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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894091801 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. cif- - . rsjv-- ? - - - wjl fwr" Semi- -Weekly VOL. XXII. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Interior Journal. -- STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1894. .. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Prcs-bytctlnJ NO. 57 , FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. DEATH'S D01HCS. Thero were no services nt the church Sunday, owiug to thu .absence of Kov. S. M. Logan nt the Presbytery. The now Christian church, nt wan dedicated last Sunday. Elder T. 8. Tlnuley preached the dedicatory sermon. AccordiuK to recent statistics Micro nro 220 monieteriea with 1,775 wouks in UoIrIuui, besides 1,5 10 conveuts and Bisters and nuns. Hov. Joseph Anderson, former the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian church at Columbus, 0., has brought suit against the congregation for 5090 backealftfj. -- A pick pocket relieved Dr. DeWltt Talruago of his lucre in Australia. As the doctor is on a big paying lecture tour it couldn't be said in his case that he who steals my purso steals trash. The Loulsvlllo Baptiat Orphans Home wlll.celebrato its 25th anniversary Tbo with a silver jubilee October 2. Rev. Dr. George, O. Lorlmer, of Boston, will deliver the address of the occasion. -- Rev. W.T. roynter, of Shelbyvllie, is to be tried by the conference for heresy, the heresy consisting, according to an over zealous brother,o( disseminating the false doctrine that "whatever Is natural u Ov-iugsvil- le, rw j v -- 3s i v The hog low is in force Bgaln. John Bell Gibson Called to his Reward. Burke Bros, bought of West End The Adams club now has over 1C0 UartieR 11 fnt Baffin nt Hv The Grim Reaper's other victims. members. The Lancaster Record reports sale of GinsoN. Shortly after 8 o'clock FriTho town clock does not go anymore a of export cattle nt lie. day night Rev. John Bell Gibson Don't know wherein tho fault lies. John Anderson- bought of George IJ. tho summons to come up higher R. R, Eweli bus typhoid fever and Bator five fat cattle at 2jc. and hia spirit winged its flight to the is at the home of his father, Col. R. L. E. P. Woods bought of E. T. Pence great beyond. His disease waa typhoid Kwoll. eight cattle averaging 1,400 pounds at fever and it did Its deadly wotb with un Dr. T. P. Caldwell was elected chair3Jc. usual rapidity, confining him to his bed , man of tho democratic county committee A Bjurboii county man claims to of Laurel Saturday. have a sow that has produced 03 pigs In less than 10 days. He was 35 years of age and was the son of Mr. John L. Coright & Scott have built a hand- three litters. bONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS. of Mercer, who with his other two some hack for O. J. McLear, which runs THE PROCTEFt a OAMULE CO. CINTI. The great colts Henry of Navarro from the depot to the Catchiug House. and Domino ran a dead heat at Graves-en- d children, Mrs. II. H. Shearln and E'd W. A. Gibson, were at his bedside whf n Mr. "D" Johnson was in Stanford Saturday, the vital spark iled. 'aat Friday for tho purpose of having a R. If. Crow writeB us that his crop At the early age of 1C, Mr. Gibson gave surgical operation performed. He is do-l- of wheat, just threshed, yielded a little his heart to God and immediately set well. over 27 bushels to the acre. nbout to fit himself the best to serve him. Jink Young was acquitted in McKee Sales of fat hogs at 5c, last week on a charge of murder. J. M. HUBBARD, A.M., President. He steers at 3c, wheat at 47c are reported in Ho felt called to preach the gospel and entering the Bible College at Lexington, killed White, under arrest, over a year the Harrodsburg Democrat. Beglftis graduated at that institution, also taking 4, 1894. ago in Jackson county. The" Richmond Register says that J. a special course in Kentucky University, A colored Baptist association was W. Ballard sold to G. B. Dunn IS head Full corp of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior course In Literature, During his term at school he preached Art. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnlsned on application. Music laad held here during last week and closed of cattle at 1 J to 2Jc. for tho church at Lynchburg, Ya., and Sunday night. A largo crowd was in at Fifty acres of fresh grass land for also at New Albany, Ind. His first regtendance. A number of whito folks took rent, 1 miles from Hustouville on tho ular charge after his graduation was at great interest In tho proceedings. Con- Stanford pike. Robert Barnett. " Jefferson City, Mo., where he remained tributions were made almost sutllclent to The unbeaten gelding Robert J. pay for 11 acres of land near the fair broke all harneos racing records when at a year or two and until called to the church at this place. He responded ear grounds, upon which they propose to Tenn Haute he paced a mile in 2:01. , 10, 1894. ly in 1SS5 and for seven years served this erect a colored folks college. The cotton crop of Texas Is estimat- people with Thirty Professors and Instructors; Nine Courses of Study, as folChristian fidelity. The ed this year at 1.821.S92 bales, and that church prospered greatly during his min- lows: Agricultural, Scientific, Biological, Chemical, Civil EngineerResolutions of Respect. is rlht," of tho Indian Territory at 00,450 bales. istry, tho membership was largely In- ing, Mechanical Engineering, Veterinary, Classical Normal School. The "Ladles Aid Society" of Mt. VerTho Young Woman's lioiue, of Mom-phiThe fastest trotting mare in Callfor o non met at the Christian church Sunday ula la She, 2:10. She has 'shown mileB creased and when he gave up the charge COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Tenn., has been saved from voluntarily so as to ho able to do more Board in dormitories $2. 25 per week; in private families S3. 50 to 4.00. by a wealthy gentleman named Dink, afternoon, Sept. 10, and passed the fol much faster than her record indicates. evangelical work, it was regretted by Por Catalogues apply to ley, who paid a $0,000 mortgage "Name lowing resolutions in memory of Elder John R. Gentry broke the world's ovoryone. Since then his labors has been JAS. K. PATTERSON, Ph. D., President, it for my mother," waa the only condi- John Bell Gibson, who was once the record for stallions at Terre Haute by pastor of the Christian church here, and( going a mile in 2:03 and dethroning Di- signally blesse'd. At numerous points tion of tho gift. Lexington, Ky. in the mountains ho brought scorea to n WnsncAs, In tho death of Elder John rect 2:05 J. statistics Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l realizing sense of their condition and are as follows: 3.3S0 Protestant Sunday Bell Gibson, the Christian church has Over 7,000 bushels of Irish potatoea pointed His wife and family have reeeiedpeclal train, them to tho way to be saved. log in and tor College schools, 44,017 cfllcera and teachers, and lost one of its most zealous and faithful have been shipped from Harrodsburg TJiecu.Tlculuni will be an extended ono ond the a recent conversation with tho writer drill will be thorough-- no whitewashing, no skima total enrollment of 331,000. Gain dur- workers and humanity a truo and loving during the past 10 days. At 45 centa In (Residence of the late James McAllster.) ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. he eaid that within the previous 12 a friend, be it, ing the triennial term, schools 3S0, I they amount to $3,150. qiastes will be instructed in Higher Mathemat-imonths, 240 souls had beeD gathered Helle Lettres, Natural Science, Mental and Resolved 1, That tho "Ladies Aid So0. and teachers 7,117, membership Tbe Owingsville Outlook reports the the fold through his instrumentality. to CRAB ORCHARD, - - KY. Moral Science, Latin, German, Type He ciety," which was organized here by extent of improvement in the growth of rlting, Book Kcep'ng, Civi's, Music, Vocal and was an earnest, forcible sneaker, who Instrumental, Painting, Drawing, &c. Bro. Gibson in February 1S&2, has sus- the tobacco crop since the drouth was Whllo Row S. G. Jones, of the MethThe first term of five months will open Sept. 10, S. grew continually in the grace of God DR. i8g4, and second term will dote the first week in odist church at Salix, Iowa, was baptiz- tained Bn Irreparable loss for always by broken as simply wonderful. June. One week holiday at Christmas. and in power for usefulness. At the Assisted by a Ompetent Faculty. ing some converts in the Missouri river kind words of inquiry and encourageTERMS. Tuition per term in first giade, inWool continues to have an upward, of his death, be was engaged for .fro oo A select school, of high grade, for the thorough cluding Latin and German last Sunday bis clothing was stolen by ment he enlivened the interest in the tendeucy in face of the fact that the re- time Tuition in aecond grade , ... 13 00 training of young ladies. A levr oung centlemn Music, Piano. Organ, Guitar, Instrument his clothing work that was intrusted to their care. publicans deelareJ that if it was put on one Sunday a month each at the Rush of approrl morals will alio be admitted. hoodlums. lie had doffed furnished for practice ..... jo 00 Number limited 00 Idler wanted. 2. That the bereaved wife and children the free list the farmers would be ruin- Branch and Kirksville churches, while and donned his robes in tho woods near Short hand. Type. Writing, Painting, Drawing, has since his graduaDr, be filled in the remainder of his time in tion inStapp, the President, entire time and ener- Oman ratal Work, all at reasonable ratesV medicine, given his the river, and when the baptism was have our heartfelt sympathy in this time ed. Roard in College, per week, 13.50. Good board gies to the build Injr and management of Colleges The leading sire among all producers hia favorito work. of great Borrow in the loss of a devoted private over his position was embarrassing. In the South. During the part year he filled tho in Monthly famllir at reduced rates. payment Fivo yeara ago Mr. Gibson led to the chair of Literature and Natural Science in No discount except required. of speed this yer so far is C. F. Clay While some infuriated husbands husband and a kind and loving father. fo protracted illness. Harrodsburg, and Mrs. Mapn Daughter Collece, marriage altar, the cultivated and accom- taugbt Music, Painting, Drawing, ic . giving u 2:1S. owned by G. & O. P. Cecil, of DanFr further information address the Prestdert. 3. That these resoluttonsbe spread Itew Charles Clancey, at DR. JOHN S. STAPP. the minutes of the Ladies' Aid Socie- ville. He now has 10 new ones to IiIb plished Miss Mattie Curd, of Williams- general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. 54 Crab Orchard, Ky. Frontier, Mich., to a coat of txr and credit. burg. Two lovely children, a boy and a feathers for unbecoming actions to- ty and that they be published in the Highland Denmark, Gay Bros, girl came to blesa the union, and they ward their wives he shouted during Interior Journal andMt. Vernon Eagle and a copy sent to tho widow of the de- gteat saddle stallion, has never been with the almost broken hearted wife are tho entire performance "Praise the beaten in bio class by a stallion. He baa left to mourn an irreparable loss. Lord!" and "Glory to God I" Hois tho ceased. taken first premium in every ring for Tho funeral services were conducted Mrs. M. C. Williams, President. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent and Proprietory first mai on record to enjoy such an op stallions in which he has been shown. by Elder W. E. Ellia at the Christian Miss Mattik Willi amb. Sec'y. oration. Remedies, Nervous Tonics and Headache Cure, T. F. Sellers has 55 acres In tobacco church Saturday afternoon, which waa Mrs. Zula Sparks, Mrs. Cleo Brown, Col. Zske Clay, of Bourbon, an en- Mrs. Alza Thompson, Mrs. Rosa Nes which he thinks will make 100,000 !s heavily draped and filled with sorrowing Mr. Young sold three crops of hemp, in friends, who mourned to think that ono thusiastic Owens man made the emphat- bitt, committee. all 100,000 pounds to George Cogar, of so useful to bis kind should be cut down blood would How If ic declaration that Toilet Articles and Perfume, Soap, Tooth Lotion, Dan-dru- ff A Western exchange warbles in this Danville, at about S3 50. Jessamine in the noontide of bis labors. A proceshis vote was challenged at the primary sion which reached from town to the and asked to make oath to support the wise: "Backward, turn backward, O Journal. Remover, Hair Vigor, Time, In your tlight; give us a Much of the fine fruit which Is sold cemetery followed the remains to their nominee. Col. Bradahaw one of Open the heav- on the street stands as a California pro- last resting placo, where after prayer by rain storm judgea of tho election, was He there- enly Hood gates, I pray, let the rain pour duct cornea in reality from Oregon, and Eider1 W. K. Azbill, they were laid away informed of Clay's statement. School Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper, upon took out J 10,000 insnrance on hia for a night and a day. I nm so weary of the natives of tho latter State are begin- and covered with beautiful floral offerSchool Crayon, life and straightened up his business af- akies that are fair, weary of breathing ning to grow jealous of their big Bister ings from many loving hands. Sunday morning a memorial service fairs, so that whatever might happen ho the dirt in tho air; weary of sowing to stealing, their thunder. A few days ago George W. Carter was held at the Christian church at would be prepared. An- injunction waa harvest no grain; give ua a rain, mister, restraining the give us a rain." bought 100 acres of land opposite Cicero which Mr. Ellis and Elder Green Lee gotten out, however, A farmer living about 10 miles from Reynold's at 61. Saturday he sold it to Surber told of the consecration of the judges from swearing voters in that coun Wauseon, O., the other day went to MrCIellan Goode, of Campbellsville, at life of the deceased to the service of the ty and bloodshed waa averted. Cola. Horace Miller andUeptha But- town and had a policy on his barn is- $65, making n coo! $400 in the transac Lord and extolled his many virtues. W. B. McKinney. W. H. HlGGINS. For several months Mr. Gibson had a ler, both deacons In the Paris) Christian sued to him. The locomotive of the artion. Mr. Josh Brown Bold It to Car- . premonition that he would not live long church, tho one an Owens and tho other train that took him home Bet fire to tho rortwouays before a horse starts and in consequence had arranged his a Breckinridge man, quarreled over the structure he had just insured. This is in a race in Russia he gets nothing but worldly affairs for the end. He felt as election In the church lobby Sunday and a reverse of tho usual order of things, oats, not even tvater, and he is tied up soon aa attacked with the fatal disease! went for each other. Col. Butler's fin- fireB generally occuring after tho policy and beaten an hour beforo he starts so aa that he would not recover and during gers became mired In Col. Miller's lux- expires. going for all that la A feature of tho Atlanta Exposition to terrify him into his illness spoke with confidence of his urious whiskers, and amid tho hair-puin him. Whips are not allowed on the future. He said he realized that this lug Col. Miller used his umbrella ywith will be an exhibit by the colored people course. was his year of jubilee and could then telling eflect on hia opponent's head. of the State and of the South. The col Farm products bring nbout tho same unJerstand the things that had been The ladles screamed, and tin the Intense ored population of Georgia has accumuthey did in 1573. The Interior Jour- hidden before. We have our plows in and can show you the excitement cool heads separated tho two lated nearly $20,000,000 since tho war, of Sept. 10, of that year, aaya that A good man baa fallen and friendo in give a good account of nal and they can agod deacons. Balo of E. H. Dawson near and out of the church join in tender themselves in any industrial exhibition. at the corn in the field sold at 'Si to sympathy with the loving wife and those Almost a. New YomcJ Daily. That A law In Norway prohibits any per$1.25, hogs nt 5c, mule colts at 535 to $00 upon whom the loss falls more directly. Democratic wonder, Tho New York son from spending more than 5 cents for and cattle at 4 to 4J. Weekly World, baa just chauged ita May they find that consolation promised PolkBadget, or a horse which baa those who love Him aud strive to meet paper, and liquor at ono visit to a public house and k weekly Into a alcoholic stimulants are supplied only to passed for several yeara aa the famouB you can now get tho two papers a week their loved one beyond thia vale of tears, a aober porson. ringer, la dead. He was killed near where is all is joy and peace and love. lor the same old price-- $l a year. Think ; Discoveries by America ecientiste Bowling Greeu. He was on a pasture of it! Tho nowa from New York right For the money. Come and see them before you purchase. Besides a nice little home in tho sub Babylon reveal an antiqui- and in jumping a fence fell into a sinkat y&ur door fresh every three days, 104 near enciont of the human race nealy 10 centuries hole, breaking both forelegs and crush- urba of town, Mr. Gibson leaves an inpapers a year, or tho World and the ty surance on his life of $2,000 in the ing hia shoulders. He was valued at Imtkrior Journal togeth- older than was known before. Kuights of Honor, which order he had Tho highest spot inhabited by hu $0,000. er, 20S copies for $2.75but recently joined. man beings is the Buddhist cloister at Wyoming Warren's Mr. D. F. Bish, who lived here for a Haule, Thibet, where 21 monks live at ranch is 75 by 100 miles and ia Btocked Duciitn'aArnlca Salvo. number of years, died at Somerset last cun, bruises t an altitude of 10,000 feet. The belt lre la th world lot with 2,000 horses, 15,000 cattle and 120,- erei, ulcers, sa.lt rheum, ferer ore, "Her, chapTho saloon burns up 23,000,000 of 000 sheen. Tho sheep are divided, into week. ped hands, chllbUlai, corn and all skis erup Stephen Boissou, who was the recolons. It positively cure piUi, or do pay riquir our national resources every week and bunchea of S.OOO to 10,000 and driven ognized leader of perfect satisfaction. sd. It l iniaranteed to Ki the Shaker community tr money refunded. Vrize 5 centi per box. yet we are excited over a few forest fires. from place to place, or rather herded for yor tale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. at Shakertown, Mercer county, died at Tho Voice. a abort time in one place, the herders of 'a ia as the center-housOure for Headache. Nineveh was 15 miles by nine, the living in movable houses built on wag- what known complication of diseases and'only'an illi . - ..mr.l inr mil farina of Headache Electric walla 100 feel high and thick enough for ons. . Hitters baa proved to be the very beat. It effect Wm. RoblnBon, 01 taulconer, sola to ness of lega than two days. He waa 75. a ooruianent cure and the most dreaded habitual three chariots to drive abreast. rt Mrs. H. P. Fitzpatrick, of Somerset, ilea headache yield toll Influence. We urge Montie Fox, for Welhl, 32 head of all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give A colored woman of Indianapolis for November delivery, at 5c. died in Chicago, where she had gone for trial. In cae ol habitual cattle, thii remedy a fair Electric Hitter cure by giving the claima to be 120 yeara old. Richard Gentry bought from John Scott, treatment, aaya the Somerset Reporter. needed tone to the bowel and few ce long An expert says' eating beef regularly Try It once. Lai of thUrocdictnw of Garrard, one of the finest bunchea of Mrs. Fitzpatrick was Miss Bertie Hicks, " WHAT DOES IT MEAN? bottle cnlr v cent! at A. R. Tenny a Drug Store. la bad for the temper. feedera in Central Kentucky and paid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sim W. Hicka . ....Wtftmore, pnynsai uu.nu. rv . m . A millionth of a second can bo measi i .ii .... It raias teat t&.Queta an! Cint Roots Is It mlls shortest Irvlo W. la the fancy price of 4c. They will be de- and besides her husband leaves an inbstirtcn Ciaclautl uJ Lntnruml SSalltsw ihorttit Clocir.titl short.it ys he can c6ndn- - ured by electricity. C. A., lH Moine. Iowa, lUlnss IM ull milts shortest Cioeb nati U N . L..I...IaiM'a livered on Nov. 1st, and will then aver- fant only a few weeks old. Tho bereav.odnuitUo Ctuttnoo-- . Atlanta, or JacVsooiruM. iloriii. rccommeuu (.nuiu.iiin . tldi. Haiti, ,A Susan Bolen died at Greenville, O., athlete, gymnam, Inbicyclist, forloot bail player ed onea have the unaffected sympathy of age 1,400. Advocate. , brulieu, ipraina general and the profession SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS ana tinnetsoi aged 111. and dislocations: alio tor so'enes In Loudoun county, Va is one of many friends in thia section. e all of th. aoor. points. Thronf h, Tars to TIcksDan an When applied bercre tne part BeltwenOnlr in. runnlnn Ihroafli tars tlntUnatl fci kaexriU. ut ta mude. the largest fruit farms in the country. come swollen it will eifect a euro in one ha.t the Mt ;Uo ibM Guaranteed Oure. Xh.UW7X C Dlrttt Un. to T.xas an California. From Urleaas r While in Chicago, Mr. Charle L. Kahler.a LoaisTlIIt, time usuclly required. Hocker, druggist, 60,000 vines, 45,000 peach via ShnVtiport. Ask axtnts auonttuurs to We authorise our advertised druggist to tell you It contains prominent shoe merchant of De Moines, Iowa, For aie by Dr.d. O. fchflbrTllL.nl Lawrtncfburr.dlmt connection Is mJ at Ltxiafka Or. King's New Discovery for Consumption, treesi 8.000 quince and pear trees, and bad quite a serious time of it. He took such a le.lib ,..tltM train U all points bUu Q nIXEAn30K. Cough and Colds, upon this condition; If you ver cold that he could hardly talk or navigate, Qen'l Pass'r Artnt, ClacinnaU. O. or any i.ung, several hundred English walnut and but the prompt ue ot Chamberlain's Cough are amicteu witn a tougn, y A. M. Bailey, a weU.knjvrn citUen of Xugene. Throat or Cheat Trouble andwill use thii remedy cured him of hi cold u quickly that other at The enterprise OreBon,ayhiwifehafor year been troub ed according to direction, giving fair trial and Italian chestnut treea. the hotel who had had cold followed hi example QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. with chronic diarrhoea and used many remedies expenncc no benefit, you may ita return the bottle began aa the experiment of two brothertii and half a doien person ordered It from the near-e- lt w h l.ttle relief until he tried Chamberlain'. diug store. They were profuse in ha and have your money telunded. We could not Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which you make this offer If we did not know that Dr King who believed that the Northern Virginia thank to Mr. Hahlcr tor telling them how to their cure cureu her ound and well. Giro it a trial and Mew Discovery could De relied upon. It never cold so quickly. It will be surprised at the prompt relief by annrd. G. disappoints. Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny' country waa admirably Baited to the a bad sale by Dr. S, G. Hocker, druggist, Dr. b. Fr it and jo cent bottle lor aala drug (tore. Large site 50c and $1. growing of fruits. Hocker, druggi", Stanford. car-load ed - 23,-3- 23 99&o PUR,E Gib-eo- n, psa-tor- ol n Stanford Female College. Next Session Tuesday, Sep. two-year-ol- 1 S50-pou- State CollegeKentiieky Opens September s, Bftcrl-fic- COLLEGE HOME, J. clasj-wor- k. ofll-cr15,-00- c, Short-Han- d. STAPP, PRES., ..- were-treatln- a up-o- Buy Your Books - At W. B. MCRoberts'. ... ll PLOWS - Uub-tonvlll- e, twico-a-wee- Best Plow on the ket. Mar- mi d Semi-Wkkk- ly - Ex-Senat- or HlGGINS & McKINNEY. F 17 e, ex-pb- 109 23 90 J mm ?,nrT-lvj- rt. 8Un-for- d. l Kern-ed- Stan-fol- d. J , a TwwsTraPvTTTrTTn? Interior Journrl To prevent a resort to mob violence, the execution of the law must be swift and the punishment certain. People see how laxly the laws are administered anu how many escapo proper punishment, and a spirit of disgust and resentment possesses them. They then take the law Into their own hands and meto out the punishment the law in many cases operates to prevent. Virginia gave an example of.'quick nnd certain justice tlje other day that it would bo well for other States to emulate, if they would keep down mobs and do away with the servi ces of Ju Igo Lynch. In Caroline county. Va.. a necro feloniously assaulted a lie was white child, seven year-olcaptured, indicted, tried, convicted and sentenced to death, all with 24 hours and not a word about mobs was beard. d - nrpm- - 'ifnfi IT""' "!' " r - S5 C2 is ; -- t lk fr t V iff I i I w ir ' ri 1 ti it H fc ( ? The Opera House at Lexington has A GOOD BREAKFAST. refused Miss Pollard a date. The Enquirer says that betting is Ho Didn't Know, liut III Ilcftrt Was la the Bight I'lare. oven in Lexington that Breckinridge Qcorgo Richards, tho olover Launco-lo- t September 18, 1894 Btantord Kt., will bo declared the nominee. Jones of "A Temperance Town," At Harrodsburg the other day Judge tells a story that happened to him on Cardwell fined two colored girls five dol- his Inst visit to Denver. Ho says ho woe W. P. WALTON. lars and costs each for walking the streets walking along Laramio street when ha heard 6omo ono say, "Hollo, Georgel" dressed as men. Ho looked nround and NOMINEES. John and Alexander Tyler, brothers coming toward him, saw a yonng man At the Louisville Store last week was quite a success. DEMOCRATIC People foi holding out his Northport, and prominent planters, near hand, saying, "Don't you know me?" -- JAS. B. Jl'CItEAIlY -- .. miles around attended the sale and every one went away FOK COXQKESS Ala., fought a duel. One is dead and the "Woll, you havo got tho host of mo, " loaded down with, For County Judee AS. WALKER GIVENS J other can not livo. said George. "I do not " G. B. COOPER Clerk Alcorn walked to Lou , whom you Mrs. America "Woll, I'm Jim " Attorney......... J. U. PAXTON isville from her home in Bullitt county holpod onco nbout threo years ago in T. D. NEWLAND Sheriff. after her husband whipped hor, and Frisco, and, Georgo, l'vo never forgotE. D. KENNEDY Alienor ten it, nnd I nlwoys wanted to do someDEI10RD ' .... G. W. Jailer committed suicide. of Rockford, 111., thing for you to get ovon, but l'vo novcr Mitrte Stanford Pre- DAWSON Col. T. G. Lawler, W. I. cinct of the Fcen yon since To tell yon tho truth, was elected commaudcr.in-chie- f BENEDICT " .T. J. Conub!e Jo I'voiover had tho money enough to do G. A. R,, over I. N. Walker, of Indianso if IhncL" Bought at one-hal- f of actual value. New goods arc fpiling in on us "Oh, that's nil right," said Georgo. every day, a perfect feast for the eyes of the lovers! of ! beauty apolis, by 11 votes. gamest fight against the After the and Thk Courier Journal states the vote as New York's public schools now "What aro you doing now?" greatest odds over known, Col. Breckin- follow?: For Owens 8,102, for Breckinstyle, and satisfaction to the purses of those who children, and there "Thosamoold thing gambling, " ridge's defeat1 by the small plurality of ridge 7.GS7, for Settle 3,407, plurality for teach nearly 337,000 Jim, "but with tho samo bad in ntill a demand for new buildings to 415 is almost in the nature of a vindicaluck. l'vo novcr had enough to gut over Owens 415. Desha Breckinridge figures hold many more thousands. tion. With the women, the press, the the plurality down to 144 and saya be is n two bit meal, and I'm hroko now, but Lije Sebroe, republican candidate I'll tell you what I'll do lend me if 1, preachers, gamblers and what nots fight- euro that the committee will find his disthe Owensboro and I'll go and try to win out someing him in season and out, and then un- father is chosen when it meets. A con-- , for Congress from thing, and if I do I'll glvo you what 1 trict, was caught in a poker raid at able to beat him more than that his hold test is probablo on numerous grounds. hear tho tin horn gamblers toll about and heavily fined. on the people is most remarkable. It is alleged that five polls in Scott were The stock contains all the most beautiful goods of recent manufac-tute- , ' The first snow of the season in the a high toned breakfast." Handicapped as ho was, it was sheer kept open till G o'clock and that 500 illeGoorgo gave him tho dollar and reThursday at Havre, all the proper and stylish garments for Irnlland Winter wear. desperation for him to have made the gal votes were cast, many of them toughs Unit'ed States fell ground being covered to tho turned to his hotel, thinking that would In Dress Goods, (Flannels, Underwear, and Gents Furnisliing Goods race, after making the serious blunder of from the Latonia races. In Woodford Mont, tho bo tho last of Jim nnd tho dollar. About defending the Pollard suit and of ap there were 400 more votes cast than the depth of three or four inches. 8 o'clock is complete. A bigjlincof planter knock nt tho next morning came a our line 15. Cooper, a wealthy cotton his door. Getting np nnd openpearing himself upon the witness stand. democrats claim and so on. But Breckwas snoi ing it, who Bhould ho behold but Jim, As the judgment could not have been inridge and his followers bad better go living near Tuscaloosa, Aia., ambush and his body all smiles and jollity, who walked into made out of him, it would have been slow nnd bo sure they are right before and killed from money. his room, put his hand iu his pocket much better to have let it gone by de- proceeding. The people are tired of this robbed of considerable notorious Gillis Johnson, of and drew out n quantity of gold and The fault and plead blackmail or anything nasty business. silver monoy, saying: "I hit Bell, is at last In duranco vile, having on that dollar you gnvo ma it for T1G0 but the plea he did. After that serious Now dress Gap. There Witit, Gov. McCreary'a admirable re- been caught at Cumberland blunder he should have quietly retired yourself, and wo will go np to Tortonl's BgainBt him. Just received aid the prices marked ctrcmcly low. In our and havo that breakfast, and I don't from public view, conducted himself be- cord in Congress and his valuable exper- are many charges liner New York has caro what it costs. " The American comingly and the result of the primary ience to enablo him to do much more in six Georgo did so, and in a short timo shows that when he offered again for his for his country and his constituency, we made tho trip from Southampton seven hours and 21 minutes, beat- they arrived nt tbo restaurant, sat down, people's suffrages be would not haye do not so3 how any patriotic citizen can days hour and and tho waiter brought tho bill of faro. been given a stone. A campaign of consent to throw bis vote away on Rob- ing tbo previous record by one Jim looked it over in a puzzled sort of would have thus been averted erts or Demaree. They, of course, stand 17 minutes. way, then handed it to George, saying, In replying to ranic-li- n Senator Uullom and Kentucky spared a most disgraceful no chance of election, and would be "You order." McVeagh at Robinson, 111., said the canvass. As it is the silver tongue worse than notches upon a stick if they Georgo replied: "No. You aro giving the republicans would not tho broakfast Yon order." Jim took We canjfurnish you with most any style and pricc'.f thoc you want. seems to be done for, with nothing in should be sent to Washington. law If they got the chance, for it tho menu card, and a look of dismay Don't fcrgct to look at ourjlinc of the future to illumine his pathway. Judge Sterling B. Tonby, candidate npmled revision. camo over his face, for Ijo know no & inoro about ordering n high toned breakA pbouinbnt republican of the 11th for judge of the court of appeals, seems A lady passonger on one oj tho C. district said to us the other day that if to be struck on bia personal pulchritude. 0. trains gave birth to a baby boy, near fast than a child Ho looked at the Hon. D. G. Colson was nominated for A half page picture of him appeared in Mayaville. Ono of tho passengers named card, then at George, wrntchM his Tho child will head, turned to tho waiter nnd called Congress he would have to import more several Louisville papers Sunday, which it C. & 0. out, "Say, waiter, bring ns $25 wortli voter and buy more votes than even bis Bhowa he has a right to be. If he is half not live long, as the name will kill It. of ham and eggs. " Exchange. "barl" could accomplish. He further as good a lawyer as he is gifted in good Isaac Pearson, of Brookvillo, Ind , Ard Telescopes. How to Make Lcninn IMr. said that owing to local complications he looks, he ought to get there without half couldn't sleep in his bed and tried the Mm Saunders, a recently ninrried would not be able to carry his own, Bell, trying. hayloft. Ho succoeded in getting to county, unlees he brings voters from night rolled out of lady of Austin, Tex., had no practical The Congressional nomination will be sleep, but during the breaking his neck. knowledge of cooking, but tho bought a Tennessee or resorts to the other similar by the loft to the ground, made in the Louisville district cookbook and mado an earnest effort to methods of those who regard the averAt Gatesville, Tex.. J. L. Goodman, ovcrcomo her deficiencies. primary election, with the result much of purchase and Voice, and B G. age voter as an article PnnnWa "I wish yon would mako n lemon plo in doubt. There are three candidates, .jun. i Tho sale. The gentleman further said in anArmstrong, editor of The Star, fought a for dinner. My mother used to make Carutb, Atberton and McDermott, with swer to a question that John D. White were killed. the race between the first two. Ather-to- n duel on the street and both nowspaper such nioo lemon pie," said Mr. Saunwould not remain in the race. He recders ono day. A. URBANSKYI& CO.Proprictoi result of a has a "barl" and the chances are The fight was the "Woll, if you want any lomon pies, ognizes that he is a back number and controversy. T; D. RANEY, Manager. that be will win. you got your mother to mako them the people remember his numerous misCongressman William L. Wilfon is for can " you. takes when he was in the noontide of his The apparent nominee for Congress in in London, greatly improved by his sea warmly. I'll not do it, sho replied official glory. Col. Adams, our inter- the 7th district, Hon. W 0. Owens, is voyage. In an interview he" Baid the "Why, I am surprised to bear you viewed thinks, deserves an indorsement finely equipped for the position. He is a United States would never revert to talk that way. " and is confident that the people, recog- man of affairs and the Ashland district nor to a blind, greedy, sel"I don't caro if yon aro surprised. nizing his ability and worth, will accord will not suffer in his bands. He baa fish protection. I'm not going to burn mysolf up for noit to him. character and courage, along with a head There is encouragement in the con- body. I was reading the recipo in tho cookbook yesterday, and it winds up, Of Zinc and CanvassJCovcrcd Round and Square Top full of horse sense. tinued improvement in the business sit- 'Then Although each claims to hr.ro authensit on a hot stovo and stir con weekly trade re uation reported by the tic returns, no two of the daily papers Tub people of the Ashland district did viewB. At tho South, especially, the re- stantly. ' I oxToct almoot anybody would stir constantly while sitting ou n hot give them exactly alike. They all agree not heed Bro. Barnes' advice to "vote is marked and commercial travel- stove, but I'm not going to mako any that Owens is the nominee, however, for Breckinridge and save a soul," but vival ers report the prospects exceptionally experiments. Catch mo sitting on a and that he carried Scott, Woodford. they came very near doing it. hot 6tovol" Life's Calendar. bright Breckinridge and Oldham. Franklin The cuBtom of publishing in the The war is at lostoverintbe7th. Now has Bourbon, Fayette, Owrn and HenTariicHl IVmu. newspapers throughout the country the ry. Settle only got 3.3S0 votes in the let us have peace. Sho was tho "lay reporter" of Tho letters at, postofiices And Hags. list of unclaimed district, and only beat Breckinridge in Daily Planotary System, and bIig was IT IS OWENS. will bo abandoned, and the- - list will be "doing" her first batoball gnma receivbis own (Owen) county by 217, "Can hulletined in the postoffice building you toll me, sir, " sho inquired of a ing 1,300 votes to the colonel 1,143. Had Chances for Contest Very Slim. departThis will save the hereafter. looking old gentleman wllo sat not Fayette failed to give him as The Lexington Leader sent us the folnext to hor "can you toll mo why they ment $20,000 a year. many votes as be expected, the silver lowing at 4 o'clock yesterday, in response Ben Adams was very artistically ex havo two umpires?" We arc rcceiving-- full line of tongue would not have been silenced, to a request for the latest news of the "Certainly, mndam," ho replied, with ecuted by the sheriff of Christian at and with Settle out of the race, he would race: Friday, for the murder of an- dignified courUy. "It is in order that have won hands down. Owens mado whenever ono of them is crippled or Owens plurality on face of returns still other negro. His neck was broken and light of Settle and called him Breckinas between 300 and 400. Unless he died in 12 minuteB. Ho protested to killed by an infuriated player the game stands may not lw unnuxwsarily delayed. " ridge's little joker, but he owes his nomofficial counts of and the last that the shooting was accidental. And that evening, iw the editor lit ination to his candidacy. "Doc" Gilliland, "Buck" McAlister hi3 editorial pipowith tho choicest parareduce these figures very much it is 'unZincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. John L. Bosley announces that he has likely that Breckinridge will contest. and Wesley Vaught have been arrested graph in her copy, lw assignwl her to retired from the editorial control of the for burning William James' barn iu Pu- tho underwear articlo again, to tho bitBreckinridge's friends claim to have figWinchester Sun till after be gets through laski some three months ago. Gilliland ter disappointment of a youug man of ures giving Owens only 144 plurality and is the father of the Gilliland boya who ideas who wished to mako himwlf farunning for Congress. On the morning mous as a reporter iu that branch of of the 7th of November he will resume say they can overcome that by proof of were lynched some three years ago for journalism. Exchange. Can sell them at prices never brfore known. We makcall of our business at the old stand, a wiser and a frauds. Owens is regarded as a certain the assassination of Sheriff McHargue. Poor Madeline. The theater mana- poorer man, after paying tne office boy winner. He Obeyed. own pipe and can fit any stove. Leader. Jaggs How did yon over daro to gers of the country have refused to give to kick him black and blue for being Miss Benton? rantankeroua idiot as Miss Pollard dates at their houses, and such a NEWSY NOTES. Naggs Sho was speaking of banditti to give up good money and time to folthe Actors' Union denounces ner pro- Edward Miller blew a burglar's head posalto'goonthestageaB"an insult to that night as wo drove through tho strip low the ignis fatuus of political ambition, off at Houston, O. of woods by tho river and remarked, profession and the American peowhich in nearly every 'case proves the "What a romantic plaoo to bo held npl" Over 33,000 children are enrolled in the MY STOCK OF- ple." assertion of Judge Jewell, that politics Jaggs Yes? the public schools of Cincinnati. the coffee crop of Estimates place is hell. Naggs Well, I hold her up. Life. 0. E. Schaff baa been appointed as- 1894 at 12,600,000 bags, the largest in.the general manager of the Big Four. atmals of the trade. The maximum conIt is usually the unexpected that hap- sistant Spore Iloom. Kenner Taylor cowhided Pythian sumption of coffee is 10,500,000 bags and pens. Everybody predicted that blood "Yon will hurt yourself," protested at Frankfort. if the speculators maintain prices during tho elephant "You havo already oaten would How freely all over the Ashland Laffel, his brother-in-laThe Big Sandy river is so low that at 1894 a great crash in the spring of 1895 much more than enough to fill your they proved false prophets. district, but Btomach. " Desha Breckinridge slapped a man for no point can even push boats do busi is expected. "Oh," rejoined tbogiraffo carelessly, Tablets, &c, is very large and going inside a polling place, Col. Stoner ness.Oil bas been discovered During the burial of "Uncle" Billy in the neighof God. "I am getting it in thoneck. " Dotroit knocked W. A. Gaines down in Bour- borhood of Berea and Gantt, the colored Tribune, wells will be sunk bon, and a fellow got cut in Eminence. ac once. Albert Sidney Johnson in the Mexican Why He Loved Them. This seems totoe the extent of hostilities Sam Olgive, a prominent young and civil wars, conducted by the Con Miss Trill I love to hear tho birds indulged in. man, was Bhot and killed by Burglar Jim federate Veterans' Association at . Miss., all business in that town sing. Lee at Paducab. Jock Downright (warmly) So do L Editor E. B. Smith celebrated the 5th was suspended while everybody turned The Nevada democratic convention Call and See Us. attempt npiefco beyond their anniversary of bis accession to the tripod praised Cleveland, but demanded unlim-ite- d out to honor the memory of a faithful ability. of the Signal, by changing its name to servant. silver coinage. the Mt. Vernon Eagle, and improving its Col. Breckinridge in answer to the Heartfelt. At Bpringfield, Mass., O. M. Murphy appearance in every way. Mr. Smith lowered the bicycle record from defiance of Mr. Owens told and supporthas brought the paper up through great 4:15 3 5 to 4:06 ed the Btory with an affidavit that Mr. tribulation and labor to a paying instituEnoch Davis, who murdered bis Owens went to the Hotel Kentucky, at tion, and one of which the Rockcastle wife at Ashleigb, Utah, was shot to Louisville, with a women whom he people are justly proud. claimed was bis wife, but he was recogdeath by six soldiers. Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to Fifteen persons were injured, sever- nized and ordered out. Mr. Owena says There does not seem to be much love of them severely, by a runaway at a the story is false in every particular, but Stanford. al We also lead in lost between Editor Logan and it baa been going the roads for a long Breckinridge. The opinion of the one of funeral at Irondale, 0. Mrs. P. L. Shldler, of Liberty, Ind., time. the other can hardly be expressed in language. Emmett is still in the ring, fearing that she was losing her mind took Latonia. The Fall Meeting at Lato-nlhowever, while Willie appears to be a a fatal dose of morphine. extends from September 1st to OctoThree-fourtof the democrats of very dead duck. Josie I was taken for 25 today, and 6th. The Queen & Crescent will Nebraska have declared for free silver ber sell ticketB to Cincinnati each day, good lam only 18. Robert J. bas set the pace at 2:01 J and for Bryan for Senator. Julia What will you bo token for days to return, at one and Call and Spe a Beautiful Line. and Nancy Hanks, Alix and the other Charles Baker was hurt near Mas- - 5 for the round trip. Ask agents for when you aro 25? fare or worse. I hono. young ladies, who trot, .are left 'in eillon, 0., and a bull dog seeing the blood, particulars, W. v. iunearson, vr. r. a., Josie For better fast ( Bcribner's Magazine J Cincinnati. the shade. mutilated him, probably fatally. Semi-Weekly A Double Sale ! ixsiL:ft.n.s A ro-pli- Hop-kinsvil- lo LO VB ECONOMY CXiOTHIXTG nas-tine- as SHOE STOCK ct Mc-Kinl- Oligi-nun- k. TRUNKS, VALISES, LOUISVILLE : to-d- ay STORE, STAXTTORD, K"S, "fc TRUN KS VALISES H. J. McROBEETS. a '? bo-ni- Hop-kinpvill- e, Stores, to-d- ay Wards, Coal Hod:. Come in and See Them, W. H. WEAKEN & CO. -- "f em-bra- co ring-taile- d, FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. A. R. FXNITY. body-serva- nt Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. Thoy-nove- r Tit-Bit- s. Dniit. two-mil- e 1-- 5. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. Ex-Bil- ly a hs one-mi- ra Queensware, Glassware, &c. PARRIS & HARDIN. J jjjjutt!ft : i Kfr., ,g,ft tJL . JIIJ.IJ, bM&ULi tlf "at. -- iii 'iii fcJ f i..i ,tnMfc ft ii i a ..) . M0m & frMMK,,k v t1 Va' vyV iVV Mlfl" 'yiwW.T" rjW7' 1,jTr -- rt. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ktf., S&ITEMlinn 18, 1894 Bright, new, nobby goods atDanks. - Go to the Jeweler that Is a jeweler. Ilia name is Danks. Blue-Grass is Wm. North shot and killed Deputy The number of Breckinridge men here Sheriff Geo. Wilson on Beech Fork of surprising. ' A legend tells in classic love 3 As . STANFORD, E. C. Walton, MEANS k I " mpr's restaurant. Boy your uchool books nndechool sup . S: plica ol nil kinds nt A. II. Ponnv's. Tub democratic county committee met ropalrcd hero yesterday to arrange some prelimi Watoiim, clockn and jewelry and wftrrauted. Engravlun a. specialty, nariea with ihe nomiueea. t A. It. Ponnv's. t'7' Tim largest atoclc ot Druen, Medicines, Tub best rnin for a long time fell sev at Perlutnery, Faint and Wall Taper Call and see my elegant line of fall cent Route to Chattanooga nnd return, I'eecrlptlona o special- eral hours Sunday morning, but it stopA. II. Penny's. Within a busy, thriving town, have beon extended so that passengers ped a long time before there was enough suitings. The nobbiest line ever shown ty. can return September 30th. Ask your Which with our larger cities ranks, hero. H. 0. Rupley. of it. agent for rates, etc. It's an excellent PERSONAL POINTS. In model Stanford still is found Freight and other business ia picking The man who votes in a primary and opportunity to visit tbla inteiesting and The handsome store of B. H. Danks. Prof. 0. II. Holmes is quite sick, up so fust on the L. & N that It Is pre- then refuses to support the nominee be- historic city and its surroundinge at a Sin. R. B. Gbntjiy ia threatened with dicted that wages will be restored by cause he ia not the one he wanted, is not very low rate. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. worthy of respect and ahould not be tol- A., Cincinnati, 0. the (over. Jan. 1. Mrs. Job F. Waters la visiting rein' erated by gentleman. Lancaster will have to take herB Those Who are P osted. Will tell Uvea in Mercer. The 10 Issues of the Interior Jour- you that the finest and healthiest AannY M. Wahhen has returned to Btralght. Tho Record Bays tho water works project hay apparently fallen nal containing the story complete of summer resorts in the northwest are Garrard College. along ''The Crownlesa Martyrs of the Marriage located among the Wisconsin Central Mica Belle Boot ia spending a few through. Lines, . Ring," can be had postpaid by Bending Lake, Antfoch,which are Lake Villa, Fox Burlington, Mukwonago, diTU In Danville. Thb city council of Rowlhnd at its 25 cents to this office, Waukesha, Neenab, Waupaca, Fifield. .' Mifto Bbllb Denny has gono to the meeting Saturday night gave the saloons Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and school at Oxford, 0. if rnmalnlnrf Wf'VM ....... " fl.n nrttyllanA W, tVUiUIMI4lf nnfin until ... The president of Randolph-Macopleasure seekers figuring on their next W4.U ,.,,IVU Mies Iua Twidwell, of llustonvllle, o'clock at night. Your money with us. Raiment for the body is better than gold. Colleges and Academies, Va., writeal'rof. summer's vacation should bear this in was here yesterday. Hubbard that he will award n scholar, mind nnd before selecting a routo oop a The 32d anniversary of the battlo of ship from his school to tho ft mien t pre- line to Jaa. C. Pond, General Passenger This we have to suit all and at very low prices. Trade is reviving Mrs. Alice Newland, of Crab OrPerry villo will occur Oct. 8, and a reun- pared to enter the college courses there. Agent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, everywhere and why should we not be chard, was here Saturday. at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send Mr. J. M. Alverson Bpent Sunday ion of the old soldiers there on that day He also adds: "If you have any bright you maps, time tables and guide books is being arranged. with his mother in Richmond. graduato whom you can recommend for containing valuable information, which are mailed free upon application. Eldeh J. B.Paxton went to Springfield For Sale. Ten shares of capital stock past work we will give her the scholarFriday to attend the Presbytery. coming session." Stanford Water, Light and Ice Co., guar ship for the Mrs, Joe Corny U visiting her sister an teed to pay 7 per cent. Address Box Hundreds of factories that have been stopped are starting up and Mrs. W. B. Dllllon, at Livingston. MATMMONUOMATTERS. 185, Stanford, Ky. Vhi'n Baby was lck, we jj&t her Castor!".. W. II. Miller went up to RichHon. and some some goods have advanced j4 some So come Felton and Nellie hunn were When' alio wns a Child, ths cried for CastorU. J. mond Friday to see Gov. McCroary. The last excursion of the season to killed C a train at Edon, and buy before the retailers are compelled to advance their prices. 0. Thay were Rlirn me becams 31 Its, th clung to Castorta. ly A. II. Stose, of this county, is attend- Old Point Comfort will bo given by the marri-We shall be found at the old stand under the t. Asaph Hotel, althe night before. When the had Children, the gethem Cantorta, Chesapeake and Ohio railroad Sept. 20, ing a commercial college in Lexington. Dr. U. L, Cartwright has been grant ways ready and willing to serve our friends. Our He roars from Springfield vesterday at 12.50 from Lexington. a divorce from his wife, Effie W. said that Hon. J. N. Saunders was worse. on the grounds of abandonment you want your watch or any jewelIk Mas. T. A. Rice and Misa Fannlo ry repaired, tako it to Penny's. Mr. Advocate. SEW ADVEBTISEMENTB. The marriage of Wm. H. Webb and Shanks camo up from Louisville Satur- Deckelman does tho work well and day. a cus- Mies Sarah, daughter of Harvey Cobb, promptly; nover disappoints will take place at Red House, in Madison Mr. W. II. Pettus went down to New" tomer. Is arriving every week and we are forcing our way rapidly to the Haven yesterday to take charge of tho Twenty one yeros ago at this time county, on the 20th. front. New Fall Dress Goods, new Satteens, new Penangs, new office there. A dcurable Coal Duiinen, House, Scalei, &c, A lover is a man who endeavors to Stanford, we nee was Elliott, of choleracopy raging inInterior Journal bo more amiable than it ia possible for tortile. Prints, new Ginghams, new Shoes, new Clothing everything new Pitor. awd Mrs. Miltoh by a of the J. U. HIGGIXS, Stanford, Ky. Garrard, atteuded tho funeral of Row printed Sept. 10. 1873, by Editor F. J. him to be; this is the reason why almost and well adjusted to the new tariff law. Come and see for yourself. John Bell Gibson. all lovers are ridiculous. Ohamfort. Cimpbell. We delight in showing our goods. m J. Richard Bean baa returned to KenDouble Springs Baptist church at Shanks The theatrical season ia opening slowly Wayneaburg made a good report to its as tucky University and Thomas H. get book worth is worth with us. The first regularly booked sociation. It has 307 members, a gain of 30 BufSj Sioand ol goodi andwortha50c; $20 worth to Garrard College. sot a book CtnU.or W. Bryak and Dr. John company does not appear till Oct. 13, by baptism during the year. The church and'sct a Bible worth $4 or 15 worth and set Gov. Jab. one worth 5$. A now line of Dreia Goodt cheap Ritle, of Covington, have been on a visit when a good minstrel troupe will hold is valued at $2,500 and has a Beating ca- cr th'n e.er heard ot before. Choice Lemona 10 to uVc peV doren, Ilananai to centt, or three dozthe toards. to Mr. Jcsfle P. Rille. pacity of 400. en for jc. Bett Concord Grapei, 15c a basket. any cf alt Mb. W. K. Siu'oars, of Lancaster, The Somerset Reporter tells of the New goodt to tell tortt cheaper than see. body else by them, Come and disposed The silver mounted hair pin, lost passed through to Louisville Saturday to elopement and marriage of Mies Susie It C. I) POWKLL. Mias Alba Pope and advertised for in attend a medical college. Gann and Mr. Joseph Wayne, of that this paper, was found by John L. Wa- place. Miss Gann is the daughter of Mr. Mil II. 0. Farrib, who has been at I bridge on the Dan" 11. death's door, with typhoid fever, seems ters, near Gentry's 0. Gann, formerly of this place, while ville pike. to be on the road to recovery. the groom ia a clever young printer, who will offer for tale at public auction on the Friday for her Mrs. Breck Jonis left Owing to the short supply of water until a year sgo lived at Parkaville. There is Money in Thinking. premise on Loula, after spending the the attempted flooding of the creek home In St. Mrs. Louisa M. Woosley, the evan20, You may be able to earn a dollar with your hands, but it requires, Hammer with her fathnr, Mr. John M. was rather a failure, but Snnday morn- gelist, who is a resident of this State, has been granted a license to solemnize the At to o'clock, A. M., my well improved Farm ol Reld. ' , some thinking to know how to save it or spend it judiciously. ing's rain took some of tho decaying matMessrs. John Sam Owsley, Jr, and ter away. rites of matrimony. She is the first wo 104 ACRES OF GOOD LAND, -man in Kentucky, and possibly the UniE.O. Walton went to ceo the CongriB Stanlord Crab Orchard pass the Lecture. Gen. John B. Gordon, of ted States, to bo granted such a license. Located on theof Stanford,& Ky., known at thepike, slonal horses In the 7th district W. i'J miles East Georgia, will lecture nt Danvillo ThursHe Now that we are engaged I H. Miller tarm. There it upon my place a nice string. Misses Sum Pickett and Annie Trib. day night on "The Last Days of the Con- must know if anyone ever kissed you Young Orchard of 250 Trees, blepasaod down to Danville Saturday federacy," and quite a crowd of young before. She Oh, George I how can you Ot thereabout. Good Barn, Nice Frame Dwelling, doubt me? I bring you n heart as fresh Good Cittern, and all necessary Outbuildings. after a pleasant visit to Mlddiesboro and people here are arranging to go. TEHMS. One hand; balance In (George one and two year'half cash inDec. i, '94 and ardent as your own. nolnte In Virginia. time from A numukr of people hero saw Fri McRojikrts, of Brod- Remember the datf of Sale, Thursday, Sept. 10. Seems like a small amount but you must remember 20 yards saves Mb.GkoroeT. day night's ecllpsu of the moon, but doesn't know whether to be satisfied or C. CRAIG. head, waa hero several days, returning not having been advised of the fact, they not.) -Bits. you 20 cents. 1 cents saved on Cotton is a small amount, but on An Ohio girl fell from the ladder she from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Belle thought it wr simply n cloud passing . PUBLIC SALE OF 20 yards you save 30c. Hendereon In Garrard. Of tho surface was was descending to elope with her lover a Hntonvllle,took over. About fourth and broke one of her beautiful ankles. Mrs. Clok Boole, of obscured. The accident did not stop the wedding, the train hero Friday to go to Pittsburg 0NHenry Kidd, who drives James Ba- for when n woman wills Bhe will, and the to visit hor daughter, Misa Kate Bogle, llard's watermelon wagon, was severely half fainting girl waa carried by her lov- TIH7RSDAY, SEP. who has a school there. 20, '94, And if you are disposed to economize, the right way to commence is Miss Maohie Lynn ia very ill of ty- kicked by a horse he was driving the er to tho parson's house, whore they by buying what you buy right. Come to our house, we will show phoid fover. Misa Llccle Ib much belter. other day. One of the horee's feet struck wore soon made one. On account ol try ace, failing health and the present laoor system, I have determined to have a you the goods and give you prices on Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes. employed by Mr. Lynn him in tho forehead, cutting a gash three A negro woman at mv countr. Kv.. Tom L. Johnson has been renoml nublic sale in part home in Lincolnproperty: About Inches long. consisting is also down with tho disease. of the following Congress in the Cleveland, O.i nated for Mn. I. M. Bruck has gone to represent Will Gooduu, n freight Killed. 20 HEAD OF HORSE STOCK, Diadem Lodae. No. SI, K. of P., at the brakeman, waa killed by freight train district by acclamation by the democrats. C. Several centle ponies and cood family horses, J. grand lodge at Paducah, No. 37 at Brodhead. While the train youn& and 10 head Henry Irving, the English tragedian about ol Cattle,otall registered aged mules,toabout 40 reclster, McOlary was named sb alternate. head or subject was pulling up to water tank Gooden suf- a number of them good milk cows, iced bull, 3 has cabled SoOO for the relief of the OlarkBburg, W. Va.( papers tell of fell between the cars and was cut in yearllne bulls, about 15 male and female calves, The ferers of tho terrible forest fires in the 10 a; year-oliteers rnd heifers, about 90 good : the arrival of Mies Gertrude Howard, to two. Mt. Vernon Eagle. ewes and bucks, about 60 lambs. They a'e ewe West. of trimmed and fat. About 30 Cashmere coats, take chargo of the music department Mrs. Alice Hartly was found guilty some very fine hog. A large assortment of arm Gov. McCkeaiiy will speak nt Lancasing implements, and many other things too nu Broaddus Institute, nnd speak very Headquarters for . ter next Monday and at Crab Orchard of murder in the second degree at Reno, ratrous to name. flatteringly of her. wHl also offer most of my farm for rent. M. D. next day, ..'5th. He will speak here Nov. Sbo killed State Senator TERMS. A credit until jaa. 1, 1895. with in: Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Armhtrono, of county court day in October and will Foley. : terest from date on all sums over $10 Notes to be negotiable and pavable at the Farmers Bank it Dallas, Texas, and their pretty daughtEight persons were injured near Trust Co. of Stanford. also speak at two other places in the A. M FELAND. ers, Misses Minnie May and Johnetta, Wardrobes, Spring Stanford, Ky. Bed Room Suites, Folding Beds, Side Boards, Roberta, Wis., iby the explosion of a 3a White and county to be named by the committee. afters visit to Capt. F. J. Beds, Parlor Suites and Couches. Don't fail to see my stock of . tank of oil on a train that bad been MYERS HOUSE family at Lancaster, took tUe train here It Is said that the prohibitionists in wrecked. comes of the death of W. G, Saturday for home. News , Charles 0. Moore, the fi ery Misses Maooie and Evelyn Bcciian-ah- tend to have Blade Sala, who was located here for some untamed editor ol the of Crab Orchard, and Eaale Burch You can use your money to advantage by trading with me. In the a (ew speeches in this district. If time as train master of tbe Knoxville ' have returned from Ablngton, Va., full make division. W. GREEN, Prop. first place I show the latest styles, secondly P. ofpralBesof Virglnlana in general and he comes there is one thing certain, he Mra. E. Phillips, wifo of a prominent will draw like a circus, if be does not( particularly of the elegant manner they druggiBt of Monticello, committed sui- This ttable, which It run n connection with the make many converts to the cause. wore entertained by tho MIbbcb SumMyers House, hat been tupplied with cide by jumping into a well. Insanity mers. Tub Lt. Severanco Post No. 20, G. A.' is supposed to have caused her rash act. X New Lot of Horses, Carriages, On every piece than ever quoted before. Give me a trial and see Little Miss Linda Miller is very proud II, will have a reunion at Ottenheimi W. W. WITHERS. that your purse is honestly dealt with. The democratic county committee, Buggies, Wagons, of a letter received from her Undo John Sept. 2S and 29, to which all old soldiers Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Liberty, selected u. U. rrewm to nn. rummer's Supplies and It better than ever H. Miller, then at' Pernumbuca, South are invited. A regular war time dinner at supply the public with race for county judge, J. B. prepate America, en route to bla post at Port of bread, bacon, beans, crackors and cof- make the THE Reynierson for county clerk, Davenport HERD OK S BIOS OF ALL KINDS. Stanley, Falkland Island. Happy Jack fee will be served, a good band will make for assessor and John Wilkerson lor Personal and promptattention given to Wedding escaped was still happy and said he had melody and speaking and other chin jailer. Parties and Ilurlalt. P. W. GREEN, the qualms of Bea sickness. music will be had galore. At Fort Scott, Kan., a robber witn a At nu RNS.Manaccr. and wife aro atProprietor Judge M. J. Durham If. H. Bronaugh, Pror, a young woman, Sovereign Grand Lodge o( Br sending a member of its staff to revolver commanded business bouse, to tending the THOMAS YEAOEK, AMES YEAGER. who was alone in a Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky Odd FellowB at Chattanooga, lue Lex- -' the scene of battle, tho Interior Joun- Instead of complying Odd nal was enabled to give bulletins of the open the safe. ington Leador eaya he is the only and then swooning, in the approved style Pig foi tale from the best types of Registers. Fellow in the United States who has olection returns in the 7th district in the safe and exclaimStock. Breeders secured from the beat berdt In teveral different States. Correspondence Solicited which is given by fullest and most reliable manner. A she calmly locked the taken every degree certi- good crowd remained at the telegraph ed: "Now shoot I" The robber fled in , this order and who has a diploma Special Ilates to Commercial Men. office, which Mr. J. 8. Rice kindly kept terror. fying the same. day STANFORD, wY. An Arkansas man the other open till a late hour, and went to bed coffin just as the minister VIOINirY. fully assured that Billy had been beaten, rapped on his II you need livery give ut a call. Nothing but CITY AND turnouts will leave our stable. See ut was about to begin the burial service Danks, tho jowel- lorratet. In our Dentblla ware at him. A man in the room, who We are forced to admit that there are over HARNESS SHOP er'fl. several good men on the republican tick- thought some one outside was knocking asaortmtnl of Harness, ' cooler Wed- - et, but we will leave it to any unpreju- at the door, yelled "Come in," hearing You will find a (roodHave your repairing done Bri"Generally fair, slightly by dles, Saddle, Ac. diced man if the democratic nominees which the supposed dead man in tbe our man, he understands his business. We have a nesday." Is Kcctirinf His our In this county are not as a whole as far coffin exclaimed: "What's the matte r mechanic in BLACKSMITH SHOP. Money. Wanted to borrow $1,500 on above it as the sky is above the earth. with you? I am in already, and want -:- -:- -:- work and', satisfactory represents worth and exper to get out." He finally became so ob- Will guarantee estate. Enquire at this office. real Our ticket prices. Tsy our hone thoer. i ience, the republican nothing in the streperous that the funeral bad to be Agcnta for Deenng Machines, the ligbtett draft Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. Buy a guaranteed razor ol W. H. machine on earth. postponed. world, "No nbavle, no takie." God's Wearen & Co. m m Steam I am agent for the Laundry and solicit your patronage. Business Manager Ernest Warren. i in Oysters on and after bulk, by tho can or served at H, Zim- MUSIKES8. Cumberland river. Phil Thompson said in answer to the and lasts five days. question: "It seems that the enemies Cincutr Court is In session at Mt. Ver- of Col. Breckinridge have triumphed. non, with no very important cases on the No man has been more shamefully rep resented and villifled, and all because he docket. would not elevnto his mistress to a place Penny has the best stock and will sell above hia children in his own housewatches and jewelry lower than you can hold. It seems like this is the end of buy elsewhere. hia political career In Kentucky," tt baa S. B. Rock, of the Irvine Sentinel, To Chattanooga. The low rate tickbought the Richmond Climax and took ets announced elsewhere in these colcharge Saturday. umns, for sale over the Queen & Cres The Knox County Fair begins to-da- y I've found them in Of long lost gems so rich and rare; ! now in Danks store, Come see the bargains offered there. "Hard times I" a melody forgot, When once you feast your longing eyes On this display, the choicest lot, "So low in price!" just hear our sighs. There's jewels, necklaces and chains, And silverware in quaint device; There's gifts for mother, wife, smeetheart, In varied styles, "so low in price!" ' m m Gome mi Deposit 1 n IN THE 8WIM. 4c d Cart-wrig- m m Coal Business For Sale. m $75 To Give Away. HUGHES & TATE. FARM FOR SALI 1 DoYoa EVER Think? One Cent Thursday, Sept. I894, Per Yard Sav- ed on Calicos, i-- . -Tit- muwmnmmmmm -- These Are Plain Facts to-da- y. 1 d w. W. WITHERS, 1 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &C, Blue-Gra- ss XiXlTXRir STABX.X Pictures, Easles, Mouldings and Mirrors, &c. :m:1sT well-know- n pbiobs .a.:r,:e lower BLUE-GIIAS- S FIRST-CLAS- Duroc Red Jersey Swine YEAGER & YEAGER, in first-cla- ta mmhtM;El!rA AND v, a.G.R0PLEY,- m nrtt-cla- u FALL . WINTER GOODS. 1. " - ' j ,, ..,- - .,lJ - '- 5- M M- Weekly Interior Journb! AT JOB'S COMPTERS. MRS. FRANK LESLIE rubllahod Every Tuesday and Friday thizing friend, owing to the loss of his least concern her. Nowsho'll go round and say all sorts of hateful things about brains. This Fccma to mo outof tho nnecdotes us but I'd rather sho'd do that than THINKS SOME to which "haea fabnla docot" mny bo try to sympathize. " very piofitably added. Did you novor esperienco this kind of sympathy? Well, it is much after this manner: "Yoa don't know how sorry I've been for yon ovorsiuco I heard of that fellow having run off with your monoy" (or whatover the special affliction may be, for I am liteml!? aupiraiug a case" aud uover have vsiterienced oxactlr this calamity). "How in tho world camo you to trut lii.u so much? You so you are too credulous and too apt to believe every plausiblo lie that's told yon. Yon ought to htfvo akod fouio man to look into tho thing and ndviso you. How did it happen? Come, toll mc all about it, and 1 will show you whero tho weak point was pq you will know better another time, you poor littlo woman I" That phrao, "Tell mo all about it!" is ono that the aeceptablo sympathizer never use- -. It is as fatal to tho desired end a it is to throw open a window and hurl a handful of grain at a bird which you wish to luro to a cage it has deserted. Tho true way is to softly open tho window, strew tho grain iusido where it is cnijto obvious, but may bo taken or left, i tho victim may choose, aud then yourself retiro out of sight. It is pretty suro that by this stratagem you will finally havo your bird just whero you want him, aud in process of timo ho will warblo out all tho secrets of his heart to you. But rushing at him aud shouting, "Now, tell mo all about it!" is tho very last way to win his confin-- ICE, IOEJ. to dellvet manutactuieu ice from the Stanford Factory ta customers regularly xx.LijN-BK--Two doors above Tost-OtBc- e. . Always on hand $2 PBH, YMAU IX ADVANCE tttrWheu not to paid SYMPATHIZERS ARE LIKE THEM. 6no Does Not Want rity, but Silent Syria, iintliy Is Nice 'Tools Itush In," Jtc Funny, limy, nrtito nml Ltigubttoiii Trlpiidi The Hand of Tliliu Copyright, 1804, by Atuerlcau Press Association. ' 32.60 will be charged- .- 6 OR 8 PAGES. When necessary. .: K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. El &U Train itave Romand at 7:00 a. m., returning , 137 pm 1 1 !i L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 1 Jkm& JH .......! " 13 pm South....... Express train " South. .................. ....... it 51 pm .. North................ .......3 13 am Local Freight North............... ............9 36 am ' Souths.... ....1 07P m Th latter tralm alto carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time, Solar itna is about so minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Mail tram going North " un IV Pt , It i r I I U I fcif i if f- I 3 : ' i: t f . is sympathy. .....Dealers n ......... You had not quito looked at tho matHalf Fare. That sontciico ter iu this light beforo and in tho depths looks well, docs it Tickets on sale Septcmpt 17th, 1S91. of your mind are guiltily conscious of a UOt? And. fnrthnr. twenty (o)Jars from Good certain dismay at tho idea of all happi date (or return passage allowed in morc, it is just one of thoso "glittering both ditec- of ness being over, but it would not bo de- rcctions.sale. Stop overs generalities" that vieall accept jnst as Ky. cent to 6ay so, and yon feel that sou Direct connections made In Central Union Sta wo do silver certificates, with a polito oi the YOU ARE.. tcuco has gono forth against you, and tion, Cincinnati, with all trainsNashville Queen and protenso of crediting them at thoir faco Railway. Crescent Route, Louisville V your only conrso is to submit, so you Kentucky Central Railway and Chespeake and valuation aud believing them to bo "as murmur n mournful assent, aud your Ohio Hallway. ticket agent lor tickets and full ingood as gold." Ask nearest comforter tearfully goes her way, leav- formation. am nirnid it 15 rather a fad of mino denceI am lust back from the cities with a large i and K. O. McCORMACK, Pais. Traffic Mgr , we selected stock of MILLINERY, which I will to war against thoso solemn hypocrites Another kind of sympathizer and a ing you a good deul worso off thau sho II. U. MARTIN, Gen Pass, and T.ckcl AgL, sell cheaper than ever, Miss Laura Jarboe, a suCincinnati, ). of popular sayings. To tell tho truth, I very offensive ono is tho ivorsou who es- fouud you. perior tilmmer tiom Cincinnati, hasengiced with roe and I can guarrnlee satisfaction in every I epoko but now of tho healing work novor can boo anything or anvlmdr. says to "keep up your spirits" for you Call aad see my (foods, in somo season of bereavement and af- of time, but I tako it kick. Timo is not which or who poses-abeing better aud MISS LICC1K IlEAZLKV, I isur imui us surroundings, that I am fliction. I onco saw a friend of mino ahoaler. no is a destroyer. Time is the A Stanford, Ky. not impelled to probo it to tho center, (not myself) driven nearly mad by this most heartless of sympathizers or comm to rub off its paint, tochipoff its veneer sort of a Job's comforter. Sho camo to forters, for ho brings no thought of comAs agvnt for the widow and heirs of I. 1. Land, & JJbsoIuteJy and expose tho "truo inwardness" of its tho house of mourning for a stay of fort or self justification. In fact, tho dee'd, I willotTcr tor sale the splendid farm cl auoui -.. somo days and apparently had laid in a harsh and bitter aud cruel points of a being. LAND, 326 ACRES I have no objections to Tartars in tho stock of funny stories, society gossip and great sorrow aro thoso that timo A cream of tarter baking pow- abstract, but when thoy pranco forth all sorts of conundrums, epigram and and insists upon to tho very last. xi.- - ll.ilUUIllITi in Lincoln country, Ky., of . tr....Mutiu II Highest of all in leavening decked in all tho ultra civilization of frivolities generally. Yo never sat Somo kinds nay, I will allow all kinds which J. P. Land died poasfiocJ, will not sold prl der. Main and DanvUleStf., lluslotille, Ky. vately before thai time the farm of grief grow let.s poignant after public auction tothe highest bidder on be sold at We have tecently repainted and refurnlihed Latest United States younglRussialan impelled to abrado down at tin tablo but this flood was strength. tnellouM throughout and are prepared 10 accocn. timo has tho sutfaco just enough to lot all tho loosed upon us nntil ono day my friend awhile, but it is not mpdatc the public In fliu.cUn Government Food Report. Rates world recognize tho Tartar uudernoath. buret into tears and loft tho table, very healed tho wound, but becauso ho has SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, ate very reasonable and a good style atOur times. table alt Special atlentlon to traveling men. Llcgaol aam- So, now, is Sympathy, with its nm- - greatly to tho surpriso of Mine. Mala-pro- destroyed the sensibility, and tho mem- At o'clock, sharp The farm fronts on ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., the loun con- ory, and tho environment of tho sorrow. ville and Hustonville Turnpike road, about Dan- ,.. luoinaiiacneu aim a who inquired of ovorybody: tentious great S, tho most precious balm one DKiie. wunioc iioiii call aad sec us $ hall mile South on the Cin 100 Wf.11 Street, New York. "Why, what is tho matter? Did any- Ho is only kind becauso ho is so ruth- cinnati Southern of Motelaod statlots the belt stock for a wounded heart? R. H. It it one of . body say anything to remind her? And less Tho best of all tho sympathizers (arms In Lincoln county 1 be soil is Of a good Yes and no. ESTI.A-STland, fmtlr set in araia and A. S. Far bo it from mo to deny that thero I was trying so hard to keep up her this world has over produced was that quality of and every eastern sago who, being required by his watered by susceptible ofspringsand profitable,foot ol .T nnv "' tUY,hJ aro forms and measures of sympathy spirits and all!" the land It easy T. Carson, tenant SURGEON DENTIST. J II Carter, near Motelaod, Lincoln county. The improvements consist of that aro indeed healing and sweet, but I I had not tho courago to reply, but king to prodnco a motto suited to every b,ul ,h id.;'Jlr. one BLACK 1IOKM? Office over McRoberts Druj Store in the new ??wrnf how soldom aro they found! It must bo somo ono else had aud said iu so many stato of mind possible to humanity, years old, OLT, Owsley Buildlnsr. has A Commodious Framo Dwelling. brand ortwo marks. one hind foot while, Mm no other I have appraised enunciated, "This, too, will pass." Stanford. at begin with. Liko violets words: unobtrusive, to Jjo. V Itncss my hand Ihli lid dav of Aug.. or hlies of tho valley, it is to bo known "I think it was just that Sho couldn't A large barn and other outbuildings. O D j.NflLKY.J.l' L. i.m. A wide avcr The animal can be had ty the owner proving enue extends from tbe residence to the urnpike moro by tho subtlo fragrauco of ite shy stand having her spirits kept up uuy road Hustonville, a place noted for its schools properly and paying all capenses. presenco than, liko tho 6uuuowcr, by its longer." and churches, is a little more than a mile distant. J C J T.CARSON. he larm can bo divided Into three tracts of cou. "Poor thing! It's too bad!" replied breadth and insistency of form and colvcnlent site and shape. tho sympathiser complacently. or. "But Tkkms. One third cash when pesseaaion Is given and deed made, the temslndtr in six and is I havo had friends, and I thank Ood sho 11 bo nil right when she's had her months, with Interest tmn date and lien retained. for thorn, oven though thoy btaud in his CI7 out "d I'll tell her tho rest of that At the same time andplace I will aell about loo of Knob Land, about two mllea Southeast of Turn P.tW OKEEN. Proprietor. presence and not in mino, whoso very story when sho comes down. There's crsSille, adjoining the lands of tlud Martin, Alsilcuco was tho sweetest of svmnathv: nothing so bad for n person as to dwell bert Coffey and othets. : : : Kentucky. For further information apply to John T. Land friends whoso light touch never hurt upon their troubles, and I inado up my old stand ol J. B. Green, In on the prenlses or myself at Hustonville, Ky. At the tho wound they healed; who nover, by mind when I camo to do everything I tUWAKU ALtUK.N. I aa still runnier thl. u.ll.Vn...-- ., Agent for J. V. Land s Heirs. word or oven look, suggested that thero could to distract poor Mary, aud I think tr...t .... 4; will continue to give my guests the poliust atten- - Kentucky. Hustonvillo, was a wound until I throw off tho cov- I'vodouoit" as well as the best the market atTvrds. tion ering with which wo all instinctively "I think you have, " replied tho other, Has just received a beautiful line of pecial Attention to tho Travelcloak our hurts from tho common gaze. dryly. "She seemed nearly distracted A friend liko this, a friend who is when Eho left tho table." ing Public. A kindred spirit to this, but not so Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. content to provo sympathy by silenco ,.For a n sin you want a turnout come to my until tho sufferer invites speech, is far oujectiouaDio uecauso sno Is not so Call and see his stock and get Ms prices which arc lower than anvbodvs. If sou want a nlc i.t RefreshingBath, Hot or Gold, moro likely to bo tVli 1. admitted to tho inner- - funny, is tho officious sympathizer, tho cf harness, a whip cr a duster. Wr Hinder Twine for sale. mojuutiaui a jvnaV At. . IUU uiuav nnntistuMMs r0 mu iiuufbiuuu if OHO person who insists upon distracting tho or Clean Shave, go to Prices to suit the hard times. Call or leave order A stylish Hair Trim who loudly knocks at tho outer door, mind of tho sufferer by forcinir all sorts at the .Myers House Omce of ordinary details upon it If it is beFarmer's Barber Shop. clamoring: Oooki;& DEALER IX- "Open, open! I havo como to sympa- reavement and tho comforter is a woman, sho insists upon discussing tho thize with youl" Co ...IF VOU ARE GOING. For such a ono thero is in most outer mourning clothes and offering to run : doors ono C;f thoso littlo well gratod out and bring patterns, or send in some GOURIER-JOURNA- L Or STANrORD.tKY., wickets ono sees in old convent portals, bonnets, or tell about tho present modo . is now fully organiied and ready far business wlta THE where, in answer to tho clamorous sum- of wearing a widow's veil. Sho dis- I a ten sag eight column democratic newspaper. Paid up Capital of - - $200,000, mons, a palo faco appears for a moment, cusses sleeves and has an opinion upon It conialna the best of everything going HENDo-inest- ic tho new skirts and absolutely drags out RY WATTER8ON Is the and a chill, repressed voioo replies: Surplus, . 2C00O'. "Go iu peace! Tho doors aro locked. assents or dissents from tho palo lips of PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL tho sufferer, who plaintively but quito and nono may pass thorn." BANK OK STANFORD, The WEEKLY makes Now closing up) with the samr. assets and undet Thero aro so many classes of those uselessly declares: very liberal terms to agent., and gives tree prelh same management. "Oh, I don't euro in tho least! Have miums for clubs Sample copies olthe paper and mistkou sympathizers! LouiaviLLca NaaHVUt-- R. Ft. By provisions of iitchaucr, depoiitora art as four page Premium Supplement sent free to any First) tho loud and aggressive class everything that is proper aud uso yotfr address. Write nlyr. Pf.0,cc..,'d .".. dfPwItoM in National to Banks, shareholders being held individually tho women who swoop down upon you own judgment" liaole the If the line for you, as iti ol the amount Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. thereintoat thecaicntvalue thereol, in of their it oca par "Now, darling, that isn't right, you ThoCOURIER-JOURNA- L from tho door of your own drawing addition to the CO. amount invested In such shsres. It may act as room and fold'you closo in a smothering know," iersists tho comforter. "You executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as LOUISVILLE, KY. Make close connections at ombraco of fur and cloth and beads and really ought to rouso yourself and tako Headquarters lor almost anything To those The who entrusted their butsincss to us CINCINNATI chains and ribbons (Igivo you my word an interest. Yon will caro about all this SemiJ- - Weekly LOUISVILLE And while rtinaglnir the Lincoln National Bank ol Interior Journal, we we here tender our many thanks and I havo como out of such an embraco in a littlo while, and it is so much betFor all points. you want. When you wantVfirst-classmea- l Stanford, will continue to transact their businosl trust they gasping for breath, and with a blooding ter to havo overything right to begin And The THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attenBAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH scratch upon my cheek), exclaiming tion to same, our twenty years' experience ia tho with." Courier-Journ- al For any information enquire of banking andas liberal acco.3odationi as arc con"Not but that I could do it nil my for 25c, call on him. while: IDES. RICE. Aeent. vsistent with sound banking. rA aiamoiu, .y "Oh, my darling! My poor, dear self perfectly well, " explains tho com- Will be sent cne year to any address for SS 7C. Or DIKKCTOKS: W. A. HCVUU""i arav. ARtuii W. 1'. WALTON. child You sweet deaf, how I pity youl placent comforter to somo ono clso pres- Addrers J. J. Williams, ML Vetuon; Junction City, Ky 83 Sttnford, Ky ently, "but it is so much hotter that eho My heart fairly aches for you!" . H. Shauks.'otanfoid; B." . Issuing from this embraco breathless, should bo roused, poor dear!" J.S. Oosley, Staniord; A. G. L Sahara B.,Castleman. John So sho goes on tormenting her. S J. Embry, Stanford; wounded, half stifled with tho hoavy Perhaps it is another kind of sorrow. Stanford, Ky. perfumo this kind of sympathizer generJ. II. Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford ally uses, ono long9 to cry aloud with It might bo a woman whoso husband William Gooch, Stanford; Shortest and quickest between has eloped with another woman. In tho first possible broath: A. W. Carpenter, JIIUedKevllle, K 'At least, don't pity mo! I can boar this caso tho ofliciou sympathizer is W. H.Cumuitni, Preachcrsvill suffocation and scratches and musk, but full of good nrivico and offers of help in S. H. Shanks, President tho way of sending telegrams, seeing not pity!" Only Direct Line between Dr. J.'B, Owsley, Cathier, ' Of conrso ono doesn't say it, but we detectives, interviewing reporters and Frankfort, Georgetown and. Paris, V. M. Bright, Teller. AND . know what tho parrot did instead of tho like, all very useful and perhaps esCarlisle, Maysvlllo, Oynthiana, sential modes of bervicc, but with this speaking. Falmouth and Covington. NATIONAL BANK To bo pitied openly and avowedly species of sympathizer all mado very &CASTLEMAM and to hear it sweetly is probably tho obvious and obtruded continually with Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Train OF STANFORD, KY. run by Central Standard lime. MANAGERS, last test of & saint ripo for canonization, tho avowed object of distracting tho Time TabU Jnne 24, 1894 but I for ono havo no idea of how such mind of tho sufferer. Ouo caso of this TRAINS EAST. No. 1. Capital Stock No. 3. No. 7. p. iu. a. m. Commerce Building, Louisville a being may fecL It is not my motior, kind that I romomberwas that of a dear p. m. Leave Kranklort A Surplus 7 00 4 10 00 and I fully beliovo iu at least ono old child whom a fortnuo hunter had delib " Summit.. m Agents throughout the South. 706 SOLD TO 10 4 10 " Attention of Kllnorn and vulgar adage, "Cobbler, stick to erately jilted when her father lost his .7 11 ALL POINTS: that this Is the the public i. invited to the fac " Switier 718 only National' Bank in Stanford 40 4S mother camo So, not claiming saintship, aS a 00 Under tbe provisions of the National Bank Act 3S Local AgQ&t, your last!" prospective, am freo to con- money. Thoto complniu of to mo full of " Stamping Ground.7 34 OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, W. A. TEIBBLE, indignation tho "imperuuvan depositors are secured not only by the capita! a 10 present or 44 .7 I Johnson..., a so stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor an, 7 40 4 30 STANFORD, KY. fess that to bo pitied in tho stylo just tinent interference," as I griovo to say WISCONSIN, Georgetown.!! ...7 46 amount equal to the slock, ao that depositors of 4 57 3J vis- i 1 j specified arouses tho most murderous sho called it, of a sympathizer who this iustltution are secured by a fund of $400,000. C S. Depot.: 5 0J 3 00 ..sos Five sworn statements oftheconditlon of the bank 3 o MISSOURI, KANSAS, and her with tho " r.ewion 53 Portland qualities of my nature, and although ited herintention of daughter something " Ccntreville... 8 16 are made each vcarto the l.'.'.Ir-3 San Frincisco 3 3? "doing 8 20 tho fetters of civilization may chain avowed Elizabeth ment and its assets are examined at stated timet 5 5 3 45 NEBRASKA, COLORADO, 8 30 C by government agents, thus securing additltoaa 3 3S 400 both my tonguo and my hands tho pity-i- about it" herself and brought tho copy Arrive Paris uu yuii aiciy 10 depositors. A ARKANSAS; CALIFORNIA; would probably bo very much alarmed of a lotter sho had already written and This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 185I, then sent to tho delinquent She called, as TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. i if sho could seo my heart. tied as the National Bank ol Stanford, in ifc5 and TEXAS, a. m. m. 440 I say "sho" advisedly, for I do not Eho Baid to comfort tho poor girl with Lve Paris ,...C ..to 00 p.605 a. m again re.prganlred as the First National Bank of 443 VIA Staniord in iS8a, has had practically am unintei-ruptio 10 61; think meu nro prono to mako this sort tho knowledge that shithad at least ouo Arr Elizabeth S0UTH-7S5" 1HE WIST, existence of ; years. It Is better supplied 6 19 CntrevUle....-i- o 14 1 of blunder. At any rate, thoy do not sympathizing friend who was ready and Arr Newtown now with lacllities fortransactingbusinessproapi Arr .10 aa 617 S40 ly and liberally than ever before in its long wrap ouo in a voluminous and odorous anxious to do all that sho could for her, ArrC.S. Depot 641 600 .931 and FIRST CLASS. SECOND CLASS honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu645 Arr Georgetown B 1037 747 embrace, and auy movoment in that di- even to going to seo tho young man and Arr Johnson AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- 11 47 800 651 rection is so promptly checked that it is publicly upbraiding him in tho midst ArrDuvall .... 10 jt 647 810 The Directory of this Bank is composed ol THE BESTROUTE TO THE ArrStamp'g Ground 11 00 830 703 of small momonL Tho manner in which of his family aud friends. ?firtOUISVIIl.MfWAlgIITCHICtRni5S 5c Forestas Reid, Lincoln county; Arr Switzer............il 10 713 "And what did you say?" inquired I ArrElkhorn tho malo sympathizer most often offends 730 .1117 9 0J S. T. Harris, Lincoln; 738 1133 915 is iu imitating tho bear in iEsop's fable, whon my friend had poured forth this ArrBuuimlt O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; IULLMAN VESTIBULEO COACHES, rULLMANSAXTD Arr Fiankfcrt...A......li 30 733 9 aj remarkablo story, for I felt that I best who, being very fond of J. W. Hayden, Stanford connects with L. A N. SLEEPING AND DINING CAR! PAELOB CABS, watched beside him whilo tho gardener, showed my sympathy with her mortifi- A connects with Q. Si C. and L S. II ho slept. A S.H. BaughmanJLincolu; with K. C. C connects SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ'OVER THE mosquito buzziug about tho sleeper's cation by giving her achauco to narrate ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE J.S. Uockcr. Staniord; SUNDAY TRAINS. Nor was I mistaken, for W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; head threatened to disturb slum her - DINING - CARS. ber, whereupon tho brute of his friend, sho successfs. Head very high, aud hor m.Leave Franklort 9 0010a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. YOltf OLKWESTERN rtAILROAl M. D. Elmore, Stanford; hold her RUNNINC a Lve Georgetown 37; arnvn Franklort is 30 CHCAPC8T, BEST and QUICKEST LINE. T. P. Hill.Stanford. p. m. watching his opportunity, brought down eyes were very bright as sho replied: WRITE TO The Kentucky Midland K. L. Tanner, McKinney; "I said that if sho really wished to tions form the shortest and Railway and connec- Write for Rates, Mops, a weighty paw with deadly forco upon cheapest route to all Descripth E. H, BACON, D. P. A.,W.J PEED.G'P.A. 'amplifem, to nny Station Agent, or to JS.Hocket,Pre,ld.n,;M,J-Mmer'Mt-V"nthe mosquito certainly, but also upon obligo us she would do so best by re- points South, East, North and west. Chicago, HI .Louisville, Ky. information apply their agent. . m. r. bhaqo, ALLCN HULL, W. BCVILt, 1... it.. uuuu ui ii.. i.t- - .1 fjivruuuer, ayjiu maining perfectly silent and quiet about For further D. BERCAW. Gento Pass. Agent. C. iuu uuiuvcu Jchn J.,'McRoberU,.Cashtr; iuu tfi. Trawliaf I'sm, Ay ta'iram.itrift. iit. B HARPER, Gen. Supt Denver. noVer found wordi to thank his syinpa- - affairs that certainly did not in tho GEO. St. Paul. A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. 10LI)IIIIS,0. Kimosj; ra. UOiaOKCTA. Glue-Gra- Going North trains pass Junction City as fol lows: Hlue-Urvestiouie' starts 0 a. m, Ves tlbulfl Limited 3:3s p. m. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida a. ra. Limited Soutn N O. Vestibule la i3 p. ra. Florida Limited 11:15a m. Local it:j5 p. m. Vestibule arrives 8:40 p. m, :. WN 7Pr Ait s ' most procions r!HE thing iu tho world "Dofcim mo from my friends, and every morning at the rate of FIFTY CKNTS Tho Noblest and Nicest Goods? tako caro of my enemies " quoted I, PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and Can bo had in the market, Prices lower than the 75c and sho who had como to mo drowned at 10 In smaller Iota. E. BItEM Kit, Stanford. lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and in grief went nway with smiling lips. etamine beforo buylnr MAHV DAVIS DUDDF.RAR. Thero is nothing iu tho world that so Mr. Kate Duddcrar, Manager. Stantoid, Ky soon and so surely brings comfort to tho COMMERCIAL IILOCK human soul as to bopIacod upon good F. U. RILEY.lPropriotor, terms with Ono moro class of mistaken sympa- London, - Kentucky, Mavis Verticil Feed Sewing1 Machines thizers is that of lugubrious ones They 1 hate moved to ray new Hotel' and am betls no? only miuglo thoir tears with yours Are iho bnt because 'hey run lighter, and can do than ever to but tho torroutsof thoir grior sweep tho Srepared very attached accommodato th public a greater variety of work than any other sewing and every convenience d machine. The fountains of yours quite dry aud barren. urtd. Give me a call. FRANK RILKY. 77 Thoy not only listen to your lamentaLadios Lincoln County tions but go boyoud them with such Are cordially invited to call at the M Asaph g jeremiads of woo that you leave off Motel and examine the machine, aa well as sam plesorits woik. McMUKKAY IIROS.. to keep up and cud by feeling that Home-Seeker- s' Staniord, Ky you had not half appreciated your own misfortunes and listen to tho new and eulnrged version of them with a certain W. B. To points in mournful prido and an nccoss of self pity which sweeps away all tho healing I work timo may havo begun to put in. Office South Side Main St., In office recently "Such blows as this como but onco in n vacatej by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Via . lifetime. I can't wonder that yon feci all Iioihj of happiness is over, but you must remember that resignation is a r I'll THE RILEY HOUSE lt-ei- r. of try-iu- t Excursions X DR. PENNY JMlTOTZTG-JIBig1 Dentist. duty." Four Route, Higgins & Watts, All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Rspootfully 1 ivitd. pat-tlcu- -- m. mwaew Fine Farm For Sale OF Pure RrSSEIX BROWN, pro-serv- es -- VS2TDOMZ p, 1 1 Krit-clai- s fflHfrp PRICE, blue-er- as never-fallin- g n. !" ft M wfa40ee- - 1 ! The Myers House, D. S. CARPI1TT3DH, well-know- Stanford, n R . Zimmer, Groceries, nrst-cla- si LIVERY STABLE. THE WEEKLY JNFORTK WKST, Fancy Fanners BankATrnst Foreign and COURIER-JOURNA- L Fruits, Double Daily Trains Weekly c- ri, 1 ZIMMER. ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Ky. Midland R'y, usuranoe Company Cincinnati and Frankfort NORFOLK RAILROAD. BARBEE WESTERN FIRST T0"?- - 1 '5 TICKETS 1 1 S200.000 21,300 J ) ;.. .n.. aa World's Fair Record. st CHICAGO - NOSTH-WZS- sd T, -- NORTH AND EAST. Time-Table- s, s-- T 1 I t..i -- 1 th : ,i-i- ,; Mau rSasZn i',W