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NO. 58 has d Mrs. Kemp Sims is rocovering from n oerlous f ci Jlolathu done. author of a bill that cstab-lisho- a court to adjudicate and nettlo laud clnlma growing out of the treaties with Mexico known as the Gadsden treaty nud tho treaty of Guadaloupo Hidalgo. This was a mosW important piece of legislation. Since land litiga-Hounder this net, lias been determined in local courts, rather than in a little committee room in Washington wo havo had no scandals like tbo Maxwell Kraut nnd similar grants. Author of the legislation that reoulted Congress, particiin tho pated in by all Americas, North, South and Central. Author of tho bill providing for tho survey of a railroad connecting the Northern and b'outhern parts of our hemisphere. That survey has been mado and declared to be practical. Ho also llrat suggested tho creation of tho Department o! Agriculturo, nnd was the author of a bill to that end. Ho in troduced tho bill placing farming Implements on the freo list, olso mechanics an 1. r- -- General Master Workman Sovereign strikes are crimes nnd strikers crimnot dangerous wounds. Dt. Peyton was inals. According to this, Debs ought to called to dress them. bo wearing stripes. $132. We eeo from your laHt issue that Next Moiiday will be county court. Mrs. Delia Harlan Martin lelt n will, Gov, McCreary will speak in your town Master Commissioner John W. Miller which gives her property to her hus- court day in October. We hopo he will has a largo number of land sales adverband, Mr. Jlichnrd Martin. mnko an appointment for this place, as tised for that day. A negro child at Mr. there are a few who need an old fashion Gen. W. J. Landrnm and Cnpts. F. Davo Logau'ti ewulloned a nail, which ed doee of democracy. J. White and O. Galiaghe'r will probably ciused its death in a short time. Master Tommy Sliolton bought n attend the meeting of tho Mexican vetMrs. Ann Gastineau has about 100 young Montana colt for ?2.50. Peter erans at Lawrenceburg next week. geese. How somo young men I know I lam ton has received n All tho coons in town went to n picnew piano wagon who attended tho Liberty Fair would nnd plenty of elegant instruments nnd nic nt Davistown Saturday. They had like to havo an opportunity to mnko proposes to furniah music to the public; two brass hauds and made the town burgoo of ono or two of this dock. but we feel that ho would sustain the quite lively before their departure. A cistern at tho school-housis tho same relation to one of them Mr. T. G. StevenB, who was in busthat n monklatest addition to the premises, and sinco ey does to a grinding organ. iness In Lancaster for several years, has it was superintended by Oapt. Robert D. Notwithstanding tho llnancial pres- returned and opened a bakery and conWill be found the characteristics of our stock of Fall Dry Goods. Logan, it is a daisy, for what he does is sure, there aro many reasons why wo fectionery at tho old Haselden Btuud. We strive first to find what our trade will want, then try to buy as always dona woll. It was even so when should rejoice. First, God has bestowed Tbo community has a diphtheria We ho was fighting tho Yankees a long time upon us nil needed blessings, including n ecaro, though it seems without much cheap as possible and in sufficient variety to please all taste. show you a ago. tnnln. refreshing rain; tho Japs havo gained foundation. Wo asked a number of perHo also presented tho resolutions with Misses Sophia and Llrilo Wright, of another victory over the Chinese, nnd sons and failed to learn of a single case able and exhaustive report, declaring tho the West Knd of Lincoln, havu been last, though not least, Offens has do in town. opposition of tho Uuited States to Eu- visiting Misses Lizzie, Maggie and Agnes feated Breckinridge. We Rev. Hill, who was pastor of tho Bee no room ropean governmental control of any in" Gastineau. Tho latter two had just re- for grumbling. Tho man who is not Methodist church here two years ago, toroceanic canal across tho Isthmus of turned from Somerset. Miss Georgia pleaeed nt this is a chronic kicker nnd has been returned by conference for Of over 300 pieces of New Dress Goods and show you different Darien. Lewis Is visiting relatives nt Turners would not be satisfied with gold nails in term. Rev. Greer has been given legislation, Ho was tho author of that styles from what you see at home and sell them invariably enough vl lie. his coilin. a mountain circuit. which he passed over strenuous opposiTho Bcnolars of Miss Mattio Bosley'e Mrs. Lizzie Carter has returned from Lancaster LoJge No. 104 F. fe A. M., cheaper to pay you to see us. Note these prices, viz; after a contest of six days, authoriz- school here, 32 in number, had quite an tion Lebanon Junction. Mrs. Andrews, of now has 35 members. Considering that 25c. yd. for 34 inch Pure Wool Tricot. ing the president to retaliato upon for- enjoyable picuic among themselves in Carbin, is visiting her daughter, .Mrs the lodge was recently re organized, this ' . Silk and Wool Novelties. eign vessels. This was virile legislation their teacher's company laut Friday. 39C Adams. Mrs. George Pope is visiting is'a pretty good showing. There will be 11 nnd settled that question. All Wool Novelties (20 styles.) r 39C They spread u dinner altogether that al- friends at Livingston. Miss Alice Stag-ne- work in the F. O. degree Monday night. h most covered a half acre, and really and All Wool Worsteds. 50c. of Lowell, is with Mrs. Vandeveer. The recont showers put enough watruly "hail n picnic" All Wo.ol Novelties (17 styles.) Mr. Jeff Barnes has rcturuod from Mis- ter in the pools at tho' planing mills to 65 c. Guy Hundley has the smallest pony souri. Mrs. Umberston has gone to New enable them to resume work. The water All Wool Rough Plaids. 75c. outside of circus. Ho is 0 years old, York to eeo her brother, who is very eick. at the flouring mills had also given out, lookThese are only a few from many. You can sptnd a half-daGuy I mean, not tho pony, and is abso- Her husband accompanied her na far ns but they hauled from a spring nenr town lutely tho best equestrian of his ngejn Louisville. L. C. Laud, of Louisville, 'is and did not stop. ing over our stock. Don't fail to see our line of the country. The pony is just about tho the guest of his brother, Robert Laud. " Nearly every member of the uniform size of u shepherd dog nud deliberately rank K. of P. will attend the encamprMMEMOHIAWT" walks in the house, goes up stairs and ment nt Lexington the 1st and 2d. An These we have, in cheap and fine qualities, but call your special atotherwise makes itself generally familiar Wiiehkas, we hnvo just recoived the effort will be made to get the K. C. train Si-3grades. These areall 52 inches wide, with tho inmates of the household. sad news of the death of our respected which leaves Richmond ever' morning tention to our 60, S5, St, It is subject of general remark that frieud and beloved brother, Rev. John at G o'clock to run down here and .ake strictly all wool, durable and above all are stylish. Mr. Felnnd Kenley Trlbblo is one of tbo Bell Gibson, who died nt his home in the crowd. most industrious aud successful farmers Stanford, Sept. 14, 1S04, and whereas it Mrs. M. H. Owsley and family havo in the neighborhood. He "keeps things has pleaeed tho infinite and allwise God returned from Dripping Springs much in apple jlo order nnd can do a dozen nt to tnko him from our church, nnd a life improved in health. Mr. Jacob Joseph once." This ia not intended as an ad- of usefulness hero on earth to that home is in the cities buying goods. Maj. Jas. We offer choice of 50 single dress patterns, no two alike, ranging vertisement for the young Indies to which is prepared for the finally faith- Dillon is able to be out again. Mr. O. in price from $6 to $1 5. These are in Tailor checks, rough Bouch peruse, but n plaiu, unvarnished state- ful, bo it therefore resolved. W. Shugirs i3 learning tho art of rolling SitETAW. of facta 1st. That the Christian church of ment pills at Stormea' drug store. Miss Lottie effects, Imported Coverts, Vicunas, &c, the very latest ideas out in has by tho sudden death of Dillon, who has been visiting the Misses Dress Goods Ho secured tho legislation under which We are making a special effort on Tho Ohio democrats in convention our beloved brother lost a useful and Marksbury, is visiting relatives nrar tbo International Medical Congresa was adopted a platform, which praises the devoted member and most successful and New Antioch. Mrs. Salllo Hemphill lelt held in Washington eomo years ngo. etlicient, economical aud honest adminis- proficient minister. Tuesday for Louisville nnd Cincinnati. He Is tho author of tho bill amending tration of President Cleveland; declares And arc offering the best values ever put out. Serges and Henri2nd. That while he labored with us Mr. W. T. West j'b in Cincinnati buying tho Gerry Chinese law, and the protection a fraud, and, while recogniz in October and November 1S93 many New figured black goods in neat law la a settlement of tho vexed goods. Miss Georgia Millerj leaves' Sat ettas 40 to 52 inch at 40c to $1 yd. country a set- ing tho benefit of tho reduction of dutiea wero lead by him to confess their Sav- urday for Bowling Green to attend designs and fine qualities at 50, 65, 25. 85. and up. Chineso question in our Novelties and on imports just mado by Congresa, fa tlement acceptable to both races and vorssuch further reduction as can be ior and although death has asserted her school. Mrs. Mary E. Hackley, of Dan- Staples at all prices up to $2.75 yd. clainiB and removed him from our midst, both governments. Ho is tho author of visiting relatives here. Missea made, to the end that purely protective ho will yetlivo in our memory and be ville, is the bill to givo effect to tho Bering Sea duties be abolished; declares that the Alice Fox Young and Mattie E. Walker loved by us. award. left this morning to attend school at Ox3rd. That wo extend to his beloved ford, Ohio. We have just put on sale 50 child's Reefer Jackets made of fine al But bis greatest piece of work was his McKlnley law caused the business do handling of tho Hawaii business tho last preesion, reduced tho revenue nnd led family and relations in this their time of wool cloakings that we offer at $2.50 for choice. These are for chilCRAB ORCHARD. session of Congres. Ho pursued the oven to the necessity for iesuiug more gov- great sorrow, our deepest and heartfelt dren 6, S, io, 12 and 14 years and the commonest Jacket in the lot Business failures, sympathy and offer them tho consoling tenor of his way and passed the resolu- ernment bonds. Our jail is now empty except for is worth $$. strikes, low wages, low prices for farm thought, that though ho be gone from For tions indorsing the administration. somo locust posts that wero ordered there this ho received tho hearty thanks of tho produces are enumerated as tho result of earth, ho lives in Heaven. for aafe keeping, they having to figure tho McKlnley law. Unlimited coinnge 4th. That each of us strive to live aa In a trial Saturday. president nnd tho secretary of State. He was ono of the commissioners to of silver is advocated at 10 to 1, with pure and holy a life as ho and rseot him A big room full. Stock now complete. 75styles of Ladies cloak Mrs. Withers, who spent the sumnt last in that laud where death shall mer with her reatives in our town nnd from represent tho United States at tho In- equal legal tender pawer to S22.50. "Golf," "English" and other style cloth capes. James Leach, of Scott county, n never enter. ternational Monetary Conference hold In Stanford, left for ner home In St. Jo- Childrens' long cloaks all prices. See our child's long cloak at $2. f worm friend of W. 0. Owens, wno had 5th. That n copy of these resolutions seph, Mo., Wednesday. Mr. A. E. io Europe tn 1S92 and suslnlnood been ill for somo time, prayed thnt ho bo spread at largo upon our church regAnd by far the largest line of fur capes ever in Danville. Over 100 creditably, as ho always has done, to who has been n guest of Dr. might be spared to vote for that gentle ister, one bo sent to the Knox County Prices S6.50 to S45- - Furs, French Coney, French whatever station called. Dick at the Springs the past week, left to select from. Alter enumerating these and tho oth- man nnd had made arrangements to bo News, Interior Jouhxal nud Christian Thursday morning for his homo in Chi- Seals, Astrachan Krimmer, Wool Seal, Martin and Monkey. Fur er ollkial acts of Gov. McCreary la n let- taken to the polls. His doctor advised Guide and one bo forwarded immediate- cago. capes we consider the leaders for the season. ter from Washington to the Courier-Journa- him to abandon tho idea, but ho answer- ly to the bereaved family. Mr. Gus Hofmann is oa a bmliCES ed that if Iih died going or coming it Dan H. Williams, Henry W. Bow- trip to Indianapolis. Capt. J. W. 1 h mi-tho correspondent nskt: What other Kentucklan In our dele- mado no difference, bo intended to vote. man, John G. MatthewB, committee. and wife, of Madison, Ind., nre visitWe can show you 30 new styles in silk'chenille Portierres. Excel Sept. 10, 1S94. gation In either House can equal it, or His death on Friday night before tho ing his slBter, Mrs. Alice Newland. Mr anywhere approach it? There is no memoranio primary cost .Mr. (Jivens one S1.S5, 52.50, S3, to S5 pr. At $7.50 and $10 ol Pineville, spent Sunday lent values at Si-5Danville. Hank stock Bold Mondny Harvo Melvin, bluster about him; ho don't bloviate. He voto nt least. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John we show exquisite curtains worth double this money. A gooso with romarkablo maternal at miction as follows: Ten shares in tho ia not n brasa band heading a siege train Melvin. Mrs. J. F. Holdman has been nnd undemon- instinct has been found in Harrison coun- Farmers Bank, to J. W. Yprkes at S199 quito sick for tho past veek. Mr. J. W. of artillery; ho is quiet 10 shares in the Citizens to J. strative; but tho first thing you know, ty. Her brood was recently drowned per share; a few days with his W. Yerkes nt S1SS.50, and 10 Bliares iu Brooks is spending nnd before you know it, James B. Mc- nnd nn old bow, witit h litter of 12 pigs mother and Bister. John is a greaV matime. Tho old tho Boyle to Mooro Brothers at $190. Creary has gonoanu dono just what ho died about tho boy. mother gooso has adopted tho little or- Miss Mary Listen, second daughter of ma In this regard Bet out to go nnd do. Mrs. W. B. Burko, Jr., and children OF Mrs. Jas. Listen, died at her John Sherman ia tho only man In either phan pig nnd persists in her attention Mr. and thip city last night 11 o'clocki are visiting her father, Capt. W. R. Bilat Congress that surpasses him, toward them. Tho family is doing well. home in Housoof Mr. Bon Boyd, of Knoxville, has All records for distance heliograph of consumption. Tno republicans of lion. nnd John Is not as much of an orator as rented ol Mrs. M. A. Singleton her farm flignaling havo been broken by the Boyle county will hold a convention on n our Jim is either. tho 29th, to nomi- for the next year and will take poses-BioIn this our new day nnd generation United States Army Signal Corps, n mes Saturday ntternoon, county oillcials. Burroughs left AT Oct. 1st. Rev. Mr. McCreary Ib tho man for the times a sage Having neon sent by sun nasties nate a full ticket for for his home in Louisville Thursday very lE-A-GIBpractical man, un honest man, n Arm from Mount Uncompahgro, Col., to Advocate. 1-much improved in health. The good man, a etrong roan n man who never Mount Ellen, Utah, n distance of 1S3 Latonia. Tho Fall Meeting at Lato-ni- Odd Fellows in Stanford visited the goeB off at tho hnlf cock nnd never Ioscb miles. 26 Doz. Men's all linen Hemstitch. oxtonds from September 1st to Octo- lodge hero last Saturday night and they Dnvo Goosby, a lecherous Georgia his head. 0th. The Queen & Crescent will had a general revival in that order. ber 22 Doz. Ladies' fine colored embroidered pnd scolloped. There is another aspect of tho man I negro, has gono tho way all such brutes sell tickets to Cincinnati each day, good d 20 Doz. Black and White Embroidered Hemstitch. Ho is tho best ought to. Ho attempted to ravish n 5 days to return, nt one nnd HUBBLE. have not mentioned. tuo rounu trip, ask agents lor politician of all of them, nnd hia word is young white girl near Thomasville and fare lor 24 Doz. All White Embroidered and Scolloped. particulars. W. O. Rinearson, G. P. A.( Our town is ready for a good rain, as bond remember this, young mnu, failing, cut her throat. A mob took Cincinnati. his 20 Doz. Men's Embroidered Hemstitch. tbo new cistern is complete. and old gontlemen, too his word is his him from the jail and broke his neck. Dr. Lowis presented Mr. and Mra. Duciiln'uArnlcft Salve. In 1802 the county of Jeflerson, or bond, and that ia not only a great thing, . The belt salve la the world tot cuti, bruisess Ed Keoton with a fino girl this week, tho Fifth Congressional district, cast thing in a statesman. rever but a rare .tetter, rei, ulcsts, nit rhoum, corns sores,all skla cnap the first to bless their happy union and erup and votes for Cleveland, 13,454 for Harri- ped hands, chllbUini, positively curci p;l,orna pay requir Margaret Pioster, of Schenectady, N, son, C51 for Bidwell and 358 for Weaver- - oioni It It guaranteed tgjjive perfect aatiifactioa home. i d Wm. Rigney and tho pretty daughS centl per box. Y ia in her 93d year and rides a bicycle Cleveland's plurality 7,401. For Con- tt noney refunded. Trice Kor sale or A. R. Penny, SUnlord, Ky. ter of Luther Underwood got married It gress, Oaruth's plurality was 0.07S. with as much vim aa a Tuesday and their host of friends join in Speolmon Oaeoa. Aa Engineer Tom Carter was oiling aho recently challenged any is said that age In th world to rido a hla engine on a trestlo at Lonesome ValS. H. Clifford, New Cawel, Wis., wai troubled wishing them prosperity. women of her with Neuralgia aud Hheumatum; his itomacb Somo eood feeding hogs for sale bicycle ruco with her for a prize Bible. ley, on the Knoxville and Cumberland, was diiordered, his liver was affected to an alarm- fell away and ho was terribly here now. S. Hubble lost a fine mule appetite L. Kahler, a a sudden lurch of the engine threw him ing degree, llesh aud strength. Three bottles 01 While In Chicago, Mr. Charles Jloines, reduced in ol this week with lock jaw. Morris Farris i oromloent shoo merchant It. Des took such Iowa, over, and ho fell 150 feot. Ho was dead Electric Hitters cured him. a seHe quite a serious time of Edward Shepherd, Harnsburtr, lllin bought eomo good feeding cattlo horo vere cod that he could hardly talk or navigate, when picked up. running sore on his leg of eight, years' stand-iuv Cough this week at 3c. T. G. Nunnelley is Used three bottles of Electric Hitters but the prompt uie ot Chamberlain' that other at Loulsvillo nnd Nashville earnings cured him of his cold eo quickly hi. example boxes of Hucklen's Arnica Salve and hd crop of corn on followed weeks of September show an in- lexis sound and well' John Speaker, CaUwbu buying hogs to feed his the hotel who had had cold, It rora the near-!- for two Wm. half a do.en person, ordered protu.e Or. had five Urge fever sores on his leg; j doctors Swopo farm down in field. in their crease of $102,303 over tho same period said he was incurable. One bottle of Electric .toro. They were crop of corn that ho sold to R. L. "hanks to Mr. Hahler tor telling them how to cure and ono box Uucklen's Arnica Salve ric Bitters last year, but $87,530 under those of cured hitn entirely. Sold by A. R.J Penny, drugHubble for $100, was laid at 7 bbla. Ho:kcr, oh surgical operation. William I'hllllpa has rented his place to Nelson Stringer for 1S03 at S223. Adams' Sulphur Woll is apparently the most popular point in this bectiou. Mrs. King, I am told, will move to her farm from Danville about Jan. 1st. Fountain D. Myers sold to Lovo T, Llllard 7 calvea, 2 sows nnd 15 piga for Elieha Ponco is painting Tom Ball's Hon. James B. McCreary will speak reoldeuco. John Cordler and Hallis Car- at the court-hous- e next Monday afterrier hayo built a large shop, near tho noon. post-olllc- e, for blacksinithingand wagon-makinSheriff Robinson is nblo to eit up. He has had quito Mr. from a freight car near Brodhead, Wedneeday, receiving two painful n long and serious at Clwles S. Keialing was thrown tack of typhoid fever. but Bays I V Hfl Danville, Kentucky. two-year-ol- LOW PRICES, Style and Variety. o . an-oth- GREAT : LINE 40-inch , 40-inc- h r, 40-inc- 52-inc- h 52-iric- h y COVERT CLOTHS. 5 IN EXCLUSIVE - NOVELTIES. BLACK GOODS, SPECIAL. Bar-bourvi- lle Mc-Crea- , CLOAKS AND CAPES. S3-50 him-eel- Gro-etzing- l, ai PORTIERRES. .s-un- Special Sale ! 12 2 112 Doz. Handerchiefs, a GBUTS C.. ono-thir- 20,-0- 15 WOlOTIrl 2& CiENTS. c. Rem-ed- ?, Mos-ier'- B ftW.SG. Stan-for- d. 1S02. gist. Danville, Kentucky. ., .... r. 4!JLii - 'i ' "-- ' ' 'X - -- " T tj t TTV If John W. StebbinB, of Maryland, on Whkn people get too good for this NEWSYJjOTES. the nomination of Mr, William W. Morworld thev ouaht to be translated. The W. J. Scanlon, tho actor, has been ris, of Louisville, was elected Grand Sire Methodists, at least some of them, seem adjudged insane. of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd to have reached that state and we exJ. G. Decker has beon appointed Staxtord Kt September 21, 1894 pect to Bee them taken to heaven like Fellows, in Besslon at Lookout Moun postmaster at Clyde, Wayne county. tain Inn, Tenu. Atlantic City, N. J., Elijah. At the conference held in Breckinridge carried Bourbon by was chosen as tho Frankfort, Dr. Povnter, president of Scl- next place of meetingW. P. WALTON. A daring plot of five farmers residAcademy, at Shelbyville, was 154, Fayette by 205 and Honry by 405. enco Hill A convict at tho Je fferson ville penl ing at Memphis, Mo., to hold up and rob held up for permitting his girls to danco. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Ho explained that it was simply a tontiary died at tho hour his sentence ex- the Denver and Utah express of tho Atchison, Topeka- and Santa Fo railroad At the Louisville Store last week was quite a success. People for healthful exercise without male accom- pired. JAS. B. M'CREAKY Oil CONGRESS Tho Chineso wore routed at Ping was frustrated near Gorin, Mo. Through miles around attended the sale and every one went away paniment and that he could see no harm For County Judge. J AS. WALKER GIVENS in it, but the goody good rolled their Yang, Corea, with 2,300 killed and 0 a spy the olllcialn and detectives were loaded down with Cleric .... G. Jl. COOPER surrendered. informed of the plot and met tho attack oyep in holy horror and Baid it muat bo B. PAXTON Attorney.............'......!. Gov. Flower has decided not to bo a with a fusllado of bullets, which tho Sheriff. T. D. NEWLAND stopped instanter, forthwith, immedi candidate forronomination by tho dem- bandits answered. Four have been ar. E. D. KENNEDY ately. They used to say it was not dancAlienor " Jailer ... ... .....G. W. DEBORD ing unless you crossed your feet, but ocrats of New York. rested; two are wounded, onn fatal v. -Magistrate Stanford Pie Brewer estato of The this high tribunal has decided that any DAWfcON cinct .W. L. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. will bo divided among heirs " Constable do ..T. J. BENEDICT form of the amusement is as bad almost $10,000,000 as the unpardonable sin, if not tho sin and tho litization Bottled. Harry IC, 2:lflr, la by a full blooded Bought at one-haof actual value. New goods arc f piling in onus exLord Rothschild presents each Lon- Glydesdalo horse. The Hon. .. J. McDermott is littlo itself, and must not be indulged in don policeman with a pipe and an ounce every day, a perfect feast for the eyes of the lovcrsj of 'beauty and of forfeiting church John Anderson sold to Johnson, of but he ia load. The Loaisvillo evening cept at the risk here and spending the hereafter of tobacco at Christmas. style, and satisfaction Boyle, eight feeders at 3c. the purses of those who papers claimed that he was not in the Walter and Donnison Gallem met Wheat crushed for feed at 5c per race, but when the Lmllcta were counted in hades. Alas that all of us should with death from foul air while cleaninga bushel. J. II. Baughman it Co. it was shown that he was nominated for strain at a camel and swallow a gnat. well near Union, W. Va. Congress in the 5th district, by 2,449 over SoVeral varieties of nice peed wheat In this neck of the woods tboro aro no Three persons wore instantly killed for sale. J. II. Baughman tt'Co. the present incamrent, lion. Asher 6. tears being shed over the turning down and three others probably fatally shockSam M. Owens sold to Will Moretand Caruth, and 3,043.over John M. of Congressman Caruth by tho Louised by lightning in Bath county. a car load of 225 pound hdgs at 6Jc. is said to bave opened his "barl." ville primary. We have nlways regardJohn Morrow, of Dallas, Texas, killThe stock contains all the most beautiful goods of,' recent manufacSixty million pounds of oleomargc- Mr. McDermott is a young man and the ed him as a very smooth bore and have ed James O'Neil because he found him rine was used in tho United young men, who do the hallooing and had no patienco with him since his ac States latt ture, all the proper and stylish garments for Fallland Winter wear. year. the working, together with the city ma- tion in tho surveyor's contest It would walking with his wife after dark. In Dress Goods, Flanncls, Underwear, and Gents' Furnishing Goods Miss Sallie Young, of Mendon, O., Farrls & Whitley, of Boyle, bought chine, nominated him. Then too be is a not have been so bad if ho had chosen A bigjlinc of Catholic and they always stick together. some good man of the many good ones was latally stung oy yenow jacxeis- in tho Shelby City section a lot of 100 our line is complete. The nominee is far from being to honor who offered for the place, but it was ab- while attending the burial of a relative- stock hogs at 5c. A colored gambler at the The first hogBhead of tobacco of the and to fame unknown. He is a man of solutely ridiculous to have such a Fair has been oentended to two 1S9 crop crop was sold on tho brents represented his brains and brilliancy, has appointed as the present incumdistrict in the Legislature and but don't bent. That very act cost him many years in tbe penitentiary and a One of at Louisville Wednesday. $500. A. Steeubergen hasthreo ears of corn let it be used against him, was a niomber hundred votes, we havn't n doubt A. A. Robinson has declined tho with 23 rows each on them. They are as of the constitutional convention. The tug of war will come in the final strugCol. Craddock is getting bo reckless presidency of tbe A tchison, Topeka and largo as a small sized keg. Just received and the prices marked extremely low. ki our gle with Col. Evans, but the democrats with his money that his heirs apparent Santa Fe railroad at a salary of 160,000 a Fifty acres of fresh grass laud for bave got the votes and they will elect or otherwise aro thinking of having a yoar. rent, 1 miles from Hustonvillo on tho In a naval battlo between the Chi Stanford pike. Robert Barnett. their man, if they are at all worthy to committee appointed for him. He actuAll orders for feed muBt bo accom; follow the lead of Jefferson and Jackson. ally gave, so it is alleged, a mountain nese and Japanese on the Yalu, two of church $1 to help buy an organ. No- the former's war ships went down and panled with the cash, if expected to bo Tns Middlesboro News figures Col. body who knows the editor of the Paris three of the latter's. " honored. J. II. Baughman it Co. Adams clear out of the race, only giving Kentuckian believes this story, but we Joseph Denunzio, tbe great Louis- Tho Kentucky Association will hold him Clinton, Russell and Pulaski, with a are prepared tor tho most improbable ville fruit man, is dead. He was 52 years its fall meeting at Lexington, November Wc can furnish you with most any style and pricc;shoc you want. majority of 800, against the Magic City things after his paper advocated Col. old and came to this country from Sicily 12. This is to provent a clash with OakDon't fcrgct to look at outline of ley. magnate's 4,400 in tho other counties if Breckinridge on one page and Owens 25 years ago without a cent. ( It cost $1,000 to tako a"carload of district. Even Casey is put down in on the other. Patrick O'Leary, tho husband of the Mrs. O'Leary, who owned the cow that fruit from Sacramento to London two Colson's column. Such reckless stateTiiere is nothing new in the Breckin- kicked over tho liymp that burned the years ago. Tho rato thio year is about ments will not fool even the fools. Col. $700. Adams is as popular as any man could ridge business, "Ho issued a manifesto, city of Chicago in 1871, is dead. Thero wero 2,000 cattlo on the Mr, be in Casey, and bis standing at home is in which he claimed to bave been de Breckinridge's friends charge fraud to make his friends proud o frauded by illegal votes and abusing ev- in the late primary bv showing that tho Sterling market Monday. Good feeders such as And Telescopes. him. We do not think they can beat erybody and everything that had oppoe-hi- total vote at tho primary was 19,210, sold at 3 to 3; heifers and yearlings at 2 to 3. The official count, he declares, wi 1 while the old war horse, even with money, and the yoto for Cleveland in 1S02 was It is estimated that Georgia's waterif he is not returned to Congress, the re- alone satisfy him of his defeat, and tl ei only 16.50S. melon shipments have brought into the ho will support the nomineo. Owens' publicans of the 11th will show that they The populist candidate for sheriff at oi a can not appreciate genuine worth and majority oyer rum is ami stated at over Indianapolis is prevented from prosecu state irom nan to million dollars. 300 and he will be declared the nominee modest merit sentence to ting his canvass by a Nancy Hanks is no longer queen of almost without a doubt. tho workhouse for drunkenness, assault tho trotting turf. Alix holds the record The Bugar planters of Louisiana have A minority resolution favoring the and battery. gone over body and soul to the republinow at 2:03, having gone tbe milo at A two story house at South Bend, election of U. S. Senators by popular A. URBANSKYI& CO., J Proprietor can party and will unite with them in tbat on the Galeaburg, 111., track. was moved a quarter of a mile in fc Co. bought of Joe Congressman of that vote was carried in the Ohio conven Ind., It. N. Wathen their effort to elect T. D. RANEY, Manager. 20 minutes by the watch. It was close faith in that State. The cause of their by a vote of 407 to 32Si after a heated de Phillips 57 top sugar mules at $125. Tbp to tbe railroad track and a locomotive action is the repeal by the democratic bate. This was done as a token of oppo" same firm his also bought several other stuon to senator mice, wnose name was was bitched to it party of the sugar bounty law. Such lots not ea good at $100. Lebanon Fal Grant Westerffeld, Elvira, Laurej con. men can be easily spared from the party, frequently hissed. The Senator is said county, vice AttiBon Bowling, resigned, The Terra Haute Trotting Associawhich will not rob the many for thebeu-efi- t to have bought his seat and paid for it and A. W. Jones, Klttner, Wayne coun- tion is $5,000 behind on its last meeting, of the few. The bounty law was a with money gotten from the trusts, for ty, vice J. F. Jones, resigned, aro new wnicu was me most Driiuant it nas ever steal from the pockets of the people pure whoso Bakes he with Gorman, and others changes. Of Zinc and CanvassJCovercd Round and Square Top betrayed the democratic party. had, as far as record smashing is conand simple to enrich a few hundred sudemocrats in South cerned. The gar planters, whose action now show The New York republicans nominated Carolina denounced President Cleveland Mr. Joshua Brown sends us word they can be bought with a price. The President Levi P. Morton for for letting republicans remain in office that we were mistaken about Mr. Carter democracy can not afford to pay so much governor, opposed free silver coinage and and for joining forces with the republi- having anything to do with the sale of for them. found nothing in the democratic party, cans to demonetize silver. his farm. He sold it himself direct to ' At a convention of tbe domocrats of Mr. Goodo. Emmett Logan is treading on danger- except that worthy of criticism and condemnation. Everything that has hap- Hart county Gen. Simon Bolivar Buck-nous ground when be gets after I. Shelby Tovis eold a lot of 1,025 pened, even almost to the forest fires, are was indorsed lor United States Sena- pound cattle at can bullrasj the old man, but if 3Jc Mr. Tovis has And Bags. this from tbe Times doesn't call for charged to the present administration, tor, and the selection of Senators by tho bought so far about 500 barrels of coin blood we are mistaken in the Son of his and there is no help in thn country, un- peoplo warmly advocated. Ht $1.50 on the stalk and f 1.00 to $2 deTwenty years ago the sovereign livered in his crib. Pa: With the damnable iteration of a less it comes from the republican party. It is very sad. grand lodge of I. O. O. F. met in Atlan t, Son Desha continues to tell a A Nebraska man has made arrangt ta. Thero were then 0,000 members in ments to start a farm near Raleigh to tired public what Pa is going to do. As The populists can't get tho names of We are receiving a full line of everybody knows what Pa has done and their candidates printed on the official tbe South. At the Chattanooga meeting breed coach horees. A Pennsylvania man has also started n farm near the doesn't care a continental what Son says ballots in Illinois, the law requiring that this week nearly 50,000 are reported. In Louisville, Mr. Pilanz is tho win- same placo for. the purpose of raising pe Pa is going to do, why doesn't this per- they must caat at the previous election 2 petual young man give his innocuous per cent of the entire vote to enable ner in the contest for sheriff by a plu- cans, butternuts, filberts, etc. A largo crowd attended A. M. jaw a well earned rest. them to do so. But since we come to rality of 877, whiio Mr. Woolfolk defeats bale yesterday, but bidding was of it, what's tho use of putting Maj. Calloway by 491. The other candithink Desua Breckinridge went to Georgesuch a ticket out. That alleged party is dates for county offices had no opposi rather slow. Farming implements sold Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. town to see how "pa" bad been swin- a very low; yearling cattle brought 3 GO; back number and as of littlo value as tion, dled there, but be found such a mob last years bird s nest. The executive committee of tho horses, mostly Texas ponies and plugs, spirit prevailing, as he excitedly tells the Kentucky Woman's Confederate Monu- brought from $18 to $30; calves $15; milk Lexington Press, that he was glad to get The race betwoen Judge S. B. Toney ment Association has decided upon a de- cows $20 to $40; yearling mules $31. The away with his life. He really believes and Mr. O'Neal for the appellate judge- sign for the monument to be erected in sale had not been completed when our Can sell them at prices never brforc known. Wc makcall of our the "cowardly scamps" would bave shot ship was so close that a contest will re- Louisville October 15. It is by Miss reporter left and it was likely that it ownfpipe and can fit any stove. him down, had they possessed the cour- sult. On the face of the returns, Judge Enid Yandell, and its construction will would last till dark. do bo. We suspect that "my boy" Toney has 103 majority, but O'Neal cost $12,000. age to Georgetown Court. About 150 cat was worse scared than he would have claims that tbe official count and correcis reported that tbe Owens forces tlo offered. A bunch of common, of It been hurt, but all the same, tbe George- tions will show his nomination. The spent $20,000 to $25,000 in tbe race, 0 about 1,000 pounds, sold at 2.45; good town people do not intend to submit to former seems to have the call, however, of it coming from Bourbon alone, and ones would have brought 3 cents. A any "shenanagin." and he will in all probability be declared that one lady in Lexington contributed lot of fat heifers, of 1,000 pounds, sold at MY STOCK OF- the standard bearer. $500 to the fund, The Breckinridge men 2 90. Work mules, two and three years The prohibitionists as a party will never amount to a hilloi beans, but prohi. The old stagers wont know tbe next are reported to have spent about $5,000. old, brought $02 to $75 per bead; one Settle bad little or nothing. pair good maro mules Bold at f 145. Thirbition itself is making rapidstrides. Near, Kentucky delegation in Congress- - Only The new Planters' House, St. Louir, ty good farm Southdown sheep and six ly every county in Mississippi has voted two, McCreary .and Montgomery, have opened. The hotel is 10 full bucks sold at $3 (Jt. Times. prohibition, including the county in so far made their calling sure, and they has been high and is fireproof throughout, stories Fine Livery Stable for Rent. Mr. which the capital is, and now in Arkan- and Berry, of tbe Covington district, and has 400 bedrooms, of which 350 are R. E, Coleman, who now has possession sas 44 of the 75 counties bave gone dry will, with Col. Adams probably, be the Tablets, &c, is very large and occupies a floor area of of my livery stable, will vacate when at one fell swoop. Tbe rum Beller has only ones left to tell tbe tale. Truly does front rooms. It of an acre. It cost rented to other parties. It is one of tho say "this is a bad nearly got to go and the rum drinker is going the Courier-Journa- l in construction, including furnishing, largest, handsomest and beat appointed year for incumbents." too. May they some day be only and best located stables in the State, and upwards of $1,000,000 memory. , The only white republican in RanAmericans import from Japan about has recently undergone extensive repairs We admit that we were somewhat off dolph county, Ga., has been sent to the 40,000,000 pounds of tea a year and 45, and additions. It has always enjoyed a in our predictions anent the Louisville lunatic asylum. A large proportion of 000.000 pounds from China. If the tea largo business. For terms and particuCall and Sec Us. primary, but not so far off as the Times-whic- the colored republicans in that county market eventually becomes much dis- lars call on T. H. Hardin, of this place. laughs at our miss, was in his had already gone to the penitentiary. turbed there will be an increase of inter- E. Roeser, Harrodsburg, Ky. experiments in Will Fox sold to L. H. Hudson a prognostications of tbe result before and The two places are bonnd to get over est in tbe bay maro by Red Chief, still- said crowded, if all who ought to be sent to South Carolina and Florida. after the vote was taken. It ABked if be would be a candidate dam by Messenger Chief, for $225. Far-ri- s was nominated when McDer tbe one or tho other get their deserts. Caruth & Whitley sold to T. L. & Wm. Lil- Maj. McDowell said: "No, mott bad gone in by nearly 2,500 pluraliBreb. Settle is nothing if not clever. for Congress, ty. As very falso prophets, we are both When it was reported that Breckinridge not for a $100,000. As long as there was lard 00.900 pound cattle at 3, and to entitled to free passage on the Salt river bad won the nomination, he telegraphed a prospect oi uoi. .urecxinnuge Deing Dick Gentry 30 averaging about 1,200 lbs. i 4c. Same firm bought of Will Mur Parlor Lamps in great variety. was a possibility of my Handsomest line ever brought to raft. him bis compliments and assurance of nominated, there d running, but I am out of it now and phy, of Lincoln, eight cattle Stanford. We also lead in support. Afterwards Owens got on top It seems to be a day of little man in don't want to rnn under any circumstan- at 3? and 4; of J. O. Johnson, a bunch of Louisville. She has tbe smallest mayor and he hastened to tender his good ces." Washington county yearllngB at 2j; 17 wishes and faithful in the country and now she's going to no flies on Evan. service. There are Tbe Hon. Samuel O. Nunn, an ex Washington county 1,100 have the smallest Congressman. We member of the Kentucky Legislature, pounds, at 3; a bunch of two year-oldmean of course physically speaking. Warden of the Eddy ville from Lincoln and Shelby, 1,100 poundai It is said that the republicans will and Mentally they are giants. Mayor Tyler nominate George Denny for Congress penitentiary, was shot and instantly kill- at 3 to 3.G0; of Tom Baughman, of Boyle, to reach a glass on a bar against Mr. Owens. -- If they do there ed at Marion by Town Marshal Lloyd. a mixed lot of cattle 2; of Spoonamore, has to counter, while McDermott has to climb will be more oratory on tap in the 7th He had been on a protracted spree and of Lincoln, a bunch of long yearlings, Call and See a Beautiful Line. up on a chair to talk with an ordinary district Tho roaring bull of Bashan is bad threatened Lloyd for having at rest about 850 pounds average, at 2, Advo I cate. aized man. somewhat of a spell binder himself. ed bim. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A Double Sale ! u - - 20,-00- 1 much-talked-- of Bstxrestixus ll 1 -4-- mem-beish- ip I Ather-ton.w- ho IiO VB ECONOMY CXOTHISTG- Camp-bellsvil- le "bug-wum- p" 1 SHOE STOCK TRUNKS, VALISES, : STAWTOHD, ST., m. tnree-nuarte- rs LOUISVILLE 30-d- STORE, 4 post-offi- ce d Ex-Vi- ce Deaba-Anybod- y er TRUN KS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. poll-parro- Fe-land- 's Stoves, Stoveboards, Coal Hods, Come in and See Them, W. H. WEAKEN & CO. -- j?y $G,-00- FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. B, r three-quarter- s Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. Druggist f( h - four-year-o- ld LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. 1,300-poun- two-year-ol- s ty tip-to- e Queensware, Glassware, &c. PARRIS & HARDIN. v i.'C l. V f nAimmtMmwpnmaaaHaaiikni . .5 - - - - , , ,,o wmi liny ir 'f" !' ti fi i, yirtfiiifcjh'irifr; ' ( A Semi-Weekly Interior Journal SETTEMnnn 21, 1891 i . Stanford, Kv., E. C. Walton, Business Manager i MEANS IU31NE88. Boy your school books and school sup plica ot all kinds at A. It. Penny's. Watches, clocks and Jowelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. It. Penny's. Tub largest stock of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Palnta and yiil Paper at A. It. Penny's. Pescriptiona a special- ty. PERSONAL POINTS. X Mh. Tim W. Hiaoixs, of Louisville, is with friends here. Tits doctors say that Mr. It. It. Gentry has typhoid fover. Mas. J. S. KiNDRici:, of Somerset, Is vlaltinK Mrs. J. W. Alcorn- .Mies Evkly.v Duchanan, of Crab Orchard, is with Mies Kwle Uurch. Mrs. Will Fuliw, of Fayette, is Hon. and Mrs. G. A. Lackey. Mibs ItiioDA LuNCKFonn has returned from a lengthy visit to Missouri relatives. Mr, ItictiAnn Dinn and daughter, Miss Louanna, aro back from a visit to Run vis-tin- A largo ouantitv of tiftarln hneo tmnn MATRIMONjALMAnERS. found in the Ohio river near New Rich I am agent for the Blue-GraIt is telegraphed that W. K. Vander-bll- t Steam Laundry and solicit your patronage. and wlfo are reconciled and will oc- mond, O. The gold reserve in tho National cupy Marble House. Ernest Warren. treasury is continually increasing. It Edwin Gould denies the report that Penny has the best stock and will soil is nearly 60,000,000 now. hia sister, MIsa Anna, ia engaged to watches and jowelry lower than you can Tho National Distributing Co., a riPrince Francis of Battonburg. buy elsewhere. val of tho Whisky Trust, has been incorMr. W. II. Rlgney, 21 and Miea porated in New York. Tom Ferrell's assailant ia caught "I Maria Underwood, 20, both of Hubble It goea against nn don't think" but we aro showing an wero made one by Elder Joseph Ballou' find his son sowing old man's grain to wild oats, drinking elegant lino of now Fall goods. Danka, Tuesday. rye and getting corned. Picayune. Mr. J. D. Anderson and Mia Mario the Joweler. Judge Gibbons decided at Chicago both of this county, obtainE. For Sale. fen shares of capital stock ed Johnson, hero and that the whisky trust is illegal. If suswere married by license Stanford Water, Light and Ico Co., guartained this will end the concern. Eld. J. G. Livingston, Wednesday. anteed to pay 7 per cent. AddreBa Box Dr Tracy's report just mado to the Mrs. Elizabeth Harper, of Wabash, 1S5, Stanford, Ky. health department shows that the "tenIntl., a comely widow of 50, has filed suit 9 ement house population" of New York you want your watch or any jewel- for $5,000 damages for breach of promise ia If now 1,332,772. ry repaired, tnko it to Penny's. Mr. against Michael Haro, aged 75. On account of thn small crowd and Mr. Tyler Nash and MIbs Mary Gay, Deckelman does tho work will ami the conflict with Mr. Feland'a sale, Mr. two prominent eociety people, wero mar. ss Trade with Danks, the Jeweler Fall is approachincr, and when "Lover's RerrMt" hnc ,Vthriri Bridal presents doubtless will be greatly demanded, Take my advice and seek at once Danks the Jeweler's store; russtocKot silverware, clocks, belt buckles and other fancy things was never cquaiea Deiore. Housekeepers do you need handsome dishes, spoons, forks or knives? Danks, the Jeweler's, is the place to save your fives. :is "brownie" stick pins are the "swellesf ' vnn ran nr His shell side combs too, iust suit the hair. He has in stock a full line of lock bracelets and the newest birth stone rings, 2. In fact his store is just full of beautiful things. ne is always as busy as a bee. For as you know" a watchmaker is he. g oellvillo. Mrs. I. Siikuiy Txris, of the Shelby City vicinity, is visitiog her parents in W.oodford. t1. f ' i: & --Sr -,rr? V r t. I . An effort is being made to got up a match race between Bicyclists Robert Adams, of Somerset, and Sam Hocker, of Kansas City, who is visiting here. Both of tho gentlemen have enviable Mjm Euz.uietu McElwaik, of Frank recorJs as riders and a race would no lln, tho handeome Bister of Mrs. J. S. doubt prove very interesting. Mr. Offsley, Jr., arrived yesterday to visit Hocker ia ready and willing and Mr, her. Adams has been written to. Saii Hocker, of Kansas City, Is visitBahokcue. Mercer democrats aro going his grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Hock er. Mr. Hocker is tho champion bicy- ing to have an barbecue at Harrodsburg Saturday In honor of Gen. clist of his State. Mns. Sauaii McApes, of Lincoln coun- P. Wat Hardin and Gov. McCreary. ty, is visiting her brothers, James and Aside from the burgoo and other requisGeorgu EUelin and other relatives here. ites there will be speeches by Gen. Hardin, Gov. Brown, Senator Blackburn, Lebanon Falcon. Judo J. 0. Hemdiill, of Lancaster, Congressman McCreary and others. Tbe brought his wife hero yesterday to tako Stanford Uniformed Band of 22 pieces the train for Chicago. MIsa Carrie Cur- will help to make music for the throng. ry camo over with him. The Academy under tho charge of Mr. Jamks W. McCurdy, who married MiM Alma Hays formerly of Stanford, Prof. F. J. DuUey, assisted by Miea Mat-tlPaxton, is growing daily in graco and wan nominated for collector by tho Jack-soThere aro double as many county democracy, at Kansas City numbers. pupils now as on opening day and the Saturday. Ohahlks H. Uaydek, for sovcral years cry is still they come. Tho professor salesman for S. II. Shanks, 13 now run- does not believo in Bparing the rod and ning aa a substitute mail clurk. Ho lua spoiling the child, and since ho dressed made sovernl trips on tho night run be- down two of tho most unruly youngsters ho has had littlo trouble Ho la detertween Louisville and Knoxvillo. Mr. and Mns. W. It. Manikr, with mined to run the school himself, and their littlo daughter, Mary and Mifs most of tho pupils appear willing for him Linda Owsley, who has been visiting to do it. We give a few of tho moro important them, arrived at Hon. John Sam Owsley, Sr's., Wednesday night, from things that Gov, McCreary has accomplished in Congress, on our first page. Nashville. Mn. 0.8. Neild. general superintend- Tho record is a remarkablo ono, but it ent of tho North Jelllco Coal Co., wes only relurs to National legislation. What hero Wednesday to put a lot ot mules to he has done for his constituents would graze on Mr. Josh Jones' farm. It was fill a volume, tie has been inBtant in his first visit tor years, and his old season and out of season, and if a man, woman or child, democrat, republican friends wero glad to seo him again. prohibitionist or what not, has ever sought hia aid in vain, we have never CITY AND VICINITY. of W. H. heard of it. Ot courso the people of the Boy a guaranteed razor 8th intend to keep him in Congress. Tbe Wearon & Co. "No shavle, no Ukie." question of majority ia the only one to . B. F. Jokes & Son aro making a big be considered. run on shoes and hats. Seo their ad. on A Kick That May Cost. Some timo this page. ago, B. D. Holtzclaw, sold a negro a lot Don't buy shop worn goods. You can of lumber, which he did not pay for ac get tho noweat ideas just as cheap from cording to promise. The other day be saw tbe man building a house for John Danks, the Jewoler. Pope and supposing that he was using There aro 10 distilleries in Deputy tho lumber he bought from him, HoltzCollector J. M. Carter's district, which claw proceeded to kick Both gable ends embraces Lincoln, Pulaski, Wayne and out. The negro had him arrested and Laurol. he was brought before the police judgo (Saturday) is tho last day at Rowland yesterday, but County Atfor Aline your county claims. Make it torney J. B.Paxton tound that tho jurismil nronerlv and brine or send it at diction of that officer did not extend beyond hia town limits, and tho case was once. G. B. Cooper, county clerk. set for tho '25tb, when Judce Varnon E. Sciianzenrach, of Ottenheim, has will Bay how much the kick was worth. posted notices stating that ho will make Tub jury in the case of Pat Cano for application at the October court for liat his etoro at that tho murder of Marshal Silcox, of Shelby cense to soil liquors City, waa easllyjobtained out of the reg Place ular panol of the Boyio circuit court, Raid. Deputy Collector J. M. Carter and the trial began Tuesday, The Com returned a few days ago from a raid in monwealth proved that it waa an unpro Leslie county. The party found ono lit- voked murder and rested;at noon Wed tle moonshine still and destroyed It with nesday. 'lue defense is that Cane Tho owner was non thought 400 gallonB ol beer. that Silcox waa backed by white eat and ia still out of sight. capa and shot to save bis life. CommonThe members of tho Presbyterian wealths Attorney John Sam Owsley, Jr., church hero who helped to send Rev, R. Is assisted by Messrs. Harding, Goodloe A. Hayden aa missionary to China, will and Corn, while Judge R. J. Breckinridge regrotto hear that his wife, whom ho and Graham Price represent the accused. Theltrial waa still in progress married alter reaching there, a Miss witn nttle pros a missionary from Tennessee, mou died at Shanghai on the 13th of August. pects ol gettingtbrough by night. , n. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Foster went over to Wilmore, Wednesday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Tom Metcalf. Mrs. W. B. Mosa and her pretty daugb tor, Miss Eudoxle, of Garrard, went up to Finevillo yesterday. Misers Iiaxcy and Kathkiunk Bauoh man aro visiting Mrs. George It. Engle' man, near Shelby City. Mn. J. It. Brooks, now located in Chicago, passed up Wednesday to see his mother at Crab Orchard. Mns. Charlotte Gnus, of Ilustonvillp, went to Jolllco yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs. II. G. Cook. Mtea UoLLiK Williaus, of Ilustonvillp, will teach a clww of music at Junction City, we lean from tho Advocate. Mr. S. M. Carruk, of this Walnut Flat Section, is very low with flux and It ia thought that bo can not recover. Messrs. Harry Bacohmas, of this place and Jones Baughman, of tho West End, have returned to college at Loxing-to- promptly; never disappoints a customer. Miss Bosie Wool-folried in Woodford. of Danville, was ono of the bridesGov. McCiieary will speak four times in thlo county, at Crab Orchard on the maids. Thero is a family in Wolfo county, 25th; Stanford, Oct. 8th, county court day, Hustonville, Oct. 0 and Kingsville, which consists of twin husbands, twin wives and two sots ot twin babies, each Oct. 10. and all red headed. Wo suppose they Mr. Josii'ii Coffey has bought of Mr, own nothing but white horses. W. It. Dlllion his store at Livingston and Mr. William Powell, 21, and Mies baa placed his stepson, Walter Saunders, Wilmurth Lyons, 17, both of Junction in it. Mr. Coffey will also spend the City, drove up hero yesterday and were greater portion of his time behind the married by Eld. V. E. EUIa at hia resicounters. dence. Tho bride Is a real littlo beauty. 99 Miss Nauntee, the beautiful daughAnother gooJ rain foil Tuesday, Blnco which time it ha been decidedly cool. ter of Mr. It. It. Denton, of Garrard, was The mercury showed i&" yesterday married last week to Mr. Victor Lear, morning, only a few degrees above freez- also of Garrard. Tbe bride is a sister of ing. Tho equinox usually brings a Mrs. Samuel II. Rout, of the West End. chango ot weather. CHURCH AFFAIRS. k, O. J. Craig decided to postpone his sale. Heia undecided now when ho will sell. All tho miners in the Jolllco district, with tho exception of those employed in tho Woolridgo and Standard mines at Nowcomb, .re out on a strlko again. Tho causa is claimed to be tho failuro of tho oporators to vo up to a contract made two months ago regarding screens. 11 m A bequbl to the scandal telegraphed from Crab Orchard last Summer comes from Shelby. It. It. Waltera met John L. Hopkins for the first timo since he was caught In his wife's room, Tuesday, and fired five shots at him, without effect, perhaps tho more's tho pity. A Bult for divorce will bo tried at the next term of court In Shelby. o u in m m Mc-Giun- is, ciocK-yesierua- y, Col. Breckinridge ia out of politics ond Madeline Pollard haa abandoned a Tremendious Bargains in all Departments, stage career. Thanksgiving Day will bo t heartily celebrated this year. N. Y. W p!aC n sale today one lot ladies' World. fine custom made, hand turned shnct. Iarv O. 0. McIIyar, business manager of the Meade County, Kentucky, Messen- and button, size 2 to 7, D and E lasts, worth m r ger, committed suicide because of "sick- S2.50 and S3 and price to close J Si. 50. Best val- 1 ness, disappointment, discouragement ues ever offered in reliable footwear. and an utterly hopeless future." The coffin in which the body of the late fruit merchant, Joe Denunzlo, waa burled waa the finest ever sold in It cost 2S00, the trimmings being of solid silver. His estate is estima- Latest Style FalllHats at One-Hal- f their value. One lot mens' hats ted at $500,000. worth S2.50, slightly damaged, one price to close, enr. T'fnc This is telegraphed from Gallipolis, and stiff, all shades and shapes, regular S3 and $4 hat grades, your O.: "Mrs. Maggie Jones, a partially deaf mc"! "usners, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double. colored lady, living at Point Pleasant, Rev J. M. Bruco'a Liberty College was told that if sho would hind a live Remember we will be with you but a short while now. openr-with 100 pupils. toad on each ear for 24 hours her bearIvder J. G. Livingston is Holding a ing would be restored. She followed o meeting at Watts Chapel. There had the advlco and can now hear very disbeen ono addition to yesterday. tinctly. Tho heresy charges against Dr. W. T. Poynter, of Shelbyville, were withNEW ADVERTISE E.Y1U drawn by the Kentucky Conference. There aro more missionaries in Corea from tho Presbyterian and Methodist DUROC Heady lor Service. All subject to register. Ap churches than from other denominaply to J. M. MeRoberts, Stanford. Ky. tions. There will bo preaching at Rush SIM GRAHAM Branch church next Sunday at 11 a. m. bo Ii a candidate lor Conttable in the Highland and All tho members are requested to Your money with us. Raiment for the body is better than gold. Wayneiburir Maclsterlal District, subject to tho present. action of the republican party. This we have to suit all and at very low prices. Trade is reviving Tho noted Georgia evangelist, Dr. Culpepper, closed a meeting at Boono-villeverywhere and why should we not be Sale. Mo., with 200 additions to tho different churches. Situated hall a mile Wett of McKinnoy and Eld. Strother M. Cook, Jr., was here containing 131 acret of land in good state ot cultivation Pouenion given by Jan. nt, 1895. For this week. Ho will sail early in October particular! apply to KV. M. ESTES cr JAS. W. GIVEN'S, goes as missionary for Africa, where he J im McKinnev, Ky. (or the fourth time. Hundreds of factories that have been stopped are startintr uo and At tho beginning of this century I some goods have advanced some and some 4c. So come thero were only 47 translations of the and buy before the retailers are compelled to advance their prices. y there Biblo in existence, while Mill Jarboe, ny trimmer, Iain the cities buy-i- We shall be found at the old stand under the St. are 00 entire and 30 partial translations. Asaph Hotel, almy Fall and Winter Stock, and I will not make an eccentric old my usual fall trip. Iloth Miss Jarboeand her pur- ways ready and willing to serve our friends. Mrs. Elizabeth Lord, Our chases will arrive you are cordially lady who recently died in Brooklyn, left invited to call. next week and S13.000 in her will to Mrs. Dr. Talmage, MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, Stanford, Ky. of whose husband as a preacher she was a great admirer. Eider Surber was taken to task by Is arriving every week and we are forcing our way rapidly to the Uncle Ben Allen, at Harrodsburg, for front. New Fall Dress Goods, new Satteens, new Penangs, new IS NOT SATISFIED saying in the pulpit that ho did not know whether a man could bo a Chris- With beta? "tho Best Magazine ever published in Prints, new Ginghams, new Shoes, new Clothing everything new wishes to cover the tian and support either tho democrat or the South." toIt regularly every thoroughlyfamily and well adjusted to the new tariff law. Come and see for yourself. whole field: visit reading in the South. republican party. The old man said he To We delight in showing our goods. uothis, its lubscription price has been was 80, and it was the first time that he Reduced had over heard tho democratic party maSI.SO ligned from the pulpit. A Yoar. Tho Northern Methodist Conference Ileginnlng with the October Number. BUT mado tho following appointments for Maganne will contmuo to grotr in quality and the to S. K. merit the the Middlesboroush district: Itamoy, Presiding Elder; Barbourvillo Words of Praise it Receives. D. Stevonson, and president Union ColSouthern Magazine is a handsomely lege; Beattyville M. M. Rountreei "The and well edited literary magazine, able to compare without disfavor with tho oest monthly Boonovlllo W. II. Crane; Breathitt journals ol the metropolis.'1 lteview of Reviews. To bo supplied; Compton O. S. Stump; May 1S94 Our circulation has Clay To bo supplied; College Hill S. year, but wo arc after increased tenfold in the past tho. 100,000 mark. F. Kelley; Corbin-- O. S. Markin; Estill Send 10 cents tor samel copy to aasanamBnaaassmaBniBisi THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE, F. L. Creech; Harlan To bo supplied; Louimlle, Ky. The value of a dollar increased to a dollar and a quarter. That is Highland John Godby; London J. F you can buy as many goods for $1 as you have to pay Si. 25 for many Hopkins; Pinevillo-- W. H. Eukln; WilI liamsburg C. M. Baker; Woodbine T. A other places. J. Perkins. In tho Lexington district As agent for the widow and heirs of I. P. Land, Fred Gridln goes to Mlddleburg; II. D. dee'd, I will offer tor sale the splendid farm ot Burnett to Pulaski; V. T. Willis to Nlch- - about LAND 326 ACRES olosville and E. B. Hill to Somerset. The Kentucky Conference of the Near Hustonville, in Lincoln country, Kv, possessed. It sold pri Methodist Church South, which had which I. P. Land died the farm will not sold at be vatelv before tbal time been in Besslonjit Frankfort, adjourned public auction to the highest bidder on Is you can buy more Tuesday. Winchester waa chosen for SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1894, the next place of meeting. The apthe o'clock, sharp. pointments from the Danville district are: At :t and Hustonville The farm fronts onabout Danone ville Turnpike road, Presiding Elder, W. F. Vaughn. halt mile South of Moreland station on the Cincinnati Southern R. K. It is one oi the best stock Danville, W. F. Taylor. (arms In Lincoln county. The soil Is of a good land, finely set in grass and quality of Harrodsburg, J. It. Deering. springs and every foot of watered by Nicholasyille, J. E. Wright. the land Is susceptible of easy and profitable And the like for 100 cents at The improvements consist of Perryville, E. H. Godbey. Mockvillo, 8. W. Peoplea. A Commodious Frame Dwelling. Chaplin, W. F. Eckler. A targe barn and other outbuildings. A wide avLawrencoburg, E. McClure. enue extends from tbe residence to the turnpike road Hustonville, a place noted for its schools Salt River, W. D. Welburn. and churches, is a little more than a mile distant. Than any other Store in Central Kentucky. The tarm can bo divided into three tracts of con. Salvisa, Low S. Wallace. shape. size and Wilmore and Roberts' chapol, J. Saw- venient One. third cash when costeaaion Is giv Tubus. en and deed made, the remainder in six and ia yer. from date and lien retained. Stanford and McKendree, W. E. Ar- months, with Interestand place I will sell about too At the same time or Knob Land, aoout two miiea&oumeasioi mru nold; F. T. Mclntyre, supernumerary. ersville, adjoining the lands of Bud Martin, Al- Richmond and Providence, A. Redd. : For further information apply to John T. Land Collego Hill, B. Fj Cosby. on the premises or myselt at Hustonville. ry, EDWARD ALCORN. Burgin, A. P. Jones. Agent for J. P. Land's Heirs. 4; Headquarters for Junction City, J. Isen. Aabury College, J. W. HugheB. MYERS HOUSE : : Conference Colporteur, J. W. Haine. " Lancaster, F. M. Hill. X.X1T Bed Room Suites, Folding Beds, Side Boards, Wardrobes, Spring Elliott Institute, Whitley Waldrop. In the Mlddlesboro district M. F. Beds, Parlor Suites and Couches. Don't fail to see my stock of P. W. GREEN, Prop. ll Moorea goea to Mlddlesboro; C. E. to London; A. E. Oolgrove to Man- This stable, which is run n connection with the Myers iiouic, nas oeca suppueu wiia chester and Barbourville; F. A. Savage to Pineville, and W. P. Ragan to East A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, You can use your money to advantage by trading with me. In the BernstadU Presiding Elder H. P. WalkBaggies, Wagons, first place I show the latest styles, secondly er ia transferred to the Covington district; atj. rummer's Supplies and is better than tin F. S. Pollltt goea to Frankfort and T. J. prepaia .supply the public with HVElsT Clodbey remains at La Grange. BIOS OF ALL, KINDS, 3 On every piece than ever quoted, before. Give me a trial and see A New York dime museum man baa Personal and promptatttntion given to Wedding W. W. WITHERS. and Burlala. that your purse is honestly dealt with. offered Col. Breckinridge a fat sum to ap- - Parties P. W. ORKKN, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel: Proprietor AL BURNS.Managcr. pea on hia stage. Selling Out! Selling Out! O! XJ fcAJl Pl Jtk jj VV- f Lou-isvill- e. 800 HATS. 800 cv "'"'i1" d Fo pJONIES & SflDNc- JERSEY &&?:: 58-i- in Gome and Deposit e, Desirable Farm for IN TM1 SWIM TO THE LA.DZES to-da- ns The Southern Magazine Stocli to HUGHES & TATE." 1 1 M GOOD illm-trat- ed News for You k t i Fine Farm For Sale OF THE - TRUTH h Dry Gooi;. Notion;. Carps:;, Ski. . I. blue-gra-ss never-failin- g SEVERANCE & SONS' W. :. W. WITHERS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITUEE, XR1T ST ABX.X &C, Boa-we- well-know- n Pictures, Easles, Mouldings and Mirrors, &c. FIB3T-OLA8- PBIOBS .A.:E&:E XiOWIEK . Qk. i h, i T rfXtt "Vv- - fr f "r J" - z : J Semi-Week- ly Interior Journri A.p-v.vyrcg ft world. The Utter trains alto carry passengers. The event of the first day was BradTha above is calculated on standard time. Solar Ira is about so minutes fatter. ley's speech. His excoriations of our incompetent leaders and traitorious SenQUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. ate were severe and well deserved. Well Going North trains pass Junction City as fol starts 6 a. m. Ves- - did a distinguished English statesman Vestibule lows: tlbuie Limited :t d. m. Local 1:10 p.m. Florida once say, when the people win a victory Limited 313. a. m. O. Vestibule n 18 p. ro. Florida at the polls, thoy then have to have a 8outh-- N iilue-Urass court Mt. Vernon, Sept. Every Tuosday and Friday convened here Monday. A largo conPublished AT course of people present. Judge Mor iyr 32 row's instructions to the grand jury were not opaid 32.60 will be charged." very learned and comprehensive. Among many other things he said the crowded condition of the penitentiary (being convicts there) was BUfilclent evidence that the laws were enforce 1, but I IF'IRIID.A.'Sr. remarked that was only because the jurWhen necessary. ies ought to have hung one fourth of the convicts at home, and then there would K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. only havo been 1,200 there. Tho juries Train nave Rowland at 7:00.2. m., returning are Bovero enough on petty offenders 'tis the death penalty they will not L4N. LOCAL TIME CARD. inllict. Too saving with hemp. If from Cain down to pm all murderers gome North Mail train ......137 123pm the nresent had been put to death tbere " South 11 51 pm Express train " South.. North., .....3.3 am probably would not now beonoin tho ,...o 30 a ni Local Freight North United States, perhaps not one in bII tbo .......207pm South.. 19.-Ci- BRADLEY FOOLING MOUNTAIN VOTERS. fTothe Editor ofThe Interior Journal.l rcuit THE VERY SMART YOUNG MAN. "Eureka!" said jounu; Lcatlierhcari, Ami lio lnugucil in hfo boyish glee. "Just w nit till I Mm t out. ami then I'll let these fogies Tlint tliej'ro tocr'slovr for today, you know. They ennnot strike iU unit. I'll teneii tlwiu how to onpturo fame Ami fortune while you wait." And he suile u biullo ns ho thought ftr-- o THE RILEY - - HOUSE Conl Business For Sale. F. D. BILHY.lProprletor, per yjs ai London, - Kentucky. Off-Wh- OS, 8 EVERY PAGES. 1,-0- 00 I'have moved to ray new Hotelland am brttsi ever to Sreparcd thanattached accommodato the public and every convenience de sired, GIvemeacalL FRANK RILJCY. jj A desirable Coal Business, House, Scales, Ac, lor sale. I to dellrCi manuiaciutea ice J. B. HIGGIKS, Stanford, Ky. Iromam now read ly Factory tocusteirers rejtularly the Stanfor evcrv tnnrnlnir at the rate of I'EKllUNDktDl'OUND LOtBand oter, and at 7jc In smaller lot. E. BHEMEU, Stanford. to ICE, ICE. i nri ..i 1 nwhile, Anil ho lu'tl htm out n plan To win lifr staid than a hank would hold. Did tho ery fcinnrt )ounr man. D. S. CAHFEZSTTEE., At the well. known old stand ol R. ZimmeF, DEALER IN- - nxxjX-iXnsrETwo doors above J l'ott-Offlc- ik-sr. t Always on band LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. THROUGH BAGGAGE CHECKED For any information enquire of iriES. ,RICE. Azent. Stanford, KyOr W. A . McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky - stand up and knock down .fight with their leaders before they could have their principles carried out. 'Tis strange bow nanaxw often tho people will elect men to mis represent them. I am afraid tho traitorous Senate and tho incompetent leaders have given the country over to tho monopolies and millionaires for decades to follow. Bradley illustrated their incompetency by Jehu driving tho chariot of the sun, now and then driving too high -from earth and freezing us all to death, (the snow 20th of May), thon too near to earth and burning up the country, (the Absolutely great fires in the north-wes- t. When Bradley would quote from Heathen Mythology or Shakespeare, bo would tell A cream of tarter baking pow--' the audience when be could not give the der. Highest of all in leavening namo or quote tho verse exactly as in tbo Latest United States book that his friend Bobbitt could. strength. Government Food Report. Bradley held that tbo tariff on an article ROYAL. BAKING POWDER CO., did not increase its cost and then In a few minutes be said the McKinley tariff 100 Wall Stroot, New York. bill of 1S90 took tariff off of Bugar and tben a man could buy more sugar for a A. S. dollar than over before. I could see with SURGEON DENTIST. tbo eye of imagination a man coming Omcoover McRoberts Drug Store In the new homo with a dollar's worth of sugar, Owsley Building. staggering under its weight like old AtStanford. las carrying the world on his shoulders. Bradley is a great man and most elo quent ono and of whom I am exceedingly proud. For as Judge Saufiey once said of me: "With all of Bobbitt'fl general meaness, he has not one particle of envy." That is true, judge. Tho great trouble about democracy is that the party is not led by its leaders or those leaders are most woefully incompetent. I don't think there is a good ounce of pure democracy (North of the Ohio river. I don't even admire Mr. Cleveland much. The baro rumor that he and family did nflt show sufficient considera ..For a tion to Jefferson Davis' daughter io RefreshingilBath, Hot or Cold, enough, if nothing more. I would not give the daughter of that gallant chief-tia- n A stylish Hair Trim or Ciaan Shive, go to for all the Clevelands and Buby Oookf& tParmor's Barber Shop. Ruths and Mflria Hatpins that could stand between the two oceans. Bradley ..IF VOU ARK GOING....... never mentioned McOreary, but wound up his speech by calling on the people OR to vote for the gallant old soldier, Dr. THK Boberte, candidate for Congress. He said he was a brave soldier. But I don't know about that, when I see 10 men drawn up in line to fight 09, and then see one man rush in to assist the 09 against 10, 1 don't know whether ho 1b Louisville Nashvilic R. R. brave or not. In regard to pensions Bradley said ifjbo (Bradley) were in J the line for you, as it Congress he would vote every dollar out of the treasury before one of thoso old Make close connections at veterans should go to the Limited 11:15a. m Local 11:35 p. m. Vestibule arrives So p. m. Blue-Gra- ss fiafo'nmk "My slreX n. good oM tout," inld he. "Hut. oh, It would drive tne lund To kav nml tlnve from hero to the grn 0 Ai 1ms my toor irfd dad. And nftor Pvo bvoiiKono mh!lo It will bo n Joy profound To 10 mo nml show folks how I'll sow My Mnqkof wealth nrounJ." And lie $w, dM ho, gUd tilings to Ik?, When he 1:1a couw Ami he t j tret a cigarette. I)Id tho ory smnrt joung man. And ttiprc came n day when he went away, Tills youth who would fortuno nln. lie had fixed n. echutne, 'twas a fretty dream, , To somehow scoop it In. And he told hia tut. and ho told his ma, And ho told tho neighbors, too, Inaclowlmj style and a happy smllo Of tho wondrous things he'd do. But the world wuut round, and tho sun went down. As they hiuu sinco tho world began, Yet tho days that canto brought wealth nor famo To the very smart young man. In h ragged coat ono day ho wroto These words to liU loving ma. "Dear mother, can't jou plan somo way And tlz It up with pa To tend mo a ticket to bring mo homo (I hopo ho won't opposo Ills son' return), and, by tho bye, A castofl suit of clothes!" And bi'srgfd of him to plan Somo happy way three meals a day To get for a smart young man! Chicago Journal. J, Tho Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Can bo had In the market, Prices lower than the lowest Mourning; Roods a specialty. Call and caamine befoio burlnc. Mills' DAVIS DUDDERAR. Mr. Kate Duddcrar, Manager. Stanford, Ky COMMERCIAL DI.OCK II. Green, in Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky. Has just received a beautiful line of Fancy : Groceries, Do- Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Call and set his stock aud et his prices which I you want a nice set are lower than anvbodvs. of harness, a whlu or a dutter. Ulndtr Twine for tale. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YKAGER. iattl Foreign and Histe Vertical Feed a Sewing Mine. Are the best becaute 'hey run lighter and can. do Rrtsttr variety 01 wcru than any other sewing machine. The YEAGEU & YEAGER, L1VEE7, FEED mestic Fruits, Headquarters lor almost anything v Ladios of Lincoln County Are cordially Invited to call at the i. Asaph Hotel and ciamflre the machine, aa well as tarn pics or its work. McMUKRAY IIKOS.. ij-t- t Stanlotd, Ky MS TWO Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. luELI, Candies, Special Rates to Commercial Men. STANFORD, B.T. If you need livery give- us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leavo our stable. See us for rates. In our 6rst-cla- ss DR. W. B. PENNY you want. When you wantfirst-clas- s Dentist. Office South Side Main St., In omc recently vacated by Dr. Lee V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harnett, Saddles, Ac. Have your repairing done by our man, he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our Utl-dl- et, meal for 25c, call on him. BLACKSMITH SHOP. s worlc Will guarantee prices. 1 ir our none snoer, A cents tor Ucer machine on earth. first-clas- R ZIMMER. Stanford, ,Ky. Higgins & Watts, Dealer n. and' satisfactory All Kinds Stanford, .......kPioprictois of Coal, Kv. .ttowder J Pure The Latest. There nro nil hiuds of gambling in Chicago, no doubt of it Thrto bads of promiso iu summer gowns enmo fluttering into n West Side drug etoro niid went to tho 6odawator fountain as if by Stanford Female College. VSXTDOMX J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. RUSSELL & BROWN, ........ HOTXZi, MtK. PRICE, 1 4. 1894. "Will yon let ns havo tho directory, please?" said ono of thorn. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers, Superior course in Literature, Music laa Tho bulky volnmo was laid before An. Excellent boarding; department. Catalogue and circulars furnished on application. her. "Now, girls, romomber tho last flguro His wtfoand family have received special counts, right nnml page, tuid each one in and lor College Th curriculum will Usantuicndtd oneond the cots threo cuts. I'll begin." drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skimTaken un at a ttrtv bv lames T. Cukw. mini Sho opened tho book nnd paid, (Residence ci the late James McAlittcr') ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. of J II Carter, sear Morriand, Lincoln county, " whilo tho two giggled with Clatte, will be instructed In Higher Mathematoa or about the ltd of July, on BLACK HOUSE ics, ISclle Lettres, Natural hcience. Mental and IOLT, two years old, one hlud loot while, has no delight Tho pngo was 1703. CRAB ORCHARD, - - KY. Moral Science, Latin, German, brand or other marks. have appralted Mm at "Put down threo there," Raid she. wining, 11001c Keeping, I'tvus, Music, vocal ana fjo. Witness my band ibis aid dav of Aug., itu, Instrumental, Palnling, Drawing, Ac. c DKjfu.Ev.j.pa.r Another cut brought 407. five The fust term can The had y the S. PRES., 1604, and second ofterm months will open Sept to, propertyanimalpayingbeatl expenses. cwuer provlog "That makes 10. Now I gofc another. DR. will cloic lb first week in and June One week holiday at Christmas, 30 t Goodl That's llvo more. Fifteen isn't Assisted by a Competent Faculty. J T.CARSON. TUKMS Tuition per term in first giade, inbad. oo Jo tu A select school, of high crade, for the thorough cluding Latin and German. ... Tho 6econd girl opened at 200, ho that training of young ladies. A tew young gentlemen Tuition In atcond grade .......... Instruments IJ Music. Piano, Organ, Guitar, approved morals will alao niuo was iter first count Next timo she ofNumber limited no Idlers be admitted. oo furnished far practice ... .. wanted. Short hand. Typewriting, Painting, Drawing, three, and tho last number was "cut" Dr Stapp, the President, has since his graduaWork, reatnnabl seven, makvig her, ns sho observed, tion in medicine, given his entire time and eoer-- f OrnaaraUl Collets, all at week, f j ya.rates. toaid 1W. OUEUN, Proprietor. per let to the Lulldlnfrand management of Collies in Board infamilies at reduced rates. Good prhate "high man." n the South. During the pan year he filled the : : : Kontucky. Monthly payments required. aud Natural Sciences in Tho third ono began with 70, added chair of Literature Harrodsburg, No discount except fat protracted illness. Daughters College, and Mrs. Happ fivo and collapsed on tho third trial, for taught Music, PainUng, Drawing, Sc. Riving further Information address the President. Fir DR. JOHN S. STAPP. I am still running this general satisfaction to patrons and pupil. Hotel and tho right hand pago was 1151. Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 will continue to give my guests the polittst alien stuck, " sho said, with tho "I'm tion as well at the best tho nslikct afrurdt. air of n thorough bport Sho pecial Attention to tho Travelito rummngo in her purse, nnd tho bighly entertained drug clerk drew ng" Public. threo chocolate ico cream sodas. When you want a turnout come to say Ho observed after tho girls departed, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, ' Patent and Proprietory tho first timo I over know tho "That's Remedies, Nervous Tonics and Headache Cure,' city directory was a gambling imple THcea to suit the nsrd times. Call or leave order ment " Chicago "Record. at the Myers House Omce first-class instinct Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. Main and Danville St., Hutioville, Ky recently repainted and rcfurnlihed the llouao throughout and are prepared to accom. roodatc the public In ttvlc. Our Rates are very reasonable and a good table at all times. Special attention 10 traveling men. Klecant sample room attached Also a tint data Saloon with the Hotel. Call and ua. 45 Wvhav cn COLLEGE HOME, J. STAPP, train-Id- s; cUsa-wor- k. ESTBaY. 1 I "Oh-h-hl- baon-IUod.Ty- .... . The Myers House, n Stanford, philo-soph- io bo-ga- it Buy first-cla- ss UVSRY STABLE. NORTH WEST. case, ho had bet on tho favorite. Ho hod walked home, and when ho went to bed In the Wrong Place. Mr. Pluggius bad boon playing the races that day, aud, a is sometimes tho Your Toilet Articles and Perfume, Soap, Tooth Lotion, Dandruff Remover, Hair Vigor, Farmers Bgnk&Trnst Co OrfSTANrORD,:KY., Is now fully orjsalied and ready for busineit witfc Dotfble Daily Trains white-heade- d poor-hous- e. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt. Those Who are 1 osteo. Will tell you tbnt the finest and bealtbieat summer resorts in the northwest are located along the Wisconsin Central Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox Lake. Antloch, Burlington, Mukwonago, Waukesha, Neonah, Waupaca, FiGeld. Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and pleasure seekers figuring on their next summer's vacation should bear this in mind and before selecting a routo d'op a line to Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger Agent of the Wisconsin Central Lines, at Milwaukee, Wis., and be will send you maps, time tables and guide books containing valuable information, which are mailed free upon application. D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. V., say that lie always keeyt Dr. Kins' New Discovery In tbp house and his family would not be without it, if piocurable. G. A. Dykeman Druggist, Cntskill, if. Y., says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Cougn remedy; that he has used it in his family for eight yeajs, and It has r.ee. failed to do all that is claimed for it. Why not try a rimedyso long tried and tested. Trial bottle free at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and Si. 00. Irving W. Larimore, physical director of Y. M. C. A., Dos Moines, Iowa, says he can conscien- John B.. Cattleman. A. G. Lanbam bo folt liko sleeping, but in tho middlo of the night ho was disturbed by a burglar iu his room. When ho opened his eyes, ho saw Mr. Burglar rnmmagiug in tho drawer of his dressing case, and it provoked him to such on extent that ho slipped a revolver from under his bed and in a second had tho marauder under cover. Then ho announced himself, and tho burglar saw that it was too Into to kick. "Don't move," remarked Pluggin, "or I'll shoot. What aro you trying to get out of that drawer anyhow?" "Nothin," growled tho humbled robber sulkily. "Why in thunder didn't you look in my pockets, if thnt is all you wanted?" laughed Mr. Plugglns cheerily and theu wounded tho burglar's feelings by asking him whero ho had takeu lessons iu burgling. Detroit Freo Press. Tho Height of Mennm-M- . Brush That follow Guilfl'or is tho Books Paid up Capital of - $200,000. School Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper, Surplus, . 20000. School Crayon, SUCCKSSOH to THK LINCOLN NATIO.VAX, At W. B. MCRoberts'. W. H. HlGGINS. W. B. McKinney. PLOWS ;wc l'avc our plows in and can show you the BANK OK STANFORD, Now cloalng up) with the aamt, ait.U and undst tne same management. By provltlont of its chatter, depositor are at fully protected a aie depositors in National Banks, iu shareholders being held Individual! liaolc to the eatent el the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, io addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully si an individual. To thot who entrusted their bultlness to us while mosglng the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we ws here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their buttnest with us, oflering at a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty yean' experience ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are with tound bankin; cob-siste- ut DIKICTOKi: J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; . H. Shinkstanfoid; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, J. Eubry, Stanford; J U. Owtley, Staniord; J. F4 Cash, Stanford; ' meanest muu. I ever saw. Wo aro going to put up a $30i",000 chnftli in our parish, nnd ho has refused to subscribe. Broome What oxouso did ho mako? Brush Ho said ho had just given $5, 000 to a froih air fund. New York Herajd. His Thoughts. Best Plow on the Ijiet. For the moneyj Mar- - -- William Cooch, StanTbrd; A. W. Carpenter, MllledgevilU, K W. 11. Cummtut, l'reachorsvill S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Cashier, W.M. Bright, Teller. A Household Treasure. Come and see them before you purchase. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. HlGGINS & MeKINNEY. THK BLUE-CItAS- S Capital Stock Surplus - S200.000 21,300 W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. HERD OK San Francisco Portland A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA Pain Balm to tiously recommend Chamberlain' athletes, gymnasts, bicyclists, toot bail players and the profession in general for bruises, sprains and dislocations : also for so'eness and stliTness of the muscles. When applied before the parts become swollen it will effect a cure in one halt the time usuelly required. For sale by Dr. S. G. Uocker, druggist, Stanford. Duroc Red Jersey Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky .(VflrcP1 I ul 8 1 1 rri Htfiissisi CHICACO ft Vf"' Mi ,Hlfr Stock. Pig for sale from tho best types of Regittcro Breeders secured from the best herds In several different btatet. correspondence solicited S lOUISVItll MIWAIBAIIYI j ay fttlSK P PULLMANSAND PABLOE CABS. ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE When Baby was sick, wo gave her CostorJ. When aho wo a Child, ahe cried for Castoria. When the became Miss, she clung to Castori. When she had Children, she gave them Contort, ' -- Jones Woll, my littlo man, what aro you thinking about? London Boy (who has uover been out of Whitcchapel before) I'm thinkin it's timo yer mother put y'er into trousers. Punch. ' A Good Suggestion. H.G.RUPLEY,- RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRITE TO E.'.H. BACON, XjVUI1TUIC I. P. A.,VF,J l7 r nEED.G.;P.A VMlvdV, , l ItrPaul. ft .1 Denver. A..M. Bailey, a well. known citizen of Eugene, Oregon, saya his wife has for years been troubled with chronic diarrhoea and used many remedies with little rehet until she tried Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which ha cured her sound and well. Give it a trial and you will be surprised at the prompt relief it afford. for (ale by Dr. S. G. 33 and 50 cent bottle Hocker, druggist, Stanford. Briggs I wish I knew how to pass away tho timo quickly during tho uoxt mouth. Griggs Why don't you give a 30 day note? New York World. Is Receiving' His FALL -:- - AND -:- - WINTER -- : GOOD'S. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the only National Bank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositor are ecurcd not only by the capital stock, but bv tho stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depotitor ol this institution are secured by a fund of 1400,000. Five sworn statements of the condition of the bsnk are made each yearto the United States government and Its assets are examined at stated time by government agents, Ibu securing addniiona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established a the Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1J3B, then ued a tha National Bank ol Stanford in iSot and again the First National Baak ol Staniord in jSSj, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than cvor before in it long ana honorable career. Account of corporation, firms and Individuals retptctfully aoUo led. Tha Directory of this Bank is composed ol ForetWa Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackty, Lincoln; J. W. Hay den, Stanford; S.H, Haughman, (Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; It. D. Elmore, Stanford; T.P.Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, ML Vernon. I S. Hocker, President; John J, 'McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. fidu-cian- es, Y s 0$Mtimimm itiiaw'ifsiiii'.iiir.iMat HTli jtiti- - v S,, i'a JjL. J V t,i' ii " ln.i'ilni'lili'J.I mW-t'm- ' iii"i'axM''i '? Vk.i l; ' -- A1 K B.'Sstfcita-n.- .i r - ..W, - u'j.33 ..-- .