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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894100901 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. LANCASTER, Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1894. NO. 63 DEMOCRATICNOMINEES GEORGE CANARD COUUtf. Tho court of clalma will muot in tbo Tuesday. county court room Mr. Henry Pumphruy, ot Illinois', hna bought tho Minor property on to-da- ot for $1,000. i t t ' f i ' , Mr, WmiiSwopo is very low with ty- phoid lovor aad puuumonin at his whop b near McCrcary. Latkk. Ho illoil thia morning. Tho Harvard Quartotto will glvo a IVeilnca-dao porformnnco at tho DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. overling for tho hum-fi-t of tlioLmiicrj' TA PROCTER QAM OLE CO, C1NTI. conclave Aid Society. Wm. Beeso, of MnpBillon, O , wauta The last day was n gorgeous pageant of Itcv. J. 11. Torcy hna ordered tho divorce became his wife whips him. Ills ollVcta Hhipptnl to L'nr march and drill, though tho bedecked Tho Harrodeburg Democrat reports ltalo, Intl., and tho probabilities nro that streets, nnd when the lisbanding came tho engagement of Miss Mary, daughter ho will not return to Lancaster any time it was with conviction to nil concerned ter II. O. Bohon, to Mr. S. H Hayden. soon. that tho twofold object ofjproflt and J. M. HUBBARD, A. M.f President. George Maerr, an Indianapolis barA pntent tnedicino man struck the pleasure had been most happily accomkeeper, took too much of his medichie Sep. 4, 1894. town Snturday afternoon ami worked n plished. Wo who live ovor tho river, had and went home and killed his wife. on noveral hayBeeda, who expected yet ono more evening ofj.enjoyment Karao When he realized what he had done bo Full corpa of Coniervatory and Normal School teachera. Superior courses in Literature, Music aad to inako a (ow eheckols on the fakir'a among tho varied social and musical t. Or "Thompsio" nsoverybody calls him, blew his own worthless head oil. An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues nnd circulars furnlihed on application. "Koneroua" offera. It is said tho follow tractions of tho city, then hiod.usj away was born in Uustonville nnd lived thero Mr. Ambrose P. Hunn and Mips Eva to life's duller roend of duty at home, all his life, till he was elected county Reynolds, daughter of our excellent went away about 75 nhead. His wife and family have received special train-ir- e in and lor College Mlsa Cora Jones, of Monticello, is full of memories to feast upon fas tho clerk In 1SSG over a field of good ones. countyman, Mr. Cicero Reynolds, eloped 1 hocurriculum will be an extended one end the - days go ono by one. Ho made himself so solid during his first to Jeffereonville last week and were mardrill will be thorough no whitewashing-- no skimtho Ruest of Mlsa Jennlo West at Gll(Residence of the late James McAllster.) ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. term that no ono dared opposo him, eith- ried. The I. J sends its congratulations bertu Oreok. Mr. and Mrs. Joe 8wope, Classes will be instructed in Higher MathematML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY- - er in his own party or in the republican nnd wishes the - KY. ics, Belle Lettres, Natural bcience, Mental and called hero by telof Indianapolis, wero i happy pnir plain Hailing CRAB ORCHARD, Moral Science, Latin, German, Type Writing, Hook.KecpiDg, Civics. Music, Vocal and egraph to tho bechldo of their eon, Will, of life. liev. Hardin flllt-his pulpit, hero party, and h was elected county clerk over the Instrumental, Painting, Drawing, &c. t, again in lS00.In this good year of our who is quito sick. Mrs. T. M. Mary Thurman, daughter of Hon. Sunday. The first term five S. PRES., 1894, and second ofterm months will open Sept. jo, will cloie the first week in of Frankfort, Bpont Sunday with Quito a number of our people wero Lord in 1894, he oflered again for the Allen G. Thurman, of dtiio, running June. One week holiday attChristmas. Assisted by a Competent Faculty. nomination and was given n clear track, mate for tho presidency with Cleveland TERMS. Tuition per terra in first giade, inMrs. Marksbury. Mrs. Olaudo Tuttle, of In Louisville last week. ..$ao oo A select school, ofhigh crade, for the thorough cluding Latin and German Chicago, is here to trim in Hemphill A. Mrs. Margaret Fish, who has botn and again was made his party's standard in 1SSS, is shortly to wed an ball Tuition in second grade . 15 00 young ladies. A oun bearer. The republicans havo put up a player, at San Diego, Cal., named Holli-da- training of morals will also lewadrrlttrd. Music, Piano, Organ, Guitar, instruments Btore. Tho Rental Gus very ill, is soma better. Go's, millinery br of approved furnished for practice ao 00 Number limited no Idlers wanted. Short hand. Painting;, Drawing, Hoftnann, proprietor of Crab Orchard She has been twice married and Soverul parties havo left this county very nice man to oppose him, but he is Dr Stapp, the President, has since hts graduaWork, reaonable not in it n littlo bit and no one else would twice divorced, descending in the social tion in medicine, given his entire time and ener- Ornaarntal College,all at week, S3.50.rates. board Springs, was in town ono day last week. in tho laat week for the West. Doard in per Good gies to the building and mansKementol CollfK year he filled the in private families at reduced rates. in the South. During the J. W. Smith shipped two car loadB bo with popular, blgvheurted, capable scale with each change of men. To thoso who havo been coopeu up In Monthly payments required. chair of Literature and Natural Sciences In and accommodating Thompsio Cooper in Tho society event of tho week in Daughters College, Ilartodsburg. and Mrs. rtapp No itiscount except fo. protracted illness. for the an ofllco for a year or two, a brief outing of cattle from this county Kt.r further information address the President. &c. the field. taught Louisville will bo the marriage Wednes- general Music, lainting. Drawing,pupils. giving To Kt away for a few Cincinnati market. is a DR. JOHN S. STAPP, satisfaction to patrons and. Coming into tho oillco with but little day of Miss Milhrey, tho beautiful and Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 Mr. K. G. Williams, ono of our hours from tho cares of buslners, and oxperieuce, Mr. Cooper soon caught on cultured daughter of Editor Henry n thochaffof thestreut loafere, to breathe brightest young attorneys, isj.attending nnd continuing to improve, ho is now as to Mr. W. A. Miller, a prominent the puro air of the early morning as you the new law school nt Danville. Is to carry you to James Lawrence, who has been in good a clerk as eyer made out a fee bill. young"T5u8iness man. Tho bride will wait for tho train that But everybody knows Thompsio and wear an elegant gown of white eatin now scenes andnower (aces Is equivalent jail some mouths, mado his escape from everybody is going to vote for him, so it Duchesne, and her vail will bo a miracle Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent and Proprietory to a sojourn at tho sea shore that is en- - trie gunrds who had him lu charge on Remedies, Nervous Tonics and Headache Cure, - their way to Somerset, from a 0. S. train ia needless to expatiate ou his many of tho ', nrt. It is tho gift of joyed only by our moro favored brcthsterling qualltiesof head and heart. Suf her relative, Bishop Watterson, of Coold near that place. ern. Tho usual routine, tho luitnu Tho South Kiatern Medical Society fice it to say that he Is hs e'ever as ho is lumbus, Ohio, and is large enough to falj grind day in and day out naturally warna competent and as good a democrat as ho in long graceful folds over the wedding tho sunniest of dispositions. We folks will meet at Mt. Vernon next Friday, is Toilet Articles and Ferfume, Soap, Tooth Lotioq, Dan- either. dress. The border shows a beautiful dewho live in tho small, Inland Kentucky 12th. The meeting promises to bo one druff Remover, Hair Vigor, Mr. Cooper isn paterfamilias by a larce sign in rosrs and lpaves. Her bouquet villages havo our plans mapped out for of iuterest and the local profession has majority. When we interviewed him months ahead. We ro to bed at 0 o'clock, made arrangements to give their Monde few days ago, he said he had five chil- will be of white carnations. a n, pleasant time. I frequently Bee in tho papers that to tho Ret up to breakfast at 7.30, ro dren, but a reference to our local col- "Mr. Soanso was married to Miss Soan-btho mail, read tho ppprs answer School Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper Thelvanhoe tunnel, now nearly com- umns will show that lie hax n round half The wedding was a quiet affair.'' of tho day hofore, talk to our neighbors School Crayon. poems to be atdozen now. In fact he That kinder inakes me tired. Nobody who drop in far a friendly chat, go to pleted, from Busk, near Leadville, to to found nn infant industry of expected that on entering the church dinner at 12 o'clock sharp, go back to tho Ivanhoe, Col., will bo tho third in tempting around sleepily un- length in tho United States, being sur his own, and asks no "protection" either. the bridegroom fired a bull at the sex oillco or tore, inopo wife was Miss Amandti Cook, daugh-o- r ton from his five shooter, jumped over 3 til tho afternoon mail arrives, look over parsed only by the Hoosac tunnel and by His of tho late James M. Cook, and she or 1 bencUes with his intended bride, the morning papers that reach us 12 hours the Boulder tunnel, in Montana. It Is even a hotter woman than he is a man, walked a k over the organ k after publication, lock up tha ofllce, jto 9,400 feet long, aud owing to the great a In order to- ors will be plac- which is a compliment greater than any and threw a brick at his mother-in-laaround town, Hit on tho goods boxes In altitude 10,800 bo paid hr. jnst before the minister begins tying the front of tho stores, whittle, tell anecdotes, ed at each end to excludo snow, and tho that could knot, and, nfter the ceremony, the new and to bed. This is tunnel for several hundred feet from ro to supper at six THOMAS 0. NEWLAND. ly married couple ran a foot race to the by prayer meeting on Wednesday either en rtuo j h to bo heated by steam varied delivery wagon that was waiting for night and an occasional "show," at tho Work was begun in August, 1SD0. l Of " them. What else but a quiet alfair whb Such Is the rulo of exAbraham Lincoln was undoubtedly expected? Columbia Spectator. istence in tho average small town. Wo the tallest President. ,IIo was six feet For onco the I. J. acknowledges to our society meetings, four inohes in height. The shortest have our lodges, ! being ingloriously left on a pleasant piece occasional political speech or a pro- was prodably Benjamin Harrison, an of news. Teu days ago, Mr. G. S. Sheltracted meeting. Vunlturen and John Adams f This inby, farailliarly known as Jock and a son It will be sold till Nov. 1st at Astonishingly Low Prices. When a Congressman "happens" lnt were very short men. Tho oldest Prenl-deupon hi in all new and desirable. conof Col. Isaac Shelby, obtained the cludes all styles, and the patterns are tho entire populace rushes was William Henry Harrison, who sent of Mies Laura Hubble to go with "en mnaso" to hear the latest news from was OS years and I month old when inhim to Lexington and consummate their tho front and to hang upon his words as augurated; tho youngest was Graut, who H z!mjZ k. hopes by marriage. They went, they rare jewels of intellectual worth and was not quite 17 years old. This Opportunity. married, they returned as happy as a pair thoso of his political opinions nudge nnd Gen. Grant was called Old Throe of turtle dovea to the home Mr. Shelby wink at each other, while they prod us Stars in allusion to his symbols of rank, had prepared for his bride. Tho groom of tho opposite faith with their umbrel- also Uncle Rim Grunt, Unconditional ispf VSaSr? walking canea. IUh word ia taken Surrender, United Sates and United We is a fine young gentleman of good busilas or ness qualifications, while Miss Laura is W. H. HlGGINS. gospel truth and woo bo unto tho cav- - Stand Grant. as W. B. McKinney. Fifty dead bodies, vicSpeaking of running men, Tom a lovely young lady, sure to make nima iler, who doubts tho accuracy of his tims of the wrecks occuring en tho reefs is the "runntngett" one that thia worthy help meet. May they always be statements. during the recent storm, have been Pythian faith, washed nskoro on tho islands around county over developed. Away hack in happy in each other's love and after Well, wheu woof tho were notified of tho conclave at LoxIiir-- t Key West. The dead are sailors from tho 1878, a green and gawky looking country climbing hand and hand tho hill of lifo man, entered the fieju for tho democratic together, may they rest together at the jn, thoro wero hurrylngs to and fro and vessels deetroed. Vu-- I nomination for jailer. Nobody thought he foot in peace and contentment. tho clans gathered to arrange for the A writer estimates that tho news- wra in tho race, but ho went about in hia orm Hank to attond In a body. A com- paper publishers in the United States, Wisconsin Central Lines. mittee secured a special train and a long spend annually 217,000,000 for news. quiet easy way and mado so many friends that ho distauced the nino contestants was enrolled, of thoso who Hat of names Through line from Chicago to St. Paul There nro 35,000 persons engaged upon for the honor and passed under tho string would certainly attond. Hut, as usual nnd Minneapoli?,making close connection Jcl havejourjjplows in and can show you the editorial work ou daily aud weekly pa an easy winner. Since then ho has had linen running to all this ono had to stay at home, because largest paper bill in the Uni- plain sailing. Thero wero four aspirants (no transfor) with paers. Tho points in Minnesota, North and South "l'a" couldn't be at the storo and that ted States ia tho Xew York World's, to Bucceed him in 1SS2, but Newland got Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Caltho other ono had a Bick wife or child, which amouuta to $070,000 per annnm. there again in fine shape. Ho and his ifornia, aud Pacific Coast points. The had a nng that had snagged herself on a -, A Georgia editor, in a tit of desperafriends then thought itlwas time for pro- direct lino to all points in Eastern, MidAc. When tho long wlro fence, Ac, day arrlvod a small cotorlo of the tion, dashed off tho following: "The motion bo in 1SS0 lrt offered for sheriff dle, Northern and Western Wisconsin, faithful assembled at tho station fully nn wind bloweth, the water tloweth, the and no ono could be found to oppose Ashland, Duluth and all Lake Superior hour ahead of time. Tho train pulled farmer sowoth, the subscriber oweth him. Again in 1SSS ho ran for tho Bame points.'. Double Dailythrough train serFor full In and wo wero soon on our way. At aud tho Lord knoweth that we are iti oillco and for a second time ho was given vice with first class equipment. For the money. Come and see them before you purchase. Since tho expiration of that particulars address any Ticket Agont in we Increased our crowd nnd need of our duet). So come a runuiu' ere a each town when wo pulled Into the depot at Lexing- we go gunnin', this thing of dunnin' term he had not sought ofllco till this tho United States or J. O. Pond, General time, when he onteied tho contest for Passenger Agont, Milwaukee, Wis. ton there wno quito a distinguished Rives ua the blues." caps, tho Tho governor has appointed Hon. tfio sheriffalty, with Sam M. Owens and crowd wearing tho Two Llvoa Snvod. buttons, II, K. Hay, of Boyle, a delegate from James A. Givens. Tho raco was a spiri regulation uniforn with silvor Mrs Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., wa d galore. A committee re- thia district to the State immigration ted one, nnd again tho 'pluuie of regalia et cetera told by her doctors she had consumption and tha hope for waived In the foro front, tho un- thero was uoDiscovery her, but two bodies of Or ceived ua and tho kejs of tho city wero convention at Louisville, Oct. 21. Hon. completely cured her and King's candidate of tho she saysNew it saved her life. Mr. Ihos. Kggcrs, 119 promptly placed In our hands. Aladtn, O. II. Waddlo is oppolnted from tho 11th beaten and uubeatablo , San Francisco, suffered from a dreadt lorida democratic party for sheriff of Lincoln ful cold,btapproaching consumption, tried without with his wonderful lamp and his RMiii 'district. result everything else then boucht one bottle ol county. prfnlil have done no more for us than Dr. King's Ntw Discovery and in two weeks was There ne medicine to oitcn needed in every Mr. Newland s success as a candidate cured, lie is naturally thankful. It is ucu retheso open heArted, hospitable, Tythians home ana so admirably adapted to the purposes sults, of which these are samples, that provo the Pun 'it i nml nitizens of Lex Baton. Saxton's fa (or which Hardly intended, at Chamberlain's lume for political boners, ia duo to a native wonderful efficacy of this medicine in coughs and a week passes but what l'alra. to approach uion and colds, free trial bottles at A. K. Penny's Drug of mouaband discoursed sweet music fori member oi the family hai ueeiby it. A toothache knowledge of how Store. Keguiar size 50c and Ji. alI or headache may be cured it. A touch ol parade, and tho headquarters of the rheumatism or neuralgia quloted. The severe mako lasting Iriond8 of them. He the pain of auburn oracald ptomptly relieved and the ways knowa exactly after he talks with a Electric Dtttors. various lodges at tho principal hotels tore Sealed in much Icta time than when medicine This remedy is becoming so v. ell known and so ia going to vote, and right be lent popular as to need no special mention. All who wero soronaded tltno and again. Strains hai to bebefore lor. A aprain may whichpromptly man how he inflamatioa sets in, iuturea now ho can tell to within 50 of how nave used Electric Hitters sin; Uie same son? of treated WHAT DOES IT MEAN? ot tho latest popular alra wero caught up a euro in about the time Otherwiio re praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it ii immedi musically inclined and tho peri quired. Cuta and biulaei should receive swollen, many votea ho is goiug to get. In every guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Llectric Items II nun by tho Itpeani that IMQntfn nt Cniteot il.urtest Is Clnetauutl itiertMlt ate treatment uciore me pans become C!a.mr4tl aud Lixinstvui Sluilci worthy Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and KidS Miles ) Ttt t Uuttuistl tu Mt Orlcsiui and irrepressible whistler was on which can only be dona when Pain Halm it kept capacity he has proven himself neys, will remove Pimples, Uoils,Salt Rheum and patetic itluhmt tbjUUiiuojs.AUiuti. or Jacksonville, loriJj.ull ilwrUit (furfuiatlu at hand. A aore throat may be cured before and faithful, and we haven't a doubt other affections caused by Impure blood; will every street corner. Their ability was becomes terioua. A tioubleaome corn may br r system and prevent as malaria again bo given drive as cure all from the fevers. For cure of Head, it twice a day for a week or SOLID VESTIBULED TWAINS malarial well successively nnd successfully tried on movod Aby applying may be cured and several daya that gonnlno worth will lame back two. ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric and of valuable time aaved or a pain in the side or its deserts in a triumphant election. l iwkii ell of the above points. Throosa Cms to risksVer in EhrtTe- " Dltters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money "After tho Ball," runnipir inroacn tin imruHwi v mw.w Oulr cheat relieved without paying a doctor bill. Pro No man deserves more cradlt for getrelunded. Price 50c and Ji per bottle at A ,R. TaJ tn.t V. len vlft V OrlfUll .U'unUlr, X. C. 1.1 ... "Sweet Marie." "On with tho dance euro a so cent bottle, at oncoanJ you will never Asv uxtnU aWlLmrsto California. Kruoi Ionliilllc. Penny's drug store. ting on in tho world than Mr. Newland. hhelVtllle ani Lav ronrtliurv, direct cranectiun Is inaJi) at Lciinttta Jet joy bo unconfined" was the motto regretlt. UUvUlulea trains ta all pouHibouUi. For sale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, druggist, StanEvery mother should know that croup can be Hia parents wero 'poor and after hia fathand everybody joined in to make our ford. The first symptoms of true .croup is Oen'l Tais'r Aft, Cincinnati. O. er's death, when he was eight years old, Erevcntcd. This is followed by a peculiar rough visit pleaBunt and thorough enjoyable. would rather trust that medicine than any ho became his mother's mainstay and cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy.ts given "I QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. freely as soon as the child becomes boarse or even Tho reports at headquarters, tho doctor I know of ,"sas Mrs. Hattle Mason, of in speaklnc ot Chamber, helped her to support the family of six alter the cough has developed it will prevent the fcc, wero gone through Chilton, Carter Co , Alo., Diarrhoea Remedy, committees, , Colic, Cholera and attack. tin's aud sisters', all yctinger than For sale bv. Dr. S. C. Hocker, druggist, Stanwith nnd then came the ball at tho I'hre. 95 and 5a cent bottles for salo by Dr. S. G, brothers Ho was born in Jessumine ford. himself. drugglit, Stanford. nix. This celebrated hostelry was In Hpcker, court-hous- y gala attire and promptly at 0 o'clock, tljo ball room began to fill and soon tho opening dance attracted tho attention of those of us who tripped tho light fantastic. Saxton, tho Immortal, was at hia best and merrily ran the Inspiring gamut of tho Washington Post, tho Liberty Bell, nnd all tho dance reportoiro now in vogue. Lovely lassies and uniformed Knights helped on tho brilliant eceno and when the weary head at last sought the downy pillows of hospitable homes, It was to dream of pleasant relaxations from the graver exercises of tbo grand B. UOOPER, M 1& t county, Nov. 30, 1818, but came to Lincoln nt an early age. His wife was Mips Eliza Menefee, a sister of Sheriff J. N. Menu fee, and a most excellent woman. They too have done thoir part towards n peopling tho world, as already eight have blessed their union. Mr. Nuwland is a good Baptist, a faithful Odd Fellow, a true Knight of Honor and an unswerving democrat, to be either of whirli stamps him as an honorable gentleman. d chi'-drchigh-tone- ' 99&0 7SPURE , Stanford Female College. Next Session Kejjins Tuesday. COLLEGE HOME, DR. J. STAPP, class-wor- k. , Short-Han- d. d a- -a Good-nlch- ox-ba- y. Type-Writin- pt to-da- God-sou- d. Wat-terso- Buy lace-worke- r's Your pot-offic- e, Books o. At W. B. MCRoberts'. -- cake-wal- feet-do- Reduce my Large Stoek "court-house.- nt wd6 WALL - PAPER YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS mW?' New-lan- d PLOW K6Ib ed Best Plow on the War- walk-ove- r. buo-toppe- d HlGGINS & McKINNEY. New-lan- F 17 23 90 m j 109 one-thi- rd 119- 1 1 -- "Boom-de-ayo- 1! AP ...,., vIbI-tfn- g m r7rfrJK,ll,S7' v .p; -' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Stanford Ky., - October 9, 1894 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. It CONGRESS, JAS. n. JI'CREAUY J AS. WALKER OIVENS O. B. COOLER For County Judge " Clerk " Attorney-.- .. Sheriff. it h t it- it, t. f N ' IP las I r ft blui" r:rr It I; I t satisfied with his trip. His roadster mare, Ella B., wns shown three tiiiifB it you trade at the Louisville Store that is the p'acc where you only Senator Hill has at last accepted the stated. and wore two blue tien, worth $175. pay for what you buy and don't help to pay for what somebody else nomination for governor of New York, Tho officials of 73 Western rallroeda Thero wore from 10 to 16 entries In each has bought and wont or can't pay for. Read the following quotations: which means that he ia going to bo elect will meet at St. Louis, Oct. 10, to considabolishing free trans- ringaho Bhowed. Ladicsl Muslin Underwear, fine gowns 75c, worth 51.25, fine gowns ed. His assertion that the duuiocracy er the question of Boreal) Scott Xmuiati'e2 year-old having atood by him in prosperity and portation. that proved himself a great race horse at Si, worth Si. 75. A large assortment of gowns, chemise, drawers sunshine and that he would not desert George W. Wolf has broken tho reTerro Hauto, was distanced in tho first and skirts in prices from 50c up. Foster's hook Kid Gloves, pSc for it in ita hour of danger and emergeucv is cord by riding a bicyclo from Chicago to heat of tho Futurity at Lexington Satur- this week. Linen collars in different styles at same the Sencuffs 15c cents, vory well made, but all the 7 New York in six days eight hours and day. Bermuda Girl won, Impetu- worth ator didn't accept the honor thrust upon thirty minutes. 25c. Extra heavy cotton socks worth 15c. Extra ous second. Best time 2.20. Oakland him till he had taken a full inventory of Charles A. Van Auder, manager of floor oil cloth 20c, worth 35c. A big line of Baron was a hot favorite the situation and knew exactly how the the Columbian Fire Insuranco Co. of Henry of Navnrre, owned by Byron land lay. He is a very astute politician Louisville, before tho assignment, has McClelland, of Lexington, won tho trl is Burd brought suit for salary and expenses. and we take it for granted that he angular raco at Morris Park Saturday of success or he would not have tempted Charles Day was burned to death Clifford was gecond and tho heretofore Just received, 90c up, mens' boots all prices $1.25, 1.50, 2, 2.50 up defeat. Judge Charles F. Brown has while trimming an electric lamp on a Quotations shows that the prico of pole at Boston, One man was killed and great Domino 100 lengths behind. Disbeen nominated for tho court of appeals to 5, ooys boots 75c, 90c, Si, 1.50 up to S2.25. Hoys' felt hats, 1H miles; timo 1:52. Domino was in the place of Judge Gaynor declined. granulated sugar has not increased under another fatally hurt while trying to res tance ioc. Mens blue and brown crush hats 40c. Mens derby In the latopoven money against the field. tho new tariff law, and cue him. It is stated that the administration at erations tho governmentyet under aits will get reveD. O. Terhuno had 121 mulo coltB, est shapes from one dollar up. Some of the magnets which Washington will use its influence for tho The Czar of Rnssia is hopelessly afattract ticket, which notwithstanding Morton's nue of $43,000,000 a year. Under the flicted with Bright's disease and other all mares hut 13, delivered to him Tuea the crowds. Mens' and young mens' New Fall Suits in all the new"barl" and alledged democratic diocon McKinley law the trust was given that deadly ailments and is preparing to go day at nn average of $46 GO. At Merrltt's est patterns. Our facilities for handling large lines of goods permits rebought 3 Hnd 1,000 tent, is going to be elected as Bare as roll amount instead of the people. In the way of all flesh by writing a sort of sale us to buy cheaper and of course to sell cheaper than any other house pealing tho McKinley bill the democrats political testament lb. steers 3; corn in heap $2 10 to $2.25. ing off a log. are entitled to the greatest praise, even Nothing so well demonstrated this fact as county grand jury has D. M. Bowman sold 50 Shrnpshiredowu in Stanfoid. The Marion Tub democratic committee in the 11th if they did not give ua quite all we hopeight indightmonts against the sheep at 2 for ow.es and 21 for bucks. returned district met with Ohairman R. M. Jack-so- n ed. Louisville and Nashvillo railroad for sl- Walter Terhune bought 45 mulo colts tit at London and directed that the dem. $1S.53. Hnrrodsburg Democrat. Editor Bledsoe, of the Barbourville ipped discrimination in freight rates ocrats in each county meet at their re A big crowd attended court yesters Last week when the prices on onr new goods were much lower than next Thursday, News, "seen" fit in his laBt issue to go against the city of Lebauon, spective will be able to pay day, but business was as a general thing MesFoster 11th, at 1 o'clock, to select delegates to a for Editor Davison, of tho Pinevillo dull. There were about 125 cattle on tl.o the prices asked for old carried over stock by other houses. dollar aud tho clainiB The convention to be held at Middleeboro, senger, because he "seen fit" to criticise 40centsonthe market. A lot of steers brought 2 27; suits were especially selected for the best and most stylish dressers of Tho arraignment omount to $ 21,000. Tho settlement with Oct 16, at 11 a. m , for the purposo of the Knox countfair. once. This butcher fctuff, 1 j to 2c. A bunch of shetp the city. Not an up to date style missing. nominating a democratic candidate for is pretty terrific, but tho onslaught on the creditors will begin at They aac made up in secretary was withdrawn at $1 aud a lot of hoj.8 T"rrtoL-- c e . .l ,1..UI i Congress. Each county is entitled to one tho mother tongue is murderous in the great financier was Harrison's uww oi.ml. were taken down at 4.S0. Plug horets - .,....,, w....w, Klli auiiw auu uuulmc turcosicu, rounu and square first degree. Mr. Bledsoe ought to med of the treasury. vote for oyery 100 cast for Olevelaud and were dull at $10 to $35. A fow mule colts corners. Severe snow storms accompanied by Stevenson in the last election. The itate a moment with Roswell Smith, fold privately at $20 to $10. followed by heavy rains woods are full of candidates, among Lindley Murray and others of the old high winds and were reported in North Dakota, South standards. MT. XENIA. whom, the following are more favorably western part of Minnmentioned: Gilbert 0. Garrard, of Clay, Notwithstanding the injunction the Dakota and the The pony of Guy Hundley died of Look at our S3, last night 4 and $5 Overcoats, Actually worth double the Gov. J. It. Hindman, of Adair, John D. republican committeo went a head and esota Sunday. In Nebraska the indications were for a blizzard, while colic the other day. money. of Whit-loy- , declared David G. Colson the republican Black, of Knox, G. A. Denham, All the old ladies iu this section are Galveston, Texas, storm signals were 0. H. Waddle, of Somerset, and nominee for Congress in the 11th dis- displayed. grumbling about the ha wks stealing their George E. Stone, of Casey. trict and if Judge Jones has the back, The Bell County Coal and Improve- chickens. bone, ho will maintain the dignity and ment Co. sought to keep from paying Coon hunters have been very suc The colored voters of Loxingtion held authority of the bench by shutting the tho 30 cents levied upon the property of cessful recently in finding game along a meeting and resolved not to vote for last one of them in jail. Col. Adams all white persons of the Finevillo dis tho Hanging Fork bottoms. KTT., George Denny for Congress, because he will run nntil the final election and bo trict, on the ground that it was not a Mr. A. G. T. Smith ia making exten made a Bpeech a few years ago, in which will John D. White. natural person and had no color, but the sive improvements to his dwelling, near A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor he said that the negroes were a millstone was tho old Giyens church, and gossip per s around the neck of the republican party. Judge Jones modified his injunction court of appeals decided that it T; D. RANEY, Manager. aver that eomo young lady is going to do The Leader puts on a bold front and Bays against the republican committee in the "white" and must pav. well. Mr. F. D. Myers is also building "let 'em go to the democratic party," but 11th by permitting it to count the vote FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. aa addition to his residence. if all the colored voters in the district of the primary, but not to declare it unThere was reared near oM Mt. Xcnit should refrain from voting for Donny, less the court of appeals reverses his deMary Best has .won over $10,000 this A Democrat, tried and true, "where would he be at?" .Take away cision. The report from Middlesboro year. And It you'll givt me your attention 2:10 for the negroes and there is hardly a corpor that Col. Adams has withdrawn from Nineteen pacers have beaten I'll Introduce him now to you. al's guard of republicans in tho 7th dia the race is evidently a very weak inven- tho first time this year. In ability he's Solomon, trict. Diablo has a yearling brother that In patience a second Job, tion of the enemy. My stock of la courage another Davla has oaced a half in 1:10. The populistic idea is still prevailing official robe. He'd adorn any Farmer Logan, the elongated hayseed, George Baker bought in Pulaski in Georgia and it causod the democratic who divides his time between raising eight fat heifers and steers at 2J. In this brief Introduction f majority to be materially cut down. The Many wordi I (hall not uie, Fantasy, 2:06, is expected to reduce populists elected 60 of the 175 members children and pumpkinB at Anchorage gentleman it now before you The record at Lexington. of the House and 7 of the 44 Senators. and editing tho Louisville Times, and the Prof. Matthew Dawion Hughe. who has kept tally, Bays: The hoargood stock hogs, 150 H3. Fifty or 00 Sustaw The silver question cut a big figure. Speaker Crisp advocated a return to sil frost this morning was on schedule time, for sale. Bright & Carter, Bright's Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and sec me. DEATH'S DOINCS. ver coinage and Secretary Hoke opposed the average date of its first appearance- Mill. OcNelson a( Portland, being Col. John Bailey, father of Sherill' J. Directum beat it, so the unusual spectacle of democrats here during the past 22 years tober C. Maine, in three straight heats, best time M. Bailey, of Boyle, died Sunday. speaking against each other was seen 2:0S. Tho wife of Rev. Fred D. Hale died and the populists got the advantage of TifB two ladies, Mieses Ava and Mol. Love Lillard bought of Jones, of at Owensboro after a short illness. She the foolish division. lie Kees, who have started a republican yesterday, 10 head 1,000 lb. feeders leaves five children. We arc receiving a full line of piper at Grayson, say they are "not in at 3c. Mrs. Ros Vortner Jeflery, the poet-03Tiiere are wars and rumors of wars in the shape they desire or expect soon to The 2:00 horse will cross the wire 111 the old world, but the end is not yet. It to be." Perhaps after they do a little and authoresH, died at her home at feet ahead of tho one that trots or puces Lexington, aged GSyoars. is said that Frauce and England, the "making up" and get their "forms" to in 2:03$. Cock and the Bull, are about to fight Mrs. Katu Garrett, the aged mother press, they may assume the shapo they with Madagaster, a miserable island off long J. W. Simpson, of Garrard, bought of Messrs. J. M. and J. W. Garrett, tb to have. 1 10 coast of Africa, as the bone of contensome scrub cattle here yesterday of Dan well known horbemen of Woodford, dltd tion. England is also sending Saturday. Two deaths were on Sunday added to Holman at 2. Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. to Corea to protect their subjects the remarkable necrology of the year, The managers of Fleetwood Park Mr. 8. M. Carrier, deputy postmaster there, and that may also involve her in that of the well known poet and author, are trying to arrange a race botween Alix at Walnut Flat, who had been ill of tywar. the Japan-Chiphoid fever, died Friday morning, aged Dr. Oliyor Wendell Holmes, which oc- and Directum. The Winchester Democrat says that 61. Ho was a good citizen and much and of Gov. A. G. Judge Jonks made the temporary in- curred in Boston, governor of Pennsyl- a Clark county farmer sold his corn at $2 thought of by his neighbors. Five r Can sell them at prices never brfore known, We makcall of our junction against holding a primary elec- Curtin, the war was six children, including Mr. J. W. Car- ownjpipc and can fit any stove. 83, tho statesman a barrel on the etalk. vania. The.poet tion in the 11th district permanent and SO. Flying Jib reduced the pacing record rier, tho Rowland hotel keeper, survivo enjoined the committee from certifying to l:58i at Chillicothe, O., a few; days him. the result of last Saturday's election. It is said that Senator Gorman is suf ago. He had a running mate. The principal ground of the injunction fering from Bright's disease, and has acDanville. Mrs Levi Hubble has Wm, Rue's handsome stallion, rented tho residence of B. G. Boyle, corwas the failure to give the notice the cepted his physicians' advice to refrain premwon the Btallion roadster ner Fourth and Broadway. Mr. Henry time requirod by law. Mr. Colson pray- from active political work. Is the ad- ium at St. Louis over a field of 20. B. Hackley, of this city, has been aped an appeal to the court of appeals so vice had been given earlier and obeyed A Missouri farmer and stockraiser the end is not yet the cause of democracy would have prof- eayB that turpentine applied externally pointed Consular Agent for the United States Government at Sierre Mojndo, ited. and internally will cure hog cholera. The long drawn out struggle between Mexico, and will leave for his post of du- Parlor Lamps in great variety. Poland-ChiHandsomest line ever brought to -- H. O. Minnis'aale of 100 NEWSY NOTES. Judge John R. Grace, of Trigg, for the ty in about 10 days. L. S. Logan, the 111., was at an hogs at Sharpsburg, Stanford. We also lead in nomination in the appellate judgeship The average annual expense of Yale average of $20.10. Borne brought oyer druggist, has sold out to Logan Denny, First district, was ended on the 105th students last year Was $1,132. of Lincoln county. W. W. Wiseman $70. . . ballot. His opponents were White, BishThe loss at Little Rock by tho tor Register says tnere has bought of Mrs. Virginia King her The Richmond op and Yeamana and they were only able nado is estimated at $500,000. were 1,600 cattle on the market there residence on Broadway for 16,500. A t to prevent an early nomination by com Gov. Brown has designated Friday, coartday, many changing bands at 4 tal of 750 voters registered here yestery bining. Judge Grace is said to be day 4 10 republicans, 321 democrats, 10 November 0, as Ardor Day in Kentucky. csnLfl worthy and well qualified. Salisbury says that no horse that independents giving the republicans a children of John Chandler, colFour Smitbso-niCall and See a Beautiful Line. wears hopples should bo called a pacer majority of only 89 in tho city. AdvoToe most unkindest cut of all is the ored, were burned to death at and that he wants none of them in bis cate, Ala. reference by the Louisville Post to the m In p fire that destroyed $90,000 worth string. Oct. 10. 17 and 18. One fare for tho .Times, as tho vermiform appendix of the A belt in one of tbo big, flouring rounu Courier-JournaIn the human anato. of property at Detroit six fireman lost trip 10 uicnmonu, va,, and remills at Minneapolis contains 200 cow- turn and also to Old Point Comfort my the surgeons have found no possible their lives. and About 41,000 voters registered in hides. It is 260 feet long, and weighs return via. tho Chesbiako & Ohio Rail use for that appendix and Brer Knott ia : : tonl way, the only line from the West to evidently of opinion that ''the Times is Louisville and a good democratic majori- ovor a of tho Bport will Many of our lovers ty is shown. Cities. Visit the Virginia State as useless in the newspaper make up, Dealers in- Fanny Chinn, the famous colored attend tho great Lexington trots this Fair, inspect the cheap farm lands of tho making speech- singer, is in a Chicago asylum, suffering week, which presents a splendid pro. Old Dominion where the climate is Hon. W. O.Bradley is very : gram each day. es in the 0th, 10th and 3d districts, but from alcoholism. nearly perfect.where there are no cy2 secpacers are Mrs. Wiley White was beaten to The may bet your bottom dollar bo will you clones, drouths or blizzards, and where divisAlso not orate In the 5th. He and the Hon, death by an unknown man near Faln-vill- onds ahead of the there are unequalled markets for all Directly's record being 2:073 and kinds of farm and gardon products. ion; this State. Walter Evans do not aseimulate any more A great battle expected at Ngan Whirligig's 2:10. than water and oil and his opinion of the Address G. W. Barney, G. r. A., LexLouisville icicle could hardly be express will, it is delieved, decide the result of F. K. Hurst has shipped 2, 500 ington. 'ed in decent language. e bushela of potatoes during the past few the eastern war. The departure of a pair of preachers he purchased at 45 cents per weeks, In a fight about a woman Editor Dycue, of London, says Edit- Tree, Ark., Win. Undorhill at Marked bushel. that and a couple of hogs at the same timo Woodford Sun and James or Douglas; of Williamsburg, is "too conreported that tho sulky in lead the people of the McAfee neighborIt is template" for bim to notice. A republi- Carter were killed. An undertaker in Kansas City with which Alix went her great mile at hood in Mercer county to think that tho who Is too "contemplate" for can editor Suits, Parlor Goods and Chairs. Columbus was made of aluminum and first pair took the last pair and much must o vav.. Man f nnatnA.. ailnn.tl.Aa. another republican editor feeling is manifested. weiglfed only 21 pounds. kick the bucket we do the rest. ' W. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. be in the middle ot a very bad fix. -- Auessor Jailer... ...T. D. J. B. PAXTON NEWLAND E. D. KENNEDY ..O. W. DEHORD est kind of a man and one wo admire greatly, "but he will talk through his hat, a very bad habit of which he ought to break himself. Ho was oyer in Cincin nati Saturday playing his old trick. "In my honest opinion," said he to the Com" merclal Gazette, with great dignity and deliberation, "that when the votes aro counted noxt month we will find that tho republicans havo elected the major ity of tho 11 Congressmen of tho Stato." He went on to make big claims in the 3 1, 5th, 9th and 10th aud s.iid tho fighting chances in the let, 2d, 4th and 7th were good. It will be observed that even with the recklessness characteristic of his claims, tho "general" did not lay any hope on the 8tb, thereby showing his nnagosity to that extent. Gen. Bradley was made to say that the democrats woro skilled in manipulating ballot boxes and doing other devilish deeds, but he went back noxt day and corrected tho statement, saying he had not made tho chargo nor did he think it true. The general says that thero never was so bright a prospect for republican success, bat he is of a mighty Bunguine, we don't mean sanguinary, temperament and bis wishes are usually father to his predictions. "Gkn." W. 0. Bradley is. the clever- Fifty'dead bodies, victims of tho re- cent Btorm, have been washed ashore on tho islands around Key West. The Railway Ago says that 1,100 miles of new track was laid in the U. S. during tho nine months ending Sept. 30. The colossal globo which was on at tho World's Fair and which cost $13,000 has been sold for $10. Judgo W. J. Goyuor has declined tho Democratic nomination for Judge of tho New York Court of Apppals. Frank Dupre, a travoling salesman from Rochester, N. Y., was sandbagged and robbed of $1,200 at Toronto, Ont. During tho past year Kentucky distillers made 20,133,803 gallons of whisky. How much the moonuhinera raado is not n Martin Doyle, of this city, has sold his fast raco mare Sister Mary to aris Lncky" Baldwin for $7, Kentuckian, Monroe Salisbury was asked hlsopln-io- n as to the merits of Directum and Alix. His reply was: Over a soft track it would be Directum but over a hard track the littlo mare would win. Parties owing mo seasons for either horse or jok service will greatly oblige mo by sottling with moat once. I dislike to dun personally nnd hope this notice will bo BUllicieut. M. S. Baugh-ma- n. OOO.-P- To Our Startling -:- - Friends We AND CUSTOMERS. We have ready for your inspection a large and beautiful stock . of Fall and Winter Goods. It is with much pleasure that we inform you that vc arc right in it. Never before have prices been so low. arc ready now to offer for the cash some M. St Lonis Fulr Saturday aud S Biuighman returned from tho was well Bargains Sc, ! 7c, ILAILMIEiS9 SMBEB l,000-lb.feede- rs OUR CJni-t-- : BIG : SALES ! court-house- Ex-Go- OVERCOATS. : STAOTTORD, LOUISVILLE STORE, ! 1 FAIX r(0B 3 i four-year-ol- Clothing, Furnishing d Ms, Boots a H. J.McROBERTS. Pu-las- 3 Stores, Maris, Coal Hods, men-of-w- ar na Come in arid See Them, W. H. WEAKEN & CO. Gam-bonit- o, LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. na I" unua-uall- Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. -- a, l. Vir-gini- a W. W. WITHERS, two-year-ol- d HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &C, e, three-year-ol- d FOLDING BEDS, WARDROBES, SIDEBOARDS, Bed-Room . Y Asaph Hotel. My k iit jAjHW j.OjU, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Pay your 1894 taxes. Two houses for rent. 0. 0. Withers. undor- - I n 1 1 i r Two cottages on Whitley Avenuo for Kkv. T. 11. Demakkk will speak at Crab rent at 10 each per month. Miller & Orchard Wednesday at 1 o'clock. . E. C. Walton, Business Manager Helm. i ... Pay your 1891 taxes at onco and save IS The Jeweler knows his business and knows ltotiERT Fen z el, Una opened a watch 0 per cent. J. N. Mnnefee, sheriff. nuking and repair shop In the room next it's business to do a square business. Danks MEANS IU8INE8S. I am agent for I), II. Baldwin's pianos to Dr. W. D. Penny. ami school supHoy your nchool books does the right thing. That's why Danks and organs. Give mo a trial. Peter plies oi all kinds at A. It, Penny's. New goods of all kinds and a big lot of Hampton Watches, clocks and iowolry repaired Zeiltler shoes just received at 8. II. ranks first in the ranks of the trade. When Fon Glnssware and Lamps cnll on Far-rl- s and warranted. Engraving a Bpt'cislty, Shanks'. Call And see. at A. H. Penny's. & Hardin. They aro selling cheaper you want to trade go to Danks. Diamonds, JEWELER Tin largest stock of Druns. Medicines, Fon all cls8cs oi IhiIjch' and men's than any body. Wail Paper at Perfumory, Paints and Watches, and Jewelry of all kinds sold and n A.Ii.Pnnny'8. Poscrlptlous a Bpecia- l- boots and shoo, yon can do ns well with Stoves, a bigger lino and at lower priCHURCHAFFAIRS. as at tho factory. Hughes&Tato. us ty' WHO guaranteed by Danks. ces, than any firm in town. Cnll and ThoY. M. O. A, building at NashWk will give ono ticket on a $50 sow-in- g sco. Farria & Hardin. PERSONAL POINTS. ville was destroyed by fire. machine for ovory $2 CO Bpent with Mies Minnie Stkauii lias returned to Frost nnd ice showed Saturday mornAt Richmond, Elder. Mark CoIUh' & ua uutilJfln. 1, '03. W. H. Wearen ing and tho air was as cold as Christmas. meeting at UliristunUhurch is progress Clinton. Co. Mn. and Mns. J. 8. Kick spent Sunday It will bo fair nnd warmer iug with much interest. Thero were 21 Main Street, Stanford, Ky. in KIclimond. While driving a young borso Saturconfessions and 5 additions by letter ut Swiss friends will have a speech Our Dn. Thomas Owsley, of Glasgow, is day, John Anderson, of tho Preachers-vill- e from Gov. McCroary at Ottenheim next last accounts. visitiug relatives here. from ncart and section, wsb thrown OURRev. Geo. 0. Barnes closed his Wednesday evening, 10th, at 7 o'clock. for middle had his right hip broken, It. G. Denny leaves meeting at Jackson Sunday night, and Let them givu him a rousing attendance. Tenueec'eo to buy cnttlu. with bis family left for Carter Caves The 10 per cent school fund duo the a Mr. 8. H. Dauohman returned from After spuaking at Hustonvillo today, where he is to hold a camp meeting after teachers, payable Oct. 13th, has been re visit to Cincinnati Friday. Tuesday, and Kingsville preaching at Catlettsburg and Ashland. will be roady for disburseH Mies Maiiy Pkhkinb, of Middlesboio, ceived and Gov. McCreary will go to Ottenheim He will next go to Now York. ment on that day. W. F. McOlary. is visiting Mibs Alico Holmes. Wednesday night and doliver a speech The Woroano' Christian TemperMrs. P. C. 8aniiiki, of tho WestEnd, A U. S. JunciKHt Baltimore has decided thero at 7 o'clock. ance Union of Chicago has retained has been visiting her sisters hero. counsel to begin a crusade ngainst the that you can dun all you want to on a Gov. McCkbaiiy is tho recipient of Mh. J. L. Daxtxii, of ltichmond, camo postal card. Thoeo iudebtod to us had exhibition of " living pictures" and Of New Fall and Winter Goods is on for this week and wehave had great attention here. Crowds wait on down with Gov. McCreary Sundsj. objectional theatrical better pay up or thby'U bo deluged with like it. We shall try and make our House headquarters for him all the time and ho has a good word Miss Fannie Adamb, of HuBtonville, is them. The meeting at Maretsburg conduct- nothing for overybody. Judge Wallace E. Var-no- n all classes of Ladies' Dress Goods, Cloaks, Cloth and Fur Capes, the guest of Mifis Martha Paxtoo Rout. ed by Elds. W. E. Ellis and E. H. Beaz4 entertained him nnd a number Of Frank Hooue was placed In jail hero Mk. and Mits. I. G. Jones leave ley is growing in interest and splendid Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, for a visit to their son at St. Joseph, Saturday by Marshal Frank Ellis, of friends at supper last night crowds are attending. There had been choice Trimmings in Silks, Braids, Furs, &c, and our Men's DepartJunction City. He was arrested on a Mo. Speakiso. Judge W. E. Varnon will seven confessions up to Sunday. ment for Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Working Jr., was ovor bench warrant charging him with ille- speak for tho democratic ticket at Otten- Eld. Jok Skvriianck, A relieious revival which began at Sunday to preach at Go- gal voting at tho whisky election in hoi;n on Saturday, October 20, and at a Methodist church in Lee county more Shirts, Dress Shirts, Ties, Gloves, &c, is better than ever and all from LoxinRton March. shen. , t We run ladies' Dress Goods in Oct. 27. Hon. R. O. War-ru- n than a year ago, still continues with un- prices to suit the Wilson tariff bill. ii Judor W. E. Varnon, wifo and Mrs. In tho county court yesterday tho will will apeak at Richards' scboolhouso abated interest. This is next to Macks-vill- cotton and cotton and wool fabrics from 5c yard up to 25c; all wool Xannlo Smith, wero in Louisvlllo leet of Mrs. Margaret K. Bibb was admitted on tho 13th nnd at Morclnnd tho 20 tb. where one has been running evor Dress Goods from 20c yard to $1.75; ladies Cloaks from week. to probate and Dr. Green Mooro quali- Both speakers will beeiti at L at each since tho war. M. Black, of Knoxvillo, fied as administrator. Mm. Dn.J. If you intend to buy a fur or cloth Cape Tho now Christian church nt Liv $20 Capes from $2 to $15. Gus Hoftnann place. t is visiting hor parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. was granted license to keep tavern at ingston was dedicated Sunday, Eld. R. L. a Ladies' or Misses' Cloak don't invest your money till you see our gov. james b. Mccreary. 8. Fish. Ewell preaching the sermon. Eld. Mil- stock. Those of you who have been running away to other markets Crab Orchard. proprle-to- r Mk. Gus HoniANN, tho gonial Congressional Standard Bearer Makes ton Elliott prpached at night. There Our to buy goods we only ask you to at least examine home stocks be- We aro headquarters for ladles, misses Crab Orchard Springe, was with us a Rousing Speech. was a largo crowd present, but the debt and children's cloth cloakB, cloth capes yesterday. To use a theatrical expression, stand- was not fully raised. Tho building cost fore leaving our town. After long years of experience we know Mk. M. Salinokb was up yesterday to and fur capes in domestic cooney, French ing room was at a promium in tho court- about $12,000. goods are sold as cheap in Stanford as any market in the world. So help wait on tho big trade at tho Louis- nooney, Astrnchan and wool seal. Don't house yesterday, when Gov. James B. come and patronize those who uphold your town, your county and buy before you oxamiuo' our stock. McCreary arose to address tho constitvlllo Rtoro. NEW ADVEBTI8EMENT8. , all its institutions. from an Hughes it Tate. Georqr B. Ddnn has returned uents, who so greatly delight to honor lake States, selling extended tour oi tho I am prepared to houso and take care him. He was in fino condition and after 81,500 WANTED. per cent. Intermaps, charts, Ac. of a largo number of any sized (lowers or dovoting a few moments to his oppon- give itctmtv and Eight MisaJRNNiRBoiiNBiDR, a Garrard beaufolitgo plants duriog tho coming winter, ents, he launched into moro important est. Call on J. n. PAXTON, Attorney, Stanford ty, has beon tint guest of her cousin, or I will rent sections of my pit to per- subjects. Ho had asked Dr. Roberts to Miss Pearl Burnside. sons who prefer to tako caro of their meet him and discuss tho issues of tbo Blue-Gra- ss Miw.J. P.Davis and children have own plants. Mrs. W. II. Miller. campaign, but tho doctor said he was too Was there as large a stock of Dry Goods, Carpets returned from a visit to Mrs. Richard ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN. old to begin making speeches now and Ml A numreu of couples of this placo havo yet the republicans ask us to Bend this Burnett at Winchester. and Shoes in Stanford as we have. Mn.T. O. Adams, editor of tho Rich- engaged seats for the Harvard Quartetto dumb man to Congress, n man who may A full itoctc cf Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Vinei, mond Pantagraph, was mingling with Concert at Lancaster Wednesday eve- bo a fair Bort of a doctor, but who Shrubi, Small Fruiu, Grape at ueh Asparagus an estaband every thing usually found ning, 10th, and others will do so. Tho wouldn't know a tariff bill if ho were to lishment. Try us on prices. We do not sell tho fair sex hero Sunday. Mns. Murphy and Mrs. J. S. Hughes entcrtaiument is said to bo of a very meet it in tho big road. The 8th district through agents but direct to the planter. CataWere the styles as pretty as they are this season. logue on application. H.F. HILLENMEYEK, returned Saturday from a alx months high order and all who go are assured of Lexington, Ky. 63 a pleasant evening. Btay at Rock Caatlo Springs. haa been with Ill Mrs. R. A. Hopkb, who : iREXTT. For tho meeting of the Kentucky Mrs. Ed Carter for several months, reCould we come as near suiting everybody as now. horso breeders' trotting association nt yesterday. turned to Louisvlllo tho Southern RailA GOOD FA KM MisaSAmu Hays, who has beon visi- Lexington, Oct. ' way In Kentucky (incorporated) will sell reting her mother, Mrs. Pauline Hays, tickets to Lexington and return at one 240 turned to Lexington yesterday. Was our stock of Dress Goods as complete faro for tho round trip. These tickets for small grain, rest well set o acres for corn. Mns. Sacplry, of Stanford, is visiting in blue grass. It is known as tho Arnold tract Oct, 4 to 12 inclusive, will be sold from mile from Gilberts Creek l)e(.ot, and. adjoins A her daughter, Mrs. Dr. J. H. Grady, in good Call on to return until Oct. 15. C. Kobinson, U. D. Simpson and others Columbia Spectator. this couniy. or address, ' 9 ColGAINES IIROS., Stanford, 63 Mr. En Oaktrii Iibb returned from Was our stock of Cloaks, Shoes, and Underwear, larA Boy. County Clerk George B. Cooporado, with his eon Hume, whoso health er is tho happiest man in town. After ger or prices lower. ! PUBLIC was not improved by tho stay there. threo girls in succession, and each time Mk. and Mns. A. K. Gnmoss, of Dan- wishing (or a boy, a 13 pound youngI vrilll offer for sale on ville, visited tho families of Messrs. oi that persuasion arrived ear ster 1894, Oct. Pel ton nnd W. T. Smith last weok. ly Friday morning. James Cook, is tho Were prices so low as they are at' Vernon, At 3 P. M , on the premises, the property of the Mr. R. G. Williams, of Mu name decided on, which is the same as M. McRoberts, Sr., situated on Mam late John who has been attending tho Louisvlllo thnt of its grandfather and uncle. street, opposite the Female College. Said prop ,x v.A. crty will be offered In two separate lots, and then matriculated with Gov. Law School, has 9 asannoie. rosiession'95,giTen jan. i, 1135. uot and balance Jan. July 1. Knott at Centre College. The Winner. Mrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr., didn't want such a porpon to represent it third payable cent. Interest fon Ian. 1. i&x. o, bearing 6 net Miss Mary Vaiinon, of tho Reveuuo was tho winner of the beautiful diamond and ho did not think it would elect n W. H HIGGINS, Kxor, oflkoat Richmond, spent soveral dayB- and emerald ring offered by Danks, tbo man who could not tell them what lie is 8 8 with her brother, Judgo Wallace E. Yar- jowelor, to tho writer of tho best adver- for. The governor said ho had no light non. tisement of his business. Tho "ad." to make against his clover friend, Mr Mn. J. AW Simpson, of Garrard, wra will be found in this iwuio. Thero wero Demaree. Ho represented an entirely The "Perry Land' farm of 3:6 acres lying near hero yesterday, and didn't forget as aomo 15 contestants nnd, Btrango to say, 13 of local Ibsuo and was not at all in tho Moteland, Lincoln Co , will be rented to the highfor his bidder fjr the year 1S9S, on others did, to como up and square them wrote in verso. This goes to provo flghU In his last election only 007 pro est Oct. IO, 1894, paper. that this sectioniis unusually well Blip- - hibition votes woro cast in a total of 27,000 corn, and no miraclo had ovor been perform- About 15 or ao acres toorbe cultivated in or Mrs. J. Carver Jones wont to visit piled with would-b- e poets. rye and about ta 15 Sowell Glvens before of Mr.D.'s election, rbout 40 acres in wheat ed equal to the ono the family of Mrs. In oats. Th remainder is well set in grass. A. M., promptTub Lancaster Record says: Mr. John which was out of tho question. Tho pro- Iteming Is to be on premises, at 10 leaving for her homo in Kansas City this ly. Bond with good security required. W. Miller has closed a Bale with James hibitionist is not a National party and no Worth S3.50 to close at $1.50. EDWARD ALCORN, 550 pair. week. Agt, of the Hrs. of J, P. Land. Sat- Lovy & Uro., of Cincinnati, for, his dis- representative of it had ovor been electweek 550 pairs fine custom-mad- e 6otd We will continue to offer during the Rev. A. W. Ckawpord was hero piice. Styles and hand turned Shoes, button or lace, at one-hal- f urday to meet Mrs. Taylor, of Green tillery and good will at $0,250, togothor ed to Congress. Tho governor had heard I visit her daugbttn with about U00 barrels of free and bond- that thero was a populist on tho trackj of toes, Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Round, Common Sense, county, who came to ed whisky at a compensating figure. The but ho had not seen tho gentloman. He Narrow, Square, A, B, C, D and E. lasts. These goods are worth bis wife. Our price to close out $1.50. door in Danville, anywhere 53 and S3. 50 per pair. M. "Boole, of New Orleans, now owners will increnso the capacity of had spoken at four points in his county, I will before the Mrs. W. mash Shelby, butMr. Thomas had never ap- Ky , on MONDAY, ijth DAY OF OCTOBER, through to Lancaster Saturday to tho establishment to a passed day, sell tho employed Mr. Miller as super- peared, Hosupposod ho did not indoraa 1894, County Court visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. and have intendent for a term of years at a good tho principles of tho party, which had Wherrltt. was overborn Lan- salary. nominated him, in which ho evidenced Of Mrs. C. C. Young-- dee'd, situate on Third St., Latest Style Fall Hats at One-Hal- f their value. One lot mens' hats Mb. H. H. Elliott good Bense for tho governor showed in Danville, Ky Thu is desirable property, com- worth S2.50, slightly damaged, our price to close, 50c. to meet his father, Eld. Mens' soft caster yestorday fortable residence, good yard, garden, carriage discussed the whip- his Tub Caledoniaus o'clock, M. Elliott, who attended tho church ping post question Saturday night and how wild and visionary thoso alleged house, Vc. Sale will be between 11 andtata months, and stiff, all shades and shapes, regular $3 and $4 hat grades, your balance in aix and cash, for principles are. dedication at Livingston. with interest from date, personal security and lien choice at Si. 50. Mens' crushers, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double. after speeches by Messrs. S. W. Menefoe 11. P. JACOBS. Ex'or, BCCOm- tbon launched Into a dis- on the property. Tho governor Mna Itl.ANCIIK SWEENEY. On Danville, Ky. Remember we will be with you but a short while now. and Jack Beazloy for its establishment in blished trimmer of Lancaster has accept- Kentucky and W. H. Shanks and James cussion of the issues of tho day and and feelingly gave an occount of ed a position with Mrs. L. J. Williams, Beazley against, the judges decided that own Btewardship. Considering what accomplished "milliner. London our tbo pros had won. Miss Essie Burch they had to contend with ho thought Echo. in ber usually excellent manner Having deteimined to break THE HERD OK Hon. that the democrats in Congress had done I will sell to the highest bidder up housekeeping Reports from tho bodsido oi tho at my place In Mrs. A. G, Huffman delighted tho remarkably well and wero entitled to the Prcachcrsville, Lincoln county, Ky., beginning at with tho and J. N. Saunders, who is down audience with a solo. Tho next meet M., on Red of "well done." We wish wo had to o'clock, A. typhoid fever at his father's in Spring-flol- ing will bo at tho e on the plaudit time and space to glvo a full report of tho OCT. 12, 1894, Is not improving per say that ho night of the 27th. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, admirable speech, but tho lateness of the The following described property: t good fami. onllhlv. H speaking was concluded ly horse, i mare and mule colt, I mare and horse Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky The city council at its regular meeting hour when the Mrs. Mary W. Bowman entertained colt, a ycatliug colts, i saddle attempt. In conclusion Jr., son of the Joe Katris Silverstallion, Silver King King, r Jack, a t?sHAE9uBIMw7rC3tHP3uB3J very handsomely Friday ovonlng In hon- a low nights ago ordered $1,250 paid the precluded the l cattle, i and Water Light & Ice Co., and other amounts tho governor made a powerful appeal for good breeder, i yoke oplow gear, yeaning steer, 5 Figs 01 air from the best types of Registere Jiorse nogs, tome plows and Sc, or of her daughter, Miss Virginia, Dudley and uoieman to various parties aggregating in all fl, the democrats to get together on the wagon set wagon 1narncss, and spring wagon, 1 Stock. Breeders secured from the beat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited her guests, Misses mower combinharness, reaper Courier- - 037.70 for tho last quarter. Miss Mary county ticket and elect It by tho largest buggy and drill, cider mill, cutting box, post aued, corn of Lexington. Danvllio wr. axe, 1 digger and shovtl, Steelo Cooley was elected to one of the majority in tho history of tho organiza- ger, broadfencing lumber, 1,000 feet tpair scales, boxing, 100 Journal. 1,500 leet Tho speech was worth 100 paling slsts, 40 bu. wheat, 3 aucks good timothy two scholarehfps owiled by tho city in tion hero. in y, acre sugar cant, about aj bushels Irish poStanford Female College aud which haa votes to tho party and is sure to bear tatoes and other vegetables Household and OITY AND VIRINITV. furniture, consisting of a bed steads, a been held by Miss Emily Alexander for further fruit for good government and kitchen beds, couch, a sets chairs, a rockers, a feathei Tea and tablo Bpoons at Danka'. machine, a small tables, 1 dinlag the last six years. By a unanimous vote democracy.' food tewing carpets, kitchen tale, a kitchen Ic was after 3 o'clock when tho gov cook stoves andtable, 3 lot cupboard, stone and utensils, and watches at Danka'. tho Grand Lodgo I. O. O. F. was invited Clocks tinware, tubs, buckets, clothes rioger. t breech to bold its 1805 meeting hero and tho ernor sat down amid a round of hearty loading ahotgnn, tome meat, lard and barrel salt, c. Necklaces and rings at Danka. of the city was extonded to the applause and thon tho candidate of the 3a turkeys. 5 or 6 dozen chickens, freedom Receiving Hii TERMS. AU tumt under S10 cash In hand, A pavement was ordered to prohibitionists, Rev. T. B. Demaree, took that amount and over a credit of 9 months. Notes members. Tbadk with Danks, tho jowelor. crowd showing bearing 6 per cent, from date negotiable and the stand. Some of tho bo laid by the Lillard heira on the prop-- : Trust Co. of -:- payable In the Farmers Bank -:- Danka'. erty occupied by Hugh Haya and 8. P. a disposition to leave, ho said "all yon Stanford. Silver knivea and forks at accounts must persons owing at All want to leave, can do once, dwelling and Stagg aod others were ordered to repair fall democrats who Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. J. F. HOLTZCLAW. For property. and very many accepted the invl- so," the culvert that crosses their Helm. premises on Danville Btreet. H. m m ra m Stanford, Kv., - ' Hides. Highest market price paid for Prntlemkn, eeo our lino of them in cash by M. F. Elkin. woar. Severance 8on. m Ocroncn 9, 1801 m tation. Mr. Demareo is eminontly a funny man and the ebnlitions of his wit are so great that ho rarely sets do vn to the hard pan of facts or tells the people what his party will do if they turn over the government to it, except prohibit the manufacture and sale of intoxicating spirits, a consummation devoutly to be wished, but too visionary in its nature to attract a great deal of attention. Mr. Demaree is a pleasant gentleman and means well, but the only result of his will be to take a few votes from the democratic party, without doing him any good, Tho republicans wont be caught by the chaff ho throws Bt them. i Dii.NK.S tVIAY m 11 -. " . 8 W ;i m ?. & RE RELIED ON -- to-da- y, to-d-ay 1 t2 '" m Great H Opening bill-board- s. to-da- y Wnyn-sburg- e, j5i-50t- o tirtt-cUi- ti UJESS HUGHES & TATE. Nurseries. NEVER NEVER 3, ff '- p FOB NEVER CONTAINING Acres NEVER NEVER v m SALE G-- Saturday, 27th, NEVER t m m 1 THE CASH STORE OP 4 6c--td Public Honting. imVIEMATOJlIf & Wednesday, Selling OutI Selling OutI iTorn.TEH i3JLli.U.JUd!0o HATS. PUBLIC SALI Coutt-IIous- 100-bush- el Residence Property rd 800 800 n one-thi- 6o-- 4t elo-quen- ty FTJBLXC SAXjEI ro-cit- ed Bo Fo MONIES & SN0 BLUE-GRAS- S d, court-hous- FRIDAY, Duroc Jersey Swine 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ha.6.R0PLEY,-6- - 1 1 1 1 . i i 1 4W$ ttttatrtHusf Ii mtA ... i FALL AND WINTER GOODS. RBNT.-Desi- rablo 6o-- jt :r-t- - " VmiX Semi-Weekly Interior Journst AT THE MANNISH GrffiL. COUNTE8S NORRAIKOW HOPtTS SHE HAS NOT COME TO STAY. PuMlshod Every Tuosd&y and Friday $3 PER YKUUV ADVANOK M-Wh- mi not opid Sii.&O will be charged." Tlo Girl of the Shirt l'ront. anil I'otir-In-iiniul Vc.it, Cutnwuy Is 6 OH 8 PAGES. When tlox Stu Ik Silitom Alntily Standpoint. Womanly Punv Lowible Trout the Aseocln-lion. lCoprl!it, neceary. 1UM. by American Press V t I ; f. i I t "t 1 u ' i lf l :p TJ10 prions ape. ropleto with tho adt vancement 01 civilization, carries in its Office South Side Main St., in office recently DKALUR vacated by Dr. l.co K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD. products of wake many ideas. Wo now have the Train i.aves Rowland at 7:00 a m.. roturalng "braiuy" women moro numerous than iSK &:'-DUROO Allsubect to register. Ap-: : over before, whom circumstances bo Heady lor Service. local time card. ply to J. M. McRobetta, Stanford. Ky. yond her control hnvo forced into the ..Dealers n . Mail tram going North .. .....I3T P ranks of tho world's workers. When U3pm condition.? nroo which compelled hoi .......... aoum... SIDI GRAHAM 11 jipm nrss train " North Do... ,,31 am either to work cr starve, put hoi Is n candidate lor Constable in the Highland and .o 36 a ra ...... Local Freight North.... shoulder to tho wheel and quickly subject to the WayntshurK Maglitetlal District, ..3 07 pn &outn, Kv. action of tho republican party. proved thatfcho possessed both scuso ami Tha lattrtralna alio carry passengers. above !i calculated on standard time. Solar pluck. Tha literary hosts now include The I me is about to mtnutet fatter. a uoblo nrmy of women, ami too much RUSSELL BROWN, cannot bo in thdrpraiso. As n body QUEEN & CRESUENT ROUTE. .Tioprietois ........ they aro truthful, sincere, earnest and Tobacco, Cigars. Going North train pass Junction City at fol - successful in their nndertakings. I am now rcwdy to dellvei tranufactuied Ice Candies, Nuts, a. m.vesVestibule Marts 6 lows: Irem the Stanford Factory to customs Wo linvo also tho athletio ' girl, who of FIFT CHMa Limited v.. d. m. Local i:to p. m. Florida tihuiA every motnlnc at the rate runs entirely to tho physical. Possibly L. m.td3:ij. a. ra. PEKllUNDKEDl'OUNU LUIssnil over, anu Headquarters for almost anything Main and Danville Sta., Huttovitle, Ky. ta 18 p. m. Florida sho feels tl at therein lies O. Vestibule Ssttn-- N at 7SC In smaller lots. her greatest wahave recently repainted and refurnished Local 1 1:55 p. m. E. BUEMKU, Stanford. Limited ia:ica. m. 10 thellouM throughout and are prepared to accomstrength, and ns tho Scriptures caution p. m Vestibule arrives modate Rates us not to hido our "light under n bushyou want. When you want'a.first-classmc- aro very the public inand a good stvle. atOur times. seasonable table all I Special attention to traveling men. Elegant aam. el" 6hb is bent en cultivating her gifts pie room attached. Alto a hrit.clatt Saloon conto tho highest point of development. nection tth th. Hotel. Call and see ua. foi25c, call on him. J 45 Sho enters with tho greatest zest into I am in Chicago laying in one ol ho finest nil manly cports, compotes with her stocks or Millinery and Embroidery Material ever brothers in tho swimming pool, beats brought to Stanford. I shall pay cash fcr goods them nt tennis mid ninepins, makes n that you will lf . and sell them for cash, to lo F. D. IULEY,f Proprietor, forced to buy trom me. An examination will confair allowing in a rowing contest, and London, - - - Kontucky. vince you and you ate Invited to make it. latterly sho has taken to navigating hci Stanford, Ky. MRS. A. A. McKINNEY. own or her father's yacht; COU.VTESS NORUAIKOW. I have moved to my new HouHsnd asa bettsr Theso accomplishments aro all vory than ever to accommodate the public ood Livery attached and every conveuicac dewell in moderation, but thero is n lurkA JIan'a 'Don't" to Women. sired. Give me a call. A ing dangor thut in tho cud tho femiDon't keep nil yonr sweot smiles for 77 fRANK RILXY. nine athlete will devolop into n one ns. Wo honor you when wo soo you can Mlit Mnnrt will nrritff October 1st. with every m thing that Is new and nobby In the way of ideaed young person nnd will scarcely bestow them on your own sex. become tho cort of wifo that tho aver look nt another woman's gown Don't MYERS HOUSE GOURIER-JOURNA- L SSSSij ago man of theso fin do sieclo days de- as you cross tho street in front of n o mands as the sharer of his joys and sbrPlease call and examine my stock before buycar. Somo man is snro to risk his ing. Mypiices shall bo the lowest. Thanking Is a tea pig eight column democratic newsnsper. A cream of tarter baking powlifo to eavo yours. you for patt favors, respectfully, It contains the best of everything going. liKN-Rder. Highest of all in leavening KATfc DUODhKAR, Mansger. Don't foreet when yon ko to tho thea WATTER80N Is the editor. P. W. GREEN, Prop. Latest United States strength. ter in "n lovo of n bonnet" tho man $1 00 probably paid as much as yon did I Government Food Report. This stable, which Is run n connection with the for a scat makes The WEEKLY Mjcrt House, has been supplied with ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., try to havo n long wnist if yon very liberal terms to ajent., and gives tree preDon't Is In the cities buymiums for clubs. Sample copies of the paper and A New Lot of wero born with a short one, Mon do Miss J srboe, rr trimmer, and I will not make faur page Premium Supplement sent free to any Horses, Carriages, 100 Wall Street, Now York. ing my Fall and Winter Slock, not ndmiro a laced figure. Buggies, Wagons, my usual fall trip. Both Mltajarboe and her pur- addreas. Writs to Don't havo your skirt como unfas- chases will arrive next week and you aio cordially A. S. ThoCOURIER-JOURNA- L ad. -CO. prcpaie ru.imtr't Supplies and Is better than ever tened so your nndorxkirt shows. We do invited to call. upplv the public with MISS L1CCIE nKAZLEY, SURGEON DENTIST. not object to tho oxtravaganco of hooks LCUIfcVILLF, KY. Stanford, Ky. 8 111(38 OF ALL KINDS. The and eyes. OfSco over MeRoberts Drug Store In the new Don't keep a man waiting half an JAMES VEAGER. Owsley Building. THOMAS Y EAGER. SomiJ- - Weekly Interior Journal, Personal and promptattentlon glvento W.ddlnn Stanford: I'artiea and Muriels. hour when ho calls. Ho will think you Iff P. V. GREEN, And Tho tidy only when on exhibition. AI llUKNS.Manager Proprietor Don't stand in front of n tired man in Courier-Journ- al tho streot car when thero aro empty stable, rr.o and Will bo sent one year to any addrcts for 3SS 7C. scats at tho other end. Special Hates to Commercial Men. Addreas W. P. WA LTON, Don't nllow a casual ncquaiutanco to 83 Sttnford, Ky pay your faro. STANFORD, h.Y. P.W. GREEN. Proprietor. Don't block n ticket offlco window by If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but dropping your chango when at tho head See us turnouts will leave our stable. : : : Kontucky. for rates. In our of a long lino of impatient travelers. Shortest and quickest between Don't .forget to keep an appointment HARNESS SHOP I am still runnini lh! wrll.known llm.l it to tho miuuto with n business man. will continue to gtve my guests the polititt attena good assortment of Harness, BriYou tion as well as the btt the market affords. Don't buy a man's neckties. It may dles, will find Ac. Havevour repairing done by Saddle. TITE MANTilSH OIRL. tempt him to hang himself with your our man, he understands his butiaess. We have a Only Direct Line bttwren mechanic in our ppcial Attention to the Travelrwvs. Managing o yacht skillfully re- purchase. Frankfort, Georprotown nnd Pnrls, ing Public. BLACKSMITH SHOP. quires ono kind of tactics, whilo the Don't ask n man to mail yonr letters Onrllslo, Maysvillo. Oynthlana, management of a husband and home when it is a part of his nature to forget wm gultnteonrst-eIasFalmouth and Oovinsrton. woriuand'. satisfactory WhiD you want a turnout come to sny must bo conducted on entirely different to do SO. price. Ttv our horse ahocr. For Uefc,Be, the ,Ighu,t d"ft Atk for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains lines. Don't bo playful at meals. Your fa- - rolAcSeonre.DrtbrD,f run by Central Standard Time, RefreshingBath, Hot or Cold, &omo sucn gins, nowover, onco en- vorito dog will snap nt you whilo ho is Time Tabla J nne si, 1B94. Prices to suit the hsrd times. Call or leave order tered into tho marital bond, gracefully gnawing n bouc. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. at the Myers House Ottica TRAINS EAST. A stylish Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to a, m. p. tit. p. nt. yield to tho altered circumstances and Don't uffect mosculino attire, cigas 00 Leave Franklort A 4 10 7 00 Cook & Farmer's Barbor Shop. becomo happy wives nnd mothers. With rettes or slang. Men ndoro femininity. " Summit............7 06 4 16 110 ' 11 others it is different. Thoyokoof matri4 si Co 115 Don't forget a man wants to bo conSituated hall a mile West of McKlnney and " Klknorn.......r 18 t 40 Swittcr 4 iS culti ...IK VOU ARE GOING...... mony often becomes n galling ouo to sidered a man and is not "a sexless rep- containing i acres of Itnd in good state ol a 00 " Stamping Ground.7 S 4 jS given oy jan. in, 1095.' ror vation Fosscisiou ' ,0 -- 7 34 both parties, and tho mismated twain lica." OrrSTANFORDKY., 4 44 DurslU. .0. R e so " Johnson... 7 40 jo oI finally settle their differences in the Is now fully orgsniied and ready for basinets witk Don't tnlk woman's rights to tho av- particularly " Georgctownll ...7 46 4 57 33 McKlnney, Ky. SS ira smsmTHIiinmi " C S. Depot..... .7 35. court. erage man. s oj 3 00 Asirrox Jackson. " Newton .....tl oS s J Paid up Capital of - $200,000. 3 Perhaps the most interesting and 16 " Centreville 5 si 3 3( A Clover I'lncualilou. least understandaVio of tho young wom. " Elizabeth.. 3 5 .....8 so 3 45 Surplus, 21000. 2D. Arrive rani.....C...... 8 30 4 00 3 35 en of tho period is this mannish girl. Small pincushions and dainty pinSUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Sho is seldom on marriago intent Tho cushions nro all tho rage. Tho big, well At the old stand ol J. U. Green, In HANK OK STANFORD, TRAINS WEST. No. . No. 4. No. 8 No. is Now closing up) with the same aistle and undsi chief desiro of her life is to show much cfnffn'l niicltff'i! ff mm vlrtrftw'a fitnn ia the tame management. m a. in. tn. 4 40 Kentucky. Lve Paris ..C. ...... ..10 00 p603 a. vaunted man what an niter contempt hopelessly out of data Today they must HUStOnVIIIO, Uy provitiont of lit chatter, depositors arc as 443 a Nashville R. R. Louisville depositors ic National sho has for tho sex and how willing sho bo small, attractive, lusthetio nnd use- ' Arr Elisabeth Has just received a beautiful lined j i fully protected as aie being ..io 10 6615 Banks, iu shareholders held individually 19 Arr Centreville...... io 14 is to dispeuso with tho littlo attentions ful, if yon can ninko them no. 6 ; 10 u Newtown 5 40 liaole to the catent of the amount of their stock &c. Arr C. S. Depot...., which havo hitherto been considered st 641 600 therein at the par value thcreol, iu addition to the Is the line for you, at its Tho clover loaf design is both now Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, Arr 031 amount invested In such shares. It may actaa 7 47 64s 1037 ArrGiorrctown her especial perquisites. Tho problom, nnd really very pretty, besides which it Call and see his stock and get his prices which Arr Jolitiwm . executor, administrator, trustee. Ac. as fullv aa ,..1147 ojt 800 however, which suggests itself to tho promises to becomo popular in tho ex- are lower than anybodys. If you want a nice stt ArrDuvall 6(7 a 10 iu individual. .......10 s To thote who entrusted their bultlneii to us of harness, a whip or adulter. SS. Make close connections at 830 7 oj Arr Stamp g Ground ir 00 reasouiug mind is this: Why should a treme, Hinder Twine for sale. while mnaglng the Lincoln National Rank ol S jc 11 10 AirSwllcr 713 LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI girl of this class, who evinces fcuch apStanford, we we heie tender our many thanks and To make it first cnt,a pattern, then two ArrElkhora 7 to .1117 905 trust they will continue to transact their businMt Arr Summit For all points. 113 726 913 parent indifference to tho opposito sex, foundations of flno cardboard Solect with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten" Arr Kiankfcrt...A....ii 30 733 913 THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. seek to envelop her form with attiro a3 palo green silk nnd cut it somowhat tion to same, our twenty years' experience la .V N. A connects with L. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH banking and as liberal accommodations as arc connearly resembling that of n man as Bho larger than tho boards. Then lay thorn li connects with Q. .tr C. and L. S. For any information enquire of tinent with tound banking, C connects with K, C. can safely or consistently approach? on nnd mark exactly whero thoy fall. JOES. KICE.Acent, IS NOT SATISFIED DIHKCTOKS: TRAINS. SUNDAY ounioiu, lT! Or This is essentially a womanly paradox, With gieou fllo iloss of dnrker shades a, a. m Georgetown 10 W.A, McQUOWK Trav. Pass. Agent, With being "tho Heit Magazine ever published in m.Leave franklort 9 001037; ;arrive Krankleit 00 30 J.J.. Willlarat, Ml. Vernon; and it helps to explain wiry lordly man than tho silk ombroidor nil tho shad- - the South.7 It wishes to cover thoroughly the 11 I.ve Georgetown H. Shaiikt,',Sunford; Junction City, Ky looks upon us ns such illogical creatures. whole field: to viiit regularly every rcsding family p. m. Kentucky Midland Railway and connecJ. S. Owsley, Stanlord; Tho in the South. Tho mannish girl affects to scorn tho A. G. Lanham S J. Eubry, Stanford; tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all John B. Cattleman. To uo this, its subscription price has been pointa South, Eatt, North and U est. manliness of man, whilo sho dons his J. II. Owsley, Stanford; For further information apply to thrir agents. Roducod J. F.;Casn, Stanford; shirt front, vest, cutaway and Pass. Agent. CD. llEUCAW.Geii William Gooch, Stanford;-A- . GEO. II. HARPER, Gen. Supt nnd would, if sho could, becomo $1.50 W..Carpenter, MJlledgevllle, K his representative in tho battlo of lifo A Year. W. II. Cumuiius, Preachertvill and of government. Sho is seldom a Beginning with the October Number. BUT the S. H. Shanks, President, Ms to grow in quality and to Massimo will continue girl from tho masculine standDr. J.'II. Owiley, Cathltr, merit the point Sho is apt to bo too woll versed W.M.llrlght, Teller. in tho topics of tho day and to possess AND Words of Praise it Receives very decided opinions of her own, albeit "The Southern Msgailne Is a handsomely they bo narrow. NATIONAL BANK and well edited literary maganne, able to A girl's or n woman's lifo is mado compare without ditfavor with the bet monthly &OASTLEMAN up principally of dotail, for tho reason OF STANFORD, KV. BARBEE lournals ol the tuetrupolit." Keview of Reviews. May 1S94. MANAGERS, that sho has not heretofore been brought Our circulation has Increased tenfoM In Hie patt Capital Stock-Surplutho groat year, but we arc after the 100,000 mark. Building, Louisville faco to faco withadversity toproblems of samoln copy to Send 10 cents lor Commerce lifo. It requires bring forth THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE. SOLD TO woman's Intent and best powers. Can Louisville, Ky Agents throughout the South, Attention of the public is invited to the) fac ALL POINTS: that Ibis is the only National Hank In Stanford it bo that tho mannish woman, after all, Under the provisions of the National Hank Act OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, depositors are secured not only by the capital "W. A-- TEIBBLE, Local Agent, possesses incipient talent of a .high or- ings nnd markings indicated in tho stock, but bv the ttockholdera' Lability lor an : EXCURSIONS der, and that it is this hitherto un- drawing. Then work tho blossom solid WISCONSIN, amount equal to the stock, so thlt depositors ol STANFORD, KY. known quantity which is bubbling' to in silks of its own peculiar pink shades. this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. .At. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank tho surface nnd literally pushing her lx)th pieces of silk nro worked, When MISSOURI, KANSAS, are made each yearto the United States governPortland into tho arena ns a competitor of man, press them with caro and cover with San Francisco. ment and Its assets are examined at stated time NEBRASKA, COLORADO, even to his dress? Mystics, students of boards. Then overhand tho edges neatly Oy government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. ,.VIa uaturo and others of that ilk put forth together and attach a bit of green rubARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, This institution, originally established as tha "World's many woird theories to account for this ber stem. Stick pins of varying sizes Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1S38, then , itcd aa the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S03 and TEXAS, apparent reversal of tho sexes, but tlley round all tho leaves, and you will find again reorganised as the First National Hank ol goucrally provo inadequate. Stanlord in iS8s, has had practically an uninterthat the cushion, besides being an atVIA rupted existence of yt years. lets betteV supplied Tho Dolly Vardeus, tho Daisy Millers tractive object, is a servicoablo ono as To all pointa in the now with lacllities for transacting business prompt and many others advocating' peculiar well. ly and liberally than ever before in its long and FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLAS3 Honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduNorth, Northwest and West. ideas havo from timo to timo appeared Just now, when suburban fairs ami ciaries, firms aud Individuals respectfully AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. amid tho shifting scenes of urban life. Eumincr bazaars of nil sorts aro being The Directory of this Bank it compoted ol Somo of them ivero ridiculous, others hold upon nil sides, it can bo turiicd to ) September sSlh and Oct. otn tickets will bo THE BEST ROUtTtiJTHE Fomttus Reid, Lincoln county ; wero nlmost lovnblo for tho sweot sim- qxcollont practical account The making sold to points in Minnesota, North Dakota. South e)f touitviticMiwAtBAMra Chicago Rfltp- S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Montana Wyoming, Iowa. Nebraska, plicity of their makeup nnd manner, entails very littlo of either labor or ex- Dakota. Kansas, Manitoba, Coloiado, Mittouri and Idaho, O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; 'UltMAN VESTIBUUD COACHES, whilo tho most eccentric woro soon hus- pense, yot it sells surprisingly woll. At PTJLLMAN3AND J. W. Hayden, Stanford; October DININO CARS tled off thJ sceuo of action. Tho man- nn affair of tho sort recently given tho Michigan. 17th and November 14th to points in SLEEPING AND S.H. Baughman,fLincoln; PABLOR CARS. nish girl, however, differs from nil theso pincushion tasto scored n gcuuiuo sue Tickets good teturalng twenty days from date Z J. 8 , Ilocker, Stanford; SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE FROM LOUISVILLE in that her peculiarity is not merely as- cess, nnd theso dninty clover leaves wero ofsale. connection in Central Union Station, ONLY LINE W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; Direct purchusod by tho score, It. D, Elmore, Stanford; Cincinnati, with all through trains ol the Chesa- WRFOLKg WESTERN RAILROAI - DINING - CARS. sumption on her part. She appears RUNNING peake & Ohio R'y, Queen & Cretcent Route and to havo been born that way. T. P. Hill, Stanford. CHEAPEST, BEST'AND QUICKEST LINE. Clare Buxce. Railway. Louisville & Nashville WRITE TO K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; Is it possiblo that a dualmturo lurks Soli trains to St. Louis and Chicago. DescrlptU Write for Rates, Mnps, M.J. Miller, ML Vernon-Atk nearest ticket agent tor tickets and full in- - ampule's, to any Stiitlon Agctit, or to within her bmut, nnd that tint contendThero ought to bo women doctors em- formation H, BACON, D. P. A..J1K. J ltEED.G.'.P.A. B. S nockcr, Piesident; Chicago, III ing principle? nro over struggling for ployed by tho board of health in every LouiiviUe, Ky. HULL, M. T, BRAOO. MeC0RMACKf Pt Tw(ric Mer , ALltN W. B. BCVILL, John J. alcRobertt.Csahltr; raw. as) B. B. MARTIN, Gen Pass, and T.cket Agt., city, as many women ns men. So thoy 'll'f..rAt. Wit. I'imw tt. itotNor,ti. A, A. McKlcnoy, Assistant Cubler, Donver.l supremacy? Ctncincatt, O. Jlo')SK, vi. toLiuiiis.o. Paul. St. Wo ato pissing through n straugo would bo if wo.ncn had a vote. "pro-fjrosFiro- " ""lIh. ... o blue-Gra- ss poriod of th world's history, and this way account for many hi tho vagarros Which mind and mattor aro guilty of. Tho mannish girl is moro dreaded than bolovcd. Tho softer olomcuts of woman's composition seem tohnvo boon eliminated from her nature Hotel keepers at tho watering places will toll you that thoy dread her solitary appear-nnc- o moro than n wholo bovy of tho noisiest, laughter loving girls that over invaded thoir establishments. Sho ignores tho etiquette-odress, wonro told, declines to tip tho waiter, frowns ou tho lighter nmusoments of her less intellectually oxnlted sisjters and generally nots tho part of n wot blanket on every form of entertainment devised. So earnestly is sho bent on tho reformation or transformation of hor sex that 6ho can not stop to consider tho potty details of daily life, but compiles for hersolf a lit- tlo codo of morals or of ethics .vhereby to jndgo the human race, roligionsly applying her own standard to all whom circumstances bring within hor sphere, Finnlly tho Dimmish girl is almost as difllcult (o analyzo as tho great first causo which propelled this earth into space to becomo a common stamping ground for philosophers, geologists, scientists nnd biblicists to exploit thoir different theories. That, liko tho planot, sho has coino to stay I ref uso to boliovo. Wo do not; And her declaiming among tho woman suffragists, for, bo it confessed to their honor, it would bo difllcult to find a more womanly, ladyliko lot than thoso samo equal righters. Wo can thero- foro only class tho mannish girl among tho many anomalies of theso flu do sieclo years and trust that with tho century's death sho will also havo passed away. f The beat aaUe In the world lor cuts, brulsett ores, ulcers, salt rhcura, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, cort and all akin erup. oioct. It positively cures piles, or no pay requir d. It Is guaranteed to Rive perfect satisfaction tr money refunded. Trice sj cents per boa. "nrsala.br A. R. Psnnr, Stanlnrd, Kr Buonln'sArnlca Salve. Coal Business For Sale. 'Cr"le' TheSavis Vertical hi Sewing Kactine. A dreirable Coal Business, Houses, Scales, Ac, Are the best because 'hey run lighter and can do a greater variety of work than any other sewing J. . HIGC1XS, Statetd, Kr. machine. The Ladlos of Lincoln County IJnby wan sick, wn rotb hor Castorl-"Ch- h tiu was a Child, alio crtol for Cotorla. Wlin Rno beenmn Jlla, nho cIudk to CnstorlA When ahq luul Chlliiren, alio tlim CanorU Vfcon Ge R. Zimmep, -- Invited to call at the (ft Ataph Hotel and caamlne the machine, aa well at aam pies of its work. McMURKAY BROS., ij-Stanford, Ky Aro cordially DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. JERSEY j8-i- m Fancy Groceries Higgins & Watts, Foreign and All Kinds of Coal. , Stanford, & ICE. IGE3. 1 mestic Fruits, '"''!? VE1TDOME HOTJSL, nnt-clsu To The Ladies al 1 R ZIMMER. THE RILEY HOUSE Treat For tlic Ladles. MsoafeJy -- rawu.?&w THE WEEKLY Pure ca-bi- - Y bo-hi- TO THE LADIES price, a;year. L COURIEU-JOURNA- ttfk well-know- n PRICE, Fm8T-OL,AS- Wi utWw YEAGER & YEAGER, urn ss mn Weekly The Myers House, W first-cla- Ky. Midland R'y? Cincinnati and Frankfort Stanford, s Crtt-cla- 1. & LIVERY STABLE. Desirable Farm for Sale. JKTORTH WEST, .....7 Farmers BanMTrjast co 4 .. S. CAHPB1TTBH, well-know- n .. ' -- Double Daily Trains 11 -- J The Southern Magazine , ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. four-iu-han- to lov-nbl- o Bsurance Company w - i NORFOLK RAILROAD. illut-trat- ed WESTERN FIRST TICKETS s .$200,000 21,300 Harvest VERY LOW RATES, Fair Record. CHICAGO Big Pour Route, aolio-te- d. NORTH AND EAST. 1 Time-Tnble- s, J Irl V ..tf. - ., -- tr yj 4ji. j