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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894100201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. Dancing and Whangdoodlelam. Dr. J. B. Cottrell, ono of tho brighept mlnlstcro In tbo Methodist church, now on tboBiipornumary list because of bodily nllllcllons, savb of tho nwiul eln of dnncing: "I don't ilanro nml T mlvho my chiUlrf n not to dunco out of tie for onco to tho church not because it lupin ful. Blt88 your houI, ft man may be Jnt as big a Bcoundrol in prayer meetitiR ns In tlin ball room if ho Id disposed that way, nnd for tbo llfo of mo I never could I used to dance fieo any Bin in daudnR. when I was rt youn& man and I novnr Rskeilauy forglventes for it, ond never iutend to. Tho fact is the churches nro LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1894. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. HUSTONVILLE. NO. 61 Mrs. Ford, of Paris, ia visiting her daughter, Misa Alice, at O. C. Editor Kd Smith ia hero from Mt. Mrs. Jas. Drye, of Caldwell, Kansas, Tho chestnut and ncorn crops will ' Vernon. is vlsitiug her boo, George, nt Middle-burg- . heavy thia year. be Court of claima will probably not Alex Moberly sold John Holtzclaw meet hero until the 15th. Mr. Hugh IOgan attended the rea lot of fat hopfl at 5c." Sotuo ecoundrol prized oppn O. J. Carroll county, Mo., raised $150,000 union of Mexican veterans nt Lawreuce-bur- g McLcar'n Btnble door Sunday niglit nud worth of apples thia year. last week. took his fine borne out for a ride. Tho Tho dutchmnn Ib about to leavo and Dr. L. B. Cook sold to Yeager & c animal was found loose with n halter on. Yeager a bay gelding for $112. the bell ringing and cry of "come in, Somebody ia fixing to go the pen. John Anderson bought in the East come in, win cense. DON'T. ACCEPT IMITATIONS. Tho primary waa held hero Saturday End a lot of butcher Btull'at 2c. Letters from Mose Cook state that regard Ires of tho Injunction. A majoriTHE PROCTEK & GAMBLE CO, CINTt. he is well eatiffied and progressing finely A hailBtorm greatly damaged tho toty of the republican county committee bacco crop in Jessamine county. iu the study of pharmacy. decided to send out tho poll books aa the L. M. Reid baa returned from n William Curtis sold to Isaac Herrln cuttlnR their pcoplo otrfrom ninny thlriKB secretary was in possesion of them and a bunch of 1,100 pound cattle at He. month's stay at Latonia. We don't thataro tholra by rlRbt nnd turninn had no otllcial notice of tho injunction. Directly, by Direct, 2.05J, has lower- think he got rich, however. them over to tho devil becauso thoy nro The poll waa light, tho Adama men re- ed the W, L. Bourne, the oculist nnd pacing record to 2.07. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. pleasureable. Lot ns havo a Httlo more fraining from voting. So lar na I have ia in our midst. It will be rememAlix tried to beat her record at ColconBclenco and a Httlo Independence of learned eight precincts out of 14 give umbus, but tho track was hard aud she bered that ho taught school here about 4, 1894. thoujjht nnd nctlon. I havo a profound Oolson about 25 majority. It ia evident scored at 10 years ago. 2.01. whanRdoodlolBiu, and Normal dlsRUBt for this eternal that if tho Adams men had voted ho A match race between Henry of NaAmong the men about to take to Full corps of Conservatory department. School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music aa Catalogues and circulars furnltfted on application. An. Excellent boarding thia overlaatlnR dnncine attendance to could have carried tho county by a large varre and Clifibrd will be run at Morris themselves a mate from our midst, must eomebody'd 'authority' nnd superior wis- majority. Some of the ballot boxea and Park Saturday. not be forgotten, the Garrard man. Hia His wifo and family have received special traindom. Your doxy la heterodoxy, becaiiAO poll hooka havo come in but tho secreWheat crushed for feed nt5c per ia a certainly. ing in and tor College eithit Isnot my doxy, and you uniflt bo tary, who la the proper custodian, refus- bushel. J. H. Ban gh man it Co. Thecurriculum will bo an extended ono ond the Miss Dowl-inJ. B. Cook's drill will be thorough-- no whitewashing, no er tipped, dipped or clipped or you can't es to receive them. Moi.ey and whisky (Residence of the late James McAIIiter.) no shoddy work will be allowed. Is a good one, and will put her sisSeveral varieties of nice seed wheat Classes Bet In.'; Mathematllowcd freoly. for sale. J. II. Baughman it Co. ter, Kato Malloy, to shame. Jim saya he CRAB ORCHARD, -- . - KY. ics, Hello will be instructed in Higher Mental and Lettres, Natural bdence. Moral Science, Latin, German, iuj a party will nov Type v. Cook, of Garrard, sold to is going to beat Kate In every ring next Tbo probibltlonlaU J. Writing, Hook Keeping, Ciics, Music, Vocal and John Woods, of Carter county, a toamount to a hill of beiMB, bnt prohi- bacco grower of 35 Instrumental, Painting, Dnwtng.&c. of Boyle, 15 cattle averaging year. er years' experience, Monte Fox, The first term of five mnnths will open Sept. 10, S. 1,500 pouuds at Our boys, not satisfied with the re- OR. bition lUeU la niakinR rapid Btridee. gives this advico to 40. 1804. and second term will cloie tho first week in farmers raising the MlBabwippt baa voJune. One week holiday at Christmas. All orders for feed must bo accom sult of thegarao here last Saturday, went Nearly over county In Assisted by a Competent Faculty. TERMS. Tuition per term in first giade, inweed. "In tho event that frost catches ted prohibition, including the county In any of panied with the cash, if expected to be to Junction Citv, where they were even A select school, of high grade, for the thorough cluding Latin and German ..$io oo tobacco, don't rush out nnd jour young gentlemen Tuition In second grade A 15 00 which the capital is, and now in Arkanhonored; J. II. Baughman k Co. moro badly beaten, the flcoro being 20 to traininc of youn(f ladies. alao fewadmitted. Piano, Organ. Guitar, Instruments Music, be cut it next day, but wait three or four of approved morals will furnished for practice . of tho 75 counties have gone dry sas to 00 favor of Junction City. The output of creamery butter latt 0 in Number limited no idlers wanted. Short hand. Painting, Drawing, has since his graduaDr nt Ann full nnoou. Tbu mm Beller baa days and tho earth will draw the Irost year was 16,000,000 pounds nnd the val-u- o Mrs. Susan Park, wife of tho Infe tion InStapp, the President, entire time and Oman rntal Work, all at reasonable rates. medicine, given his Board in College, per week, J3.50. Good board la Romu out better, nnd the weed will ho better Colleges to tho building and management of KOt to go nud tho rum drinker of creamery products exceeded farm John D. Park, of Cincinnati, came over than nny other way it can be handled." In the South. During the pan year he filled the in pmate families at reduced rates. Monthly payments required. Shir- chair of Literature and Natural Sciences in too. May they Bomo day bo only a Ho alao last week with her dairies $10,000,000. No discount except fo. protracted illness. siys, "you seldom 8"e one frost Daughters College, Harrodtburg, ind Mrs. Htapp Journal. College taught Music, Painting, Drawing, &c , giving memory. Interior Fi.r further information address the President. Expressive aud B. B. P , two of the ley, who will attend Christian follow another sooner than three or four DR. JOHN S. STAPP, Wo agree with lro. Walton in tbo beat 3 year-ol- d trotters of the season, nnd stay with her Bister, Mrs. Geo. Goode- - general tatitfaction to patrons and pupils. Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 days." Rev. Jnmea Lane Allen, of Danville, abovo. In fact wo havo never bad much will meet in the f5,000 stallion represenFrom tho time that Lady Suflolk first preached nt tho Presbyterian church filth in tho prohibition party going Into tative stake at Lexington. princi- beat 2:30 to harness over the Beacon power under that name, but the J. F. Holtzclaw, of tbo Preachert-vill- o Sunday morning and at tho Christian course at Hoboken, N. J., in IS 15, the ple will go into power and that Is all we suction, will poll Ida flock, farming church in the evening. He baa a clear trotting record hits beon equaled Hut wo cannot loao eight of tho world's aud eloquent languago and those who want. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent and Proprietory different trot- implements and household nnd kitchen went for their edification were well paid. or reduced .'15 times by fact that tbo prohibition party baa been furniture on Fridiy, Oct. 12. Remedies, Nervous Ionics and Headache Cure, ters. The advance has been steady and and Ib atill educating tho people on tho gradual in the The Midway flipper saya that nt the main, and shows that on CHURCH AFFAIRS. liquor traftlc, and that these Rrnnd vie sale of tho John Nutter estate CO sheep of the untiring ro the average about five seconds marks the sold at S3.S0 per head, and. SOO shocks of toriea are tbo results Dr. Thomaa Bottomley, aged 93, and of each decade. hlbltlonlsta of tho country, none of progress corn, lu hills square, nt $1,50 shock. a Methodiet preacher for 50 years, died Toilet Articles and Perfume, Soap, Tooth Lotion, Dan- A mysterious individual is engaged whom care anything for the party. What Blsseo won the Kentucky Central nt IIopkinHville. druff Remover, Hair Vigor, they want la prohibition, and thia they in a criiHado nt Cnicago against tho wo- Hallway Stnkva at Latonia Saturday. He Elde. W. E. Ellis and E. H. Beazley will have, and tho groat political leaders man In hloomera. When ho eeca her carried 122 pounds and went the mile iu began a protracted meeting at Marele-bur- g aro trembling now In their boota In con coming he leaps from his hiding place, 1:43. Pretty good for a Sunday night. o lashes her blooming calves with n School Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper, Tho Second Presbyterian church at Ten yoara ago Westmont paced a flequonco thereof. Corbln Enterprise. and disappears iu time toescapo ar- mile with running mate in 2.01 j. Rob- Danville hao engaged Misa Stella Van School Crayon. Card ofThank8. rest. now beaten that by a quarter Buskerk, to eing in tho choir every Sunert J. bas 11, M. I desire to tender my heartfelt thanks JackBon, chairman of tbo day. and tbo olllcinlH of democratic Congressional committee in of a second without the aia of a running to tliH Stauford Toot There are 130 Methodiet preachers mate. tho Supreme Tent, Knlghta of the Mac- the Kleveuth, has railed u meeting at attending the Owensboro Conference and W. A. Tribblo brought hia great cabees, for their promptness In adjusting London, for to day, to namo n candidate show tuare, Kate Malloy, home Saturday. tho supply of chickens is nearly exhaustthe death claim of $2,000 of my husband, tor Congrepa. It is more than probable She Ib iu splendid shape and her hard ed. They will leave when it ia fully ao. In order to- Wm. M. Moutrny, which was paid inBido that James I). Black, of Barbourville, Elder T. L. Martin, a Baptist miniswork at the fairs did not hurt her in the of 15 days aftor proof of death waa com- will bo nominated. ter, baptized tho converts of his meeting least. pleted. I shall always hold your noblo When the Chinese won n battle the There la a good strong demand for at Gilead, Madison county, SO men and Order in high esteem, believing It to bo a othor day the Emperor was so elated feeding cattlo of the right quality. Top 20 women without taking a rest. Fiftrue frlond of tho widow and orphan. Of that ho presented the general with a buncneraoi i,iou 10 i,'uu pounds aver teen hundred peoplo saw tho perform- uuce. RfBpoctfully, Mrs. Scsan Moctray. Empress age can be sold at about 3.00 to peacock feather holder and tho 4c AdFriday waa practically the.'iclosing republican row in gave each of tho soldiers n box of pills. vocate. The ! Mrs. Theoret, of St. Generveve, CanT.M.White has on exhibition it day of the New York Constitutional Eleventh district between White, tho Oolaon and Adama seoma likely to result ada, la a most remarkable woman, she Is B. F. Jones & Son's store some of tho Convention. Of the 400 amendments will be sold till Nov. ist at Astonishingly Low Prices. This inin a great advantage to tho district, since the mother of 17 children and is not yet finest corn we have seen. It was raised proposed only 31 have bcon eccepted. It cludes all styles, and the patterns are all new and desirable. election of a 30 years old. Three pairs of twins and on land that had been in corn for 27 On most points tho convention divided It onena tho wav to tho on political lines, mid the democratic Congress. When tho "crest two sets of triplets ia her record bo far. years with the exception of ono year. democrat to A. II. Moore, of Philadelphia, who members will issue an address to the Lou Chief, property of J. M. Garrett, ed Jayhawk of tbo mountains" goea Into politics thero ia alwaya a good chance for of Woodford county, baa been by far tho owns more great producing brood mares people, opposing especially tho appointThis Opportunity. a shindy. Times. most frequent winner in tho show ring than any breeder In this country, has ment of legislative districts. Tho children of tho late Jay Gould up to date, 20 first and threo second out bought Atalanta, dam of Alix, 2:03, and Zt. When wo think of tho tenderness, of of 32 shown. Josephine Young, dam of Joe Patchen. havo procured an order from Justice the solicitude, of tho perfection, of tbo Liwrence requiring the tax commi&eion-er- a Directum won tho big $15,000 Tho National Fox Hunttra' Associagrace, of tho charm, of the happiness, or tion will hold a meeting nnd chase n fox of New York to show why thoy raco at Boston Thursday. There W. B. McKikkev. at least of tho connotation, that woman at Olympian Springs, Nov. 19. W. 'S. wore only three starters, tho other two ehould pay tax. They claim that they W. H. HlGGINS. llfo of a man, ono ia temptbringa to the Walker, of Garrard, is ono of the Na- being Arion and Nelson, Arion getting are not residents and are not subject to a ed to speak to her only with uucovered tional committeemen. second money. Time, 2:11J, 2:10, 2:11. personal tax. hoad and bowod knee. Desnoyors. The United States grand jury at San Dog soup is regarded aa tho greatest Alix beat tho record of Nancy Hanks Fraucisco returned 40 indictments against arrangements by which of dellcaciea in Coreu nnd dog meHt sella by 10 ecvon inches. She whs going Wk havo made we can furnish thia paper nnd tho twice-- at 50 cents n pound. at tho rate of 42 feet four inches per sec-o- u the Sacramento, Ked Blull'rf, Duusmire 1. It ia estimated that thero nro 1,000,-00- 0 Had bIio gono ono foot eight incb-- o nnd Oakland strikers for conspiracy to wiok New York World nil for only bicycles, valued nt5SO.000.000, In ueo moro per second she would have obstruct the United States mails and to $2.75 n year. Hero is the opportunity to interfere with United Slates interstate Now in tho United States. mark. get your own local paper nnd Tho reached the week at gold output of Colorado for 1S04 The J. K. and M. S. Baughman's Nnboth commerce. York World twico overy ,Ve have our plows in and can show you the An iuimenso corporation with Journal. will reach 12,000,000, tho largest iu the will not likely start this year. Ho was low rates. Interior capital bas been formed to utilhistory of the State. entered iu tho big fall trots nt Lexington doar, it tramp Mrs. McSwatteru-- My ize tbo power of Kanawha Falls, V. Va. and also at other points, but has asevero came hero to day and atolo some of my Those Who akk P obtkd. Will tell case of influenza, which will in all prob- Factories, railroads and mines iu n radiyou that tho finest and healthiest ability lay him up lor tho balance of tbo us of 30 miles are to be furnished power freshly made biscuits. are McSw altera (getting his revolver) -- sum me r resorts in the northwest aud lights from it. along tho Wisconsin Central eeason. Where ia he and I'll put him out of his locatedamong which nro Lnko Villa, Fox Au attempt was mado to assassinate -- G. W. T. Deatherago sold to C. O. Lines, agony. Syracuse Poat. Judge Brentano in Chicago. Tho major Lake, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwnmigo, Van Meter, of Woodford, a black yearl Waukesha, Neenab, Waupaca, Ftfieid, Race (attentively) Now, are thero nny ABhland nnd Duluth. Tourists nnd ing gelding by Emperor Wilkes out of a is nccused of accepting bribes. Ho For the money. Come and see them before you purchase. tracks and clubs aro to be included, and of the guesta yon would particularly llko nlenmire seekers figuring on their next Hylau mare for $300. Mr. Deatberage summer's vacation should bear this iu sold tho Bame party recently n full broth tne war against gamblers therelore grows to meet? mind nnd before selecting n route d'op n er to thin colt for 250, and Mr. Van Me interesting. husShe Yes; you may Introduce my General Passenger Jna. C. Mrs. John Davis nnd stBtor, ol for it. Rtcbmoud will probably line to of tho Pond, band, If you will. You Wisconsin Ceutrnl Lines, ter has refused $1,200 Agent iu Bomo Princeton, poured find him In tho party around the punch- at Milwaukee, Wis., nnd he will 6end Register. tea they were making, mistaking ginger Frank Herdlc, who once owned you untpa, timo tables nud guide books bowl. containing valuable information, which the dam.of Robert J., 2:01, states It for whisky, and drank it. Both nro in Marriaco is a ronianco until tho book are mailed free upon application. that sho la. a small, glmpy mare, and a dying condition from the effects of it. is opened. True, tho preface ia Cant. Howgate, formerly chief of the could trot a mile in about 2:37. This . All Froo amusing, but It nover laeta loug, signal service, has been arrested and will Those who have used Dr. King's New DIscov leads an exchange to remark that many and it Ib alwaya deceptive. roincelot. cry know its value and those who have not, have of the fastest trotters and pacers nro out be tried in New York for fotgories comnow the opportunity to try It free. Call on tho adof mitted In 187S. Women and wine are get a tiiat free. Thero lain nil of ub an obstacle to per; vertised druggist andIlucklcn .V bottleChicago,Send of small, gimpy mares like the dam Co , aud name to If. E. stated as tho cause of hia down fall. of tbo your trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Tills at Robert J. geta feet happiness which ia weariness A foot of rain fell at Jacksonville in .. . : .;. 01 to Health and Household desiro of things writ a, icoDvof Guide wnicn .is guaranteed to uo In Germany, where an elaborato j' things wo poBsesa and the Instructor tree. All you good and cost you nothing at A. K. Penny's military system controls everything, ev- 48 hours. we have not. Mine, do Hieux. drugstore. r ery horse ia available for the service of A. M. Bailey, a citizen of Eugene, years been troubled IT MEAN? . WHAT bis wife Latonia. Tho Fall Meoting at Lato Soo tho World's Fair for 16 Cents. the country in tbo event of war. Every Oregon, saja diarrhoea has forused many remedies and with chronic 1st cents in Upon receipt of nia oxtendB from SeptemberCrest-ou- to Octo- postage stamps we your addicts and is bouvemr foal la registered, and can be taken away with little relict until she tried Chamberlain's Creie'nt1 Hosts Ii 11 mlUs hortjt It rmas that the Qnn ant liiiilo, tUrtcit Cln.Uui.tl Jj will mail you our will Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy, which has Ciaciana I ul I.xiurK.nt H ber 0th. Tho Queen & order of the government, Colic, her sound and well. Give it a trial and you Columbian Exposition. Portfolio of Millies slwteitl ulaustltu NewOrlnMi intuits sUrti curcu to Cincinnati each day, good The regular tho World' but as we want you to at any time by prico is joe, ur jmuvdium. Ctncimull t sell tlckot8 iria. be surprised at the prompt relief ii affords. d one and price nominal. You will at a fixed price made by a committee ap- will and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G. have one wo make the 5 days to return, at a; VCS7IBULED TRAINS agentB for find it a work of Art and a thing to be prliod. It pointed for that purposo. SOLID Hocker, druggist, Stanford. fare for the round trip. Ask contains full page views of the Krcat buildings, m particulars. W. 0. Hinearaon, G. P. A. with deicrlpticnsof same ami is eieiuted in the Uiwn all of the aW jwlnt. Thiwuh Cn U YWuW. ! Shr.r- eJames T. Bailey writes us from Spo While in Chicago, Mr. Charles L. Kahler.a highest style ol art. If not sattsfied with h after is selling at 23 prominent shoe merchant ot Des Moines, Iowa, Oincinnati. you get it we will refund the sumps aud let you kane, Wash., that wheat U Sar.irt. Aik tnu aWt tuur to Ci IfumU. F rw LmiiitUIs. had quite a serious time of it. Ho took such a seCo., cents per bushel and flour at 00 conts fchcltrTllU n Lartnwturir. direct ton.Ua l mads at lasUijwa director of V. M. keep the book. Address it, E. Huckleal A vere cold that he could hardly talk or navigate, with istUtBlc4 tiilzi to all i.i'nls Sr.rjth. Irvine W. Larlmore, physical he can conscien- Chicago, III. Cough Remvr. c. niNnAKSo.v. use C A . Pes Moines, Iowa, says per hundred. Goo. T. Hord is engaged but tho prompt of hisot Chamberlain's that others at cold ao quickly edy cured him Oen'l rut'r A5ot, Cl&ciaaVJ. O. tiously recommend Chant.. Iain's 1'ain Balui to of 10 acres of tobac- the hotel who had had colds followed hit cxataplo Bucxtln'aArnloa Salve. harvesting a crop athlete, gymnasts, mbicyclists, forloot bail players It from ,un bruises, sprains The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruiiest in of unusually fine quality that he and half a doten persons ordered protuse the nearco QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. in their for so'eness and stiffness of tores, ulcers, salt rheum, forer sores, tetter, chapest drug store. They were and dUIocattoni; alio all akla JIahler thanks to ....I.. Whon. .nDlitil Deiorein me par oc ped hands, chilblains, corns and no oar r. thinks will make 25,000 pounds. The a bad cold Mr. quickly. tor telling them how to cure 111. MlW.V.v!. positively cures piles, or the one so It rcauir rnme swollen it will eUect a cure d. It Is guaranteed to rive perfect satisfaction tobacco crop in Woodford ia all of extra For sale hyUr.S. G. Hocker, druggist, Stany required. ford. G. Hocker, drujrjrlit, 6Un tr money retuadea. rrice 15 cents per box, good quality. Suu. For tale byDr.tf. ?cr sal by A. K, Fenny, Suatord, Kr. Circuit court began hero this morn- ing. The great Joe Patchen's grand dam was a pony. 99o . PURE Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. opti-cin- n, , g, COLLEGE HOMES, J. class-wor- k. skim-inin- g, Short-Han- d. STAPP, PRES., 1 1 Type-Writin- ener-gi- es grand-daughte- r, Buy Your Books raw-hid- At W. B. MCRoberts'. -- Reduce my Large Stoek three-corner- ed WALL - PAPER YOU CAN'T A. AFFORD TO MISS FEiTINnr. Druggist. stnl-lio- n t n PLOWS. two-miuut- o extra-ordinar- y 00 Best Plow on the ket. Mar- eye-wat- er Ger-aldln- Bome-tlm- cs HlGGINS & McKINNEY, r? 17 109 23 90 well-know- n D0E5 t l&i.lUiiovj-a.AUan- 1 one-thir- m 1 i -. - . . erup-oion- s. '.--- ford. J A.- tf K y i' i iT. ' - - - - Csr7 w1 - f- n I. 5 P !' i t. ' c i if lb f a r f r George Owens shot and fatally A Voles From the Dead. wounded Finley Philips in Boyle. In a Glasgow theater, nt tbo oloso of Gen. west, candidate on the green- tho first net, tbo curtain did not drop back ticket with Ben Butler inl6S4, died tbo wholo length, but remained susOctober 2, 1894 Staktord Ky., pended half way. Strotched out on tbo at Holly Springs, Miss. In a wreck on the Chicago and North- Btngo lay a Bolitary dead man. As nil western at Woodstock, 111., Sunday five eiKlcnvors to lower tbo curtain failed, W. P. WALTON. tbo corpso nc length sot un nnd said in persons were killed and two injured. sepulchral tones, "No rest in tbo While under the influence of grave, ' nnd wont nnd dragged tbo curWc don't; want to deluge you with advice but if you want the best at Chicago for tho removal of facial tain to tho floor. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. the latest and the most elegant things in blemishes, Miss Bello White, auddeuly R COXGRESg JAS. D. 31'CREAIIY A Mystery. expired. For County Tudge JaS. WALKER GIVENS Hon. P. J. Sorg has been " .. G. n. COOPER Clerk in tbo 3d Ohio Congressional district. ' Attorney-- .. ..J. B. PAXTON He wap elected last spring to fill out ConSheriff. ...T. D. NEWLAND E. D. KENNEDY gressman Houk's term. Assessor ........G. W. DEHORD Jailer....- Jeduthan Newton nnd Mrs. Edward Snnflmrn nt VrirtvIiOi. X. V.. witrn ntninW by an express train while driving across Hill has not yet formally acceptod the nomination for governor of New tho track and instantly killed. Mats, Laps,Larpcts, Mattings,iTrunks,' Valises. Pay the Louisville York, but it ia understood that be will Congressman Wilson, of tarfl fame, Store a visit. It will pay you to come and look through whethcryou and with a reunited democracy he ought was dined by the London Chamber of to bare plain sailing to the gubernatoriarc ready to buy'now or not. Read the following Commerce, when he talked entertainal mansion. The Senator took occasion ingly of his favorito subject. in bis Bpeech before the convention to Secretary Carlisle says that compliment and indorse Mr. Cleveland's Tite republicans in tho 7th district are whisky, which was placed in bond administration and the president has making a bold bid for the support of prior to Aug. 23 and had paid no tax spokon favorably of tho nominco and Breckinridge's friends. At Denny's sug- must now pay $1.10 a gallon. the nomination. The bloody hatchet gestion no ticket for county officers will Tbe wagon material department and szzfzzxjrzzzrrzsTzm-mmcseema to be buried and the two great be nominated in .tare tie, because a ma- a portion of the broom factory of the Good checked cotton yard widc unbleached cottonfoc,' Trian Nursemaid I wonder whatever is New Yorkers are passengers on the same jority of the democratic nominees aro Eddyville prison were burned. Loss, jv unDicacncc yaru wide oc.f Readied cotton, making baby cry sol Sketch. boat again. While it is a higher honor Breckinridgo men, and other baita are $30,000; origin of fire unknown. j, 5, 6 and 7 cents. DressJ Ginghams 5, to be governor of a great State, a seat in being thrown out. It will be all love's 8 Dr. Ed Nell, of Columbia, has anand 10c. Jeans, black, brown steady to Stay. the IT. S. Senate seems to be the ambi- labor lost, however. A large majority of nounced himself a candidate for Con In ono of tho moro fashionable quar- and gray, 1 Semper yard. Wire buckle suspenders 15c, a good pair of y tion of most governors. Senator Hill the colonel's friends are as true to de gress in the Eleventh. Thin will make ters of Chicago thcro lives n jovial suspenders 10c; laundered shirts for boys 26c, unlaundcrcd shirts for Irishman who has mado n fortuno haa been twice the Chief Magistrate of mocracy as they are to him, and thero the matter more tangled than ever. The Lucania has broken tbo record as a contractor. With nil bis wealth men, 25c. A good working shirt 20 and 25c, Seamless socks, 10c. the Empire State, first by the election of will be little or any sulking in camp. Mr. Cleveland to the presidency, he be- Owens will bo elected to Congress' by three times in 60 days. She made her and bis f ashionnblo surroundings ho has Shoes for children 25, 35, 50 and 75c. Ladies' shoes, 75, 90, $1, nover forgotten tho friends of his youth ing lieutenant governor at that time, and nearly tbo full democratic vote of the last voyage from Queonstown to Now nnd likes to have tliem up to S3. 5o.fc Men's shoes, 75c, $i, 1.25, up to 55. JJoys' nbout him, espe- $12S, York in 5 days, 7 hours and 43 minutes- cially ono Casey, a boss mason who boots, second by election. Both ambitions bar- district. 75c to S2.50. Men's boots, S1.25 to $$. ing been gratified, the Senator, if elect Maj. Thomas Winston, of CovingBtill lives in tho Gooso Island district. Gov. Bcvkner has announced bis can" ed, will be in better position than ever to Casoy does not feel exactly at homo in ton, is dead, aged 6S. He served with gratify his greater ambition to be the didacy for tbe U. S. Senate and declares distinction in tbe Mexican war, and was tho big house, but out of regard for bis democratic nominee for president of the his belief that Senators ought to be elect- afterward paymaster and on tho retired old friend often spends an evening thcro with him. Tho two commonly rctiro to United States. That he will be the most ed by direct vote of tho people. Tbe list. tho contractor's den, whoro thoy governor is right on that proposition, but formidable candidate, if elected, is conLevi Schultz, of Springfield, O., left and Bmoko to their hearts' content chat A II It j nnciinc ior,ciiuurcn, uoys and. men. Lome to sec usand vou wil 1 if be regards his chances for with all due respect.to him and admiraceded, so borne several weeks ago with tho intenOn n recent occasion of this sort a tion for bis services in war and in peace, victory in November as even fair, it is tion of going on an excursion to High hoavy rain set in just as it camo timo be grateful to usfor it. A look at our great $$, $7, $S and S10 suit safe to wager that be will accept the we think be makes a mistake in enter- Bridge. He nas never been heard of for tho visitor to takoliis leave. sales will compensate for your trouble. Every thing new an carefuland ing politics again. He can well afford to since. nomination so enthusiastically "Look hero, Mike," said tho contract- ly selected. rest on bis laurels and leave it for youngunanimously thrust upon him. Tbe Kentucky Midland has been or ns thoy reached tho door, "thero's er men to represont Kentucky in tbo placed in the hands of a receiver by no need of your goin homo in this flood. I havo n shpnro room up stairs. Stay Statistics from the office of the Com- Senate. Judge Holt. Supt. George B. Harper is overnight wid mo." missioner of Internal revenue are enough The Emperor of China is getting away appointed with a Balary of $150 per "All right, Tim," replied Casoy, to open the eyes of others than the pro"Oi will. Tho ould woman won't worwith more of his officers than the Japan- month. hibitionists to the great and growing evil Tbe president, on h presentation of ry." Wc will not be undersold. of strong drink. Last year the U. S..dis-tille- ese are. He is having tbem .beheaded Tho contractor Bumnioned a servant facta by Gov. West, of Utah, haa pardon by the score for cowardice and traitor83,777,187 gallons of whisky and ed all tbe convicted Mormans, satisfied and bad Casoy shown to tho "shparo brpndy. A conservative estimato of the ous conduct, such as selling their cannon room. " Then bo returned to his don to and ammunition to the enemy and oth- that the church has abandoned poliga-mamount consumed !b 37,000,000 gallons, look over tho plans of a now block he had on hand. Tho work kept him abequal to 6,090,000,000 drinks, counting 03 er acts in keeping with the characters of John W. Tuggle, of Barbourville sorbed till nearly midnight, when ho heathens. drinks to the gallon, for which $009,000,-00- 0 the been appointed to a clerkship in the was htartled by n sharp ring nt tho doorhas were paid, $50,000,000 more than the NEWSY NOTES. pension office at Louisville. Maj. Ad bell Every ono olso had retired, and ho entire appropriations of the lost Congress, answered A. URBANSKYJ& CO.Proprictot John Sloan was killed by a bull, near ams has nearly cleaned out tbe republi- opened thotho bell in person. When ho This is a 100 drinks a year to every front door, thero stood Casoy, cans in bis office. and child in the country,and the Parkersburg, O. T; D. RANEY, Manager. ' The Board of Trade's statistics of dripping wet, with a smilo on his face. Louis Goulon, a Frenchman, wears prohibitionists, who are not supposed to "How's this, iliko?" exclaimed tho shipments of merchandise out of Louis contractor. "I thought yowas to stay drink. The beer consumption is fully as a beard eight feet long. E. T. Simms and son Charles, of ville during the month of September all night bora" astonishing. It is stated that 31,002,043 out the general report of a whole "So I am, mo boy!" replied tho Broimaking 12,785,169,200 glasses, Brighton, O., were both killed in a runa- bear barrels, some improvement in trade. ling Casey. "That's why I went homo passed down the way. costing SG17,258,-1Cand At Jackson, Dr. Rader's house occu- for mo Dipo. " Chicago Times. Gus Albert, of Cincinnati, is at tbe throats of our people, equal to 220 glasspoint of death from tbe effects of a cat pied by Abner Eversole as a drug store; Of Zinc and Canvass'Covcrcd Round and Square Top . es for every inhabitant, little and big. the dwelling and barber shop of G. B. Here then are a billion and a quarter of bite. At a bicycle sale in Chicagojrecently Harrison and tbe grocery of G. U. Pat- DURQC dollars spent for intoxicants, which men Heady lor bervice. All subject to ref str. rick were burned. Loss, $5,000. McKoberU, Stanford. Ky. put in their mouths to steal away their nine ordinaries were sold for 29 cents Tomatoes are so plentiful iround senses. No wonder the true lover of bis each. JAMEb YKACEK. THOMAS YEAGXR. The at Ample, Whitley Greenwood, Ind., that the cannery there race is alarmed over the future of tbo country and is taking every step to cur- county, will be discontinued after Octo- after filling up 12,000 cans a day has to pay farmers $300 a day to keep thorn tail tbo sway of a demon, which destroys ber 15. The census office announces that from delivering at contract prices. bouI and body and makes paupers of And Hags. stasis, Joseph Denunzio's real name was livjet, Kansas farm mortgages aggregate 573.- millions of people. "Salvatoio Rocco," which he signs to bis 000,000. Special IUtet to CommercUl Men. Gkoiioe Denny nearly always succeeds The bachelors of Lexington appro- will and says the first name was ndopted STANFOIID, E.Y. in getting bis big feet in his large mouth, priately named their society "Lodge of for convenience and business purposes. Ii you nsl livery give u a call. Nothing but He gives the bulk of his large estate made whenever he appears in spectacular for Sorrors." turnouts will leave Our stable. Sec ut We arc receiving a full line of O. O. Hines, a prominent insurance in the fruit business at Louisville to bis (or ratci . In our the benefit of tho gallery gods. His speech accepting the republican nomination for authority, charges that risks against Jewq wife and daughter. HARNESS SHOP. Congress in tho 7th district was such a are unsafe. You will find a good auortment of Harnett, A MoOcrn llnbylon. Saddles, Ac. Havo your repairing done by conglomeration of misstatements and so Suit has been filed by a negro of In. Tho man with tamnrack whiskers was our man he understands his buuneu. We have a great an exhibition of ignorance that the dianapolis to compel the public school to mechanic in our standing on tho street in front of tbo Courier Journal is led to suggest that in- receive his child. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Brush street station nbout half an hour stead of seeking to go to Congress he John AHiaon, of Allenville, O., died beforo train timo in tho afternoon, and Will guarantee work and satisfactory Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. should direct his steps to a good com- from the effects of a needle be swallowas a policeman passed bo otoppod him prices. Tiv our horse shoer. (or Ueenng Machines, the lightest draft Atcnts mon school. But good advice is lost on ed several months ago. for a brief conversation. machine on earth. Mr. Denny. In his estimation, what be There were 235 failures throughout "Sense me, parduer," ho said, "but doesn't know isn't worth knowing. Vain tbe United States during the past seven ain't you a resident of this hero town?" "Yes," smiled tho officer, "I was as a peacock and filled with days, against 334 last year. Can sell them at prices never brforc known, We makcjall born here." , of our he imagines that to roar like a bull The Patent office at Washington IS NOT SATISFIED a consnrned fino placo, ain'tit?" own pipe and can fit any stove. "It's is tbe highest mark of an orator and that cleared $129,560 during tho fiscal year, in "Nothing finer," agreed tho officer, With bWug "tho Ilest Magazina ever published in therefore in comparison with Demosthewhich 24,204 patents were granted. the South." It wishes to cover thoroughly the with tho proper degrao of local pride. whole field: nes, tbe ancient orator is not in it. John S. Johnson now has tbe world's "Don't think I'd liko to live hero, In the South.to visit regularly every reading family though, fer a steady diet" To tiothis, us subscription prico has been The democratic party deserves the mile record on a bicycle. With a flying "Why not?" Reduced gratitude of the entire country for Ihe start he went the distance in 1:50. "Too much temptation and dissipaLaurel county will vote on a prop- tion nnd thorn sort of things." SI.50 reform it has made in the pension deA Year. partment. Tbe total disbursements for osition to issue $8,500 in bonds for tbe any moro 60 than any othor "Not Beglnnlog with the October Number. I1UT the largo city not as much." tbe last fiscal year was $137,636,081, a purpose of building a jail, Nov. 7th. Magazine will continue to grow in quality and to ablo to jodgo of tho merit the "Well, I ain't clear saving of $25,000,000. Tbe party of John L. Sullivan says that the reaParlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to I'vo been the people believes in pensioning every son Corbett will not meet Fitzsimmona others, but I know Words of Praise it Receives. hero a wholo day, and I'vo drinked 10 Stanford. Wc also lead in , worthy veteran who needs it, but it is is that the champion is afraid of defeat. glasses of sody water, ot Boven banan-era- , "The Southern M.igaiine Is a handsomely Illuseternally opposed to turning tbe country The daughter of Rev. Sam Jones, tbe a bag of peanuts and a sauccrful trated and well edited literary magazine, able to over, treasury and all, to tbe camp fol- evangelist, who made a sensational mar- of ico cream flxin's, and I'vo rid up 25 compare without disfavor with the best monthly ol the metropolis.'' Itevlow of Reviews, lowers and coffee coolers. Further re- riage two years ago, has sued for divorce. cents' worth of street car tickota. Ef iournals Our circulation has form is needed and tbe good work will that ain't boadin to'rd dissipatin, pard-ne- year, but we are after Increased tenfold in the past While attending the fair at the 100,000 mark. I'd liko to know what yon call dis.be kept up till every trifling fellow too ton, Ind., Mrs. Peter Kiser wasHuntingSend 10 cents tor sample copy to robbed sipatin in a town of this6iza" DeTHE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE. lazy to work and who is living on the of her pocket-boo- k containing over Louisville, Ky troit Freo Presa bounty of the government be did 'not Call and See a Beautiful Line. serve in war and is a parasite on in Htuj Enough. Nearly 70,000 tons of cork are need: EXCURSIONS peace, is mado to earn his living by the "Tho great troutylo with you, John, ed for tbo bottled beer and medical wa. sweat of bis brow. is," said a lady to her husband, who ters consumed annually in tbe British was suffering from tho effect of tho .At., On all sides are evidences of returning Isle. say 'No.' night beforo, "you cannot VERY In attempting to cross a ferry in tho Learn to say 'No, ' John, and yon will City merchants say their prosperity. : : Via.... dark, tbe wife and fiye children of, Louis havo fewer headaches. Can you lot mo trade is larger than for years, goods are lower, money is more plentiful and Bigns Sharf were drowned near Minneapolis. havo a littlo monoy this morning?" Headquarters for "No," said John, with apparent caso. accumulate that tbe calamity bowler Minn. Pictnro Magazine. Representative Springer, of Illinois, will soon be out of a job. With the reTo all points in the : : Stevenson Directions. turn of better times, those who have thinks that and West. Bed Room Suites, Folding Tourist Can you toll mo if thero is North, Northwest been short sighted enuugh to charge tbe will be tbe next democratic nomineo for Beds, Side Boards, Wardrobes. Spring any danger and difficulty in crossing financial stringency to tbe democratic president. Beds, Parlor Suites and Couches. Don't fail to sec my J. P. Cassiday, a promising young that peak? September 25th and Oct. Qth tickets will be administration, instead of to tho vicious stock of Shepherd Oh, no I Just follow those sola 10 points in Minnesota, north Dakota, South legislation of tho republicans, will come lawyer at Mt. Sterling, has been adjudgDakota. Montana. Wyoming, Iowa. Nebraska, piles of stones you soo" np there. Thoy to their Benses, and tbe tidal wave which ed insane from the uso of morphine and mark tho places where tourists havo Idaho, Kansas, Manitoba, Colotado, Missouri and Utah. October 17th and November 14th to points in threatened to sweep us rom tbe earth other drugs. fallen down. Fliegondo Blatter. You can use your money to advantage by trading with me. Michigan. Tho storm on the Atlantic coast was will be averted. In the Tickets good teturslng twenty days from date Reassuring. vory severe at Old Point. The breakwafirst place I show the latest styles, secondly of sale. , Direct connection In Central Union Station, Mr. Roby I nm afraid, love, you Cincinnati, Tub men with peculiar patronymics ter, walk and a part of the wharf wero with all through will find mo ratiicr exacting nt times, peake & Ohio K'y, Queen & trains ot the ChesaCol. carried away. Cretcent Route and are forging to the front all tbo time, Louisville & Nashville Railway. Joose is tbe name of a republican nomiDr. O. B. Beck was indicted for mur- und I am afraid, too, that I am a littlo Soli 1 trains to St. Louis and Chicago, inclined to find fault without cause. Ask nearest ticket agent tor tickets and full in- On every piece than ever quoted before. Give me a trial and see nee for Congress in Maryland, while Mr. der at Columbus, Ind., for killing bis Mrs. Roby Oh, don't worry, dear. formation. that your purse is honestly dealt with. E. O. McCORMACK, Pass.Tnffic Mgr , Pallybutt is a leading populist in tbe sweetheart. He mistook her for an I'll boo that you always havo cause.- W. W. WITHERS. B. 0. MARTIN, Gen. PasV and Ticket Agt, I eaves dropper. same State. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal What the Democratic Uongress Did. - It repealed the McKlnley Law. It greatly reduced Taxation. It made living cheaper. It made all money taxable. It taxed surplus incomes. It restored freedom of elections. It reduced public expenditures. It declared undying hostility to trusts and monopolies organized for the oppression of the people. Considering that tbo democrats camo into power at a time of panic, when bus iness was at a stand Btill, when labor was unemployed and when tho treasury was empty, this is a most remarkable record and fully warrants Speaker Crfop in sayiug, that while they have not uone all they bad hoped to do, the democrats had dono moro in the last year to redress tho wrongs of the people and moro for their relief than ever was dono by any partytin ihe same length of time in 'any country under the sun. THE NEW STOCK IS HERE I coa-cal- ne Tit-Bit- s. Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Boots, Shoes, ryginwxaarTC'ag!tf.ra Si m 4c, 7, yit old-clr- - CaLOTBXNTG ... GIVE US A CALL LOUISVILLE : STANFORD, K3T., I d y. STORE, pig-tail- man-woma- n JERSEY iX&X. jS-i- post-offi- ce VEAGER & YEAGER, m m mwi TRUNKS VALISES H. J.McROBERTS. firit-cla- ia Ilri-dle- s, Stoves, SMoards, Coal Hods, first-clas- s n, The Southern Magazine Come in and See Them, W. H. WEAREN & CO. to LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. Do-e-tro- r, $1,-00- 0. Queensware, Glassware, &c. FAERIS & HARDIN. Harvest LOW RATES, Big1 Four Route, W. W. WITHERS, Vice-Preside- nt HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &C, Pictures, Easles, Mouldings and Mirrors, &c. nvnir prices .a.:r,:e. loweb 4? Cincinnati, O, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel: -- u wrt fW f v--r ?3fcyjg w iljtn rw - .4 l - ('-- f Semi-Weekly Interior Journul Fay your 1804 toxet. Siivir belts and garters at Danks'. HI Davillb is to have W. II. Harris' bit? tent there Oct. 10th. another cirens. About a week ago they were baptized. show will stretch its Neither has been 50 miles away from home. II One day last week to Stanford I went, Sent hither by my parents to get the worth of a cent As I passed along the street I saw over one door, This is B. H. Danks Jewelry Store. Though I stayed in the house five hours to a minute, I didn't see half the goods he had in it.. Of the other stores in Stanford, I'll say they're all right, Hut B. H. Danks is clear out of sight. - Stanford, Kr., E. C. Walton, - MEANI IU8IHE88. John H. Thompson and his Brother who were married. at the samo Wk lead in low prices. Severance & ria & Hardin. Thoy aro selling cheaper time In September, 1881. celebrated their than any body. Son. golden wedding together a few days ego i Business Manager Stoves, a bigger line and at lower pri- at Northumberland, N. Y. with three othYou will save coat by paying your 1801 ces, than any firm in town. Call and er persons exclusive of their wives taxes at once. " who were present cere- October 2, 1894 Thk fashionable Czarina at Danko' For Glassware and Lamps call on Far Hugh, v- - see. Farris & Hardin. at tho original a at A. K. ty' Boy your school books and school sup piles o( all kinds nt A. It. Penny's. Watches, clocks and jowolry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Hides. HlKheHt market prico paid for them in cash by M. F. Elkin. Sek our heating stoves beforo buy. Higgins fc McKinnoy. Will Severance is one of the tastiest mony. Tom Moore nnd Eugene Fulkes wero banged at Paris, Texas, for murder, and the remarkable part about it is that they did not profess their innocence nor claim that they were going home to glory. Flying Jib with a running mate paced a mile at Ghillicothie, 0 , Satur' day in 1:50. . Fifty or CO good stock hogs, 150 for salo. Bright & Carter, Bright 's window dressers in town. you chief window is a daisy. His handker- Penny's. Tits largesii biock oi uriun, .uouicincB, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Popor at A. R. Penny's. Peecriptiona a special. They aro here, tho largest stock of dry Ser our remnants of carpets for rugs goods, carpets, shoes, underwear, hosat your own price. Hughes k Tate. iery and gloves ever shown here. SevThomas Bailey wan lodgod in (ail yesterday charged with braining another negro. erance & Son. visiting MIbs Mary Bruce. Mns. Emily Jones, of Pinevllle, arrived Sunday to visit relatives. Mb. J. 8. Hcohes went to Cincinnati yesterday to buy moro goods. Mrs. L. E. Famss, of Lexington, is visiting her father, Mr. J. II. KouU Samuel W. Menefee gavo a watermelon party to his friends last night Mr. YV. H. Shanks Id back from a tour of the East, greatly pleased with bis Come and boo our ladies' $1, $1.23 and $1.50 shoo and our men's $1, $1 25 and Mies Lizzik Mknefek went to Louis$1.50 shoe. Wo will be hereto givoyou ville Friday. Be sure and pay your 1891 taxes on or bucIi goods at all times. Hughes fc Mill. Mits. T. A. Hick returned to her homo bsfore county court day. J. N. Mene-fe- e, Tate. The Southern Methodists have grown in Louisville Saturday. S. L. 0. of Boyle, is Miss Katie Lkk Ykaorb, Mies Bettie W. Pkhninoton has rent- from 100,000 in 18G0 to 1, 241,073 in 1894. PERSONAL POINTS. The band had made arrangements to ed her residence on Danville street, reWorth $3.50 to close at $1.50. Policeman Yowell shot and killed an 550 pair. attend'the picnic at Ottenheim Saturday cently advertised in this paper, to Mr. obstreperous negro at Lebanon. will continue to offer during the week 550 pairs fine custom-mad- e Wc but tho rain prevented. G. A. Peyton, who took possession yes and hand turned Shoes, button or lace, at one-hal- f piice. Styles .i NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. a torday. Wx will give one ticket on a $50 of toes, Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Round, Common Sense, machlno for every 12 50 spent with TnE K. 0. ran a special train from hero Narrow, Square, A, B, C, D and E. lasts. These goods are worth us until Jan. 1, '05. W. H. Wcaren & PUBLIC SALE ! yesterday to the big Knlshts of Pythias anywhere $3 and $3.50 per pair. Our price to close out $1.50. Co. celebration at Lexington, but we are sorI wllll offer for tale on The Wilkinson Bros, rarbers, havo ry to say that not a soul took advantage moved their shop into tho room under of it from this piaco. . Saturday, Oct. 27th, 1894, the St. Ataph, formerly used for a barTnE pavement in front of Severance 5c At i P. M . on the rremlies. the nrODertr ol the Latest Style Fall Hats at One-Hal- f their value. One lot mens hats room. trip. on Main Son's store has been covered with boxes laie John M. McKoberti, Sr., situated SjII prop worth $2.50, slightly damaged, our price to close, itreet, oppoilte the Female College. 50c. Mens' soft Miss Lauua jAnuoE, of Lebanon, trimlots, and then will be Estray. A black yearling bull, with- of now goods (or tho past two or three erty whole. offered In two separate 1, 1S05. One and stiff, all shades and shapes, regular $3 and Ion given Jan. as a Pouch mer (or Miss Llccio Beazley, arrived last 4 hat grades, your out horns. Small white spot on side. days. They are taking advantage of the third payable July 1, 95, and balance Jan. I '96, week. hearing 6 ner cent. Interwt fio n fan. 1. i8o . choice at Si. 50. Mens' crushers, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double. goods are being sold. thankfully received. Speed very low prices W. II 11IGGINS, JCxor. ' Mr. II. G. Landhum, of Louisville, baa Information Remember we will be with you but a short while now. Crow. been visiting his sister, Mrs. A. V. Lost, between Danvillo and F. Reid's Dr. W. B.O'Bannon tells us that there gate on the Uuatonville piko on ThursMr. 8. E. Lackey, of Gallatin, Tenn., aro a dozen or moro cases of scarlet fever day, a bundle containing several napis visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. in tho N'eals creek section. Thero is al- kins, a ublo cloth, a Jersey suit for The "Perrr Land'' farm ol 36 acres lying- near high-eLincoln Co , will be M. Lackey. so one case of diphtheria. small boy, a silk sacque, and other Moreland, fjr the year 1S95, on rented to tbe bidder Miis. Susan Warren and Mias Mary t things. Finder will please leavo at this Wednesday. Oct. IO, 1894, The desirable property of tholato John ollico. Bruce havo returned from a visit to relabow-in- Selling Out! Selling Out! MOlEi So 800 in 800 Co-- td Size-mor- o. Public Renting. Mo Fo tJONEIS & SON. - ... m st tives In Boylo. M. Mr. Wm. Chestehkieu) and wife, of College, will be sold the Kings Mountain Canning Co., were on Saturday, Oct. 27, m Mclloberts, Sr., opposite tho Female at public auction s3SU W . A big barbecue some whore in the Kings-vlllWaynesburg and Highland sections in town Friday. We expect the largest crowd here next MiiwJkanik Fkland wont to Louis Monday that has attended county court about tho 20th of this month. In the ville Sunday to visit her relatives, tho In many day. Gov. McCreary Is going eyent they have it some splendid speak' The Harvest ended, and now what ? ers from this and other States will bo on I Misses Lithgow. to speak at 1 o'clock and thero are sever- hand. Mrs. Geo roe II. McKinney, who has al other attractions. All must have and all will have not protection, not free wool, but .. been sick for a number of months, Is door In Danville, some cheap raiment for the body. Whilk Beverly Rout and J. A. Wallace I will before the We are in a condition to meet- all growing gradually worse. Alex Johnson, colored, was placed in wero coming from tbe water works Sat- Ky, on MONDAY, ijth DAY OF OCTOBER, 1894, County Court day, sell the y such demands, and we shall begin from today on a new leaf. We Dr. 0. M. TnoMrsoN, who baa recently jail Saturday night to serve out a urday night thoy wero called on to halt, been elected president of tho Kings tine for whipping his father when the Instead of doing so, however, they hasare determined to increase our business if we do it at old man attempted to whip him. He is tened their steps and a volley of shots Of Mrs. C. C. Younz. dee'd. situate on Third St.. Mountain Canning Co., was in town. Judge M. C. Saltlky and Common- from the East End and is said to bo a wero fired at them. They didn't return in Danville, Ky This is desirable property, comfortable residence, good yard, garden, cairiage wealth's Attorney J. S. Owsley went to pretty bad egg. o'clock, to see who did the shooting but are sat- house, Ac. Sale will be tetween 11 and 11 months, cash, balance in six and ta for Harrodsburg yesterday to bold court. isfied that it was persona bent on rob with interest from date, perranal security and hen As wo can not set a match raco be 11. P. JACOBS. Ex'or., on tbe property. Johm M. Ham:. Jh.. of Stanford, is tween the bicyclists, Robert Adams, of bing them. 4 Danville, Ky. Our stock of Fall and Winter Dress Goods, Blankets, Underwear, . hero and has accepted a position with Somereot, and Sam Honker, who is visit G. A. It s had a big time at OttenThe Clothing) Bopts, Shoes, Gloves, Hosiery and everything seasonable tho Somerset Banking Company. Para- ing here from Kansas Uity, wo might bo heim Friday, but tho rain of Saturday gon. is in good shape and price so fixed that small or large buyers are contented with one between Jim Burton, prevented them from carrying out their Mh. M. J. Farris started to Xew Or- of this place, and Jim McWhorter, of baund to be pleased. Our Canton Flannels begin at 5c and run up to Having determined to break leans yesterday to sell 100 sugar mules Casey. Burton is willing; what says entiro program for that day. There were I will sell to tbe highest bidder up house'keeplngin at my Dlace 100 or moro old soldiers present while Preachersville, Lincoln couoty, Ky., beginning at 20c; bur ladies' Shoes begin at 75c and run to $3.50; our men Shoes that he has been feeding since thoy were McWhorter? the crowd on tho first day was variously 10 o'clock, A. M., on from $1 to $50 our men's boots from $1.25 to $3.50. Blankets from colts. Deputy U. S. Marshals estimated at from 500 to 1,500. DrB. J. A Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Lytlb, of StanOCT. 12, 1894, 1. 00 to 6.00 per pair. Woolen Dress Goods from 8c per yard to ford, and Mrs. Lizzio McAlister, of Dan- Stringer and Foster, of Laurel, Kay- - D. Pettus, W. M. Doores, Lawyer Davi- The following described property: i good lami. Come and see what we can do for you. The storm clouds are ville, are at the Wlllard HotelCourier. wood, of Harlan, Iloakins, of Bell, and son and James Russell, of Greeno coun- ly horse, i niareand mule colt, I maro and horse 1.25. colt, 1 yearling colts, t saddle stallion, Silver King passing away and good times are just ahead of us, so let us all strive of ty, wero the speakers and it is said that Jr., son of the Joe Fatris Silver King, t Jack, a d Hinkle, of Knox, took a Journal. good breeder, t yoke ol cattle, I yearling steer, 5 for the good old times to return. Mr. M. S. Bauohman left yesterday to moonshiners to Louisville Sunday. There they fairly made the welkin ring. nogs, ssrae plows and plow gear, &c , wagon set wagon harness, spring wagon, t attend tho St. Louis Fair. Ho will like- wero a dozen or moro womon among and harness, Voted Anyway. Nearly all of the buggycorn drill, ciderreaper and mower combinly drive his roadster maru Ella B., when them and it was about as lively a crowd mill, cutting bor, post au ed, as one could wish to see. Thero vere 70 counties in tho East End of tho 11th ger, broad ase, digger and shovel, ipair scales, she makes her show there.' boxing, 400 1, 500 district held the primary election Satur- palingleet fencing lumber, 3t.roo feetgood timothy M. McHoiiEHTS, ono of the odd of them in all. stacks .slats, 40 bu. wheat, CouPcter h y, acre sugar cane, about a; bushels Insh tho injunction, day, notwithstanding handsomest men In Stanford, was tho and other llo.v. It. O. Warrkx tells us that ho though but llttlo interest was manifested kitchen turnlture, vegetables of Household and a btd steads, a consisting guest of Mr. and Mrd. M. M. Miller lost fe athei beds, couch, a set chairs, a rockers, McKtn ami fow votes polled. had a good crowd to hear him at week. Richmond Register. bood sewing machine, a small tables, 3 dlniag ta aftornoon and that ho be- J. II. Wilson, of Barbourville, who with clci, kitchen table, 3 carpets, kitchen safe, a A Buffalo, Wyoming, paper says that ney Saturday took stoves and in that section aro his wife, was on yesterday's train, said tinware, tubs, buckets, t lot cupboard, stone and clothes ringer, t breech, Hon. T. P. Hill, Jr., has received tho lieves the democrats good shape for their fight on Nov. 0th. that Knox had given Colson somo 450 otdlng shot gnn. some meat, lanl and barrel salt, nomination for prosecuting attorney, and in 3a turkeys, 5 or 6 doren chickens Ac. Ho will speak at Richards' school-bous- e majority. Mr. Wilson seeraod to think TKRMS. All sums under Sto cash In hand, that his call is an election sure. a credit of months. near future, but the injunction would bo sustained, and that amount and over from date 9 negotiableNotes bearing 6 per cent, and Mns. Mary P. Smith and daughtur, nnd at Moreland in the decided on tho dates. Bear thought tho committee would hardly at- payable In tho Farmers Hank & Trust Co. ol yet Miss Maggie, Uft Friday for their homo has not Stanford. at Waynes- tempt to declare n nominee on tbe vote All persons owing old accounts must settle at at Clovnland, Va., after a protracted visit in mind his appointment once. burg Saturday next. cast It begins to look very much like a to her sister, Mrs. J. T, Hackloy. J. F. HOLTZCLAW. Arid the Prices we are making aie Stumbling Blocks for Competition Georgo Pen- democrat will be elected in tho Bloody MAROUBR1TK I NOELS has returned .. Miss Will IIalk, who killed We bought our goods when they were nt the lowest and we intend to I from Harrisburg, Penn., whero bIAj has nington, and who was held over till cir- Eloveuth. give our customers the advantage. been staying with Madam Dccca, tho fa- cuit court in 51,000, has not been able to A hold robbery was committed on the mous prima donna. Paris Kentuckian. mako tho bond and ho doesnt't seem to Lancaster piko near the bridge over Diz I am in Chicago laying in one ot 'he finest enro whether ho makes it or not. In re River Friday evening about dark. Lat stocks of Millinery and Embroidery Material ever Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Owsley havo goods shall to Stanford. Red Sulphur Springs, Va. ply to our reporter's question whether or Olark, who had been to this place buying brought them (or cash,I so low pay cash forwill ' be that you bail eggs and was returning home, was jerk- and sell buy irom me. An examination will conMrs. Owsley is greatly improved in not ho thought his irionds would forced to health, while the rest was very benefi- him out, he answered: "I know very ed off of his wagon by two men and after vince you and you are Invited to make it. MRS. A. A McKINNEY. llttlo about what my friends aro doing, being eoverely beaten was robbed of cial to the doctor. Our Dress Goods and get our prices. We have some splendid valB. Maiiony and children re- but I am pretty well satisfied hero ami about ?J0. When Clark was coming to Mrs. R. acues for you in turned Saturday to their homo at Car- don't caro much. I know I will be Stanford he overtook a man who jLadles. A thage, Tenn. Mr. A. R. Fenny accom- quitted at circuit court any way." to be a medicine peddler and who Miss Moore will arrivn October ist, with every panied them as far as Lebanon Junction daughter of rodo with him till the bridge was reach thing that Is new and nobby in the way of Susie, tho to Louisville. and from thero wont on the peddler left him, Baying Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Reynolds, of Mc- ed. There Mr. J. A. McRorerts, of Corbin, stop- Kinney, was so badly burned Priday that he was going to Renetown, a few ped on his roturn from a visit to his best yards distant. Olark bad told Please call and examine my stock before thatsho lived only a few hours. She hundred Mypiiccs shall be tbe lowest. Thanking girl in Taylor county, and spent a few grandfather's, Mr. Milt Rey- him what his business was and when you for past favors, respectfully, was at her days with his many friends hero. John nolds, and her aunt's, who wero busy they separated the peddler remarked KATt DUDDKRAR, Manager. ? Sergea, Novelty Goods, Covert Cloths, Columbia Suiting, &c. Re- now tips the beam at 210 and is still about their household duties, bad loft that he hoped they would meet again. member we have the correct styles and correct prices for cash. ' growing. again for Olark recognized her for a fow moments In a room where Thoy did meet The Harrodsburg Democrat says that thero was a small fire. Tho screams of him as ono of tho scoundrels who beat At the old stand ol J. B. Green, in him. Messrs. Rica Benge Mrs. Hannah Poteet fell bb she was aso tho llttlo ono attracted thoir attention and robbed cending the steps to her homo and was o Hamilton, of Lancaster, wero Hustonvllle, - - Kentucky. and they ran to her rescue, but it was and Robert Has just received a beautiful line of rendered insensible for some timo. No too lato. Her clothes were most all burnt here Saturday searching for the guilty bones were broken, however, and sno off and llttlo Susie was moro dead than parties, but wero unablo to get any xluo t Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. whatever. Tho country should be scour. has about recovered from tho shock. alive. HERD OF THE his prices which stock and and ed for tho rascals and if caught,) speedy Call lowersee hisanybodys. getyou want a nice set Mrs. George P. Bright, Mrs. Bet-ti- e If than are people havo justice will certainly bo meted out. of harness, a whip or a duster. 0. McKinney and Miss Nan A few Red Hinder Twine for sale. Saturday for Mar- been making much ado and claiming left Baughraan county ticket was tinsville, Ind., to try tho efllcacy. that tho democratic MATRIMONIALMAnERS. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, . SIM GRAHAM great dan-gtho baths. Tho two former lftdlea either doomed to defeat or in of a church In Canton, Ga., Sunday, Is a candidate lor Constable in the Highland and At Kentucky Grab Orchard, thorcof, but wo have too much confihave been greatly troubled with rheuma. Waynesburg Magisterial District, subject to the lovers fought over a girl and both action of the republican party. goes for her gener- dence in tho good sense nnd honor of rival Usui, while the latter I'igs foi sale from the best types of Registers those who profess to be democrats than were killed. al health. Armon Williams and Miss Linda will prove reStock. Breeders secured from the best herdi in several different States. Correspondence Solicited to think any great number 20 years of ago, wero calcitrant to the trust or traitorous (to Singleton, each just CITY AND VIOIMTV. Sunday at Waynesburg. Situated hall a mile West of McKinney and their pledges and endangerltho success of married Ilenry Greer and Miss Mary Leo containing 13a acres 01 una in gooa state 01 cum Bbowhiks at Danks, tho Jeweler's. ono of tho best tickota that tho democravatlon Possession given uy jan. isi, 109s. For people of Sims, both of the Ottenheim Bectlon, nartlnilara anDlv to presented to Shell hair pins and side combs at cy has ever their suffrages. the ED. Al. ESTES or IAS. W. GIVENS Already ma- woro unitod in wedlock's holy bonds. McKinney, Ky. Llncolu for Danks, the jeweler's on tbe j3 im Smith Forman, brakeman ny who thoughtlessly shld they would I Wasted. A good, wideawake cor- not vote the ticket are realizing tho er- K. O., and MIbs Jennie, tho pretty of Judge Willis Barnett, of respondent at Hustonvllle. ror of their way and are just as Buro to daughter, quietly married at the put tho cross mark under tho rooster on Rowland, were , Ii Aecwiring Hii Miss larboe. mv trimmer. I in the cities buy- The republicans of Boylo nominated theGthoI November aa tho day will bride's home Mondoy. inc my Fall and winter Stock, and I will not ma ke Saturday: county officers as followa A remarkable marriage is reported my usual fall trip. IlothMUs Jarboeand her purcome. This is a democratic county and -:- arrive Judge, J. M. Crawford; jailer, Georgo Sheperdsylllo, W. Va., John Schil- - chases willcall. next week and you are cordially FALL-:-AN- D invited to Van itnmnrrata should rule it, and by the from Russell; assessor, MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, la ft .mil Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Stanford, Ky. Telt. Candidates for tho other offices i For 54 years they have been courting. to honor and duty. were not named. i at 3 m The democrats are talking of having a e, m. About 15 or o acres to be cultivated! In corn, rbout 40 acres in wheat or rye and about is or 15 In oats. Thi remainder is well set In grass. Renting Is to be on premises, at 10 A. M., promptly. Bond with good security required. EDWARC ALCORN, Agt. of tho Hrs. of J, P. Land. fold Summer is Past, - PUBLIC SALE Court-House 30-da- Residence Property, d one-tbir- A 0 ACBIFICE. 60-- 1 PUBLIC SALEI Car-Loa- FRIDAY, car-loa- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HLTGHES & TATE. 1 es 1 1 1 uten-il- s, The Stook we Carry, The Styles we're Showing oo-- jt To Tb.a Ladies YOU SHOULD SEE pre-tonde- d Treat For tlic four-year-o- ld CASHMERES, HENRIETTAS. buy-in- g. D. S. CARPENTER,, well-know- n IHVERANCBJ ION, loud-mouth- m BLUE-GltAS- S ed Duroc Jersey Swine or . Desirable Farm for Sale. fl.G.ROPLEY,slaWiaBiMisaiaiaMSMaMSMSiailasaiaiaiasssa TO THI LADH3 tod enr - 'H WINTER .?? . 'Wm ik -- J jiJ;! jfU-ix- v ik -- V ( . k I Semi-- W it eu eekly Interior Jouito THE AT - PALL OPENINGS. T 1 li'i I", m f I fcl I',-- J . :I J W t I it smothered in floating ribbons. As to trimmings, I notico n doublo Ladios Lincoln County vandyko trimming thnt is qnito n nov- try, says that for growing animals com (o paid S2.60 will be charged-- ' not Start In New elty. Aro cordially invited to call at the t Asaph This consists of nlteruato long nnd nlouo is not so fir.itnblonswhentoronts. Wooluns Coiorts ami ClicvloU Xoir short points nnd is Hotel and examine the machine, as well as sam shown in lace, gui- From n chemical analysis of foods n pies of its work. McMUKRAY 1IKOS.. Trimmings niut Minde Tito Scawn' pure, embroidery and passementerie. mixture of corn nnd wheat should provo i Stanford, Ky )rniory mill Upholstery. llcadcrnr Lnco as a fnctor will havo a largo placo n netter ration for fattoning animnl tCoprrlcht, 1KM. by American I'roes Absocia-tlon- .l this season, but ribbons n lnrgor one. It than either grain nlonc. When wheat W. B. would bo absolutely impossiblo to givo nnd corn nro the same prico, ho snys it When necessary. half a list of tho now dovices in jot to pays bettor to feed tho wheat nud'sell trim dresses nnd othor garments. Great tho coin. Wheat weights 7 per cent K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. buckles and slides are soon. Black silk heavier tlinn corn. When it is fwl nlonc, Office South Side Main St., In oTOee recently DEALKK IN- vacated by Dr. Le F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. crocheted trimming comes noxt to hnnil it is just ns good for fattoning nnimnls Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning embroidery iu valno nnd boauty, nnd as corn fed alone, nnd it is hotter for Vandykes mndo in rings nro o favorito growing animals, nnd tho manurinl tot l'l : L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. fancy. Feathers, particularly tho vory value of wheat is much wreator than Huffy ones, will bo much worn on hand- that of corn. Kill tratn going North ,v....t37 pm r. . .Dealers n " South...... When yon begin to feed whoat, some ovoning gowns, somo of tho pret........ it jt pm Express train ' South........ go slow nt first. Givo odly small " tiest having flecks of different colors on North ...........3 a a m Do- ..........y 36 a m Local freight North. ...... tho ends of tho flues, produced by dye- quantities, gradnnlly increasing. Fed a 07pm -. ' South..ing in tho newest tints. Ono bordering in largo quantity suddenly, it will' o The latter traiat alio carry passengers, i-'- V Kv. indigestion. Mix it with other of this kind had every fluo tipped with The above ii calculated on standard time, Solar irae it about 10 minute fatter. bright scarlet, tho rest being pure white grain. tTho circulnr of Information issued bv Black and red nlso mndo a prettv com W- QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. S: bination, nnd this union is often seen in tho bureau of animal industry gives several mixtures cf wheat with other ......Pl0flt1tOlB ........ RERE is n wolconio word this seasou's output Golnc North traint pats Junction City as fol- "1 lows: Vestibule start 6 a. m. Vet- Tho, principal now shades shown thru grains which nro recommended for feed Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. in tho nir just now for Urf p. m. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida tlbuis Limited 3:35 J Limited 3:23. a. m. womankind, nnd that is, far throughout nil tho now goods of ev- ing. Wo nppond them bolow. Professor S)Uth N O. Voitibule la tS p. m. Florida "bponing," and all tho?o ery description nro saus geno, n soft Salmon says in addition: Headquarters lor almost anything Main and DanvilloSts , Hustovillc, Ky, p. m. Limited 11:15a. m. Local tf.55 Tho best form iu which to feed wheat lUj whoso unmes aro down iu tint of n pinkish drnb; prelate, n rich We have recently repainted and refurnished Vestibule arrives Sua p. rn. t u thellouM and are prepared to accom. tho olito directory nro re- purplo, liko n morning glory, with thnt is to roll or grind it into a conrso meal. public In Aist.clas Our Kates viving daintily got up circulars in samo delicato frost over it; rajah, It may then bo fed nlono or mixod with you want. When you wantjajfirst-clas- s modate the are very reasonable and a good itvlr. at all times. table Special attention to traveling men. Elegant mignon nnd jais, nil of them carrying cornmeal or ground oat. When ground e aristocratic envelopes, Urgo baronial room attached. Also a saloon size, inviting tho recipient to private? mo tints or tho convolvulus, cream, flno, it is pasty nnd adheres to tho teeth, meal for2Sc call on him. with the Hotel. Call and s ee us. 45 openings. Tho public ones conio about a straw, ivory and Cleopatra, all yellow, gums nnd chocks, so that it is not so mouth later. Tho past week thoso per- more or less pronounced, nnd from thorn readily masticated or eaten. Iu tho form on up through nil tho browns, such n3 of n coarso meal it is relished by nil fumed invitations have fallen liko aud to sco nil tho things to bo fnwn, mordoro, coffee, tobacco, chest nniraals, it is in n condition to bo at P. B. RlLKY.JProprlotor, shown at theso opening has kept 1110 at nut nnd several others, nil holding o tacked by tho dlgestivo processos whether London, - - - Kontuoky. least imsy nil tl"-- i week nnd with tho warm yellow glint hidden awoy some- thoroughly masticated or not, and in Stanford, Ky. prospect of another as busy a week to where and only showing fitfully. There most casc3 it rIvca tho best results. Dr. 1 nave new Hoil",aod an better nro several shades of lavender which aro Gilbert appears to havo obtained better come. prepreatnnn tverto Accommodate the pullie. t coa vesicae da-grayish blue, nnd besides thorn several results from wholo than from ground Tho grosgrain silks in their drcssr r.::.r ,w,'j m a call. "" """5? sheen aro tho most startling novelties of shades of pure blue, from sky to dark wheat when fed to sheen Sheep fooders 77 FRANK RILKV. all, for I think no cno but tho dealers marino nnd nnvy. There aro coral, may therefore experiment with wholo Jl&sofafeJy shrimp, cardinal, garnet, poppy red, wheat, but wheat meal will certainly expected them, nnd wo wcro nil -for anything bat grosgrain and rose, old rose nnd clovo red. But let no ho found to givo bettor results with nil 60URIBR-J0URNAMYERS HOUSE L ono think that this is all, for tho greens other kinds of nnimnls. reps, but it is. a source of satisfaction, A cream of tarter baking pow for there is no silk tosscssing such good raugo nil tlio way from tho somitrnus-pnren- t Tho umnber of pounds of llvo wuicht der. Highest of all in leavening qualities as that docs. Tho soft chinas locust arid grasshopper to bottlo that may bo produced by footling a bush- Is a ten page eight column democratic nept'er. It contain thelnt of everything going, 11EN- Latest United States and tho twills never looked rich, green, nnd thoro nro several shados of el of whent will evidently vary accord 11 x WATlEttauw is tnc editor. strength. P. W. CREEN, Prop. ing to tho ago and condition of tho anithough they wero in good demand, and gray, mostly on tho metallic cast. Government Food Report. PRICE, $1100 AIYEAR. dauiaf-- and faillo did not quito fill tho Among tho woolen goods for ordinary mal fed. Professor Itobortsou, nt tho This stable, which Is run n connection with the E0,YAL BAKING POWDER CO., requirements for a rich and elegant silk street wear, nfter tho cheviots, comu Ottawa experiment station, fed frozen The WKEKLV makes Myers House, has been supplied with tho heavy twilled sorges and tho twilled whent to hogs nnd secured from 0. 1 to very liberal terms to ajent., and rivss Ires prethat could bo worn everywhere and not clubs 100 Wall Street, Now York. and poundvlivo weight, from a bush- miums for PremiumSample copies of the paper any A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, look garish. Grtvgrniu has always been two toned fnncics. Thoso nro chuu trou four page Supplement sent free to more or loss in demand, but suddenly ble, ns tho colors are mljiuitcd in tho el, tho greater increaso being from addrras. Write to Buggies, Wagons, A. S. we find that for dross sill: there is noth- ridges or wnles, and thus thoy how iu young, growing animals nnd tho smallThoCOURIER-JOURlMA- L n. CO. prepate riiimer,sSupplie and Is better than ever ing else. I should except tho reps, though wiu lotus, ineso mnteriais nro crv er from thoso whioh wore fattening. SURGEON DENTIST. .supply the public with At tho South Dakota experiment stathey hnvo n grosgrain ground, with tnicK, tnougn not oppressively hoavr, LOUISVILI.F, KV. Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the new FmsTJLAsa nios ok The heavy cords nt intervals. Tho chief beau- nnd thoy require very littlo trimming. tion tho hogs fed ground wheat required Owsloy Building. kinds. ty of many now grosgrains consists in For tho benefit of tall women tiihro nro 1.81 pounds and thoso fed wholo whent Scniij- - Weekly Interior Journal, Personal and promptattsnllon givsnto Weddings Stanford. artitaand Burials tho interwoven flgurings in very small a fow of tho patterns woven with lar- required 4.01 pounds for ouo pound gain And The P W' G R E E V and tasteful designs and in nil tho now ders, and for short or stout ones thoro in tivo weight. Tho ground wheat fed Al HURNS.Mang,r Pr,p'e,or colors. Tho taffetas nro often bro- nro stripes. For children and young la- returned R8.30 cants per bushel, tho fall Courier-Journ- al caDtzcaded, too, iu vory neat littlo patterns, dies thoro are plaids, but thoso nro ex- wholo wheat 55.83 cents, corn 00 and there nro many novel effects which ceptions to tho general rulo of plnin or conts nnd peas 05. 00 cents. Tho quality Will bo sent one yeirtoany address for an 7C. W. 1' WALTON. I will tako in detail in my next letter, fancy figured goods. I must not omit to of pork obtained from ground wheat and Addresa ss IK -- HI Sttnferd, Ky 13 Hi . ZfVVi I Q for I want to givo n general, idea of mention tho woolen brocades nor tho corn was aboat equal and was superior Proprietor. what wo aro to wear this oomintr winter mohairs, which will bo nccordion plait- to that from wholo wheat, peas or mixod ed. Accordion plaiting will bo very feed ran. and : : : Kontucky. From tho Canadian experiments it Tho now woolens are exceptionally popular wherever it can bo used, but it fine. It seems that tho plan of this sea- must bo dono well and bo full enough; would npponr that tho feeding vnluo of Shortest and quickest between I am still running this Hotel and son's output has been to produco goods otherwise it soon loses its bcantv. nnd on cqunl weight of whent is slightly in will continue to rive my guests the poliiial as well as the best the market aifurds. finer and more perfect than ever before, when tho plnit is ouco out tho mnterial excess of that of corn. Tho South Dakoeach after its kind. There is n beautiful i3 ruined for all other purposes and ta experiments gnvo better results from pocial Attention to tho TravelOnly Direct Line between corn. Iu general, tho difforonco would now camel's hair, with bouclo effects, never looks well if replnited. ing Public. Tho now hats, as a goneral rulo, do probably not bo very great, but it would Frankfort, Gcorgotown and Pnris, nnd they nro, thrown up irregularly all vnnisio, raaysviiio, uynthlnuu, over tho surface and are produced in all not differ very widoly in shapo from undoubtedly bo hotter to mix corn and Whtn you want a ,.For a., turnout com to my Falmouth and Covington. tho now colors. Tho most of theso Dou- thoso of this season nnd nro mndo of wheat, or com, wheat and bran, or 'RefreshinglJBath, Hot or Cold, bles, or curls, ore very small and round, felt, straw and ucapolitan. Somo Indies corn, wheat nnd middlings. Tho follow- Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland Trains run by Central Standard Time. and often they nro of a different color liko straw better tlinn folt and wenr it ing examples show tho composition of A strlWi Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to Time TabU Jnne as, iJj. ns long as possible, ndapting tho trim- such mixtures: or colors from tho goods. Pro-- Cnrbohy- Nntri- - TRAINS EAST. No. i. No j. No. 7. Tho now cheviots are more perfect ming to tlio season. Tlio Neapolitans nro Cook'.& Farmer's Barber Shop. ibid, urates. Int. tlve a. ra. p. m. p. m. LTjs. than ever and show an infinitude of now adapted better for evening thaii day Mixture- No. Lbs. Lbs. ratio. Leave Kranklort A 4 10 00 j uo o jwunds corn ' Summit. 3.5 01.3 o 2.1 ..y 416 to designs nnd weaves and fanciful ca- wear, being almost transparent, but Co .IF YOU ARE GOING.. " KUnorn W jiounda wheat i.O 4 at n r.7.0 t J .;718 tt9 prices. Tho covert cloths aro as soft as when trimmed with lnco and fine jet or " Switier 40 4S " Stamplog Ground-73- 5 a 00 OKISTANrORD,:KY velvet and glossy as satin, and they will nigrets they nro oxtremoly pretty. Tho 100 iwunds mixture.. 8.1 J ao C9J 1A1 ;; s 10 la now 4 44 ..7J4 Mixture No. fully crganiicd and ready ior business will come noxt to tho cheviots in popularity wearer of n ucapolitan, however, must ......THE a so Johnson. 4 $0 .7 40 0.7 a 22J " Otor2ton..ll ...j .6 for tailor gowns. There nro several can- beware of tho rain. I remombcr hav W pounds whent U JJ 2.8 ('. S. Depot 1.7 2i.l - $200,000. 7 3J 3 0J joo Paid up Capital of vas weaves, and basket cloths, honey- ing hnd a lovoly ucapolitan hat, of 40lonml3corn ' c& pounds bran S.S 8.8 Newton. aa 3U 8 16 Centreville Surplus, , . combs and nrmurcs, nnd many "wool which I was quito proud. I was caught S 20000. " Elizabeth 8 ao IAJ2 3 43 3.0 fancies," as thoso goods aro called in a shower without nn umbrella, nnd 100 pounds mixture.. 0.0 3J 8 30 Arrive Paris ..C 5 3J 400 SUCCESSOR toTHh LINCOLN NATIONAL MlsturoNo. 3 where a new effect is produced on an when I went to tako off my hat I found 0 IKJunda wheat HANK OK iTANEORD. .1.7 22J a7 now closing up) with the wat assets and uodst old foundation, such as brocades, dots. thnt tho crown had stretched upward 20 pounds corn 12.0 0.8 l.t TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 8 No. is the same management. 1.8 0.9 8.0 small figures aud herringbono nnd other about n quarter of a yard to a ragged SOpodiuls oats Louisville a. Nashville R. R. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as a. m. p. in. a. m 4 40 0 pounds middlings. S.i 8. ao Lve Paris ....C... .....10 oo 6 05 hilly protected as ate depositor in National weaves, tailor cloth, granito mixtures point nnd entirely lost its shape. Nea4 45 ArrKlIrabelh Banks, to 615. and an endless array'of two toned wool- politan is made of braided horsehair, 100 pounds mixture.. 0.3 3i luole to its shareholders being held Individually C 19 ,. .10 Arr Cntrevlile... ..io Is the line for you, as its &X3 the eatent ol the amount of tneir stock 2.9 Arr Newtown ..... .. .IO 71 therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to th en fabrics, much liko tho cheviot in and whilo oxtremoly pretty it must bo Mixture No. 6,7 5 40 ArrC. S. Depot... (IOC amount invested In such sharea. 641 C0 pounds wheat It may act U 33.1 1.1 BJ sheltered from tho rain. Dampness will weavo and of domestic manufacture. Arr Gorcton u 1037 ciecutor adminisuator. . truilx-e- . . Ac., .. ..... rm fnll, .. 6x45 8.0 oats 0.8 sn individual. Make close connections at Arr Johnson... ... ..114; Thoro' nro nlso many now doublo faced nlso tako tho ehnpo out, and dampness a) pouuds middlings. 1.8 800 651 20 pounds 2.4 8.1 0.0 ( S7 ,8to Arr Uuvall.. .10 M Tp those who entrusted their to us LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI stuffs which nro to bo used for tailor will nlso causa tho pretty spangles so '8 30 rratsmp gurouna 1100 while mnsglntr the Lincoln National iUnk ol 7 03 S je C0.7 2.5 btanfonl, w wc here tender our many thanks and 1:5.8 Arr faultier.. suits, with napes mndo so that tho plaid popular this season to dissolve. They 100 pounds mixture.. 0.7 ..11 10 7 J For all points El.hoin trust tbey will continue to transact their business n 17 70 905 JIany other combinations might bo Arr Summit of tho inside shows in somoway. Thoro nre mado of gelatin, colored black THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. 11 Arr atf with us, oiierlng as a guarantee for prompt BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH are also heavy ............ 1.n Iho new upholstery nnd draperies for made, bat thoso aro snfflcicnt for pur- Arr Frnnkfk.rt...A 11 13 77 33 9 3 to same, our tw.niv faced cloths where tho 30 93 banking andas llberaUccotnuodatious as arc conFor any information enquire of L. .V N. A connects with is smooth, liko farmer's satin, Tho doors and windows nro very beautiful, poses of illustration. Mixtnros 1 nnd 2 JOES. KICK. Agent sistent with sound banting. It connects with Q .V C. and L s. nnd somo of them nre curious. I saw nro moro Bnitnbloforftitteiiiug nuimals, Stanford, Ky, colors aro rich aud beautifully comOr C connects with K. C. DIKKCTORS: W.A McQUOWN, Trav. Pats. Agent, bined, so that tho inner color is just ono quaint pair of portieres and wns whilo a nnd 4 nro oxcullont oithcr for SUNDAY TRAINS. J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; Junction City, Ky 0 growing animate or for thoso being fattho proper ono to produco tho best effect told that perhnps there had been m,; Georgetown to 00 a. Leave t ranklort 9 00 a. . H. Shanks, Stanford; m. jve ueorgctown 1037; arrive r'rankloit ti 30 pairs of thorn sold thus oarly. Thoy tened. J.S.Owsley, Stanford; p. m. A. G. Lanham with tho outer one. J ohn,B. Cattleman. S J, Etubry, Stanford; Black whipcords, empress and rep havo a canvas gray ground, and cross-wisThe Kentucky Midland Railway and connecLlvo Stock I'olntn. tions form the shortest aud cheapest route to all stripes nro wovon in dull old coleffects nro shown, all flno and ologant, J. U. Owsley, Stanlord; points Niutlt, Hast, North and Wni, A littlo Btory told lately shows tho J. P.; Cash, Stanford; nnd the eudora and henriottn cloth, ors, and thoso patterns look exnetly liko Kor further information apply to their agents, put on horses in Kentucky. A C. I). HEKCAW. Gen. Pass. .Kent. William Oooch, Stanford; both with warp, and tho novelty thoso faded old "samples" found in GEO. II. HARPER, Gen, Supt A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgevill, K black weaves will bo exceptionally pop- - couutry homos nnd forgotten nooks nnd woman thoro Ruod a railroad for killing W. 11, Cummins, I'reachcrsvill where tho fino cross stitches had been her horso nnd hor husband. Tho jury S. If. Shanks, President, worked in by tho unskillful fingers of gavo hor 0150 for tho horso nnd a cent 5fS Dr. J.lt. Owsley, littlo girls taking lessons in ncedlowork. for tho husband. So it is said. I W.-aright, Teller. rap V Theso odd designs havo beeu followed For an ordinary silo, iu which loss AFiD LIVERPOOL,. eOT nnd in somo casos amplified. Tho wholo than 200 tons nro to bo put np, a two effect of theso curtains is soft and pleas- horso power will run tho cutter. NATIONAL BANK &CASTLEMAN ingly reminiscent, and yet they seem to A good fodder or silo cutter will chow OK STANFORD, KY. bo tho right thing in tho right placo up n ton in 15 minute. MANAGERS, with tho old styles of furniture now in England imports annually $20, 0 Capital Stock OOO vogue. Commerce Building, Louisville worth 'of eggs nnd poultry. Tho Surplus Tho rich nnd handsomo dtrbj" sntin Luglish nro tho greatest Agents throughout the South. ogg eaters iu SOLD TO portieres nro very fasliionablo, and thoy Christendom. ALL POINTS: .A,!tnti.on?r,h?pu"? u Rank o the fae nro reversible nnd always prodnced in the only National In Stanford Under the provisions of th National Bank Act An expert nays, of thonilngo cutter ho OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, r7. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agout, tho mo.it artistic colors, calculated to are secureu not only by the caDltil uciwuiori harmonizowith almost nny furniture. I likes best: "Tho cutter I profor is ono STANFORD, KY. WISCONSIN, amount equal to "the atock, to that depositor ol remomber ono pair of old roso nnd old with four knives nttached to tho main this Institution are secured by a fund of 5400,000. shaft by cutter heads. This givos a congold, and thoy wero quito as haudsomo rive eworn statements ofthocondttion of th bank MISSOURI, KANSAS, Portland San Francisco. aj made each yearto the United States governon ono side ns tho other. There was also tinuous cut nial stendy motion. Thero ment and Its assets are examined at stated time NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ono pattern whoro tho curtain was of is not tho jar that thero is to knives by government agents, thus securing addititona A. and perfect safety to depositors. heavy old roso batiu, with a" pattern of hung on n balance wheol and not noar AHKfiHSAS, CALIFORNIA, This institution, originally established ss th cream white thrown upon tho snrfneo tho danger iu enso nn obstruction gets Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1838, then into tho machine. A safety flywheel lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in TEXAS, liko a rich and intricate lnco pattern, again re.prganlrcdaa the First National .8s and should bo on every cutter. Buy a down Hank of VIA O through which tho color showed. iSSs, has had practically an uninterS0UTH-WErupted oxistcr.ee of 11 years. It Is better supplied There aro somo benutiful window cut. It runs much steadier nnd does not 'JiS WEST, 5I now with taeilitletfortransacUnghusinessDromot curtains of thiuuish whito material havo to bo bolted or screwed to somo OUTIKO UAUMEXTS OF IK)CnLE FACED COOD8. ty anaiinerauy than ever before in its long and FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS 6olid foundation to keep it in plnco," honorable career. Account of corporations, fiduular. Tho delicate and neat figures pro- something likoscrim, with shaded satin AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully sollc- It has now been settled that it is not duced in tho most elrgnnt black gros- stripes, and rheso nro doublo faced so as Th Directory of this Uank is composed ol to bo blue on ono sido nnd pink on tho host to put paint or tar paper on tho in THE BEST R0UTET0 THE g))iouisvutt,WWAiBAiiT Chicago fiT(T(a grains nre reproduced in theso perfect Foresttss Keid, Lincoln county; and beautiful fnbrics, which somo peo- other. There nro olsosoveral other tints sido of tho silo. Put tongued nnd grooved S. T, Harris, Lincoln; ple consider more refined nnd truly olo- nnd colors produced in theso enrtnins, boards. They swell with tho moisturo 'ULLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, TTJLLMANSAITD O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; nnd keep tho &iln&o tight nud sweot. which nre, by tho way, intended for gant than nil silk goods, J. W.Uayden, Stanford; , SLEEPING AND OINIHG CARS FABLOR CABS. not suitable for evening. though they are bodrooms nnd living rooms, nnd perhaps Southdown sheep nnd lambs nro lookS.H. naughman,Lincoln; ing up. Among tho "r.oyeltics" are somo dining rooms al.io. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE J.S. llocker, Stanford; IIenriette Rocsseau. You may not think so, but now, when W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; - DINING CARS. printed- chiffons that look liko shadows KAILROAI RUNNING M. D. Elmore, Stanford; thrown by mngio on a oloud of mist. nnimals of nil kinds nro low, is n good WRFOLKWESTERN Clara Bewick Colby's paper, The timo to go into tho live stock business. CHCAPCST, BEST MND QUICKEST LINE. T. P. Hill, Stanford. WRITE TO Theso chiffons nro to bo made up into K. L. Tanner, McKInney; dancing gowns for tho coming season. Woman's Tribune, Washington, calls In a couplo of years thero will bo a Wrlto for Rates, Mnjw, DcscrlptU E.IH. BACON, D. P. A..NF. J HEED, G.;P. A . S.Hocker, President; M J. Millar, ML Vernon boom in ovoything thnt walks on four 'iunpblcu, to any Sutton Agent, or to Chicago. Ill Somo of them hnvo butterflies nnd soiho attention to tho fact that Howard uniLouisville, Ky. versity of thnt city is open in all its de- legs nnd in some things that walk oa W. B. BIVILL, M. F. attacO, ALLtN HULL, sweot pea blossoms, and somo John J'McRobertt, Cashier; Ita'l ru..(rriL, III,. l'.M.(tr X, 7r...ll.f I'.m. i( Denver. eilvoc itars or half moons, or fowiiavo partments to women students. St. Paul. two legi. in a fow A. A. McKlnnoy, Assistant Ciahler. tOLlalltS.O. B0150KCVA. UOiaOkCTa. Pabllshod Evory Tuesday and Friday S2 IKIl YJCAR IN- ADVANOK OR'VATE VIEWS OF DAME FASHION'S LATEST CREATIONS. cases metallic gcomotricnl figures. Thoeo will bo mndo np over glaccd taffeta. White ciepons will bo vory popular nlsa xor evening, nnd tlioy will bo fairly FEEDING WHEAT. 1U Vainest Coal Business For Sale h TheDavis Vertical M Sewing1 Machines A drairable Coal Dullness. Houses, Scales, Arc, Tootl For Growing nml ratten ior tale. Are the brt becatise 'hey run lighter, and can do Inn AnlmnK a Kreater variety of work than any other sewing J. D. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. Professor D K. Snlmon, chief of tho machine. The United Stntw buronn of nnimnl indus- llniitUlt of S OR 8 PAGES. R. Zimmep, -- tj-t- DR. PENNY Dentist. 1 -1 1 TBnyeasr wit mw- - txrr: m Fancy Groceries, Higgins & Watts, r 1 how-ovo- r, r - Foreign and All Kinds KUSSEIX of Coal, pro--duc- Stanford, mestic Fruits, BROWN, Blue-Gra- ss f Hlue-Gra- tj r I VEITDOME HOTEL, lliioiL-housata-pi- 1 1 first-clas- s cn snow-flake- s, R. ZIMMER. TfiE RILEY HOUSE -- ..., THE WEEKLY "" Pure pro-pare- d in aj k COURIKK-JOURNA- L well-know- n 1C.-1- HHb PRICE, -- all. 1 rrx H 52 1 Lli-- I MUsl -3 -- - Weekly The Myers House, n Ky. Midland R'y, Stanford, Jrl Ui g Cincinnati and Frankfort attsn-Uo- n rt-cja- ss LIVERY STABLE. - 1 1 1 Farmers Bank&Trnst aaroRTKWESTf 1 2- - B .4 0 Double Dally Trains 4- - J 1 1 bul-uJes- s in-sid- o vn' attsn-lio- - ! 1 200,-00- o ROYAL OP to insurance BARBEE Company T".r- - NORFOLIC r, M. h fli4 w?m$kt WESTERN FIRST TICKETS 000,-00- $300, 21,300 n'el Worltl's Fair Record. CHICAGO HORTH-WES- T, NORTH AND EAST. - Tlme-Tnblc- j, &. ,!, .f. It- ' '. .' jrf 1