turnout come to ray instep. Their clothes do not fit neatly Latonia. The Fall Meeting at Lato J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. HefreshingliBath, Hot or Cold, and their features are not prominent. nia extends from September let to Octo4, 1894. I hey are not cheerful like democrats ber Gth. The Queen & Crescent will A stylish Hair Trim or Clean Shive, go to Price to tult the hard timet. Call or leave order but generally seem cast down: likelv. bo sell tickets to Cincinnati eaph day, good Full corps ofContervatory and Normal School teachers. (Superior course in Literature, Music aa at the Mycrt House Omcc Shop. cause, in early life or from some unknown 'Cook! & Farmer's Barber d Ari. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue and circulars furnished on application. cause, they were led to endorse princi 5 days to return, at one and dIps, which they know are uniust. Their fare for the round trip. Ask agents for Co 1F VOU AKK GOING....... hablU are very much like democrats, ex- particulars. W. C. Rinearaon, G, P. A., L -1 Zl.ll 1 cept their disposition to hold secret cau- Cincinnati. Or STANrORD,:KY cuses to further their dark and perniOn September 17th, the Sovereign now f ully organised and ready for business witk ,THK...... cious schemes. Grand Lodge convenes at Lookout MounPoJd np Capital of - - $200,p6p. tain. The Queen and Crescent . Route Under jJimcnltlf. lransiatlou zo, 1894. Surplus, . i'COOO. An interesting piece of translation is (Cincinnati Southern) will sell tickets at Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as fol- SUCCESSOTUtoTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL that of tho Russian liturgy into tho greatly reduced ratea, affording a fine , of the Yakuts of northeastern Sibe- opportunity to. visit tho many points of lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil Engineer- Now dotingBANK OK up) wirfelhtsami asstuand under ria, which has just been accomplished interest around historic old Lookout. ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical, Normal School. the tame management. , LouiaviLLC a Nashviuc R. R. Br by somo Russianscholars. Tho languago Ask any agent for particulars. ,u .. COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. fully DtOvisionS ofa ItirhiH.r il.nn.i.n.a NaUoaal protected aia depositor in of tho Yakuts ia so poor that it can Only uanks, Ita shareholders being held Individually Board in dormitories $2.25 per week, in private families $3. 50 to 4,00. lisoleto the extent of the amount of their Guaranteed Cure. I the line for you, at it reckon a total of 200 root words. They stocii therein at the par value therrol, in addition to the We authoriie our advertised druggist to tell you For Catalogues apply to " havouo word for "body" as distinguishamount invested in uch inarm, it may acta Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, ecutor. administrator, trust, Ac, as fully a ed from "flesh" and nono for "bread." Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, an individual. Make close connection at , Tho Lord's Prayer even could not be are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, To those who entrusted their buisincss to Lexington, Ky. edding la n, A little son. of Thomas Wilkinson POSTED. This notice forewarn hunters, 6shtrinec and others not to trespass on our lands without a all suih will be prosecuted to the lul est extent of the law. Signed : MRS. AMANDA ALCORN. W.M. 11KWES. COLLEGE HOME, STAPP, nxijiLjxnsriEJiEe-s- r Post-Orac- e. . Publlahed Every Tuesday and Friday near future, in which an L. DR. J. 6 OR 8 PAGES THE RILEY HOUSE Mm ener-fi- of claw-wor- Excursions " n f Short-Han- d, PENNY Dentist. Blue-Gra- ss Big Four Route, Fare. Higgins & Watts, Stanford, well-know- Blue-Gra- All Kinds of Coal, dirct-rectio- n. V R. Zi iiimer, -- Rwpsotfuily lavitod. Fine Farm For Sale OF tTowaen a Fure ill-fat- 36 1 1 Fancy Groceries, Foreign and Do- .,.. VtoTIDOMI HOTJEL, fiin-clsn RUSSELL BROWN, -- twice-a-wee- mestic Fruits, firil-cla- it tHRip PRICE, blue-gra- ss never-failin- g ESTIlA.Y,. " 'r 11 Skmi-Wkek- ly One-thir- d R ZIMMEK. The Myers House, ir.i . d-- op ... Stanford, Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. fint-cU- tt LIVERY STABLE. one-thir- i orIZSTESX, Farmers fiank&Trnst State CollegerKentucky Opens September 1 di-le- ct STANI-ORD- Double Dally Trains For all LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI translated literally. point. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. UlCK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or YV.A, McQUOWN, Trav. Pats. Agent, Junction City, Ky Paris-Lyon- John B.. Cattleman. A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Convenience In France. s Tho railway has JubI adopted a trifling innovation which American railroads might copy. They have established telegraph boards at tho principal stations on which dispatches for passengers or for persons awaiting the orrivijl of passengers aro posted. A traveler who misses a train can wire, in tho caro of tho( station master, to tho person awaiting hia arrival at his desti nation. according to directions, giving it a fair trial and eapennce no beneht, you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make thl offer If we did not know that Dr Kings New Discovery could be relied upon. It never disappoint. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny'a drugstore. Large sire 30c and St. Throat or Chest Trouble andwill use this remedy Buy us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, w w here lenderour many thank and trust they wilt continue to transact their businwi with us, offering as a guaiantc for prompt amotion to same, our twenty years' eapenonce ia banking and as liberal accommodations a are with sound banking. cob-inte- nt A a remedy for all form of Headache Electric Ritter ha proted to be the very belt It effect the roott dreaded habitual tick headache yields to it Influence. We urge all who are alHlcted to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In case ol habitual constipation Electric Hitter cures by giving the needed tone to the bowel and few catct long resist theuse ol this tr.edicln . Try it once. Large bottle onlv w cent at A. R. Penny' Drug Sioro. a permanent cure and Ouro for Headache. Your DIKKCTOK,: Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent and Proprietory J.J. Willlami.Mt. Vernon Remedies, Nervous Tonics and Headache Cure, . It. Shanki,aijtanford J.S.Owsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; Toilet Articles and Perfume, Soap, Tooth druff Remover, Hair Vigor, Lotion, Dan- Commerce Agent Building, Louisville throughout the South. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KV. A Presbyterian Administration. While in Chicago, Mr. Charle L. Kahler.a prominent shoe merchant ot De Moine, Iowa, This is a Presbyterian administration. had quite a serious time of it He took such a seTho Lamouts, Stovcusons, Greshams arid vere cold that he could hardly talk or navigate, but the prompt use ot Chamberlain's Cough RemSmiths go-t-o Rev. Dr. Bartlett's church edy cured him of his cold no quickly that others at on Now York avenuo. Tho Thurbers go tho hotel who had bad colds followed his example it from with tho Clovolands to Dr. Sandorlaud's and half a dozen persons ordered proluse the nearstore. They were on Four and a Half strcot. Tho La- est drug Mr. Hahlcr tor telling them bowinto their cure thank to mouts are particularly rigid Calvinists. a bad cold so quickly. Hocker, druggist, StanFor Nevertheless tho becretary of war him-Eo- ford. sale by Dr. S. G. . does not go to church from ono Larimore, physical dhector year's end to tho other. "Washington C.Irving W.Moine, Iowa, aay he can of V. M.y A., Dei recommend Chamberlain's Pain Balm to Letter. bicyclist, loot ball player lf conscicn-tioutl- Books W. H. Higgins. . F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MlUedgevlllt, K W. II. Cummint, Preachenvill S. H. Shank, President Dr. J.B. Owtiey, Cashier, .W.M. Bright, Teller. J. School Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper, School Crayon, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. At W. B. MCRoberts'. VV. Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 21,300 fc .V 1 B. McKinney." San Francisco Portland A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA pfloUISVUll NtwAtSallT Ritjia required in his liuo of business fastened to tho handle bars of a bicycle. This enterprising grinder goes from town to town on his wheel, stopping, at s along the route to sharpen knives and scissors, and ho does no littlo amount of business along tho way and in each town. Saratoga Dispatch. iarm-house- Sclhuors Grimier on a lilcycle. A novel sight hero just; now is a scissors grinder who has all tho machinery athletes, gymnaitt, ana tne proletsion in general ior oruise. sprains and dislocation: also for soeness and stiffness of the muscles. When applied before the part become swollen it will effect a cure in one hall the time usuclly required. For sale by Dr. 3. G. Hocker, druggist, Stanford. PLOWS We have our plbws in and can show you the When When When When .B -- CHICACO PULLMA2TS1.ND PARLOE CASS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRITE TO A B. If. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J, KEED, G.V, 111 Chicago, .uuiiviile, Ky. To .A volil Publicity. Young Author (who thinks himself famous) I boliovo I should 'enjoy mj vacatiou better if I could go incognita citizen of Eugene. A. M. Bailey, a Prlwd Very good idoa. Travel un- Oregon,ajhUwifehafpr year been troubled der 7)Hr noin do plume. Now York with chronic diarrhoea and ued many remedle with little relict until hc tried Chamberlain Weekly. Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which ha well-know- n naby was sick, we gave her Castori. r&e wa a Child, aha cried for Castorla, the became Miss, she clung to Castorfo. the had Children, the gve them Camorl. Best Plow on the Market. For the money. Come arfd see them before you purchase. l it!- tt .1. ,j i Attention of the public it invited to the that thit it the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositor are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholder' liability tor aa imouni equal to the stock, so that depositor ol thl Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. rive wom statements of the condition of the bank are mad each yearto the United States govern" inentand it assets are examined at stated time by government agents, thus securing additltoaa and perfect afcty to depositor. Thi institution, originally established a the Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1858, then iztd a the National Bank ot Stanford in iS6j and agalnre.prganizedaathe Firtt National Bank ol Stanford, in tSSr, hat had practically an uninter rupted exittenceoMs yean, Iti better supplied now with lacllitlt for Iraniacting-builne- i prompt ly and liberally than ever before In its long honorable career. Account of corporations, aad firms and Individual! respectfully aolic- fldu-citr- s , The Directory of thit (lank 11 composed ot Foretta Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harrit, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; , J. W. Uayden, Stanlord J S.H. BaughmanJLincoIn; J. Si St. Paul. , Denver. ,r rtm The Service. Proprietor Hero's a lot of water left in your wagon. You must bavo missed somo customers. The dog tax Of Louiavllle, turna Iceman No, sir. I left a puddlo on about $8,000 annually into the city treas every doorstop. Detroit Tribune. ury. curea her ound and well. Give tt a trial and you vlll be urprised at the prompt relief it afford. 35 and 50 cent bottle for ale by Dr. a. O. Hocker, druggist, Stanford. HIGGINS & McKiMEY. r -- Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; 31. D, Elmore, Stanford; T. P. I till, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; aW B n JS.Hocke,,Pre,Id.nt;M-J,Mil,er'Mt-Vrao- Jena J.McRobertittihtcr; , A. A. McKinney, AnuUnt Cashier, .iKd