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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894101601 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. Sem VOL. XXII. LANCASTER, CARRARD i-We- ekly Interior Jou rnaL; STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 16, 1894. NO. 65 "Happy Jack" Inn Foreign Land. (Tathe Kdllor of the Interior Journal.) LIBERTi. CASEY COUNTY. L. COUNTY. rMTrnMOrMUrlATTERS. The Jessamino Journal says: Mr. R. Wnlker, of Lancaster, nnd'Miss Li.zie Steele, of Nicbolasville, are to marry on tho 17th. At a recent wadding in Mokane, Mo., tho groom's name waa Abraham Lincoln Strickland nnd that of the officiating clergyman Vas Jefferson Davis Greer. Vjrf Mr. Emery G. Jones, an excellent young man just arrived at hia majority DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. and Miea Leonora Tarrant, tho pretty GAMBLE CO ClfOl. IKE PHOCTtrt old daughter of Sergeant Eastham Tarrant, of Liberty, were married in this county last wiek. After withstanding tho artannd darts of Cupid for many a long and weary year, Senator-eleT.L. Martin, of VirJ. Jul. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ginia, was married In Smithfield, last week to Miss Lucy, daughter of Col. 4, 1894. Fenton Day. Their bridal tour includes Full corpa of Conionratorjr and Normal School teachers. Superior count In Literature, Muilc aad a visit to Europe. An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue! and circulari furnlihed on application. Thirty-fiv- e yoara ago, V. S Bell and his neighborhood sweetheart were marHis wire and family have received special trainried in Shelby county. They lived toing in and lor College The curriculum will be an extended ono ond the gether happily for a few yeare, when drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skim(Realdence'of the late James McAIUler.) trouble arosQ and the woman procured a ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. Classes will bo instructed In Higher Mathematdivorce. IM1 went to Missouri aud wish- CRAB ORCHARD, - KY. ics, lielle Lettres, Natural Science, Mental and Moral Science, Latin, German, Type failing to see if marriage was really a Writing, Civics, Music, Vocal and ure, he took to himself another wife Instrumental. Painting, Drawing, &c. The first term of five months wlil open Sept. 10, S. Sho bore him a number of sons and DR. 1894, and second term will dote the first week in June. One week holidav at'Christmas. daughters and then died. Mrs. Belli Anltlcdbya Crmpetent Faculty. TKRMS. Tuition per term in first guide, inalso married again and the venture again $ao 00 A select achool, ofhigh eradc, for thn thorough cluding Latin and German in second grade ij 00 A voting gentlemen Tuition Piano, proving fully as much of a failure as be- training of young ladies. sho lewadmlitod. Organ, Guitar, Instruments Music, e of approved morals will ao 00 furnished for practice fore alio got nnother divorce. Mr. Bell reNumber limited no Idlers wanted. Short hand. Painting, Drawing, has since his graduaDr turned to Kentucky last woek. The two tion inSUipp, the President, entire time and ener- Oman ental Work, all at reasonable rates. medicine, given his Hoard in College, per week, 83 jo. Good board of Colleges the building and met, the old lovo wa rekindled and thev gies to South. During themanagement he filled; tho in private families at reduced rates. in the ptt ear decided to reunite their destines again. chair of Literature and Natural Sciences in Monthly payments required. No discount except fo. protracted illness. Daughters College, Harrodsbur,;, and Mrs. Mapn He is 03 now and she 02. Fir further information address the President. taught Music, Painting, Drawing, &c, giving DR. JOHN 5. STAPP, It is not often that a preacher is general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 made defendant in a suit for breach of promise, but Rev. W, H.Spybey, a Methodist minister, formerly located at Bowling Green and now at Bellevue, is iu that unenviable predicament. Miss Rosa Hdzelip, herself tho daughter of a Methodist preacher, has sued him for $5,000 iu tho court at Bowling Green. She 1 Delivery Wagon, I Iron Safe (Hall's Make), 2 show cases, I pair claims that the young preacher paid de- Platform Scales, I Cheese Safe, I Tobacco Knife, I Bung Borer, &c voted court to her and reciprocating his affections, apparently so genuine, she These fixtures have been used some and will be promised to marry htm. At nis sugges tion bIio purchased a plain wedding outfit and thu wedding was to occur in September. Conference came an, however, in the mean timo and tho clerical deRemember we have the best selection of ceiver, was transferred to another station. Out of sight was out of mind with him and be showed by his letters that if he had loved at all, the flame had flickered out, and he Anally Bent for his ring and letters. The girl who is quite goung Coal vases, coal hods, &c, in town. Call and see lis before you make haa been prostrated ever since and ia your purchases in any thing in our line. now confined to her bed. . A. D. Leavcll bought of Jesse Fox Col. Silas Aihum is continually reMontevideo, South America, Sept. 4. ono car load of hogs nt 4J. ceiving encouraging letters Irom nU over I have henn in South America Home two A protracted mooting will coimuenco Uth Congressional district from promiweeks, n long waya from Stanford, 7,000 at tho Baptist church Thursday night.' nent, leading rep'ij.!ialviging him miles. Have soon potnething of tho The common school teachers woro to continuo in the raw, wti!i he had country whilo coming down and will already paid off Saturday by Supt. McMurtry. decided to do aud has ao anproceed to civo disclosures 0. S. A F. D. Gaines will Inwon coin passed before mesome Peru'imbtico that nounced in a c rcular letter now iu press. nnd at abow county court day nnd offer good Uahia-"- Uay Tho mass meotiiu tulled nt Somoraet tho of All Saints." Tho har-boroth to condemn tha action of tho disprkes. of those two places are not good, are Tho ladles wero out in full forco Sattrict committee will ratify Col. Adams' (hallow and have no natural defense. urday afternoon to boo the (displays of action and express their preference in At Pernambuco, are the grout coral reefs, first-clafall millinery. Lancaster ba8 throe tho HeWtion of rt oaudidiUb for ConirrA, n upwards of 20 miles long, and as tho millinery enUbllshmentH. IuvIdl' by.-deprived tf lhn nu'it ly of the sea dash ngalnst them they colored man Spencer Hoyaton, tho the cimmlttee. Kvurylliinu loilc- - tvnr-abl- e create n dashing and aplnshing and surgf'irCol. A I tun and hli -i bebuncoed at tho Danville, circus, followed ing of waves that n Dix River man from lieve his el ction is an tho show to Mlllodgevlllo and got hia Uct. Raid Hill country don't wish to enTh better el(iitu of Hi repulid-ct- n money back. That negro will not bito the counter but onco in a life time, when he party Imvc heroine odiiritstud att'ie any more, euro. in a little yawl that is half proceedings nnd action i:f r'ol.on Htid While handling Bomo heavy roofing rides them the timo out of eight. Wo had to take his adherent machinery, Mr. lUymond .Haseldon, that tlmy have become 1 miles to get into tho aroused in thU aprained hia right arm aeverely and ia such a rido of section to n man and will city and some of the passengers, aa green give a terrible rebuke to th guilty ptrty now confined to hia bed. Mr. V. T. as I, and I aa green aa grafts, professed at tho ballot box in November. From MnttinL'lv. of Stanford, ia running the very refreshing, Bnd authentic sources it is learned that Col tin shop department during hia illnesa that tho rido was sinco they enjoyed it to hugely I told son is now proving himself to be the At tho sale of StevojiHHl noar ,Mc- them when wo got back safe and aound prince of prevaricators. Creary Saturday, hogs brought 4 j, Bhort He is now in on shipboard that they were, for all time hia harangues ho fau't make a speech yearling cattlo $18, ono hofao IK), and to come, wolcomo to nil my sharo of such claiming that Adams is off the track, other stock at good (prices, corn In tho thla "rnfnsbments." I have bid farewell to but (he gallant soldier will be there unheap brought $2 15. Iluslneaa tin every fear and ahull not be induced to til the close of tho polls ou the 0th of lino ia picking up considerably ;in Garpartake of any more refreshments of that November, much to Colson's sorrow. rard and good prices prorail. kind. They don't suit mo, but did not Adams' friends are Btlrrod up to enthuNew furnaces aro being placed In disagree with my stomach. siasm and have high hopes of ultimate tho Christian church and Elder Gowen As we wero passing back to the vessel, success. Sunday. held Borvicca In tho court-hom- o preach there until one young Indy declared her intention to In obedience to the call of Chairman Ue will contlnuo to awing herself on to me as they hoisted Jackson, of tho 11th Congressional distho work is completed. Tho union trict committee, a democratic convention bo held at the Presbyterian mo aboard with a rope, and as I was in need of that kind of a suspender I of was held here on tho 11th Inst., to apchurch next Sunday night. Little Bessie liaison iu.'Jmuch better course consented. I am still suspending point delegates to the district convenat thla writing. Mr. Rico Benge'al llttlo her. Pernambuco and Bahia both work tion to be held at Middlesboro ou the boy la very low.Jwith fever. Kpb. 1. oxen in shads to little narrow wagons 10th. The following tlelegatea were wagons suit the little uarrow to represent Cosny county in Brown ia able to sit up after a longjspell and tho streets, and tho oxen suit tho wagonv that convention: John W. Whlpp, M. of typhoid fever. Crow Dillon continue to Improve. GeorgoJU. Hardin is con They have the best work oxen I over L. Sharp, R. B. Wilkinson, Albert Olom-onT. J. Baldock, Jamps W. McWhor-ter- , fined to hia bed at ids residence on Rich- saw. Thoy are both decorated with and palm trees. II. H. McAniuch, Jo McCain, Gto. mond atreet wit'i fever. The cocoa has leaves from six to 10 feet Cunninuhnm and A. B. Clark. The delMica LuU Datson was called by telelong near tho top, no limbs at all. They egates woro instructed to cast graph from Alabamt to the bedside o' their votes Blender, not tuoru than from for Georgo E. Stone, of this county. her sister, MIm lieeslo. Mr. J. Mort aro very 12 It eight to inches in diameter and 40 to is well understood that Mr. Stone has Roth well ia attending tho Grand Lodge F. and A. M , at Loulavillo thla week, 50 feet tall. The nuts grow in clusters made no exertions for the honors. on the body of the tree near where the One of tho moat splendid weddinpa Mr. W'm. Hopper, a former LancMtor put out and a tree bears from over witnessed in our town waa Bolernn-iza- d of Charlestown, W. Va., waa leaves first boy, now 10 to 100 nuts. at the Ohristlan church at 0:30 here a few daya visiting friends. Miss Thu palm is thu prettiest tree I ever Wednesday evening. Tho parties Anna Noel, Of Danville, l here visiting weie saw. They aro much taller than any tree Dr. James Wesley and Miea BerthaJEI-llot- t. rolatlvea. Mr. J. 0. Thompson aod faui I ever saw before and have no limbs or Dr. Wesley is a young and rising ily aro visiting relatives in Hustonvillo. aigu of one. Near tho top, say 20 feet, phjhloian aud belongs to one of Noel hna returned from Danthe Mies Mamie there is a large bunch of palm leaves, and most respectable families in tho county. ville. wmmm aa tho tree grows Ullor thla top goea up The brido ia handsome and accomplish Teachers Meeting. in proportion by ahodding the bottom ed and ia a daughter of Mr. David ElliThe fdllowln la tho program for tbo leaves. They grow very rapidly and in ott, dee'd., who was ono of tho most district mooting at Mt. Xenia, Nov. 17th, five year yon will havo a very largo prominent, and respectable citizens, of beginning nt 10 o'clock: tree. They are a kind of petb and aro tho ML Olive neighborhood, and ia a 1. Welcome Address, 'Mies Msymo hollow. sister-in-laof Col. Silas Adame, in - t. Mf r&MWnFM Mm 9'frl. - Milk mM re oPURE ss 10-ye- wh-ter- n fri-nd- Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. ct COLLEGE HOME, J. class-wor- k. Short-Han- d. STAPP, PRES,, 1 uer-vlcea- Type-Writin- jut s, co-can- ut FOR SALE I SOLD AT A BIG BARGAIN. HEATING . STOVES! w Wright. 2. Primary Rsading, Miea Cattlo Thurmond, followed by discussion. 3. Ksaay, Mlaa A Hie Rurber. 4. Ulatory, Thurlow Weed Jonoe, discussion. 1' The Plazas (parks) aro numerous and whose house she has lived since tho Danville. Mr. O. T. Veatcb, son of bedecked with the richest and rarest death of her parents. There waa a full Mr. Andrew Veatcb, and Mis8 Hallie flowers and trees of natural growth; noth- attendance. The church waa decorated VanPelt, daughter of Capt. S. D. t, ing seems to havo been imported or to with flowers, evergreens and ferns. Tho were quietly married Wedneaday need tho care of a hot house, and tho bride waa richly dressed in wblto silk, night. J. B. II. Latimer, senior member Botanical gardens make you open ''wide lace trimmings, tho usual bridal vail and of the firm of Latimor & Harbor; of NOON. eyes of sweet wonder" for certain. ' The natural flowers. The first bridesmaid who mado and assignment thla 1. Recitation, Miss Jennie West. houses aro walled in by a closo wall In was Mlea Annie Belden, of Liberty, a week, baa mn,do an Individual assignP. W. Carter, 2. Compound Numbers, Call for- Pernambuco almost universally," and in beautiful brunette, who would bo a belle ment. Tbo deed of trust states that Mr. discussion. Hnhla by n closo high wall or a very high iu any section; the second waa d Latimer's liabilities are about $8,000. the 3. Civil Government, M. D. Hughes, iron railing. fascinating blonde, Mirs Dollio Jason Blackerty is at last in jail. There discussion. Peruamhuco is right on tho ocean and Cibbell, of Uustonville. Both are high- aro three charges against him, one for 4. Spelling, Mies Lula Owsley, discus- it and Hahia both has a "Natchez Under ly accomplished aud were becomingly murder, one for grand larceny and one And Paints, sion. , mmm the hill" attached, whero tho ship land- Larrayed in white Swiss. Tho attend for maliciously shooting at an officer. There ia a rattlesnako farm In Polk ing and Custom Honso duties are per- ants, Mr. A. P. Young and Mr. Will Advocate. 0 county, Mo. It is owned and operated by formed and where store houses for such Stone, of Liberty, wore dressed in tho The Central Records ny: "It turns Myron 0. OhildS, who has made the po accommodation are found. Pernambuco, regular evening Buits. Tho bridal party Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. "tBa out that Lat. Clark, the youth who recullar industry a profitable ono. Ho baa is not extromely hilly. marched in to tho strains of Mendels- ported that he had been robbed of ?30 n colony of no less than COO unakce. From the ship landing nt Hahia you sohn's wedding march, played by Mies belonging to 11. C. Hamilton, robbed Biippllea inuaoiima, menageries, havo to go up a very steep hill, almost a Ho Amanda Stone, who deserves espscial and zoological gardens with the liv- cliff. I went up In one place on an ele- mention for her proficiency. The bri- hhusell! llo had been watched by Opp. Court-House- . Hamilton, who bub pectiuj,' from ing roptllea and overy vear kills from vator similar to those in largo hotels, and dal party took their position under tbo hia movements that he had taken the 00 to 100 for their oil, which ia used in another place up an inclined railway, lucky hordo utiue. Tho Grider money, went to him nnd told him that and rattlea ho soils full hull perpendicular. Tiiero I got of Middloburg, officiatedRiv. a l very medically. Tho akins In order to- in im ho must for rolics. and turned pressive manner. When the ceremony he waa "dn to him", and that Bomu more "refreshments" produce the money without delay. The mcelitiir ono of hia fe over what I had left to the greedy crowd closod the doctor nnd his bride, accom- bov went to a place of concealment in A male parishioners dressed in deop black, who like such things. I am 60 glad that panied by the attendants and brides- the wagon lot of Itobin6on Bros., nnd tried to consolo her by saying: "You I am not greedy about risking my mor- maids, took buggies for Junction City, handed it over, pr all that waa loft, Ofhave no idea how I regret to Bee yon tal lifo. 1 never did like to do that often there to take the fast train on a bridal nbuot $20. of woe." I believo I had rather be shot at by the tour to Lookout Mountain and Chattawearing thoso habiliments nooga. Tho coonsfnnd 'possums have heavy "You can't bo ns sad about it ns I am, re Yankee Army than to repeat that boat or coats, tho feathora in the Reeso are more sponded tho widow; "I j look worse in inclined railway ride. "death's'doincsT v, ' J-plentiful than usual, und tho best girls black than in any other color." Texea In Pernambuco I formed the acquainsealakiua. ,, It'a Mr. J. T. Wilhlte, father of Mr. Sam aro nil yearning for now tance of Mr. Johnstown from Lawrence It will be sold till Nov. 1st at Astonishingly Low Prices. This Sifting. county, South Carolina, U. S. consul Jo M. Wilhlte, formerly of this place, died going to bo cool this wintor. Boston eludes all styles, and the patterns are all new and desirable. A little Buffalo girl waa not feeling that place and tlio acquaintance of ,Mr. at his home at Monticnllo last week of a Herald. The Columbian half dollars, which well, nnd her parent suggested that she McDanicl from Tampa, Fin., at Bahia, U. stomach trouble. Mr. Wilhito was well- might bo about to have chickon pox, S. coubuI. They showed mo every court known throughout this section ;hero ho did not prove tho bonanzt the exposi then provalent. Sho went to bed laugh-in- s esy possible and a Southern gentleman sold goods for a Cincinnati houso for a tion authorities anticipated, are to be is This Opportunity. at the idea, but early next morning always knows how to bo courteous and I number of yearr, and his many friends sued at their face vnlue in exchange for Hho went into her paronts' room, look have often thought that South Carolina will learn of hia death with u sincero gold. There, aro over 3,500,000 in the Ini. vprv serious, and said: "Yea it'a beats the world. I don't mean to reflect regret. He waa an elegant old gentle- Treasury. and true, and clever, In designating Nor.Otb o arbor day, chicken box, papa: I found a feather in on any State, particularly "My Old man, almost to a fault. Besides a wife, ho Gov. Brown eaya: "I hope that tho chilKontucky Homo." tho bed." Progressive Age. Pernambuco has 200,000 people; Bahia leaves a nutnb.T ot children, all of whom dren of the Commonwealth may be In a perfectly formed female figuro, 150,000. The population ia of all kinds, aro crown. cranted a holidav that trees may bo twice round tbo thumb should bo onco including many puro negroes nnd many Peter GIbbs, the agod grandfather of planted by them.'' round the wrist; twlco round tho wrist Portuguese, mulattoes, and there are a Mr. W. H. Bidget, of tho Bethel neigh, Wisconsin Central Lines. ehouldbeonce round tho upper arm; great many Imported Africans with their borhood, died yesterday of general debil twlco ia onco round the neck; ono and tribo mark on their facea, Through lino from Chicago to St. Paul years. The deceased came to ity, aged 95 one half timea the circumference of tho Jessamine from Lincoln county, last and Mlnneapolis.maklng close connection L visited tho old slave mart in Pernam(an transfer) with lines running to all neck equala that of the waist. buco, now no more. It ia well, it ia well. March. Jessamine Journal. points in Minnesota, North and South than But you are growing tired, but will ex "t would rthrtruit tht rnodlclns M0 Oct. 10. 17 and 18. One fnre for the Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, CaliI know of ,"ay Mr. IUltle doctor WHAT DOES IT MEAN? cuse me as I am n long ways from home Chilton, Carter Co., Mo., In ipjakluc oJ Chat round trip to Richmond, Va., and re- fornia, and Pacific Coast points. The IlomeUy. aln'f Colic, Cholera and and hate to Bay good-byAt some futhat th Qnrn aa CrMt Itoutt Is IT tntlf t sherUtt It o cent bottlei -. 1 nuni CiMtsn.lt nn.l Lxinrtlui tatnll. ih.tlMt rUcU.kJ! U Utri and UrugtfU, Stanford. lor tale t)f Dr. S.C. ture time I may write you something of turn and also to Old Point Comfort and direct line to nil points In Eastern, Midi.Vjs)I MfcillJlirlitl UMhiuatltt.Tt rt.uui! taiiUrt Hocker, return via. the Chesboake & Ohio Rail- dle, Northern and Western Wisconsin, C!niumU to C'htUnnwfu.AtUun. er JacUunrUl., Horli. thla old Spauiah and Portuguoso coun way, the only line from the West to 'Vir Ashland, Duluth and all Lake Superior Saved. Two Llvoa try. SOLID VZSTIBULED TRAING Virginia State points. Double Dailylthrough train serMrt Nioebe Thcroai. of Junction City, 111., w Get ovorybody man and woman to ginia Cities. Visit the ,i.i , h.r.Inctori tho bad contumption and tha tT r!"l. 'Pipwh Cm it Vlkiknrn.t UtTttn all ef th. running t'iroufl. tir ('Intuutl t MuutUI For fu)l hone for her. but two bonlei or Dr wrlto to me. It will only cost 10 conta Fair, inspect the cheap farm lands of tho vice with first class equipment. Oolr lie. .v. . w. ul ' r lln. completely curca ner ana A hTlll.. .V C. nirttt nu U Tclai a I !lv tU N.w Orlttiu tr v.u nurnvi-rrora U.ult.urtoiillaniU. ihrev.i.urt. Ajk life Mr. Thoa. Ksgert im postage and I do think iBhould getsomo Old Dominion where the cliiuato 'is very particulars Bddross any Ticket Agont in It aved her CVUjrlll. .ul laMrtDc)mrir. direct roancctUia U nil at LcxiCfWa .!lB- iavt . V. .uttered from a dread- .hkmutaMMu triad without I shall sail from here on the nearly perfect, where there' are no cy- the United States or J. O. Pond, General c mjnuBsosr. ful cold, apii'oiching consumption, one bottle o letters. then aen,tI,MTAiet.ClBcliiEta,0. rwult .vcrythlns uueovery bought two week, wa. 10th for Pureta Aranss, Sandy Point, in clones, drouths or blizzards, and where Passenger Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. n m unequalled markets for all Dl'lMW there are men It cured, lie la naturally thankful. thatit ptovo the Patagonia aud will continuo my jonrnoy kinds of farm aud garden products. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Tho fiscal court of Jessamine reducwhich these aro .ample, Good-bye- . Address G. V. Barney, G. P, A., Lex ed the salaries of tho county judgo and Wonderful efficacr of thla medicine in cougha and by first boat from hero. Drug coJdi. FreetAalWtle.atA.$1. R. Penny'i J. II. Miller. ington. attorney $100 each. and iiie Vau-PelPer-ryville, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. pret-tvan- DRUG STORE! Window Class, Putty, -- BBUGS AND r -- BdDODKBo. W. B. McROBERTS, Reduee my Large Stoek -- WALL YOU CAN'T "D A TDT7T? t to AFFORD TO MISS kind-hearte- d IP I 17 23 90 109 e. 1 -I . Shr-iw- rt. 1 -i c. 1 Vranr-Ucn- . btore. Kegular 50c m. i,.ii,l ri ' , " " VaWiljj-.jmj- Wi --: have been restored and 37,051 have been dropped from death or other causes. Of NOMINEES tho new claims 10,213 have been issued DEMOCRATIC aud 132,873 rejected. There were durJAS. R. 31'CllEAllT ing the year 194 convictions of fraud in CONGRESS R mainly of unscrupuFor County Iudge......jAS WALKER dlVKNS obtaining pensions, ... G. B. COOPKR lous claim agents. The amount paid for Clerk " A(DIUeTMMHHtMtHtM I. B. PAXTON pensions during the year was $139,S04,-40..T. D. NEWLAND Sheriff ipaving balance in the treasury of E. D. KENNEDY Atsessor... $25,205,713 of tho appropriation. ....G.W DEItORD 1, The report of Commissioner Lochren, shows that the number of persons now enjoying tho bounty of the governmen in pensions, is 009,644, an increase of Stanford Ky., Octoder 36,1894 during tho year, and the cry is still they come. There have been 39,085 now names added, 2,393 under suspension W. P. WALTON. Semi-Weekly Interior Jourkal 3,-0- Jailer I f! i Iff II I If t m M "B Mu. Bkuck Haldbman, who has made people could be inado to look one of the best managing .editors the intelligently nt the question, there would Courier-Journever had, has retired to bo no discontent with democratic ninth assist his father in the business manageodB nor with the party's failure to do ev- ment of tho great paper, and Mr. A. Y. erything at once it promised in ita plat- Ford, who has continued to climb since form. Tho unthinking always charge ho mounted the tripod, will tako his the panics anJ hard times to tho admin- place. lloth l'rolmlilr lllcht. istration then in power, and seek to punTho discussion over .lolmny'a failno matter how unjust NEWSY NOTES. ish it accordingly, ings had readied tho stagu of personsuch action may bo. Lot ub see which alities. n In a tarriff argument, Frank party is responsible for the financial "It's easy to see, madam," vociferwas shot and Charles Albaugh was stringency and business depression from ated Mr. Chugwater, "which side of death at Quincy, Ky. clubbed to tho house tho boy gets his temper from." which, happily, we aro fast emerging. Editor Marcum, of Catlettsburg, has "It is, Josiah," replied Mrs. ChugMr. Cleveland turnod InlSSO, when expelled from the Carlisle Club for water, "and it's likewise easy to bco administration of the affairs of been over the whero ho gets his inability to control Y Look at our line of Cloaks conduct unbecoming a democrat. Y the government to Mr. Harrison, there it." Chicago Tribune The distillery of Blair, Ballard & Ossurplus E Men's Overcoats $2 and 3 up to Si 5. was over a million of dollars of E borne at Lebanon burned together with A licAsoXAm.i: sucior.STiox. in the treasury, and the question was ATMcn's suits $$,$4 and up to $20 A 1,100 barrels of whisky. Loss $60,000. "what must be done with it?" It did R IMcn's Alpine Hats, black, brown and light, 75c worth 5150 R The estimate by tbe Director of the not take the republican Congress long to U. S. Mint places last year's products in S A full line of Boots and Shoes. S answer tho question. The Sherman sil- gold at $175,000,000, an increase of ver purchase bill was enacted and millions of dollars were paid out for silver, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Montana haa a woman lawyer,' Miss to lie like so much dead stock in bullion Ella Knowles, who recently pocketed a It. E. Harman sold to Jerry Kinsey in the treasury vaults. Then tho $10,000 fee for her services in a mining 120 fat hogs at 4 87. practically prohibitory in its rill, lawsuit. Bill Lindsay, 2:17, only brought $390 was passed, which so reduced nature, Tho Columbian half dollars are to the revenues that the surplus was not bo issued at their faco value in exchange at tho Lexington sales. ETC., Lynn A Woods sold to C. M. Jones only dissipated, but when Mr. Cleveland for gold. There are over 3.500,000 in tbe 18 feeding cattle at 3. again assumed charge of the government Treasury. It- - H. Crow sold to Montio Fox 35 A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictot there was an actual deficit of 50,000,000, John L. Sullivan is negotiating for a 1,500 pound cattle at 4.40. was tided oyer bv using other which T. D. RANEY, Manager. farm. It is to be hoped that the big George Baker sold to J. O.Johnson, monies and securities not applicable to bruiser will secure ono and retire from of Boyle, six fat cattle at 2Jc. general exDODBee. The bonds to cover public view. James Potter bought of M. O. the deficit had already been printed, Branch Stores. The Lexington trotting horse sales &, 30 acres of land for $700. was elected, but when Mr. Cleveland were concluded Saturday. During the Oco of Them (wading) Oh, dearl Oh, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Georgo D. Boone sold to E. P. Woods were not placed upon the market, but six days 1SS animals were'disposed Cynthiana of for 11 hogs, averaging 220 pounds at ljc. dcarl Hero comes a man. What ihall left as a miserable legacy to the incom- adout Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. I do? 125,000. Jewell 2:101, by Petosky, brought ing administration. As soon as possible Tho Other One Oh, just lift your An anti trust distillery was started the democratic majority stopped the at Terre Haute, Ind., Friday, which is $1,200 nnder the hammer at Lexington. dress a little higher, and imngino you Hon. J.S. Owsley bought of A. J. are in a bathing hitlt. Brooklyn Life. useless flow of money from the treasury largest in tbe world. It will mash Hayden its value the three 1,200 pound feeders at 3. to pay for silver at more than TourIi Time. 7,500 bushels a day. Dr. Alcorn rented the Land farm of have passed a sweeping tarifT nnd would Rural Manage" My Reason has been The governor baa offered a reward of 325 acres to Stigall Bros , of Boyle, for bill had not traitors in the eiy close $150 for Gillie Sizemoro a failure, ray folks aro starving, nnd I a fugitive from $400. Senate interposed in bobalf of the trusts. justice in Clay should llko to engago you to county, where be is T. L. Lillard bought of Dr. L. B. for a week. In order to buy tho sugar producing charged with murder. Barn Stormcr With pleasure, If your Cook'19 cattle, averaging 075 pounds, at States, the republicans voted a bounty A company is being organized in terms suit. 3 to 31c of $15,000,000 a year to producers, when 550 pair. Worth $3.50 to close at $1.50. Cincinnati to manufacture the Rural Munagcr Well, I will givo Farria & Whitley bought privately We will continue to offer during the week 550 pairs fine custom-mad- e corn raisers a bounty wou'd a bill you fifty percent, of nil tho vegetables sleeping car. It is said to be a bet- at Danville yesterday 100 heavy feeders and hand turned Shoes, button or lace, at one-hal- f have been juBt aa reasonable. The dempiicc. Styles that aro thrown at you. N. Y. Weekly. ter car than Pullman makes. at 2 to 3Jc. ocrats have wiped this bounty out and of toes, Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Round, Common Sense, Tammany Hall has nominated Geo. A Satisfactory Arrunctwncnt. W. M. Lackey sold to E: W. Lee, of instead of a drain on the treasury, BUgar Narrow, Square, A, B, C, D and E. lasts. These goods arc worth e Committeeman (Dugout City) Tho cattle, averaging of $43,000,000 to the B. McOlellan, son of tbe democratic Boyle, 30 will pay a revenue anywhere S3 and S3. 50 per pair. Our price to close out $1.50. prisoner says ho thinks he'd llko shoot-ifor president 30 years ago, to sue. 1,200 pounds at 3Jc. government, and as has been shown, better than hnngiu. ceed Bourke Cock ran in Congress. Robert J. easily defeated Joe Patch- will not be higher in price. Tho new Judgo Lynch Well, most of us would It is said that one man in tbe Frank- en in tlitf match raco at Sioux City, Iowa. rather see a hangin'. We'll string him tariff bill has been so adjusted aa to refort penitentiary, who has deen there Time, 2:06, 2:00, 2:03J. up first and shoot afterwards, and then Latest Style Fall I lats at One Half their value. One lot duce the tax pn necessities fully 50 per mens' hats At a Bale at Sharpsburg, ()., 100 Po- we'll both bo satisfied. Life. cent, and by lading it on incomes and five years, has now as companions six of worth $2. 50, slightly damaged, our price to close, 50c. Mens soft the juryman who sent him there. land China hogs sold at an averago of other things able to bear the burden, and stifl, all shades and shapes, regular S3 and $4 hat grades, your Just the Thing. Corbett and Fitzsimmons have sign- $20.19. Somo brought over $70. produce enough revenue to run an will "We arc getting up a concert for tho choice at Si. 50. Mens' crushers, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double. ed articles to fignt before the Florida Tho wind was bo high at Lexingto n economically administered government. of tho church. Won't you tako Remember we will be'with you but a short while now. Athletic Club at Jacksonville next July Saturday afternoon that Flying Jib 1:5SJ benefit tickets?" The wisdom of the course ia already for a purse of $41,000 and a eide bet of with runningmato did not attempt to Mrs. Sharpo My husband refuses to demonstrated. Business is everywhere $10,000- go any place where thcro is to be music. lower his record. improving, times are better and money "How lucky I This ia just tho kind The new tariff law is already caue- Bermuda is the only sire that ever moro plentiful. We appeal to Bonsible of an entertainment ho will enjoy." ing a gratifying increase in reciepts of put aa many aa three in democrats to examino into these things Treasury and increasing the deplet. the list with records aa low aa 2:20 in one" Chicago Inter Ocean. and we are sure they can find no excuse tbe ed gold reservo. Tho latter is now Kntlirr Smicjr. season. Bermuda Girl, 2:21, is tho fastfor deserting tho party which has always 541. "That new man thnt I employed last est. stood for the poor against the oppression Anthony Noecker, a foreman in the Warren, of Wyoming, week," said tho barber, "was not a of tbe rich and has ever guaranteed penitentiary chair factory, waa seriously owns a cattle ranch in that State which Buccess." My stock of equal rights to all, exclusive privileges "What was tho matter with him?" if not fatally cut by a negro convict covers an area of 75x100 miles, or six none. a lady camo in to havo her "Why, to named Frank Chambers, sent from Ma- times larger than the State of Rhode Ishair dressed, and ho asked her if she daring aud successful train rion county. Tuk most would liko to havo it dono While she land. -robbery was accomplished near Qtianti-rFour men'wero killed, two were faJohn K. Baughman Bold to Gentry waited." Truth. on the Richmond, Fredericksburg & tally injured and several others wero Bros , Lexington, 26 sugar mules at Where Kvcrjthlnc Goes. Potomac railroad Friday night. The painfully burned by a disastrous boiler $117.50 per head. At yearlings Mr. Carleton llavo you ever had that bandits, seven in number, stopped the explosion that occurred at the Henry Baughman refused $115 for this same "all gono" feeling? Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and sec me. train in a cut and after securing money Clay Colliery in Pennsylvania. Montauk You bet, I havo a bad stock. Hustonville Cor. Advocate. estimated all the ' from tho express car, In a shooting contest at Kansas City Parties owing me seasons for either attack of it over tirao I go to the races. Brooklyn Eagle. from 150,000 'to $000,000, rode from between Dr. Carver and J. R. Elliott, horse or jack service will greatly oblige way tho scene of the robbery on the engino tbe latter won. Each Bhot at 100 birda me by settling with meat once. I disAn Inducement. to a point above and made their escape, The former killed 99 birda and the latter like to dun personally and hope this noShe Your father has asked mo to We arc receiving a full line of taming the engine losse under full head broke the world's record by killing them tice will be sufficient. M. S. Baugh- marry him, Bessie. Would you llko mo to? " of steam to carry destruction before it. all. man. Bessie Yes, indeed. Papa says wo and permitNovember 1st the Kentucky Union Thomas Metcalf,Wilmore, sold this It was finally livo so much better. Brooklyn to stop its mad course by smashing railroad will pas3 into tho hands of a week to Green Woodcock, Boyle county, could ted Llfo. into freight cars. The men seemed to New York management. H. O. McDow 28 head of 1,200 pound feeding cattle at Not Much to Chooee Iletween. d cattle be experienced in their line and went ell, of Lexington, is to bo president and 3J cents, and 23 head 1'vo been stopping at about the robbery in a businesslike way. the company will be known as tbe Lex- lo unother yarty at 31 cents. Jessamine a placo in Chicago where it is fifty dolZincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. Gov. O'Farrell has offered $1,000 reward ington & Eastern Railway Co. Journal. lars for fifty days. Owing to the popular clamor against FitzsimmcnB refuses to sign tbe artifor their capture. Brown-SmitI've been stopping at g cles of agreement proposed by Corbett. and to the degeneration of a placo thero where It is fifty dollars or The democratic and republican esti- Ho wants gloves and a referee tbe sport, the Washington Park Club, at fllty days. N. Y. World. mates of the next House of Representathat will bo suitable to himself. He Chicago, tbe greatest racing association Came and Kffect. tives, made by the Congressional cam- claims to believe that Manager Brady in tbe West, has decided to abannon its sell them at prices never brfore known, Wc make' all of our "Doctor," Baid tho maiden, "has kiss- Can aa follows: The dempaign committees are and Corbett are in league .with the Jack- racing feature. ing ever been known to dlsscminato own J pipe and can fit any stove. ocrats estimate that they will have 190 sonville Club. J. A. Cohen made tbe following pur- diseaso?" members, the republicans 156 and the "Yes," said tho medical man. "It freThe Oregon Overland Express was chases this week: 10 yearling steers from populista 10. The republicans claim 200 held up near Sacramento by bandits. McCarthy Brothers, at $22.50. 10 1,000-l- quently leads to heart trouble." Admembers, give the democrats only 147 "Four sacks of coin, containing $1,500 ams Freeman. cattle from J. W. Miller 2J; 3 head and the populists 9. In the estimate were transferred to the engino on which steers from Capt. Tbos, Steele, at A Hint to Farmers. -tbe republicans claim a gain of one in the daring desperadoes made their es"Why don't you feed your pig Woodford Sun. Kentucky, while the democrats place cape, the engineer and fireman being Jesse F. Cook tells us that a grand- John?" the repreaentation at 10 to 1, as now. "Because I don't want her to bo too forced to assist in the robbery. son of his combined stallion, Dillard fat, and by feeding her only every secDelayed reports concerning the dam- Denmark, sold for $1,200. He is a two- ond day I'm sure to get good streaked The Somerset Reporter is keeping up age caused by the hurricane and a very speedy pacer. He bacon." Flicgcndo Blaotter. in Florida year-ol- d high standard that Editor John L. the show that at Cedar Key storm was owned by a Nicholosvillo man and VanWinkle gavo it. Tho new editors, the worst in 25 years. the principal was Bold Embonpoint. The to a Chicago party. waa to bo imbued Is keceiving His R. L. & W. J. Brown, seom Miss Boston Her embonpoint is very o Btreet is strewn with wreckage, the city good crowd attended court at A the importance of their work and hall was partly demolished and pronounced, isn't it? the city yesterday and.thero were about 300 -:- -:- -- : Miss Chicago N05 thero isn't anywill do all they can to lead the benighted jail is missing entirely. Many buildings cattle on the market. A bunch of 1,300 body in town who knows French well county of Pulaeki to tbe land republican were destroyed, Two lives were lost at pound cattle brought 3.55; 800 pound enough to pronounco Detroit Freo Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. of democratic wJBdom and promise. Apalachicola. Bteers, 2c; yearlings 2.40; butcher stuff 2 Press. The old Holland Purchase o to 2jc. Mule colts wero dull at $20 to to be necessary to urge THJBLUE-GKASHERD OK It ought not Btand by the nominees. Vary Tender, Indeed. building at Batavia, N. Y., was dedi- $35. democrats to Barber You havo u tender skin, sir. Hustler Russell, 2:12, has been sent Honorable men always fulfill their obli- cated on 13th aa a monument to Robert Customer I did havo when I camo in In political matteraas well as in Morris, the financier of the Revolution by his owner, Mr. W. E. McAfee, to here. You havo it now. Judgo. gations If. H. Bronaugh, Pror, every other way. If all who voted in The address delivered by Secretary Car- Richmond, Va., to start at the State Fair ' Nowadays. It doesn't matter so much the primary will vote for our tickot, as lisle was not only a just and eloquent this week. Mr. McAfee also hopes to Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky Whether ho'a In tho stylo, they aro honor bound to do, the little tribute to tbe great patriot, but was also lower tho track record, which is 2:24, Or whether he's Irish, Welsh, or Dutch, lawyer and his deluded followers wont s contribution to the history of the coun- with him, and thereby get $200. He Provided he's made his pile. Pics foi tale from the best types of RiJi....i Hrywriw '"T"Ti Chicago Trlbun. I try's struggle for independence. should have no trouble in doing it. Stock. Breeders secured from the best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited be in it a little bit. If the al Har-raa- An engineer's disobedience of orders caused a disastrous collision between excursion trains near hew Orleans Sunday, whereby 19 passengers on an L. & N. train wero injured, dne fatally. J. A. R. Elliott has taken the Inures from Dr. Carver. Elliott's record of 199 birdB out of 200 in the last two matches is Bomething that will go down in history as miraculous. Dr. Carver was not "In particularly good form. O. tho three Deatly brothers on trial at Owingsvillerfor the murder of Mort Oline, William has been sentenced for lifo, Loo for six years and nine months and George is on trinl before a jury from Fleming countv. The father, L. P. Deatly, haa pecured a change of venuo to Montgomery county. A mob took Oscar Morton from the jail at Beatty ville, early Sunday morning and hanged him to a bridge near tho town. Morton murdered Sheriff Simms, of Leo county, at the Bnattyillo fair Sat urday afternoon, while that oificer was trying to arrest him. He was also tinder indictment for murder committed in Breathitt county three months ago. Wm. Curry, of tho Mt. PJesnnt neighborhood, has been married 63 years to his present wife; is Si and his wife S3 years ol ago. uo lias owned anu raised a crop on tho same farm sinco his marriage, and has paid taxes to tho Sheriff of Adair county for 63 consecutive years' n and His children, number over 200 and nearly all of whom aro now living Columbia Spectator. trap-shootin- A Mistake Somewhere. lady who has recently returned from a Mediterranean trip says that na tho ship was leaving1 tho harbor at d Athens a lndy passenger approached tho captain, who waa pacing tho deck, nnd pointing to tho distant hills covered with snow asked: "What is that whito stuff on tho hills, captain?" A well-dresse- -- TH .a Louisvill e Store. Business bargains for Buyers. Timely trade talk from Stanford's Biggest Business and Best E Retail Store. In prompt response to the welcome Business S Revival which has ushered in fall trade, we take pleasure in of- T fering to the people a special item or two as merely sugges- - A Bj;:tivc of the magnificent and unlimited stock of Merchandise B L. which WC nlace at their disposal. Never hefnii! worn nrirvo L so low. Never were values so great. Never before were we I so well equipped to outstrip all competition as now. All wool S Dress Goods, 25c. Good double width Dress Goods, locts. II E CoiP'0lc,75cSi,J.25,p,tojS3. Canton Flannel, 15,E D Gc, 7sc, to 1214c Ladies' Yarn Hose, Kc7worth dou- - D uu: uiuiiuy. iwauics riDucu.vcsis zoc, worm 35c. Keel llan- ncl 15c per yard. 100 pr. heavy weight Cassimcrc Pants at S Si. Men's and Boys caps ioc, 15c and up to Si. 25. Boys' I knee pants 25, 35 up to Si. 50. X g "Now is it, really?" remarked tho lady. "I thought bo, but a gentleman just told mo it was Greece" Argonaut. A Witling Mercury. tho captain. "That is snow, madam, nnswered First Hoy Wot's tho rush? Second ltoy I heard pa invito an old friend to dinner, and I'm hurrying homo to tell mamma. "Did y'r father send yoh?" "No." "Then wot you runnln' y'rsclf to death for?" " 'Cause, If mamma knows company is comin', wo'U have a better dinner." Good News. J 8c J grand-childre- en Mc-Kinl- LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, Van-deve- er Selling Out! Selling Out! play-Othell- HOE!3 HATS. Lock-woo- e nora-ino- three-year-ol- d n' 800 800 - 3Bo Fo oMMOTS & B(Q)Kr0 two-year-ol- fGO,-04- S, FALL GOODSo Ex-Senat- or o, (Ming, Furnishing oods Boots H. J. McROBERTS. T side-track- ed -- Stove; Stovekrds, Coal Hods, 1,000-poun- Jones-Brow- n h pool-sellin- five-oun- ce Come in and See Them, "W. u b. H. WEAKEN & CO. fl.G.RUPLEY,- 3c to-da- y, tfttattiM9JMlw4 AND Dan-vill- v-it- FALL WINTER it GOODS. land-of-fic- S Duroc Red Jersey Swine iVilW 'v - - lo. 'T 'PRT 9trl jV'" "" " L. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kv., Octobek 10, 1894 Pay your 1894 taxe. B, F. Two houses for rent. 0. 0. Withers. under' Cheater. Call and examine a line of gnns cheaper than over before. A barPay your 1804 taxes at onco and save gain for You should see our cheap counter cash. W. B. McRoberts. " 0 per cent. J. N. Mnnefee, sheriff. Hughes k Toto. Suit. W. F. McUlary .paid to tho E. C. Walton, Business Manager Tub Crab Orchard Magisterial Associa teachora in this county Saturday and Hides. Highest market prico paid for tion will meet at Crab Orchard, Oct. 27th, yesterday over $0,500. them in cash by M. F. Elkin. Mies Leah Stegur, vicopresident. -PERSONAL POINTS. Wilkinson's new shop is a daisy. Go AWbry heavy frost showed yesterday IS The Jeweler knows his business and knows Lost. Black Poland China boar and nnd more ice formed, Mibs Laura Jahiiob paid her folks at there for a clean slinvo or a nico hair but still the rain weighs about 100 pounds. Any informacut. it's business to do a square business, Danks Lebanon n short visit. clouds pass us by. "Local showers, folW. 0. received. tion thankfully M:ra Sadik Cook, ol Ilustonvillo, is lowed by clearing Tuesday morning, Two cottoges on Whitley Avenuo for does the right thing. That's why Danks A Shanks. visiting her sisters linre. warmer," is tho prediction, with little rent at SO each pur month. Miller & of Louisville, spont Helm. G. M. Our timo is limited. Wo must cloee prospect of tho ilrst part being fulfilled ranks first in the ranks of the trade. When . . Sunday with his sisters here. our stock out nt once; goods nnd fixtures Meat cutters, butcher knives, sausage to be sold regardless of cost. B. F. Fire. The tenement house belonging you want to trade go to Danks. Diamonds, Mas. Annik VYkaiikn .b visiting Mrs. J. JEWELER machines, coal hods, vases and flro sets to Eld. Joseph Ballon, on the opposite II. Stephens in Urnb Orchnn. Jones & Son. Watches, and Jewelry of all kinds sold and sldo of tho pike from his residence, burnMies Alms Fish has returned from n at Farria A Hardin's. Thk Gaines Brothers rented tho Ar- ed Sunday night nbout 11 o'clock. As visit to relatives in the East 12nd. New goods of all kinds and n big lot of nold farm of 210 acres, advertised in this guaranteed by Danks. WHO Thomas Laai.ey, ICatj., spent Sunday Zeigler shoes just received at S. II. paper, to Mr. Cash for $575. Ed tells us no one had lived there for a week, it was evedently set nflre. Tho loss is some with ills hpst fiirl nt Georgetown. Shanks'. Call and boo, that the "ad" brought 10 people to look 200. iMr. P. M. McIIoiikrts wont to Falat it in one day. Foil Rent. Residence occupied by B mouth yesterday on legal business. P. W. Green, proprietor of tho Myers Thk report comes thnt Albeit Horn, House, having so many irons in the fire, Mu. It. Walton Kadtlanu, of Uoyle, K. Wenren. Price $15, monthly payMain Street, Stanford, Ky. is with his brother, Mr. A. G. Kastlarid. ments. Tims. RichardH, Junction City. " mel, charged with violating the internal hw engaged Opt. Thomas Richards acd revcuuo laws by selling whisky without wife to take charge of the hotel, ncd Suk Dauoiimak nnd Fannlo Misses We will give one ticket on n 150 sow- license, has jumped his bond, on which they will arrive this week. Shanks went up to Mlddlesboro SaturThis is an - Wi U! v l ing machine for every $2.60 spent with tho namo of Granville Cecil appeared. 1 day. excellent move as the two are noted caus until Jan. 1, '93. W. II. Wenren & Abiiiiy M. Wahkin nnd T. II. Shanks JIL tho public wants and B B."! After six months of idleness the min terers tocustom to tho nl ready will bring wore over from GarrArd College yester- Co. further well pa ors at Grays returnod to work yesterday Has just what people want. Lowest prices, the latest styles and the day. Tub salaries of tho county judgo and at reduced p'ricea. They will learn after tronlzed hotel. Ko. O. Hoiter has closed n contract county attorney of Pulaski wero cut a few more such experiences that strikes The following excellent recommendawith Walbaum to act as secretary at Sar- down from $1,000 each to 5S00, by tho aro a delusion and a snare for those who tion of the new music teacher at the atoga next year. fiscal court. engage in thorn. Stanford Female College Is dated at CinWm. LunwKLL Evans is hero looking Thk ayerago daily attendance at the like a man who intends to Tub last meeting of Stanford Maccabee cinnati College of Music, Sept. 10, 1892: vary much Mies Mary Cowen, of Batavia, Ohio, public Bchool during the first month Lodge was tho most interesting sinco its do something desperate. studied in this College during the three ever brought to Stanford. I will complete my new price list this Miss Dollik Williams, of Hub which has just closed was SO. Thero aro organization. The payment of the $2,000 1834-8Dolicv of a deceased member within 15 academic years 1SS2 S3, 18S3-Stonvllle, was the guest of Mrs. W. A 00 pupils enrolled. week and OTHER HOUSES WILL BE NO MORE IN IT. and after a brilliant examination in Juno dayc has uiven nov life to tho lodge and Sears. Jessamine Journal. Come to headquarters. I have made the prices since my embark-men- t, If your hair petition! if influential gentlemen have '84 by the Board of Examiners, received Mr. B. K. Wkaren will movo this Is Ladies and Gentlemen. falling out ro to Ed Wilkinson's barDiploma of Graduation in the Art of n and will continue to make my customers prices that will cerbeen received for membership. week to the HI more house now occupied ber shop and have it stopped with tho Singing, and tho Springer Gold Mednl for tainly induce them to pay cash. Call and see my elegant Fall stock. by Mr. II. F. Jones and family. and daudrufT county clerk, was mis- general excellence in all her studies. In G. B. Cool-mi- , Mrs. L. II. IIcmcno nnd children, of wonderful hair renuwer birth-daand wedding presents. taken in giving us the vote on the ques- addition to the voice she Btudied Piano, Holiday, eradlcator. Somerset, have been visiting her parW. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. of tho court of claims to ndjourn to Theory, the Italian Language and Draents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo II. Hout. Tub L. A N. will sell tickets to Louis- tion Oct, 13th to coualder the road claims nnd matic Action, It gives us pleasure to Mu. 0. 0. McIloiiKHTs and wife and ville on the 18th at one fare for the follows: For conMtes Mary Cowen as n fine vogood to return on tho 10th. asks us to correct as OH!Mrs. J. II. Mount, o( LaGrange, aro on a round-trip- , tinuing: Leach, Caldwell, Bright, Collier, calist, with a brilliant soprano voice, as The occasion la a speech by Gov. visit to Mr. Johu M. McHoborta. Blankenship, Bailey a good pianist and musician and an extho great apostle of protection. Brown, Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Harris havo rent-im- I and Young. Nay: Smiley, Cotley, perienced teacher. Petor Rudolph NeflT, Vht) Helm place on Danville Avenue Rowland, Adams and Drye. President, Cf. P. Moulinier, Dean. with a limit of three and will movo thither next week. Circuit Court i Dr. KnwAliD Alcok.n and daughter, weeks will begin hero next Monday, Miss N. Virginia Jackson, who made CHURCH AFFAIRS. Miss Lucy, of Hustonville, spont Friday From Mr. James P. Bailey, the excollent many friends hero during her year as Elder W. C. Crabtree will assist Eld. with Mrs. Ikttle McKinney nnd fam- clerk, we learn that there aro on the member of tho college faculty, Buffered a ily. docket GO Commonwealth, 118 old equity, Bovere accident a few days ago at the W. E. Ellis in a meeting at the Christian Mr. W. 8. Waiirkn Iihb returned from II olu ordinary, 1 equity appearances Martha Washington College, Abingdon church, to begin on the 22d. Mis. and 27 ordinary appearances. Thero aro Va., in which bIio now holds a position, Rev. Geo. O. Barnes, the Evangelist, A visit to his Bister at Woodbine, All made so by buying goods from the Great Emporium of FashBelle Harris, much improved by the two divorce cases, Mrs. Serena Oakley Sho was demonstrating in tho labratory will begin a series of meetings at tho ion. They have boaght their winter wraps, winter dress goods, win-tq- r trip. sues Wm. Oakley and Mrs. Alllo Riley whero a glass tube was drivon nearly Court House beginning Wednesday eveshoes, winter underwear, the most stylish and the most comfortaMr. W. F. II emi y, a good friend ol desires to havo tho matrimonial fetters through her right hand, severing an ar- ning, 17th Lexington Leader. Would you The Baptist church voted practically ble made, from us and for less money than ever before. this paper from Garrard county, spent unloosed from Floyd Riley. Both aliego tery and rondoringher unable to perform soveral days with his relative, Mr. J. W abandonment. unanimous Saturday against continuing wear the same broad smile? Then come and do likewise and do not her duties. the union services Sunday nights. The Perrin. from home to buy inferior styles and qualities at a high Kinosville. Granville O. Baker has The Caledonians will meet at the court- fither churches wero willing to continue. run away Miip. M. L. Ikurau and children, of Examine first our stylish cloaks and wraps, our new weaves Dr. John S. Cooper, of Livingston, price. Krin, Tenn.. who havo been yisHlng her a fine boy nt bis house. This is his sec- house again Saturday night, when it will Mr. Isaac Hamilton, returned ond child. Tho wife of General Leach bo affirmed that "It is better to havo who married Miss Jael Redd, of this and figures in dress goods, new underwear, new shoes; new clothing, fithor, died last weok, after a protracted illness loved and lost, than never to have loved county, goes for the faith cure business and all the new and cheap things out. homo Friday Mr. W. L. Hall, of Wayno county, of typhoid fever. She leaves two chil- at all." Mr. S. W. Menefee will deliver in general, and Rev. B. Helm in particuMore-lan- d was hero Sunday on his way to the dem- dren, one only nine months old and tho opening address. Misses Nora lar, liko a thousand of brick, in the lost and Isabolla Bailey are down for a issue of the Mt. Vernon Eagle. Mid other hardly three years. The teachers ocratic Congressional convention at association of the Wnynesburg magister- vocal and violin eolo, respectively, while Tho Rev. Dr. Ohnrles Minnigerode, dleeboro, which convones . Mr. H. J. McIloiiERTB, president of tho ial district will conveno at O. K. on Sat- the inimitable Ed O. Gainea will read his rector emeritus of St. Paul' church, Bank of Canton, Mo., sent ua a check urday, Oct. 27th. Tho canning factory papor, "The Stanford Whirligig." The Richmond, Va., died Saturday after a For the next two weeks will astonish you. If you want dress goods yesterday, rnd pays for his paper to will cloeo down this week. It has prov- program will bo liberally interspersed loog illness. His church was in a certain Come and examine these goods and don't May 1, 1800, which breako tho record so ed a paying enterprise and will be run with music by Dankn' orchestra. sense the Cathedral of tho Confederacy, cheaper than ever sold. on a much larger scale next year. underwear until you sea our stock. We are far. snd numbered among its communicants buy shoes, clothing or A kkw evenings ago Mrs. J. P. Bailey Cou Silas Ahams was hero yesterday President Davis nnd Gen. Robert E. Lee. in the business to do business and intend to do it. No man can ' sell Ai Talrott Convicted. If tho State lighted a lamp with a pleco of burning Tho Mt. Horeb church, in which en route to Somerset, where he will be cnmleaaly threw the paper on Col. Breckinridge held his membership, goods without showing them, so we Invite you to look. of which laws wero enforced with auch certainty paper nnd nominated for Congress hearth. Her dress caught from it has suspended him till Foby. 1. The honor e (Torts hare been made to rob and celerity tho illegal whisky traffic nt the and when sho discovered tho fact it was unanimous decision of tho officers waa leHBt would Boon have to go. Albert Gal' him. that, while accepting his repentance as a hlnzo. Her husband camo to her sincere nnd heartfelt, the great publicity IUm, tho well known train- latin Talbott has long been suspected of in Carroll assistance nnd nfter some difficulty and of the sin demanded some public action. er, who took alck on tho opening day at handling tho stud, hut tho Stto, could Boyernl burns, succeeded in emothering do nothisg with him or rather it didn't. Oakley, was at tho track yesterday for It is estimated that the average valHumes boforo Mrs. Bailey was burntho tho ilrst time since his sickness. Cincin-ni- tl It was different when tho United States ue of the potato crop is about ed nt all. It was a narrow escape, howtook a hnnd nnd it did not tako long to Knqtilrer. $50 an acre, wliilo the value of grain pe ever, and both of them wore very much acre is lees than that Miss Annie Ham, ot Iiussell county, Is mnke out n caso against him. Friday sold during this year, nt certain was sen- frightened nfter it was all over. Mrs, visiting tho family of hur uncle, Mr. tho eon of nn Bailey's dress was ruined, but Bho is very times, for $1 or more per bushel. John M. Hail. She assisted in cultiva- tenced by Judge Barr at Louisville to thankful to get off that well. ting 260 acrea of corn Inat season and serve 30 dava in all and pay n fine of if." MEANS BUSINESS. n $100, the supposed lightness of tho made a flue crop. "Jones," tho gentleman referred to in Buy your Bchool books and school supco being because of his age. Gait. W. U. Kiruy and wife left for tho alleged surupo at Crab Orchard plies of all kinds at A. R. Penny's. Memphis yestorday, from whence they Springs, which was detailed in our last Watche8, clocks and jewelry repaired Intbiuoh Journal Frbk. Tho Idol & issue, camo down Saturday with blood will go to the Indian Territory and Texand warranted. Engraving a specialty, W. G. Proctor president and as. During tho captain's absence, Smith Proctor Co., in his eye nnd wnnted to know "who at A. R. Penny's. Our cloaks are arriving daily. We can fit you in style and price. treasurer and P. H. Idol, general manaForman, bend hrakeman on his trainf Tub largest stock of Drugs, Medicines, wrote that pleco." Tho information was secretary, have not only reduced ger and will be conductor. furnished him nnd he demanded the Perfumery, Palnta and Wall Paper at Largest stock, lowest prices. of sowing machines from $55 to A. R. Penny's. Pescriptiona a specialTiiosk charming young ladies, Missos the price namo of our informant. It is against ty' $28 cash, but advertiso that they will Jean, Maggie nnd Evelyn Buchanan, of our religion to givo such things away, a copy of tho Every mother ihould know that croup can be Crab Orchard, accompanied by Mr. N. T. glvo each purchaser and wo told Mr. Jones bo as mildly and true The We can suit Ladies and Gentlemen out of our very large stock. See Interior Jouiinal, one year aa pleasantly as tho zophyrs of an early Ercvcnted. This ifirst lymptomi a o peculiarcroup it Saturrough followed by Little, of Knoxville, camo down They handle cough. If Chambcrhin'i Cough Remedy is given friends here a short free with every machine our new Cluze Patent thumb glove for ladies. The most perfect fitday and gsvo their May morning. "Then I'll hold you freely at toon a the child becomes hoarie on even all tho most improved makes and also glimpse of their happy faces. personally responsible," said the irate alter the cough hat developed it will prevent the ting glove ever made. attack. they Messrs. S. 0. Hardin,.o Albany, and doal in pianos and organs of which husband, as ho ,went for his knife. Now For sale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, druggist, Stanhave a large linn. The firm is ono of George E. Stono, of Liberty, wore on personally responsi- ford. we wo have been "held yesterday's train bound for tho Mlddles- the most roliahlo in the country and ble" bo often that wo aro kinder used to offer will provo mutually NEW ADVEBTISKKENTH. boro convention. Wayno and Clinton in trust their To have you see our Gents', Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and get the it, and bo informed Mr. Jones.who set log for tho former for Congress and profitable. It is certainly a very cheap that wo wero not greatly alarmod, began structed prices means a sale. way to got a good machine and a newsy Casey and Russell for tho latter. to grow calmer and listen to reason. We Mn. B. F. Jones. Sn.. and Misa Rosa paper at the same timo. assured Uhlm that we bad no ill feelings the undersigned at Rowland, Lincoln Call Jones left Sunday for North Middlotown, according to toward him in the world or we should county,onKy , lor terms. We want to negotiate Tub court of claims met a storo and whero the former will open We have everything in the Rubber line. Sandals and Alaskas for adjournment Saturday and after listen- have given his real namo in tho article loans on first mortgage stcurity on real estate, and commercial Agent lor the latter resume her place in tho col- ing to the statements of the overseers of and that we published it in good faith stocks, bona Brokerage Co., St. paper. Mo Louis, Missouri the gents, ladies and children. M. N.EAKLY. 6sm lege. They made many frionds during tho roads, who declared to a man that on tho statement of a responsible party, their stay here, who regret to have them all tho work done was neceisary, allow- but were willing to make any correction bave. ed the clalma. in full, which amount to that he would suggest, if it were untruo( Are arriving daily. Come and see us. Owing to ill health Miss Edith Colson, over $3,000, enough to make turnpikes provided be wouldn't Kill us, in which who has had charge of the music depart- of a good many of them. W. M. Bright event we could not very easily do so. Tho undersigned committee will until Thurs Oct. as. 1894, receive sealed bids for ment since the opening of tho present was allowed $200 as treasurer and 8. M. After this assurance ho agreed to sparo day. practice of Lincoln county for the the ensuing Beesion of the college, has been forced to OwonBjwaa given $74 on the claim of our life for tho sake of our little chil- year, to be subdivided according to the old magisterial preclnc's. The following are maximnm Denretire nnd Sunday morning left for Judge Varnon was au- dren, and we will now state that Mr. prices which will be paid: $157 rejected. Stanford Precinct 457 oo ver, Col. She is Biicceedod by MIbs Mary thorized to take bond for the completion Jones aaya ''the charges made in the arTurnersville " 80 00 Cowen. ol Batavia.O., a graduate of the of the Kingsvillo and Point Pleasant ticle of Friday are false from beginning HustonvilM -- . oo 00 Crab Orch'd Cincinnati College of Music and a lady turnpike by June 1, 1895, and bo, J. B. to end and tbat tho author of them is a 70 00 Highland, " oo 00 Wavnesbure " ot ihuch experience. and G. B.Cooper were appointed d n infernal liar." We will also Bay for Paxton Wafnnt Flat " 30 00 30 00 " Hubble, a committee to let the pauper practico to Mr. Jones that ho is tho gamest man CITY AND ViniNITY. M i- Bid for jail practice will be received at the W. E VAKNON, responsible physicians. They were also that ever tacklod ua and that ho is brave tame time. Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to coopER Ho doesn't and tablo BpoonB at DankB. almost to foolhardiness. tBa appointod a committee to Bell the J. B. PAXTON, Stanford. We also lead in Committee. 5 privately if posalblo, by Feb. 15, seem to know what fear is, but when we '?' Clocks and watch efl at Danks'. manif not, publicly and rednvest tho amount explained our position, he made a PUBLIC SALE ! ' jtA 7t in a farm near Stanford. They were al- ly apology for approaching us as ho had. Nkcklaces and rings at DankB. ff i , I wllll offer for sale on so empowered to treat with Mrs. Suo We assured him how sorry wo were if we Thadb with DankB, tho jewelor. of the contract with had done him an injury, oven unintentHolmes for a rolease 1894, Oct. . her, which extends till Oct. 25, 1895. ionally, and tho hand that but a moknives and forks at Danks'. Silvkr At 3 P. M on the premises, the property ol the County Attorney Paxton was allowed ment beforo would havo sent a knife to late John M. McRoberts, Sr., situated on Main A street, opposite the Female College. Said Don't buy cloakB or wraps without $700, but be will get only $000 next y oar. our vitals if hecouldhave gotten it there erty will be offered in two separate lota, and prop Call and See a Beautiful Line. then Hughes & Tato. in pledge of friendship, and as a whole. Postesslou given Ian. i, tSos calling on us. , A largo number of paupers, additional, shook ours 7 s, "95. nJ balance Jan. I, of, payable July granted from $3 to 10 a month and grim visaged war again smoothed its beuing per cent, Ik you want clothing or shoes and were J wrinkled front. the court adjourned. boots come to ua. Hughqs & Tate. wear. Severance SrANKOM), No. 1 milch cow for sale. &Son. Jones Gentlemen, boo our lino of & Son. Opals from 75c to $18 each at Danks, Select a Btone before the best are sold. This "Ad" drew the Diamond and Emerald Ring and was written Mrs. J. S. Owsley. Jr. by- - ' .. -- m m JJAJNKS m m Cooi-KR- , MAY BE RELIED ON- ft wr ffSTF J "!, tti m - FI Most Complete Stock Of Furniture 4, 5, y t. i 1 -- y, Car-ma- The Happy Faces I n n to-da- Our Cheap Counter- HUGHES & TATE. i to-da- y, n I one-fourt- h amount-Potatoe- s Body, Hands, Feet CLOAKS, CLOAKS. S, G-LOVE- S. G-LOVE- son-te- m w Semi-Week- ly SHOES, SHOES'. RUBBERS. $500,000.00 to Xioan To Fh.ygioia.nr3. NEW GOODS SjBVjBRAJNOjB & 8 BON LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. f" poor-hous- e, . ' Saturday, 27th, Queensware, Glassware, &c. PARRIS & HARDIN: UwSju 3 T b"., One-thir- d T T7 y "V3r ? ivf '. - TsJ i n t w . - ; - . - lV i T l Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouw AT T 1 V'Ejrf trotters. WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. It Our Sex Lax In Keeping Duslncss En RncciiieiiU? h if s I i i 1 1 M i M I' ft 1 f i 74' ul A young lady, nn artist, tolls mo sho had a most unhappy oxporionco with n ADVANCE $2 JPICfct V3C.A.K, medicine to often needsd in every There B professed business woman tho other dny. home an uoso admirably adapted to the purposes T When not to paid SS1.50 will be charged.-PPain Tho young lady lives out of town, in n lor which It is intended, as Chsmbcrlata's some MORGAN DR. W. B. Hardly a week passes but what Palm plnco whero a journoy to Now York nnd membrr of the family has need ot it A toothache by tt. A touch of be cured The Morgan Mood Still Holds back requires nt least half n day. Hor or headache mayneuralgia quieted. The seere rheumatism or Anion; Horso Lotr. and the or scald promptly timo is nionoy all tho mouoy sho has pain of a burn much less time than relievedmedicine Office South bide Main St., In office when sore healed in Evidence crops ont occasionally that now and then and vacated by Dr. Lee K. Hulfman, .Stanford, Kf. E3VBBT lE'IR.IEID.A.'Y". in half n day tho has to be sent lor A sprain may be promptly tho Inturest in tho Morgan trottor is young artist could do much work. The treated before inflamatlon sets in, which iniuret When nece,tary reHoro mid there nro still to cure about professed business womnh wrote a letter quired in Cuts and bruises tho time ctherwite should rec nve immediDEALER IN- bo foaml small horilo iu fnmilios whero ate treatment before the parts become swollen, to tho girl asking to seo hor K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. their oxcollonco lias novor failed to bo tant businoas. Sho could only on impor- tthich pan only be dom when Palullalm is kept havo any ut hand. A sore threat may be cured before .Dtaliri n appreciated. For n tinio it seamed that be Train ttavea Rowland at 7:00 n. m., returning tho LTaniblotonian blood would crowd leisure tonttoud to tho matter, tho busi- liecomrs serious. A tioiiblreoinc corn maywees, or : movod by appl)lnejt twice n day for a ness be two. A lame the Morgans out of existence. Thcro is earlywoman taid, nt nn hour which was of valuable buck may or cured and several days LOCAL TIMETCARD. A pain in the side or and inconvenient for tho artist to lime saved less danger of that now than thcro was chest relieved without paying a doctor bill. Pro roach tho city. Ilowovor, tho B. W. in- c re w cent betlU at ouco au J yen will never 10 years ago. Say what you plcaso, Ky. JIail train going North... sisted, and thoro was nothing to do but regret It. Do-mest- ic South ......l3Pm " ..... II J pm thoro is not n family of horses alivo mako tho trip. Tho artist did this, arG, ItocVer, drurgltt, StanFor sale by Ir. South.. IiUKu train ' North....... am t 11 .j., nn that lias the steady go iu it of tho IMor- - riving on timo. Sho waited two hours, ford. ,o 36 . Local Freight North,......... ,107pm SouthMH. ........ ' and tho B. "W. did not appear. Sho did SIM GRAHAM EUotrio Ulttora. The laiter trains also carry passengers. not comu at nil. Thon tho artist wont This remedy it bocomlng so well known and so It a candidate lor Constable in the Highland and standard time, Solar to need The above U calculated on homo disgusted nnd disgruntled. Sho popular as Electric no special mention. All who WayneaOurg Magisterial District, subjict to the Hitlers ting the samo song of ime U about so minutes fatter. have used action of the republican ptrty. nnturally would bo. Sho left hor card praise. A puter medicine does not exist and It It claimed. Electric to do QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. for tho B. W. A day or two nfter sho litters will cure allall that it the Liver and Kid- Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. diseases of got a letter from tho B. W. saying that neys, will remove Pimples, lloilt,Salt Itheum and -Going North train pass Junction Citr at fol affections caused by impure blood; sho was "awful sorry, " but sho had for- other malaria from the system and prevent will Vestibule jtarts o a. m.v low: t irr.i..,i as drive gotten nil about tho engagement and well as cure nil malarial fevers. For cure ol Head- Hcadquarters'for almost anything it n'm. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida ORCHARD, LAWN, QAItDEN. " Limited 3:13. a. ra. gouo out of town. Pretty business wom- ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric sr Vestibule 11 s8 p. ra. Florida ijoutn-- N O. Bitters. Entire satitfaetion guaranteed or money m. an sho was, wasn't she? Tho strange relunded. Price joe and $1 per bottle at A ,K. Limited ia:it. m. Local tt:ss ypu want. When you wanthrst-class'mcA full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Treet, Vestibule arrives 8:40 p. m. thing about tho matter, too, was that Penny's urug store. Shrubs, Small Fruits. Grape Vines, Atparagut sho seemed to think hor careless note and every thjng usually found at such an establishment. 'Iry us on prices. We do not sell saying sho forgot nil about tho engageCorpse, call on liim.1 through agents but direct to the plainer. Catament made everything right Tho result logue on application. H.IM1ILLRNMEVER, was that tho young lndy artist exclaims When IVtby sick, wu gave her CaatotK 5. V 63 Lexington, Ky. SS when sho tells tho story, "I do hate to ( MOROAX STALLION AND COLT. ben s'hi wiu a Child, alio cried for Cojtorbv bnsiiu-sdealings with womgans. Others aro larger iu size, others havo nuy yio has unfortunately V.'l.en mo Imvamo 2!Ks, sho clung to CastcriA. RUSSELL have surpassed them in trotting short en anyhow!" iVheu aUe lusd Children, she gexretlirm Catorta Stanford, Ky. heats, but for dash and a vim that never had much of this kind of oxperienco with lets up or down, tho Morgans stand un- her own se:: hcveral times. Sho will henceforth add her testimony to tho cur excelled today. One of tho Morgan herds is owned in rent chargo that women arc wireless and Main and Danville Sts., Huttovtlle, Ky. Minnesota. From this ono tho breed has unreliable in hot. plug business engageWe have recently repainted and refurnished .K's.V.':. begun to spread in many quarters. On ments. I wonder if tho chargo is true? I 1HJRQ0 the HoiiM throughout and are prepared 10 accomregister. Apmodate the public Id style. Our Rates tho picture is seen tho stallion at tho liopo not. Kohuimai bcingcan succeed in Heady lor Service. All subject to Ky. any tiling whoso word is not keptsnered. ply to J. M, McRobeitt, btsuford. are very reasonable and a good table at all timet. JIBsofafeJy head of this famous herd. ITo is now 29 Special attention to traveling men. Elegant aam GOuRIER-dOURNA- L -pie room attached. Aiwa saloon conyoars old and almost as haudsomo as ho Every timo n perron breaks nn engagenection with the Hotel. Call and see us. 45 was wnen ho was young. Ho is clean ment ho tells a lie, nnd n Ho of the mako promiso if A cream of tarter baking pow- limbed and magnificently shaped. Tho worst sort.it,Neverhaving aonco mado you It a ten psg eight column democratic newfpsprr can ono contains thebest rf everything going. 11EN-Uready to delivei manufactured Ice It WATTERSON It the editor. I der. Highest of all in leavening small, brainy head of this breed is tho keepholp all but hazard. You owo it to tho Iromam now it nt the Stanford Fsctory to custorrert regularly Latest United States rt:octiou of a horse head. Its carriage upbuilding of n true, noblo character todo every morning at the rale ef FIFTY CUNTS strength. P. D. HlI,KY,.Proprlotor, is erect, proud and full of spirit even in PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and Government Food Report. bo. Quite apart from tho injur' you do at In smaller lots, - - - Kentucky, tho stato of colthood, ns is seen in the 73c E. 11U EM Kit, Stanford. The WEEKLY COURIER.JOURNAL makes London, to young follow in tho illustration. IIo is to tho woman's causa b boiig lax aud t pre, and civet lrra very liberal termt to ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., unreliable in business methods, quite I have moved to my new Hoteljaed sun letter mium! for clubs, Sample copies el the papr and ono of tho old stallion's colts. opart from tho iuconvcniouco you causo four page Premium Supplement toot free to any prepared than ever to accommodate the public 106 Wall Street, Now York. I A Morgan maro is tho inenniatim of Jood Livery attached and every convenience addrest. Write to Give sue a call. intelligence, gentleness and spirit in tho person with whom you break faith, yon do more harm to your own self than I am in Chicago lajtngin one nt 'be finest ThoCOURIER-JOURNA- L TRANK RILEV, CO. T7 A. S. horseflesh. Tho mares of thi3 f itnily to anybody olsc. The habit of untruth- stocks of Millinery and Embroidery Material ever aro particularly potent in ti..m;mig LOUSV1LLE, KY. SURGKON DENTIST. fulness on brought to Stanford. I shall pay each for goods their characteristics on their pioguiy, you andnnd carolchsnoss will The and sell them for cash, to low that yon will te woik you irreparable harm Office over McRobertt Drug Store in the new whatever tho blood of tho sire- may .v. mo. An examination will conSemi Weekly Interior Journal, forced to buy Irom Owsley Building. For this reason they aro araoag tho morally nnd financially. Be prompt, bo vince you and you are United to maVeit. Stanford: At the w.known old stand ol J. . Green, In truthful, bo exact. And The most vnluablo known to rams with sires MRS. A. A McKINNEY. Mrs. Eleanor Kirk Ames of Brooklyn Hu8tonvlllo, - - Kontuoky, of high blood aud renown. Wcclcly Courier-Journ- al has caught at its flood tide tho fad for Hat just received a beautiful line of Stopping n Itunaivuy Horse. nstrology at proent stirring socioty. Her A. Will be tent oueyeir to any address fcrffiS 7C. W. P WALTON, Surroys, Phaotons, Buggies, &c. Address Scarcely a weok passes iu any year book, "Influence of tho Zodiac on Hn 8j bttnford, Ky Miss Moore will arrlvn October that human lives aro not jeopardized by man Life, " is linving n wido sale. It i3 thing thct It new and nobby In the tst, with everyCall and tee hit ttock and get hit pilcet which way of horses taking fright and running away. charmingly written and will servo by its ate lower than anybodyi. If you want a nice set of hareett, a whip or a duster Tho man who can devise- soino means character readings to mako uyiny a social Hinder Twine for sale. which will surely provent this will bo evening delightful. Mrs. Ames is n Please call and examine my stock before- buyn groat publio benefactor. Somo ono shining illustration of tho success a ing Mypiices shall be the lowest. Thanking Shorten and qulckett between who professes to know states that runa- woman can nchicvo when sho sets hor you for past favort. respectfully, MYERS HOUSE KATL DUDD&RAR, Manager. way accidents seldom occur in Russia. head to it Left wheu a young woman Tho moans used in preventing them is witii five children to tako care of, sho Only Direct Line bctwren I very simple filled to them tho places of father and Frankfort, Georgotown nud Paris, It ifi asserted that iu Russia a horso mother both, bravely supporting them Oarlialo, Mayavlllo, Oynthlana, P. W. CREEN, Prop. that is addicted to tho habit of running with her pen, while sho loved and pet Falmouth and Covington. Miss Jarboe, ray trimmer, is In the cities buyaway has n thin cord with a runuiug ted and counseled them ns only a moth- ing my Fall and Winter Stock, and I will not make .... .........For a nooso around his neok at tho neck strap, er can. Success more nobly my usual fall trip. Both Miss Jarboe and her pur- Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland, Train t This stable, which It run n connection with the run by Central Standard Time. Myers House, bat been supplied with chases ill arrive next week and you are cordially earned than hers has been. Cold, and tho end is tied to tho dashboard. Eefreshingl9,Bath, Hot or invited to call. TimeTabUJnne 14, 1804. "At Rome," says this informant, "I MissFnwceft, who took tho first prizo No. 1. No 3. No. 7. A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, MISS LICC1E KEAZLEV, TRAINS EAST. A ttyllsh Hair Trim or Clean Shive, go to saw in tho Corso a phaeton with two in mnthomatics nt Cambridgo, England, p. in. p. m. Stanford, Ky. a m. Buggies, Wagons, 4 10 Leave Kranklort A 00 7 00 & Farmer's Barbor Shop, spirited horses bolt. They woro driven three years ago, has becomo a civil engi3oolc ' Summit 41$ ......706 tto P ruwmer's Supplies and Is better than ever by a lady, and I expected to soo instant neer. Success to her! Iu tho fiold of KUnorn. ............. ...7 tt 135 prcpate 411 supply the public with Co Switicr,....V.......7 18 140 45 destruction. But tho lady coolly grasped sanitary engineering especially there is ARE GOING...... a 00 ...IF YOU 4 3S " Stamping Ground.j 18 8 niQB OF ALllT.IND8, a thin cord, and within 30 yards tho a call for thoroughly qualified women. Duvall to 444 so OnSTANrORD.tKY., " Johnson.. ...........734 7 40 R 43 horses camo to a full stop. I afterward Womcu and childreu aro more conPersonal and promptattcntion glvento Weddings 4 57 " Georgetown.!! ...7 46 33 Panics and Ilurialt. met tho lady at Nioo and expressed sur- cerned with sanitation than anybody la now fully orgtoiied and ready for butinett witi " C S. Depot..... .7 5J J ! Til ! J P. V. GREEN, Newton.... stop,l " prise at tho skill with which sho 513 else. AI HUKNS.Managrr. " Centrrville......8 16 Proprietor 33$ 3 si Paid up Capital of - - $200,000 ped tho runaways. " to Tour special preparatory schools for Surplus, . at 000 Arrive Eluabtlb ..C ........S 30 3J 13 ' 4345 00 Pant JS ...8 "Sho treated it as a triflo and told mo accidents from runaway horses aro tho Germnn universities havo been SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAI unknown in Russia, as no ono but a luna- opened at Berlin, Carlsruho, Lcipsio BANK OK STANFORD, TRAINS WEST. No. t. No. 4. No. 8 No. it a. ui. p ra. a. tn 4 49 tic would drivo without tho cord. When and Munich for tho benefit of young Now closing up) with the taint, assets and undti Lve Parit ,...C the tame management. 603 ..1000 443 .P.JW. GREEN. Proprietor. a horse bolts, ho always takes tho bit in womou who wish to tnko tho university Dy provisions of iti chatter, depositors are ai Arr Klirabelh 6 if 10 LnumviLlE a. NASHVILIC R. R. 511 .io depositors 6 19 his teoth, and tho skill of tho driver is course Tho Germnn universities havo fully protected as ate being held in Nation Arr CentrtvUle.......io 14 I : : : Kentucky. individually Arr Newtown ........ io aa Hanks, its shareholders J 40 617 useless. Tho moment tho prossuro comes neon openeu to womou students on of the amount of their stock 600 the 64s 931 It the line for you, ai iti tho samo terms as to men. There haole toat theextentvalue thereol, in addition to the ArrC. S. Depot U 1037 par therein ArrOrorgetown 643 on tho windpipe tho horso knows ho has 747 8 00 I am still running this is no more significant sign of tho eman- amount invested in such shares. It may act at Arr Jolmton. ..1147 651 Hotel and mot his master." Exchange. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at rully ai Arr Duvall. ............... 10 t otxble 810 647 will continue tn give my gucti the polititt attencipation of woman than this. Tho spirit an individual. A rr Stamp's Ground tt 00 Bjo 703 Make close connections at tion at well at the belt the market afiurds. Using It AH Up. To those who entrusted their bultineti to ui Arr Swiuer.. of progress has bearded tho lion of old ..it 10 713 a jc while? mnaglng the Lincoln National llank ol ArrFJkhorn to LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ..it 17 7 16 905 in his grimmest den Germany Fow peoplo know how a Ijecf carpecial Attention to tho TravelStanford, e we here tender our many thankt and Arr. Summit o ij 1113 j For all points. their butinett Arr Fiankftrt.A. . 1130 cass at tho great packing houses is cut nt last. Tho advancement of tho Ger- trust tbey will continue to transact 9 S3 733 ing Public. with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt attenTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. A connects with L. A' N. man women mnst bo credited in no tion to tamo, our tweuty years' experience it BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH up and disposed of in tho way of comII connects with Q C. and L. S. when you want a turnout come to my plete utilization. The long ends of tho small degreo to tho influence of tho in- banking and at liberal accommodations at are cot For any information enquire of C Connects with K. C. inES. KICE. Azent. tails of cattlo aro sold to mattress mak- tellectual Empress Frederick, with her intent with toiind banking SUNDAY TRAINS. Stanford, Kyi Or directors: ers. Tho undigested food in tho cattlo's clearheaded English notions of tho powLeave Franklort g 00 a, in ; Georgetown 10 00 a. W.A McQUOWN, Trav. Pats. Agent, Vernon, m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; arm rranklert ti 30 Pricet to tult the htrd timet, Call or leave order J.J. Willlamt.Mt. stomach is pressed aud used for fuel. ers nnd capabilities, of women. Junction City, Ky p. m. at the Mycrt House Uthce . II. Shanks, btacford; Many of tho largo white hoofs go to The Kentucky Midltnd Radwayand connecMiss Margaret H. Jones of Oak Lane, J. S. Owsley, Stanlord; tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all A. G. Lanham China, whero they aro raado into jowcl-ry- . okn",B. Cattleman. S J. EinLry, Stanford; Philadelphia, has established a sanitapoints bouth, East, Sortli and West. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEACER. Tho intestines aro used for Eausago rium for tho treatment of nervous invaVet further information apply to their agents. ' II. Owsley, btanford; J. C. D. ISK1ICAW, Gen. Pats. Agent. nro used to pack lids of hor own sex. Doubtless it will casings. Tho bladders J. F.;,Casi, Stanford, YEAGER, GEO. II. HARPER, Oen. Supt putty in. Tho horns and hoofs nro care- provo a good business enterprise William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W.;Carpentcr, Mllledgevillt, K fully preserved and sold to tho manuLIVERY, T2ED AND IRAINIKU iSIABLE, Mrs. S. Louiso Patteson of Cloveland W II. Cummint, Preachcrtvill facturers of combs, buttons, etc. All of Special Rates to Commercial Men. tho scrap from rendering operations is has had horsolf naturalized in ordor S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J.'R. Owsley, Cashier, carefully preserved and dried and Bold thnt sho may veto at tho noxt school 8TANFOROe KY. W. M. Bright, Teller. AND to tho fertilizers. Tho stomachs of hogs, election. Sho is a nativo of Switzerland. LIVERPOOL,. If you need livery glvn u a call. Nothing but instead of being sent to tho rendering There nro now three women doctors turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us for rales. In our tanks, aro now used for tho manufac- on tho corps of tho bonrd of health physiNATIONAL BANK JBARBEE &OASTLEMAN ture of pepsin. Ilogs' feet, cattlo feet, cians in Now York city. Dr. Frances OK STANFORD, KY. HARNESS SHOP hido clippings nud tho pith of horns ns G. Denuo is serving her second term ns MANAGERS, You will find a Kood assortment of Harness, well ns somo of tho bones nro used for such, Dr. Alico Mitchell and Dr. Helen Capital Stock Havo your repairing done by our man, he underttandi hit business. We have a Intoly appointed. Tho manufacture of glue. Commerce Building, Louisville tho carefully preserved All of tho blood Knight; have beentho charity practico of Surplus mechanic iu our is and coagulated ladies attend to SOLD TO Agents throughout the South, by cooking wtli fiteam, then pressed tho city iu their districts nnd do as Attention of the public is invited to the fc BLAqKSMITH SHOP. ALL POINTS: only National Rank in Stanford and 'dried and sold to fertilizer manu- much work as tho men physicinns of tho that this it the Will guaranteo t workl'and tatltfactory Under the provitiont of the National Bank Act Ort.P, 1MDIAHA, ILLINOIS, prices. Try our horse shoer. "ST. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agent, factures. Bones aro dried and either sanitary corpn do. Thoro i3 no discrimidepotitort are secured not only by the capital Agents for Decnng Machinet, the lightest draft liability tor at, by the stockholder! ground into bonoincul or used for tho nation in regard to sex either way, stock, but WISCOWSIW, machine on earth. STANFORD, KY. so amount equal manufacture of bono olinrcoal, which is which is as it should be The ladies are this inttitution to the stock, by athat depositors ol fund of $400,000 are tecured of tbocondition of the bank MlSSOUIai, KAHSAS, afterward utilized for refining sugar obliged to inspect tho promises of tho Five sworn tutements yearto the United Portland. and in homo other refining processes. tenement house population and look into are made eachassets are examined States governSan Francisco at stated timet ment and lit KEBBASK, COLORADO, Exchange. kitchen sinks nnd garbago receptacles. by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. Tho women doctors do their unpleasant IS NOT SATISFIED ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, flk This institution, originally established at the As to Wool Merchant.. task in a way thnt gives thorough satis- Deposit Bank of Stanlord in 1838, then -- . With being "tho Rest Magazine ever published in Marshall Orr of Idaho writes to Tho faction to tho board of health at least, ued as the National Bank ol Stanford in 1S65 nnd TEXAS,- -- .OiW the South.l' It wishes to cover thorous-hlthe again re.organited as the First National Bank ol American Sheep Breeder: "Tho wool whother whole field; to visit regularly every reading, laimtly an uninterhat VIAit does to tho slum peoplo or Stanlord in 1S81, of had practicallybetter supplied 50UTH-WEin the South, clip in this sectiou is extra clean nud years. It Is ME WEST, rupted existence 31 uot. To uo thii, its subscription price hat been now with iacilitiet for transacting butinett prompt fine this soasou. Sheopmen iu this loby ly and liberally than ever before in itt long and Let women worship beauty iu men FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS cality aro blue, as tho clip will not pay of corporations, Reduced honorable career. Accounts AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. firms and individual! retpectfully tolic-teexpenses. For my part, I nm tired of nil moans. It is rare enough to bo alSI.SO coarsening, nni- feeding coyotes nud commission men. most worshiped. The nri Ma M&SaMtiiYtmWUmm THE BEST ROUtFtO THE The Directory of this Bank 11 composed ol A Year. After 1 1 years' oxperienco with com- ninlizing influences of tho lifo led by . ForettHS Reid, Lincoln county ; wpouisvittt NtwAlBAY8CHICAto"Rt(.(S- Deglnnlng with the October Number. BUT the mission houses I havo como to tho con- tho men of today nro telling on tho sex Magazine will continue to Brow iu quality and to S. T. Harris, Lincoln; merit the O, A. Lackey, Lincoln; 'ULLMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, clusion that a grander sot of thioves nnd aro visiblo all over their fnco and , PTJLLMANSAND never J. W. Ilaydon, Stanford; always seemed features. Therednoses, bristles, blotched It SIEEPIHO AND DININO CAR! Words of Praise it.Receivos, PAHLOI. CABS. Btrango lived. that has wool, grown from nnd furrowed iuhjIcs fnughl And thoy S.H. Baughman,SLincoln; to mo for SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE J. S . Hocker. Stanford; "The Southern Magazine la a handsomely tho samo breeding as tho Ohio sheep, do not know it themselves. ONLY LINK PROM LOUISVILLE and well W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; able to As to women, their typo is refined 40BF0LKWESTERN RAILROAl compare withoutedited literary magaiine, monthlv disfavor with the best - CARS. raised in tho Rocky mountains, fed on M. D. Elmore, Stanford; - DINING RUNNING Journals ol the metropolis." lteviow of Reviews alfalfa and kept fat tho year round, wo enough, butNthoy are sadly iu nesd of CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. T. P. Hill, Stanford. May, 1S94. . should recoive only nbout half what tho physical culture and dovolopment Dr. WRITE TO K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; Our Dcscripth year, circulation has Increased tenfold In the nau Rates, Maps, Wrlto for eastern grower does. I admit ours is Sargent of Harvard finds tho avorage M. J .Miller, MU Vernon' 'amplilcta, to any Station Agent, or to but we are after the 100,000 mark. H..H. BACON, D. P. A Ky.F. J ItEED.G. P. A. much dirtier Send 10 cents for simple copy to Chicago, 111 S.Hockrr, President; Louisville, than theirs, but why U woman iu J30 per cent off from tho per- J M. T. BIUOO. B, DCVILL. ALIEN HULL, W. THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE, Joht'J. McRoberts.'.Cathler; t. Tr.nll.t I'.m. ig there snt'h a difference when scouted? fect typo in her bodily measurements. ta'll'ww.xtriit. 1)1.. Loultvillt, Ky A. A. McKtoney, Atiittant CatMer. UU1SUKE.TA. IULIBHIS,0. UOA.MJkE, Vi. uenver.j Tbnt is tlj0 vohlt St. Paul. Eliza Aiicuaud Connee. Published Evory Tuoadajr and Friday iy The best salve In the world lor cutt, brulttas sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap t. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin It positively cures piles or no pay requir ad. It is guaranteed to tnve perlect tatitfaciion cents per bos. tr money refunded. Price For sale by A. K. Penny, Stantnrd, Ky. eruji-oion- Duociln'sArnlcA Salve. gic S1.500 WANTED. nrst-clais 1 I est. Call on security and Light per cent. Inter J. B. PAXTON, Attorney, tanfttd JESS T Desirable Farm for Sale. Situated halt a mile West of McKlnney and containing 13s acre 1 e( ltnd in good leol culti vation, roatettioti given ay jan ut, 189J. For particulars apply tn :.!'. M. ESTES or JAS. W. GIVF..VS, McKtnnev, Ky. 58 im 6 OR 8 PAGES. IH-Ow- n R. Zimmer, -- PENNY Dentist. y one-thir- d J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, 5L&N. Fancy Groceries, All Kinds of Coal, 11 Foreign and Fruits, lllue-Gra- ss Blue Grass Nurseries. P- - Blue-Gra- ss al i 'dm B&kmcc s R ZIMMER. & BROWN, VE1T3DOMB HOTEL, flrst-cla- Powder) I0r JERSEY THE WEEKLY jS-i- Pure ICE. ICE. To Tlio Ladios tirit-clis- s Y THE RILEY HOUSE sgt-u- BKb& PRICE, grv - D. S. CAIRFEUTIET?,. Treat For tfic Ladies. - 3ivixJniii3srE32e"2r- Ky. Midland IVy Cincinnati and Frankfort TO THS LADIES was-uovc- r well-know- n 1 JNTORTH .. west, Farmers BanMTrnst 11 FIRST-OLAS- .a5 Tho Myers House, we!l-knw- ox-nct- ly Stanford, -- Daily Trains n t. m A-- hrtt-cla- tt LIVERY STABLE. ROYAL OF YEAGER & insurance Company NORFOLK RAILROAD. FIRST WESTEBU TICKETS first-cla- ss 8200,000 21,300 nrtt-claa- The Southern Magazine r World's Fair Record. CHICAGO -- HORTH-WES- T, S1 fidu-ciari- d. to i NORTH AND EAST. llhit-trat- ed Tlme-Tablc- s, rr . y "'waLi'ami