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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894100501 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. - i.wpjwigyw' id iwmmpmu mtm fwimiiw4ja'..-y!tr.rt- - wiy.wiitjaiwii h Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. WIIUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY Interior Journal STANFORD. KYM FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1894. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES Tho democratic nominees for county offices nro bo well and favorably known that It is hardly worth tho while tof present their pictures and short sketches of them to the votors of Lincoln, but wo do so to keep them constantly in their remembrance that they may not fail to work nnd vote for the full ticket. The other nominees will nppear in their order two nt a time till the list is complete JAMES WALKER GIVENS, NO. 62 LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Born to Prof, nrul Mm. 12. K Woo J, Friday morning, n daughter. Mr. It. T. llumpliill wont to liar bourvlllo Wednesday afternoon to attend to some legal busings. Mr. A. J. Sullivan lias been very sick, but la improving. It waa thought for n while ho would not recover. Several partita left hero lout Sunday for Louisvillo to attend tho U. h. oourt. Moat of tho cases arc for illegal Bulling liquor. Miss Gertrude Lester very handsomely entertained n largo number of her friends list Saturday in honor of her birthday. Miss Wood, of Norwalic, 0., Is viei-ttn- g . her brother, Prof. E E. Wood. Mr-JW. Fox, of Big Stone Gap, was hero last Monday. Miss Mary O'Mara has gone to to study photography. Rev. H. Congregational 11. Pry, pastor of tho to Ohio for his family. church, has Rono Tho court of claims is in session this week. Wo aro glad to noto that this august body is together for its last time and that six men will do tho work in tho future instead of 20 as wo now hare. Mrs. Ellen Sutton, wlfo of J. W. Sutton, died lost Friday at her home, a long illuefts of consumption. She was about 10 roars of age, nnd leaves b!x children, besides her husband to Jmourn her Ios. Shu was burled in tho Brier creek cemetery Saturday afternoon. II. II. Tye left Sunday night for Danville, where ho will take a courBO in Centre College law school. Hon. John II. Wilson and Judgo J. II. Tlnsley, of Barbourvllle, wero hero last week. A. J. Parker and It B. Whltsett loft for Louisville Sunday uight, where they will enter school. Our republican friends nro still in deep water In the Uth district and see no Moses to lead them out. Messrs. John D. White and David G. Colson wero both here Monday night to see the district chairman. From what wo can learn Mr. Hill proposes to.let thu court decide tho nutter and nbido by its decision If possible. Mr. White has po titions that are being circulated among tho voters asking them to Men fo his name cjmi be placed on tho ballot. Tho election passed oil" wry quietly in this county last Saturday, only 1,101 vote" being polled, ol which Adams only received 101. Adams' friend refused to go to the polls and vote is tho reason tho voto was light. Tho probabilities aro that all of the candidates now In tho Held will run'on and that tho democrats will also make a nomination. Cin-clnnn- ti Mr. J. Mort Kothwcll will represent On Tuesday the court of claims was tho local Masonic lodge in tho Grand in session and a number of people wero Lodge which meetu in Louisville this In town. mouth. Capt. T. D. Godmnn returned here At tho sale of J. T. Baughman in from Somerset Tuesday evening and gave lx)wor Garrard, everv thing put up flattering news of tho prospective suc brought extra good prices. Cora in tho cess of his chief, Col. Adams. Held Bold for $2.15. Col. Silas Adams returned from OwsCol. W. O. Bradley was at homo a ley county Friday evening and was highfew days after making a number ol ly elated at his prospects in that section, aud in fact all over thu district if it had litical speeches through tho State. has a good many appointments to bpeak not been for thu injunction, tho news of which ho met on thu route. yet. D. G. Colson remained in Pulaski Tho Steam "Flying ducthman,, on Lexiugton street has captured a large three days last week and gavo (torn three number of thu old folks of tho town, as to four harangues a day as tho varying well as the children. Largo crowds news camo in. When the nows came in every afternoon and uight. The of John D. White's injunction be beowner has certainly "struck Ho" in Lan- came highly incensed aud declared that ho had rathe; votu for John Morgan's caster. Great and only Goose Eg Owsley, bones than either White or Adams, and of Itichmoud, waa in town Sunday. that ho was a candidate until the elecJudgo Eph. Brown has accepted a posi- tion. The great Tycoon from the Magtion in Batson A West's grocery. Misses ical City has decreed that tho soldier el- ! E DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. at-te- n f'f Democratic nominee for county judgr, was born in tho west end of Lincoln in 1S30, and has lived there continuously since, making and maintaining a reputation for honesty and integrity that has made his name a synonym of Btainleps honor. Though repeatedly urged to offer for political preferment, hehaH never aspired to olllce, satisfied to serve tho democratic party with faithfullness and fidelity in a private station, giving of his means and devoting his time to the perpetuation of its principles and tho election of its nominees. Besides being a good farmer, Mr. Givens has bsen a successful stock trnder, usually spending his winters in the South disposing of many car loads. Mr. Givens makes no pretensions to bi Ing Jenrued iu the law, but be is emi nently a man of excellent sense and Bound judgment, with a high conception of right and justice. If elected, as he will doubtless be, he will fill the office of judge with an eyn single to the b'eat interests of the county anil with a fidelity born of n lifo time of honest purpose nnd uprightness. Mr. Givens has shown his love of the fair sex by having taken three of them to wife and if the women could vote his election would bo practically unanimous. His prepent wife was Miss Florence a highly educated and excellent lady, and a worthy helpmeet. bo-for- WE ARE AFTER INCREASED BUSINESS, SallioTtllett and Laura Smith have re- ement must retire in privacy and let turned from Cincinnati and Indianapolis. tho young men run tho government. Ho Mrs. Win. George is visiting her parents, in Bristol, Tenn. MiBsea Ida May aud Lillio Grant, aro visiting relatives in Danville. Mrs. Campbell, nee Miss Kate Walden Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Jenso Walden. DROOMEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. We increased our September business, now we are after October with a very sharp stick. Every thing is favorable, we have the goods that people want, we have bought cheap and are selling them so cheap that even the worst "shoppers" are pleased. Can't you come down and lay in your winter supplies? If you will we will save you money. And if you care for style, you will always find us "up to date" in every particular. Mr. Thomas S. Frith is building a Mr-Hil- l, new residence on Main street. Mr. Oscar Reynolds, of Maretsburg, lost his baby with croup last Sunday. There will be a wedding a few miles from town on Thursday next and we will givo names and facts later. Bro. Colyer, tho pastor of Maretsburg church, in connection with Bro. W E. Ellis, of Stanford, aro conducting a meeting at that church this week. Mrs. J. II. Albright ia visiting her father, John Coulter, aud relatives in Chboj-- , near Middleburg. Sho has been gone about 10 days. Mrs. E. Pratherer gavo the young people of our town n social last Monday night, and they all report a tine time and say it was quite n success. Bro. G. W. Thnrp is on tho sick list thin week. Bro. Piko preached at the Baptist church last Sunday night, when Mrs Holmes, took membership with the may allow a soldier to vote, provided he does not cast it against his supreme He declares that the Congression al honors belong to Colson, on account of his superior qualifications and Adams' profound ignorauce, aud ho is"going to have them. An account of tho absenco of the sheritr tho injunction was not served in time on all tho precincts and a partial vote was taken in some of them until they were notified. The following is the result according to our beat information: Colson, 1; Casey's Jenkins, Adams, Creek, Adams, 120, Colson, 0; Middleburg, Adams, 74, Colson, 15; Big South Adams, 50, Colson, 10; Little South, Adams, 20, Colson, 7. On Big South a largo number o( Adams men on theJLln-coilinn had heard of tho injunction nnd did not go to the election. At Middleburg and Jenkins many had heard of the injunction and did not go to the election and many present did not vote. At Casey's Creek thu voting was stopped nt 2 i. m., as soon as tliev heard of the prohibition. It Is supposed that Colson got about his full strength Jat those places. Adams' strength iu tho county is estimate. I at from 800 to 1,200 tnojori- high-nesn PUR CAPES Are good, verygood. We believe we can sell them cheaper than any house in Kentucky. We submit a list of prices of the new style full sweep capes, as follows, viz: F.BsssssssssssKjkf e is -- 4 I 'laiiiiiiiBHFTSsHsKL $6. so 25 inch . 'u 9Bsss&bssssssb M siiisiKv VW ' f5flssiiiiiWwm LyHLwi'LiiiiniLisBWfcfltityBsBEK LBsilHiw' BsiBMSb sOsiiWsV '' LssssssVbssVi sdfkBBsBsBsm'' 'Mtt MKstttBnmm JaHasJkvHBnsssssssssKfBK JaVSi'ttVsiiiiiKVlM aSsHsV' French Coney Fur Capes. 58.5027 in. French Coney Fur Capes. 51030 inch French Coney Fur Capes. $12.50 27 inch French Seal Fur Capes. Si 2.50 27 inch Real Astrachan Fur Cape! 5i5 25 inch China Seal ith real marten collar. "Wool Seal," "China Seal," "Marten" and I ty- - A terrible fratricide happened about church. 14 miles Sjuth of here, near thu ltusaell Tho Hon. James B. McOreary will county Hue at 2 o'clock Monday morning. Bpeak in Mt. Vernon on the Ith Monday Some time back threo young men from IN MEMORIAM. At her home in Mclviunay, Sept. 24, Ora E. Gooch fell asleep in Jesus. Only 10 short years waa sho permitted 10 gladden our hearts, when tho summon came: "Gome up Higher," and tho hands that ho willingly helped to lighten tho burdens of others were potiently folded, aud tho feet that were swift ou errands of love wero still ero thoy had grown weabody had taken its d ry; tho lllght to tho "city where is no moro Borrow, npr crying, neither any more pain." Tho bud which gave promise of such rich possibilities here has been transplanted to bloom in tho fields of light. At tho early ag? of 11 years, Ora nccepted tho Savior and united with tho Baptist church. Her faith grew brighter day by day. Tho stricken pareuts now have ouly tho Bweet memory of tho llfo that has touched and brightened theirs, nnd tho cheering promlso of a glad reunion in thu Father's houso. May tho Father of Mercies bless this boreavemeut to their eternal good. paln-racko- in this month, it 1 eing county court day-Hwill also npeak at Livingston and Brodhead later on. Mr. J. G. Frith, U. S. storekeeper nud gauger is happy again, becauso Mr. John Jarrett is putting us a distillery, near by, when Mr. Frith can watch and board with his wifo. have given beauMartin ty and comfort to their Btore building by adding a beautiful ofllce and extending their counters, Ac. B. S. Martin has gone to Junction City this week. Mrs. Annie Hayes, of Mt. Vernon, catno down to Bee Mrs. T. Gilpin this week. Bro. Pike returned from Gilead church last Saturday, where ho and Bro. A. V. Sizemore, of Stanford, had been conducting a series of meetings, which continued 15 days. They had about 100 additions to tho church, 84 confessions. They baptized 71 and left 13 approved for baptism. There were 10 restorations. Mrs. Otis Manser, of Flat Lick, is visiting Mrs. Thomas Uherry this week. Dr. I. S. Burdett and wife, of Crab Orchard, spent Tuesday bore. Tho doctor ia talking of moving back to Brodhead and wo would be glad to have him come. Mr. Thomas Cherry has just returned from the city, where he bought a fine lot o points in Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, California, and Pacific Const points. Tho direct lino to all points in Eastern, Middle, Northern and Western Wisconsin, Ashland, Duluth and all Lako Superior e points.', Doublo Dailylthrough train with first cUbs cquipmont. For full particulars address any Ticket Agent in tho United States or J. O. Pond, General rasBengor Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. ser-vic- of goods. Wo agree with Bro. Walton and tho Central Lines, Wisconsin Corbin Enterprise, when they say that Through lino from Chicago to St. Paul tho rum seller has got to go and the rum nnd Mlnneapolis.tnaking close connection drinker is going too. And wo join in (no transfer) with lines running to all tho prayer, when Bro. Walton prays that anil South A Card of Thanks. To thk EniTOit. Allow us through your columns to express our heartfelt thanks to citizens, neighbors and frionds who bo lovingly stood. by us, and in so many ways befriended us during the pro In every often There no medicine o adapted needed .purposes to the aue, so admirably traded illness and recent death of our home iorwhich'itU intended, n Chsmbertam's Pain daurMer, Ora. No words of oura can passes but what some Hardly wecK I'ahn. Two Lives Savod. of member of the family ha. needby it. A toothache expr m our gratitude and we can only of III., wa be cured it. Mr. or headache mayncuralSia iiu eted. A touch of told by Phoebe Thomat, hadJunction City, and tha The severe con.umption her doctor, .he hope to provo our worthiness by n moro rheumatism or promptly relieved and the there wtt.no hope for her, but two bottles of Or Minofa burn oricald medicine lore nealed in much leu timo than when promptly King's New Oi.covcry completely cured her and consecrated life to the service of the God .he .ay. it saved her life Mr. Tho.. Egger., im whom our daughter delighted to honor. ha., o be sent for. A sprain may be sets n, dreadFlorida treated before inflamatlon the time which insures ful cold,St., San Franci.co, suffered from a without otherwiso approaching consumption,-trieRespectfully, W. R. & L: A. Goocir. a cure m about Cut and bruliei ihould rec ive iminedi. result everything elis then bought one bottle ot McKiuney, Ky., Oct. 2 1891 treatment before the parla Lecome iwollen, Dr. King'. New Discovery and in two week. wa. 2i m Pain Halm is kept tucn rewhich can only be done when bo cured before it cured, lie la naturally thankful. Ilia prove the sult., of which these are .ample, that The shops and wareroom destroyed by at hand. A sore throat may be medicine In cough, and wonderful efficacy of thl. becomM erioui. A ttoublesome cominay for a week or by applylne" twice a dayand several days cold.. Free trial bottles at A. H, Penny's Drug fire at theEddyville branch penitentiary Store. Kcgular site 50c and $1. back may be cured Saturday morning were the property of oTvaluabt. time .aved or a pain in the side o, a doctor bi 1. Sheet relieved without p.yins Company, the lessees, the Mason-FoarElectrlo Bitters. ouceanJ you will never Thi. remedy i. becoming to well known and .0 the extensive contractors, and not of the regret it to need no special Stan. noDular a. Electric Hitter, king mention. All who State, as has beon reported. No insurhave used the same song of Kor .ale by Dr. S. O. Hocker, druit, praise. j purer rocuiciue uses noi exist, anu 11 1. ford. ' I guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric ance was carried on the buildings or maone-thu- they may some day be only a memory, and we will add, may God speed that day. All we need to start the great ball to rolling is for just such men as the editors referred too, to speak out as thoy have begun, and to continue on that line and we will live to see this grand old nation risoupin those characteristics, which will almost give us a Heaven on earth, nnd which will reduco our tax and almost stop the flow of human blood, and givo ua peace and sobriety, instead of drunkenness and death. Tennessee, named John, Harrison and Burt Owens came on a visitjlto their grandfather's house iu this county, and while there engaged temporarily at a saw mill. Sunday in company with two young tnon by the name of Thomas they got in possession of some illicit white lightning aud got on a spree nnd continued it on until the time mentioned above. At this time John and Harrison being some little distance off got into a scuttle or play. Burt, who was with the two Thomases, exclaimed that John nnd Harrison were iu a fight and that John was killing Harrison, and ho rushed to the scene and attacked John with a knife. Harrison, iu attempting to flepa rate them, got severely cut about the hip. At the conclusion ot tho nllatr John was found to be mortally wounded and died at 10 a. m , .Monday, Hurt uwens was arrested by Constablo Chapman aud taken before Judge Myers for examination. Tho priBonur, claiming to be unable to employ counsel, Judgo Myers appointed J. Boyle Stone to dutend him. His attorney, after consulting with him, waiv- oJ an examining trial and he was ordered to await his trial nt the December tjnn of Casey circuit c6urt. It is supposed that tho whole party wero so much under the iulluence of whisky that it is difficult to tell exactly how tho killing took place. The prisoner's coat was cut iu several places. He claims that bo has no recollection of any thing that occurr ed. Tho best information to be had is, that nt thu timo he was in n wild, frenzied Btato. Meau, illicit whisky and tho cultivation of fighting propensities may be considered at tho bottom of the wbolo horible occurrence. Es-te- s, BBSKatiffjiwMB , And Monkey Capes from Si 8 to S75. JOSEPH BRIGGS PAXTON, CLOAKS. Are hard to describe without taking up too much space. We have 36, 3S 40, 42 and 46 inch coats in Rufer, Paddock, &c, in all' prices from S3.50 to $22. 50. A CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. In great variety. About 175 Jackets and Long Cloaks from $2 to $14. Special values in children's long cloaks with deep capes at $2. Children's Rufer Jackets at $2.50, worth double. Many others equally cheap. DRESS GOODS wo-hav- e scrupulous d m d Tho present and prospectiyo county attorney, was born near Stanford, 30 years ago. Ho is the only son of tho late James Paxton, who was noted for honor and Christian virtues. In 1870, Mr. Paxton graduated at Central University nnd had the degree of A. M. confered upon him. Returning to Stanford ho read law under Hill & Alcorn and in 18SI was admitted to the bar. Shortly afterward he was chosen city attorney of Stanford, which oftice he filled most acWe can mention prices, &c, on these but you must see the goods ceptably. In 1S90 ho was elected conn to realize what good values we offer. ty nttornofc.without opposition either in 25c. .Ladies nnely nnisnea no. cotton vests. the primary or final election, nn unusual stocking leg pants. 25c. compliment in these days of office burnnatural rib. vests, worth 5oq. , 35C ing. How well he hat fulfilled tho trust vests and pants. Best ever made at price. 50c. confided to him is bo thoroughly known natural wool mix vests and pants. 65c. conand appreciated that the democrats pure natural wool vest and pants. Si ceded him u clear track for a reelection cotton ribbed union suits. and tho republicans wero not fool hardy 50c. 2qc, 30c and 35c. Children's extra quality vests. enough to pit any one against him, so he vests and pants. has a walk over this time. 65c. to Si- - Children's pure wool, few better lawyers than Mr. The best in the market at any price. There aro Paxton, but he is not satisfied to let Men's absolutely all wool shirts and drawers. Never sold S3C. well enough alone. Ho is constantly under 1.50. studying and improving, and making himself an honor to his profession. He is true to evt-rtruBt, faithful to every Black silks are very much in demand. We have prepared for this duty and is the soul of honor and fair- demand with a fine line of "Armure," "Gros-Grain,"Peau deSoie," ness. His past record is an earnest of "Mascot," "Gros De Londres," Satin Duchesse, &c, at 75c, to' 2.00 his future efforts and shows that the per yd. A beautiful line of fancy silks for waists and trimmings. people have made no mistake in honoring him. A few years ago Mr. Paxton married Miss Mary, tho lovely and cultured We can save you money on hose. You know the "Peerless Black?' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Robin-Bo- It is the best of all. Boys' fast black heavy derby ribbed hose, all and ho is as happy in his private re- sizes, at 15c Extra heavy bicycle hose, fast black, 7 to 10 inch, at lations as ba is honored in his public ra- 25c. At 25c extra values in ladies' in wool, cotton and fleecy linds pacity. All prices and sizes you need, you will find in our stock. IMmmmmm 1 Are distressingly cheap. Nothing like it before. At 39c per yard 40 inch Covert Cloths that are pure wool, also 20 styles pretty all wool novelties that are worth 50c. 17 styles all wool novelties, 52 inches wide, at 65c per yard. These goods were made to retail at As we have over over 300 pieces new Dress Goods we S per yd cant mention all. Come and see them and don't forget to see our assortment of over 50 exclusive styles in novelties at 75c to $2.50 per yard. Also our IJlack Goods, which we have in great variety at specially low prices. UNDERWEAR. - pon-shrinkin- g SILKS. y " HOSIERY. n can know that Everr mother should.ymptom. of crotp croup be I. trut nr.vVnied The 6r.t followed by a peculiar rough Eeannui.' given couah? IfChamborUin'.Coush Remedy is child become, hcarra or fteeVa. won a. the developed it will prevent even the cough ha. titer For.alebyDr.S. ford. O. Hocker, druggM, Stan- ' Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Jtheum and other sfTectione caused by impure blood; will drive malaria from the system and prevent as wells, cure all malarial fe era. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric Hitter. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money relunded. Price 50c 'and t per bottle at A ,K. Penny's drug store. Ihebeat salre In the world tor cuts, bruises, I would rather trutt that medicino than auy ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapI know of, "says Mrs., llattle Mason, of ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erupdoctor Chillon, Carter Co., Mo., in .peaking ot Chambertions. It positivlly cures piles, or no pay requir lain'. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea HemeUy. d. It is guaranteed to Kive perfect satisfaction Price .5 cents per boa. s and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G. tr money refunded. Stanford. For sal by A. K. Penny, Suntord, Ky. Hocker, druggist, lHM' Buoiiln'BArnlca Salve. HEAVY GOODS. $3-75- Blankets and comforts in all qualities. Eider Down Comforts Flannels of all kinds. Canton Flannels. - at j u ik' Rev. L. M. Lasley will begin a meet S. Dunbar nnd O. K. Gontry caught AND CUSTOMERS. ing at Wilmot's Chapel, near Brodhead, a red fox on tho ground in a rnco of 0th. few nights about an hour n a large and beautiful stock of h,ayfr.rcady or Tho Southern Baptist Theological 000 lb Underwood Bros, '' 3c". Pi1111 and W,ntcr Gooc,s- much pleasure tint we inform you Seminary, Louisville, starts out with 27S cattlo to J. S. Boaley at Kubanka matriculations. Never before have prices been so low We For County fudge.....jAS. WALKER GIVKNS Bros. Bold a bunch of 000 lb. heifers to thafwe arc right in it. .. " .. Clerk Rev. J. H. Hopper, "Bro. Joe," clos Johnson, of Danville, at 21 to 3c. G. II. COOPKR arc ready nbw to offer for the cash some NEWSniOTES. Attorney-....- ." J. D. PAXTON ed a mooting at Pineville with eight ad Jim Austin's barn was burned n few Sheriff--.. ..T. D. NEWL.AND The King of Italy eats only one ditions and 11 confessions. Ray. Henry nights ngo, together with a of pony of Assessor . E. D. KENNEDY meal a day. MilIer,"of Middlesboro, assisted him. ' ' Jailer G. W. DEHORD Robert Uuderwoodd and a thresher be-:- Fiv people perished In a burning The Rev. B. Fay Mills concluded bis longing to ILeo Austin,' Tho machine residence at Kenosha, Wis. engagement at Frankfort and left for was insured. If you trade at the Louisville Store that is the n'ace whrr m Justice Harlan, of the U. S. supremo Perry Gurris, of Urichsvillo, O., ac- Wisconsin. The good work began by i.. Robert Russell, of Danville, bought pay for what you buy and court, has modified the foolish decision cidentally shot ami killed his mother. don't help to pay for what somebody else him will bo continued, however, Rov. ot Judge Jenkins, that the laboring men butcher cattlo here at 2Jc. A. has bought Jake Decker bit Harry Allen's ear, lUlph Gilliam, of Boston, having been a lot of D. and wont or can't pay for. Read the following quotations-Ladics- l L. and G. Snoonnmoro sold to John on the Northern Pacific hrid no tight to off in a fight over bis girl at Nowport. Muslin Underwear, fine gowns 75c, worth $1. secured to preach. son, of Danville, a lot ot fat hogs at 5c, quit work or strike. lie takes the sensi25, fine gowns The circulation of tho country inaud some cows and calves at $25 to $30. Si, worth Si. 75. A large assortment of gowns, ble ground, and law ought always to be creased nearly $S,500,000 during SeptemFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. chemise, drawers Eph Englemau sajn that his busi- and skirts in prices from fo'nnded on sense, whether it is or not, ber. 50c up. Foster's hook Kid Gloves, 98c for Wheat crushed for feed at 5c per ness is better. Ho went out hunting one that a man does not become a vassal, simThero were S9 applicants for admisthis week. Linen collars in 7 different styles at 8 c, night last week and caught four coons cuffs cc cents ply because bo works for wages, with no sion to the bar at Columbus, O., the oth- bushel. J. II. Baughman & Co. Several varieties of nice Beod wheat and one polo cat. Ed Minor is putting er day. rights whatever, and holds when quitco"on socks worth 15c. Extra ,' A heartless mother threw her infant for sale. J. H. Baughman k Co. up a pair of stock and wagon ucaIph on floor oil cloth 20c, worth 35c. A big line of ting work peaceably, whether singly or Fifty or GO good stock hogs, 150 lts. his farm. by concerted action, for the purpose on- out of a car window at Crown Lick, Ind.i for sale. Bright k Curtor, Bright's Joseph Rogers sold a mnln colt to ly of bettering their condition, and with and killed it. Berry Rich, accused of burning barue .Mill. Wm. Hubble for $57 50. R. L. Hubble out using force, threats, or intimidation D. A. Bough bought of James Walk- sold to a Wayno county party a bunch toward others who do not join them, or and poisoning stock, was lynched near er Glvens 40 acres of land near McKin-nfc- y of mule colta at about $ 35. Wm. Sutton Just received, 90c up, mens' boots all prices $1. 25, who may offer to take their places, la- Marion, this State. 1.50, 2 -- en im for $1,500. Logan Bright was killed nnd the sold to J. S. Robinson 100 barrels of corn borers can not be legally barged with I5OUpI0 j2.25. Hoys' felt hats, All orders for feed must bo accom in the heap at $2. any loss to the employer resulting from three other occupants of the buggies in Mens blue and brown crush hats 10c. 40c. Mens' derby in the lat Having just returned from the citv est shapes from one their cessation of work, and are simply jured by a collision near Bradfordsville panied with tho cash, if expected to be dollar up. Some of the magnets which Edward Bunnell killed his uncle, honored. J. H. Baughman k Go. I am giad to say that I found business attract oiercising a God given right. G. & O. P. Cecil's O. F. Clay bus put thero much improved over what Neeley Freeman, in a family row in Mer-- , it wrs the crowds. Mens' and young mens' New Fall Suits in all the new Tub Georgetown Times says that cer county, and was lodged in jail at nine intbe 2:30 list so far this season. a tew months ngo. A great number of est patterns. Our facilities for handling large lines of goods permits Ho and Wilton aro tied for the first factories and shops George Denny, impressed with bis own Harrodsburg. that werothen stand-in'- s us to buy cheaper and of course to sell cheaper than any place. other house importance, sent a letter to W. 0. Owens Charles Burns, who left Lebanon a idle thero are running now on full in btanfojd. It is estimated that Florida's crop Nothing so well demonstrated this fact as telling him to Bend a man to Lexington few days ago to accept a position in of this year will aggregate time, and every body is feeling better to arrange with his man a list of joint Knoxville, Tenn., died there after hav 50,000 crates, or fully 2,300,000 pine- over the outlook in trade. appointments. Mr. Owens, with the ing a congestive chill. apples dignity worthy of his nomination, reJapan is preparing to increase its MIODLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY- Don't forget the great meeting of the plied that bo supposed it had not occurr army in Corea to 100,000 men, for the Kentucky Horse Breeders' Association Last week when the prices on onr new goods were Rain is beginning to bo badly needed much lower than ed Mr. Denny that it is precisely the purpose of crushing the Chinese army at Lexington, Oct. 0 to 13th, with its 0 the prices asked for old carried over stock by here. same distance from Lexington to George- and marching on Peking. other houses The Futurity, Tuesday, 0th. 'Squire J. A. Wall and W. P. Keen-o- suits were especially selected for the best A million dollars has been offered town as it is from Georgetown to Lexand most stylish dressers of The Queen City Handicap was won candidates for justico of the pence, ington, and tbo train schedule out of for the Jekyl Island Club house near at Latonia by Ida Pickwick, who carried . ,w SIV1B lnlssmr. 1J)cy aac madc Lexington is more conveniently arrang- Brunswick, Ga. Phil D. Armour made a weight of 123 pounds, and yet went are having their respective strength tried Sacks, both single and double breasted, by canvassers, who will report Saturday. round and square ed. The result was that Mr. Denny bad the offer which was refused. tho mile and an eighth in the fast time Reuben Staten, is the republican candi corners. to send his man, as he might have John Williams, of Canton, O., at- 1:53. tempted suicido by sawing off a limb on Mr. Gottlieb Walbaum, owner of the date. thought of doing in the first place. Mr. Wm. Durham and Miss Llmio Saratoga race track, has made Mr. E. C. which the ladder he was on was resting Tub Covington Commonwealth of Ho didn't succeed, but was badly hurt Hopper, secretary of the Latonia Jockey Delk were married Sunday, at Mr. Fred Monday contains a notice of change, by tho fall. Club, n big offer to become secretary of Delks, just abovo town, Squiro J. M. Look at our $3, 4 and S5 Overcoats. Actually worth double the which will fill the hearts of a legion of announcement is made that the his association and be will likely accept. Tilford oillciating. Tbey took the train money. Tho newspaper friends with delight. No Chesapeake k Ohio railroad will expend Tuesday for McKinney, Texas, where Lucy Lee, the filly Carroll Reid nam name is given, but it is plain to see that $2,000,000 inlterminal improvements at ed for our business manager's little thoy will make their future homo. Tho republican primary hero Satur Mr. Laurie J. Blakelyhas returned to his Richmond, Va., where it has tho poorest daughter, woe a race at Latonia tho othfirst love, and assumed editorial control on its line. er day. The distance was five furlongs day was a most complete fizz. And now of the "leading democratic daily East of Tho World's special dispatch from and Bhe went it in 1:03. There were 13 it is thousht that a democrat will represent us in the next Congress, nnd there Kentucky river." We welcome him Caracas, Venezuela, says: A water spout starters. with outstretched arrnB to the fold again, near Valencia last iriuay, Killed more county is no one in tho district that can do it John Duvall bought in this and extend to him the right band of fel than 150 persons and caused a loss in for Joe McDowell, of Danville, 27 sugar better than our own, Georgo E. Stono. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictot lowsbip, while his partner in punman crops of $400,000. Democratic prospects were never bel mule colts at an average price of $42.50. T; D. RANEY, Manager. ship, Brer Meacbam, of tbo Ilopkinsville For over 10 years certain women on Tbis is one of tho finest lota of colts that ter in tbis county than at present. We Kentuckian, Bings: "While the lamp the Isle of Man have enjoyed tbo right ever left tho county. Mr. Duvall also have the best ticket that has over been offered to the people, and it is the duty holds out to burn, the vilest sinner may of voting. Married women do not vote. bought for Abe Renick 18 &c." Widows and spinsters, being house hold- cattle, wt 1,100 H3., at from 3 to 3 cts. of every democrat to boo that it Is elected and a bunch of heifers from Joo Down- by a safe majority. Let every ono go to H.SemmesColson, who graduated from ers and property owners, do. work in earnest-anvictory is ours. Mrs. Emma Russell Taylor died in ing at 2J cts. Winchester Democrat. the reportorical corps of the Courier-Journa- l, Mrs. Sallle Murphy returned TuesRichmond, aged 30 years. She was the . Of Zinc and CanvassCovcrcd where by bis indefatigable enRound and Square Top ROWLAND. day to her homo at Kingsville, after n ergy he acquired the name of "Scoopy," wife of Colby Tuylor, one of tho most stay of three weeks with her daughter, to an editorial position on the Louisville prominent merchants of Richmond, and The wholesome democratic doctrino Mrs. T. S. Benson. Mrs. J. J. Drve. of also a cousin of.Uon. John D. White. Times and afterwards to the chief editorin the last issue of the Intbrior JourKansas, is visiting her boh, Mr. G. W. Tho receipts of the Federal governship of the Louisville Truth, has been nal, should bo copied by every paper in D rye, Jr. Sftvoral of her lady friends of engaged by Mr. Urey Woodson to help ment during the month of September the land and proclaimed from every hill edit the OwenBboro Messenger, one of were $22,323,228, and tho expenditures top, until tho people are educated to dis- Hnatonville and "vicinity came down the livest papers in the State. Congrat $30,323,018. Tue treasury balance at the regard tho vociferous harangues and false Monday to seo her. Prof. W. O. of Danville, wae down Saturday end of tbo month was $110,019,710, of ulations are in order all around. assertions being made by republicans, by fishing. He employed Fred Durham, And Bags. which $5S,875,317 was gold reserve. which they seek to lead tbo people to beand "Sopape" Kenney Four of tho present members of ConIt is reported that Queen Victoria lieve that the democrats aro responsible Leo Collinswc-rtto catch grasshoppers for bait at one gress from Virginia were turned down will abdicate the throne of England in for tho financial panic. Let them tell cant per head. Miss Lula Benson is able for tbo other six making November that she may see her son, the who was in power during the panic of their calling sure, in some instances af Prince of Wales, crowned before she 1S73 and some other hard times. The to sit up, but sho looks nothing liko her We are receiving a full line of former Belf. W. P. Kenney is on his ter n hard struggle. Tbo republicans, goes hence. Tho old lady is 73 years last trouble wasja necessary result of vi again after a tussle with typhoid populists and prohibitionists are combin- old and has been ruling over 50 years. feet cious republican legislation. If this adfever. ing in many cases to defeat the democratic Republicans in the Seventh district ministration is tho cause of it, why nro nominees, and are using their utmost en- have invited McKinley and Maj. Ben times getting Mrs. Belva Lockwood has Anally better under tho same rule? deavors to that end, but they will likely Butterworth to speak in the interest of Congress has enacted laws which are been admitted to the bar of Virginia. Sho gnawa file, and the delegation will doubt- Judge Denny. Maj. Butterworth, it will now saving the people millions of dollars is the first woman thus honored by the less remain solidly democratic. be remembered, was one ol Col. Breck- and the business outlook promises to be State. Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. inridge's attorneys in his famous breach brighter than it has been for years; and For ways that are dark and for tricks of promise suit. when the people generally begin to feel that are mean, the average republican is Robert Eldridge, under sentence for the afle:ts of these changes they will peculiar. In order to influence men to five years for killing young Brinkley and IS NOT SATISFIED vote against Mr. Wilson, the tariff re- awaiting the action of tho court of ap- vote where their interest is, and they be largely in the majority, when com Elkins and bis part- peals, broke jail at Somerset, after writ- ing former, With b!njr "the Beit Magaiine ever published In Can sell them at prices never brforc known. Wc makcjall of our pared with the manufacturers, will roll the South." It wishes to cover thoroughly the Davis, have made ing a note to the jailer ner in sin, that be was so up an unprecedented majority in Novem- whole field: to visit regularly every reading family own pipe and can fit any stove. a reduction in the pay of their miners of sorry to depart so abruptly that be bad in the South. ber. To uo thii, Hi (ubicrlptlon prico hat been 20 per cent and claim that they bad to do almost as leif take a whipping. On Tuesday, your correspondent Reduced it on account of the tariff reductions, a Tue tornado at Little Rock, Ark., called on our mutual friend, tho notorSI.50 lie so palpable that it will not fool even Tuesday night destroyed over a million ious T. O. Ball, who is known from the A Year. the most ignorant miner. bills of Lincoln, to tho pumkin dollars' worth of property and killed vine-claBeginning with the October Number. HUT four and injured 40 people. Over 200 producing regionsjof Garrard. His new Magazine will continue to grow la quality and the to Ab an o fleet to Maine and New Hampmerit the buildings were either blown down or home is tastily attired, and his superanshire, Florida and Georgia have spoken unroofed. The greatest damage was done nuated mother is highly delighted with Words of Praise it Receives. in decisive tones for democracy. Flori to tho penitentiary, the insane asylum it. Being over 80 years of age, she has da elected a nearly solid democratic leg"The Southern Magazine a a handsomely illus- Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to old relics collected in the laag ago, trated and well edited literary magazine, able to and the Martin Block. islature, while Georgia gave Atkinson, compare without disfavor with the best monthly Stanford. We also lead in Hon. John Jayhawker White ap- which are'great curiosities; showing the Journals ol the metropolis." Review of Reviews. democratic candidate for governor, over pears to have laid the wires for a grand difference'between the old and the new May. 1S94. 30,000 majority. The populists- in the Our circulation has Increased tenfold in the past coup detat in the Eleventh district. Hav- dispensions. Among them is a year, but we are after the 100,000 mark. latter State made some inroads in the Send 10 cents lor sample copy to made from tho rear feathers of a peacock, Legislature, but not sufficient to affect ing enjoined theiopposltlon from holding THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE. a primary, he can now slap all tho other before the birth of Thomas, who is now Louisville, Ky democratic control. is jail for contempt and hold less than 50 years of oge, and not a feathfellows The republicans are making hercule- them there while be takes a walk over the er is broken. She has quite a variety of : EXCURSIONS e blankets and bed coverp, an efforts to regain Indiana. President congressional track. Louisvlle Times. Call and See a Beautiful Line. Elsworth Hupp, of Parkersburg, W, which were made by her own hands, Harrison is to bo hauled around the ,.At Va., quarreled with his wife and left tbo years ago. The sheep were caught by State on a special train to make VERY speeches at all towns of importance. house saying that he was goiug to kill Tommy, when a kid, the wool was spun himself. A short while aftorward she and wovenjbj ber, and tho garments are He could tell the people the real cause ..Via.. of the bard times if he were honest found bim in the barn banging. Sho far better than the cheap, ready-mad- e : : cut bim down and succeeded in reviving stuff, purchased now. She is afraid of a enough. oil lamp and uses tallow candles him, which so aggravated bim that he coal A nkw republican paper, announcing To all pointain the took tho rope with which be had hung which are not bo dangerous, or bo deDealers in itself for Pugb and protection, has ap- himself structive to the eyes. In fact it is an North, Northwest gave her a fearful beating. and and West. peared at Grayson, Carter county, edited Lornett Bays be does not want to old fashioned, independent home, and : by Misses Ara and Mollie Keis, aged 18 fight : to September Fitzsimraons or any body else now many believe that Tom is 35th and Oct qi and 20 years. Poor misguided things t because be has business engagements take unto himself a helpmeet to teach sold to points in Minnesota. North UiVots. South AlsoWhen they get older and have husbands which he can Montana, Wyoming, Iowa. Nebraska, not cancel, but that after her to follow tn,tno footsteps 01 nls no- uaicoia,Kansas, Manitoba, Colotado, Missouri and daho, and children tbey will probably know July 1, '05, bo will spend one week fight- ble old mother. This may be true, but Utah. October 17th and November zith to polnla in better. ing and challenges Fitzsimmons, Peter we don't know who tho lady can be. Michigan. A ' Tickets good leturalng twenty days from date i Only 87,000 people will bo affected by Jackson, Ed Smith, Peter Maber and any of sale. The State treasurer has money enough Direct connection In Central Union tho income tax. The other 00,000,000 body else that may wish to fight him to the credit of the acbool fund to pay Cincinnati, with all through trains ot theStation. ChesaR'y, Queen & Cre.cent Route and will Btand off and laugh to see them pony that week. He prefers to meet Fitzsim- tfto installment of f 800,000 due to the peake & OhioNashville Railway. Loussville & mons fiaat and after him first come first up somo of their easily gotten gains. trains St. Louis superintendent, and has Soul nearest toticket aeentand Chlcaro. and full in. Ask lor Uckeis served. He offers to put up $10,000 with teachersJ. and 6 r J 4. 9 I a formation. niIrM BcdjRoom Suits, Parlor Goods and Chairs. The prohibitionists of Madiaon have David Blanchard, of Boston, aa nn evi- - papmentout ot K.O. MeCORMACK.Paii.TrmeMr. the general revenues B. B. MARTIN, Ctn Pass, and Ticket Agt, ' nominated a county ticket. dence of good faith. November. may begin-iCincinnati, O. W. W. Pkbsidsnt M. EI. Smith has voluntarily retired from the directory of the L. & X., but wd are glad to be informed that doea not mean October 5, 1894 from that road he has donehis retirement Stanford Ky so much the making the greatest and most successful one in the country. The nnnual W. P. WALTON. report for the year ending June 30 showed a decrease of $3,429,302.32, in DEMOCRATIO NOMINEES. gross receipts, n decrease of $2,olS,8o7.0S in operating expenses, nnd a decrease of RCOXOKESS JAS. B. 31'CREAKY $910,44-1.7in net earnings. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journe CHURCH AFFAIRS. HUIBLE. - A religious war is on foot in Azalia, Hollaco Spooumore, of Buona VisInd., between Quakers and Christians. ta, was up on a business trip tbis week. The Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Louisville opened with 40 stu-donts. ds Ed Minor has sold his property in La'ncaster to a Mr. Pumphrey, of Illinois, for $000. To Oar I, )c n y"-inspectio- Friends -- Tl "M Startling Bargains 1 i ! 7ct JLAILDIIES9 ,.,,, SHOES SALES pine-appl- es OUR : BIC : ! $30,-00- y, A OVERCOATS. : STANFORD, re., LOUISVILLE STORE, Merf two-year-o- ld Grin-stea- TRUNKS VALISES H. J. McROBERTS. I J Stoves, Hoards, Coal Hods, The Southern Magazine Come in and See Them W. H. WEAKEN & CO. to d LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. - fly-bus- h, home-mad- Harvest Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. v r s 8 LOW RATES, Big Four Route, W. W. WITHERS; -- it (1 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &0., c n Pi ti tl. ea FOLDING BEDS, WARDROBES, SIDEBOARDS, aa 4 w A 1 Im a k 4 i Fi tic 'a n Hi nit WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. pre era i .. . , -- d 1 - fc Old Mr. Harber, of tho Preachersvllle neighborhood, mistook a bottle of liniYou will nave coat by paying your 1804 ment, Sunday night, for the medicine he Denling honestly, , See our reinnnats of carpets for rugs was looking taxea at once. for and taking a big doaepf at your own price. Haghes & Tate. " Kv., Ocrronnn 5, 1894 HiDEfl. Always courteous, Stanford, :. it, died from tho effects. He was about Ulht'st market price paid for V." 90 years of age. them in cash by M. F. Elkin. Novelties and nobby goods, For Glassware and Lamps call on Far E. C. Walton, Business Manager See our heating stoves heforo you ria & Hardin. They are selling cheaper Mr. Thomas 0. Ykacisk returned Wedand forks, " than any body. nesday from a two months' outing witn buy. Higgina & McKinnoy. Spoons and souvenirs, 1 1 MEAN1 BUSINESS. The Odd Folio kb are having laid a Tip Bruce's pacers in tho Western CirBe sure and pay your 1891 taxes on or cuit. He did not win as much monoy Buy your school booka and school Blip before county court day. J. N. Mene- - much needed pavementalong their propToitoise shell and trinkets, as ho had hoped to with this good string erty on Depot street. pliea of all kinds nt A. H. Penny's. fee, S. L. 0. soit mal y pense,-By-e but considering the fast time the races Watuhks, clockn and Jewelry repaired Stoves, r bigger line and at lower pri- he was in were mndo he did very well. and warmuted. Engravim a specialty, We will give one ticket on n 530 sewglasses, at A. K. I'enny's. ing machino for evory 2 50 spent with ces, than any linn in town. Call and He won one raco with Harry B., worth TiislarKeat stock of DrtitJfl. Medicines, " $1,000, and gave him a mark of 2:201. Bee. FarriB it Hardin. Jewels and jewelry, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at us until Jan. 1, '9C. W. JI, Wearon & He was second onco with him and was A.H.Penny's. Peecriptlona a special- Co. Wxwill tako pleasure In showing you Everything new, second onco with Hustler, lowering his ty. Thk law department of Contre College our goods, whether you want to buy or record from 2:22 to 2:12. With these VViatches and clocks, PERSONAL POINTS. presided over by that great lawyer, Gov. not. Severance & Son. two ho got third money threo times and Engraving neatly done, Mn. F. D. Wilkinson is back from a J. Proctor Knott, opened Tuesday with If you come to town court day go to fourth money tho same number. Bar20 pupils. Lanips and lorgnettes, ney, the great campaigner Of latt vear, Soveranco & Son and see more dry goods, visit to Casoy. I. on account of a failure of his races to fill, Misa Julia Pkytos returned to LouIb-villLow prices, The Middlesboro water works which carpets and shoes than you over saw in was started only once and got fourth ono house in Stanford. yesterday. cost f&OO.GOO were bought in by the cut glass and china, money. IHb race was won in 2:07J. Mk. and Mns. H. S. Withers went to stockholders for 350,000, who wish to Don't fail to hear Gov. McCreary's a specialty. Louisville, Tuesday. dispose of thorn in job lotn. MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Monday. The speech at tho Mb. amu Mns. T. F. Spink havo The desirable property of the late John governor will also speak at Uustonville, A German statistician says 3,000 from Louisville. M. Mcltoberts, Sr., opposite tho Female Tuesday, 0th, and Klngsvillo, Wednes years hence thero will be only one man Mrs. T. II. Saundeiu! ha roiio to Lou1 College, will be sold at public auction day, 10th, nt o'clock each day. to every 200 women, t isville to spend a few weeks, ii Was there as large a stock of Dry Goods, ' Garpets. G. W. Gaines, 22, and Mies Sarah Mn. II. IIowah Sauklky is learning on Saturday, Oct. 27, at 3 v. m. We aro asked to Btate that tho CaleJ. McMullins, 19, were married near this otlke. the art prservatlve in and Shoes in Stanford as we have. ,, f Come and see our ladies' f I, $1.25 and donian Society will meet at tho courtMioa Ahmik Halk has returned from a house Saturday night with a big pro- Waynesburg ypnterday. $1.50 shoe and our men's $1, $1.25 and which includes a solo by that visit to Mies Kddio Adams at Danville. 1.50 shoe. Wo will bo here to give you gram The annual meeting of the KenMiss Mamik Moons, of Louisville, re- such goods at all times. Hughes & sweet signer, Mrs. A. G. Huffman. tucky Brigade, Knights of Pythias, TuesWere the styles as pretty as they are this season? turned to Mrs. Kato Dudderar'a Tate. The farming landa of Sam J. Embry, which has been in session at Lexington day. M. McRoberts, A. D. has closed. Gen. George D. Cury, of P. W. Grikn attended the b!p; Knights Next Monday, county court day, W. P. Tate, Johnwithin Brigadier General, Hoot and others the town limits, Newport, was of Pythias meeting at Lexington Tueswould bo a most excellent timo for thoso have been levied on by Marshal Now- - and he was also prsented with a gold day. Could we come as near suiting everybody as now. Indebted to this oflke, to settle. Tako medal set with diamonds. Mna. Kachel Allison, of LoxInRt on advantage of the opportunity and eithor land for taxes and tho question will be fully tcxtcd aa to tho liability of such is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Stephen call and squaro up or let the business NKW ADYEBT19EMENT8. lands for city taxation. manager wait on you on tho street. llurch. . Was our stock of Dress Goods as complere , Mhs. Ameiuca Gentry, of Danville, The Harvard Quartette, Bald to bo one Siikhikk Morbn. of Laurel, took to Bpont a week with her brother, Mr. John : of the finest muBlcalprganlzations in the Loudon, Wednesday, Robert Lawrence Bright. and Creek Vivian, charged with car M. Woodson and family, of Middles country, will givo a concert at Lancaster breaking and William Scott, with murA GOOD FARM Was our stock of Cloaks, Shoes and Underwear, lai: boro, aruBpcndini a few daya at Mr. 0 under the auspices of tho Ladies' Aid der, to bo tried at tho present couit. Society, of which Mrs. Ellen L. Owsley Crow's. J. 240 ger or prices lower They havo been in jail hero nearly six Mrs. Montis Fox, of Danville, is with is president, next Wednesday night, Oct. months for safe keeping. well et 50 tcrei for corn. 75 Tor imlt grain, In blue grt. It 11 known ai the ArnoUi tratt Yt her mother, Mrs. Alice BauRhman, who 10th. It will pay the music lovers here i' Depot, and adjoint A. mile from Gilberts to attend and it is likely a numbor of Is an example worthy of emula- O. Kobimou, U. U. Creek Here is quite ill. Call on Simpson and others or tion and imitation. Mr. Lewis Itoesell 61 address, Misa Jkwie Cooke, of Hustonvillc, couples will go over. Weae prices so low as the are at GAINES BROS., Stanford. :;, ii up Wednesday and paid his subspent a few days with her sister, Mrs. K. Assessor Kennedy is busily engaged came scription to tho Interior Journal for 0. Walion. PUBLIC SALB ! in the Stanford precinct at present. He Col. Tho. M. Grkkn and wife, of Dan- aays that while lands will average about tho 20th year. It was not duo for some ville, vlaited their relative, Mrs. II. T. as laBt year, stock is given in at much time, but he said ho know that people I wllll offer for sale on up bo to pay Monday, that Harris, this week. lower prices, especially horses, and he would crowd 1894, Oct. Puor. T. M. GooDKNiaitT, of Frank- fears the assessment will be materially ho wanted to avoid tho rush. If all our 3 3 fort, and Miss Mary Myers arrived yes- decreased. Ho further says ho has nev- subscribers were like Mr. Rossell, tLo At 3 P. M .on the premties, the property ol the situated on Main would bo a bloated bondholder late John M. McKobms.Sr.. College. Said prop terday on n visit to relatlvea. street, opposite the Female er Been as poor a corn crop as made this editor rewill be offered in two separate lots, and then erty Instead of a penniless pauper. Mils. Julia Bliss, of Lexington, year, since he has been assessor. a a wnoie. rotipssion given Jan. i, ins. unt i turned with Mrs. J. B. lUins and Mies July t, '9s. and Jan. Lawyer Davison is making a most ac- third payable cent. Interwit f'obalance 1. 180..t '96, n Ian. beirin? 6 net Julia, and is now thrir guest. V. II IHGGIN'S, Kxor, The Odd Fellows Lodge has voted to tive canvass for tho office of county judge Mrs. J. 8. Owsley, Jr., and Miss Eli invito tho grand lodgo to meet here next and putting up tho most pitiful of piers aboth McElwaln are spending tho weok year and quite a number of members Ho realizes that it is a ground hog cefo with Misa MbrrIo Owsley at Walnut will go with tho regular delegates, A. C. with him and he is letting the rest of tho Worth 53.50 to close at $1.50. Flat. 550 pair. Sine, J. T. Harris and J. A. Allen, to tho republican ticket take care of itself. Ho The "Terr Land" farm ol 316 acres lying near will Continue to offer during the week 550 pairs fine custom-mad- e George D. Weaken has just Mn. We meeting at I'ris next week to extend may wheedle u few Lincoln Co will be democrats Morcland, fjr the year ,1S95, on rented to the highest bidder from a tonr of Georgia and Ala- tho Invitation. Mr. Sino has secured a and hand turned Shoes, button or lace, at one-hal- f piice. Styles to como to his rescue, but wo have an bama, whero ho found business looking ronnd-trl- p of toes, Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Round, Common Sense, & K. via Liv rato over tho L. Oct. IO, 1894. abiding faith that a large majority will up materially. corn. Narrow, Square, A, B, C, D and E. lasts. These goods are worth ingston of f.', which is less than half stand by our ticket and elect Mr. Givens About i or ao acres to be cultivated in or 15 rUiut 40 a' ret in wheat or rye and about ii MisaKfl Mattie and Mamib Mattiko-L- Y fare and which can bo taken advantago Our price to close out $1.50. grass. anywhere S3 and $3V.50 per pair. remainder is well set in by a handsome vote. But it behooves in oats. Thto be on premises, at 10 A. M., promptIteming is have tho thankB of this oillce for a of by anybody. The grand lodge of Odd the democrats to be on the alert and ly. Bond with good security required. beautiful bouquet, which they sent to Fellows met here a number of years ago, poll EDWARD ALCORN, their full strength. Let there bo no 60 td Agt, of tho Hrs. of J. P. Land. adorn It a few days Rgo. bat it was a small thing compared with wavering, but with a full line presented Jin. 8. J. Kmury was considerably now when over 100 delegates assemble. to their value. One lot mens' hats-wortLatest Style Fall Hats at One-Hal- f tho enemy march on to certain victory. 1 hurt by tho earth giving away with his Mr. Sino has mode arrangements for takS2.50, slightly damaged, our price to close, 50c. Mens' soft horao on tho aide of a hill and throwing ing euro of them, should they come, and The Court of Claims met Tuesday, stiff, all shades and shapes, regular $3 and $4. hat grades, your and both down to tho creek below. door In Danville, choice at Si. 50. it is hoped that tho invitation will be ac- Judge W. E. Vnrnon presiding and tho I will before the Mens' crushers, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth Pur-ce15th DAY Ky, Mils. F. F. Stone and Mias Sallio cepted. It would bo a big thing for Stan- following justices present: J. T. Brown, 1894, on MONDAY, day, sell the OF OCTOBER, we will be with you but a short while now. County Court were called to Brodbead yesterday ford and wo trust that nothing will he W. A. Coffey, Wm. Leach, Georga P. brothor-ln-laby tho death of their left undone to secure the meeting here. Bright, George W. Young, John Bailey, m m Miltou Dermon, who leaves t wlfo and Geo. D. Smiley, T.'S. Blankenehip, L. B. Of Mrs. C. C. Young-- dee'd, situate on Third St., three- children. Mk. G. A. Benedict is tho "trading-cat- " Adamfl, A. O. Carman, W. L. Dawson, in Iianvllle, Ky Tnis is desirable property, comfortable resldtnce, good jarl, garden, carnage Oun foreman, Mr. Joe F. Waters, has man in the country and as a gen oral II. F. Nowland, W. P. Grimes, Sr., E. B. house, c. Sale will be lietween 11 and o'clock, balance in six and 12 months, lor been laid up for a week from a peculiar thing he comes out ahead in his deals. Caldwell, Jr., nnd W. A. Collier. Coun- with interest cash, date, peroosl xecunty and lien from It. P. JACOBS. Ex'or., accident. Ho Bhot a hawk and brok0 Several days ago ho left hero with a Tex ty Attorney J. B. Paxton announced on the prop.rty. Panville, Ky. caught tho biid, as pony, n 25 year-ol- d hla wing, nnd when he insured mule, a blind mule that he had had tho It bit him so severely ho baa been una- and a preltv good work mule with tho for 8,000 and the jail for 4,000 for the ble to ubo hla hand since. intention of spending a while "swap- years at a cost of $300 and an order was Mns. Jael Gentry, who has been vis- ping." He returned Wednesday and mado to pay tho amount. Forty or more iting her sisters, Mrs. W. M. Lackey and gave us the following report: "I was at paupers were allowed from $3 to 50 a Having dcteimincd to break up my place in I will sell to tie highest bidder at The Harvest ended, and now what ? Mrs. M. J. Miller, left Wednesday to vis- Lebanon court and the rest of tho time month. A committeo was appointed to Preachersvllle. Lincoln couuty, Ky., beginning at relatives at Danville a few I spent In Taylor county, which I found investigate tho turnpikes aided by the to o'clock, A. M., on it her Gentry ono In which to swap county and report why the citizens have days, 'after which sho will return to to be a 1894, All must have and all will have not protection, not free wool, but OCT. hor homo atSodalia Mo. horses. I mado 20 swaps in all and trad not paid tho debts on them, as agreed, insome cheap raiment for the body. We are in a condition to meet all The lollowing described property: i good fami. Mrs. Stbi'hbn Buhch moved Into her ed for the blind mule and owned him stead of applying tolls' lor that purpose. ly borsr, i inareand muie con. i mare anu norse such demands, and we shall begin from today on a new leaf. We a yearling colts, i saddle handsomo new house near tho Danvlllu threo times in four days, but finally got W. M. Bright was reelected treasurer. colt, son of the Joe Fairis Silverstallion, Silver King Kinff. i Jack, a Jr., business' if we do it at Tuesday. Tho judgo was oil" rid of him for good." Aro you ahead on Drs. PettUB & Walls, on a bid of 1C0, good breeder. yoke ol cattle, t yearling steer, 3 are determined to increase our toll gate, nogs, some plows and plow gear, &c , gauging whisky in Anderson end so got your trip? Our reporter asked. "A lit- were elected poor house physicians by a wagon set wagon harness, spring wagon, and harness, t reaper out of the trouble and vexation attend- tle," was his reply. "I brought back two vote of 8 to 6 over Dr. W. M. Dooresi buggycorn drill, cider mill, and mower combincutting box, post aued, ate, ant upon a change of ono's worldly pos- nlco mares, a good brood whose bid was $140. The reason for this ger, broad(enciosrdigger and shovel, pair scales, lumber, J.ooo feet boxing, 100 1,500 leet sessions. mare, the best mule I started with be- was that Dr. Doores, who had held tho paling slats, 40 bu. wheat, 5 stacks good timothy Our stock of Fall and Winter Dress Goods, Blankets, Underwear, 1 h y, acre sugar cane, about aj bushels Iish sides a yoke of oxen worth 50 and a position, declined to drees tbo leg of a toes and otber vegetables Household and steads, a of 3 CITY AND VICINITY. $7,50 sow. I also have several dollars pauper, who had hurt himself, and Andy kitchen lurnlture. consistingchairs, bid rockers, a Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Gloves, Hosiery and everything seasonable 3 feathei bods, couch, a sets left with." Mr. Benedict Rice had to bo paid $20 for his services good sewing machine, a small tables, 3 dlniag ta- is in good shape and price so fixed that small or large buyers are more than I Brownies at Danks, the jewoler'e. carpets, kitchen safe, a bles, kitchen said he leally enjoyed the trip and that In that line, the doctor claiming that It cook stoes andtable, 3 lot cupboard, stone and baund to be pleased. Our Canton Flannels begin at 5c and run up to utensils, garters at Danka'. buckets, clothes ringer, t Silver bolts and he would go back to Taylor county and was not his place to perform such ser- linware, tubs,gnn, some meat, lard and barrel salt, shot 20c; our ladies' Shoes begin at 75c and run, to S3. 50; our men Shoes try it again as soon as he heard of the vice. The salary of the county judge 31 turkeys, 5 or 6 doien chickens, Ac. Tiie fashionable Czarina at Danka' . Blankets from for the ensuing year was cut $100 and that amount and over a credit of 9 months, zsotes from Si to S50; our men's boots from $1.25 to death of tho blind mule. shop for bearing 6 per cent, from date negotiable and 1. 00 to 6.00 per pair. Woolen Dress Goods from Sc per yard to at f 800. W. F. McClary'a, as fixed Go to E. Wilkinson's barber In the farmers Bank & Trust Co. of A sensation is promised in Ilockcsstle, of schools, remains at $900. payalle Stanford. a nice, clean shave, Come and see what' we can do for you. The storm clouds are official in- Jailer S. M. Owens was allowed $1,165.80 j All persons owing old accounts must settle at 1.25. when a coso now undergoing passing away and good times are just ahead of us, so let us all strive Shell hair pins and sldo coinba at vestigation is mado public. It seems tbat and docked $150 for claim for waiting on n6oC.3t J. F. HOLTZCLAW. Danks, the jeweler's. for the good old times to return. somebody has been using the name of and making fires for courts in criminal I Willis Adams, Jr., to affidavit fcr in- cases. Mrs. Sue Holmes' claim for keepKnit TtsNT. Desirable dwelling nnd crease of pensions, in which it is stated ing poor house, amounting to $037.10, street. H. Helm. premises on Danvlllo- that ho is ajjuatice of the peace and has was allowed. County judgo and county I am in Chicago laying in one oi the finest THK HERD OK Ladies' and children's hair cutting a been einco July 1S92. An application of attorney were appointed to investigate stock of Millinery and Embroidery Material over at E. Wllklneon'fl now barber this sort was sent to Mr. Adams from the the best method, of the threo proposed, brought to Stanford. I shall pay cash or goods specialty be Red pension department at Washington a few for the working of the county roads, and and sell them for cash, so low that you willconshop. i forced to buy lrom me. An examination will days ago, asking that ho sign his name roport to this body. The prico of teams vince you and you are invited to make it. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, The Minstrel company haa changed in the blank, in his official capacity, to on roads was MRS. A. A McKINNEY. fixed at $1.75 a day. Tho Walton's Opera House lrom its dato at C road claims amounting to $3,000 or more Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky the paper in which County, Clerk M. Oct. 13 to Nov. 7th. Miller, of Rockcastle county, certifies were at first allowed, but after a speech A Pigs oi sale from the best types of Reglstcro F. T. Elus, tho gamest marshal In tho that Mr. Adams is a justice nnd author- by Hon. W. II. Miller, who said they of all .reason, having run up for reelection as ized to make such acknowledgements arrlvn October 1st, with every- Stock. Breeders secured from the best herds in several different States. Correspondence Solicited wereout Miss Moore will country, Is a candidate thing that Is new and nobby in the way of muTRhal of Junction City, anu mo poo Tho seal of the county is attached, which from $500 whon ho was county attorney, claims full considera Mr. Miller Bays he did not attach, not a reconsideration was moved and cari. pla should give hla having seen or heard of the paper be ried, tho following justices voting aye: tion. ill anil examine mv stock before buy. 1 1 foro. As the name of D. P. Bothurum, Leach, Caldwell, Bright, Collier, Brown, Ine. Mvpiice shall be the lowest. Thanking but falling, It tried to rain Wednesdaymaking tho republican candidate for county judge, DawBon, Blankenahip, Bailey, Young you for past favors, respectfully, KATt DUDDKRAR, Manager, the wind haa slnco been appears as attorney In the case, ho will and Grimes, 10. Those voting nay north .lruor than ever. "Fair, copier be called on, if he bus not before this, to were Colley, Nowland, Adams, Smiley I Friday morning," is tho current predic make some explanations that may pos- and Carman, 5. It was then moved and tion. sible bo hard to explain. There is no adopted that the court adjourn to SaturIi KacaiTinff Hii cities buy Miss telling how many such documonta havo day, Oct. 13, to consider those claims In, m r Jarboe, bt trimmer, is in the will not maki Vail and Winter Stock, and I The ealo of tbo Four Seasons Hotel at pensions, but it will all come to and to have the various oyerseors of the my usual fall trip. BotluMlsa Jarboeand her pur-:- -:- Harrogate, Tenn., was postponed indefi- procured week and you are cordially arrive chases light in due timo and somebody will do road prpsont to be examined in the mat- invited willcall. next Imto nitely, aa It la thought that with an of forgery and owind ter of so great an increaso in the amount MISSLICCIK DEAZLZY, provement in business, It can resume op- time for tho crime Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Stanford, Ky. ! claimed. ling the government. erations. , Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Pay your 3 1894 taxei. Gentlemen, aeo our lino of under Severance & woar. Son., EX WHO RUNS Knives MATT BSAB, - iii .i. i ... Honi t v tf m o court-hous- e Elegant Repairing ed NEVER NEVER iii &$ ct NEVER NEVER a m FOB. HE1TT. NEVER NEVER CONTAINING rt Acres THE SH STORE OP Saturday, 27th, SJSV13BAJWCEI 1 & QNo 60-l- d Selling Out! Selling Out! rfeicns Kyj&tmjrjudKyo Publio Renting. Wednesday, 800 800 double-Rememb- iii PUBLIC SAL3 Court-House h er ll Residence Property, , m Bo Fo JOWlIUg & OKTo - one-thi- 6o-- 4t court-hous- e PUBLIC SALE! home-keeping Sammer is Past A o Urflt-rat- o FRIDAY, 1 ia, 1 1 1 1 1 1 five-year-ol- d 1 1 ACRIBTCK S3-So- 1 pc-- 1 1 1 1 in in hi 1 breech-loadin- g To The Ladies HUGHES & TATE. BLUE-GRASS f Duroc Jersey Swine i i Treat For the Ladies. -- H.G.RUPLEY,-4- Di- -. 1 TO THIS LADZXS FALL AND WINTER ... GOODS. . . 4 Lf .vl H lI5"MftjHTri' n www 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Joiiriw A NEW SENATOR'S FAMILY. "ho MfMWMppI Statcaninn Tin. n Wife nnil ply to J. M. McRobeits, SUnford, Ky. PUROQ JERSEY register. uK:: All subject to Heady Apa8-s- tn Elslit Children. Senator McLaariu of Mississippi 1ms Pabllahed Every Tuesday and Friday at may well bo proud. APVAycni n family of which hoMiss Laura Kauch, Mrs. McLmnin waa $3 PH3R. Yffi A.re born at Tronton, S. C, but brought up When not so paid 33.50 will be charged.in Mississippi. Her father, of Gnrman descent, was ono of thcfllnest classical Fcholnrs of the btatc. Mr. and Mrs. McLanrin fell in lovo when they wero childton at school together. Sho was mairied when sho was not quito 20 and , When necessary. ho two or threo yoara past, nnd they havo remained devoted lovers over since. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mr. McLanrin looks very youthful to returning bo tho mother of (tight children. Sho is Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., fair, with hlno eyes abundant silky it !Mt.n, light brown hajr, nnd has a Blonder figLOCAL TIME CARD. L.&N. Her manner is ure of mcdiuni'hoiuht. .U37P pleasant and winning. Kail train going North..... 3 P " South.. Thrro nre eight children bovou ... irjipm Kxomss train " South . lanybrors and ouo sou, Auselm J., Jr., " Norths.... am SOI GRAHAM Is a candidate lor Constable In the Highland and Waynesburn Magisterial District, subject to the action of the republican party. A desirable Coat Flut'inest, Houses, Scales, Ac, now ready to dellvei msnufactuied Ice Are lh he.t because hev run llehttr and Can do the Stanford Factory lo customers regularly lor sale. a greater variety of work than any other sewing: J. 11. HlGGINS, Stanford, Ky. every morning at the rate of FIFTY CENTS tnacntne. ine rER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and Irom ice; Iam 10 Coal Business For Sale. TheSavis Vertical M Sowing Machine: - iy at 75c in smaller lots. E. 1IREMEU, Stanford. Ladlos of Lincoln County 1 JAMES YEAOER. THOMAS YEAOER. 3 OR 8 PAGES. Desirable Farm for Sale. a mile West of McKlnney and acres of ltnd in good state ot cultivation HoMcssion given by Jan. tst, 1895. For particulars apply to EI. A(. ESTES or J AS. W. Gt VEN'S, McKinnev, Ky. 58 1m VEAGER & YEAGER. U'HH FEED Are cordially Invited to call at the .St Asaph Hotel and esamine the machine, as well as sam pies of its work. McMUKKAY IIROS, SituaW hall 131 containing MS UK!) t-- STABLE, R. Zimm'er, -- ataniora, rvy Special Hates to Commercial Men. DR.W.B. PENNY DcntifJt. x vataieu oy Olliee South Sid. Main St.. In office reoentiv ut, s.ee r. nuuman, Stamonl.-N- y. STANFORD, first-cla- ss D. S. CAHPEXTTEB, At the well-know- n It you need livery give us a call. Nothing but for rates. turnouts will leave our stable. In our DEALER : 1N- - See us' old stand ol J. U. Green, in HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Harness, BriH aro jour repairing done by dles, Saddles, uur man he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our A-- Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky. &c. Fancy Groceries, Higgins & Watts, Dealers n ...... Has just received a beautiful line of Local Freight North.. . ... 07 pm soma Tha Utter trains alio carry passengers. The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar Ime Is about 10 minutes fatter. ....-9- 30 3)" Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Foreign and Do- All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Ky. I Call and see his stock and get his prices which Will guarantoofirst class work! and satisfactory are lower than anybodys. If you want a nice set prices. Tiy our horse shoer. of harness, a whip or a duster. A cents for DecrtDg Machines, the lightest dtafl Binder Twine for sale. machine on earth. QUEEN & CRESCENT Blue-Grass ROUTE. Vcs-tlbut- ffirMffy A'C. mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you meal wantjajfirst-class RXJSSEIX & BROWN, ....Pioprietois ........ jliv9$3b, dratted Hauth-- Going North trains pais Junction City as fol- e yestibule starts 6 a. m. lows: Limited 3:3$ p. m. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida O. Vestibule is S p. m Limited si:im. m. Local 11:55 p. m. Vestibule arrlres S:4o p. m. N 3:13. a. m. Stanford Female College. J. M. HTJBBARD, A. M., Presidont. VE1T2DOM3S first-clas- HiOTIli, Florida Blue-Gra- ss Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894. A J. M'LAl'RIN. JR KRS. M'LAt'IiJX. Mlbb D.YIbV M'LATTMN. Full corpsofConscrvatoryand Normal School teachers. Superior courses In Literature, Music taai Aii. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. forc, call on him.J Main and Danville Sta., Uustovtlle, Ky Wo have recently repainted and refurnished theltouM thtouchout and are jireparcd to accoms modate the public In style. Our Kates are very reasonable and a good table at all times. Special attention to traveling men. tlegani sample room attached. Also a Salouu with the Hotel. Call and sec us. 45 hrst-clais ksV. M W.'m w& s. Jlbsolotely Pure A cream der. strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall Street, Now York. of tarter baking powHighest of all in leavening SURGEON DENTIST. OEcaoverMcRoberts Drug Store In the new Owsley Building. Stanford. fHHb A. S. PRICE, a bright and clover lad of 11, wonderfully unspoiled considering how many sisters ho has to pet him. Tho threo eldest daughters Stolla, Delta and Daisy havo graduated with high honors nnd aro accomplished the average well educated girl. They nro nil pretty, with beautiful complexions nnd nno figures. Stella, who became last April thobrido of Dr. Berry of Jackson, Miss., was considered one of tho most perfectly beautiful girls in tho honth as well as onoof tho most talented. , Delta Upsilon, tho second, has diplomas iu foui languages besides her own, is well read in ancient and modern literature, takes a deep interest iu tho leading questions of tho day nnd talks well about them, but is rather reserved. Sho is a graceful and fearless horsewoman too. f Dait-Ellen made her dobnt last wina belle at oiico. Sho is ter and somewhat taller than her sisters, with a beautiful, erect flguro nnd flno carriage. Her complexion is exquisite, her expression bright nnd nuimated, and there aro pretty dimples iu her checks. Sho sings and plays well and recites finely. Tho other girls aro Mary, Irene, Graco and Joan, fcchoolgirls yet, and Laura, tb.o baby, a blond fairy 5 years old. ci COLLEGE HOME, CRB DR. J. S. STAPP, PRES., in and lor College F. B. RILBY,!Proprl8tor, The curriculum will be an extended one ond the drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skim- - (Residence of the late James McAUsier.) ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. Stanford, Ky. Classes will bo Instructed In Higher Mathematand KY. ics, Ilclle Lettres, Natural Science, d. MentalType ! ORCHARD. 1 have moved to my new llotsltand am bettsr Moral Science, Latin, German, Short-Han(tepared than ever to acccnninodate the public Writing, ("ivies, Music, Vocal and Good Livery attached and every convenience Instrumental, Painting, Drawing, &c. Give me a call. The first term of five months will open Sept 10, 77 fRANK RILXY. 1804, and second term will close the first week iu June. One week holiday aiJChrislmss. Assisted by a Competent Faculty. InTERMS. Tuition per terra in first glide, .... 4o oo A select school, of high grade, for the thorough cluding Latin and German .. ... Tuition in second grade 15 oo training of young ladies. A lew young gentlemen G0URIER-301MA- L Music, Piano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments of approved morals will also be admitted. so 00 furnished for practice Number limited no Idlers wanted. Painting, Drawing, Short hand, Dr. Stapp, the President, has since his gradui-tio- n Ornamental Work, all at reasonable rates. Is a ten page eight column democratic newspaper In mealcine, given his entire time and enerCollege, per week, tj.50. Good board It contain, tho best of everything going. UEN-KHoard in gies to tho building and management of Colleges In private families at reduced rates. In the South. During the past year he filled the WATTEHSON is the editor Monthly payments required. chair of Literature and Natural Sciences In No discount except fo, protracted illness. Daughters College, Harrodsburg, and Mrs. rUapp Kir further information address the President. taught Music, 'Painting, Drawing, &c, giving Thl. .t.hl. whlrK la ntn n fAHM.lAM DR. JOHN S. STAPP. ..k .k. general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. makes n The WEEKLY COURIEIt-JOUKNACrab Orchard, Ky. Slyers House, has been supplied with Si very liberal terras to agrntt, and gives lire premiums for clubs Sample copies olthe paper and A Now Lot of Horses, four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address. Write to Buggies, class-work. Ills wife and family have received special train-in- c RZIMMER. THE RILEY HOUSE London, Kontucky. g, d. THE WEEKLY ..... HIYERS .... house Type-Writin- Y price, $ijoo a;year. L P. W. CREEN, Prop. Ixi-am- Buy Carriages, Wagons, Is ThoCOURIER-JOURNALC- O. Chemicals, Patent and Proprietory Remedies, Nervous Tonics and Headache Cure, Drugs, Medicines, LCUISV1LLP, KY. prcpai nil 'rummer's Supplies and 8 .supply the public with better than svi Ths FIR3T-0L.A8- RIGS OF AkL, KINDS. Your Toilet Articles and Perfume, Soap, Tooth druff Remover, Hair Vigor, Lotion, Dan- Semi- - Weekly Interior Journal, And The Courier-Journal Personal and promptaltsntion Parties and llurials AI HURNS.Msnsger glrtnto Weddings P.W.GREEN. Proprietor Weekly 84 v Washington. Juliette AL Babbitt. Books Wilt be sent one year to any address fer V. V. WALTON, Address SS7C. Mmferd, Ky Tho Myers House, IMW.GiIEEN, Proprietor. A Clover Writer. School Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper, School Crayon. Ky. Midland R'y? Shortest and qulckett between Stanford, : : m : Kontucky. Graco Livingston Fnrniss in her tales of Nantucket life has introduced story readers in a quaint, witty fashion to types of Now England lifo that are uniquo and picturesque. So far bIio has had this field to herself. Tho Nantucket vernacular has been attempted by a fow, -. Fcr a bnt nono has succeeded liko thiswrltor Cold, in charming our literary palate. J&efreshingVlBath, Hot or In tho last year Miss Pnrniss has ,A. stylish Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to her pen to tho lucrativo work of She believes that it has a fc Farmer's Barbor Shop. playwriting. 'Cook wonderful future for women, as fow havo entered it as a profcssi6u. It has ...IF YOU ARE GOING...... been said of her plays by critics thoy bIiow originality of conception and powok erful treatment in tho execution. Her .THE plots aro clever and tho dialoguo bright .- At W. B. MCRoberts'. -- Ciiicluunli ami Frankfort Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Paris, Onrlislo, Maysvlllo. dynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time Table Jnne 14, tt?4. No. t. TRAINS EAST. , No. 3. p. ni. a. m. Leave Franklort A 4 10 7 uo ' Summit.. .........706' 410 ' Hlknorn.....,........7 it 4 ti " Switrer 4 sS s8 " Stamping Ground.;718 4)8 Trains No. 7. p. m. 1 I am still running this n Hotel and will continue to give my guests the politest mention as well as the best the market affords, Only Direct Line bttwecn pecial Attention to tho Traveling Public. Crst-clais In order to- - When you want a turnout coma to ay Call or leave order d Reduce my Large Stoek i-- LIVERY STABLE. Prices to suit the hard times. at the Myers House Oftce Of NORTH WEST, WALL PAPER It will be sold till Nov. ist at Astonishingly Low Prices. This cludes all styles, and the patterns arc all new and desirable. 00 ! in- 110 115 14a a 00 a 33 3 00 ,; ao 3 3J 3 45 Farfflers Bank&Trnst Co OriSTANFORD.IKV., (anew fully orgsniied and ready lor business with ed and natural. It is not generally known tho author of "A Box otMonkoys" is in her twon- LouiaviiLC a YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO , MISS Arrive " " " " " " ' Johnson.... .7 j C S. Depot .1 Newton ....-- o3 Centreville........S 16 46 P"v Oeorgetown..U 7 34 4 44 4 4 740 jo 57 10 io Elitabeth I'ni.......C....... . 8 8 so 30 313 311 j 03 j j 335 Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. at 000. This Opportunity. A-1- TRAINS WEST. Nashville R. R. . FEXTlTTr. Druggist! W. B. McKinnev. Le Paris ....C Arr Elisabeth ..io Arr CtntrevUle....io Arr Newtown ArrC.S. Depot No. a. No. 4. No. 8 a. ni. p in. a. rn to 00 603 10 14 6 It the line for you, as its io aa 9 3a Daily Trains Double close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI W. H. HlGGINS. "SSSFSPed 0rW. A. MeQUOWN, Jfoha B. Cattleman. For all points. through Stanford, Kyi Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky A. G. Lanham ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL,. BABBEB&OASTLBMAN MANAGERS, wfrw GRACE L. FUIIX1SS. PLOWS 0"V JWc3 havejourfplows in and can show you the ArrGiorgctown II 1037 Arr Johnson.. 147 Arr I)uvall., .....103.1, ArrStainp'g Ground 11 co 10 Arr Switrer... Arr Elkhotn ..u 17 .,u 23 Arr Summit . 11 30 Arr Krankfcrt.-A.- -. 619 617 641 643 651 6 7 o3 13 is ,n j 747 800 b q j 830 13 I 10 j tt 790 735 je sj 005 9 Oommorce Building, Louisville .'.gents throughout the South. C7. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. San Francisco. A. Portland World's Fair Record. CHICAGO -- VIA- When woman suffrngo carries tho day this fall in Kausa--- , and women ca.t fflJlOUISVUtt MlwAl8AHTaCHIC60M((9thoir ballots for mombcrsof tho legislaJohn J. Ingalls ture, and wants to bo a senator again without tho PTJLLMA1TSA2TD rrobably not PARLOR CABS. "ex," tho lady voters willcalled woman forgot that in 1807' ho ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE Builrago "an obsccno dogma. " Ingalls, - DINING - CARS. however, refuntd at that timo to dobato RUNNING -' iijiiikiuLiiiii'ii'i ties. Sho is tall, with a wealth of hail coiled on top of a proud Uttlo head and s fastened with a jeweled pin. Mtss pponds Iter winters in Now York. Her pocial position is ono of tho best by reason of a long lino of illustrious ancestors. Sho is seen littlo in sooioty, as Bho beliovcs social dissipation moans death to ideas. Tho dainty authoress and her talented mother entertain liberally during the summer mouths at Tho Moorings, ono of tho handsomest cottages on Nnntucknt island. Every man, woman aud child hails her advent with delight, for sho is beloved by nil. Many friends has she among tho old captains. They not only excel in tolling yarns of a salty flavor, but possess an inexhaustiblo f nnd of dry humor and sarcasm which would put a town bred cynicto thownll. MissFurni's them and has a genuino yliniration-fofrankly admits they aro often material for her bowitching stories. Maud James Chilton. Fur-nisr Best Plow on the ket. For the money. Mar- A connects with L. A' N. H connects with Q A C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Kranklort 9 00 a. m; Georgetown 1000 a. m. Lve Georgetoan 1037; arrive Kranklort 11 30 p. m. Tho Kentucky Midland lUlwayand connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, East, North and West. jjKor further informstion spply to their agents. C. I). 1ILUCAW. Gen. Pass. Agent. GEO. 11. HA RI'EU, Gen. Supt SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK bTANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and undsr the same management. No. 11 11 y provisions of its chatter, depositors are ai 4 40 fully protected as ate depositors in National 443 Banks, Its shareholders being held Individually 311 liaole to the eatent oi the amount of their itoea 340 therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to the 600 amount invested in such shares. It may actas executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as anindividuaL To those who entru'dtheir bulsinets to u while mnaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and trust they wilt continue to transact their businesi with us, ottering asagusntce for prompt attsn-tio- n to same, our twenty years' experience ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. 40a coo-inte- nt J.J. NORFOLK AND Williams, Mt. Vernon; . II. Shanks, Htanfoid; J. S. Owsley, Stantord; S J. Kinbry, Stanford; J. 11. Owsley, Stantord; JV.K.. Cash, Stanford; William Goocb, Stantord; A. W. Carpeutcr,MIUedgevills, K. W. H.Cuintuuji, I'reachersvill , S. 11. Shanks, President, Dr. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. Uright, Teller. dihictors: J.. Come and sec them before you purchase. WESTERN TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP STANPORD, KV. HlGGINS & McKINNEY. Capital Stock Surplus 8200,000 21,300 F 17 23 90 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? ths Qncn snl Crest.at Kent. Is IT ralln shrrttit anl l.isluituni VJuIki ilinrwit C.ne(u) t! I . Mr-- ! rtcstt ilncatlt iN.t Orlt.ns: lu8uiIljfWt (lul.natl u ClutUncxj(, AtUou, r Jtckumv ul, 1'lorMa. OHIO, IHPIAHA, ILLINOIS, WISCOHStN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTETO THE Attention of the public !s invited to tha fac that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that dcpoiitors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. iivc .wutu luieuicnis 01 ineconaition 01 the bank are made each yearto the United States government and Its assets are examined at Itatcd times by government agents, thus securing additltons and perfect safety lo dcpoiitors. This Institution, originally established at ths Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1838, then ised as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S03 and again as the First National Bank ot Stantord in 1S81, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 31 years. It Is better supplied now with facilities for ltiniirllnirhiiiin.ii nmm ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Acccrzts of corporations, fldu- ciancs, turns and Individuals respectfully solic-te- d. ll I t M l l!wa Ciiulasall 3;in! eiu'kl til tha lateenUnlr oflln. .Vflurllle. S. 0. v Itneani that (L SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS akov. points. Thromh Cars ta Vlckilmrr s4 Phrtee-5r- U running thronpli (an Clneianati U knutvlll. .ill Direct lln. to Trias an4 Jletlco vU Nw Orltan. or la .ihrereiort. Ask agents about t urs to California. 1'rx.m Iouiirill., anl LawrcDceimr. direct connection Is msJ. at lexlnf ltlYeiUlul.J trsls t all pfllats Nroth. v,' XT. C. RtSEARSO.V, , Oea'l Pus'r Aieat, Cincinnati. 0, NOHTrf AND EAST. 'UtlMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPING AND DININO SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE CARS ta HORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAl CHEAPEST, BEST AND . WRITE TO tho question with Susan B. Anthony. to bo afraid of tho women. Ho stt-me-d QUICKEST LINE. J, K H BACON, D. P. A.,'.F.J IIEED.G.'.P.A Chicago, 111 Louisville, Ky. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. It. Paul. Wf Denver. If you havo a dimple; nothing looka illi"r than to n:i to show it. 3? fitin)i1nta Write for W. B. BCVILL, BOAlOKEaYA. .Mr.nf Irtnnv bWSIVX Aant W. fn .UH..J Cluli.i. 0....t .r W ALLEN HULL, M. Ratc, More, TIinc-Tab'c- Descrlpth f, BRAQG. lUU'Bni8,0. UOiAOLE.TA- - Tha Directory of this Hank is composed ol Foreslus Roid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, LincMu; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; jtW. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. Baughman, Lincoln; J. S . Uocker, SUnford ; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. 1 Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M. I Mlll.r H V. J S. Hocker, President; John J.,'McRoberu, Cashier; A. A. McKlnney, Annum Cashier. t .r Li,(U v st - SiJS!. kv45-- . xf iijv lr Ks.h fksj ' -' wAesyjuiKj Jt M"r-ff;- j