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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894092801 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. T7 n I J- - - i n .ff - ' TJT-- i i. 1 t I Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. T WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. LONDOH,LAUREL COUNTY. -- Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. ROWLAND. Mi 9 NO. 60 r Hon. T. Watt Ilardiu will Bpeak Isaac Hamilton give James JIugbeB Tho brick kiln was fired up yester- Mr. It. D. Hill wont to Louisville hero Monday. two houses and lots in Rowland and day. Wednesday morning. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. The democrats will nominate candi- $120 for a house and lot in Darsttown. This place has a few Btrong A. P. A. Dr. and MrB. F. W. Finloy hao a for county otliccs here next Satur Flow-er- a peoplo. dates Walter Martin Bold a hog to John llttlo daughter at thoir home. 4, 1894. A 2 year-ol- d for $20, four piga to McICinney Brothchild died Wednesday Kev. Baker, who ivas assigned to this day. MIbs Carrlo Smith has recovered ers for $20, and a sow and six pigs to of throat trouble. place by ilia M. E. Conference, began his Full corps ofCinservstory nd Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Mutlc .and from an attack of. typhoid fever, but her Carroll Shanks, for $25. Robert Land Tho new Christian church at Liv- Art. Excollent boarding department. Catalogues and c!rcularam.njined on application. labors Inat Sunday. sold a sow of tho same Btock for $27.50 ingston will bo dedicated Sunday, Octo- Mr. 0. O. Karlv. ol Louisville, Btato little sister, Cecil, now has it. Iubur-anc- e 12 cases of typhoid They belong to a stock that grows very ber 7 His wife and family nave received special trainThere has been agent for the Union Central Llfo ing in and tor College A graded school Is tho question now days this week fever in and near London this summer inrnu nnu ia a cross ueiwcen me uem Co., was hero Bevcral Thecurrlculum will be an extended one ond the drill will be thorough-whitewashing, no skimand out of that number, only one has shire and Poland China. before- our citizens. It will carrywhtn doing considerable business in his line. ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. (Residence oi the late James McAlitttr.) Classes will be instructed in Higher MathematIsaac Hamilton has returned from voted upon. Miss May mo Householder, who has died. and KY. ics, Belle Lettres, Natural Science, MentalType Col. II. M. Jackson, chairman of the Louisville, whero ho bought a full stock The bank question is being agitated CRAB ORCHARD, Moral Science, Latin, German, been visiting Mrs. Will Jones, has reWriting, Book Keeping, Civics, Music, Vocal and ha9 of goods. Judge S hello a has been ill for but not with that enthusiasm which inturned to her homo In Middleaboro. Mr. democratic Congressional committee, Instrumental, Painting, Drawing, &c. The first term five Will Perkins left Wednesday morninfc called n meeting of tho different county several days. Mrs. Stewart, of Toledo, dicates success in its establishment. S. PRES., 1891, and second ofterm months will open Sept. 10, DR. will dote the first week In The prisoners at the jail here havo LoulbVillo to lay In a fall Btock of chairmen of this district to bo held hero O., has b6un visiting her sister, Mrs. B. for June. One week holiday at Christmas. Assisted by a Competent Faculty. per term in first gtade,in TERMS. Tuition Oct. 4th, for the purpose of deciding in P. Martin, and they aro both in Mt. Ver- bsen trying their hands at key making. goods. .. .?io oo A iclect ichool, ofhish grade, for the thorough eluding Latin and German Mrs. W. II. Donham died at her regard to a doinocratio nominee for Con- non to see their mother. John James They produced some fair work from beef training of young ladies. A lew young gentlemen Tuition in second grade 15 oo Music, Piano, Organ, Guitar, instruments' approved morals will alio has moved from Lebanon Junction to ribs that worked the locks, but the ofNumber limited no ldleri be admitted. home on Kept. 18, of uric blood poison- gress. so 00 furnished for practice wanted. Short hand. Painting, Drawing, Judge J. II. Combs, at Hazard, Ter Rowland. Mrs. A.Steenbergen is growing watchfulness of the jailer prevented any Dr. Stapp, the President, has ilnce his graduaing after an Illness of only a few dajs Work, tion in medicine, given his entire time and ener- Ornan-- ntalCollege,all at reasonable rates. 'board Board in was a member of tbo M. E. church ry county, was waylaid, shot aud In- worse every day. M. 0. Delany was escapes. Beef bones are no longer on tho gies to the building and management of Colleges per week, I3.50. Good She private in the South. During the pan year he filled the in Monthly families at reduced rates. and about 33 years of ago. She leaves a stantly killed Sunday. Thoasiaesln was here this week. Mr. Fred Burgess, wifo bill of fare. payments required. chair of Literature and Natural Sciences in No discount except fo. protracted illness. Doc Berry, who was shot by his Daughters College, Harrodsburg, and Mrs. Htapp husband and six children to mourn her in hiding in a patch of corn near Judge and son, of Louisville, aro the guests of Fcr further information address the President. taught during a family dispute general Music, Painting, Drawing, &c, giving loss, tho youngest a babe only two days Combs' house. Tho judgo was standing T. L. Shelton's family. Mr. Geo. Pope brother-in-laDR. JOHN S. STAPP. satisfaction to patrons and pupils. Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 Pine Hill a short timo since, died last old. in his yard in front of his own house aud family will move to Livingston this at Judge Combs week, whero they will run a boarding Tuesday of his wounds. Tho brother-iMr. E. W. Cain epont Bevcral dayB talking to some friends. law paid tho rurial expenses and the of Mr. J. C. Ever-sol- house. Tom Martin, Jr., was kicked by in Knoxvlllo last week attoudinx the was tho father-in-ladoctor's bills. The grand jury found no races. Mr.E. E. Nolaou Bpont Sunday who was Bitot and killed from am- a horse Sunday and badly bruised up. at IS'ewcomb, Tenn., visiting his parents. bush several years ago, and killing is It Is extremely Bad and yet qulto indictment against him. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent and Proprietory Col. R. M. Jackson was here from Mrs. Flora, of Campbellsvllle, Is visiting thought to have growu out of that feud. amusing to see tho turn that politics has Remedies, Nervous Tonics and Headache Cure, Mrs. J. D. Adklns. Wins Mag Ira J. Davidson, of this county, former taken in Lincoln and Garrard counties; London Sunday. L. T. Stewart was In Dr. and Craig spent last Saturday and Sunday in circuit court clerk of Perry, was standing and it only veries tho saying "Politics town from Wildie yesterday. Mr. R. E. Laurel county. 8everal of our citizens by the side of Judgo Combs and it is be- is h II." Tho evil effects of the secret Thompson has returned from Knoxville, atteuded tho Knox County Fair last week lieved here that it was the intention to ballot system is mado manifest. It opens whero ho had a string of horses. Mrs. Toilet Articles and Perfume, Soap, Tooth Lotion, Dan- and report It qulto a success. Mrs. .Slier. kill htm also, as ho left there during tho many ways for contests and serves as a Wm. Fiolds is quite ill with fever. Mr. druff Remover, Hair Vigor, o oJStanQllreturnodlaat Saturday from feud and was a friend cloak under which tho vile and unscrup- Charles Thompson, of Louisville, visited Springfield, where alio had been to visit of the latter. ulous can hide and cost thoir votes con- this place again this week. The medicine fakir was here in all John D. White has added a bright, trary to the principles, which they havo her daughter, Mrs. J. T. 0. Noe. Miss Bessie McCiuro spent Sunday with Mrs, scarlet feather to his already varigated heretofore advocated, in order to seek his glory during court, much to the sorSchool Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper, crest. An injunction has been Issued by revenge because of some supposed per- row of many confiding bouIs who filled J. L. Whitehead. School Crayon. Whitley has been singularly unfor- Judge W. W. Jones, of Adair, on John sonal Insult offered by a candidate, when the fakir's hat with silver dollars under t tunate in accidents recently. Mr. Asher, D.'s petition and tho papers havo been they would vote otherwise, under the the expectation of getting two dollars who walked over tho cliff In the dark, an served on A. II. Dyche, chairman of the old system, to avoid public criticism for for one in return. Tbo dollars left here account of which wo havo provioualy republican county committee, of Laurel, such a treacherous act. This conduct is with tho fakir and thoso who contribu given, died. Mr. Win. JackBOU was and on every republican chairman in this not confined to ono class, but is general, ted bo liberally to the fund may be wiser In order to- hauling wood a few days ago, when his district, enjoining them from holding as the result ol the polls will Indicate, to day than before. Mr. Jos. Cook, of Somerset, was away down a hill, throwing tho primary next Saturday. Ho (White) that thero are traitors everywhere. These ruulo ran outaud killing him. Mrs. Abbott, an also issues a circular publishing the or- voters should remember that they are here last week. Misses Bessie McClure elderly lady, was thrown from a spring der of injunction aud stating that he is a uot voting for the man. but for the prin- and Rifisie Williams visited friends in wagon and had her jaw and collar bones candidate for Congress at the November ciples of party which he represents. Williamsburg last week. Mr. and Mrs. Of broken, besides somu other injuries and election. The supporters of Colson here Ttifse personal differences, local strifes Sam Ward, of Livingston,' were here this a mule ran away with Mrs. John Steely, aie furious. County Olerk Scovllle al- and blind contentions should not be week. Miss Blanche Jones attended the throwing her and her little son both oil", lows me to state that ho thinks Mr. considered when principle ia involved Barbourvillo Fair. Mrs. Willis Adams ! but neither were beriously Injured. And White "ought to bo In h 11" and says It is amusing to hear them, on the differ- and family, of Garrard, aro visiting II. d that is the only way to properly oxpress ent sides of local option, say what the H. Baker. Mrs. Catchinga' music class Willie Goodin, who was killed at by the train, was a resident of this the opiniou of Colson's friends in Laurel. prohibition democrats or the whisky is increasing in numbers. It will be sold till Nov. 1st at Astonishingly Low Prices. This in Tom county. The Adams men are calm and smiling. democrats will do, when there are no Court adjourned Tuesday. cludes all styles, and the patterns are all new and desirable. The republicans are considerably Mr. Dyche has possession of tho ballots such people. It would be better to say Madree, a darkey, who was up for atBtlred iin here over the nb8 that Hon. and will not send them out, but the Col- that they have deserted their party. We tempted train wrecking, was given one John D. White has enjoined the holding son supporters insist that the election had as well talk of a sinner democrat, or year on an agreed verdict. A young felof a primary election noxt Saturday. should be hold regardless of tho injunc- a Christian democrat; of a Presbyterian low named Cash was sent up for a year This Opportunity. There had not been much Interest man!, tion. or a .Methodist democrat, or tn tact ol a for braking into a blacksmith shop, tested In tho race In this county and it is Latxk. D. G. Colson has telegraphed black white rose, since none of these taking a hoe therefrom and selling it for B.. generally believed Oolaon will carry the Edward Parker that he has consulted W. things constitute any principlo of democ- a bushel of corn. Large crowds attendcounty, although Adams has a strony 0. Bradley and the injunction is worth- racy and therefore cannot qualify, limit ed tho first days of court. The grand W. B. McKinney. following. W beard to day, (Wednes- less and to go ahead and hold the prima or restrict it. They will mix only when jury adjourned Saturday. They did not W. H. HlGGINS. Colson had had a barrel ry. The secretary, C. It. Baugh, baa been water and oil mix. Itis to be Iroped that find many indictments. day), that Mr. of whisky Bblpped here to ueo with tho notified f"Chalrman Dyche not to send these dlsaffections will die away and that Mr. W. F. Sheridan, the acoommo-datin- g floating element tho night before and If out tho ballot, bujt the Colson men will the old banner will wave triumphantly, chief dispatcher of Rowland, was This bo true, ho will looso tho votes of get out an order ot delivery. over us, in November. here Monday as witness in court. "Pap" many good citizens, who aro now supLines to Billy B. (This is poetry.) Orndorff, the owner of the famous fox porting him. This plan might work in hound, "Spot," was here this week in a Danvillk Itkms. Tho grand jury in- .Another rests in Ashland's shades, Freo from earthly strife. aome places, but it will not do in Whit- dicted Jason Blackerty and James Coscow' case. Mr. Critchlow, one of the ley, where the feeling is so strong againat by for stealing a cow from William From our vision he fades, trick dispatchers at Rowland, was hore Resting, before tho end of life. a man that will make his raco on such Burke, of Shelby City. James Shropwith some train sheets Saturday in a principles. It may bo that some of his shire, the negro section hand, who sued ',We have our plows in and can show you the stock claim case. Mr. Harris Baker and LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. started it to hurt him. enemies havo the Cincinnati Southern for 51,991) damafamily aro visiting Garrard relatives. Col. Silas Adams started for Owsley ges, got a verdict yesterday for all he Candidate Roberts, of Madieon, was Wk havo made arrangements by which asked. He had his elbow crushed while couuty Tuesday morning. here Tuesday canvassing. "He made no k In Colson's weekly circular, headed speeches. Pal Ballard accompanied we can furnish this paper and tho riding on ono of tho company's traine. all for only A the "MUldleboro rew8," bis claims are him. Robt. Martin, an old L. & N. enNow York World y frame house on tho Bishop $2.75 a year. Hero is tho opportunity to farm, property of J. C. Caldwell, burned bo extravagant that thev are simply gineer, is running an engine on the got your own local paper and Tho New this morning. Loss, $2,500. IuBuranco, ridiculous. In a lata number there are & Manchester road. W. H. In at many York World twice every woek at Brown. and F. L. Thompson are in Gar 11,200. J. B. McCreary, of N. C, bought letters headed the district all of which bear such a sim- rard looking after a farm. Judge Morlow rates. Intkikor Jolminal. For the money. Come and see them before you purchase. 21 of the best roadsters, Baddlere and comis very plain that tho graded Bchool system of homes that have left this vicinity ilarity of style that it bined row praises Tho Lexington Leader says Col. $S0 to ono person wrote them all, Somerset and eays our place can do mado during in a long time. He paid from Brecklnridgo's speechos, Monday was county court day. nothing $225. Advocato. that would redound more to the Though there was not as largo a crowd the momorablo campaign jUBt past, some interest ot our town than to establish a 50in number, are to bo published In Fountain Box Bubuit is au eccentric- as expected in attendance, yet it was an pystem of tho same kind hore. book form aud printed and bouud hi tho ally named lawyer of old Kaintuck. eventful day. Several celebrities from a highest stylo of tho arts. Two hundred Senator A. R. distance were present. Mrs. Nothnn Bolden died Tuesday Herald. o pa copies ol tho books to bo an edition ti ft ro Fontaine Fox Bobbltt, of Lincoln Dyche, ot London, with his pleasant night of ilur, after and Illness of several r. " H r."8a do luxe, aro to bo given aomo of tho co- county, is the very eccentric Kentuck-in- n smiling face, was on bauds. Mr. Tom days. She leaves besides her husband a T rcr 5 3 " y.K B S.0 CD lonel's staunchest supporter-- , as souveof tho Lexington Kentucky number of children, most of whom aro L. Walker, to whom tho Herald Si in nirs of hia historic raco. Leader, was also present. His chief ob- grown. Post. S g 2 Mrs. John Holzclaw died at her Frank James, tho onco noted desmight havo also added that ject was to write up tho meeting aud the ! The Post I a ? 5qJ8 V. perado, train robber and highwayman, Is his fame wauBpread abroad by the I.ntku- - situatiou in tho 11th Congressional dis homo near Preachersvllle Tuesday of n C ft . ft) now taking tickets at tho door of a St. iou Journal. trict.' Mr. Walker is a genial gentleman consumption, after a long illness. She a f tn E 1 K 3 "i Louis theatre. Ho says ho will nover go many friends while here. Tho was a good woman aud a devout memand made l Queen Lil will sue tho United States grand feature of the day was the speech ber of the Baptist church. Besides a on tho stage and that his ambition is to P Co o 5. C tnoko his bou a quiet, ateady, sober man. for $200,000 damages on a claim that tho of W. A. Morrow in behalf of Col. Adams husband, she leaves a little boy who will 0 O SB P. Hawaii could for CsO to tbo position which ho keenly feel the loss of a mother. After ? Son Miss Tompkins, of Kentucky, an Provisional Government in r. o 7Sar a - O intelligent young woman who has been nover have been established and herself has soaoly filled. Mr. Morrow is a young services at the houBe Wednesday by w o s - a S s United deposed had it not been for tho unwar man but a coining one, and should be Kev. W. T. B. White, her remains were H" UiZ! in acting as purchasing clerk for the o o r n c of a recognized agent of the long remembered by the peoplo of Ca- laid to rest in the family burying ground. in States supreme court, has boon appointed ranted action 5Jfs. 5 v -u c, sey county. Don't bo misled. Caeey assistant marshal of tho court, a position United States. Gen. William Ward Buffield, of DeIn Wayne county, "W. Va., Walker county will go immensely for Adams. never before hold by a woman. brothers and promtroit, has been appointed superintendHiawatha, Kas., Dr. L. R. Yates' and William Rollins, It is faintly rumored that thero are a few inent business men, quarreled. They Colson men around, but they don't ent of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Opertown, geta tho Pullman Company Ho was chief engineer of the Kentucky remake much noise. A few disaffected atives' Club plant, which will bo started came to blows, whon Walker drew a struggle William men cannot be helped. It is suspicion- - Union railroad in 18S5, and has bad an at onco. Property is already going up volver, which after a secured, and Bhot Walker fatally. He od, with good grounds, that most of the extensive experience as a civil engineer. on tbo strength of it. President Havemeyer, of the sugar Louia-,.n- ir then fled. Col. Otis S. Gage, formerly of Colson men are for him lor revenue only. Urban A. Woodbury and Zophar M, A small man staid at tbejprincipal hotel trust, has issued an order closing down bus been sued in New York for f of the refineries under who a few days ago were respec- on Monday night who had a fat valise at once $100,000 damages by George E. McNeill Mansur, . tively elected governor and lieutenant which was supposed to be loaded with control of the trust in order to prevent , on tbo charge ol alienatiug the affect-lon- a governor of Vermont, bear a unique re- Colson boodle. What a diseustlng thing over production and keep up prices. of the latter'a wife. The new Ohesapeako & Ohio double to each other in that each lost . WHAT DOES MEAN? Senator Stewart has filed affidavits semblance It is to a man with a spark of patriotism track bridge over the Big Sandy river is Glasscock bis right arm in the war. Itot. IT nril.s U supporting a motion that tho in him to be conscious tuat tnere are II mns thtt IhsQiwn sal CrcsMnl shortestIs Cincinnatishortest Gov. Altgeld appeared personally thoso who are exercising the rights of about completed. It coat $500,000, and ttrvu I'ltSnaiH to N e" Orisi out of court, so mil.. .Uort..S diyorco case be thrown five long spans and about 1,000 feet Cincinnati ta CUmtUnotf a, AlUnu. or JcksoaiUl, t lortj. concerned, on the ground of before the Illinois Stato Board of Equal- sovereigns who will sell their little souls has far as ho la of viaduct approaches. ization to accuBO the Pullman Company for gold. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS blackmail. A U. S. court judge has sent a dozen of tax dodging and to urge an increase rtas. Thronnh Crs t VlessWi sJ an rt I j'w.tn ill eflh. V I The smallest baby evor born !n the CtaeisnaU w hno.rill tunnel. Onl Iln. monln of its assessment. addiLatonia. The Fall Meeting at Lato-ni- railroad men to jail at Butte City, Mont., Direct lino UT.ia.wx1 M.xlco tU N.w drUus or great State of Missouri came as an From Lo.Uf lilt. lour, to CVlfornU. Un'l&rt. A, Miss Dora Blum, of Oincinnat, took extends from September 1st to Octo for 30 days and fined them $100 each for hlutbOTllU Tn4 Uwr.ncbur..llrwl oancUa is mJ. al Usiniwa tion to the Hodges family at Oarthage in hti smth. yy c WSEAIU0X. lth itstitaM train, of rough on rats because her ber Cth. The Queen & Crescent will interfering with the running of trains a fatal doso 1S00. It weighed bat eight ounces. sell tickets to Cincinnati each day, good during the Debs strike. I Uca'l rui'r Ajeat, Cincinnati. O. d ia said intended husband deserted her. 5 days to return, at one and MiltYouug, tho horseman, There are now none so poor as do Aluminum felloes in bicycles are ex- (aro for the round trip. Ask agents for QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. to have won$30,000 on Owens. All the Rmearson, G. P. A. poor Debs honor. The railway trainmen, were for the pected soon as an improvement on wood particulars. W. 0. gamblers and horsemen scored him in their convention. Cincinnati. in both lightness and etreugth. Scott county man. ! ' J ML YERNOH, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Stanford Female College, Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. COLLEGE HOME, J. STAPP, class-wor- k. - no Short-Han- d. ' Type-Writin- e w n e, Buy Your French-Eversol- Books At W. B. MCRoberts'. -- tu Brod-hoa- WALL PAPER YOU Reduee my Large Stock : CAN'T AFFORD TO A. MISS fr PENH'S". Druggist 4 PLOWS 3 l ?' twlco-a-wte- two-stor- Al-tam- extra-ordinar- y post-ofllc- es Best Plow on the ket. Mar- ; yrj HlGGINS & McKINNEY. '- Oiil-CHg- o sira W M refera.f-Louis-vi- llo 55 a I 1 D m O rsso e o 0 g 1 W o- - o 5. o X o " en 17 M one-hal- 109 23 90 1 V IT. a c. ShrsTt-W- all one-thir- k M - . .j.i ,v x s22SS5SIK5S59PP9IS9HMV9SP'aSVMB!BiHMMHHHHH ' fTTv3r r "TW QS"iK' WTywvwixfT-?-- ' - TTW"- - i twi'-rr-jrjlf1KTmTifwmnwm- w- -. 9"f-i,'- : ",ijyytH wni,uiipftpiymnnr-i;fy- - '""yy WW'fWW1 HjH EW?Sre,-',n'7lfc-- ; 7 4 II i 'JH ,. II. II m hi" I'. i'ls I . I ir Sincb he waB bo badly turned down in ago, and was glvon up by his bondsmen Hon. Jons' D. White passed up on Wednesday's train looking as happy as a Louisville politics, Editor Richard W. and placed behind tho prison bars, Tuesbig sunflower. "I'll give you some nowB, Knott, of tho Post, sings only that good day gave new bond and was released, if you wont be too hard on me," he said old song, "I Would not Live AlwayB," but a mob will likely do him up. STANFORD Ky Seitembek 28, 1894 Bob Fitzslmmons knocked Dan nnd in answor to a Now York oditor, who t.6 the writer, who would promise anydull times. does want to live at least two centuries, Crecdon out in two rounds at tho Olvm-- 1 thing to get an item theso Thereupon he handed us a copy of the mournfully says: "To bo coradomned to pic Club, Now Orlean?, Wednesday W. P. WALTON. order of injunction, granted by Judgo live 200 yearB would bo about tho worst night. W. W. Jones at Columbia on the 25th re- fata imaginable." Wc don't want to deluge you with advice but if you want the best MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. straining R. I). Hill and his committeo the latest and the most elegant things in Abo Patterson Post, Q. A. R., A couple married in West Virginia OR CONGRESS - JAS. B. H'CREAKY from holding or causing to be hold any of Tnn Allegany, Pa., say they wont como to whoso combined ages wero 1G0 yearn. 11th disprimary or other election in the For County Judge JAS. WALKER GIVENS trict next Saturday to nominajte a candi- Louisvillo to tho encampment and wont A lover killed hid sweetheart's "' Clerk ,.... G.n. COOPER 4 date for Congress, or from declaring or lot any one elso come, if the Confederate brother aud is killed himself at St. " Attorney........ J. B. PAXTON Mo. Sheriff. .:...T. D. NEWLAND certifying the result of such primary or monument is unveiled at that time. Tho E. D. KENNEDY of giving anybody a certificate of elec darn fools don't seem to know that tho Aueisor Ashland has a nowly married couple, .., .....G. W. DEHORD Jailer tho husband being 05 years old and tho tion. Air. Whito gave bond in tne sum war is over. wife only 11. They moved in from Illiof foOO and the case will be heard Oct. NEWSY NOTES. Senator Hill haa dono sundry things 4th, thereby making the action perpetnois recontly. Tho bride is attending i since ho said "I am a democrat" which ual so far as the present call is concernTho Chinese Emperor has bad Capt. tho Ashland school. Hats, Caps, Carpets, Mattings, Trunks, Valises. Pay the Louisville has lead us to believe that he was more ed, unless the defendants sock to dissolve Fong executed for cowardice. Rev. R. M. Campbell, of West VirStore a visit. It will pay you to come and look through whether you noted for a breach of its principles than the injunction, which they can do by Tho pooplo of the United States ate ginia, and Miss Kate Waldun, of Lancasfor their observance. His speech on tak- presenting proper proof Read the following ter, camo to this place Wednesday and arc ready to buy now or not. that it is unlaw- 1,JS6,000,000 bananas last year. ing his seat as temporary chairman of fully made, before Judgo Jones or any F. Wilson was sentenced to after procuring license drove out to Eld. Charles the 2few York convention at Saratoga other judgo of equal jurisdiction. The bo electrocuted at Auburn, N. Y. Joseph Ikdlou'a and were married by covers a multitude of sins real and imag grounds of the injunction are that Accusation is made that forest fires that gentleman. tbe inary and brings him directly into line election was not ordered in conformity were started by tho lumber kings. Clark U. Rao, one of the cleverest again. His appeal for harmony and his with the primary election law, nor the The democrats of Connecticut nomi engineers on this division of tho L & N., commendation of the administration of rules adopted by the republican party. nated Ezra Cadey, of Hartford, for gov- - was married Wednesday at Lebanon President Cleveland, which he pronounc- The crested jayhawk was in fine feather ernor. Junction to Mies Mattie, the prettv Gctad checked cotton yard wide unbleached cotton Trian economical, painstaked nnd had the air of a conquering hero. Gustavo 'Mueller, of Cincinnati, foil daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W, M, Nap-pe- 3 A unbleached yard wide Gc. Bleached cotton and 7 5, 0 ing and patriotic," aroueed the greatest He is still a candidate for Congress be down an elevator shaft and was instantof Nelson county. Dress Ginghams 5, enthusiasm and it is little wonder that fore the people in November. 8J and'ioc. Jeans, black, brown Mr. J. L. Spoonamoro, 23 and Miss cents. ly killed. the convention, over bis protest and Wire buckle suspenders 15c, a good pair of Mr. Colson has telegraphed the comcaucus in South Caro- Lenora E. Kelloy, 10 daughter of Mr. and gray, 15c per yard. against his wishes, nominated him for to pay no attention to the injunc- lina adjourned without accomplishing and Mrs. Eugeno Kelloy, were married suspenders 10c; laundered shirts for boys 20c, unlaundercd shirts for mittee governor, after Hon. "W. C. Whitney had tion and Col. W. Wednesday afterncon. Tho brido is an men, 0. Bradley, who was anything. 25c. A good working shirt 20 and 25c. Seamless socks, 10c. declined the honor. Mr. Lockwood wae here yesterday, says Billy Smith, tho well known pool attractive young lady and tho groom In a the order is worthgovernor, Gay-ne- r Shoes for children 25, 35, 50 and 75c. Ladies' shoes, 75, 90, $1, nomineted for lieutenant less and the election ought to proceed. room plunger, was adjudged insane at doubtless won a prize. for the court of appeals and so on. The chairman of Men's shoes, 75c, Si, Si. 25, up to S5. Boys' Purnbll Fisher, a colored giant, of $1.25, up to 53.50. tbe Bell county com Cincinnati. The platform endorses the democratic mittee says tbe election will bo held for sever, Bridgewcll, Del., got married last week- - boots, 75c to S2.50. A baby was hold in pawn Men's boots, Si. 25 to $$. administration, national and State, con- there and issues a inches manifesto denouncing al days in New York for the payment of Ho is six feet seven and gratulates the people on the return of White and the abuse of judicial authori- a debt of $35. tall in his stocking feet, and tips the prosperity through the repeal of the ty. Matters are very much mixed and Hop picking has generally begun in scales at 2G1 pounds. A No. 14 shoo fits republican legislation, comat this writing it is bard to toll whetbor Oregon, and the ctop is considered one his foot tightly, and ho has never been mends the tariff law as far as it goes, the election will be held or able to buy n hat that would fit his head not of the finest. with the exception of the income tax Samuel Stowell, of Dayton, O., chok properly. A finclinc for children, boys and men. Come to sec us and you wil modifications feature, and recomm-nd- s The Somerset Paragon calls on the ed himself to death with a red bandanna A very remarkahlo suit has been be grateful to us for it. A look at our great $$, $7, SS and S10 suit and readjustments in separate bills. people of Pulaski to resent at tho pools filed at Boston: Mies Mary Bartlott sues handkerchief. The National platform of 1892 is reaffirmthe imputation on their honsales will compensate for your trouble. Every thing new an carefulTho National Toothpick Association for $150,000 damages against tho estate of ed and Congress is commended for the or by a certain candidate two years ago claims an output of 52 carloads of tooth- the late Dr. Henry J. Bigelow for alleged ly selected. repeal of the Force bill and for strin- that they were on the market ready to breach of promise of marriage. Sho annually. gent legislation for the suppression of sell openly and publicly, by giving Col. picks Newfoundland is without reptiles. says she fully believes the doctor would trusts. The democrats of the Empire Adams an overwhelming majority. Mr, frog, toad nor lizard has ever have kept his promise had not death inState is in excellent trim and they will Colson thinks the purchasable eloment No snake, tervened, and sho therefore wishes to enseen there. elect their ticket by an overwhelming of the republican party in Pulaski pre- been Stockholders in the World's Fair joy some of his largo estate. majority, notwithstanding the republi- dominates and seems to think ho has a Wc will not be undersold. will get $40,000 rebate on reminting of cans have nominated FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. soft snap with thera. We are not so tho souvenir coins. Morton and his "barl." sure about that. On the contrary we do Mrs. Charles Hunt, of Salem, O., Ralph Wilkes, 2:10, is tbe fastest not believe any amount of money can strapped her instrument to her breast Charley Moorb once Raid in his Blue turn tbem from trotter by Red 'Wilkes. f Grass Blado that tbe old soldier. If they There are lots of mule colts in this the Christian church at go back on him, however, we shall ac- and jumped into a lake. ' Several buildings, including Marion county but buyers aro fow. Paris was located on the thinnest of the knowledge our mistake in the next issue, earth's crust over hell. Tho erratic edi- and beg their pardon for thinking they Head's dry goods store, we're burned at wneat crushed lor leed at oc per Now Hope. Loss $1,800. bushel. J. II. Baugbman & Co. tor laid in jail for some time for that and were not for Bale. A. URBANSKYJ& CO.Proprietoi Tho Kentucky Grand Lodge of Odd Several varieties of nico seed wheat other similar utterances against church and pastor, so we supposo he is not President Harrison and Gov. Mc- - Fellowa will meot in Paris October 11th, for sale. J. H. Baugbman A Co. T; D. RANEY, Manager. good authority on the subject. At any Kinley made speeches to a monster for its annual State meeting. John M. Hill sold to L. A. Hudson, The fisbc between Plimmer and of Boyle, a gelding for $150. rate last Sunday witnessed a little love meeting at Indianapolis Tuesday. They Dan Uolman sold to Hon. J. S. Owfeast in that place that must have made were agreed that tbe country was on tbe Murphy at New Orleans Monday night r sley, Sr., a bunch of old steers bis Batanic majesty grow redder in tbe road "to the demnition bowwows and resulted in a draw after 25 rounds. face and stir up tbe coals of sinners' souls nothing could save it but the return of The Lexington merchants haye or- at 3c. O. 0. McClure sold to Jesse Fox, of with greater zest than ever. Tho two tbe republicans to power. The admin- ganized to resist tho increase in insur. Of Zinc and CanvassJCovcrcd Round and Square Top deacons, who fought in tbe vestibule a istration is responsible for every woe ance recently decreed by the fire insur- Boyle, eight good cattle at 3 35 to 3 CO. few Sundays before over the respective and the two distinguished , calamity ance companies. merits, or, perhaps to be more precise howlers would have the fools believe Joseph Coffey bought in tho West Col. W. 0. P. Breckinridge denies and historically correct, tbe demerits of that Mr. Cleveland is to be censured tho report that he will go to New lork End of Lincoln a lot of fat heifers and Breckinridge and Owens, apologized to even for the long and depressing drouth. and practice law. He Bays ho will re- calves at 2J to 2Jc. each other, confessed their transgressions Both of the speakers want to show how main in Lexington, It. H. Bronaugh's Meteor finished before the church and falling on each they can run things and both are makTho democrats of Carroll county, 10th in the 4 furlongs at Latonia. It other's necks wept tears of joy over their ing big bids for their party's vote for Md passed resolutionsstrongly denounc- was won by Aunle M. in CO. reconciliation. The congregation forgave president. James G. Sheridan, one of tho best ing Gorman and Uibaon and advocating And Bags. Sweeney added bis them, then Pastor known starters in tho country, died at election of senators by direct vote. Tns peoplo of Union county are in arms peace hovered blessing, d Mrs. Mattie Osborn and her four his home in New York of apoplexy. over, brotherly love had free cours and to resist the collection of a railroad tax, children, of Memphis, Tenn., aro criticAll orders for feed muet bo accom for which they received no benefit, their ally ill from drinking coffee, in which panied with tho cash, if expected to be was glorified, and the goose hung high. bonds for the indebtedness beiug procur- arsenic had been placed by a discharged honored. J. II. Baugbman & Co. Wc arc receiving a full line of Echoes from tho Debs strike continue ed in the moat fraudulent way. Cant. cook. A Missouri farmer has purchased 18, to come in dispatches telling of senten- Djacuweii nas an armed posse and says A farmer at Waycroas, Ga., a fow 000 barrels to pack his crop of apples, ces imposed on the strikers At Butte he will collect the amount at any cost. days since, getting mad because his fodder and thinks that he will havo to buy City, Mont., a scoro or more of strikers, The original debt was 175,000. It is now or 3,000 more. foil, afterelacking it two or three times, who interferred with the running of about $325,000. If tbe statement of tho set it on fire and burned tho whole busiThe purses and stakes nt tho Lextrains in tho hands of II. S. courts, have case is as made, tbe people will be justi- ness up. ington trotting meeting, October G to 13, been sentenced to heavy fines and im- fiable in taking any means to prevent The residence of James Couchenour, amount to $71,000 and one raco will bo Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. prisonment and at Los Angeles, a couple the practical confiscation of their prop- of Gate City, Va., burned. Two of his WJrth close to $30,000. of the ring leaders, who attempted to in- erty. In Montgomery county, Win. Bush children met death in tho flames and his n men on the Southtimidate wife was fatally burned while trying to bought of Joshua O wings, for Goldsmith, Mrs. Jefferson Davis haa written a ern Pacific Railway during tbe strike, 41 head of splendid export cattle for Noletter for the purpose of correcting the rescue them. were given eight months in jail each and Ben Bingham, a lad of 15, and son of vember delivery, at 5 cents. statement that is going tho rounds that Can sell them at prices never brfore known. We makc'all of our fined $500, with many more cases to be A party from tho East purchased at daughter, Miss Winnie, has espoused Elijah Bingham, of Pineville, shot and tried. Hundreds of Debs' dupes are do- her ownjpipe and can fit any stove. seriously wounded a young woman nam Cynthiana 40 weanling mule colts at $20 ing time, but he has so far escaped the tbe cause of woman suffrage. She says ed Losson on Red Bird Creek. Young and $22 per head. They were all big and penitentiary, into whose doors, let us that the young lady haa nothing in com- Bingham was fooling with a pistol and fino looking. Some small ones were hope, he will too, before many days mon with tbe advocates of such a meas- discharged it accidentally, it is thought bought as low as $10. ure and that the bare report that she baa walk to remain inside for years. L. E. Wright bought 2,500 bushols of is repulsive to her. Tho correction was He is under arrest. As in most cases, nobody knew any- wheat in Hardin county at 50c per bushFindino that there was no use to con- not necessary. Everybody who knows test Mr, J. T. O'Neal decided not to of tho Daugbtor of tho Confederacy thing about tbe mobbine of Marshall el. W. H. Cooke sold to Mr. Offutt 75 make one against Judge Sterling B. Ton-e- y knows that she is too much of a lady to Boston, the negro who was strung up at 1,100 pound steers, to bo delivered Nov. for appellate judge, but bad the bad want to UBurp the prerogatives of a man. a lynching bee at Frankfort August 13. 1st. at 5c Georgetown Times. Tbe Winchester Democrat reports Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought The grand jury investigated the case, taste to make) an angry, and therefore to The Covington Commonwealth, elated but ascertained nothing on which to sales of threo car loads of hogs at 5, two Stanford. Wc also lead in silly protest, which could have no other cars of butcher cattlo at 2 to 3. W. B. effect than to increase the discord and over its success in doing Senator Goebel base an indictment. A petition was filed in to Kenton Kidd bought of various parties 325 head bitterness. Mr. O'Neal says he will sup- up, has turned its batteries on Congressport tho nominee but at the same time man Berry, and promises to retire that county circuit court by three republicans, 1,500 to 1,058 lb. cattle at 4 to 4J. The tobacco crops in tho vicinity of gives his friendalexcuaea for not doing splendid specimen of physical, if not of asking tho court to set aside the appormental, manhood. If Berry doesn't tionment of tho State into appellate Burgin aro extraordinarily fino this seaso. It is always best to take your medicine with as little grimace as possible make his calling sure, Gov. McCreary court districts by tho Legislature of 189l! son. Bijou Moore has about 10 acres that will average from 1,500 to 2,000 and Mr. O'Neal will realize sooner or and Mr. Montgomery will be tho only 3. Their ground is that the apportionCall and See a Beautiful Line. ment does not comply with the consti pounds per aero. Harrodsburg Sayings. ones left of tbe present democratic delelater what a mistake he has made. Cattle, corn and wool aro advancing gation from Kentucky to tell the tale, tutional requirements as to equality in in price, while clothing, blankets, bata The Kansas woman auflragists who and in one of the cases at least, it a proof population. have donned the bifurated garment, call- of tbe survival of tho fittest. Tho Nebraska democratic State con- and other articles of necessity are comed breeches for short, are simply followvention split on the question of fusion ing down. Farmers at least have no ex Tns Louisville Critic says that Hon. with the populist after indorsing Con- cuse for deserting the democratic party, x ing the natural bent of the effort to : : themselves. A woman at tho polls John M. Atberton spent $60,000 in bis gressman William J. Bryan for United There wero about 800 cattlo on the who Winchester market none of first quality. occupies as fully as an anomalous posi attempt to break into Congress. We States Senator. The Headquarters for tion in the political world as sho does have always regarded Mr. Atberton as a were in the minority, then organized a Good feeders, 800 to 1,100 pounds, with breeches on in the material world. man of high attainments and possessed separate convention and nominated a brought 31c. Lighter cattlo brought 2 j : oi an unusual amount oi common sense straight democratic ticket. to 3c. Good oxen sold for 3c and a fow : The democrats of tho 7th Congression- or it might be said of him, if tbe above The West Inllia hurricane is working fancy brought 3.12. Mules were in no Bed Room Suites, Folding Beds, Side Boards, Wardrobes Srrinr al district in Kansas have endorsed tbe statement is truo, a fool and his money its way along the eastern coast. Several demand, and buyers bought them at their populist nomination of Hon. Jerry Simp-eo- is soon parted. down at Jackson own price. uomocrai. ucua, iuim uiiw uuu uon c wti to see my stock of buildings were blown the sockleea statesman. We are Livery Staulb for Rent. Mr. railroad traffic is suspended. Fine ville, and Gkohok Denny has at last been given told that between two evils it is best to Tho hurricane struck Savannah and R. E. Coleman, who now has possession choose the least. It makes one ehud-de- r a nomination. He has been boning for Charleston, with the wind at a velocity of my livery stable, will vacate when to think what must be tbe alterna- such, an honor for the last decade. Tho of CO miles an bour. A heavy Bea is rented to othor parties. It is one of tho You can use your money to advantage by trading with me. In the tive in this case. republicans of the 7th have nominated and fears aro felt for the safety of largest, handsomest and best appointed first place I show the latest styles, secondly it not be well not for the fun- him for Congress and let him loose on a people living along the coast. and best located stables in tbe State, and Would community that has already suffered ny editors to cease their jokes and jibes Henry Dolaney, the seducer and has recently undergone oxtonsive repairs at Col. Breckinridge now? He is behav- too much. supposed murderer of Abbie Oliver Do- and additions. It has always enjoyed a every piece than ever quoted before. Give me a trial and sec Congressman Bellamy Storer, of the laney in Union county and who was large business. For terms and particu- - On ing in due decency and decorum; beW. W. WITHERS. sides it is cowardly to continue to kick'a First Ohio, haa been turned down and A. married to Miss Fannie Tate under de- - lars call on T. H. Hardin, of this place. that your purse is honestly dealt with. Howard Hinkle nominated in his stead. plorable circumstances about a month E. Rosser, Harrodsburg, Ky man when bo is down. Opposite St. Asaph Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal THE NEW STOCK IS HERE i v. ftf Joe-op- h, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Boots, Shoes, "clean-hande- d, r, 4c, 7, 3c, yi ., Anti-Tillm- an one-ha- lf CXOTmNGf GIVE US A CALL LOUISVILLE : STAH3TOKD, TLT.t I Vice-Preside- STORE, two-yea- 1,100-poun- d TRUNKS VALISES H. J.McROBERTS. white-winge- I 2,-0- 00 Stoves, Stovekris, Coal Hods, non-Unio- Come in and See Them, W. H. WEAKEN & CO. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. un-se- -- anti-fusioni- W. W. WITHERS, T HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &C., n, Pictures, Easles, Mouldings and Mirrors, &c. run-nin- g IMIlrT PBIOES Jktt-- LOWER, I Hotel; .. . v ., il . J" fni "' '33 AWI.v.'-iS- . ,24 My.uj&',fat ,fiA., te&&ktMtUj$Ai Jf Semi-Weekly t I ., Eld. B. F. Tnylor held a meeting at E. Schanzeniucii baa withdrawn bia notices for an application to eell liquors Doctor's Fork, Casey county, which resulted In 02 confessions and 55 addi at Otlenhelm. Wkaii a Oyarina to bo In it. Dank a, tions. Georoe W. Thomas, of Yosemlte, has Stafford, Kv., September 28, 1891 tbo jeweler eolla them. There is a man in Stanford town, German Catholics in session at . boon granted letters patent for a combin Louisville declared in of tho terrifavor Who for hustling qualities has much ronown. . . Hides. inchest market prico paid for ed pipe and nut wrench. torial independence of the Pope upon A Jeweler by trade, a Merchant by profession, C. Walton, Business Manager them in cash by M. F. Elkin. E. The Hubble Dancing Club will wind his own terms. Don't fail to see what's in his possession. Skb our heating stoves boforo you A King's Daughter's circle In San picup for tho year by giving an buy. Higgins & McKinney. His stock is full and its worth the while, MEANS BUSINESS. nic nnd dance nt Cold Spring next Sat Francisco is composed of eight Chinese women, two Japanese, two Syrians and To see his goods of the latest style. Fou Salk. Ten abates of capital stock urday. Boy your school books nml Bchool their two American teachers. o( all kinds nt A. II. Penny's. Jewelry, watches, China goods galore, Stanford Water, Light and Ice Co., guarA cold snap, with light frost in damp Uro. J.l. Willis writes: "Closed a Watoiim, clocks and jewelry repaired anteed to pay 7 per cent. Address Box places, has prevailed for soveral days. The novelties of the day are in his store. meeting of 15 days at Union City, Madand warranted. Engraving a specialty, 180, Stanford, Ky. It was warmer yesterday with prospectB ison county, with additions, 13 by exIn him you'll find oneof the few advertising cranks, K. Ponny'a. .. at A. Tiir largest stock of Drue. Medicines, perience and baptism aud 1 restored. Under tho prcsont law you can not for rain. The clever, the genial, the Jeweler Danks. Perfumery, Palnta nnd Wall Paper nt Sam Jones ia the most expensive of Western Recorder. Peacriptiona a speclal- - catch, kill, pursue or have in your posA. K. Penny's. A distinguished British writer, in a session, quail, partridges or pheasants tho lecturers connected with the Southtill Nov. IS, nnd then only till Jan. 1. ern Lyceum Bureau. Ho gets $200 a recent speech before a boys' school, said: PERSONAL POINTS. Tho penalty is 55 to $25 for each bird. night; Gen. J. B. Gordon, 150; Gen. "Thero are three things that all children ... should bo brought up on oatmeal, the so Mit. Will, Skvkuanck is in tho cities Hon. It. 0. Warren will speak at Mc- Bob Taylor, $125 and . on. . Shorter Catechism and a good stout birch buying roO(!b. Kinney, Saturday, Sept. 29th; nt Waynes-bur?- , There were only two letters yesterday rod." Man. 11. II. Dankb is visitinR her Bister Saturday, Oct. Oth, in tho Interest in the pouch that comes over from LanThe Rev. Dr. George S. Savage saye at Richmond. of tho democratic nominees. Speaking caster on tho stage, while on tho day be- that the Kentucky Bible Society, organof Corbin, is Mrs. Job Haiidin, nt o'clock. fore there wna none. Our correspondent ized iu 1S11, was tbo sixth Bible society Mrs. Sam Wortham. of tho world. The early governors of lVJ fe.WAY. JS .JU-- . iK-- Jr It is the stylo in Paris for women to there must get a move. on himself. Mn. W. N. Giuio has matriculated at . Kentucky were Its successive presidents 559 pair. Worth S3.50 to close at Si. 50. wear bocks and it will not be long till the Louiavillo coUcro of medicine. The mountaineers, who make their tho fad strikes tho gentler sex here- living digging "sang," will bo glad to for a number of years. We will continub to offer during the week 550 pairs fine custom-mad- e Mns. J. II. Higoisb and Mlra Julia "Uncle" Joe Hopper Is now a full d shoes nro also again learn that the Japuu-Chin- a about. war has run and hand turned Shoes, button or lace, at one-hal- f Higgins went over to LexitiRton Wednespiice. Styles iledged preacher, and must hereafter be much worn. the prico of that nrticlo away up. The day. known as Rev. J. II. Hopper. The last of toes, Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Round, Common Sense, G.T. I.ackky went over to Lexington All tho miners in tho Jbllico district Chinese are tho principal users and they Presbytery ordained him to preach, Narrow, Square, A, B, C, D and E. lasts. These goods are worth yesterday to visit his sister, Mrs. Wll- - who went out on astriko one week ago imagine it to bo good for every ill that though ho had been preaching for the anywhere S3 and per pair. Our price to close out Si. 50. 4 liam Fields. have returned to work. The strike was tlesh Ib heir to. lest quarter of a century. Mies Laura OAimtn has returned from caused by a dlfl'erence in screens, which Rev. J. V. Stephens, pastor of the Miss Julia Stago, president, requests a several weeks sojourn in Louisville tho operators changed. at to Bay that tho teachers of Huston-vill- e Cumberland Presbyterian church us with friends. raagiftorinl district will meet in the Bowling Green, and one of the most not- Latest Style Fall' Hats Death. Miss Orn, tho 10 year-oltheir value. One lot mens' hats at One-Hal- f Gait. P. P. Ballard, of Richmond, public school building in Ilustonville on ed divines of that denomination, haa lias been tho guest of his relative, Mrs. daughter of W. It, Gooch at McKinney, worth $2. 50, slightly damaged, our price to close, 50c. Mens' soft' dedied Monday night of that provalent nnd the first Saturday in October and that accepted a chair in the theological Joseph Coffey. partment of Cumberland University at and stiff, all shades and shapes, regular $3 and $4. hat grades, your In- virulent disease, typhoid fever. She was those who fail to attend will be comMr. C. LI. Skdam will return from pelled tu teach ono day extra for not do- Lebanon, Tenn. choice at Si. 50. Mens' crushers, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double. diana Sunday and tnako his homo here a lovely girl nnd hor parents nre over- ing so. Elders G. M. Ranis and Tbos. Saunwhelmed with Brief. . will be with you but a short while now. in tho future. .. ders have juBt closed a protracted meet- Remember we Tiir Mexican veterans enjoyed one ing in Knott county with 180 additions. Mrs. A. A. McKinney left for LouisNoTiiiNd daunted by the loss of last for yeais at Law- ville and Chicago Tueaday to lay in her year, Messrs. W. E. Kills, 0. E. Tate, of their best They are evangelists of the Christian ronceburg this week, everything being fall stock of millinery. Will Severance and W. P. "Walton, will church and a large per cent, of the conJok 0. Jonxh, of Pinoville, was the try another lecturo courso this season' done for their comfort and pleasure. Tho verts joined that body. Tbo meetings odicora for the coming year are: Presiguest for a fow hours Tuesday of his and will bo able in a few days to continued for six weeks and were atMr. JolT D. Jones. brother, tho names of the lecturers and dent, Gen W. J. Landram, of Lancaster; tended nightly by from 800 to 1,000 peoGen. E. II. Hobaon, of Mrs. It. It. HouiuaAK, who has been their dates. plo. Greensburg, nnd Capt. J. II. McBrayer-o- f visiting her father, II. 0. Ituploy, reTho Rer. B. Fay Mills, the great Lnwrencoburg; secretary, J. G. Crad, evangelist, While asleep in the second story of turned to Penicks Wednesday. who has recently accepted K. 0. E.nolkman, Jr., has returned his houno at Junction City tho other dock. The Lexington Press publishes a the pulpit in ono of the leading Presbyfrom an extended trio with Tip Bruce's night, Mr. 0. J. Thurmond, tho livery list of those who attended and their ages. terian churches in Albany, N. Y., began pacers through Ohio, Indiana and 111! man, got up and walked through a win- Craddock's is stated nt 105. a meeting in Frankfort Tuesday. A dow. Ho fell somo 20 feet and was taknols. The Harvest ended, and now what ? Discussing tho in- largo tent, in which 2,200 chairs bavo Democrat Sure. Miss Mattie Tiiomiijon was called to en up with a broken shoulder, which ia junction gotten out by John D. "White been placed, nnd a stago on which a Atoka, Tenn., Tueuday by a dispatch an. giving him great pain. All must have and all will have not protection, not free wool, but to prevent a primary in the 11th district, choir of 200 members find room is used. nouuclng the death of her sisterin-law- , some cheap raiment for the body. We are in a condition to meet all Col. W. O. Bradley Baid ho Thero will be Jhreo sermons daily. The fox hunters, of whom thero are Mrs. John Thompson. Two runaway convicts took refuge in such demands, and we shall begin from on a new leaf. We many hereabouts, wero so elated over did not think thero was anything in it, Mrs. Amanda GoooiN.and Mrs. P. E. catching n lino specimen of tho genus "but if John White succeeds in stopping a Methodist church which was having are determined to increase our business if we do it at AlKemp, of Mlddleaboro, are at Judge corn's, and so is that new baby, Philip vulpes, last Thursday night, on Hon. G. the election, a democrat is sure to go to an experience meeting. They listened A. Lackey's farm, that about SO of them Congrees from tho 11th. Of course to tne stories told uy several ol tho rePennington Goggln Kemp. CO odd hounds tried it again TuesWhite, Adams nnd Colson will run tho generated, in which they confessed of Mkwiui James W. McWhoutrh, J. O with day night. They had lots of fun, but got raco out and if a democrat cannot bo their many sins, until ono of the fellows Coulter and Ed Wilkinson, three of the elected nnder such circumstances, ho exclaimed in a whisper, to the other, 'Interior Journal's best Casey county no fox. get out o' this It's a Our stock of Fall and Winter Dress Goods, Blankets, Underwear, From tho number of road claims that ought to quit." Tho colonel was on his "Come, Jim, let's friends, were in town Wednesday. way to a mountain county to make a tough crowd, nnd no man's life is worth Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Gloves, Hosiery and everything seasonable K. 0. Bywatxrs writes from Farm- - bavo been filed with County Clerk CoopMb. speech for Dr. Phil Roborte, who is not a copper I" And out they lit ington, Wash., that finances are out of er, tbo roads in Lincoln should be In exis in good shape and price so fixed that small or large buyers are old enough, nor big enough to speak for shape there, but he must have tho In cellent condition. Tho number this year court of appeals has reversed baund to be pleased. Our Canton Flannels begin at 5c and run up to The himself. terior Journal another year and sent is 510, aggregating about $3,000, against the decision of tho Knox couuty court 20c; our ladies' Shoes begin at 75c and run to ; our men Shoes On his examining trial for tho murder 185, amounting to only nbout $1,300 last a!ouga2Wm. in the case of Marshal Bowman who was from to S50; our men's boots from Si. 25 to S3. 50. Blankets from Cook, year. The other claims are also pretty of George Pennington, Will Hale swore Si Misses Jennie IIb id nnd Jessie given 15 years for killing a man he was to about tbo eatne statement ho gavo us of Ilustonville, accompanied by Mr. Jas. heavy. Woolen Dress Goods from 8c per yard to 1. 00 to 6.00 per pair. . . trying to arrest. The higher court holds Allen, visited friends here Wednesday. Judoe French Titon, garger nt tho and which was published in our last, where nn office attempting to execute n 1.25. Come and see what we can do for you. The storm clouds are nnd ho was corroborated by Willis Ad J. B. Cook and Miss Kato Cook were Silver Creek distilleries, Scc, warrant of arrest, whether for a misde- passing away and good times are just ahead of us, so let us all strive here tho day before. has discovered a simple, hut effective ams and others, but tho Commonwealth's meanor or a folony, is met with a deadly Oait. J. It. Orkdokfi' has boon attend- ruld for proving tho proof and taxable witnesses put n different light on tho weapon in tho hands of the defendant for the good old times to return. ing court at Mt. Vernon aud opent a day gallons, which is highly commended by matter. Tom Manuel, Tom Napier and in the warrant, and believes and haa at homo after getting through. The lo- Collector 0. II. Bodes. As Miss Elvira Oyrenus Waro were on tho hill overgrounds to beliovo that tho decal freight don't look natural without Sydnor Miller would say, tho judgo is looking the tragedy aud wero attracted fendant will shoot him if ho attempts to family running in that direction. tho jolly old engineer on tho outlook. built after the order of a No. 2 lead pen- by tho make the arrest, ho bus tho right to use Thoy put the distance from Mr. Adams' J. L. Alvbrson, a brother of J. M. cil, but ho gets thoro just the eaino. his own weapon, even to the tnking of house nt which tho killing occurred at tho life of tho defendant, if necessary to .. ot this ollke, has been promoted One of our firm is- Tiir court of appeals has reversed lS"i to 200 yards and say that Hnlo slip enable him to execute the warrant. to assistant foremnn in tho government a Judge Saulloy's decision in tho Olltlbrd ped around aud according to their best miutirjc office nt Washington at his brother is getting case with reference to embezzlement, de- impression fired tho first shot. Penday, the same that NEW AIiYKUTISEHKXTS. ciding that to constitute tho offenses it is nington had been paying conrt to Mrs in this office. Hon. W. II. Miller received n lotter not necessary that the owner should con- Mattio Stamper, a gross widow, daughof from bis brother, J. II. Miller, from ltlo sign directly to the person who takes and ter of Mr. Adams, and I appropriates tho money or property. Hale, and they were jealous of the kind Janeiro dated Aug. t)th. Tho writer reports himself in lino health nnd spirits Therefore where money is intrusted to of attention ho was giving her, and AdI am in Chicago laying in one ol the finest nnd that ho would leave Kio tbo next an express company for transportation! ams had forbidden him tho place. A All this week stocks of Milllotrjr and Embroidery Material ever day for Montovidio, whence ho will eail nn agont of the company to whose hands number of Mrs. Stamper's lovo letters brought to Stanford. I thai! par cath for goods money comes while in transit is guil- to the deceased wero produced in court and sell thtm lor cash, to low ihat you will be tho for his post of duty. 1'itor. J. M. IIuuiiAHD is unusually jub- ty of embezzlement if he converts it to and show her to be a Indy of abundanco forced to buy Irom roe. An examination will conof heart aud n superabundance of affec- vince you and you ate invited to make it. ilant this week. II o has intelligence his own use. MRS. A. A McKlNNEV. tion. Sho pddreaaed him in the most JLLM ILJy Jfcl N. 0., that his son, Arfrom Winston, Ei'it Pknninton, of tbo Hubblo vi- endearing terms and quoted poetry by P. llubbard, bus been promoted to cinity, claims that a thief entered bis thur 1st senior lieutenant and adjutant of bat room n few nights since that was even tho yard, tho lollowlng lines being a A sample: talion in Davis Military School. more considerate, than the ono that took "Sweet is tho boy candithat reads these lines; Hon. Phil Kowerts, republican a few of Cook it Furmer'a razors, a menMitt Moore will arrive October Congress, was hero yesterday, tion of which appeared in our last is- Don't I wish ull that sweetness was thing that It new and nobby In the lit, with everydate for way of mines?" prosecuting his still hunt. Tho misStock will be complete next week in all lines. gontleman had (n his trunk a sue Tho Tho letters aro models of their kind guided son of Eaculapius has really made pistol, several twists of tobacco, some himself bolieve ho is going to bo elected money and other valuables. A portion nnd ought to bo published in tbo to Congress, but ho is as much mistaken of tho tobacco was taken, tho cartridges "Rendy Letter Writer." County Attorstock Pleat ney J. B. Paxton was of opinion that a ing. Mycall and examine my lowest. before 'buyThanking piices shall be the cb if he had burned his shirt. wore stolen out of tbo pistol, only woman who could writo so well might you for patt favors, respectfully. KATE UUUDKRAK, Mansger. about half of tho money was appropria be able to throw a Hood of light on tho CITY AND VIOINITY. things were loit un- tragedy and on his motion the court adted and the other What CASH will buy. Silver Brownies at Danks, tho jew- disturbed. Mr. Pennington Bays that journed Wednesday evening till yesterGRAHAM the rascal was bo clever ho will make no day that she might bo brought in to teseler. effort to catch him. Is a candidate lor Constable in the Highland and tify. Waynetburt; Magisterial Oittrict, subject to the If there is anything new under the When court was called yesterday af action of the republican party. 8 A qood crowd gathered nt Crab Orsun Danks. the jeweler has it. Call aud chard Tuesday to hoar Gov. McCrenry's ternoon, Mrs. Stamper's friends producBee. Bpeech which was brimful of sound ar ed n physician's certificate that eho web For Sale. Canopy top phaeton, al- guments and pure democratic doctrine. too ill to be present, nnd nfter speeches THE HERD OK most new. Will sell choap. Call at He first apologized for tho nbsenco of by Mr. Paxton for tho Commonwealth a mile West of McKinney and Situated hall this office. his competitors, stating that Dr. Rob- and Hon. W. II. Miller for tho accused, containing 132 acres of land in good state ol cultiJudgo Varnon held him in $1,000 bond vation Possession given by Jan. 1st, 1895. For particulars apply to The Maccnbee Lodge, In which Mr. erts, according to his own statement, to the circuit court, which he didn't ED. Af. ESTES cr JAS. W. GIVENS, R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, William Moutrny wbb insured for $2,000, could not speak, Mr. Demareo had ex- gtve, McKinney, Ky. 58 im and was returned to jail. hausted himBolf at Lancastor tho afterhas paid hlB widow that sum In full. Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. noon bofore, and Mr. Thomas, tho popuCHURCH AFFAIRS. We will give ono ticket on a $50 I list, had, ho supposed, given up tho Pigs fot tale from the best types ol Reglstere for ovory $2.60 spent Ing machino Missionary Charles W. Forman, of ghost. He then discused tho tariff bill. Stock. Breeders secured from the beat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited im until Jan. 1. '05. W. H. Wearen & told what the last Congress had done India, a native of this State, is dead. Miss Jarboe, r trimmer. Is in the cities buy Co. The Marsh legacy of f 150,000 to tho ing mv Fall and Winter Stock, and I will not make gavo his reasons for bolieving that betmy usual fall trip. Both Miss Jarboeand her purof the Ascension is practically chases will arrive next week and you are cordially Cincinnati Southern railroad ter times wero closo at hand, and wound Church invited to call. with nn eloquent nppeal to tho dem- revoked by a later will. will eell tickets to Lexington during tho tip MISS LICC1E BEAZLEY, J. T. Pharis, of Winslow, Mo., died ocrats for their undlvivded support of Stanford, Ky. great trotting meeting, October Cth to hemorrhage. was He tho entire ticket at the November elec at Lexington, of 13tb, at ono fare for tho round trip, ii- tion. His Bpeech was woll received and a Bible College student. Bishop Duncan preached tho dedicaagent for tho will have a telling effect at the proper Mb. A. G. Eastland, York, paid over to time. The governor will next address tory sermon for the beautiful new MethMutual Life of New Is KcctiYing Hii Morganfleld Sunday. Mr. J. B. Higgins, executor of T. Curtis the peoplo of Lincoln county at tbo odist church at Ice I am now ready to dellvei manufactured As a result of Sam Jones' revival at Oct. 8th. Tho following "Watts, yesterday, $2,031.05. The amount irom the Stanford Factory to customers regularly -:- -:- -:- "Watta' policy in that company day, Oct. Oth he will apeak at Hoston-vill- e Cadiz, Trigg county, prohibitionists havo every moraine at tho rate of FIFTY CENTS of Mr. HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and PER and at Kings ville on the 10th. Each petitioned for an election to vote whisky at 75c In smaller lots. was $2,500 and tho balance is a couple ol E. BREMKR, Stanford. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. 10 1 o'clock. oat. day at dividends which he did not draw. Interior Journal Tits court of claims will meet Tuesday. next 3 . Danks, The Peoples' Jeweler. m ' all-da- y oup-pli- es - v Ji The People's Jeweler, Danks. Selling Out! Selling Out! vlel-tlri- R 12 SHftTO J HATS. Side-lace- S3-5- 0 ... 800 800 )N9 d " m Bo Fo MONIES & co ts, Summer is Past, to-day A 0 o ACRIFICE. S3-50- 1 m ex-edit- lo HUGHES & TATE. i -- sister-in-la- w To The Xjadies IN THE CITY A I IDiYrTPTWP JL JL i!13Cr Trent For the Ladies. F ALIA Gr03DI i & 8 COME IN AND SEE IBSVJERAJCEl SIII SN0 in .,. Desirable Farm for Sale. BLUE-GUAS- S Duroc Red Jersey Swine ' Bew-wi- th TO THE LADIES las ICE, ICE. court-hous- e, FALL AND WINTER GOODS. w . rtj U.-- ii- 'iJJL ufe.. . Ll Semi-W eekly Interior Journr AT Published Evory Tuesday and Friday $2 FBR YKAR IT AJDVA.HC1Q -- When not o paid 32.SO will be charged.' 6 OB 8 PAGES. When necesury. I K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train (tares Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning S'WLM. Express train LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North........ ........, it 31 South. .... North...........,.,M.. ..3M ............... 9 36 am Local Freight North..... -South.. passengers. . 3 07pm Th latter trains also carry Th abov is calculated on standard time, Solar la is about so minutes Taster. " ' " ' QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. " " South........ .......... .u 37 1 S3 pm pm P Going North trains pass Junction City as fol- Vestibule starts 6 a. ra. lows: 1:10 p. m. Florida tlbuio Limited 3:35 p, x.imitea 3:13. a. m. 11 iS p. m. Florida South N O. Vestibule Limited 12:15a. m Local 11:55 p. m. Vestibule arrives Sua p. m Blue-Grass ves-LocBlue-Gra- ss stand stilL" There was a click. The man at the camera said "All right," and slid In a pancL Then ho and his partner gathered up their outfit and moved on. Four days later tho partner of tho man who had worked tho camera camo into the grdcery and displayed a dozen handsome photographs. "Wo got a good picture," said he to 'duco tho British custom in Chicago, IIo waswell patronized by a few y people, but tho others negQuoor "Ways of .Doing It In o lected his bureau and entertained thrmsclvcs in somo manner. Largo City. An eccentric gentleman goes from a tripod and ofllco to office teaching the latest PaTwo men, one carrying Ho has camera, the other carrj'infr a high risian stylo of stack of photographic plates, bound not been as successful as another enaround by a shawl strap, halted in terprising person who deals in crests It is related that a front of a grocery in Blue Island and wealthy and business avenue. naino "You get them out in front and I'll man with a good, bo ready for them," Bald the man with .something liko Ferguson was visited the camera, as ho" spread his tripod in by a dapper gentleman, who carciully paintthe gutter and took aim at tho front unwrapped n framed water-colo- r ing of a shield bearing certain heraldic aoor 01 1110 grocery. Tho oilier member of tho firm went symbols. "Well, what's that?" asked tho merinside and said to tho grocer: "We're going to tako a picture of your store. chant "The Ferguson which You'd better como out in front with your family and tho clerk. Of courso you have a right to use," was the reply. "I have truccd tho genealogy of your you'll want to be in it" "Why are you going to take a pic- family and havo proofs that you are a lineal descendant from Lord Rupert ture? I didn't order ono." "That's all right. You don't have to Ferguson, who distinguished himself Pa unyimug unless you waui 10. uct. as a friend and counselor of ,tho duke of Buckingham." everybody out in front." "That may bo true enough, but I to his The grocor yelled wife, who camo down with the two lit- don't care a continental about It My tle girls closo behind her. When sho father was a farmer in Ohio, and my heard what was to bo done she insisted grandfather used to own a flour mill in on going back to "primp," but tho man Pennsylvania. I never got any further back than that and never cared to." at the camera objected. The visitor went away much disap"llurry up; get in position," he pointed. shouted. d But tho business man His partner grouped the family In tho front door and said: "Every ono happened to mention to his wife and MAKING A. LIVING. MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. ultra-societ- hair-combin- g. coats-of-arm- s. hard-heade- d Mies Lula Benson, who has been .V desirable Coal Business, Houses, Scales, Ac, low with typhoid over, is much better. lor sale. J. n. HIGGINS, Stanford. Ky. The Casey county medical eociety met nt Miutonvllle Saturday. Dr. I. S. Wesley repotts a Bucceeeful meeting. The prohibitionist of this county have nut a full ticket in tho field for county oiliceo. J. A. Bryant, of this place, was placed on tho ticket for jailer. Rov. Virgin, of Georgetown College, Coal Business For Sale Mris Verticil M ..win; Mm Are lh best because 'hey run lighter and can do a greater variety of work than any other sewing machine. The Ladios of Lincoln County Are cordially invited to call at the tit. Asaph Hotel and eaamirie the machine, as well as tarn McMUKKAY I1K0S.V pies ofits work. Stanlord, Ky ij-t- t preached at the Baptist church Sunday. Tho congregation was hiulily pleased with him and would bo glad lo havo him R. Zimmep, -- DR. W. 13. PENNY recently Dentist. DEALER IN- - coat-of-arm- s, that we aro to have a religious debate hero in October between Revs. J. Q. Montcomery, of the Christian church, nnd Fred G rider, of thu Methodist church. Thoso two excellent preachers have dono much food throughout this county and it in a little strange that thoy would want to step aside and help the devil for a ?enBon. come npniu. It is understood vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Office South hide Main St., in office Fancy : Groceries, Higgins & Watts, ...Dealers n Foreign and Do- All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Ky. rv up-stal- ture of you." "It is a purty good picture," said tho grocer, closing one eye and surveying the photograph with admiration. "Those will be nice souvenirs to send A cream of tarter baking pow- to your friends and relatives." "I didn't order any pictures." der. Highest of all in leavening "Certainly not, and you don't have United States Latest strength. to tako them unless you want to, but I Government Food Report. should think you could find use for a dozen of them." ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., "What aro they worth?" "I'll let you have them for two dol106 Wall Street, Now York. lars and a half." "I didn't order 'cm and I don't care A. S. PRICE, much for 'em, but I'll give you two each pupil. SURGEON DENTIST. A colored woman living in a remote dollars." "That's pretty cheap, but I'll tako region of tho west side supports herOffice over McRoberts Drug Store in the new g Owsley Building. self managing a circuit it" Stanford It is thus that some street photo- Along tho street whero sho resides are graphers innko their money. They about twenty families, who have given know that every business man is flat- her tho contract to wash dishes for tered when ho sees himself in a photo- them. Sho goes from house to house graph standing in' a proprietary atti-tua- e and covers tho circuit three times a in front of his establisment. da'. Her rates are fifteen cents a This is but one of the many unusual week for a family of not more than ways of making money in a largo city. three, but the families are generous There are small and trivial demands nnd givo her something extra so that which are multiplied by a large popu-tio- hcrj incomo Is considerably moro than so that it often becomes profit- three dollars a week. Tho connoisseur who collects cigar able to furnish a supply. A profes sional cockroach exterminator would stamps and puts them into a baskot not seem to bo a public necessity, yet flourishes only in big towns. Then tho cockroach man in Chicago makes a thero Is the man who reseats chairs, good living. There are hotels, restau- the man who polishes up metal signs, rants and apartment buildiugs always the wandering plumber who repairs rates, and the ready to pay him a good price to come leaks at ..For ... with his insect powder and patent woman who is introducing preparaRefreahingliBath, Hot or Cold, blower and fill all the cracks and cor- tions for the complexion. Tho latter ners of tho building with a poison takes the "lady of the house" into tho A stylish Hair Trim or CUan Shave, go to which will kill the pestiferous llttlo .kitchen, induces her to steam her face Cook', & ..Fanner's Barber Shop. animals. In some instances he makes a over a pan of hot water and then apyearly contract and agrees to keep the plies various creams, powders and perpremises clear. fumes. When tho lady of the houso ...IF YOU ARE GOING... The professional ratter agrees for a lias been dono up in white enamel and certain sum to turn loose his ferrets is afraid to smile for fear she will break " and kill all the rats in a building. her face, the agent departs leaving the . THE. There aro several "ratters" who are house strewn with advertising matter. employed by the janitors of the big But of all tho queer ways of making down-tow- n buildings. In wholesale a living two boys on Fifth avenue s and grocery houses the had the queerest It was so queer that "ratter" Is an important man. lie it smacked of swindling. A and his ferrets clean tho premises of littlo man at the Ranrats and mice and save much property dolph street corner stopped for a moR. R. Louisvillc 4 Nashville from destruction. ment to nllow a car to pass. While he Tho soap artist makes a good living. was standing thero a boy edged up belithe line for you, as its Ho works principally in saloons and hind him and hooked to his coat tail a barber-shopmaking ornate designs card on which was printed in black Daily Double close connections at on the mirrors with a piece of white letters: Make soap. lie is a rapid workman and is LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI good on fancy letters. For a quarter SOLD. For all points. of a dollar he will convert a large SOLD. THROUGH TICKETS mirror into a gigantic picture with BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH As tho man went across tho street pale effects, and usually he will spend any information enquire of For tho money with tho house. Of late several persons saw it nnd turned to JOES. IUCE. Agent, Ky Stanford. Or these journeymen artists have begun laugh at him. The second boy was W. A. MeQUOWN, Trar. Pass. Agent, to use water colors for their mirror waiting across the streot. lie run up Junction City, Ky decorations. Tho bright colors givo a to the man and said: "Mister there's A. G. Lanhsm more startling effect and can bo a card hooked to your coat behind. Lc' Castleman. John.B. easily washed off at any time. At mo take it off." "Goodness me!" said tho little man, least two theaters employ men to decorate saloon mirrors with gay ad- "how did that get there?" "One of them tough lads put it on, vertisements. There arc threo men in Chicago who I guess." ""Confound them! Well, here boy, make a fairly good liviug by marketing ideas. That is their business. here's a dime for you." "Tanks, mister." Suppose a man opens a new restauTwo minutes latter the good little rant. Tho "idea" man goes into tho OF UVERPOOI.. place nnd eays: "Why not put out a sign boy hung in on a fat man and his partfrco ner on tho other side of the street inBARBEE &OASTLEMAJS that you'll give a dish of ice cream man. It would tercepted tho fat man and collected a to (jvery nickel. Ho had to ask for it, but he cause tnlk." MANAGERS, got it If tho restaurant man adopts tho A man would bo a brute to refuse a Commerce Building, Louisville suggestion the "idea" man will oxpect nickel to a poor boy who has done him to be paid for it. Agents throughout the South. Ho writes poetry for soaps and pat- a great service. Chicago News. it llescrve. With W. . TEIDBLE, Local Agent, ent medicines If and submits he to tho "When wo the Naval on the ship for names they like it proprietors. nro oft STANFORD, KV. his price. At the big retail stores ho practice during the summer," said my drops in and confides new and startl- friend, "wo get lots of fun out of life. IIo While on watch wo go around amongst schemes for advertising. Portland ing,, to San Francisco goes the theatrical manager, and tho sailors and get acquainted and says: "Here, wouldn't this be a good talk of matters nautical. Record. catch line?" A 'World's "Ono day, just after wo had taken Day by day ho pokes into other on board the members of the New York people's business, and is well paid for reserve, I asked ono of tho old tars VIA it, because, after all, thero is nothing how he liked our new friends. more valuable than ideas of tho right '"Don't liko 'cm at all,' ho said. kind. 'They won't talk with you nor do : The professional entertainer who anything but go around with their goes to evening parties and cheers up heads up, as if they bossed tho whole tho guests has never made a decided affair. But now with you Boston felfl)touisynu,NtwM8ArCKicACOHr((asuccess in Chicago. There aro a few lers it's different We like you first-ratof these entertainers who find somo you aren't so stuck up. employment, but the only attempt to HTLLMA1TSAND " 'I'll tell you just how it Is,' he establish a they PARLOB CABS. be employedbureau wherowas might added, confidentially. 'Them New at any tlmo a failure. Yorkers is gefltUmenf' "Harper's MagONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE In 1893 Uurr Mcintosh, tho actor, es- azine. , - DINING - CARS. tablished such a bureau and engaged RUNNING "Why," asked the hoarder at tho a large number of competent musiWRIIE TO cians, .singers and readors, who were head of tho table, "aro ham and eggs always associated together?" "That," K.H . BACON, D. P. A.,IF.J IIEED.G.'P.A to bo let out to parties and receptions remarked the very bad actor, eagerly, Chicago, 111 at so much a night Mr. Mcintosh had Louisville, Ky. "is just what I would like to kuow."--Dclroa made a success Denver. in London and as parlor entertainer Paul. Tribune. was anxious to introIt. coat-of-arm- m. Powder fflsofafely - Pure tho grocer. "That's a very good pic- fflHfep salt rhoum, gentlemen with tho invariable result sores, ulcers,chilblains, corns and all skin crup ped hands, somewhere in the dim past he has olons. It positively cures piles, or do pay requir that ad. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction found a family tr rnoocy refunded. I'rico s cents per bos. A Chicago woman is supporting herFor sale by A. R. Penny. Stanford, Ky. . self and deriving a good income by incitlten of A. M. structing housewives how to make an- Oregon, Ilailey, awife has fpr years been Eugene. troubled M his and used many remedies gel food. Sho goes from house to with chronic diarrhoea with little relict until she tried Chamtrlsin's house, and when employed as an in- Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ucraedy whjeh haa structor goes into the kitchen with curol her aound and well. Give It a trial and you It her pupil and makes a practical dem- will be surprised at the prompt relief by affords. G. Dr. S. and 50 cent bottles for sale onstration of her skill. Sometimes a Hoc5 leer, druggist, Stanford. second or third visit is necessary, as L.Kabler,a tho housewife is not considered apt While In Chicago, Mr. Charles Moines, Iowa, Dts until sho bakes a successful cake under Rrorainent a shoe merchantot He took such a se serious time of It or navigate, he the watchful cyo of tho instructor. vere cold that use could hardly talk Cough RemThis woman receives two dollars from but the prompt of hisot Chanberliwn's that others at cold so quickly edy cured him s. well-know- n lliosB Who Ann P ostkd. Will tell you that tho finest and henlthient Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. summer resorta in ine noriuwesi are located nloug tho Wisconsin Central Lines, among which are Lake Villa, Fox Headquarters for almost anything Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnnago, Waukesha, Neenab, Waupaca, Fifield. Ashland and Duluth. Tourists and you want. When you wantjafirst-clas- s plpasuro seekers figuring on their next summer's vacation should bear this in daughter that the had meal for 25c, call on him. a been offered him and they impor- mind and before selecting a route Jas. C. Pond, General Passenger him to purchase it no matter lino to of tho Wisconsin Ceutral Lines, tuned Agent what tho cost might bo. Thereforo at Milwaukee, Wis., and he will send tho Ferguson family has n you maps, time tables and guttle books and a family tree, tho two cost- containing valuablo information, which ing Mr. Ferguson no less than fifty are mailed (reo upon application. Stanford, Ky. dollars. It is said that tho same genBucxiln'sArnlca Salvo. tleman who approached him has mado The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruisess extenslvo researches for other wealthy forer sores, tetter, chaphard-headecoat-of-arcoat-of-ar- mestic Fruits, RUSSELL & IJROWN, .Pioprietots ....... VEKDOMS Main aud Danville Sis., Huitorille, Ky. We hate recently repainted and refurnished the I louse throughout and arc prepared to accoms modate the public In style. Our Kates are very reasonable and a good table at all times. Special attention to traveling men. lUermlsim-pi- e room attached s Also a saloon connection with the Hotel, Call and see us. 45 nrit-clsifirst-clas- R. ZIMMER. THE RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky. P. 11. RIliEY.jProprletor. London, - THE WEEKLY GOURIER-JOURNA- I have moved to my new llot.l'isod am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. iood Llvenr attached and evsrv coav.nieae. mi.u, uivc me a can, FRANK KILXY. H L MYERS HOUSE Is a ten rage eight column democratic newspaper It contains th belief everything going. liEN-R- Y WATTERSON is the editor. js2 LIYEKY STABLE P. W. GREEN, Prop. This stable, which Is run n connection with the a Myers House, has been supplied with PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. The WEEKLY COURIER. JOURNAL maVei very liberal terms to agtnt, and gives free pre. Sample copies olthe paptr aud mliims for clubs four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address. Write to ThoCOURIER-JOURNAL A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, 8 dish-washin- the hotel who had had colds followed his example and half a doien persons ordered it Irom the nearest drug store. They were profuse in their banks to Mr. Hahler tor telling them how to cure a bad cold so quickly. sale bv Dr.S. O. Hocker, druggist, Stanford. CO. KY. LOUbVtl.LF, The na .ruMimer's Supplies and Is better than ever prepare supply the public with FIR3T-CLAB- RICJS OF ALL, KINDS. Ft Scmij- - Weekly Interior Journal, And The n, Irving W. Larimore, physical director of . M. Courier-Journ- al C. A., Des Moines, Iowa, says he can consclcn-Hourl- y recommend Chamberlain's I'ain llaltn to Wilt be sent one year to any address ItrSS athletes, gymnasts, bicyclists, loot bail players V. P. WALTON, and the profession in general for bruWes. sprains Addre.. 5 and siliTncis of btinford, Ky and dislocations; alto for the parts be th. muieles When anDlled before one halt the it w ill effect a cure in come swollen lime usuelly required For sale by Dr, S. G. Hocker. druggist, Stan- fsrd. Wcel;ly Personal and promptatKntion givsnto Weddinii Panics aud llurlala. P.W. OREK.V, AI UURNS.Managrr Proprietor 78. The Myers House, I'.U GRELN, Proprietor. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. I am still running this Hotel asd will continue to give my guests the politest attenas well as the best the market arTurds. tion n j Ky- - non-union Tlini. vhohave used Dr. Kinc's New Dlscov and those who have net have now the opfortunlty to try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and gel a tiial battle free, bend your name to H. E. llucklen A' Co., Chicago, and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills as wit a mnv nffluide to Health and Household Instructor free. All of which is guaranteed to do vou good and cost you nothing at A. R. Penny's drugetore. . AU Froo. Midland R'y, Shortest and quickest between err know its value Cincinnati and Frankfort Only Direct Line between B O Frankfort, Gooruotown and Paris, Carlislo, MayBvillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and. Covington. pecial Attention to tho Traveling Public. When you want a first-class turnout come to my NORTH WEST, dry-good- well-dresse- d Trains s, i ArrKllrabeih ...io 10 6 10 Arr Ccntrevlllc.....io 14 Arr Newtown ........ .10 as btj - 9 31 641 At the well.known old stand ol J. II. Green, in ArrC.S. Depot 643 Arr Georgetown II 1037 11 4; 6(1 Arr Johnxm 10 st 64,7 Arr Duval! ArrStamp'g Ground 11 00 7 oj , Arr Switier tl to 711 Has just received a beautiful line of . ArrEIkhorn n 17 7 so so Arrbummlt... Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Arr Krankfbtt...A .u 11 77 33 11 30 A connects with L. A N, Call and see his stock and get his prices which A-- C. and L. S. 11 connects with Q are lower than anybodys. If you want a Dice set C connects with K. C. a whip or a duster. of harness, SUNDAY TRAINS. Hinder Twine for sale. Trains Ask for tickets via Kentucky il 800 tho World'B Fair for 15 Conts. run by Central Standard Time. Upon receipt of your addiest and 13 cents In Time Table J nne 34, 1S94. postage stamps we will mall you our Souvenir Portfolio of the World's Columbian Eaposttion. TRAINS EAST. No. t. No. 3. No. 7. Tpe regular price is joe, but as we want yov to p. in. a. m. p. m. have one we make the price nominal, iou will Leave Franklort A 1 00 4 10 7 00 or Art and a thing to be priied. It find it a work 1 10 416 ...706 Summit... 1 contains full page views ot the great buildings, ' 491 Klknorn.............7 i! i wlthdescrlpticnsof same and Is executed In the 18 " Switier 43S 40 satisfied with it alter highest style ol art. If not s 00 " Stampiog Ground7 13 4 j8 you et it we will refund the stamps and let vou Duvall..... 10 34 444 keep the book. Address II. E. Kucklenl ,V Co.. s so " lohuion .........7 40 4 50 111. Chicago, " Georgetowri.li ,..746 4 57 15 " C. S. Dep'bt..... .... .7 JJ 3 oj 300 " Newton ....- - 8 oS 5 ij 16 " Centreville..... 3 si 3 3? 11 ...... so Klirabetn 3 3 3 43 ,15 .....8 30 ...C Arrive Pans 3 400 All subject to register. ApHeady for n ply to J. M. McRoberts, Stanford. Ky. TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. No. 8 No. 11 a. w. p m. a. m 4 40 Lve Parts ,...C 03 iooo 445 3D. ...,-.....- ...7 1 LIVERY STABLE. Price to suit the hard times. at the Myers House Oftcc Call or leave order Farmers Bank&Trnst Co or stankord,;kv., Is now fully erganhed and ready for busintsi wilh ...7 UURQO JERSEY &&"'.: j3-ii- Jo Surplus, Paid up Capital of . - - $200,000. 20000. S. CAIIFEITTEE,. 747 Hustonvillo, Kentucky. 810 830 b sc o is g 800 got aj SUCCESSOR, to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL , BANK OK STANf-ORDNow closing up) with the saint, and nndsr in same management. By provisions of Its chiller, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National si Banks, its shareholders being held Individually liaolc to the catent of the amount of their stock 340 therein at the par value thereof, iu addition to the 600 amount invested In such sRares. It may act as caecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their bulslness. to us while mnsglnt; th Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our miny thanks and trust they will continue to transact tneir business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years experience it banking and as liberal accommodation at are CO, siitent with sound banking, nun fi JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. ROYAL EAGER & YEAGER, Special Hates to Commercial Men. Leave Frankfort 9 00 a. ra ; Georgetown 10 00 a. Lve Georgetown 1037; arrive c'ratikfort 11 30 p. m. connec The Kentucky Midland tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, Katt, North and Wot. For further information apply to their agents. C. D. UEKCAW. Gen Pass. Agent. GEO. H. H. RPKlt, Gen. Supt m. J.J. Williams, DIHICTOHS: Mt. Vernon; . H. Shanks, btanfotd ; J.S.Owsley, Stanford; S J. Euibry, Stanford; J. II. Owsley, Stanford; Insurance Company STANFORD, h.Y. If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See ua tor rates. In our first-class NORFOLK AND F.t Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MllicdgevilU, K W. H. Cummins, Preachersvill S. H. Shanks, President. Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Cashier, W.M. Bright, Teller. J. red-head- HARNESS SHOP You will And a good assortment of Harness, Saddles, Ac. Have your repairing dono by our man he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our Ilri-dles, WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KV. Capital Stock Surplus ,... 9200,000 2 ,300 1 BLACKSMITH SHOP. work and' satisfactory Will guaranteo prices. Tty our horse shoer. Agents for Deering Machines, the lightest dralt machine on earth. first-clas- s OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, The Southern Magazine IS NOT SATISFIED With bring "the Uest Magarlne ever published in It wishes to cover thoroughly the whole field: to visit regularly every reading family in the South.' To uothis, tta subscription price has been WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, Fair CHICAGO the South." TEXAS, FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE It Reduced to SI.50 A Year. Beginning wilh the October Number. BUT the Magaiine will continue to grow in quality and to merit the - -- m -- w m e; NORTH AND EAST. UlLtMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, AND DINING SLEEPING" Attention of the public is invited to th fac that thu li the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositor are secured not only by the capital slock, but by the stockholders' liabtlity for as amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol ihltjnultution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank ar made each yearto tho United States government and Its assets arc examined at staled tlnia by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1838, then ised as the National Bank ol Stanford in 1803 and again a the First National Dank ol Stanlord in tS8x, has had practically an uninterrupted existencoof 31 years. It Is better supplied now with Isdlitjes for trausactingbusiness prompt ly and liberally than ever before in it, ion? aad honorable career. Accounta of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully toileted. Th Directory of this Bank is composed ol ForoiUi Reid, Lincoln county; S, T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Words of Praise it Receives. "The Southern Magazine is a handsomely illustrated and well edited literary magaiine, able to compare without disfavor with the best monthly journals ol the metropolis.'' Review of Reviews. Cflflt J. W.Hayden, Stanford; SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE WRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl CHEAPEST, BE8TAND QUICKEST LINE. Tlmo-Table- i, S,H. Iiaughraan,Lmcoln; J. 8 . Hocker, Stanford ; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanuer, McKinney; M.'J .Miller, Ml, Vernon-- J it May S? Dcscrjptl? Our circulation has increased tenfold in the past Write for Rates, Maps, year, but wo are after the 100,000 mark. 'mnphlcU, to any Station Agent, or to tor aample copy to Send 10 cents M. r BRAGQ, ALLEN HULL, W. B. atVILL, THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE. SfL, III.. r.ws .r At. Tr.ttll.1 fw. if Louisville, Ky j eal lww.frr IOLIHUIS.O. B0i.NUaC.Ta. K0iMaE,Vj. S.Hockcr, President; John Jn'McRoberU, Cashier; A. A. McKionei, Assistant Cashier. ,