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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894101201 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. sCSJCjIYI VOL. XXII. BRODHEAD, o Mft I 1V1 wl II Hi i-We- ekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1894. HUSTONVILLE. K ' NO. 64 H ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES r Mr. J. G. Button, o! tho Big Glades, Will Frye got 10 days on tho street, E. D. KENNEDY, L'5 days in JhII nnd was in town Sunday. costs, for drawing a James B. McOreary will speak razor on Weep Jarman. Hon. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Mrs. Sallio Goodo sustained a severe at llrodhead Tuesday, 23d, nt 1 o'clock Mr. Fischer D. Gaines entertained injury from a fall tho other day. While r. M Sep. 4, 1894. tho'Dixio Club in handsome stylo MonThero is considerable sickness walking up a gravelly incline her feet day evening. Full eorp ol Conservatory nnd Normal School teachers, Superior courses In Literature, Music ;tad among tho children of our town and our nlipped, sho fell backwards, nnd broke haa closed until next Monday. school E. H. Jennings, special pension ex- Aii. Exccllen' hoarding department Catalogues and circulars furnlinmi on application. her hipbone. Mr. Milton Dunnnn, n well to do Bro. Miliketi, of tho Baptist church, aminer, was here Wednesday working His wifo and family have received special train nnd respected citizen, who lived about baptized a convert nt tho Christian on several cases. log in and lor Collego clas.vwork. The curriculum will be an extended one ond the two miles out of town, died last week. church Saturday evening, mil nrmwlin.1 j. Mr. Clay Hamilton has Bold his In va drill will be thorough tin whitewashing, no skim,.. terest ln,tliu furniture store to his partJ It is said that he died of heart utfrction. aUhe Baptist church Sunday. Ho will 'I X (Keidnceo( the late Jamea McAllmr.) ZZ ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. Classes will be instructed In Higher MathematMr. Durman leaves a wife and some prencb thero overy 1st Sunday, ner, Mr. Charlie Norn's. and -j CRAB ORCHARD, -- - k7. ics, Ilelle Lettres, Natural bcience. MentalType iflmV A 3F Moral Science, Latin, German, heart broken children to mourn the loss Wesley Ferris, the youngest child of v. .u. xuiup, a young lawyer of Writing, Civics, Music, Vocal and of a good husband , and father. They Mouticollo, is here, but not on legal busMr. Win. T. West, died Tuesday and was Instrumental, Painting, Drawing, &c. The first term of five months will open Sept. 10, DR. S. all have our heartfelt sympathy. iness, unless courting bo called pucIj. I buried in th Lancaster cemetery. 1S04, and second term will close the first week in Thero will bo a meeting of tho dem- Miss Julia Stagg Is tho beautiful younu June. One week holiday atlChristmas. Tho flying dutchman proprietor Competent Faculty. Attlated by s inTERMS. ocrats of this tho 4th district at the 8ey lady, upon whom ho bestows all his nt. having gotten about all the nickles in Aselcct school, of high grade, or the thorough cluding Latin Tuition per term in first grade, oo and German....... ....$o ...... 15 00 training of young ladies. A lew voting gentlemen Tuition in second grade ers school houso next Saturday morn tention. town have folded their tent and left. Music, Piano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments of approved moral will also be a droll tod. tag at 10 o'clock, to say who shall run ao 00 .. furnished for practice eleMiss Annie Tomllnson gave an ......'.... "Bex" Iteid is up from Somerset Number limited no Idlers wanted. Short band, Painting, Drawing, Or, hu alnce his graduatho race for magistrate and constable in spending a few days with friends. Mies gant birthday party to her young friends tion inStapp, the President, entire time and escr-cl- Ornaupntal Work, all at reasonable rites. niealcine, given hit Ow-n- n Hoard in College, per week, 83.50. Good board this district. J. W. Brown and I). to the bulMIng and management of Colleges Tuesday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. Buelah VnnArsdale, who is attending private the South. During the pan year he filled the In Monthly families at reduced rates. are tho applicants for tho JuhUco'b Caldwell College, spent Saturday nnd payments required. Hons. J. Mort Rothwell nnd Lewis In Democratic candidate for assessor, was chair of Literature and Natural Sciences In No discount except fot protracted illness. ofllco and Oacar Reynolds and James L. Sunday with her parents. J. B. Cook born in Garrard county, 17 years ago, Walker, orators of no small calibre, havo Daughters College, Harrodaburg, and Mrs. Htapp Fir further information address the President. taught Music, Tainting, Drawing, &c. giving DR. JOHN S. STAPP, II a mm nro tho contending parties for has gono to Lawrenceburg for a few days. nnd camo to Lincoln when ho was 20. been dishing out democratic doctrine to general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 constable. peaceful avocation of a largo crowds at tho various school houses Mfss Dollio Williatna is 1a Lexington. Ho pursued tho Mrs. J. II. Albright has returned Mr. Tilden Cook has accepted a position farmer till 18S0, when ho took into his in the county this week. THE HERD OF home. Mrs. Thos. McHoborts is spend- with Caldwell & Lanier and will begin head to run for assessor. Thero wero A fair sized audience attend d tho ing tho week in Stanford. Dr. S. 0. 1'er Monday. Miss Lizzie Fishback, of Dan- several others already In tho field, but concert given at the Wedkins, of Bee Lick, was summoned to our ville, is tho guest of tho Misses Logan. when tho election camo it was Eclipse nesday evening by the Harvard Quartet. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, town Tuesday. J. J. Painter and wife, Miss Mary Dodd and Mr. D. S. Skin- first, tho rest nowhere. Hu had no opposi- The Ladies' Aid Society, under whoso of Corbin, havo beon visiting relatives ner will ho married at tho homo of tho tion from tho republicans at the final auspices tho entertainment was given, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky in this section. Among thosu who at- bride next Tuesday morning atO o'clock. election, but it would have been nil Ibe lost a little mouey on their venture. I J2BBS1M VtNMS tended church at Maretsburg from here Messrs. J. II. Hockerand J. H. Reid and same if hu had. He performed his duSpencer Royston, a hard working foi sale from the best types of Registered Sunday wero Thos. Cherry uud wife, Miaaea Jennio Refd and Julia Stogg aro ties so impartially nnd satisfactorily that negro man of this place, attended tho Stock. Breeders secured from the best herds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited Prof. J. F. Watson and daughter, Mr. the attendants. Bro. Miliken will per- when hia four yearB were up, ho was circus at Danvlllo Wednesday and was McMurry and Miss Bertie Hilton and form tho'ceremony. They will leave at given a clear track so far as his party was buncoed out of $52 by a slick attache of tho writer and wo wero all well paid for once lor Burksvllle. Yiu may expect concerned and nominated without oppo- tho show. Royston went with Marshal our trip, for Bro. Collier preached n good tho Hustonvilln column to bo spiced sition. Doc Coll'ey ran agaiuBt him in Arnold to Milledgevillo to day to try and sermon and a few of us received a good with matrimonial matter from now on the final round, but he beat hltn, as easy recover his monffy. dinner. as rolling on" a log and as Legislator Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Rigney, have indefinitely. Utile Stella Colyer, daughterjof.W. of Bell, said when he beat three "tho sympathy of tho entire community Gov. McCreary and tho prohibitionII. and Mary Colyer, a bright little blos- ist, Demaree, addressed a good sizud au- republicans in a republican stronghold, ou the lossof their bright littlo son, som of eight years, was cut down by tho dience 1 Delivery Wagon, at tho Presbyterian church Tuca he could have beat a dozen just as caBy. Wnde Walker, who died Wednesday i Iron Safe (Hall's Make), 2 show cases, 1 pair grim monster death in the form of diph- day afternoon. Last spring Mr. Kennedy shied his about 1 o'clock. Tho little fellow had Mr. Demareo spoke first &c. theria Tuesday at 10 o'clock. Littlo Stel- and then excused himself, and well he castor In the ring again. There wero been suffering for several weeks with riatform Scales, 1 Cheese Safe, 1 Tobacco Knife, 1 Bung Borer, bright child some and will be have been used la was a sweet and an extra fever. The funeral will take place to- These fixtures did or ho would havo been somewhat John Bright, J. M. Johnson and M. and ono th'at her teacher and lecliool-mate- s embarrassed, when three mighty good men, striving morrow, Friday. tho governor showed all loved, and especially did her Monday afternoon as Mrs. W. A. tho egregious errors ho tnado in his for the nomination, but they couldn't teacher. Sister speech. Although motherly Sunday-schoo- l theru was no lire In bent him and attain ho was nominated Arnold and daughter wero driving up Albright, love her. All that any one tho church, tho peoplo waxed warm with for ussesnor of Lincoln county, and again Richmond street a heavily loaded wagon had to do to love her was to know her. enthusiasm, when bo ho is going to be elected just tho same as ran out depot street and striking the the Remember we have the best selection of Oh, how much wo will all miss her out gin speaking and regretted very much if no republican was on tho track. He piston tore off one of the bind wheels Wo wish to euy of our Sunday-school- . to seo htm close. Ho shook hands with is a mighty good man and a capital as- and threw the occupants out. Fortuto her bereaved father and mother, her many friends and nately tho Indies were not hurt, but they staunch supporters, sessor and the peoplo will have him. littlo sister and brother, that while It is and wo are euro his majority I Mr. Kennedy married Miss Mottle were badly frightened. In about, an in this true littlo Stella will never stand by the placu will bo as great as over. of tho late Samuel Givens, hour after this happened a wagon loaded daughter church organ nnd sing with the choir a very estimable woman, nnd thev have with eggs driven by Mr. Stone overturn- Coal vases, coal hods, &c, in town. Call and see us before you make while her mamma leads the music any Perhaps no woman who over lived had 11 children, Beven of whom are liv- ed in the same place. About 100 dozen more in this world, and thosu little was loved with a fiercer affection than ing. A democrat tried and true, who pgro were broken and a number of cases your purchases in any thing in our line. hands which so willingly helped to tho wife of Andrew Jackson. After has never scratched a ticket or sulked in demolished. Verily, troubles never con light the bunions of others ill uot ad- keeping his dueling pistols oiled and the tho camp, Mr. Kennedy Is eminently singly. minister to us any more in this life, and of his temper Bet all his life deserving of the good things his party notwithstanding her littlo feet that were on her account, Old Hickory said on his has given him and tho democrats will ROWLAND. awift on errands of love have ceased to deathbed that ho would forgive all bis seo that ho is again elected by an over John Adams was kicked by a horse walk our streets In this world forever, enemies except those who had slander- whelming major it v. and injured so severely that his recovery and whilff all this is sad, yet it Is sweet ed her. is doubtful. During tho hunting season, i. o. from GEORGE WASHINGTON DeBORDE. and comforting to know that alio will bo Judge ShellSn is able to be out among October 1st, 1891, to March 31st, 1605, the by the side of Jesus and will sing again. Mrs. Nancy Proctor, of ML Verthe angels, and her littlo hands will be Norfolk & Western will take freo in bag Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent and Proprietory. non, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. reaching out to receive yon all into tho gago cars, when accompanied by owner Remedies, Nervous Tonics and Headache Cure, B.P. Martin. Heavenly home. Her little feet will be and at their risk, tho dogs of sportsmen Your correspondent is thankful to walking tho golden streets of the City of or hunting parties, not exceeding 6no "Sretaw" for his poetic effusion in last our God, for Jesus Bald "Sutler littlo dog to each man. issue, in which we are associated with children to come unto mo and forbid In tho Missouri village of Lockwocd Toilet Articles and Perfume, Soap, Tooth Lotion, Dan- the great men of old Mt. Xenia. He them not, for of such is tho kingdom of a Kansas divino preached in the morn-lu- g druff Remover, Hair Vigor, treats of withered flowers as Bryant did. God." on ' I'll no Damned if I Do nnd I'll The art of ombalming, which has no Damned if I Don't, and( in tho Then grieve not with hopeless sorrow, been lost so many centuries, has been Jesus has folt your pain; "Seven Miles to Holl." unearthed by a scientific man of this Ho did your lamb but borrow, Paw-paSchool Books, Blk. Bks., Pencil Tablets, Writing Paper, beer is being manufactur place. Hn has given it a fair test and again. He'll giro her back School Crayon.. ed extensively at this timo iu fcl'owell saya the corpse is a nice, quiet one and She took tho cup of life to sip, county. A pjut of it will Lake tho "paint turned perfectly white. This is not tt Id Too bitter 'twas to drain; otr u brick house and make u man forget She put it meekly from her lips, as a matter lor creating lovity. lie has a mother-in-la'And went to sleep ngain. The frost destroyed every greon Ihe Women's Christian Temper Asleon in Jesus, blessed sleep, thing in Logan'rcreek bottoms, even the From which none ever wake to weep, ance Union of Chicago has .retained fodder seed. A few bipeds were saved, A calm anil undisturbed repose, counsel to begin u crusade ngainst tho In order to- having been housed before "Jack" apUnbroken by tho last of foes. exhibition of "living pictures" nnd Born in old Virginia and named for tl 0 peared. Tell John Bright that his con against objoctionablo theatrical bill HUBBLE. father of his country and like him, as jectures of the weather aro incomplete, boards. is truthful, tho demo- unless ho luserts the fact that three Eubanks Bros. have moved into Benton, Ky. boastfl of n thirteen-year-ol- d honorable as ho frosts ebual a rain and cool weather. their'new dwelling. "pretty little milkmaid" who cratic nominoo for jailer of Lincoln is an OfUollis Carrier has moved to his faKd Miner was called to Louisville weighs 470 pounds, and wtio has n baby honest old Bon of toil whom wo delight 42 years he has made his ther's place and will run the blacksmith Monday night to attend his brother's sister who makes tho beam tremble at to honor. For living and that of a largo family by tho shop. Mrs. Ashlock is going to move funeral. 175 pounds. JL V. 'I sweat of his brow over an anvil in a back to the old place on Dix Klver. Mr. of Prof. T. M. Goodknight and wife, blacksmith's shop, content to serve his Dyehouso and family have moved from aro visiting Mr. "and Mrs, Frankfort, furo for tho m- Oct. 10. 17 and lS.-party by nlwaa voting for its nominees Lebanon Junction to this city. Mrs. It will be sold till Nov. 1st at Astonishingly Low Prices. This Robt. Rico. trip to lllchmond, Va., and re- nnd nssistiug to that end with his humble Susan Newcomb, of Brodboad, is visit-iuround eludes all styles, and the patterns are all new and desirable. Mrs. Fannlo Ball has Bold two acres turn and also to Old Point Comfort uud means. Getting along in years and seerelatives here. Mrs. Allio Gaines of hfr land near tho colored school houso roturn via. tho Ohesbcuko A Ohio Rail- ing n chance to make n living in nn easier has returned from Missouri, where she to Moria Owsley for 200. way, tho only lino (rom tho West to Vir- Henry James B. Gentry and brothers aro yiuiu Cities. Visit tho Virginia Stato way, Mr. DeBorde decided to ofler him- has beeen visiting relatives. Tbarp, of Richmond, was here this week. This Opportunity. threshing their crop of timothy nnd ex- Fair, Inspect tho cheap farm lands of tho self for the nomination for jailer. Thero It is believed by the knowing ones pect to sell tho seed rather than bale tho Old Dominion whoro tho climato is very were nnv number of candidates, but ho Drug-gistJL. B.. distanced them all and won hands down that tho L. & N. will make Rowland tho hay. nearly perfect, whero thero are no cy- by a plurality pf 255, just as he is going end of a divison again. It is claimed J. W. Swopo a many friends hero join his good wife and family in thoir clones, drouths or blizzards, and where to distance Brer Petrey by oven a larger that the last chango did not produce the sayings to the company that had been trouble by meeting thorn with all sym- thero aro unequalled markets for all vote. kinds of farm and garden products. Kentucky from anticipated. Some changes are also be Mr. DoBordo camo to pathy possible. Address G. W. Barney, G. I. A., Lex- Washington county, Va., when he was ing made among the qllicinls and the Reports come from Mrs. G. P. Bright . four years old, his father first locating at new ones may not see like the wise men that she is gottlng along nlcoly at Mar- ington. tinsville, Iud., and wo nro glad to hesr Somerset. In 1860 he came to Lincoln who vie with each other in claiming the Follitene8a costs little and yeilds and with tho exception of three years honor of killing Rowland. &It is also a that sho is pleased with her troatment. . much. Mme. do Lambort. spent in tho Confederate army bb a pri- fact that they can not do without the Mrs. George R. Engleman is visiting Thero is nothing in love but what wo vate in Capt. Thomas II. Shanks' com- buildings and water supply at this place, Eliza HarriB is arfriends here. Mrs. imagine. pany, ho has made tho county his home, since they are,now sending engines hero ranging to havo her dwelling repaired Compliment ls the highroad to tho nicely. Mrs. Jack Yakoy haa been very lie was a galfant soldier and was just the to be washed out and filled with water, of woman. Ohampcenest. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? kind of a private that Gen. Gordon de there being none at Corbin. Tho people sick for a few days, but Dr. Lewis re- heart Ib Love like tho moon: when it does scribes in his eloquent lecture v.ould gladly welcome their return, as thit th Outfit anl Otitcnt Hoot. Is IT mflts ihertcit It ports her a littlo better at thia writing. ltvtj3 ClBeUnuil nij Lcx.uKtuul tJiailcs iliurtest ClMlunstt u Illr- not inprease, it decreases. Segur Returning from the war Mr. DeBorde they invested here believing it would , Mmllu l."rlft l lucmuaiu j - x.'r urin: rtm Cln,l fowl ta CIiMtkuovp.. AtuiiU. or Jackn'OTUU, tiorltU. To marry is solemnly to submit one's 'resumed bis trade and shortly afterwards be permanent. Great wlta are euro to madness near allied. liberty to law and one's welfare to ca married Miss Hannah Foley, of Crab OrSOLID VEStlBULED TRAINS And thin partitions do their bounds di- prico. Danville. The Centre College foot chard, who has been to him a loving and riVeenltftJialxt jwilnti. Through firsts VIkWjrn'lS!irTe- vide. luir IMS running larrup-- csn vmcuwui i. nmuini. au. Love is a disorder that has threo sta- true helpmeet. Thoy havo seven living ball team will tackle Vanderbllt Univerjmuo iu .iw yrim. r AilMTUlr. N. C. IHrvct line 10 r ErrPWBfllko straws, upon tho Burfaco ges: A.k aianti lUtitmvu sity at Nashville, Oct. 20th. V. L. Reed, li nhreTtort. LawRuctbnrK.ilirrcttours t dllf'Tnla.EuJ rum IuliiUIc , desire, possession satiety. Senac children and two denb. Three of his connection li at LclbjUa KJulbTTllli tnJ flow Jr , only Bon of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reed, lbtMlltaMtit..41dM&tiu wcn,NEARS0N-- , fpr pearls must de Meilhan. Ho who would search daughters are grown, f of this city, died at Middlesboro, of tyGcn'l Pus'r Atat, CinclauU. O. dlvo below. Dryden. Mr. DeBorde is a Baptist, a Mason and phoid fever after a short illness. Farris 'I would rather trust than Enbry Clark shot aocior k Know of,"savs that meuicine Ma0n,any an Odd Fellow and stands high in each. & Whitley sold to Judge Prewltt a load In Lewis count ,QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Mrs. liattle of cattle at 3c. Love & 22 gray squirrels without moving be- Chilton, carter Co., Mo., in speaking ot Chamber-ide- Ho haa been frequently tho presiding of- of 1,300 pound Will Liliard sold to Thomas Chenault, of and Diarrhoea Iternedy, yond tho limit of five feet. It is said that aln's Colic, lodges and has in other ways Madison, 50 1,100 pound feeding cattle 35 and 50 cent bottles squirrels aro journeying Intlio county llockcr, druggist, Stanford. for st,'e by Dr. S.l ficer of his Advocate. honored by them. He strives to at been by thousands. live up to the obligations thoy impose on him and succeeds as well as tho next man, Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, ft, ,1 .' m v j'v, - COLLEGE HOME, i m v y ft "i -- Short-Han- d. J. STAPP, PRES., Type-Writin- ei BLUE-GRAS- S conrt-hoim- o Duroc Red Jersey Swine n Un-than- k, FOR :SALE I SOLD AT A BIG BARGAIN. Giv-en- HEATING STOVES! hair-trigg- er HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Buy Your '' ,eve-ulug- on Books At W. B. MCRoberts'. -- Reduee my Large Stock - "D A "DT7 R t WALLJ -- One g YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PENNY. MISS F 17 H Sainte-Beuv- o. 109 90 iui it 1. 1 ra (fe 3c fcAh. s. -- J . , "- - Ji v-- . - iv fu , -- a- u ar ,j .a- ' ... JlU&lM . ' I I preceded it. The worst damage waB. done at St. Piorro and Miquelon Ialanda, Newfoundland, where 300 vessols wero coyoREs,s....IirijAs. n. srcnEAKT Three men killed and four badly in damaged, 50 of thorn being completely steam-plp- o explosion at ChicJ AS. WALKER OIVENS jured in a For County Judge wrecked, and 30 lives lost. Around New G. B. COOPER ago. Clerk ". B. PAXTON The wind wrecked a tenemont uouso York the storm was extromoly severe, J. Attorney . T. D. NEWL.AND in New York, killing four and injuring and many vessols wrecked. Sheriff E. D. KENNEDY 13 Assessor people. G. W. DEBORD MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Jailer Congressman Bourko Cochran hfis announced his intention not to run for Miss Lizzie, the handsome daughter Thk democrats o Massachusetts nomof Mrs. Prissie Drye, of Uustonville, and inated John E. Russell for governor, and Since tho Debs strike, the A. R. U.t Mr. W. Lud Evans, the popular druma full ticket Ex Gov. V. E. Kussell has gradually died till it is now so dead mer, will be quiotly married in Louis presided over tho convention. The plat- itstinketh. ville Wednesday next. form endorses the National administraGov.-eleW. C. Oath', of Alabama, Grace Hamilton, aged 10, jyas di tion, demands that raw materials be epoko for democracy in Louisville Wed- vorced from Marion Hamilton, 17, at and skirts in prices from 50c up. Foster's hook Kid Gloves, pSc for placod on tho freo list, that the govern- nesday night. Muncle, Ind. They ought to havo been Philadelphia lies tho finest city clock in this week. Linen collars in 7 different styles at money only and cuffs 15c cents, ment shall coin metallic The fall term of tho United Stntes switched and rnide to live together as n the world. Tho face, which is ten yards worth coined mono? shall that nothing but this 25c. Extra heavy cotton socks 74c, worth 15c. Extra Supreme court opened Monday with 8 punishment for their precocity. in diameter, can be won from every part be a legal tender and evorv dollar be of cases on the calendar. floor oil cloth 20c, worth 35c. A big line of wedding of Dr. Hervey Keller of Tho the city, The minute hand is four eqnal intiensic value. Tho untaxed Tho Anderson News Bays that since and Miss DelmaCrutcher.both of Frank- yards long and tho hour hdnd a little shall notes of State and National banks bis visit thero the opposition to Gov. fort, will take place in Cincinnati tho over half that length, be the only paper money and the gov- McCreary has disappeared. early part of next month. Dr. Holler is ernment shall retiro its legal tender as J. It. Burns, a wealthy farmer Of a son of Hon. G. R. Keller, editor of tho CONDITION OF THK Just received, 90c up, mens' boots all prices $1.25, 1.50, 2, 2.50 up fast as possible. The principle of the in. Calkonn oonty, Ala., was murdered and Oarlielo Mercury. is approved and absolute free- robbed by three masked men. come tax The parents of Miss Nancy Read, of FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. to $$, boys' boots 75c, 90c, Si, 1.50 up to $2.25. Hoys' felt hats, dom of religious rights are demanded. The military barracks at GTanada, Fayette, did not look with favor on tho ioc. Mens' blue and brown crush hats 40c. Mens' derby in the lat AT STANFORD, Tho democracy will put up the best fight Nicaragua, have been blown up. Two suit of Tom Goode for her hand, but slio est shapes from one dollar up. Some of the magnets which attract possible, and may reclaim the adminis- hundred were killed and many more in thought Bho knew better than they did, Al the close of busmen Oct. a, 1694. years ago. the crowds. Mens' and young mens' New Fall Suits in all the newtration they lost two jured. so sho agreed to elope. They got as far RESOURCES. est patterns. Our facilities for handling large lines of goods permits Martin Irons, tho labor agitator as Lexington, whetotne would-b- e groom On his return from a foreign Bhoro Leant and Discounts................ ...... $130,633 31 who ordered the biz strike at St. Louis a became so elated with bis prospects for Other stocks and bonds us to buy cheaper and of course to sell cheaper than any other house 750 00 whither ho bad gone for the boneflt .of ... 3,135 S6 in Stanfojd. Nothing so well demonstrated this fact as L. Wilson, dozen years ago, la in jail for assaulting happiness that he looked upon the wine Overdraft! his health, Congressman W. .. 15,105 00 girl. , while it was red and got riproariously Due from banks was met at his home at Oharlestown, W. a . .. 5,500 00 presented to the next drunk. A few more drinks laid him Banking houlo and lot..... A bill will be of bis friends and escorVa., by a legion ........... too 00 Furniture and fixtures Alabama Legislature for the removal of out, when Miss Nancy, called a patrol Current expenses . 157 65 ted in triumph to a stand whore for over capital from Montgomery to Birm- wagon, and Beeing him safely off to the Taxes Paid 416 01 an hour ho told of his efforts for tariff the lQyt 90 Last week when the prices on onr new goods were much Unvcr than ingham. 4 watch house, Bho started back homo and wn reform and the final passage of a bill, While Gov. M'Kinley was speaking with a tear in her eye said, "Oh, Tom, would have it, The which if not exactly as he Jjju,6)o 89 the prices asked for old carried over stock by other houses. to a crowd at Munc e, Ind., he abstract- how could have treated mo bo?" and LIABILITIES. is bo vast an improvement on the suits were especially selected for the best and most stylish dressers of plug hat and then, woman-likshe added, "But I iniquity that tho peoplomust rise edly pounded his new Capital stock paid in, iu cash . $,100,00000 the city. Ndt an up to date style missing. They aac made up in wrecked it you all the earae." Jove Surplus fund ... si, wo oo up and call the democratic party blessed. Nearly 200 skeletons, with many fine Frocks, Sacks, both single and double breasted, round and square ........ 1,151 68 Undivided profits. Other speakers occupied tho platform FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. spleces of wampum, pottery and other Due to ltinkt.......... .................. s;4 36 corners. and the meeting was continued almost Individual Deposits ... 107,113 7 ... 10:30 p. m. Tho relics, were unearthed in a hill near D. B. Stage has bonght a lot of corn without a stop from 1 to Ind. $330,640 SO in the field at $2. n enthusiasm was great and the demonstraCollector Johnson has been forced to Cashier of the Farmers Bank bought of various par- A: I, John B. foreshadow the triumphant tion seems to J. T. Embry Trust Co., ol Manlord, Kr., swear that the reduce his force of storekeepers gaugera bove statement i correct to the best of my Look at our S3, ties six mule colts at 120 to $33. reelection of tho great tariff reformer. 4 and SS Overcoats. Actually worth double the by 50 men, owing to' the shutting down knowledge and belief. Tommy Brltton won tho yearliriR JOHN B. OWSLEV, Cashier. money. O.s motion of the Hon. John D. White, of distilleries. Sworn to before me by I. II, Owsley, this Oct. race at Lexington Wednesday In 2:34. W. M. BRIGHT, N. 1". L. C The latest political gossip is to the , 1891. the injunction against the republican IsinRlass has won $217,1G5 in threo was dissolved and effect that Judge W.H.Yost, of the Sucommittee in the 11th seasons and is now only a four year old. REPORT OF TIIE CONDITION it was permitted to declare the nominee perior Court, will make the race for At A mare 28 years of age recently gsve for Congress, which it did by proclaim- torney General. to her first foal at New Oanaan, birth The railroad from Jaffa to Jerusalem ing Hon. David Colson, the standard Conn. THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUST0NVILLE. bearer. The effect of this will be has proved a financial failure, and has The Owensboro Inquirer Bays tho In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business A: URI3ANSKY & CO., Proprietor that Colson will get his name printed un- passed Into tho hands of the Rotbschilda frost canght a good deal of late tobacco Oct. 2, lEot. . other candidates who advanced money to build it. der the eagle and the T: D. RANEY, Manager. in that section. China is said to have called upon RESOURCES. will be at a disadvantage. Col. Adams G. T. Lackey sold to. Sterling F. says be is in the fight to the finish and Russia to use its good offices to stop the GrimeB, of Cuero, Texas, a ...... ,............4ic4. 671 71 Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.... 4,193 17 and while it is reported that Mr. White war. The London Times sayB the Pow- harness mare for f200. V.S. Bonds to secure circulation....., u.joo 00 will withdraw, it is more than likely that ers muot allow China and Japan to fight Bonnie Wilmore, 2:14J, the once Banking House, furniture and fixtures, i.jco 00 He too will be a candidate to the end. If it out. . 1,700 15 Association great campaigner, sold at Lexington un- Due from National Bank,. The State Bankers' the democratic convention tt Middles-bor- o meets at Faducah October 17 and 18. der the hammer for only 1500. Due Irora Stats Banks and Bankers... 1,56761 14,131 is on the 10th, will act wisely a demo- There are over 200 State and National Cotton wib damaged by a light frost Due from approved reserve agents...... 49 01 crat will represent the Bloody 11th in the banks in Kentucky that aro members of Monday night in West Tennessee, North Checks and ether cash Items ....... .. . My stock of . 3.601 00 Notes uf other Nat. Banks..... next Congress. Mississippi and Eastern Arkansas. Fractional paper currency, nickels and the association. I 5 5 Cent The three year old colt Black Ilawk, The fight against Senator Hill has TnosE who make fun of Virginians 10,560 00 won a raco at Morris Specie and other Southerners for using the word begun in New York. E. P. Wheeler by Hyder All, Legal tender notes............ 1,000 00 Park yesterday at the good odds of 300 Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer "tote" will be surprised to learn that it named for governor by a and 400 to 1. 7 56a 50 independent 3 per cent, of circulation is not of negro origin as many suppose. committee of i Maud Marcum broke the running of Century devotes The current number Total . $i7,j6j 19 Gov. Hughes says that Arizona will record for f of a ml'e at Morris Park, Shoes, See, is now complete Call and see me. a long articlo to tho word. Ab far back LIABILITIES. as 1077 it is used in a remonstrance from become a larger gold producer than any covering it in 50. Correction held the Capital steck paiiPiii $o,o oo tho peoplo of Gloucester county, Va., other Territory or State. The gold output record before at 57. ... jo.ooo oo Surplus fund,,..... Wm. Barrackman of Jefferson coun- Undivided profits which is now preserved in the public re- -' last year was S2.0S0.250; Bilver, $1,170,000 1,491 jo ty, sold 50 shipping cattle last week at 5 National Bank nates outstanding London. "Tote" appears and copper 4,27000 pounds. 11,13000 cord office in English t,iai it George Fallis, white, 33 yeare old, cents, and J. T. Davis, of Oldham coun- Due toother National Bank.. to have been a We arc receiving a full line of Due to State Banks and Hankers tt 76 word in the 17th century. It meant was instantly killed by the Louisville ty was offered 5 cents for his lot. Individual deposits subject tu 7'(3' 9 to utilize scrub Burlesque wri- Southern, near Burgin. He had stolen a The latest scheme then, as now, to bear. Total ..JiJ7.JJ 9 ters who represent a negro as "toting a ride on the mixed train, when ho fell off horses is the conversion of their flesh inbetray their ignorance. breaking his neck nud fracturing his to "dried beef," which is ahipped to I, J. W. Hocker, Cashier of the above named horse to water" Jersey City. There is Bald to bo money Bank, do solemnly swear that the nbota statement In Virginia English the negro "curries" skull. Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. gotten in the business. John Derwood, who had just the horse to water by making the horse J. W. HOCKEK.Casher. e at Harrodsburg out of the Offutt, of Louisville, bought of Ma "tote" him; 8th Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. Subscribed and sworn to betore me for beating his Bister, was tried in tho cir son, of Hardin county, 50 choice feeding Secretary Uokb Sxiitii can see no cuit court there for perjury and given cattle out of a bunch of 87 nt 3J. Thoy day ol Oct , 1894. J. II. HOCKER, N. I', C Edward Alcokm. i cause for alarm over the result in Geor. three years in tho pen. Another indict- are to be delivered Oct. 30 and are exDirectors D.S.Johnson, majority was T.J. KOU1NSON gia. True Gov. Northen's pected to weigh about 1,200 lbs. ment for arson is pending against him. 03,000, but the republicans had no canA mob tookv Alex Richardson from Alix, 2:03J, wunt beat ner record Can sell them at prices never brforc known. Wc make all of our didates that year and did not endorse jail at Irvine and hung him for the at- at Lexington Wednesday, but could do REPORT OF TUE CONDITION or the populiBt nominees as they did this tempted rape and murder of Mrs. Wylie no better than 2:0S1. John R. Gentry, own pipe and can fit any stove. year. The vote should bo compared White a neighbor. He protested his in- 2:033, pacing, also attempted to lower his THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, with tho presidential election of 1892, nocence even after he had been strung up ucord, but failed. Ills time was 2:05J AT STANFORD, when the democratic majority was and let down to give him a chance to Parties owing me seasons for either nnlw about 5.000 more than this confeas. horse or jack service will greatly oblige In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business year, which can bo accounted for by the Oct. 7, 1S94. Five lives were lost in a Pennsyl- me by settling with meat once. I dis' light vote polled. It Is noticeame, too, vania colliery Monday night by the neg- like to dun personally and hopo this no I RESOURCES. that no reduction of majorities took ligence of a miner in lighting a lamp. tice will be Bufficlent. M. S. Baugh-ma- n. , Loans and discounts .....130,754 7s place in districts where the fight was The mine is so badly damaged that op3,849 87 During September 150 cars of export Overdrafts, secured and unsecured conducted in lino with a platforn erations can not be resumed for two Handsomest line ever brought to jo.ooo 00 Parlor Lamps in great variety. pound currency. shipped from Paris. The U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation a years and over 900 persons are thrown cattle were Stocks, securities, etc 14,179 01 Stanford. Wc also lead in Kentuckian says the L. & N. received JIanklnj-houifurniture anu natures.. 9,130 00 Geobqk Denny is begging the demo- out of employment. Due Irom Nat. Hanks. 3,151 93 5,016,500 pounds of freight and forwardThe Supreme Court of South Carolicrats of the 7tb to stulify themselves by 83 34 pounds during the aamo Due from State Banks and Bankers...... ,. 4,941 74 Congress just one na, having undorgone the necessary ed 5,500,000 Due from approved reserve agents voting to send him to former decis- month. Checks and other cash items...... 983 90 little term. This he says they can do changes, kas reversed its J. A. Hamon received October 3d Notes ot other tiat. Banks being found out under our beau- ion on the dispensary law.and now de- 20 sugar mule colts bonght at prices Fractional paper currency, nickels and 1,15900 without law constitutional. Gov. Till. cents 137 33 tiful secret ballot system. The roaring clares the to $05. They are extra man is now ready for another active raid ranging from $40 Specie ..7,8J5 00 of Bashan's gall o'er leaps itself. Bull fine. He also received a lot of cotton Legal tender notes. of his constables against tho blind tigore. ..1,393 00 10,130 00 Call and Sec a Beautiful Line. The democrat who would vote for him costing from $20 to $35. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer Thirteen people were Injured, two mnle colts, penitentiary for ought to be put In the 1,130 00 5 per cent, of circulation. GoorRetown Times. of tho Wash' perjury, especially if ho participated in fatally, by the wrecking B. Wiseman, of Estill, sold Total II. 5361,165 10 Chattanooga vestibule train, ington and the primary. of 214 acres to Wm. on the Southern railroad, his Kirksville farm LIABILITIES. be democrats mean enough near Bristol. The engine and eight cara Hendren at $53.25 per acre. Harry Cobb, There may republican ticket or refrain were burned. Some fiend placed a bolt of Red House, raised 500 buBhels of : : to vote the Capital stock $100,000 00 and sold them in town at 00c surplus funu..... u,oo 00 voting at all because their men on the track and caused the catastrophe. from Undivided profits 919 49 were not chosen in the primary, but we Dealers in- The Massachusetts Republican plat- Richmond Climax. 45,000 00 creatures live in form Bays that the Republican party Louisville Fair and driving as- National Bank Notes outstanding The can't believe any euch Due to other National Banks 7S4 13 sociation Oct. 23 to 20, inclusive, prom- Due to State Binks and Bankers Lincoln county. The man who would stands for "the suspension of 1.148 71 : meeting. There are Individual deposits subject to check... 80,153 54 And yet the ises to be a great take part in a primary election and and third days Demand certificates of deposit 5,000 00 three races on the first and then oppose the nominees is devoid of rum for which tho Republican Also 15 m and four on the second .and fourth. The Certified Check rediscountcd and would go back on any obligahonor of the United Statea used to Notes and bills 3,559 13 good horses will tion, however Bacred. Lot no such man chargo 20 cents a drink was manufactur- purses are liberal and Total..... ..4381,165 00 contest for them. be rruHted. ed in Massachusetts! Col, D. L. Moore has bought of E. STATE OF KENTUCKY, A. Vancleave, of Marion county, County of Lincoln, Senator Blackburn, in speaking of " of Danville, 400 head of 1,000 Buckner for the was awarded f 1,000 damage against the W. Lee, above I, John J.McRoberts, the candidacy of Gov. at 2J cents. W. H. Bank, do solemnly swear cashier ofthe abovenamed pound feeding cattle that that state, beaten Western Union Telegraph Company for U. S. Senate, says H he has to be & C. K. Crossfield Bhipped 74 225 pound mentis true tothe best of my knowledge and be lief. JOHN J McKOBERTS, Cashier. the Gray Eagle of Glen the defendant's failure to deliver a telebought up in the coun he would rather Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10 day gram announcing the death of a relative hogs which they W. M. B RIGHT, N. I. L. C. Lily would do it than anybody. The Suits, Parlor Goods and Chairs. 5 cents. The BJmo parties have f Oct., 1894. that the at Lake City, Mo. The telegram was re- ty at I. S. Hockkr, " Bteers Senator evidently doeBn't think bought 02 yearling and XV, Havobn, - Directors. 1. ' Is in it and as trying to bait ceived at nine o 'clock at night, but was News. W. A. Triable, J W. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel: not delivered until the next morning at 2 to 3J cents. Anderson taffy. bis following with DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. NEWSY NOTES. At Marble Rock, Iowa, George Therk is one populist less in Georgia. of that pe- Reams murdered his wife and cut his In Early county one adherent culiarly wild party and a democrat quar- own, throat. According to census flgureB just reled over the election result. Words 8rAroBD Ky., October 12, 1894 waxed warmed and a bloody battlo re- published IS out of 100 families own sulted in which the democrat's pop got n their farms or homes. Tho second West India hurricane bead on the pop. and sent him to KingW. P. WALTON. was moro disastrous than tho ono which dom come. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal John O. Hill bought of John Murgelding for 9135. phy h Azote, the great California horse, three-year-old r ct won tho Transylvania at Lexington on Monday in straight heats. The tlmo, which was the fastest threo heats ever trotted in Kentucky, wan 2:03?, 2:09J and j AND CUSTOMERS. Dan Cupid, owned by Samuel 2:091. Salter, father of Mrs. M. F. Elkin, was We have ready for your inspection a large and beautiful stock of. second and Trevillvan third. Tho Kentucky Futurity for foals of Fall and Winter Goods. It is with much pleasure that we inform you 1891, tho richest trotting raco tho world that we arc right in it. Never before have prices been so low. Wc ISO to the winhas ever seen, worth $22 are ready now to offer for the cash some ner, was won at Lexington Tuesday in straight heats, by tho favorite, ISeuzetta. Futurity wan second, and Celayn third, -:- Time, 2:101, 2:10Ud 2:HJ. Thero wero nine starters ami Nellie A., tho hereto- If you trade at the Louisville Store that is the p'acc where you only fore largest three-yeold winner otf tho pay for what you buy and don't help to pay for what somebody else year, was among lUe last. Benzettn, tho winner, is by Onward, dam by Harold, has bought and wont or can't pay for. Read the following quotations: looking Ladicsl Muslin Underwear, fine gowns 75c, worth Si. 25, fine gowns and is not an extraordinary chestnut tllly. Shu has a recoid of 2:12 $1, worth Si. 75. A large assortment of gowns, chemise, drawers ami is said to havo a tril In 2:10. To Our Friends Bargains 8jc, . Startling ! ar 1 ILAILM1ES9 SHOX2I OUR : BIO : SALES ! 1 Mc-Kinl- ey e, Mor-ristow- n, Ow-ldT- , OVERCOATS. : STAXTFOHD, TTZ., LOUISVILLE STORE, . IFAIX GrD$ w - d dem-crat- Cloth lag. Furnichincr Goods, Boots ' e. H. J.McROBERTS. cbt-c- Stoves, Stoveteris, Coal Hods, work-hous- f Come in and See Them, W. H. WEAKEN & CO. a r 38,-r- wi LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. ( e, Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. south-boun- d, ap-pi- es W. W. WITHERS, dram-Bellin- g dram-drinking- ." Vice-Preside- nt HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &0., 1 FOLDING BEDS, WARDROBES, SIDEBOARDS, Bed-Room H J- ' lr if f s I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 12, 1894 Pay your 1801 tare. Bale. No. 1 milch cow for & Son. B. F, Jones Stanford, Kv., OcTonnn 9 9 9 Gov. McCkkary will speak at Danville, Monday at 1 o'clock. Hides. Highest market prlco paid for them In cash by M. F. Elkln. m E. C. Walton, Business Manager KEAN8 BUSINESS. Boy your school bookn nntl achool sup piles ol all kinds nt A. K. Penny's. Watches, clocks anil Jowolry repaired and vrarrantod. Kngravini; a specialty, Two cottages on Whitley Avenue for rent at $0 each per month. Miller & Holm. m i New goods of all kinds and a big lot o' at A. 11. Penny's. Zeigler shoes Just received at 8. 11. Tub largest stock of Druijfl, Modicinon, " Perfumery, Paint and Wall Paper at Shauks'. Cull mid Bee. Inscriptions a special- A. II. Penny'a. For all claeeeH of ladies' and men's boots and bIioch, you can do ns well with ns ns at tho factory. Hughes it Tato. PERSONAL POINTS. Mils. J. 0. Flokknck has boon quito sick for somo time. Muu Lola. ItuiiKH, of Danylllc, ia the guest of Mies Henry Fish. Misa ViitoiLKSK Uallamj is tho guest of Misa KHa May Saundors. Mita. Betsy Nkvius Is spending tho week with relatives in Boyle. Miia. J. 0. McClary has been sick for a week or more but is improving. Mb. J. I. Exolwian, of Madison, was down to sea his relatives a few dnva. Mk. A. II. Pknny, whohassuQered for some timo with a stomach trouble, is quite sick. J. P. Jones In now in tho cities buying goods for tho "new store" of B. F. Jones & Son at North Mlddletown. Mias IJwMK Buu.N'sinx, ono of GarWk will give ono ticket on a $50 sowing machine for every $2 50 Bpent with us until Jan. 1, '90. W, II. Wenren & Co. 9 9 T Du. Stkklk Bailky notifies tho doctors of tho quartorly meeting of tho Kentucky Medical Association, which will convene in Danville noxt Thursday at 10:30 o'clock. I ' ! , rard county's handanmest girls, ia tho guest cf Miss Pearl liurnside. Mas. John Bbll Gn9QN?aud children loft yesterday for Williamsbug, where thoy will reside in tho future Mil. T. I. IIxiuiino, wlfo and two handsomo sons, of Garrard, have been visiting rqlativen in this county. Miss Kosa L. Jokku leaves Monday to accept a poaltlon in tho North Middle-tow- n College, where sho taught last year. Mrs .Txo. J. McHonsRTS and Mrs. J. 0 Hays wont 'o Danville Wednesday, exhibit but tho fact that the circus ing theru has nothing to du with the ewe. Mrs. P. V. Grkcn colebratod her Wednesday night with 'atecnth birth-daa royal supper, to which she invited many of her lady friends, gentlemen being barred. Tub following couples attended tho Harvard Quartet entertainment at Lancaster Wednesday night: C. K, Tato and Miss Mamlo Lynn, Jack Kout and Miss Pearl liurnside, George McRoborts and Mien Howie Burnaide, J. M. Alverson and Miss Martha Paxton Bout, J. II. Yeoger and Misa Annie Halo, J. S. Wells and . Miss Maggio Owsley, Misa Elizabeth and the I. J. man. Tho music was tine, the recitations good and wll en,. joyed them and tho beautiful moonlight drive. cs Mc-Klwa- ln CITY AND ViniNlTY. ta and table spoons at l)anks'. 9 m Clocks and watches at DankB'. m Nkcklack8 and rings at Hanks'. Tradk with Danks, tho Jeweler. Silvkk knives and forks at Danks'. Aitlks. 100 ples for sale. buahels of Genllan Karris it Hardin. ' ap- Tun Flying Dutchman is with us again and tho demand (or nickles is great. 9 m Opals from 75c to 18 each at Danks, Select a stone before the best aro sold. " n Desirable dwelling and premises on Danville afreet. II. Helm. " Foil Rk.vt. - 1' I .S Ohbai'kb. Call and examine n lino of guns cheaper than ever before. A bar- , gain lor cash. W, B. McRoborla. Lost. Ulack Poland China boar and weighs about 100 pounds. Any informaW. O. tion thankfully received. . Shanks. Wo must close n tlmo 1b limited. our stock out at once; goods and fixtures to bo sold regardless of cost. B. F- " Jones & Son. An interesting letter from "Happy Jack" Miller' from Montevideo, South America, 7,000 miles away, will appear in our next isauo. girl Is tho latest addiAn tho growing family of Mr. and tion to Mrs. J. W, Hayden and she has been named Mary Craig for her aunt. . "Watku is so scarce at Corbin that engines aro being sent from that placo to Rowland to be waahod out. Tho supply of drinking water thero is also nearly exhausted. Tub Williamsburg Timea says that Brookln T. Hardin, Is hold in 500 bond for obtaining money under false protonan Ho lived at Crab Orchard once. where ho did not succeed in making a very fine reputation. A. J. Faulknkii haa been nominated frtr muclstrato in tho Waynesburg dis trict and will go down with tho rest of the republicans In his ellort to beat clever and competent E. B. Caldwell, Jr., tho democratic nominee CurriNa Tkktu. Aunt Eliza Thurmond, an old colored woman supposed Ib cutting a to be about 75 years of age, Her old teeth gave splendid set of teoth. out 20 odd years ago and as she haa been gumming it slnco thon, she is rejoiced at the thought o! brand now masticators. eight-poun- d Wk are headquarter for ladies, misses and children's cloth cloaks, cloth capes and fur capea in domestic coonoy, FrencK Mr A. A. Lewis writes from Somercooney, Astrachan and wool seal, Don t stock. set: "Tho friends of Col. Silas Adams buy boforo you examine our throughout his district, incensed at tho Hughes A Tato. outrageous manner in which he has I am prepared to house and take caro been treated by tho allegod injunction of a largo number of any sized flowers or proceedings, aro insisting that he run follago plants during tho coming winter, the raco to a finish and havo called a or I will rent sections of my pit to per- convention of republicans to meet in sons who prefer to take caro of their Somerset Tuesday, Oct 10, at 10 o'clock,.A. own plants. Mrs. W. H. Miller. m., for t"o purpose of nominating a canfor Congress. Tho Colonel is in Hon. W. II. Millkr entertained Gov. didate McCreary and a number of frienda at tho fk.'it to win." A it Kit a triumphant tour of the counsupper Tuesday night, and a season of refreshments and good cheer was enjoy- ty during which he spoke et four places ed. The supper which consisted of near- to enthusiastic crowds and was everyly everything good to eat was served in where received with marked attention, courses on a table beautifully decorated Gov. McCreary left lor Richmond yesterwith roses and other flowers, and showed day. Ho has a very strong hold on the how well versed Mrs. Miller, who grace- people of this county, and thoy will give him tho usual majority. Our people apfully presided, is in the culinary art, preciates genuine merit and recognize Ciiarlky HAZLKTr received a letter that Gov. McCreary has served them and from his brother, J. T. Hazlett, who is thu country at largo in a way to comsection foreman in Estill county, con- mend him to all thinking people. taining a pieco of the rope with which 9 9 9 A nxTiiKu iucy bit of news comes HIchardBOn, tho man who was hung by a mob for the murder of Mrs. White, from Crab Orchard Springs. Among was executed. The hanging wbb from a those who am taking tho Keeley cure bridge on Mr. Hazlett'a section, and he thero is a couple from Owensboro, writes very much like ho was ono of tho whom we shall call Jones. Ho is thero hangers, but ho doesn't Bay so in bo ma- tho fourth time for dipsomnia and she for the opium habit. Other dramatis ny wokIs. i persomu aro, a lady from Frankfort, tho An old time barbecue in honor of Hon. marshal of Nicholasvillo and a man from Jamea B. McCreary will bo given at London. Tho story goes that while Mr. Nicholaaville next Wednesday. Besides Jones was very ill from tho effects of the tho Congressman, the other speakers drastic drugs, his wife, who is inclined to will be Gov. Brown, Gen. P. Watt Harbo lively, took a moonlight drive with din, Hon. Casaius Clay, Attornoy Genhe marshal and tho Frankfort lady with eral Uendrick and Sonator Blackburn. the London man. Mr. Jones did not Two bands of music have been engaged catch on to his wife's indiscretion, and and it will bo a day of rejoicing and things went on Btnoothly till the maramong tho democrats. shal's return to Nicholaaville. It seems Gus Jaubert will mako (he burgoo and man had somehow or arrangements will bo made to feed 5,000 that the London somehow another gotten tho Frankfort people. lady's diamond ring during tbo memora9 When a doctor or a preacher gcta to ble moonlight drive and hid gone home monkeying in politics he becomes a fail- with it. Shu wrote to tho Nicholaaville ure in everything. Dr. Roberts, tho re- man to try to get it for her and in her publican candidate for Congress, the lotter she told him Mrs. Jones sent her "dumb man from Madison," might have love. This induced tho marshal, who is mido a success financially had he stuck also said to he a masher, to write to Mrs. to his proftesiou. As it is ho is out of Junes, at least that's tho way the story practice and his dependence on politics goes, which ho denies. Tho letter was is very poor indeed. This week n re- of a decidedly saccharine nature and publican brother sold him out cf house epoko of her telling him that bIio was go and homo for a debt he ought to havo ing to get a divorce from the old ho had easily paid, if liko a After tho marshal loft it seems stuck to his last. that another jag got smitten with many charms and to mako him Stam'oiid Not In It. Mr. W. F. Mc- jealous, sho was flirting tho letter in his Clary tells us that tho meeting of tbo face. As luck would have it, Mr. Jones Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows held at passed by thu room as she did so and that Paris this week was well attended, marnight ho demanded the letter. She ly overy lodge in tho Statu being reprewouldn't givejit to him, so ho laid low sented. Tho session was held at the and waited till bIio got wrapped in the . Bowling Green was first arms of Morpheus and set out on a still choice for next placo of meeting, tho rest hunt for lt.r. His efforts were rewarded nowhere. The members of tho local and his eyes fairly started from their lodge at Paris gavo a banquet on Wed- Bockets as ho read the tell tale lines. nesday evening in hoiior of tho delegates Ho awoko his wife and berated her for and other visiting members, which was her falsity and infidolity. Thero was a a buccoss in every particular. Odd Fel- "wow andja wumpus," but like all earthlowship seoms to be on a boom In Kenly thinga.lt finally came to an end and tucky. Mr. Jonesislept tho sleep of tho weary i Dm you ever notice how funny the av- with tho letter in ono of the pocket of his erage man regards swearing? He will robe do nult. Mrs. Jones waited for her laugh at it when decent people ought to chanco pnd getting tho letter consigned show their deep disgust. Our misguided It to the flames just as the old man prohibition friend, Brer Demaree, who awoko. Thero was more trouble, but imagines he is running for Congress, has the couple at last kissed and made up evidently discovered the weakness of and all went well again, but only for a certain people for seeing wit in cursing short time. Saturday tho marshal teleand "he interlards the numerous anec graphed that he would arrivoatmidnight dotes with which he fills his speeches with a patient and this coming to the with "cuss" words, which seem to be tho oars of Mr. Jones bo laid for him. Ha only point in them. For instance this is secured Manager Gus Hofmann's gun, the way ho tells this old chestnut: A bat that gentleman after much persuasman killed a hog and left it out that ion and some prevarication, succeeded in night tocool. Noxt morning half ofit was getting it from him and putting Jones to gone. "Some d n democrat stolo that bed. On bis arrival Mr, Hofmann meat," said ho. "How do you know a tho marshal of the sanguinary Btate d n democrat stole it" was asked." of affairs andjaskod him to keep in tho if a d n republican had stolo it, shade. Ho did bo for a while, but finally be would havo taken it all." This Jones ran on him Sunday morning and brought down tho house of course, as drawing a knife,tried to plunge it into men are only boys grown tall 'and laugh tho vitals of tho man he thought had interposed, like school children at anything. At dishonored him. HuBtonville, it was suggested to Bror the marshal protested his innocence, Domareo that as they would use tho peaco was patched up tempororialy and Presbyterian church for the speaking, he the marshal conducted by a round-abou- t ought to discard his profane recitals, and way to the dopot, where he took the he only forgot htmBelt once and used a train, glad doubtless to get out of the "d n it." As wo hear that Brer Dem- reach of the infuriated husband. The aree also "works" as a Methodist preach- fracas caused great excitement and but er, he ought to set a better example and for the timely aid of friends, we not presume that his audience is made would have had to record a real tragedy up o( fools, who think profanity the instead of relating a story possessing doubly compounded quintessence of wit. I much of a farce comedy in its nature. m ' hand-shakinm cud-mudge- in i By Bomo means we failed to mention in our last issue Judge Varnon's speech Under.- GXNTLKMKN, BOO OUT lino of county court day, urging the democrats wear. 8overanco A Son. o to bo to the polls Nov. 0, and vote the ticket. Wo also omitted accidental Pay your 1801 taxes at onco and savo ly an reference to u delightful party at 0 per cent. J. N. Mnnefee, sheriff. 9 Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hullman's a few Soie ecamp attemptod to get into Dr. nights previous. R. L. Davison's room Wednesday night, Missionary Meeting. but a pistol shot or two scared him away. 9 9 Program of Lincoln County MissionAnotiikh frost, a killing ono this timo, ary Work of the Christian Church, to bo camo Wednesday, making three and yet held at Rush Branch Church, Oct. 20: tho unparalleled drouth contluues. J. Devotional exercises, at 10 o'clock. "Fair, warmer Friday," says old probs. 2. Address of Welcome, at 10:15, J. G. 9 Livingston. Mns. Pamblia Brown has a banana 3. Address, at 10:35, by Joa. Ballou. plant on exhibition at W. B. McRoberta' 4 Relation of S. S. to Church Work, drug store, which Ib attracting considerable attention. It is about 10 feet high 11:00, Rev. Gowen. 5. Relation of tho Tempprance Moveand if it gets through tho wjntor all ment to Church Work, 11:30, J. S. right, Mr. J. S. Wells, who knoirs what he's talking about, Bays it will bear fruit 4 Appointment of Committees. Adjourn next year. for dinner. IJavinq given the pictures and pedi1. Address, i m , J. L. Allen. grees of tho members of the democratic 2. Missionary Motives, at 1:20, J. S. county ticket, wo aro now preparing at Hocker, great coat and much labor to present tho 3. Address,. 1:40, M.Elliott. republican ticket. Somo of thu members 4. Spiritualmindedness, W. L. 2:00, are rather short in pedigree, but .vhat Williams. they lack in that wo ehall make up in 5. Address, 2:30, XV.T. Brooke. picture and try to even things up with Rsport of committees. Benediction. them. Two houses for rent. O. 0 Withers.0 This "Ad" drew the Diamond and Emerald Ring and was written by Mrs. J. S. Owsley. Jr. W en-tir- m m XJii.ri.KS IS The Jeweler knows his business and knows it's business to do a square business. Danks docs the right thing. That's why Danks ranks first in the ranks of the trade. When you want to trade go to Danks. Diamonds, Watches, and Jewelry of all kinds sold and guaranteed by Danks. A t JEWELER WHO m Ken-dric- k. 1 MAY BE RELIED ON Main Street, Stanford, Ky. -- OUR- CHURCH AFFAIRS. i- shoe-mak- er Mrs-Jone- court-house- Every Mormon pays 10 per cent of is income to the church. Thero aro 8, 002,033 Roman Catholics in tho United States. Etd.;Mark Collins' meeting at Rich- Of New Fall and winter Goods is on for this week and we have had nothing like it. We shall try and make our House headquarters for mond resulted in 2S additions. Tho Tablernacle choir of Salt Lake all classes of Ladies' Dress Goods, Cloaks, Cloth and Fur Capes, City contains over six hundred singers. Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, Elder W. E. Ellis' meeting at choice Trimmings in Silks, Braids, Furs, &c, and our Men's Departclosed Tuesday vith 14 addiment for Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Underwear Working tions. Tho News says Eld. Roubplt held Shirts, Dress Shirts, Ties, Gloves, &c, is better than ever and all a meeting at the Christian church in prices to suit the Wilson tariff bill. We run ladies' Dress Goods in Lawrenceburg and 21 were added to the cotton and cotton and wool fabrics from 5c yard up to 25c; all wool membership. Tho Southern Presbyterian Synod is Dress Goods from 20c yard to $1.75; ladies' Cloaks from Ji.Soto in session at Paducah. Rev. Sanford M. S20; Capes from $2 to $15. If you intend to buy a fur or cloth Cape Logan and Elder Joseph B. Paxton rep- a Ladies' or Misses' Cloak don't invest your money till you see our resent the Stanford church. ' Lady Somerset and Miss Francis stock. Those of you who have been running away to other markets . Willard are in Cincinnati attending tho to buy goods we only ask you to at least examine home stocks beannual convention of the Ohio Woman's fore leaving our town. After long years of experience we know Christian Temperance Union. goeds are sold as cheap in Stanford as any market in the world. So Over 510,000 was raised by the congregation of tho Central Christian come and patronize those who uphold your town, your county arid Church at Lexington. Sunday morning all its institutions. to pay off tho church debt. Several of the members gave 51,000 each. Sunday Eld. J. S. Sweeney was elected pastor of tho Paris Christian Church, for tbo 2Cth consecutive year. The vote of the congregation stood 432 for Eld. Sweeney, 11 for a change of pastors, and ono vote for Eld. Yancyt-NewProf. Robt. Graham, of the Lexington Bible College, has been immersed again. This time the act was involunta ry and came noar seriously injuring him. He fell into tho baptistry at' a Louisville church and sustained eu:h injuries as to : prevent him from preaching. As tho result of Rev. B. Fay Mills' Our cloaks are arriving daily. We can fit you in style and price. meeting at Frankfort, 324 perrons joined Largest stock, lowest prices. the church Sunday as follows: Baptist 99, Presbyterian 110, Methodist 30, Episcopal 25 and Christian 00. Elder Dareio sas that such a revival was never known We can suit Ladies and Gentlemen out of our very large stock. , See iu tho history of Frankfort. There will be at least 1,000 people in all who will our new Cluze Patent thumb glove for ladies. The most perfect fitjoin tho chinches from it. ting glove ever made. ' The Catlettsburg Democrat says: Rev. Georgo O. Bmiea, the mountain evangelist, well remembered forhiswon derful work in Eisteru Kentucky a few To have you see our Gents', Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and get the years ago, will hold n series of revival prices means a sale. meetings assisted by his two sweet voiced daughters whoso songs appeal bo ' . s rong to tho heart, at Oligonunk. Immense pavillion, 2,000 seating capacity. We have everything in the Rubber line. Sandals and Alaskas for A town in Texas, 6ettled by infidels, gents, ladies and children. fifteen miles Southwest of Texarkana, was named Ingersoll, after the notorious Bob. Lately an evangelist went thero and conducted a meeting, which, by Are arriving daily. Come and'see us. God's blessing, resulted in 215 professions of faith. The people proceeded to 8 change the name of the town to Elson, and they have voted out all the saloons. Western Record. Mar-etsburg Great H H Opening HUGHES & TATE. Body, Hands, Feet. CLOAKS, CLOAKS G-LOVEJ- 3, GLOVES. SHOES, SHOES. . RUBBERS. NEW GOODS 8JT2VJHBAKOE1 & 8 No NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Blue-Gra- ss Selling Out! Selling Out! Nurseries. establishment. ORCHARD, LAWN, OARDEN. A full ttock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubt, Small Fruiti. Grape Vines, Aspsrijus and every thing usually found at such an Try us on prices. We do not sell through agents but direct to the plantrr, Catalogue on application. H.F. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. Gj Tf Worth S3.50 to close at S1.50, 550 pair. We will continue to offer during the week 550 pairs fine custom-mad- e and hand turned Shoes, button or lace, at one-hapiice. Styles of toes, Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Round, Common Sense, Narrow, Square, A, B, C, D and E. lasts. These goods are worth anywhere $3 and S3. 50 per pair. Our price to close out $1.50. lf HOJESo HATS. PUBLIC SALE I will! offer for sale on ! ap-ris- ed Be-caua- o At 3 P. M., on the premises, the property ol the late John M. McKoberts, Sr.. situated on Main street, opposite the Female College. Said property will be offered in two separate lota, and then as i whole. Possossion given Jan. I, 1S95. One third payable July t, '95, and balance Jan. 1, '96, bearing o per cent. Interest fio n Ian. 1, 189;. V. UICGINS, xor. d 60-t. Latest Style Fall Hats at Saturday, Oct. 27th, 1894, worth 52.50, slightly damaged, One-Half their value. One lot mens' hats our price to close, 50c. Mens' soft and stiff,, all shades and shapes, regular S3 and $4 hat grades, your choice at $1.50. Mens' crushers, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double Remember we will be with you but a short while now. 800 800 a B0 Fo TONM & ON. 3 PUBLIC S AM Ky, I will before the Court-House X door In Danville, on MONDAY, 15th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1894, County Court day, tell the Residence Property, Or Mrs C. C. Young, dee'd, situate on Third St., In Danville, Ky. This U desirable property, comfortable residence, good yard, garden, carriage house, Ac. Sale will be between 11 and 12 o'clock, cash, balance in six and ia months, for with interest from date, personal aecunty ad lien K. P, JACOBS, Ea'or., on tbo property. Danville, Ky. 6o-one-third 4t Is Receiving His FALL-:-AND -:- - WINTER . 'GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me BJBfMITrrsrJsiii-'r'WiklTtTTT- BBW liTyry s.- VfcriViis, IJlj- - - J T ..h iriiiiiiir.- 'ra''-TJagAril- l - 1m rfr k UtaMWJJMarrHtfA..i.f.A-A.- . yUA4j3W WmtmmmmwmmTmmmm imuk.y. ,x ,7,-T.,r- , MT-V-. T- -r.. - - r Semi-Weekly Interior Journa AT Publlahod Every Tuesday and Friday $2 J?JCrt YKAR1N ADVANCE B $2.50 f 6 OB 8 PAGES, When not so paid will be charired.E3 -. VBBY FBIDAT. When necessary. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. D. 7:00 THOU ART A LIGHT. and ho had fallen on tho rock, his head striking it with, force enough to Lore, thou nrt to mo a light 0 render him unconscious. Thero ho That shines upon my way. And guides mo through tho lonesome night now lay, bo perilously near tho edge Unto n sweoter day. of tho rock-shethat tho slightest An Migel pure. O Lovo, thou art; movement on his part would cause him Kor when I sco thy face to roll off and fall Into tfto jaws of 1 fool on Influence on uiy heart tho m6nstcr below. Ab he was probaheavenly grace. O: sweet and bly but temporarily Btunned, ho was Xo stained thocght tho soul can soil, uaoio to move at any moment. It was, "When thou, uiy Lor, art near therefore, of tho utmost Importance, In No loir detlto, no word of guile, order to Insure his safety, that ho Nor passion inxlnccre. should bo speedily convoved from iil O stay with mo nnd bo my love. dangerous position. My light, my angel pure! ltalph feared that a discharge of tho And I to thco will faithful prove Bwlvel or of any firearm at the crocoWhile earthly days endure. J. Donohus, In Sprlngflold (Mass.) Ilppuh-lloo- n. dile, would only bo nttonded with falf Wisconsin Central Lines. I -- JRhVSl $1,500 D fcrT Tl rough lino from Chicago to St. Paul ghc security and Light per ctnt. inter t. Call on J. H. PAXTON, Attorney, Ftaofnd and Mhineapolta.maklng closo connection Are the brat because 'hey ran lighter and can do (no trflnsfor) with linen running to all a greater variety of work than any other sewing machine. The points in Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Calitlrst-clais WANTED. Tf.feVrfcil M r ? - Train naves Rowland at a. m., returning 5,L&N. i ft LOCAL TIME CARD. A TBDBLY SHOT. A Boy's Advonturo In tho Wilds of Africa. The anxiety and distress of Ralph Campbell, a Youthful master's mato from tho buitcj gun ship Petrel, were .beyond description when, on awaken- - i If ill traia ffoint? North.. " South Ezp'tsi train " South.. Sout ...ts37pm .... Local Freight North.., Norths nstP ..OsJJXn ,9 13 pm tal results to Frank. Tho sandbanks might hinder tho shot from striking tho flcrco reptile, while the shock A woman was testifying in behalf of would bo pretty suro to dislodge tho her son, and stroro that ho had worked senseless lad voracious one my. fornia, nnd Pacific Coast points. Tim direct line to nil pointa in Kiistorn, Middle, Northern nnd. Western Wisconsin, Ashland, Duluth nnd all Lako Superior points., Dcmblo Dailydhrouch traiu service with first clasB equipment. For full particulars address any Tickot Agont in tho United States or J. 0. Pond, General Passenger Astent, Milwaukee, Wis. Ladles of Lincoln County R. Zimmep, -- Aro cordially tnsliod to call at the i?t Asaph Hotel and esamlne the machine, as well as sam pies ofits work. McMUKRAY IIKOS.. 13 it Stanford, Ky dr. w. DEALI'.K IN- - b. PEiray Dentist. Office South Bids Main St., a office recently vacated by Dr. Lee K. Hulfman, Stanford, Ky. Fancy 115 Th latter trains alto carry passengers. Th abort Is calculated on standard lira Ira is about so minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ss 30 a ra ,ao7P m . Solar 15 u. u r c 9" w i4 II lt n I It, & African hut on a bank of tho Senegal SIM GRAHAM river, up which ho had been Bent a Going North trains pass Junction City as foIs a candidate lor Constable In the Highland Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vesllows: long distance on government business Uayntsburir Magisterial District, subject to and tibule Limited 3:15 p. nt. Local 1:10 p, m. Florida the He discovered that his little brother, action of the republican party. Limited 3:13. a. ra. dojtn N O. Vcitibule 11 iS p. rn. Florida Frank, was missing. Limited 12:15a. m Local 11:35 p. m. Frank was a bright, clever boy of Vestibule arrives S:o p. m. RUSSEIX & BROWN, twelve, who had accompanied his I'lopdetois,.... brother from tho ship, 'which was anchored outside tho bar. lie was tho VEiCTOOME captain's nephew, and was a general pet and favorite aboard the vessel, Main and Danville Sta., Hustoville, Ky. where he had been receiving Instruc.KWieii'.y(,.i!cccnLl5r and refurnished The monster turned Its head when Vhn ttw Ixvatne Mis, shu clang to CA'torln " " and aie prepared to tions to fit him for naval duties. ho was near it and snapped at him. the public In When she had Children, she gevcthfin Ca:ori style. Our Kates Ralph, who now had all his cutter's V." 77 ,.ei,f"b' " ShI table at all times. IIo Special 19 traveling men. Elegant situ- crew looking for tho lost lad, worried thon avoided It by stepping sldcwnys; Stanford, Ky. ho commenced to strike nnd ,..u luvin.iiatnru Aims nrsi .ciaitSsli oun con- much over tho perils to Which the litthrust vigorously nt its jaws with his """ ntne nctei. wall and see fle. 45 tle fellow might bo exposed from sword. It retreated a few yards but venomous serpents and wild beasts. There no medicine so often needed In every broke THE RILEY HOUSE At length, whllo searching In tho ns It his blade in two with its teeth home nut to admirably adapted to the purposes twisted its body nround. Think- fur which it Is intended, as Chamberlain's Pain 3" CJ" ' k L. thick shrubbery on tho river's bank, ing It would leavo Hardly a week panes but what some Patm F. D. IULEY.tProprlotor, him, Ralph sprang member of THE WEEKLY tite youth reached a covo where, on of u mo rock. Just thcu littlo Frank, or hradscbe the fimily'has needby It A toothache A tonch nf may be cured it. the uight before, he had left a small London, - - - Kentucky. Jl&solafely severe slight rheumatism or neuralgia nulfted The and r"y canoe which ho had bought of one of recovering his senses, gave a above. caincf a burnormuch lesspromptly relievedmedia 60URIER-J0URNAscald cry and fell from tho ledge I have moved to my new Hotel'.aad am ?Wt time thsn when sore heated In better the natives. L prepared than ever to accommodate the public Tho young officer suw him in timo to has to be sent lor. A sprain may be promptly g lie had intended to use it for sets in, Ll7ehed and every convenience A cream of tarter baking powhim in his arms. As ho turned treatedinbefore indamatloo the time which insures catch Give me a call. ctherwite cure about somo of tho a ten page eight 77 der. Highest of all in leavening further up the river, asshallow creeks to convey him to tho cutter, he perCuts and bruises should rec ive immedl Is contains tho host column democratic newspaper. TRANK RII.XY. of everything going, 1JEN-RIt tho cutter ho, ceived ate treatment WATTERSON is the editor. Latest United States had charge of was too deep and wide. tween that tho crocodile, now be- which can only before the parts leeome swollen, strength. be done when Pain llilin is kept him and the boat, with open at hand. A sore throat may he cured before for that purpose. Startled tojercelvo jaws, was prepared to renew Government Food Report. PRICE, $1 00 A YEAH. B. S. the at- lcone byserious. Aittioublcsome corn may be or canoe was missing, a suspi- tack. twice a day for a week that the applying moved two. A lame back may be cured and several days ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., cion of the truth broke all at onco The WF.KKI.Y makes At the old stand ot J. II. Green, l lie set his confused brother upon his of valuable time saved or a pain in the side or very liberal terms to agont , and rives Iree pre. upon hist mind. bill. Prowithout clubs ol and 100 Wall Stroot, Now York. feet In tho shallow water, and draw- chest a relieved bettli at paying a doctorwill never miums for PremiumSample copies sentthe paper any Husto'nvlllo, - once and you cure o cent Supplement four page free to lie remembered having remarked to ing the Kontucky. d navy pistol regret It. address. Wnte to' a sailor, in Frank's hearing, that tho which he carried In his belt, he fired Has Just received a beautiful line of G. HocVer, druggist, Stan For sileliy Dr. Utile craft must bo brought up and at tho crenturo's big, yawning mouth. ford. CO. Surreys, Phaetons, Tho COURIER-JOURNA- L SURGEON DENTIST. Buggies, &c. made fast to the latter tho first thing Rut, owing to tho animal's sheering n LCOISVILI.F, KV. Two Lives Savod. In the morning. The boy, eager to little to seize tho boy, now on ono side Mrs Phoebe Thomas, cf Call and see his slock and get his prices which Office orer McRoberts Drug Store in the n III., wa The are owe, than anybodys. H you anta nice set please his brother, had probably risen ,of his protector, it received the shot on told by her doctors she had Juncticn City, and tha Owsley Building. consumption Stanford: hope for her, hut two domUs of ir Semi.- - Weekly Interior Journal, of harness, a whip era duster there was no and gone, before any of tho rest of tho tho edge of its jaw. Hinder Twine far sale"""" King's New Discovery completer cured titr and party wero awako, to fetch tho canoe, And The Twisting itself away from the twain, she says It saved her life Mr Ihos. Ketfers, lu Florida fct., San Francisco, suffered from a dreadbut if so, what had become of him? it commenced, as if in blended rage tried without ful cold, approachinz Ralph, shuddering, thought of tho hid- and pain,' to thrash the shallows with result eterythlng else consumption, one bottle ol Weekly Couricr-Jouni- nl MYERS HOUSE then boutht eous crocodiles that infested this river, its hard, bony tall. Dr. Kiog'sXew Discovery and In two weeks was address for OS 7C. cured. He is naturally thanktul. It is sucu re- Wlllbo sent one year to any YV. while ho vainly scanned it for some As Ralph was conveying his brother sults of which these are aaroplrs, that prove the Address P. WALTON. sign of tho lad. IS Sttnford, Ky In couch, and past tho reptile, toward the boat, his wrrderfl cfFrnrv nf this medicine Penny's Drug Free trial bottles at A. K. Then, having resolved not to wait left anklo caught between two small Olds. bloie. Regular sue soc and Ji. P. W. GREEN, Prop. for tho return of his men, but to tako under-watrocks, and was temporarigo off alone in search ly sprained. the cutter and Electric Ulttors. of his lost brother, he hurried back to This stable, which is run n connection with "Never mind," said Frank, as tho This remedy is becoming so well known and so th Shortest and quickest between to need Myers House, has been supplied with tho bank in frontof the hut, along- hurt youth dragged himself along popular as Electric no special mention. All who sing the same song of have used Hitters side of which the boat lay. not exist with difficulty, "I am now ablo to praise. A purer medicine does claimed and it Is A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Klectric to do This boat wiu a light, swift one, walk. You need hot carry me. I will piaranteed cure allall that is the Liver and Kid- - Cincinnati diseases of Hitters will Buggies, Wagons, Only Direct Line between which could beeasily sculled by an Jielpyou." ners. will remove Pimples, lloils.bslt Jtheura and other affections caused by impure blood; wilt Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Paris, was a small, loaded swivel u oar. There Supplx and Is better than ever lie disengaged himself from Ralph's drive Miliaria from the system and prevent as prepai. .supply the public with ready for use, fixed in the bow, but Its arms, seized his hand nnd tried to OnrliBlo, Maysvlllo, Oynthlana, well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of HeadFalmouth and Covington. weight would not interfere with the him. The crocodile had turned bv ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try orElectric niQ8 OP ALL KINDS, ,.For a., money Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed fiDeed of tho craft. this time toward tho two, for another refunded. Price joe and ft per bottle at A .K. Ask for tickets via Kentucky Trains RefreshinglBath, jHot or Cold, The young officer was soon vigpr-ousl- y attack. Rut they were now within a Penny's drug store. run by Central Standard Time, Time Table J nne a,, 1(94. sculling the vessel on Its way, yard of tho cutter, and though sufferP.W.GREEN, Every mother should know that croup can be A stylish Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to AI nURNS.Manager going with the tide, as .he thought ing excruelatltfg pain, the yqung offNo. 1. No j. Proprietor No. 7. The first symptoms of true croup Is THAINS EAST. ra. oarsucss. This is lolloped by peculiar Oook & Fanner's Barber Shop. jthot Frank would have been apt to toko icer caught up his brother's light form cough. If Chamberlain's Cough aRemedy is rough Leave Franklort A - a.700 p.4 nt. p.1 ro. ro 00 given thjs course. Past Jolty elevations Summit...... ,..?T..7 ofl and tossed him Into tho boat. The freely as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even 10 416 " Hid norn... ...... 7 11 J shrubberj,'dnd flowers glided .crocodile was closo to Ralph, but ho alter the cough has developed It will prevent the " Switrer ............ i3 ..IF YOU AKK GOING 4SS ...7 40 attack. h.0 cutter, often shadowed by the contrived to escape It with a forward For sale by Dr. S. C. Hocker, druggist, Stan1 00 4 1 stamping urouna.713 i. a 10 4 44 branches of huge baobab movement and to roll himself across tho ford. .P.IVY. qitHEN. Proprietor. so Johnson j......-- 7 40 450 trees that formed sbroad green arches gunwale of tho cutter. IIo went over o J Georgetown..!! -- .7 46 ..THE.. 33 4J7 : above it. C S. Depot..- .- ......? 35 on his back, with his head on the SUROO &S8. e Newton. JERSEY register. salea,- " Centreville.......8 a oS SOJ 3300 Stanford, :o : Kontucky, 3 5IJ It had rounded a peninsula full of edge of the bow. While ho was 16 ApHeady for Service. All subject to S 3V .8 ao " bloom and foliage,. when. the watchful to turn and right himself, which piy to j. at. MCKooeru, &iauioru, Jiy. I am still running this 3 IS S$ Hotel aad Arrive l'ani...C......... 8 jo 400 will continue to give my gueau.he pollusl SiS youth aw ahead of him an over Jils sprain would hinder his doing as well as Ih. best tho market afrurds. turned, broken canoe. lie soon reached quick'ly,"Tho hideous open jaws of tho TRAIN.S WEST. No. . No. 4. No. 8 No. is' it, and, by the peculiar carving on monster appeared over tho bow. They pcclal Attention to tho Travels a.m. p in. a.m., 440 I am now ready to dellvei manufactured the bow, he recognized it as the miss- were very near the head of the pros-tratIce Lve Paris ..C... ... .1000 Louibvillc Nashville n. R. 603 4 45 ing Public. from customers ing canoe. youth. Uo would not bo ablo to everythe Stanford Factory to cf FIFTY regularly Arr Klliabeih...... ..io to 6t( 5 l CENTS Arr CcntrevUlc... , io 14 moraine at the rate . .. . UIV.. .... .....UUu,riii(a It had been partly crushed most move It In timo to rludo those horri- - PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and Arr Newtown ... ...10 as fi 9 turnout com to ray 40 6.7 Is the line for you, as its likely, he thought, by tho teoth of a uie jangs. uui ni uus critical mo- at 75c in smaller lots. E. ArrC. S. Depot... -- 3 600 UREMBTl, Stanford! to LIVERY STABLE. 645 ArrUiorctown II 1037 7 47 ment his young brother, who had nocrocodile. Dally Double close connections at Arr Johnson 800 .....1147 6J' 8 10 ticed that tho crocodile's jaws were on Price to suit th hsnltimcs. Call or leave order In dismay, he pulled Frank's little 6 S7 Arr Uuvall., .M TtLQ Make I at the Myers House Olce Arrbtamp g Orojnd it 7 with sprang forward cap from a of tho LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI broken wood jagged projection caught. a lino readytho swivel, nnd discharged I am Chicago lajingin one ol he finest Arr Swiicr...........it 00 7 03 830 10 JC '3 with decision pn which it was in Arr Elkhern ......... -- 11 17 7 90s For all points. slock of Milllntry and Hrobroldery Material ever Arruuinit The dreadful truth forced Itself on his the piece. M.ir 23 7S 9 '$ THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Arr Frankf(.rt.A 7 3S is 30 Never was n shot more effective. It brought to Stanford. I shall pay cash for goods 93 mind. The BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Magazine A connects with L. .V N. The lad had been pursued by tho plowed It3 way nearly through tiie full and sell them for cash, so low that you will le II connects with Q - C. and L. S. For any information enquire of KICK. Agent, conJOES. C connects with K. C. IS NOT SATISFIED monster that had destroyed the canoe. length of tho huire reptile's bodv. kill forced to buy from me. An examination will Stanford, Ky Or SUNDAY TRAINS. Had he already met his fate? Tho ing the animal almost instantly. Ralph vince you and you are Invited to make it. vV. A. MeQUOWN, Tray. Pass. Agent, r publl.hed in MRS. A. A McKINNCY. Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. the South." ,h.' wishesM"D young officer tried to shake off his de- praised his brother for the quick' judgJunction City, Ky to cover thoroughly the m. Lve Georgetown 1037; arrivn rrankfeit 11 30 "lU ,CSuUrl' "" '"'J1 'mly ment and swift action which had thus spondencyto hope, in spite of appearp. tn. the South A. G. Lanhaia ances, that his brother might, in some been the means of saving him from a A tliej Ladies. tions form the shortest and Ralwayand connec- in To uo this, us subscription price has been The Kentucky Midland Joh&;B. Cattleman. cheapest route to all tcii-iblfate. wa", have escaped and still bo alive. est. point .Siuth, Rait, North and Miss Moore will arrivn October Rotlucod to In fact, tho presence of mind nnd thing that is new and nobby in the 1st, with everyFor further Information apply to their agents, way of lie looked toward tho peninsula C. D. IIEIICAW, (Jen Pass. Agent. SI.SO , which tho canoe seemed to have promptitude shown by the little fellow from uen. uj; ur.u. ji.jiAKi-r.ilA Yoar. drifted. This peninsula, consisting of on this occasion won the admiration Reglnnliig with the October Number. IIUT-t- he ttyo high, projecting banks composed and applause of all the seamen aboard Please call and examine my, stock before 'buyMagsrlne will coutinue to Krow in quality and to of soft rock and earth, opposite each tho ship, when, in time, it was made ing Mypiices shall bo the lowest. Thanking tntfil too you for past favors, respectfully, other, about fifteen feet apart, was known to them. KATfc DUDDURAR, Manager. Not long after tho gun had been Words of Praise it Rocoivos. roofed by tho branches of slender AND OF LIVERPOOL,. trees that flourished in wild luxuriance fired, the rising of tho tide floated tho "The Southern Magailne a handsomely IllusI cutter clear of tho sandbank, enon both banks. trated n J well cJjtud literaryable to compare without disfavor with magaiine, monthly the best The trunks of these trees slanted bo abling Ralph, with Frank's assistBARBEE&CASTLEMAtf that their boughs intermingled and ance, to get back to tho landing-placJournals ol the metropolis." Iteviow sf Reviews. May, 1894. Miss Jarboe, my trimmer, is In the cities buyMANAGERS, were so thickly interwoven with vines fronting tho hut, whore somo of tho ing my Fall and Winter Stock, and I will not make Our circulation has increased tenfold la year, but we are after the 100.000 mark. the past ISoth Mlts Jarboe and her purmy usual that they formed a dense canopy of sailors who had returned from their chases wiltfall trip.next week and you aro cordially Send 10 cents for sample copy to arrive Oommerco Building, Louisville leaves and blossoms over the onen vain search for tho lad joyfully hailed invited to call, THE SOUTHEHN MAGAZINE. space beneath, which thus, resembled a his appearance. Frank's explanations Agents throughout the South. SOLD TO MISS LICCIE IIEAZLEV, Louisville, Ky , about the canoe, as well as of his situsort of long water cavern. Stanford, Ky. ALL POINTS: Ralph directed tho cutter this ation on tho conjectures his brothW. A. TBIBBLB, Local Agent; cavern, and, looking through topreen er's previous rock, verified on tho sub- JAMES YKAGER. OHIO, IHD1ANA, ILLINOIS, THOMAS. YEAGER. the : EXCURSIONS STANFORD, KV. ject The boy had gone to tho canoo archway into the partial obscurity beWISCONSIN, VEAGER & YEAGER, to convey it to tho cutter, had been yond, ho beheld a sight well calculated .At. pursued by tho crpcodile, and by vigMISSOURI, KANSAS, .Portia to arouso apprehension. San Francisco FEED JUjD STABLE, orous puddling had reached tho water VERY I.OW RATES, In tho back part of the cavern, lying NEBRASKA, COLORADO, In a shallow, among sandbanks that cavorn. So closo to him thon was the Special Rates to Commercial Men. a; World's Record. partially concealed it, was a large reptilo that, as ho sprang out of Ihe ..Via. ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, STANFORD, KY. ' crocodile, with its head raised and canoo to climb the tree, the jaws of --w TEXAS, closed tho If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but throtvnback and its horrible jaws wide sel, monstercrushing over the frail vesVIApartly . Bottom up, it turnouts will leavo our stall. See us open, while Its eyes were strained, as E WEST, for rates. In our To all points in the If turned up toward somo elevated and with Frank's cap, which had fallen from his head, caught on the HARNESS SHOP point CLASS FIRST CLASS. SECOND North, Northwest and West. rnWrXTiifrrninna Gazing In the same direction, Ralph broken wood, the little craft had You win nno a gooa assortment, 01 Harness, unA.ND EMIGRANT TICKETS. lllkllsUHifllBSIld armed OH Wltft tlae current, to bo dies, Saddles, Ac. Have jour repairing done by Fwas startled to sec, about ten feet Jlmiltl -- THE BEST ROUtTtO THE utiikcuiUEi 31.11 inn nrt above those hideous jaws, tho form of afterward found by Ralph as do- - our man, he understands his business. We have a th Bflouisvitit mwitSAiirs CHiCAtontiQa sold to pointa in Minnesota, N orthtickets will h acribed. Rufus H11, In N. Y. Ledger, mechanic in our his little brother, lying, with pale face EAST. Idaho, k.n.M. Manitoba, Colorado, Dakota, South NORTH BLACKSMITH SHOP. and closed eyes, on tho narrow shelf MI.Mu,i,n,(f TULLMAITSAXTD VESTIBULED COACHES, Somo Names Not AUownhlc. of a Took. The roqk was under the Will guarantee workndr satisfactory "JLIMAN A worklnrrnan of Dresden lately prices. Tiv our horse shoer. SLEEPING AND DINING CARS Mkhlgbanr.l7,h"d Noven.rth to point. . .PARLOR OARS. branches of slender trees, which rose n child Agents for Decnng Machines, the lightest draft on each side of It from low banks on proposed to register his ofiaU.eUgdle,U",ns,Wcntr day SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE ONLY LINE KROMU.OUISVILLE date ns Kobespierro Danton. Tito registrar macfa on earth. tho right and left, about two yards declined to put down Direct connection in bo revolutionary Cincinnati, with all through RUNNING DINING CARS. from the elevation. Ono of the over- a name, and the father refused to reg- Desirable for Sale. YORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI neake & Ohio R'y, Queen tralniSl th.Chin Crescent Rn... nd hanging branches, broken off, ex- ister CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. Loussvdle & TO WRIJE Railway. the child nt rill, except by numSituated hall a mile West of McKlnney and Soli i trains to Ht. Louis and Chlcaro plained the boy's situation. Descrlptlv Wrlto for Rates, Matm, ber. Tho matter was taken before tho containing 131 acres of land in good state ot. cultiB. H. BACON, D. P. A.,P. nEED,G.P.A. fo&.iloB.""1 tiCk" gm ,0r Uck" He had evidently climbed the treo to courts, the Ml I"- For hunplilcts, to any Station Agent, or to Chicago, 111 Louisville, Ky, workman was fined, and vation. Possession given by Jan. 1st, particulars apply to ALLCN HULL, W. B. atVILL. escapo the crocodile, had crept out on tho decision given M. T. BF1SGO, Br.. Pll Hf KTte.I15 W P.ll'PVC that in monarchist U. a. MARTIN, Grt. Pass, and Ticket n'ir.Mtprrit. 1)1,. raM.f,r 4(S Tr.t.ll.f I'sm. ir Denver. the slender branch, it had given way, states such names aro noi allowable. St. Paul. AgL, McKinney, Ky, ) H01MlkE,ri. 58.1m IIOiHUkCTA.' COLl'JinilsO. Cincinnati, O. Blue-Graerur-olor- ROUTE. Blue-Gras- s her said, Tjho youth lost no ttmo in heading "You BHSert that your son worked on a his boat toward tho rock. But the farm ever since lie was born?'' "I do" cutter was W10 fathoms from it, "What did he do the first year?" He when tho keel caught in a submorged "milked." Tho lnwyer evaporated. sandbank. Drawinc- - his sword. Hnlnh . Bucciln'eArnlca Salvo. a",l J l"Wy woded toward l mu luvn. oiitruL leocrcs nnrl nrn. The best salve in the world lor cuts, bruisess Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. salt rheum, fever .trudlng spurs on Us front would cn- - sores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores,alltetter, chapped hands, and ski It positively cures piles, or no pay rcqnir noio mm, ne tliought, to climb tin to Ills brother; In fact, thero was no sd. It la guaranteed to gie perfect satisfaction Headquarters lor almost anything money refunded. Price sj cents per box. other way of reaching him. The young tr sal by A. K. I'enriv, SUtitnrd. Ky. For officer held his sword ready for use, in you want. When you wantj&first-class'mccase tho crocodile, closo to which he would bo obliged to pass, should venture to attack him. forjssc, call on him. ii H.th7 wth alefe. we gave her Castori. Ralph, however, kept his eyes fasWhs it rim was a ChIM, she cried for Castorlv tened upon tho crocodile. crose-examin- from the shelf, and thus ur.ug mm down Into tho power of his on a farm over slnco ho was born. The lawyer "who Groceries, J. B. HIGGINS, n. "Foreign and Do- All Kinds of Coal, : .Dcnlcrft ffSut m mestic Fruits, Stanford, Ky. s. al Vh-- HOTJ.Ii, aecom-modat- R ZIMMER. teV-M'- A e flrst-cl- tfow&er J I Pure nhvl-gatin- dt-lre-d. one-thir- d Y .! CAHPEITTICB,, COURIER-JOURNA- L well-know- n 8Hb a. s. price;, single-barrelle- ' .. er Ky. Midland R?y, well-know- n and Frankfort -- .ru-ime- r's ns-sl- st FinST-GLAS- S cov-ered'w- lth 1 1 1 ng NORTH W3EST, -- The Myers House, n trj--in- g ji-i- m -- J" alien-tio- n o . nrii-ciai- s Trains 4 To Ladies -10 O A- ' Southern Treat For ROYAL V Insurance Company NORFOLK TO THE LADIES e WESTERN TICKETS I - 1 Harvest Fair Will first-cla- ss mil -- CHICAGO -- Big Pour Route, . NORTH-WES- T, SOUTfl-,WE- Sl- i " AND first-clas- s new-bor- ! Farm '" . A-- ". Tlmc-Tablc- s, 1895-- ' "a-(w-- - waB Jtnaj'-aan tr ij'aiaf "1" - j