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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894092501 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. & Semi-Weekl-y VOL. XXII. rouu-infol- d STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25 1894. Interior Journal it il a (? yThoHarrorfsburg Barbecue. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. IN MEMORIAM. The Barbourville Fair and Other Hems. The iloinocrncy of Morcer had n John D. White was In London FriHow truly our'hearts responded to tho tlmo ana political love foastat The extensively ad.vertiscd Barbourday. touching words Hpokon by our beloved ville Fair which camo otf last week was HarrodBburK Saturday. People woro A m rM9&&A 1 R LWr A M m Mr. H. Watson, of BlaingSiin, Ind., pnstor in tho thoro by tho thousands and tho propl funeral sermon over the by far the most successful ono in tho was here Saturday. remains of him whose dear voice, now history of tho association. The show of tlous day was ono continual round of . W. IT. Hay ward has moved from hushed pleasure. Fifty-twandsiient, wo had so often heard stock was better and the good purses for fatted lambs, awino by tho Bcoro and beovcs had boon by ex- Ballroad street to Mrs. Maggie Jacknon'a from tho samo pulpit teaching God's tho racea brought a far better class of word, or Invoking His blessings on His borees than has heretofore Htarted in pert converted Into a Hiilllcient ritiantN on Main street. Tho democratic county commltteo people. Again In the ty ol excollent burgoo to ft'od 10,000 and memorial sermon that section. The crowds were large if any man, woman or child wont away will meet hero next Saturday for tho pur- by Kid. G. L. Surber in which ho remin- each day, but on tho two last the 3,000 pose of selecting cnudldateB for county ded us of the hungry, H was his own fault. Tho obstacles Brother John mark was passed. Tho association will oflicrs. Hell Gibson had overcomo In securing make some money which Kkv man was certainly cared for bountiPresident Bal- Judgo W. L. Brown nnd others are tho education to fit him for fully by thoao in chargo of that imporhl lif..n jiengertoki me would be expended for DON'T ACCEPT Itt!TATI0N5. tant part of tho programme. Iiutter considering a proposition to hang out work, we aro enabled to realize that "out 'the improvement of the amphitheatre some good purees and have three days of stress and strait have always THE PROCTER QAMOIX CO. CINTL order never prevailed at n Bimllar gathcomo tho and track. - i.i .. rju rnuuy .i. ering, but this was not to bo wondered trotting and runnlug racea at the fair best of gifts to man." And while our mere wero mree races on grounds in November. hearts wero so saddened "that his life's tho card a running race, a mule race at, Binco Chief of l'ollco Hoard, who Saturday seems to have beon an work seemed so brief; tho welgbB about 2o0, has a look of determibeloved wifo and a trot. There were four starters in nation ou his splendid K. P. faco that eventful day with tho bad men of this ho soon widowed; tho children of his the first race and Pompay 0., owned by conveys tho Idea he is not afraid of tho place, Oort Brown got drank and took tender love so early left without a of Somerset, was even s Jack Catron, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. care, yet wo realize that the lovine money against tho field. He lost the devil himself; and if any te)ow felt In- Johnson's addition, drovo his wife from clined to raise a racket ho wisely ion home and played tho dickens generally. Heavenly Father is able to make all llrat liaat to Al. Powell, but won the 4, 1894. Jack Steele got on a big drunk Sat- things work together for good to ceajed his Inclinations. thote next two very cleverly. Then came the and Norms! School teachers. Superior courses urday night and broke eight window who love and trust him. And Music for tho occasion was furnish ud whilo he event of the day, the mulo race. There An. K.cellent boarding department. Catalogue, and circulars u..i. furnished J" .p'Son. by the Stanford Uniformed Band, which lights out of A. Vogliatto store house. no more moves among us, we as a socie- were only two starters, Kiddle, owned was complimented by competent judges. Ho also tackled night man, Hnrvo Paris, ty who loved him, and appreciated his by John Kiddle, of Mt. Sterling, and His wife and family have received SDeelal train. Tho speakers' and band stands wero ad- anno depot, out narvo beat nun up so labors, desire that his example, as a Cute, the property of Charley Arnett, of tciMn and lor Collegj clas,.work. badly with n pistol that ho come to his his position to disseminate Magofiin county. In the pools they mirably situated and arranged, while an "'""led one ond the ,iI h,C,UhoW drilf (Residence of the late Jamej McAllster.) if happiness wherever he went, he not nntv were even money and a good deal was ming, I shoddy work will whitewashing, no skimplenty of scats wero provided for tho ac- souses. be allowed. At Pittsburgh Saturday, Perry Ev- imitated by our band of sisters here, Mathemat-Morcommodation of tho Immenso crowd, but up on it, ono young man holding $200 CRAB ORCHARD, - - KY. ics nilf i,.,b'' ,n!'ru:td in Higher Mntal and Scl,."?''.?''"1 sien. ans, who lives in the Eastern part of tho tho Christian brotherhood all about of whom wero'ladles, over the worth of tickets on Kiddle. When they on a wild land; and it is resolved that we thank wero given the start they went like old who listened as attentively to the splen- county, left his &c7 0""ln, S. STAPP, PRES., ,Inmumenul. Jnulo. A freight tralu came by and scar- the Heavenly Father for his life: h"!i"tterro.f five J.': 'eC0"i ",". months will open Sept. 10. campaigners and wore neck and neck did apoechee as if they, wero voters. that h. wi" cl0,e tu Assisted by a Competent Faculty. " week In J Gov. James B. McCreary began at 11 ed tho mule, which threw the boy over glorified God In bringing bouIs to Christ; until the home stretch was reached. .? olwr at Christmas. Ita head and then jumped on tho child that ho served the church .'.7 TuIJ'n P" m m first grade, inA select o clock a speech characteristic of him, at this place Kiddle then took the lead and won by a tramineof school, ofhich grade, for the thorough cluding German A S both instructive and entertaining, which with both feet crushing his breast and so faithfully for seven years and that we nose. He also won tho next heat and or approvedyouiur ladie$. lo fewyouns gentlemen Tuition in second gradeGulUrmorals will be admitted. rean' troStt ,. r. Number limited no Idler wanted. furnished for practice.. 1 r. m. and which was ap- ribs. Tho little fellow lived about an pray tho Heavenly Father to keep all the race. It was a race that would have lasted until Dr Stapp, the President, ha since his graduahis beloved family from the ills ot life beon a credit to thoroughbreds. plauded vociferously at frequent inter- hour. ' al1 at 'eawnable Best tion in medicine, given his entire time and enertho building and lege, . Senator and Editor A. It. Dycho and until they aro united In tho Heavenly time 1:50. Tho trotting race was won gies to South. During managements Colleges in'n" ZlVVK per week, $3.50.rates. board vals. In the the pan year he filled the private famllLs at reduced rates. Good After dinner the illustrious Hon. Joo Edward Parker camo to blows Home. Monthly payments required. by Tom Covington, of Richmond, Daughters College, Harrodsburg, and Mrs.Mapp C. S. Blackburn was Introduced to the Saturday over a heated conversation p ,',icuntIept fo, protracted illness. E. C. Thurmond, Representing the second, Venice, third. Best time taught Music, J'ainting, Drawing, Ac. giving rcr further Information address the President general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. throng and for about two hours held tho about Adams and Colson. The diilicul-t- Christian Aid Society of 2:o0. DR. JOHN S. STAPP. Stanford, 5i Crab Orchard, Ky. In the trotting race John Thomas, of crowd with his matchless e occurred before tho Sept. 21, 1S0I, stepp, Williamsburg, met with an accident that etoquenco, imparting much information but friends fortunately interferred and Whereas, It has pieaed tho infinite came very near costing him his life. He and creating n great deal of enthusiasm. white winged peace now reigns. Tho afand God to take from our midst was driving Orange Wilkes nnd was neck He stated at tho beginning that Gov. fair created considerable excitement at our beloved brother and pastor, John nnd neck with Covington, when his McCreary had mistreated him by refer the time. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent and Proprietory Bell Gibson, who was called on the ring In his speech to everything of NaHth horse broke. n trying to get him down Remedies, Nervous Tonics and Headache Cure nay ol September, 1894, from his labors his sulky struck the fence nnd Mr. Thorn Uol. Bradley Didn't Say "Jehu." tional importance and leaving nothing Chad Ojicuahd, Skit. 22. Apollo was here on earth to that rest which is kept Ins was thrown under Almeda. whote now for him to tell, but hie speech proved that tho half had not been told by the driver of the chariot of the sun and in reservation for all who love and serve front foot came within nn inch of striking his head. lie was badly bruised and Phiuthou was hid wild reckless boy that ui i,ori, tho genial Toilet Articles and Perfume, Soap, Tooth Lotion, Dan-druUtsolved, That in the death of our otherwise hurt, while his sulky was a Gen. P. W. Hardin, tho next governor begged for tho reins and drovo bcT" reckRemover, Hair Vigor, pastor tho church at Hush Branch complete wreck. of Kentucky, then made a speech about lessly. Col. Bradley did not glvo the has lj hours In length making no votes, nHine of the driver. Iu my former let bow sustained an Irreparable loss. We Mrs. J. W. Bastin, a former Lincoln our heads In humble submission to county lady, was particularly fortunate I said it was Joliu. I made that mis. however, for the crowd wmh nolid for ter take mvself and not the colonel. I know the will of God, who doeth all things Friday. She won tho blue tie for "the him to start on. School Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper, right. best lady rider and also won on her fancy Gov. Brown was expected to be one Col. Bradley knows as much about MySchool Crayon. 2. That to tho deeply bereayed wife turnout. Mr. J. H. Baughman drove of the speakers of the day, but Has una- - thology nnd the classics as anybody. He only referred to me now and then, as I and lovely little children wo tender our with her nnd that may, to Borne extenti bio to.be present. The barbecue was held in the suburbs suppose, as a compliment to the man, Heartfelt sympathy In this their deepeor-row- . account for her good luck. Pool selling at a mountain fair is someof Harrodsburg, In the old Asylum who is the greatest admirer of oratory in 3. That these resolution be spread up- thing out of the ordiuary the world and can't even like wry well a but it was done Grounds, onco quito a noted watering Be place. An old rcsidontor pointed out to lawyer, who is devoid of eloquence. As on the church book and a copy sent to at Barbourville notwithstanding. MY STOCK OF-mo where the hotol stood in the. Springs' ac orator Bradley scarcely has an equal the Christian Guide and Interior Joon-n- sides this there were other schemes by and a copy sent to the bereaved which one could test his luck and they palmy days, when holies and beaux used in Kentucky and that covers the contiwife. were all fairly well patronized. to gather there from many States to nent. J. W. Logan, E. B. Beazley, W. L. Fair week was gala week at BarbourMt. Vernon has improved so very waters. He drink of the health-givinville and society was at its height. says that on a night of an unusually big much. Elegant college building and Withers, J. M. McRoberts, committee. A Sept. 23, ISO,. hop every night nnd a party nearly as ball, one of the guesta, a beautiful South- several tasteful residences and a thriving often gave the beaux Ind belles an opern belle, remarked at the beginning stave factory and lime kiln. Evidences CHURCH AFFAIRS. portunity to get in their work and. from that she would dance every set during of prosperity all round, and ImproveTablets, &c, is very large and Tho Louisville Methodist Confer- what I could hear they did so. "It's all night or die. She kept her word and ments going up rapidly. No eigns of in whilo engaged in the last set at tho dawif temperance, i no wnisky trade appears ence, South, is in session at Owensboro. over now" though and the ennui they uy the will of Isaac Clarenco Marsb, will sutler for the next month or so will of day next morning she dropped dead to be dead, I Baw none while I was gone. on tho floor. Many of tho older citizens No drunken men no disturbance all tho late son of C. V. Marsh, a wealthy be more than they will feel able to bear. Barbourville, like many other towns, of Mercer yet remember tho sad occurbrotherly love and Christian charity. Chicago broker, the Protestant Episcorence. Tho grouuds aro still woll kept, May the good work go gloriously onl pal church of the Ascension, of that city, hasn't enough hotel accommodations for Is given the entiro Income of Call and See Us. aro in excellent condition, with an abun- Nothing appears to bedoad, butCnb the estate, fair times aud a good many of the boys had to do their sleeping in chairs and on amounting to 5150,000. dance of shade and carpeted with rich and Middlesboro. . FZaTIT-?One young minister Bald before the the lloor. Some enterprising citizen Fontaine Fox Boiiuitt. conference, at Frankfort, that ho had might have made a nice thing by rent Harrodsburg presented an unusually Will Toid, aged 23 years, was sen- only received J73 lOior his year's lively appearance all day Saturday. The work, ing the "boom" hotel and opening it for W. H. HlGGINS. W. B. McKinnev. town was full of visitors and the side- tenced to tho penitentiary for life for and when BBked by the Bishop if he wsb the week. the murder of his brother, Matt Todd, in married, replied no, and to Great interest is manifested in the walks were crowded with pedestrians this tho filmilar to Broadway in New York, to Februaiy last. It was n cold blooded as- - Bishop said, "Thank tho Lord for that." race between Col. Silas Adams and Hon. sluallon, in which Todd was assisted by Another young man reported use an extravagant expression. that all he D. G. Colson, for tho nomination for a negro man named Jesse Ilatton. They had received was fl,2o Sam Lackey, recently of Atlanta, Ga., and 23 pairs of Congress aud the primary which comes off next Saturday will no doubt be a hot to be about the happiest man on fired upou Matt Todd through a window, yarn socks. seemed Elder F. M. Raines, of Cincinnati, one. It is more than probable that the tho grounds, and when asxed the why. killing him instantly. Death is too good stated that he had become a papa a few for such a fiend, nnd tho Madison jury preached tho dedicatory sermon of the Belle county entry will carry Knox, but days and that he had named hia flue boy shown it Is not capable of dealing with now Christian church at Bardstown, tha Adams men claim a good vote and such cases. Sunday. Tho now church is n pretty will work until the last minuto for the Sterling Grimes. We have our plows in and can show you the who lived here maJohn G. Pulllam, Those Who auk P ostkd. Will tell brick building, with a high steeple at ailent mau from Casey. Col. Jack Asher, a wealthy lumber and healthiest one comer and two entrances from the ny years and who is liked by everybody you that tho iinc-s- t in Stanford and elsewhere where he is summer resorts in the northwest are front. Tho congregation was organized uiau 01 ueii, uas ouereu to net !fo,iJUU or located along the Wisconsin Central known, seemed to be particularly inter- Lines, ftinonir which are Lake Villa, Fox two years ago with eight members. Now any part ofdt that Mr. Colson will not carry his own county. Mr. Ashor Is not ested in a youug lady in attendance at Lake, Autloch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, there are 3S all friendly to the Celson family and Waukesha, Xeenah, Waupaca. Fifleld. tho barbecue, whom he confidentially Tho records of tho army s how tha at it is said that he will spend a good deal told mo was tho prettiest girl in tho Ashland nnd Duluth. Tourists and no less than 130 women disguised pleasure seekers figuring on their next s of his filthy lucre to defeat Hon. David State, and I bellevo ho Is seriously con- summer's vacation should bear this in as men and served in tho late war G. templating putting aside single blessud-ness- . mind nnd before selecting a routo (hop a A New York woman in n fit of an Editor A. R. Dyche, of the Mountain For the money. Come and see them before you purchase. lino to Jas. C. Pond, Genoral Passenger ger Woll, threw a lighted lamp at her husband, Echo, aud Ed Parker, also Agontot tho Wisconsin Central Lines, 'Whenever John gets married, at Milwaukee, Wis., and ho will send setting his clothes on fire. In her ef- of London, are willing to make oath to Ono thing you are euro to see: you mans, timo tables and guide books forts to put out tho fUmes she herself the truthfulness of Judgo Jewell'o asserA great big crowd will give him containing valuable information, which was fatally burned. A tremendous charivari. tion, when ho said that "politics is hell." t are mailed fre 0 upon application. Suetaw. In 1883 the expenditure of New York The former gentleman is a warm State for charitable purposes was S9.93S.- of Col. Silas Adams, while the When Joe Mineard returned to Leslie Lvtonia. Tho Fall Meeting at LaU 000. In the next five years tho oxpendi. latter champions the cfuso of Mr. Colson, county, after a term in tho penitentiary nla extends from September 1st to Octo tores increased until they amounted to They have both made many Bpeeches in he found that somebody had been there her Glh. Tho Queen & Crescent will $13,315,000. In 1893 they wero 20,403,. this race but in one at Pittsburg Friday whilo he'd been gone. Ills wife was soil tickets to Cincinnati each day, goqd 5 days d and night Mr. Dycho made an assertion that about to become a mother and on find- fare forto return, at one Ask agents Woman suffragists of Topeka the round trip. for did not sit well with Mr. Parker, but at ing that Dr. G. M. Cook bad dishonored particulars. W. O. Klnearson, G. P. A. to givo practical illustration of tho the time ho did not r6sont it. They him, he wont gunning for the deciplo of Cincinnati. advance of the Kansas woman by wearmet in London Saturday afternoon and Esculaplus, who made himself scarce till ing the breeches in public. About a 100 A Household Troaauro. after a few words went at it in pugilisgot the irate husband bound in heavy he have agreed to adopt Turkish trousers D.W. Fuller, ol Canajoharie, N, V says tic style. Friends arrived before great he always keeys Dr. King's New Discovery Inthat bonds to keep the peace. uouse auu nis family would not be without it,the and short skirts, and they will parade damage was done, however, If or I might A 40 pound child was born at Macon, H.uturaoic. u. a. uyKcman Druggist, Cattkill, Kansas avenue until the people and the N. Y., say that Dr. King' New Discovery is have had to cbrouicle a difficulty beGa. horses become familiar with the strange undoubtedly the best Cougn remedy ; that he lias tween these gentlemen as serious aa that used it in hf lamily for eight yeajs, and it has Bight. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Bucxiln'sArnlca Salve. neve, failed to do all that la claimed for It. Why at Lexington several years ago, when world tor cuts, bruise! not try a Nmedyso loug tried and tested. Trial Th best salve la the Spocimon Oasos. It ncini that lh. Qstea snj Crei.ent Ttostt Is It mlln shortest tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sorei, tetter, chap- bottle free at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. Regu-la- r neither of the prominent republicans, M'.wa liacinrutl auj L.xtnrtunt tliafKa stwrlot Cttutnintl U KirS. H; Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was troubled ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup size 50c. and 81.00. ii.i V.n M isllis shortest Cioilnnatl tu . Orletoa M lullts tUort.it L Inriuasu to t ruttUaoug-4piles, or no pay requir with reurjltfia and Rheumatism; his stomach who took part, wero left to tell the tale. AtUnto, vr JscUudtUL. t lerM. olons. It positively cure guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarmd. It is While in Chicago, Mr. Charle L. Kahler.a E. O. W. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS tr money refunded. Price ij cents per box. prominent hoe merchant ot De Molne. Iowa, ing degree, appetite fell away and he was terriMr Penny, Sunlord, Ky. o in-ner NO. 59 I nfSm OAP 99toPURE Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. V'14 jBwcfvr5 9 & t- Stanford Female College. '"' 1 '"I fath-er'- peace-make- r; COLLEGE HOME, al one-fourt- h eight-year-ol- IR. J. tr?k 1 -- - ......? a, y spell-boun- d court-hous- all-wi- se Buy Your be-lov- ff Books At W. B. MCRoberts'. -- al g FINE PAPERS, SCHOOL BOOKS. R. Dr uggiat. Our Prices Can Not Be Duplicated. Or-cha- rd blue-gran- s. -- PLOWS i- - them-solve- Best Plow on the Market. si Ex-Senat- or Bup-porte- r HlGGINS & McKINNEY. ono-thir- pro-po- so F 17 109 I 23 90 II d -; . For salt by A. K. citlien of Bugene. A. M. Dailey, a Oregon, sat a bis wife has for years been troubled with chronic diarrhoea and used many remedis with httlc relict until she tried Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera' and Diarrhoea Utmedy, which hat cut eu her sound and well. Giro it a trial and you will be surprised at the prompt relief it affords. as and 50 cent bottles for aale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, druggist, Stanford. well-know- m had quit a serious time of It. He took such a e yere cold that he could hardly talk or navigate, but the prompt use ot Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured him of his cold o quickly that others at the hotel who had had colds mllnw,l M. and half a doien personordered it from the nearest drug store. They were rjrolu.e In th.i- Ibanks to Mr. Hauler tar tel'lni thrm h. -- .. a bad cold so quickly. For sale bv Dr. S. G. HnrVcr ilnii..i.i., c. u -- ...i. -.v fjrd. reduced in flesh aud strength. Three bottles oi Electric Hitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Illin running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles or Klcctric Hitters boxes of Hucklen's Arnica Salve and hd leg is sound and weir John Speaker, Catawbis O., had five large fever sores on his leg; doctor said he was incurable. Oue bottle of Electric ric Hitters and one box Hucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sotd by A. R. - Penny, drutr-gu- t. Irvine W. Lanraors, physical director of Y. M. C. A., Pet Moines, Iowa, says ha can conscientiously recommend Chamberlain'i Pain Balm to athletes, gymnasts, bicyclists, loot ball players and the profession in general for bruises, sprains and dislocations : also for so'eness and stiffness of the muscles. When applied before the parts become swollen it will effect a cure in oue hall the time usuellr renuired. For sale by Dr. S. O. Hooker, Mrupgist, Stan-fsrd. k of the abor. poind. Thronth Oars t VlekiWr an.l ShrT-lr- t. iKroaf ia running Ho. to li rears tlueunati to Knoivitl. mi C. Dlmt TtxuaaJ Jl.ilco via Xw Orltaai r vl KhntKrt. Aik atiita aUul t.urs t CalifurnU. Frvm IuUiilU. MirHirTIII. and Lawrvnc.kurr. direct coantctlva it UuAi at Lulsiua, with VMUUiUa Uilaj t til jvlau Smth. Y. C. MXEARSQ.V. Oca'l 1'iu'r Asct. Claclanttt. O. Utween .11 AJh.TllL, ''"J?. X QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. - --&.: '' m &mi-Week- ly !. -- i ii- - Inferior Journal Stanford Kt., September 25, W. P. WALTON. y i Harrison and sonior. Matthews, Gov. McKinley making music for their After divorce and 10 years separation sides. Tandy Gossom, a wealthy farmer of WarWc don't want to deluge you with advice but if you want the best Tbo Japanese army in Corca is re ren county, met his for the first the latest and the most elegant things in by 10,- - time InsL wpok. nhn hnvltu? bean nvnr ported to havo been , .,.. . n 000 soldiers, with 2,000 pack horees and since in tho divorce in tho West. The a complete equipment of pontoon bridges old iUme, which had flickered and up and batteries of mounted guns. parently gono out, was not extinguished Tho Brotherhood of Locomotivo in the breasts of'oither, it seemH, for after Firemen has been organized 10 years, a short conversation a reconciliation re E. O. KENNEDY Assessor. G. W. DEttORD Tub Louisville Commercial's cartoon and has paid out in benouta during that sulted and they stood up boforo tho Jailer. Magistrate Stanford Pre of Saturday, in which Ash Caruth is period to its membership and their heirs P'encher for tho second timo. .. W. L. DAWSON showing "what I done" and cinct through tho Beneficiary Department Tho HuetonvillHcorrenpondent of the Constable do T. J.HENBDICT t "what ho done;" is rather nnugh. $3,018,04350, at a cost per member of D.nvillo Advocate, who is posted on mat Hats, Caps, Carpets, Mattings, Trunks, Valises. Pay the Louisville ty but it is funny. Billy is holding up a $10 a year. ters and things in general, nays: "About Thk Congressional committee met in carriage with thoo words on it. The war between Elder Zick Sween tho falling of tho firht while froat, there Store a visit. It will pay you to come and look through whether you Frankfort Saturday and after canvassing ey and the Presbyterian preacher at Co- will bo threo weddings in our midst. I arc ready to buy now or not. Read the following the returns found that Win. 0. Owens The Macs seem to bo forging to tho lumbus. Ind.. has broken out afresh and can't give tho names yet, but a Boylo had a plurality of 255 votes and declared front. Three of them will bo in tho liar and scoundrel are nourished between nun, n MadiBon man and a Kansas man him the nominee of the democratic par- Kentucky Congressional delegation, them in .1 truly religious way. Sweenoy all figuro in these tableaux. Tho uirle. ty in the 7th diatrict. Col. Breckinridge McElroy and McDorinott. is from Casey county, Ky., and says that all three, are art. fine specimens of the s addressed a long letter to the committee lady ns you will find in all ho will die or kill Bomebody to protect his Kentucky. NEVSY NOTESr I'll glvo you a tip by and in which ho asserted his claim to the good name. by." nomination on account of frauds prac0., H. & D. will take control of the Secretary Hoke Smith has returned Good checked cotton ticed by Owens' friends, but signified his Cincinnati Southern October 3. yard wide unbleached cotton Trian A WOMAN LAWYER. to Atlanta after a stumping tour which intention to submit to tho action of the George Schmous was hanged at IMtta. embraced every county in Southern Mrs. A. J. lllako la tho I'lrot Woman to 3 A unbleached yard wide 6c. Bleached cottop zlit 4, 5, 6 and constituted authorities. He also took burg for the murder of hia wifo and Orniluato From YaIo College. Georgia. He strongly opposed tho free cents. Dress Ginehams q. 7V1. 8! and 10c. Jeans, black, brawn occasion to score Judge Cantrill for his Mrs. Alico Jordan Blnko of Califor- and gray, coinage of sllvor at the ratio of 10 to 1, 15c per yard. Wire buckle suspenders 15c, a good pair of unwarranted usurpation of authority in Mrs. Sallle Cunningham, nieco of or atany other ratio unless the parity of nia ami Washington enjoys tho distincgranting an injunction against the ollicers Judge Samuel F. Miller, died at suspenders 10c; laundered shirts for boys 20c, unlaundcrcd shirts for tion of being tho first woman gradunto tho two metals can be obtained. of election in Bourbon swearing voters of Yalo tornado, in Iowa and Minnesota Alico R. college Mrs. Blnko was Miss men, 25c. A good working shirt 2d and 25c. Seamless socks, 10c. A to support the nominee and characteriJordan, on Obioan by birth, Dr. Deck, the bigamist and wife mur zes action as a piece of personal maligni- derer, was found guilty of manslaugter Friday night left a tale of horror. but educated in Michigan. At tho high Shocsjor children 25, 35, 50 and 75c. Ladies1 shoes, 75, 90, $1, Uvea wore taken and over a Bchool iu Coldwnter sho was considered Si. 25, up to $3.50. Men's shots, 75c, $1, Si. 25, up to $$. Hoys' ty to gratify a spite he had long entertain- at Denver. 100 injured. In Kossuth county, la , 19 n prodigy and entered tho University of ed against him. Tho committee adopted boots, 75c to $2.50. Men's boots, $1.25 to S5. killed Bob Jones James Howard Michigan at tho ago of 10. After dovot-lu- g a resolution somewhat to the Bame effect, with a Bhot gun at Sopher's mill, Jessa- were killed and 45 received four years to tho literary coursd alio and about Mason City the list of Mr. Owens rebut reconsidered, when mine county. 27. The destruction of entered tho law department, and at tho dead will reach fl monstrated againBt it. There will be no end of 0110 year, boforo reaching the At a political meeting in Tennessee great. contest, the Breckinridge men will .fall two men were killed and a number ser property waa very m souior class, she passed n rigid oxnmi- into line againBt the common enemy, iously injured. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. and Owens will be elected by the usual Will nor. of Mason. 0.. aged 83 has A finclinefor chiIdrcn,boys and men. Come to sec us and you wil 1 Denny will mako a majority. George J. K. Baughmnn bought a 16t of ruulo just died. He had lived under tho same be gratcfuljto us for it. A look at our great $5, $7t $8 and $10 suit great deal of noise and imagine many roof for 8S years. colts at S 0. sales will compensate for your trouble. Every thing new and careful vain things, but he wont be in it either Robert J., 2:103, pneer, was bred and Mrs. Hendig, of Warsaw, Ind., died in tho start or in the borne stretch. ly selected. Pennsylvania. with grief, and her son who caused it foaled in crushed for feed at 5c per Wheat committed suicide. Wx did not get the first but the secMassachusetts court refused to enjoin bushel. J. H. Baughman & Co. ond number of tho Hanover County HerSeveral varieties of nice seed wheat the American Sugar Refining Company ald, published at Ashland, Va., by 0. 0. for sale. J. H. Baughman & Co. doing business. from Anderson and W. B. Walton, who are George Baker bought in tho East Secretary Carlisle has boen called to The We will not be undersold. also the editors, is before us. Gray Gables to cooler with the president End, seven fat heifors at $12 to 115. young gentlemen are both cousins of the Fantasy has reduced thp trotting reon tariff complications. writer, tho latter of whom was an at fillies to 2:00. The dock district of Portland, Ore., cord for tache of the Interior Jourkal for sev- suffered a loss of $1,500,000 by Are SunMibb Nelson, 2:131, is the property of eral years, and got his inspiration from a daughter of Rev. T. DoWitt Talmngo, day. Three lives were lost. its home. The Herald is bright editoriThe $15,000 Boston stallion race lookB A World's Fair hotel, the Lexing. ally, a beauty typographically and a gem ton, which coat over a minion, boiu un like a pretty sure thing for Directum. locally, that department being unusually Hamilton Di?ston, thn great MRS. ALICE JORDAN HLAKK. der forced sale for f 6,410.73. well filled with well written home news. A. URBANSKYJ& CO.Proprietot controls about 2,000,000 acres of nation and was admitted to practico in captured in CinWilliam Myers whs Of course it is democratic in politics. We back to Atlanta, where fine fruit lands in Florida. tho .Michigan courts. Still unsatisfied cinnati and taken T. D. RANEY, Manager. wish the young editors great success and Adam Pence shipped to Cincinnati in her ambition, Miss Jordan risked adhe killed Forest Crowley 'for hia money. if they keep their columns up to the Judge VanArsdale, of Mt. Sterling, Saturday a car load of lambs raised by mission to tho law department of Costandard they here marked out they will lumbia college, Now York, but was redied from the effect of an overdose of him, which averaged 70 lbs. eminently, deserve it. with suicidal . A grafted tree at Montieello, Fla . fused solely on account of hor box, and carbclic acid. It was taken sho noxt turned to Harvard annually bears a mixed crop of peaches 6amo result. Yalo permittedwith the The official count gives Judge Toney intent. her tc John Schweitzer was killed by e9 . apples, pears, quinces and crabs. study, but without tho prospect of re2Q1 majority over Mr. O'Neal for appelOf Zinc and CanvassJCovcrcd Round and Square Top All orders for feed must be accom ceiving a degree. At tho clowj of her late judge in the Louisville district. tricity while repairing an ice box at Louisville. Over 1,100 volts Bhot through panied with the cash, if expected to be courso, however, tho corporation of the r, There are some disputed ballots, collego mot in special session and voted honored. J. H. Baughman & Co. and O'Neal is not satisfied and his body. a degreo, with full honors. paseonger and freight depot of The At Galesburg, 111., Mr. Monroe Salismay take the matter to tho courts. It It was Noah the Queen and Crescent at New Orleans bury's colt Directly lowered the two- - Porter on that which drew from presiis hoped though that be will think bethis retirement from tho pacing record from 2:09 to dency of Yalo tho remark, "Would that ter of it and not endanger democratic was destroyed hy firo. Valuable records year-ol- d were lost. 2:07J. I had never lived to bo called upon tc success by a wrangle in which he is sure The examining trial of J. F. Lloyd Clifford beat Hoiry of Navarre by a sign a Yalo college degree granted to a to get the worst of it. The best plan always is to submit to the decision of the for tho killing of the Hon. S. 0. Nunn noBO in a match race at Brooklyn Satur- woman." And Bags. Miss powers that be and look upon party took place at Marion, tho result being an day. Distance, mile and an eighth; time studies Jordcn continued lwr legal in California, wherosho married 1:543 success as paramount to personal ag acquittal. a formor classmate, Georgo D. Representative Price did not bolt crop of Adair county was and subsequently removed to lilnkc, The apple grandizement. Seattle, with the reat of tho Louisiana planters. indeed short, but wo havo seen a few on Wash. Thko. Holland. gamHe thinks, however, that tho BUgar boun- the market, selling at 50 and GO cents a The vicissitudes in the life of a We are receiving a full line of bler in futures and stocks as well as cards ty should be paid. Women nt tho 1'oIIn. bushel. Spectator. L. C. Weir, of Cincinnati, has been Tho school election at Orango, N. J., or on races, is exemplified in the life of Joe Patchen and Robert J. will meet B. P. Hutchinson, known as ''Old elected to succeed President Sanford, of in a match race at Davenport, Iowa, on is to bo particularly commended to noHutch." He was a plunger and made a the Adams Express Company. Col. the 27th. Tho puree will be $4,500 and tice. Tho Oranges, East and West, nro among tho most aristoeratio suburbs of million or so on the Chicago board of Weir has been with the company for 30 tho winner will get of it. Now York city. Llowallcn Park is a a day. iSow bo is years. trade, and lost it in Col. John B. Thompson, the big dis- magnificent domain, inhabited by peoThe river at Pittsburgh reached a tiller of Harrodsburg, gives it as his ple of wealth and culture. On school earning a livelihood Belling cigars at 1 Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. cent. A sign in his window reads: coaling stage and 7.000,000 bushels of opinion that the corn will ho worth from election day tho Indies of Lluwollen "Good cigars for 1 cent; better, two for 5 black diamonds will be started down the 40 to 55 cents a bushol in Kentucky this Park camo in their carriages in n steady stream to deposit their votes. They stream. fall. cents; cigarettes, 4 cents a package." While wheat is quoted at about 57 voted whilo tho men of their families After nearly 1,200 fruitless ballots, lowest bid receiv wero away in tho city attending to busiThe Virginians are kicking like steers, tho democratic convention in the Sev- cents at New York, the for furnishing the ness. Tho occasion for tho largo num Can sell them at prices never brforc known. We makcjall of our e enth Mississippi district nominated the ed by the government and naturally, becauso the Sioux Indians with wheat waB $1.01 for ber of votes cast by tho society womon ownjpipc and can fit any stove. department has changed the name of present incumbent, Mr. Hocker. was that thero wero threo tickets in tho S. Swanson, of Chesterton, Ind,, No. 1 spring. 0. H. to Surrender. Appomattox field. An attempt had been to Henry Simons and ibis son Albert; bring ont ovory voto among tho mado There was no necessity for such a change tripped against tho wire leading to a ixjorcr, gun in his store and received the Louisville turfmen, who havo been more ignorant women for 0110 especial and it is surprising that a democratic burglar-tra- p accused of more than one Bhady transac- ticket It was to defeat this ticket that have permitted a full charge of buckshot in his legs. administration should To move the Eiffel tower from Paris tion, were ruled off the turf at Hawthorne tho Ornugo and Llowollcn Park ladies it. The historical old placo will always mustered in such unmbera Who was be known as Appomattox 0. H no mat- to Baltimore will cost 8500,000; still the Park, Chicago. At a recent sheep Bale in Australia it that said only tho moro ignorant and managers of tho Baltimore fair of 1807 decrees. ter what the Merino ram sold was tho worst class of women would voto? ' say they are going to s'tand the expense. the highest-price- d Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to ram, Gold Drop, bred From reports from all over the the American-breDesha Bhkckinridoe has been on the of New York, and exStanford. mm 9 c also lead in w war path again. He cut J. D. Livingston, country, the New York World figures by Mr. Thornton, I secretary of the Owens club, when be that the corn crop will be a third short ported as a lamb in 1891. He brought $2,000. offered to shake hands with him and or 1,300,000,000 bushels instead of W. G. Anderaon, of this vicinity Miss larboe, ra r trimmer, is In the cities bur to back him, with a striker named Lane mr Fall shipped from Lancaster on Tuesday a inz usual falland winter block, and I will not make my Kincaid a cursing. The obtrip IlothSllstJarboeand her purgaye Judge Emmettsburg, Iowa, and the sec1,902 lbs. It looked chases win arrive next week and you are cordially streperous young man had better go tion of country within a radius of six steer that weighed invited to call elephant. Breeding slow or be will break into jail, if not in- miles was visited by a terrific cyclone, like a small-sizeMISS LICCIE nEAZLEY, ewea are selling at from $1 to $2.50 per Stanford, Kv. to the penitentiary, the first thing he which caused several deaths and much Call and See a Beautiful Line. head. Lancaster Record. x destruction of property. knows. ' Will Moroland bought of Farria The Odd Fellows decided at Chatta : EXCURSIONS When one republican editor calls an- nooga to 40 hoes. 100 lbs., at 5c; 75 of D. F. Odd Fellows and admit all other a liar it must be tiuo. At least wiyes, and all white .At.. women over 18 years Logan, 225 lbs., at 5c, and a lot in Wayne there can not bo said to be any political of age, who "believe in the Ruler of the county, 180 lbs., at 4.Go. He has also bias in the matter. That's what Editor bought 300 lambs in this county in the : : to join the Daughters of .Via.. J. Henry Douglas, of the Whitley Coun- universe," last ten daya at 11 to to 2.00. ty Herald, calls Editor A. R. Dyche, of D. B. Chatham has bought 30 nice Fireman John Mattox saw the red Headquarters for the Mountain Echo, an from what we light of a train in front of his at Wilmore picked ewes from yearlings to expect to hear of and thinking know of the latter we good native Bheep, at $2 50. D. a collision unavoidable : To all pointi in the : the mountain rivers running red with jumped from his engine and had bis arm is buying'mulea at $35 to $50 gore. and West. Bed Room Suites, Folding Beds, Side Boards, colts and $25 to $30 for sec- North, Northwest cut off. There was no collision as the for Wardrobes, Spring red light was on a train on the siding. ond class. Several Bales of cattle are reThe primary to select a republican Beds, Parlor Suites and Couches. Don't fail to see my stock of Harrodsburg DemoSeptember ijth and Oct. oth tickets will be Threo shipments of Winchesters and ported at 21 to 3J. candidate for Congressman in the Bloody sold to points in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana Wyoming, Iowa, Nebraska, will come off next Saturday. ammunition have been eont to Union crat. Eleventh S. W. Menefee, who cried the sale, Idaho, Kansas, Manitoba, CoToiado, Missouri Ind Colson and his friends are claiming the county, and the citizens claim that they Utah. will have 1,000 men under arms, to pre- tells us that Dr. Edward Alcorn, agent October 17th and November 14th to points in earth, but we have an abiding faith that Michigan. vent Capt. Blackburn's collection of the for the heira of J. P. Land, withdrew tho Tickets good teturjing twenty ,days (torn date You can use your money to advantage by trading with me. In the the silent soldier will get his deserts and of tale. first place I show the latest styles, secondly 320 acres of land lying near Hustonville, that Col. Silas Adams will be endorsed. railroad tax. The situation is serious. Direct connection in Central Union sufficient. It was Cincinnati, with all through trains ot theStation, i, Democratic leaders say that with a as the price was not . t. Chesa-.ff. t. , u ni.l.1 i.. r..- p ., wuccu ut r wm.u wihivih juuic ana The republicans have nominated 0. strong candidate, acceptable to both the offered in three lots. The home place of Loussville & Nas ihvilie Kulwav. trains V. Coffin for governor of Vermont, and Cleveland and the Hill wings of the 200 acres was bid to $10; GO other acres Soli nearest to St. Louis and Chicago, and full In On every piece than ever quoted before. Give mc a trial and see AsIc ticket aitent lor tickets it is hoped that the democratic can- party, it can elect the governor of New went to $35 and CO only got a bid of $3.00. formation. is honestly dealt with. your purse W. W. WITHERS. K. O. McCORMACK, Traffic didate may be able to drive the last York this fall. Thscher and Lockwood The knob land waa Bold to John Hughes, B. B. MARTIN, Gen I'sss.Pass. Ticket Mgr , that and Agt, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel; Cincinnati, O, were both strongly urged as candidates. 100 acres, at $1.05. nail into it. other people in those States, besides su gar makers, who believe with the domocratic party that a bounty on cotton, DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. corn,4wheat or any other crops is just my as proper as on sugar, anumoy-wi- u OR COXOItESS JAS. B. M'CUEAUY so with thoir votes. Let tho sugar makFor County Judge J AS. WALKER GIVKNS ers go to tho republican, or to sheol. The . .G. 11. COOPER Clerk party will bo better otF with" Attorney....... J. B. PAXTON democratic Sheriff- ..T. D. NEWI.AND out thorn. ex-wi- fo ..-- MATRIMONIALMATTERS. New York domocratic convention of tho ronnhlicans In pUc-- 1 buy tbolmet at Saratoga yesterday inR a bounty on Biipar was to Mr. Charlro Trusty, who is not a Three people wero poisoned at Louis man in State of Louisiana and other BUgar mak the eyis of the law for a year or ing States, and the beneficiaries are now yillo by eating a toadstool. two yet, obtained license yesterday with 1894 The campaign in Indianna is warm- tho consent of bis father, and today will trying to deliver the goods, but thoy will signally fail. There are a great many ing up with Senator Voorhees, Gov. marry Miss Allio Long, two yoars his Thr ohlent HE NEW STOCK IS HERE 1 , Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Mc-Crear- y, Blue-Gras- 4c, c 3c, chil-dre- y4 Bich-mon- d. hurts-Aroun- d CXOTHXITC GIVE US A CAL.L LOUISVILLE : STAXTFORD, ETC., I four-year-ol- d STORE, saw-makt- r, bow-eve- TRUNKS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. Stoves, Slovekrds, Coal Hods, two-third- B Come in and See Them, W. H. WEAREN & CO. post-offic- LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. poat-offi- ce d TO THE Z.ADXXS 2,000,-000,00- 0. Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. San-dld- ue Harvest VERY LOW RATES, Re-beka- h. Big Four Route, W. W. WITHERS, "A HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &C., t first-clas- a Pictures, Easles, Mouldings and Mirrors; &c. iivrsr 1 prices jljeus loweb f Jzlv 'i T t" ' m.K, Jm -f - JiHi tfc. Sfc .W-- 4 ), HI - ffiffiffi Mtj fU4 e &,i!&mcmm3& h- - i There wns hardly ever such a crowd The weather continues very pleasant, with fair, cooler predicted for Tuesday. in Lancaster as gathered to hear Gov. "Dear John, the ring you gave to mc 8eb our heating stoves hetoro you McCreary speak yesterday, and the ConA thief sained entrance to the barber gressman was never la better trim to enbuy. Illgglna & McKinney. Was bought of Danks, I know; shop of Cook & Farmer Friday night tertain it. Stanford, Kv., September 25, 1891 Swerney is tho niwno of a new For nothing binds two hearts so close nnd helped himself to six good razors As stones that make such show." in Garrard and Sweeney Morgan is and n lot of brass checks, leaving 18 raIn order to reduce my large stock of postmaster. E. C. Walton, Business Manager zors nnd tunny other nrticlea of value. wall paper It will bo sold till Nov. 1 at Said he "Tis true; and since our house There is n great big boy nt Mr. W. F. He was tho most easily satisfied rascal astonishingly low prices. This includes all styles nnd tho patterns nro nil new Is in the 'tony' ranks, Grimes' and they have named him for wo over heard of. MEANS 1U3INES8. and very deslrablo. You can pot afford his papa. We'll buy our silverware and clocks Since the death of Mr. John G. 8mltb to miss this opportunity. A. R. Penny.' Buy your Bchool books nnd school sup .. tho Interior Journal has had no reguplies oi all kinds nt A. R. Penny's. And all we can from Danks. .. The watermelon party given by tho We hovo mado arrangements by which Watches, clocks nnd jewelry repaired Bcazley Brothers, Saturday ovoninu, was lar weather prophet, but the vacancy and wiumntod. Engraving a epocialty, largely attended nnd greatly enjoyed. k has at last been filled. Mr. John Bright, we can furnish this papor and the at A. H. Penny's. .. New York World all for only known to his friends as "Red John," TitH Inreit stoce oi Unit?. Medicines, Tom Fekkell's assailant is caught "I has come to our rescue- and solemnly $2.75 n year. Hero is tho opportunity to Perfumery, Paints Biid Wnll Pflpor at PobcripUona a special- - don't think" but wo nro showing nn predicts that about Christmas time we got your own local paper and The Now A. K. Penny's. olegant line of now Fall goods. Danks, shall havo n real hog killing Bpell and af- York World twice every week at extratho Joweler. ter New Year's a long cold snap. Ho ordinary low rates. Interior Journal. PERSONAL POINTS. says ha bases his calculations upon two For Sale. Ten shares of capital stock Lottery. Jetso E. Carter, a reputaMrs. Will Hick went to Louisville Stanford Water, Light nnd Ico Co., guar-n- thing?; tho corn shuck is heavier and ble citizen of this county, was before Sunday. teed. to pay 7 por cent. Address Box Irish potatoes nre deeper in the ground Judgo Vnrnon yesterday charged with than usual, indications almost ns strong Mrs. M. J. Jcbtick, o( LexinKton, is 1ST, .Stanford, Ky. ss proofs of Holy Writ, that a long nnd hiving lottery tickets in his possession with Mrs. J. P. Jones. Worth $3.50 to close at $1.50. nnd offering them for salo to J. J. Spears 550 pair. The trial of Messrs. George and Ike severe winter is to follow. Miss Katie Hill, oi tho West End, Ib and others, but no witnesses appearing Shelby for shooting Mr. J. F. Moore at visiting Mies Hortensla Myers. We will continue to offer during the week 550 pairs fine custom-mad- e Filled with Lead. Jason Blackerty, ngainst him, the case was continued til' Mrs. W. II. 11 it a I) Y and children ore Junction City, several mouths ago, was h'ns killed a man or two and ought Wednesday nt 2 o'clock. Mr. Carter dewho and hand turned Shoes, button or lace, at one-hal- f piice. Styles continued at Danvillo on their motion. visiting relatives in .Harrodsbu'K. himaelf to bo killed, if half said of him nies tho chargo. The penalty lor such of toes, Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Round, Common Sense, relapse Mu. II. 0. Kauris Buffered a be true, enme very near reaching that offense is a fino of from $o00 to $5,000 Hon. It. 0. Warukn will speak nt aud is not doing as well as at lost report. Narrow, Square, A, 13, C, D and E. lasts. These goods are worth Saturday, Sept. 2i)tb, and nt consummation devoutly to be wished nnd confinement in tho penitentiary for Mrs. Lizzie McAlibter, of Danville, Waynesbnrg, Saturday, Oct. Oth, in the Friday night nt Junction City. Ho had 2 to 5 years. anywhere $3 and $3.50 per pair. Our price to close out S1.50. is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. 0. Port-ma. arrested by Marshal Frank Ellis Interest of tho democratic nominees. been Tins is the way Charley Moore sees fit tho night before and had escaped handSpeaking at 2 o'clock. Miss Lucv Mckimney, oi tho West to refer to the sale of Pink Cottage: The cuffed. Under cover of dsrkness ho reEnd, has been visiting Miss Annio Prof. A. S. Voibrs, who ,1s speaking turned to Junction City to do the mar- - "Pink Cottago" isthe fnmoiiB place where for the prohibition candidate for Con- Bbal up. Tiiat officer hoard of it and Bro, Barnes raised such an excitement Latest Style Fall Hats at One-Hal- f their value. One lot mens' hats-wortMcKin.nky will leavo gress, tells us that largo audiences greet summoning Joe S. Wright, they armed by his "faith cure miracles." He said he Mr. Nathan II. $2. 50, slightly damaged, our price to close, 50c. Mens' soft Saturday (or tho Chicago College o( Den him at nil his appointments in this coun- themselves and went to tnko him dead was coing to'trust the Lord to pay for and stiff, all shades and shapes, regular $3 and $4 hat grades, your tal Surgery. ty afid that the interest displayed is great or nllve. When they met him, they or- that cottage, but sinco Barnes was here choice at 51.50. Mens' crushers, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double. Miss Annie Snuun went to LouUvllla and tho order good. dered Blackerty'to throw up his ban Jb. and innde that speech for Breckinridge Saturday to see her sisters, Misses Xorah the Lord has gono back on Barnes and Remember we will be with you but a short while now. The Richmond Register says that Ho puliod out n pistol instead nnd shot foreclosed the mortgage on his Pink Cotand Minnie Straub. men, Ellis then returned wIihii Will Owsley, (whom his friends at the uo Mies Kate Cook, of Hustonvllle, acshot gun tage. You can't foortbo Lord and you call "Goose Egg" for short) was introduc- the fim with n doublo barrel companied by Mr. W. II. King visited loaded with buckshot, Wright getting in needn't try it. Ho knew Barnes was for ed to Gen. Gordon, tho latter said on obrelatives here Sunday. Blackerty re- Breckinridge just because Breckinridge serving that Will woro a Confederate his work with a revolver. Mr. Ethel Scott, of Somerset, n ne. Duncan, fire until his pistol wns emp- had given Barnes' badge: "Well, old fellow, you hold your turned the phew of Judge Thoa. Z. Morrow, is readty. Eight bullet holes perforated his the position of gaueer at a distillery. ago mighty well. You must havo been .. ing law with Hill & McRoberts. carcass, but he btill lives to continue his followAt Washington, J. J. Fister, of the 0. Harms has (closed at with tho coffee coolers and camp lUv. Gioroe devilment. Thero are somo people that Georgetown Cycle Club, made a new ers." lUchmond and gone to Jackson. Ho Ib wouldn't die if shot through tho heart. American record for 21 hours' road ridbeing entertained by Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Sergeant Madison Enolkma.v, of tho Groiiob Penninoton, eon of the late ing, having ridden a distance of 311J . Patrick. Oth Regiment of Colored Cavalry, stacamp down from tioned at Fort Robinson, Neb., arrived Stephen B. Pennington, was shot and miles, which is 11 miles more than any Mies Belle Boole Hustonvllle yesterday to meet her moth- hero Saturday to visit his father, Jerry killed Sunday morning by Will "Hale. previous record. er, Mrs. Cloo Bogle, on her return from Engleman. The sergeant went in the It eeems that Pennington, who was The Summer ended, and now what ? NEW ADVKBTLSEMENT3. 21 years old, was enamored of rittsburg. 22 years ago nnd for 17 of it has about army All must have and all will have not protection, not free wool, but Mies Lula Fihswitt, who has been vis- been an olllcer. He is a fine looking fel- MissMattie, daughter of Willis Adams, iting Mrs. W. P. Tato and her guest, low and is as much of n buow with his and had been ordered eff tho place by some cheap raiment for the body. We are in a condition to meet all tho old gentleman, who looked with dis- A Mies Norma Hose, returned to Jefferson race here as a band wason. such demands, and we shall begin from on a new leaf. We favor on his suit. Sunday morning Pen vlHo yesterday. Mitt Moore will arrivA October lit, with everyare determined to increase our business if we do it at republican, notic- nington, after, it Is said, filling himself thing that It new and nobbjr in the war of ll county An Editor A. K. Dyciik, of tho London girl Echo, was hero yesterday. Ho Ib pretty ing the interview with another promi- with whiaxy, started over to see the nent republican which appeared in this whether or no. Mr. Adams saw him nomicertain Col. Adams will win the paper, who said that Coleon would not coming and ordered him to stop. Ho Pleat call and examine my Mock before 'burnation for Congress Saturday. ins. Mypilces thall be the lowest. Thanking Benson, daughter of Mr.T bo able to carry his own county without did so, and going back, shortly returned you for past favors, respectfully, Miss Lula KATt DUDDKRAR, Manager. 8. Benson, onr Middleburg correspond- using a great deal of money aud import- with a pistol and a shot gun, Baying that ' Our stock of Fall and Winter Dress Goods, Blankets, Underwear, ays he will bet tho finest hat he was going to clean the whole "sheent, who has been at the point of death ing voters, e 1. Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Gloves, Hosiery and everything seasonable that can be bought that Colson will car- bang" out. Mr. Adams started to get DIJRQO of typhoid fever, is convaieeing. Heady lor Service. All subject to register. Ap W. ry Bell county by 600 and Laurel by 200 his gun, but Hale, who is his is in good shape and price so fixed that small or large buyers are ply to J. Al. MCKODerts, atanioru. K.y. Messrs. II. II. BiioNAuaii, J. James and James Carson went over to and BUitgests that the other man put up prevented hi in and got it himself. Ho baund to be pleased. Our Canton Flannels begin.at 5c and run up to then asked Pennington to go away, but SIM GRAHAM Latonia yesterday to boo Mr. Bronaugh'a or shut up. ; our men Shoes ho replied: "I'd as lief kill you as any- Is a candidate lor Comta'ble in the Highland and 20c; our ladies' Shoes begin at 75c and run to Meteor shoot around tho track this afterCol. W. 0. Bradley may mix his body else," and opened flro on bim with Waynesburg Magltterlal District, subject to the from $i to $50 our men's boots from S1.25 to $3.50. Blankets from noon. metaphors in (lights of oratory, but he action of the republican party. Woolen Dress Goods from 8c per yard to Mrs. J. II. Hockeh, of Kansuj City, doesn't like to have them parad- the gun. He missed his mark, and try1. 00 to 6.00 per pair. looking better and younger than wo ov- ed in cold print, consequently ho went ing tho pistol, succeeded in hitting Hale Come and see what we can do for you. The storm clouds are 1.25. er saw her, arrived yesterday with her gunning for Fontaine Fox Bobbitt for near the knee, but did little moro than passing away and good times are just ahead of us, so let us all strive flesh. Hale eays that Penlittle son, Kichard, and is nt Mr. J. S. publishing that he referred in his speech break the and ' a mile Weit Situated . nington was partially concealed behind containing hall acres of land in of McKinney culti- for the good old times to return. good state ot Hocker's. 131 nt Mt. Vernon to "John" driving the For Possesiion given by Jan. 1st, 1895. Mrs. John Buchanan, of Crab Or- - chariot of the sun Instead of Plni'thon. n tree, hut ho walked to ono side, and vation particulars apply to ED. At. ESTE.S or J AS. W. GIVENS, ago, the first Ho also made warlike demonstrations on getting a bond on him, fired and the load hard, was hero a few days McKinney, Ky. j3 im years. She nnd her dauKii-ter- the editor of this paper and would have of shot burled itself in his breast. The time for three firing JAMtb VKAUhK. Misses Maggie nnd Eva, were tho shot him in the neck, had Stanford not wounded man walked off, after CK. THOM again, and being taken in chargo by his guests of Mrs. Stephen Bnrch. been a "dry" town, for permitting him friends, was carnod home,vhere he died IIahhy OiovaNsoli, the versatile tonppenr ho rediculous. Of course ho early in the night. Hale came to town of tho Danville Advocate, has said 't right nnd Bobbitt ns UBual prevar- and gave himself up to Sheriff Mcnefeo. forth as n story writer. His first icated. and stable, H is about 2S and is n son of Jeff Hnle, l effort appears in Sunday's of Hales Well fame. Thero had been Huno Jury. There was a fearful mis and is both well written aud interSpecial Kates to Commercial Men. , carriage of JuHtlce in tho Pat Cano case no previous trouble between them, he esting. STANFORD, B.Y. Mm Geohok C. Kellku, Jit., will leavo nt Danville, if wo get tho particulars of nvers, and s.iys ho had no intention y government his murder of Marshal Sllcox correctly. whatever of killing the boy when he II you ned livery glvo us a call. Nothing but for his place in the turnouts will leavo our stable. See us printing olllco at Washington. Ho will The marshal spoke to him in a friendly went out. Tho examining trial is set lor rates. In our Wednesday at 10 o'clock. tako his wife and children with him to way for hallooing nnd making bo much for The value of a dollar increased to a dollar and a quarter. That is HARNESS SHOP spend tho winter. Mr. Keller has re- noise, and nude no nttempt to arrest Gkn. Gokdon. About 30 people from You will find a good assortment of Harness, Bri- you can buy as many goods for $i as you have to pay $1.25 for many cently been promoted and now enjoys n him. In fact lie had nothing but a walk- here attended tho lecture of Gen. Gordon dles, Saddles, Ac. Have your repairing done by I our inau, he understands his business. We have a other places. ing stick and he hung that on tho fat salary. at Danville nnd joined with tho enthus- mechanic in our tuko your hands out of your pock-et- a The Hichmond Register refers to that iastic crowd, which parked tho pretty lit BLACKSMITH SHOP. Mr. Lud too.'J ho Bald to Cane, who responded tie- Opera House, in demonstrations of do- clevor knight of tho work and' satisfactory Will guarantee n you," nnd shot him dead. Evans, of "Hustonville." Li'd is not or. "I will d ahoer. light with tho eloquence of tho speaker prices. Tit our horseMachines, the lightest draft Agents for Dcenng on the trial, wo learn, actly a resident of that delightful little This was proved nnd tho beautiful sentiments to which he machine on earth. burg, but Holy Writ assures us that and yet six men on their oaths, said he gavo utterance. Judge K. P. Jacobs, who Is you can buy more "where your treasure is there will your was guilty of no offense, two were for 21 entertained the gallant Confederate, bo also," and Lud persistently yearB, three, for two years nnd ono while in Danvillo, introduced him in heart goes to HuBtonvIllo, whether it is wet thought liko most other people that ho well choaen words to tho audience, which I am now ready to'dellvei manufactuied Ice should be hung. After keeping it con- was at once drawn in closeet sympathy or Dryo. Irom the Stanford Factory to cuttomert regularlv a reasonable time, tho judgo disfined every morning at the rate cf FIFTY CENTS spoll-bo- u nd PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and to the lecturer, who kept it charged the jury, which strango to say, CITY AND ViniHITY. with his recital of the oventa of "The at 7JC in smaller lots. E. Ml EM Kit, Stanford. up entirely of Boyle county days 10 Buy ft guaranteed razor of W. H. was made Last Days of tho Confederacy, And the like for 100 cents at men. Wearen & Co. "No sbavle, no takio." that tried men's souls and Rave occasion X). There came near being a jail delivery for the demonstration of valor and love Don't buy abop worn goods. Yon can here Friday night. 0. B. Vivian and of country, never witnessed in any conAt the well known old stand ol J. 13. Green, in get tho newest ideas jUBt as cheap from Robert Lawrence, charged with break- flict. His descriptions of the last counsel tho Joweler. Danks, ing into and stealing goods from an L. & of war held by Gen. Loo with his lieu- - Kentucky. Than any other Store in Central Kentucky. Mrs. Lida N. car at Livingston, John Beiden, held tenants tho night boforo tho surrender, Hustonvillo, XVv. Nkwcomii. who killed Has Just received a beautiful line of Burke in Rockcastle county, was given for shooting Mr. Wilcher In this county, and of the final capitulation nt famous 21 years, when doath ought to have and Rov. Win. Scott, sent hore from Appomatoz, wero thrillingly realistic and Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. been his sentence. He shot the woman Laurel for safo keeping, till his trial for more thoroughly enjoyed, because it was Call and see his stock and. get his prices which 's killing Collins, occupy the samo cell, and given by ono who was present at both are lower than anybodys. If you want a nice set in tho back because sho wont with THE HERD OP whip for ten that night they succeeded in unlocking and actively participated in the tragic of harness, aBinder or a duster. sale. wife to get her child, nnd Twine for long weeks sho suffered agony until and breaking (our lockfl and getting out scenes. The tributo to Lee and Grant Red of it. The tug then camo to get outside and Jackson nnd Meade and Hancock death relieved her. ' and they were working for dearlifo were made in thoughts that breathed, It. H. Bronaugh, Pror, The report that oil had beon struck in next morning when Col. Bibb, deputy and words that almost burned with oraIS NOT SATISFIED at Crab Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky boring n well for MrB Slaughter jailor, flushed the covey. Ono of tho torical flro, only to bo surpassed by his With being "the Best Magatiue ever published in of tho fact that the Orchard, grew ont prisoners had put him on the alert with eulogium of tho private soldier, who the South." It wltbes to cover thoroughly the Pigs foi sale from the beit types of Reglstere drill paBaed through a pocket containing raferenco to the job and he was enabled fought for his country, without hope of whale field; to visit ttgularly every reading family in the South. Stock. Breeders secured from the beet herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited or so. It soon ceaseu 10 run to frustrate their plans.' Two saws, one reward and made the reputation for his To 00 this, its subscription price has been a uallon but tho report is still running and wo a regular burglar, four keys and two commander. No one can listen to Gen. Reduced do not care to head It. We only wJbij files were found in their cells, which the Gordon'sunatchless oratory and his subSI.BO . though that there were better grounds men claim were made out of hoop iron, lime pleas for a closer bond of union beA Year. for &X, found in the cell after Odle Paul tween the sections, without it creating in Beginning with the October Number. BUT the Magazine will continue to grow in quality and to Champion Adams left. This story Ib not believed, howev- his bosom a greater love of country and merit the t n tIati.. one of d. greater feeling of admiration and lovo for manners, writes from Somerset that Mr, er, and some outside parties are Words of Praise it Receives, Rev. Wni. Scott, tho Northern tho gallant soldiers, who participated on matriculated at Central UniAdams has , claims that ho both sides of the civil conflict. Gen. "The Southern Magazine Is a handsomely Illusversity and that he can not accept tho Methodist able to plot, though it is said Gordon is doing a grand work. May bis trated and well edited literary magazine, monthly compare without disfavor with the best keceivin His challenge for a matcn uicycie race witu was not in the Review ot Reviews. o! the metropolis.'' "himes" all night to drown days on earth bo prolonged beyond the Journals May, iSo. Sam Hocker, who Is visiting here that he Bung Mr. and ten, that be may Our circulation has increased tenfold in the past noleeof the saw. Col. Bibb has sep- allotted three-scor-:- -:- from Kansas City. This is in the nature the year, but we are after the 100,000 mark. to many of our peo- arated the men and doubled the locks continue to go forth sowing the seeds of Send 10 cents lor sample copy to of a disappointment THK SOUTHERN MAGAZINE. ' seeing and is confident that they will have no brotherly love and inspiring a more lofty Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. ple who were very deslrlous of , Louisville, Ky patriotism. to try to escape. further chance meet in a race. these gentlemen Tradx with Danki, the Jeweler, . post-offi- ce twice-n-wte- - Selling Out? Selling Out! n SHOES HATS. i.. Mc-Kinn- n. m y. 800 800 Bo Fo qJOWM & BONo son-in-la- Sammer is Past to-da- y Treat For tlic Ladies. ex-Be- A o o ACMIFICIE. $3-50- JERSEY &,' son-in-la- j3-i- m Desirable Farm for Sale. HUGHES & TATE. s, ft gen-iti- VEAGER & YEAGER, bloa-som- ed Cornier-Journa- utot, first-class m un c6od to-du- News for You fence-"No- grip-sac- k, - G-- d-- first-clas- s ICE, THE - TRUTH ICE, Dry yMou, Carpets, Shoes, SEVERANCE & SONS' EVERAITOH 8 & Duroc 8 BLUE-GRAS- S S. CARPE1TTER, (BN0 New-comb- T The Southern Magazine Jersey Swine ; to suspi-clone- man-slayer- imwtetH9ftt?tt It e FALL AND WINTER -:- GOODS. "iU r n-r- i- -s - Vj.--4S .1 -- r gygfRjgvsri Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourm. FASHION IN AUTUMN. AT Published Every Tuoaday and Friday $3 M-Wh- n FR Y3flA.R. IT ADVANCE charged.) 33.50 not to paid will be 6 OB 8 PAGES. IFJR.IID.A.'X". EVERTnecessary. When K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. tX 5:10 Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning p.m. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. is 37 pm Kail train coinir North., South ...isjpm " ............ ti 31 pm Express train " South . ..... .... North. ...., 9 36 a ni Local Freight North.............. ao;p m South........ .... ...... ..... ' carry passengers, The latter trains alio The above U calculated on standard time, Solar irae is about 10 minutes faster. trimming, and so will volvot ribbon in llcvrltrliliiK. very narrow widths. No trimming need The wind rustlod in tho palm trees, bo uod if so preferred , nud not far from whero thoy sat the NEW GOODS, GOWNS, WRAPS, SKIRTS Kilted 6kirts, with shawl, tablier or equator divided tho earth into two pannier drapery, nro of. ten scon among equal parts. AND FURS. tho uowostfall gowns. Somo skirts nro Tho ocean moaned. mado narrow at tho top and flaring, "Lovely girl," observed tho tall Mall l'ab-rlNew Granite Cho lots Suowflnlto with tho inolo on his chin. Superb New Silks Kilted Skirl. others aro full all over, and eomo aro laid in panols and plaits. Thoro aro "Too sweet for anything, " rejoined Graceful Wraps nml Clonka l'ura Tor many ovorskirts, too, and hovoral decid- his companion. "lay I trouble you for Trimming nml Garment. edly Dolly Vnrden fancies. Martha tho salt?" Copyright, 1601. by .American Press Awoclft-tlon- Washington is not forgotten, nml somo With tho application of tho proper of tho pri ttit'.t imported gowns look as condiments tho cauuibnl succeeded in Tlio grauito choviots that woro spar- if taken fmn tho old trunks of her day. making her more ngrecnblo to his tasto. ingly shown us last spring nro now de- Thes.o nro pi.t:ai:t and port for young Tho ocean, howovor, scorned to no relief whatover. Detroit veloped into 20 now varieties nml fan girls, but to havo thoni just tho thing cies, each of them showing somo nor requires the wouror to alto don a tiny Tribune elty differing from tho others. Rarely apron of book nmsliu, with rufilcs and l'nuitllar. lias any design been so pleasing or so ribbons. Overskirts and doublo skirts aro also sen on tho now fall gowns. I artistio in woolen fabrics. Thcso ook think I never saw such a wido choico 111 of styles bufore. This apparent conf nsion, I1 Ul.lV cs nn-tlv- Coal Business For Sale. A desirable Coal UuiIdcss, Houses, Scales, Ac, lor tale. J. B. HIOG1NS, Stanford, Ky. ThsD&Tis Vertical hi king Hicik' a machine. Are the best became 'hey run lighter and can do greater variety of work than any other sewing The Lndlos of Lincoln County o .l R.Zimmep, -- Aro cordially Invited to call at the tit. Asaph Hotel and examine the machine, as well as sam pics or Its work. McMUKKAY I1KOS.. Stantord, Ky 13.1t DR. W. B. PENNF DcnllHt. Office South Side Main St., In omce recently vacated by Dr. I.re F. Hulfman, Sunfonl, Ky. expo-rione- o DEALER IX- - JSkzx 4 It llows: QUEEN Blue-Grass A CRESCENT ROUTE. Going North trains pass Junction City as foVestibule starts 6 a. m. Vestibule Limited 3:35 p. m. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida Limited 3:aj. a. m. South N O. Vestibule 11 i3 p. m. Florida Limited t:ua. m. Local 11:53 p. m. Vestibule arrives S:4o p. m. Blue-Gra- ss i - I f f' ML 71 FRANK KILKV. Could n't Fool lllm. exactly liko granite, and in each design tho colore follow thoso in tho stono and Tho old Charleston good livers wero MsofafeJy given to boasting of their wines, and in tho samo littlo broken bits of differMYERS HOUSE --ent tints, blondiug into each other. somo of their collars wero stored with tako much trimming, tho oldest and tho best Ouo of them, A cream of tarter baking pow- This material will up with Spartan simor it can bo inndo tho well known Mr. L., said that ho Is a ten page eight column democratic newnnape r. der. Highest of all in leavening plicity, according to tho tasto or flnaiu had 70,000 worth of wino in his cellar It contains thelxit of everything going HENP. W. GREEN, Prop. Latest United States cial position of tho wearer. ThisgranirW when his houso was bumod during tho RY WATTERSON Is the alitor strength. war. Ho thonght himself nnd was cloth costs from $1.50 to $3 per yard, Government Food Report. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. according to quality, and is CO inches thought to bo the best judgo of wino in This stable, which Is run n coanectlon with the maVes Tho WEEKLY Mycts Mouse, baa been supplied with feOYAL BAKlftG POWDER CO., wide, so that eight yards will mako a tho state. very libera terms to agent., and glvss ties prefull gown with fashionablo sleoves and At a dinner party whero ho was miums for clubs Sample copies ofthe paper and A New Lot of Horses, 100 Wall Street, New York. Carriages, four page Premium a jacket or capo besides. A very stylish guest it was becretly arranged to bring address. Write to Supplement sent free 10 auy Buggies, Wagons, now suit Avas mado of it for n dressy him iuto disgrnco in tho nmttor of judgA. S. young lady at Saratoga just now. Sho ment, nnd tho host sent out to n peer's ThoCOURIER-JOURNALCnn ruumer's Supplies and Is belter than evt prepat supply the public with nud for $1 bought n bo t tio of wine and will not wear this gown until tho 10th SURGEON DENTIST. LOOIbVILLE, KY. o of September, tho onto of tho general had it placed upon tho tablo as a S RIG8 OF ALL, KIND8. The Omce over McRoberts Drug Store In the new adoption of early fall garments. This nml extraordinary. Mr. L. pro- Semi,'- Owsley Building. Personal and promptaluntlon glvento Weddlnie Weokly Interior Journal, Partus and Stanford. k&j T. was of tho darkest color Been in granite, nounced it tho best they had nml said: Ilurlala. P. W. GREEK, And The recognizo tho vintage it is 178J. with many dashes and flecks of red and "J AI IIUR.VS.Manager Proprietor green showing amid tho gray. Tho skirt Thero is nothing bettor thau this in Tt? ijy T&i Courier-Journ- al - J was gored in flvo parts, and tho back America." hung in godet plaits. Around tho entiro Tho shout of laughter that followed Will be sent one year to any address for OS 7C. skirt thero was a doublo roso plaiting of assured him that ho had been sold, and Address W.P.WALTON, S3 Sttnford, Ky dark green surah. Tho waist was snug tho hest explained that ho had just proand round, with bretollcs formed of tho cured it "round tho corner." P.V. GUEEN, Proprietor. choviot, with gathered frills of green "Send for tho mnu,"paid Mr. L., : : ; Kentucky. inoiro and a moiro belt Thero was a "nud let mo seo if this is so." sprung basquo skirt added of choviot Tiio man soon appeared, and Mr. L. I am still running this Shortest and quickest between hnd beneath this and as epaulets to said to him: Hotel and will continue to give my guests the polilist attentho largo draped gigot sleoves wcro "1 will hold you harmless if you tell tion as well as the best the market anurds. braided ecru cloth. Tho oloth was hemmo frankly whero you got thnt bottle-omed and not lined, and tho braid was pecial Attention to tho Travelwino." Only Direct Line between hunter's green. On each sido of the "Well, " answered tho grocer, "if you Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Paris, ing Public. waist on the bretelles wero flro fancy will know, I bought it of ono of your Oarlislo, Maysvlllo. Oynthinna, When you want a turnout come to ay gilt buttons set on as ornaments. The servants. " Lxchango. For a., Falmouth and uovlugrton. bretelles reached tho waist lino in the Anutomy of It IClaa. RefreshinglJBatli, Hot or Cold, back as well as in front Tho wholo Trains via Kentucky run by Central Standard Time FURS FOB NEST SEASON. Price to suit the hard times, Call or leave order It is thoughtlessly said that man kisscostumo was very rich and elegant, yet TimeTabU Jnac 14, ity. Trim or Clean Shav'e, go to at the Myers Houso OSiC A stylish Hair and fow will havo tho butterfly ruffles es woman, but it is not sa It may bo TRAIN'S tasteful and quiet No. 1. No. 3. No. y. EAST. a. m. p. to. p. m. Oook;;& Farmer's Barber Shop. Thero is a queer looking woolen stuff so popular last season. Thero will bo net clown as n priuciplo or dogma that 00 4 10 la always the woman who kisses the Leave Franklort A that is mado to represent barege. It has many long boas, somo flat and somo it ' Summit....... ........... 700 10 7 6 Co 416 -- . ARK GOING goods? round, tho round ones nlwnys of long man. On such occasions inn" nets only ' Klknorn.............7 11 3 IF VOU faint lines running across tho Swititr ..............; it (.vdiitintlvo 40 4s and therefore nono but slender vf omen fur, to givo a fluffy effect Polorinos in n rcspousivo and not in OK STANrOKD.:iCY., ' Stamping Ground.; aS soo 4 3 or ' should think of wearing it, but it makes and collarettes with very long tabs will capacity. s 10 Duvll. ,.....7j4 4 44 la now fully orgaadtd and ready for buslaus with " Jthnsca..........7 40 s to - JS 4SO To produce n kiss only two things aro THE up into stylish costumes whon rightly also bo worn. i Georgetown...!! 748 47 necessary, nud man, except by his mcro " C. S. Depot...., ......7 Henbiette Rousseau. treated. So far it has been presented 3 0J JOO Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Newton.......... presence, has nothing to do with its only in light medo and biscuit and drab 3o Surplus, . 33 .816 Ccnirrvillc. 1)1 lit 000. 5 origin. Tho first circumstauco is tho opA Dainty Satcliet. tints, with Bhadiugs of ivory or cream ...S JO Kluabetb. 33 33 SUCCESSOR to TUB LINCOLN Pans., 3 35 ...C .830 400 No womau had over yet too many portunity, nnd tho second is the desire Arrive white, and this makes it suitable for NATIONAL. DANK OK STANFORD, any kind and color of trimming. Tho sachets, and no woman of tasto but is existing, though unexpressed, in tho Now cloaing up) with th. same asset, and uedtl thick laces look well with it; so do tho ready to wolcomo a now design or a gift woman's own heart aud mind to bo TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. I No. 11 ny provisionsin. same management, of ill chatter, depositor art as a. in. p m. a. m 4 40 LouiaviiLC a Nashville R. R. richly colored plushes aud tho silks as which promises to keop her lnces sweot kissed. Lve Parle ....C....... .10 605 443 fully protected aa ai depoaltora in National When theso conditions nro present, Arr KUraboth ...io 00 61c, Banks, Iu shareholders being held Individually well as tho gimp, aud with tho faint pcrfutno which is tho to jti liaolc to the eatcot e( th. amount of their stock 6 i) thero is sure to bo somo kissing, for tho Arr Centrevllle...io 14 furs. A dress of this now material de- only ouo sho aires to use. la the line for you, as ita Air Newtown 617 .10 ji 340 therein at the par value therool, to addition to the signed for n model had a skirt quite full, 6 41 Toilet waters aud extracts aro vulgar womnn will in n dozen ways that can- ArrC. S. Depot Q3 6w amount invested in such shares. It may acta. eaccutor. administrator, trustee, c ns fully as with tho front breadth folded over tho when used in tho least excess, and many not bo defined convoy tho idea to tho Arr Georgetown II 10 J7 64s 74; an individual. 11 47 8 00 6(1 Arr oh nwm Make close connections at To those who entrusted their bulainess to us other breadths to tho sido in n looso women eschow tliom entirely, savo in man, nnd he, if ho bo not altogether n AtrUuvall. .......lo 3 6 7 810 while mnaglng the Lincoln National Dank ol 830 Z.OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI drapery, liko an overskirt All around tho bath. Bnt tho faint, olnsivo evanes- stick, will respond to her wilL There- ArrStamp'g Ground 11 co 7 oj S Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and ArrSwhzcr ij For all points. tho bottom and up the sido thero was a cent odor of flno powder is a mark of fore in all cases of truo kissing it is tho Arr Klkhorn .......... .11 io 7 so 9 jc trust they will continue to transact iueir business 05 ..it 17 7 with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenArrSunimlt..... THROUGH TICKETS SOLD straight baud of mordoro brown faille, refinement, and tho sachet is stored woman who kisses and not tho man, Arr r'rankfirt...A it j 7 at u 13 tion to same, our twenty ycara experience la BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH 1130 733 913 headed by a narrow gimp in gold color. nwoy among ovory pilo of tho, dainty who simply responds to a power and banking and as liberal accommodations as are conA connects with L. .V N, For any information enquire of sistent with sound banking. Tho lower part of tho corsago in front woman's clothing and is hidden between influence that ho cannot resist. ' That II connects with Q. AC. and, L. S. JOES. HICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky C connects with K. C. power lies iu a woman, nnd if it is not Or was of tho mordoro faille, but tho black her laces and ribbons. cihictors: W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, SUNDAY TRAINS. J. J. Williams, ML V.ruon ; TImj bowknot design shown in tho present thero will not bo any kissing. was of tho wool barogo. Thero was a City, Ky Junction Leave Franklort 9 00 a, m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. . H. Shankstanfonl; Sparo Moment?. deep bertha peleriuo collar bound with drawing is vory nttractivo and is m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; atrivn rrankloit 11 30 J. S. Owsley, Stanford; p. m. easy to make. Sole'ct either A. G. Lanbam tho sill: and bordered with gimp, and S J. Euibry, Stanford; iohn B..Castleman. i:nvcUv'. The Kentucky Midlsnd Kalwayand connecacross tho shouldors was a folded tucker cream whito or palest pink ribbon 4 shortest and cheapest J. II. Owsley, Stanford; "I havo been much moved," remark tions form the Hast, North and West. route to all points South, woro largo inches wido nud cut n strip threo-qua- r of tho silk. Tho sleoves J. K.. Cash, Stantord; ed tho party whom tho crowd had carKor further information apply to their agents. without trimming. This material William Gooch, Stanlord; C. D. HEKCAW. Gen Pass. Agent. off his foot ried GEO. II. UARPEK, Gen. Supl is firm and quite thick, but very soft A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdgevllU, K "I, too, " observed tho man who reW. It. Cumnnni, Preachcrsvlll uud light, and is but ouo of. tho woolly only a fraction of his watch tained S. H. Shanks, President, new materials shown for early fall chain, with ri jagged aperture whoro his Dr. J.'IJ. Owsley, Cashier, gowns. I saw ono or two pieces of what diamond shirt pin had been, "was deep W. M. Uright, Teller. call flocou do uoigo, but tho French AND ly touched." which wo can call snotvflnko. This is Nevertheless noither of thorn joined woven much tho samo as tho wool baNATIONAL BANK in tho hymn with which tho populnr has &CASTLEMAA rege, but hair irregular little whiteIttufts revivalist closed his meeting. Dotroit OF STANFORD, KY. 6ilky upon its surface. is a of Tribuuo. MANAGERS, littlo too soon to say that thero will .bo Capital Stook a great call for thcso snowfiako gowns, Wlmt HiOIIglit Do. , Vi x. ' Commerce Building, Louisville but I think they will bo quito popular. .. Surplus Mr. Hungry Iliggins nnd Mr. "Weary 2 Velvet will bo worn very much for SOLD TO Agents throughout the South. Wntkins woro wntching nn impromptu Attention of the public is invited to the fac ALL POINTS: Ihatthisls tho only National Hank ir Stanford entiro suits this fall for haudsomo stroot gnmo of baseball on tho commons, and Under the provisions of the National RmV a,. attire, and tho now volutiuas alsa when ouo of tho players mado n homo TRIBBLE, Local Agont, Theso aro produced iiv tho OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, W. A. depositors are secured not only by the capital richest of tho run Mr. Hungry Higgins asked his siock, nut nv tne stockholders' liability for aa STANFORD, KY. WISCONSIN, now colors, tho prunes aud browns, amount equal to the stock, ao that dHnmitnr. nt friend: this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. drabs and greens boing particularly flno yon could do thnt?" "Do you think Five aworn statements of thoconditlon of the bank MISSOURI, KANSAS, are made each yearto the United States governPortland and making beautiful suits. Jackets ters of n yard long. On each end "Oh, I nllow I could, " nnswercd Mr. San Francisco ment and Its assets are examined at stated timet snug and with flaring skirts will bo tiny blno forgotmenots, and Wntkins,' "but I'd linvo to havo a dog NEBRASKA COLORADO, hTKOv'nnient agents, ihua aecurlngaddititona mado of velvet, black and colored, and when they nro carefully pressed tio tho after me." Indianapolis Journal. and perfect safety to depositors. A This institution, originally established at the ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, lined with whito satin or whito moiro, ribbon in n bow. Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1838, then and so arranged that tho lining shows. ConxltlcrtMl na Itaw Material. ixed aa the National Dank of Stanford n iM and Mark tho length of each loop nnd cut TEXAS, again the First National Dank el The lapels aro ofton faced with theso six layers of cotton wadding of tho Tlio visitors 'at tho art exhibition Stantord in ibii, has had practically an uninterVIA Short boleros, flgaros and materials. rupted existence of 3s years. It is better supplied sizo to fit tho loops. Sprinkle them stopped in front of 2901. BVBUOin-VBUOnB-TH- I now with facilities for transacting business prompt Spanish jackets of black or dark volvot plentifully with powder and placo them "Now, thero's a canvas," said Am- ly and liberally, than ever before in Its long and SECOND CLASS will bo worn with almost every kind of within each loop; then overhand tho matt with a swoop of his arm, "that I FIRST CLASS, honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduAND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully houso dress and visiting gowns. Slcevo-les- s edges of tho ribbon neatly together that call pretty good." jackets of black moiro will also bo thero shall bo no escapo of tho porfume. "Yes," said Konuiss, looking at it The Directory ol this Bank is composed ol THE BESTROUTE TO THE vory popular, and moiro will bo quito You will discover that tho sachet is r casually nnd passing on. "It isn't half Forest iffiTouisvmt.tUwAiBAiira Chica,so1wTSk Reid, Lincoln county; ns generally u?cd for trimming and quito pretty enough to mako a gift or n ns bad as it's painted." Chicago Trib S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; combination as it was last wjutor. souvenir for a luncheon of girls. At a une. 'ULLMAN VESTIBULEO COACHES, PULLMANSAITD J. W. Uayden, Stanlord J Tho always neat and pleasing checks recent feast of tho latter sort bows of SLEEPING1 AND OINIHQ CflR! PARLOR CARS. in bluo and white, black and whito and tho kind wero used as favors and placo S.H. Ilaughmsn.l Lincoln; A Ilrasnn Far Joy. J. S . Hocker, Stauford ; SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE garnet or brown and whito aro in for a cards combined. Each ono was a differPROM LOUISVILLE Tho Visitor Tommy, nro .you glad ONLY LINE W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; voguo for tailor and homo dresses, and that school is nbout to begin? flow-ocolor, nnd YORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl M. D. Elmore, Stanford; RUNNING - DINING - CARS. many of them will bo trimmed with entembroidered oach hnd its special. thor Tommy Yes, I am. upon ono end, whilo T. P. Hill.SUnford. CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. WRITE TO Tho Visitor Why aro you glad, patterns in bulgariau stitch in suitablo bow showed tho namo of thonct. As K, L. Tanner, McKinney; Descrlplli colors. Others will havo feather stitch a menus of decoration thoy mado n great Tommy? Wrlto for Knles, siapg, M.J .Miller, ML Vernoo' B. H. BACON, D. P. A.,'.F. J REED, G.'P. A 'arnphlcis, to any Station Agent, or to Chicago. Ill iug or brier stitching as solo gamituro success, and tho girls treasuro thorn as Tommy Becauso mamma gives mo' J S. Hocker, President; Louisville, Ky, M. T. BRAOQ, ALLCN HULL, W. . BtVILL. John J. McRoberts, Cashier; nono in tno neatest posstulo manner. being serviceable besides. cookies when I say that beforo compa'l ram.f rr Aft. IMt. I'..aftr At. Trtoll.f I'm.. If A. A, McKipney, Assistant Cashier. St. Paul. ny. Chicago Record. IKMXUKE.YA. COLl SlltW, O. nuU buttons will also bo suitablo BOAaOKE,ri. uenver.J Buxce. Claiie .rawaen i KEW FALL GOWNS. Pure toRu PRICE, howovor, is a real 'blessing to women. Each can make her choico of what i most Incoming and still bo in tho swim. If I can judge by tho wraps aud cloaks now boing mado up for tho Season, wo nro going to havo tlio most graceful and elegant ones .imaginable. Tho chief beauty of them is that they nro so amplo and swooping that is, tho long clonics mid pelisses are. Tho jackots and coats to match suits aro very liko tho.o of last season, but aro bettor mnde, with moro decision of stylu nbout them. Thero will bo much embroidery in heavy silk, with flno jot beads and nuy quantity of bourdon laco on thoso for early fall, while thoso for winter will bo literally smothered in far. Furs of nil kinds will bo used as trimming to overy garment where they con possibly bo put Hats of sealskin and beaver will bo often seen ami funny looking hoods for cold days. Tho short jackots of seal will bo jauntier than over mid fit tho figuro closely nt tho waist, while tho skirt will sot out in fluted folds, Tlio wido lapols and storm collar will uu foaturcs, and lmmeuso gigot sleoves that requiro two full skins to ma):e, and that fact brings tho price of a jacket up to as high n prico ns a s length did two or threo years ago. Seal coats nro now often lined with brocado or iridescent silks, though until now they havo been lined with brown satin, according to some uuwritten law. Tho military capo will bo tho favorite for almost ovory one, longer or shorter ns tho pnrso is deep or shallow. Thoso capos all hav medium storm collars, threo-fonrth- P J Fancy : Groceries, Higgins & Watts, ....Dealers n a. Foreign and Do- All Kinds Stanford, -.- of Coal, Kv. ML JSsf r?3l mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you wantJaTirstclass meal for 25c, call on him. - RUSSELL & BROWN, rioprietoii...., VENTDOME HOTXli, Main and DtnvlItaSia., Hustoville, Ky. repainted and refurnished inellouM throughout and arc prepared to accom. modate the public In firit. class style. Our Rate are very reasonable and a good table at all timet. Special attention to traveling men. Elegant sample room attached. Also a fintclais Saloon connection with the Hotel. Call and see us. 45 Vt have recently Sho I cau't help thinking I'vo your portrait in tho newspapers " Been o. somo-wher- He Oh, no doubt. It's often been published. Sho Then lam not mistaken. "What wcro you cured of? Pick Mo Up. R ZIMMER. j THE F. RILEY II. HOUSE Kentucky. RILEY.lProprletor, Stanford, Ky. London, - - - THE WEEKLY I have moved to my new HotslT.cd aaa better Srepared than ever to accommodate the public, attached and every convenience Give ro a call. COURIER JOURNAL COURIER-JOURNA- L n O. -- s'cci-menrar- FIRST-OL.A8- f7 lH cML M CT ! $& 1 Ta Weekly Tho Myers Houso, n Ky. Midland R'y, Stanford, f Cincinnati and Frankfort first-cla- ss LIVERY STABLE. 1 1 Farmers Bank&Trnst TNTORTK WEST, 1 Double Dally Trains 1 - ly ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. gi-go- ts nsurance Company NORFOLK RAILROAD. BARBEE WESTERN FIRST TICKETS w $2po,000 ,300 1 World's Fair Record. CHICAGO ox-a- ct lUllflalllLHilllllBli J f solic-te- d. NORTH AND EAST. TIme-Tnblc- s, rjj ' iii&uvFmmiiv rtl. 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