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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894101901 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. f U1 f I i Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. ROWLAND. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER -- U V 19, 1894. NO. 66 ;3i Mi. I HUSTONVILLE. Tho republican candidate for county judge in this Thero is great complaint about tho John A llama Is better. Mr. Harry Tho refined and elegant Miss Bessie county is so much liko tho Mooround Mr. El Powell aro to bo marscarcity of water hero. Dunn wns in town this week. Irishman's flea that wo ried on tbu 231 inst. at the homo of tho A protracted meeting beuins hero Wo nro In receipt of nn excellent could hardly get our kodac Hfllanced bride's grandmother, Mrs. ia too lengthy for Elders Ballou ami Taylor will communication, which to focus on him, but after 'conduct, it. . this correspondence. several attempts we at last Tho residence of Thos. Taylor was Messrs. Frank Smith nnd James Tho hoys gave a hop Fridiy night at both o Garrard, have moved destroyed by flro last Monday. It caught Bucceoded in getting a pretty fair picturo Yow11'b hotel, which wsb enjoyed by a aa tho accompanying cut shows. At number of homo couplps, only a few vistheir families to this city. Thoy havo from n defective fluo. All who havo friends buried in tho least we are sure his friends will readily itors being present. The Danville orleft Egypt and nro now in Israel. Mrs. Susan Nowcomb nnd her pretty cometery hero Should aid tho ladies, who recognize him. It wilt be observed that chestra furnished the music for the ocdaughter, Miss Julia, who havo been vis- are interested In improving its appear- ho wears a hi:iMnl rnd cadaverous ap- casion. Terpsichore was extremely propearance. This is the result of the se- pitious until about 2:30. iting W. II. Sailor's family, havo return- ance. Government olllcers wero hero from vere strain he is undergoing in try.ng to ed to their in Brodhead. Evorett Heriv, Mrs. E. O. Walton was with her siswas hero Washington this week investigating al- do the Atlas trick, of carrying the world ters, tho Misses Cook, a fow days. Circhief of police, Richmond, leged pensions frauds. Startling devel- on his narrow shoulders. It is a prttv cuit Clerk J. P. Bailey has been among Thursdy. heavy undertaking and another proof of us u few days W. D. Weatherford baa has been reported that thero is a opments are oxpectod. It Metsrs. White A Kroegor aro quar- the Hphorism, that fools rush In where gone to Richmond. Miss Minnio Drye, case of scarlet fever hero, nnd for several days, thero has been considerate fright rying rock for tho foundation of two nngels fear to trend. Don't understand of Bradfordsville, is visiting relatives now brick buildings. If anyone doubts us, however, to chargo that our hero is a here. Messrs. Willis Shreves and Henand unnecessary talk about it. It is Is Showing a wonderful gain over last year. We want it to conreport is not true, that ML Vernon has a future, let him fool. He Is "not by no hiwiiih," on the ry Gartin, two of Bradfordsville's handhowever, that the and the peoplo aro going back quietly to como hero and soe tho enterprise exhibi- contrary, he is an exceedingly wise man somest young men, attended the wed- tinue to grow and are making every effort to push business. Our In his own conceit. He thinks ho can ding Tuesday. Mr. ,W111 Hawkins and ted and ho will doubt no longer. business. Lincoln county trade is greatly increased. We value it very highly dupe the peoplo of this democratic coun hiB ofllco Mr. Will Cocks and Miss Lula WhiteJudge Darnett has moved his Miss Sallie, wero here will do all we can to hold We offer below some reasons why to a room on Judgo Shelton's premises head wore united in marriage at Jellico, ty to elect him judge, but he is gnawing for a few days. Miss Fannie Harper and out justice, by Tenn., Monday, Oct. Sth. May life's ft file. Ho tells the voters that ho is a left for Bowliog Green Tuesday, where you should come and see us. Some of these items we have menand is prepared to deal retail, his court not having wholesalo choicest blessing be scattered along tho lawyer, but thero is some question about fiho will attend the Normal School. tioned before, but they will bear repeating. jurisdiction, as another police judge, in pathway of this excollont young couple. that. At least his merits, in that line if Mr.Wray Wharton, of Mitchellsburg Tho S. E. Kentucky Medical Society ho has any, have never been recognized to arrived Tuesday and ho and Miss Jennie the country, from whose decision theio caeo, had a successful meeting hero last Frt-d- any considerable extent, or the court re- Reid accompanied Mr. Lud EvauB and is no appeal; it being final in every Tho visiting physicians were met at cords would show it. Miss Lizzie Drye to Louisville Wednesfrom tho lowest misdemeanor to murder. We have about 30 new styles fancy silks for shirt waists. SpeThere Ib no mistaking the fact that day, where they wero married at the trains by committee of local M. Ds. and The old theory, by which the newould-bcounty judge is n man of home of Itev. Spencer, pastor of tho cial values at 75c, S5C, and(Si yard. Black silks tare greatly in degroes were deluded and led to bollevo escorted to place of entertainment. A the allegiance to tho banquet was given at tho Joplin House parts. In other words, he ia little but Central Christian church. They will go mand. In gros grain silk we offer specials at $7SC $l an $1.50 a that they owed eternal ha is loud. He carries the entire repub- on a bridal tour to Mammoth Cave. Mr. ' republican party, because of their free- that evening. Mr. It. G. Williams deyard. "Pean De Soie" silks at $1 and $1.35. "Satin De Fleur" lican party of Lincoln county in his in- Evans is a popular drummer with B. M. dom, is fast being exploded by the more livered an address in his most graceful and Si. 25. Fine side pocket, don't you know, and when Creel, of Louisville, and Miss Lizzie Ib silks at $1.35 and $2. Satins all silk at 75c, nnd impressive style. learned and Intelligence of that race Mrs. James Marot, who has been ill no opens his mouth it straightway obeys. ono of tho West End's boaBted beauties. fancy brocade silks at 90c. freeThat tho deinocrata gave thorn their for some time, still remains in a critical He commanded that he be nominated The wedding party was entertained at dom, at the point of tho bayonet, is a condition. Wo trust that this estimable nnd lo it was done. In fact whenever Mr. Sam Reid's Tuesday evening, where fact which no honest historian will delady will soon be restored to health. Mr. he Bays to a willing henchman "Go," they received many congratulations and ny. The puny arm of Mr. Lincoln Boge Brown and family moved to Gar- he goeth, and to another "do this," he some beautiful presents. could not have enforced tho proclamrard county, after a short sojourn in our "dooso" it pretty quick already. And The best black in ths world. We carry the largest stock of HosThe wedding of Mr. D. S. Skinner ation of 1802. It had to be enforced at midst. We regret to lose such good citi that makes us say what we do say, that and Miss Mary Dodd Tuesday morning iery in Central Kentucky and can supply you with any size or qualithe point of tho bayonet in tho hands of zens. .Mr. .Mrs. J. Stephens moved the republican candidate for county judge was a lovely n flair. Only relatives and the Federal forces, who gladly fought till Wednesday and . to their farm near Berea, Mr. Ib tho greatest man of his kind that oyer particular friends were present. The ty. tho close of tho war. Ihero were many Put Welsh now occupies their residence wore shoe leather. parlors were tastefully and delicately 15 c. Boys' heavy Derby ribbed hose, full regular. more democrats than republicans in that Look at that face with its intellectualis decorated with llowers and everything army and not ono of them would en- here. 25c. Boys heavy bicycle hose 6 to a inch. Mrs. Mary Bogirs, of Madison, visi- ty and t t tended to make it enjoyable. The rride if ho could. They slave a negro expression stamped on every was dressed in a brown cloth tailor 20c to 50f. Four different lines children's "Peerless" black hose, ? to, Ql4 W. J. Sparks this week. Mrs, ted Mrs. aro all In favor of elevating him in point lineament. It is study. It is n revela- mado suit, with a bouquet of white carinches. ;: ' is also truo that tho J. S. Iteppert spent last week with relaof education. It tives here. Mrs. Cleo Brown has return- tion. The more you soe it, tho more nations, and being a beautiful'and ele 25 c. Ladies' 40 gauge Peerless hose, double sole. grealqr part of employment or help, of 'A ed from tho city. Mrs. S. L. Whiteluad you don't want to see it. But enough. gant lady, looked handsome indeed. The M 4 any kind, received by them comes from Ladies' extra fine Peerless hose, regular 50c quality. and family havo returned to Virginia, af The subject beggars description aud we bridesmaids, Misses Julia Stagg and Jendemocrats. Let them bo taught that tho Ladies' extra heavy Peerless hose for Winter. mid others ter a visit to relatives. Mr. J. W. Nes- - will take u rest, promising "more anon" nie Roid, were beautifully dressed, and 40c. hosts of McOlellan, Hancock as tho days iro by. '.he attendants, Messrs. J. H. Hocker 2$c. Ladies' all $uvol ribbed hose, extra quality. are still their friends and they are free to hilt has returned from a trip to New York. Dr. Eugene Brown Is building a and J. U. Ruid, looked well enough for 25 c. Ladies' Peerless fleeced hose. as they choose. vote MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. new residence. Tho Aid Society will meet any bridegroom. Bro. Milliken officiaHUBBLE. with Miss Mattio Williams next Satur J. M. Durham and wife are In Louis ted and the ceremony was said by those day. Mrs. Brooks and Mrs. Carson are ville this week buying goods. present to be the most beautiful they Bro. Arnold will flit bis pulpit here up from Crab Orchard. Iter. H. M. Shouso, who is now a over heard. Miss Dollie Williams playnext Sunday. F01 ladies', children and men. We call attention to five special student of Georgetown College, filled his ed Mendelssohn's wedding march and Ed Minor bos gone to Versallee to BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. leaders, as follows: appointment at tho Baptist church Sun- while the ceremony was being performbuild a warehouse. day. ed she played "Promise Me" very sweetBro. Pike preached at tho Baptist A basket meeting In connection with Ladies' fine ribbed cotton vests and pants, as pretty as usually . There was a party at Mr. D. G. Elly. The graceful elegance of the brido 25c. county nieetlna at Hush Branch Sat- church last Saturday and Sunday. the liott's Saturday night, which was well and bridesmaids Bet sold at 50c. the affair of! most Tho democratic convention that met attended and highly enjoyed by the urday. charmingly. Many beautiful presents 33 jC Ladies' natural colored cotton vests, reduced from 50c. folks Saturday nominated Daniol Owens as a A good numbor of our young young poople. were presentod. We wish them a long 83c. Men's all wool vests and pants, zvorth $1.0. attended the hop at Hustonvlllo Friday candidate for justice of pe&ce and Oscar The debate which began at the Chris and prosperous life and a life long conreport a good Umo. Reynolds for constable. night and . to Si. Children's pure natural, wool vests and pants that will not tian church Monday between Revs. jugal felicity. Let the good work go on 65c Messrs. John T. Smith and J. It. of the M. E. church, and MontgomGentry Bros, sold pome 1,000 pound shrink. steers at 3lc. Woods & Lynn sold soino Hawkins, two gentleman from Knox- - ery, of the Christian church, Is said to A naughty exchange says there is ville, Tenn., who aro selling a steam and bo progressing finely. 1,000 cattle to Eubanks Bros, at 3Jc. scarcely anything a woman, cannot do There are those here who believe with a hairpin. Sho uses it to pick her from vacuum washer nnd a new patent paint, Prof. J. E. Robinson was up boen stopping a few days with us. that Col. Silas Adams had as much to do The decided run of the season. No city house can equal our Mackvillo Sunday to seo his poople. Mrs. havo teeth, button Bhoes, clean finger nails, and little daughter aro They sold about 25 counties to J. II. Al- with White's injunction as White him- punch bed bugs out of cracks, fasten up prices. We show you all the leading'Furs in 25, J. A. Hammonds 27 and 30' inch at self. He was as much opposed to the stray bangs, clean out her husband's visiting relatives In Casey and Pulaski. bright. to S75 each. Be sure toourline. Thero will be a box supper at tho holding of a primary us White. Besides pipe, scratch Mrs. Jack Yeaky is thought to bo her head, pick her toe- $6.50 Is diguing a Albright Hall, Thursday night, the 25tbv it is strange indeed that White would nails, run it into cakes to see if they are slowly. S. Dunbar youc-peoplo are invited lo forbid the holding of the election when done, and about a million other things cistern at his barn. Mr. It. L. While and all the a new niece at Mr. Fred attend, and old ones too as tho supper is he was not subject to its actiou. The tint we poor deluded men know nothtolls us ho has Bishop's. Jacob Barker.: of Danville, for the benefit of tho church. Wo hopo colonel is not altogether free from politi ing about. New "Golf" and "English" Capes in black and colors at $5.00 gets Mrs. O. It. Harris' contract for Im- all will feel and take au interest in tho cal chicanery and who knows but ho saw A Chicago paper says there are in 12.00, 1 5.00 and 20.00. Jackets and coats, all styles,' Mrs. Hunter supper. that his cake was dough, and joined Chicago at least 5,000 places in the man- 7.50, 10.00, proving her dwelling. Infants' and children's cloaks in great variety. Mr. J. G. Frith has received his as- Johnny D. to avoid defeat ut the hands ufacturing district where workingmen $3.50 to 25.00. Uouso has been on the sick list for a few signment at Jarnett'a distillery. Mrs. P. of tho Yellow Creek man? are in the habit of going for liquor. Theso days. Bright Swlnobroad has entered Heron has been quite ill for a few weeks, George Jeter and James Spears, who saloons aro purposely placed near the tho law school at Danville, after having is graduating at Centre College a few but convalescent at this writing. Mies wero appointed a committee to canvass factories, so as to more easily absorb the Fannio Nichols and Bister, of Lduiavllle, this precinct and ascertain the will of men's wages. If each one of these saloons months back. Our stock is full of bargains. New styles and fine quaities at a have been spending a few days with their the democracy as to who should run for took in $10 a day the sum would amount low price, that is genuine bargains. Every price from 25c to $3 . per justice of peace, completed their work to $50,000 a dayror $300,000 for a week Danville. Mrs. Mary,Green, widow brother, W. S. Nichols, of our town. Mrs. Mattio Carter wont to Mt. Ver- on the 0th lust. And tho result was that yard for all wool Dress Goods. at her homo in of William Green, died of six days. Perryville. of BrightB disoase, age 72.-- J.S. non and spent Saturday niuht with ber J. A. Wall was chosen by a good majori Congressman Wilson says of tho last Owsley, Jr. tho Commonwealth's father, Mr. Lewis. Capt. A. II. Evans, ty over, W. P. Keeney. The race will session of Congress; The record of ConAttorney, appeared before the court of tho Master of Brodhead Lodge, No. 550, now be between Wall and Itubo Staton, gress, bungling aud slow as it was, utter claims and asked for an allowance of $125 went to LouiBvillo this week to attend who is the republican candidate. Tho ly inexcusable, as n part of it was, is a FinWe offer oil red and black Flannelettes at worth tho Grand Lodge. Mr. W. II. Baker, of district is very close nnd thero is begin- record of more douo for the American per year as a supplement to his salary est quality 36 inch Penangine, light and dark indigo blue, at i24c. from tho State. Ho showed that Woodstock Lodge, also" wont onthesamo ning to be much interest manifested in psople, for tho plain people of this counReal Dutch Blue Calicos at 10c. Vicugna Cloth for wrappers at ioc. was far from delng sufficient train. Miss Alice Reynolds has gone to race. It is reported that at least 25 re- try, tho salary than bv any other Congress in the pay for tho work done. Ho asked for Missouri to spend a few months, will vote for Wall, though ho history of this people. publicans to d Messrs. Hughes and Aldrldgo, of will loso a few democrats. So it is hard tho allowance only upon condition that It is not generally known that it 'S county, are visiting tho Woodvard to tell what the result will be. every county in tho district made a simunlawful to trade a revolver, but it is ilar allowance. It was voted upon theso and Cherry families. A. W. McMurry People who aro interested in "tho nevertheless. The Grayson Gazette cites & Whitley bought has been spending this week In our condltions.-Far- ris We are selling more sterling ware than any house in Centra Ky. an instanco where Jake Nuget of that neighborhood, but bo will goTfo Kirks-vill- poor man's breakfast tabla" will he about 100 feeding cattlo at 2 to 3c place was recently given the lowest fine Why ? Because we sell it as close as we sell Dry Goods, If you fo note that sugar took anothir i next Saturday. It. S. Martin is dvocate. is $50, for trading a revolver for want silver Spoons, Forks, Knives, or any other fancy pieces, call on . drop of a sixteenth of n cent a pound which spending this week at Junction an old brass watch. us or write us and save money. We handle only "Gorham," "Whit- A Damascus Bword is made of altornnte D. It. Patton has roturnod from an yesterday and roastod coflee fell half a Two weeks from Tuesday the Amer lavorsof Iron nnd Hteol, temperod so extended trip to the mountains. Mr. A. cent a pound. Breakfast bacon is still up, ing" and "Reed & Barton's" Silver. nicely that tho point can be bent back E. Prathorer, of Covington, is visiting but farmers aro not .complaining about ican people will say at the polls whether they are in favor of taxing the masses that. Indianapolis Sentinel. n ia hilt, the edco Is bo keen that it bis brother. Little Lidu Crum, of Boyle county, for the enrichiug of tho classes, or of will penetrate a coat of mail, and of bo Wahpo-touse I During a recent conference at fell from an apple tree onto a picket equal justice to all, with special privilegfine a nolsh that tho Moslem can arrange hiB turbant Minn., several of tho ministers were fence and was fatally hurt, ono of the es to none. looking-glas- s If you want stylish, durable, comfortable Shoes, be sure to try to aa a The first session of the 50th Congress " Wright, visiting tho Red River Valley Unlvorsity pickets ontered the stomach. . Peters & Co.'s" We carry a full line in B., C, D. and E. woman wears a at that place, and wero taking in the St. Joseph Infirmary at Houston, was the longest ever held. It lasted 321 widths at S3, A 3.50 and 4.00 a pair. days. Speaker Carlisle presided. Bboe whose number is half that of ber Latin class. One of them chanced to pick Texas, burned, cremating two sisters of glove; for Instance, ber glove Is No. 01 up a copy of Casar belonging to a cer- charity and severely burning a number Wisconsin Central Lines. tain very popular young lady student, of others. her Bhoe should be No. 3. Through line from Chicago to St. Paul and found the following poem on a fly Mrs. J. E. B. Stuart, widow of the fai and Minneapolis.making close connection mous Confederate raider, is now the (no transfer) with lines running to all leaf of the book: It May Do as Much for You he writes BoylbuB kissibus principal of a girl's school in Missouri. points in Minnesota, North and South Mr. FreJ Miller ot Irvine. III.for manythat years, had a Seveic Kidney trouble and alio that hii Sweet girlorum; A man in Topeka, Kan.,is a memsevere pain, n fill .back with Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, CaliGirlibus likibus. affected, He tried many to called u secret societies. ber of forty-on- e any good result. About Wanti somorum. fornia, and Pacific Coast points. Tho KldueX cures but without VU.ibIa ......... .ml . uiw Ditf... .. uu u a tin he began Electric Bitter. u especially Porter (to to a distin- direct line to all points in Eastern, MidThe Sleeping-ca- r r.'.nd re lefat once, A Quarter Contury Test. troubes adapted to euro of all Kidney and LiverOne trial u mus excuse me dle, Northern and Western Wisconsin, guished statesman)-YoFor a quarter ot a century Dr. King'. New wd often give, almo.t tn.tant .relief. 50c. for ha been tc.ted and the million, who have wUlprovo our .tatemont. Pr.ce only up at 2o'clock in de mo'-nl- Ashland, Duluth and all Lake Superior fob callin' you Penny"! Drug We. received benefit from Ita u.e te.tity to It. wonderMge boiilci. At A. R. Mistau McKlnley, but we've stop- points. Double Dailyithrough train serful curative powers in all dlsoae of the Ttiroit, Lung.. A remedy that ha. stood thi ped at Grass Valley Junction and dere's Che.t arid For full vice with first class equipment. rather trust that medicine than auy test .0 long- and that has given so universal two night switchmen wants you to como particulars address any Ticket Agent in H.,)nriknoof."Myi Mri. Hattle Ma n of is 110 experiment. Each bottle is positiveId speaking o! Chiater-ln- ". ly guaranteed to give relief or the money will he on de back piatfo'm and tell 'em how it ion Ct Remedy. refunded. It is admitted to be the most reliable is de fo'eignor pays da tax, Chicago the United States or J. O. Pond, General Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea free at ale by Dr. S. O. for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottlesandjx. A. II. Record. Passenger Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. c and 50 cent bottlea for Penny's drug store. Largesize joe y, i, Danville, Kentucky. OUR OCTOBER BUSINESS it eet-tie- d, sister-in-la- a. SILKS. 1? o T "PEERLESS" HOSIERY. 1 to-da- y - 3Sic' UNDERWEAR Gri-do- r, PUR CAPES. CLOTH WRAPS. DRESS GOODS. WASH GOODS. ed 8c, I2jc. Gnr-rar- SOLID SILVERWARE. dh-gust- ed u City-Mr- n, PINE SHOES, 1.1-- . 1 -- Dlt-cove- ry u', - satii-tactl- Danville, ff Kentucky. Hocker, drujglit, Stanford. Ml W&HQHBGBNBntBjMt&tQQNBREBBibJ i'mmimm "jwtwur"!' if ,)mrirm&.-7- ' f 'rfri - rrJV, - wj V - T Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 8taktobd Kt I- I'' I I u (,' I 5,1 ,11 Sara Pitta, a young farmer living Nicholas county, four darkies got away noar Paducub, while standing in front of with 10 watermelons. The melons gave a tiro was attacked witli a lit. He fell in out, or 19 more In rill probability would -- THEthe fire and was burned to death before have gone thowayof tho others. assistance arrived. Tho Jaw that onco compelled farWillis Griffey, who assaulted Miss mers to post their premises by painted Lena Berry, with criminal Intent, In sign or by notice in n paper, has been Christian county and was taken to repealed. Now tho hunter has to apk the Princeton for keeping, waa hung by a farmer's consent or bo treated as a tresmob Sunday night. passer. A Washington dispatch quotes a The lowest price paid for lines in member of the Cabinet as authority for Chicago sinco a record has been kept was tho assertion that President Cleveland in December, 1S78, when they went The Voice, the National prohibition will support and vote for Senator Hill down to $2 25 per 100 pounds, and that . The Business Bargains for Buyers. democratic convention nt organ, published at New York, is array for Govenor of New York. tho highest wan in December, 1S04, when nominated Hon. Geo. E. Stone, ing the temperance people againBt Mr. E Timely trade talk from Stanford's Biggest Business and Beit E Berry was mortally tho price reachod $13. Buchanan of Casey, for Congress in the 11th dis- Morton, the republican candidate for county, by S Retail Store. In prompt response to the welcome Business S W. E. McAfee' Hustlor Russell, trict. All the counties were represent- governor of New York, by charging that wounded at Turner, Henry T Revival which has ushered in fall trade, wc lake pleasure in of- T ed jmd great interest ws manifested. much ot the money he is so lavishly dis- C. B. James as tho result of an argu 2:121, by Lord Russoll, won the free-fThe candidates were Gov. Hindman, tributing among the voters was gotten by ment growing out of the recent cam- all pnee and trnt nt Richmond, Vo , A fering to the people a special item or two as merely suggesA in straight heata. Best tin o Gilbert 0. Garrard, John D. Black and tho sale of liquor ot his hotel In Wash- paign in tho Ashland district. 13 tive of the magnificent and unlimited stock of Merchandise B Gov. Brown says that only his death 2:1SJ He will attempt to break the S. 0. Hardin. After the loth ballot the ington, the fashionable Shoreham. The weakest man was dropped. Hindman world says the charges nre true, and can prevent him entering tho race for tracic record of 2:11 J before he is eint L which wc place ot their disposal. Never before were prices L I so low. Never were values so great. Never before were we was the first to go out and Hardin next. adds Btill another even worst than the Senator. Only tbe death of his oppo home. I Hindman was then re nominated and first. It is that of deception and extor- nents can give him any show for the S so well equipped to outstrip all competition as now. All wool CHURCH AFFAIRS. Commonwealth. S alter an adjournment, the result was tion. New England rot gut, . is sold Sonatorship.-CovingtM Dress Goods, 25c. Good double width Dress Goods, locts. H Exports of merchandise fromt ho Rev. J. W. Loving has resigned at soon obtained, the nomination being as Kentucky whisky, at 20c a drink. E ComIorts.oc, 75c, Si, .i.25, up;toi$3. Canton Flannel; United States during September, 1894, Orient, to accept tho church at Burke-villmade on the 21st ballot with Stone 04 5, E Blakkly celebrated bis return to the were $59,038,803, against $72,020,793 for Va. He is from Fluvanna, that D 6c, ?ylc, and Black 46 votes. Black and Garrard to Ladies Yarn Hose, 15c, worth dou-th- c D made short speeches pledging their sup- tripod of the Covington Commonwealth September, 1893. Imports for the month State, arid is a young man of great prom-i- s money. Ladies' ribbed vests 20c, worth 35c. .Red Flan3. port to the nominee, and the convention by printing an edition in red and these were $50,5S9,510 for 1S9 1 and $40,300,012 S nel 15c per yard. 100 pr. heavy weight Ca5simcrc Pants at S adjourned amid much enthusiasm. The are to remind him bat his office will run for 1893. Tho Loxington Transcript pays tho I $1. Men's and Boys caps ioc, 15c and up to Si. In a quarrel among school boys at meeting of Bro. Barnes in that city, now nomination is an excellent one. Mr. knee deep in "red gore," if he publishes 25. Boys' I Stone is in the prime of vigorous mental any rnoro paragraphs like the one about Brighton, W. Va., Willis Gardner, 15, in progress, will continue ton days and X knee pants 25, 35 up to Si. 50. X attainments and is a most eloquent and Col. Craddock and us. Yerbnm sat Bap. was shot to death, his little brother, aged will likely be the last the good evangeleight, fatally stabbed, and tho teacher, ist will hold there. attractive speaker. Though repeatedly Y Look at our line of Cloaks- , , Y Turku lynchings in one week is pretty Morris Pickering, was fearfrlly cut while m The Illinois Conference of Free E Men's Overcoats importuned by friends to stand for office S2 and 3 up to Si 5. bad even for Kentucky, but bo long as trying to preserve order. E Methodists, by a voto of 10 preachers his retiringdlspositionand modesty havo A dead body of a man was found on and 21 laymen affirmative, and 17 preach- A Men's suits S3, $4 and up to S20 heretofore kept him from seeking polit-c- the laws are so lax we may extvect tho A preferment. He waa born in Rus- peoplo to take the place of the courts in the pavement in Dayton, O., with a note ers and 10 laymen negative, total 31 to R Mcn's Alpine Hats, black, brown and light, 75c worth Si'So R pinnod on the lapel of his coat, paying: 27, decided to ordain women as preach- S A full line of Boots sell county about 46 years ago, and is the the administration of justice. and Shoes. S "Telegraph Samuel Westerfleld at Green, ers. son of Bonaparte Stone, who was a gal NEWSY NOTES. ville, Off that Charles Vance, of Popular In Almeda, Cal., a bnrglar attemptlant Confederate soldier. Deprived of a Bicylienne is tho name given female Ridge, O., shot and killed himself." ed to rob tho house of tho Rev. F. E. father's care at the time he most needed The revival of busineea throughout Wolf, formerly an Alaskan missionary, it, George bad to strike for himself. He wheel riders. Gov. McKinloy will speak in New Indiana lias put a damper upon tho ex- He was discovered and nearly killed by secured a fair education and with his travagant claims of the RepudllcanB. Mr. Wolf and his aged wife with a brother, Hon. J. Boyle Stone, studied Orleans next Saturday. days factories hatchet. Postal Cards have been in use in tho Within the past forty-fiv- e law. Obtaining license to practice, they United States since 1873. employing 23000 hands have resumed Kentucky University, of Lexinuton, formed a partnership, and their firm is than has raised by cash subscription $20,000 The total appropriations of the 53d operations, with heavier now widely known and much sought afever before. for the erection of a new building for the ter by litigants. Mr. Stons'a mother was Congrees are $492,230,0S5. Levi P. Morton employs 42 servants The New York Sii't can draw on Bible College. The plans of the building a daughter of Hon. Bryant Y. Owsley, a A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor that Republican convention at Somerset havo already been decidad upon and near relative of Gov. Owsley, and a man about bis Rhineclifl home. T. D. RANEY. Manager. There are 3,000 ptudenta at the Uni- for additions to its list of politicians with the structure is to be a very handsome of high attainments. He served n term queer names. A. U. Gatberd, of Owsley one. or two in Congrees back in the 40a and versity of Michigan this year, ', Branch Stores. The ladies of tho Vanderbilt family county, was the presiding officer, and Mrs. Margaret Anderaon Watts, the was otherwise honored by an admiring were Col. Finnicum newly elected president of the W. C. T. Paris, have $500,000 worth of laces. among the orators constituency. In speakC-i- of Mr. Stone, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana Times U, of Kentucky, is a The divine Patti is 51, having been and Capt. Cunditf, of Pulaski. of Col.T. P. HillBaid: "He is, everything ' Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. ' . Miss Rose Mosentheim,of be. Louis, Gov. Owsley and thereforo a relative cf considered, the noblest man I know and born at Madrid, Spain, 15 1843. The total production of gold this and Miss Tillie Ashley, of Hartford, tho Owsleys of this section. Sho is said a most deserving one. reliayear is estimated at 1178,000,000. Conn., engaged in a sculling match at to be a finely educated and highly accomble, honorable, industrious, sober, pure The New Albany, Ind., poetofflce St, Louis for the femalo championship of plished woman. in habits and as modest as a woman, Miss Jessie Ackerman, an "aroundwith the courage of a lion when necessa- was robbed of $5,000 in postage stamps. America and tho delectation of a curious Fifteen fishermen lost their lives near crowd of men. The St. Louis woman won missionary of tho Woman's ry. He is a born lawyer of high ability Apalachicola, Fla , in the hurricane last all tue honoro to be bad from the event. Christian Temperanco Union, arrived in and will be an ornament to Congress." week. The trial of Charles Hardin, Charl Chicago, after a trip of 160,000 If the present row in the republican Three of tbe Virginia train robbers ton EIrod, the Louisville photographer, which, she claims, ia tho longest mllfv. journey camp continues, Mr. Stone is certain to were caught in Maryland with some of Charles Taylor and James Morris, charg- over made by a woman. She has been be the next Congressman from the 11th the money on their person. ed with the embezzlement of $35,000 abroad for seven years, and her work and be will at once take rank with the In 1826 the first barrel of coal oil from tho Adama Express Company, carried her through China, Japan, has New be8tmenin the body. The democrats was commercially used. In 1883 about which bad been in progress for 2J weekB Zealand, Australia, India, South Africa, of that district have a glorious possibili-- 39,000,000 barrels were used. in tho Criminal court, Nashville, ended .Madagascar, Java, Singapore and the sight and they will be on their mettle Chris Seidl killed himself in Louis- Wednesday Worth S3.50 to close at $1. 50. 55?vPai-.- i Islands. in a vtrdict of "not guilty." from the start. Let them go in to win ville because he could not fiod continue to offer during the week 550 pairs fine custom- work. In a negro A mob attempted to take and victory will be theirs. his pocket was found about J500. ,.a.,u lunicu oiiocs, outton or lace, at one-hal- f convicted and sentenced to 204years for piicc. Styles Prof. Helmoltz says tho aun will be Co of toes Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Roupd, Common Sense, Hon. W. C. Owens made the Roaring rane. from the iail at Washington C. II. cold and dead in seventeen million years. Narrow; Square A, B, C, D and E. lasts. These goods arc O , and the militia, which was guarding Bull of Bashan take water at Paris Mon worth Vi e will see when the time comes. OKrSTANFORIVKY., anywhere S3 and S3. So per pair. Our price to close out Si day, in Mis usually irresponsible- way him, opened fire. Three innocent per ( now fully organiicd and 50 ready lor business wltl Distillers resolved at n meeting in Mr. Denny had charged that Mr. Owens' sons were killed and a dozen or to Louisville not to make over 15,000,000 nomination had been procured by fraud, of dynamiting caus- Paid up Capital of - - $200,000 gallons of whisky in Kentucky this year. wounded. Threats when the Scott county man retorted: "1 governor to Bend a large number Surplus, . ed the 21OOO Tho Roman catacombs are 5S0 miles paid no attention to such charges made aiyic Jau 1 lats at Une I lair their value. One lot mens' hats of additional troops to theecene. SUCCESSOR to TICK LINCOLN NATIONAL in extent, and it is estimated that from worth S2.50, slightly damaged, our price to close, by democrats in the heart of disappointBANK OK STANFORD, The Masons in session at Louisville Soc. Mens' soft Now closing up) with the saint, assets and undsi and stifT, all ment, but when Denny in cold blood 0,000,000 to 15,000,000 dead are there shades and shapes, regular S3 and S4 hat grades, your elected II. U. Holeman, of Madisonville, tne tame management. Jy sticks his nose into our family tliit and Bowling fully provisions of in chatter, depositors arc ai choice at 31.SO. Mens crushers, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double. protected a ate depositor In National Oynthiana has. accepted an electric Grand Master, F. G. Gerard, charges either directly or indirectly that Deputy Grand Master; R. F. llanki, its shareholders being held individual! ut.iin.uiUsi wk win uu wiin you out a snort while now. Green. of the amount the stocs my nomination was obtaiued by fraud or light contract for 25 arc lights of 2,000 Peak, Bedford, Grand Senior Warden; liaole to at theextentvalue thereof, in of their to th therein par addition candle power, to burn until one o'clock snares, it imauui is tainted with fraud, then I say to him aetai Judge R. II. Thompson, Louisville, executor,mcnca in sucn trustvc, Ac,mayfully ai administrator, as that the charge is a deliberate falsehood at $85 per light. Grand Junior Warden. In the Grand an individual. McCoy, of Greenup, is a canwho entrusted their hultim... A. P. To those and infamous slander. I tn at that this Chapter the following officers were elect- while mnaglng the Lincoln National lianaa 01 may either make a clear issue between didate for Register of the Land Office, ed and installed: James D. Lewis, Bow- Stanford, we we here tcedcrour many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their buiineai us on that subject or eliminate that ques subject to tho action of the Democratic ling Green, Grand High Priest; John G, with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience it convention in 1895. tion from the canvass altogether." The Orndorff. Rufisellville, Deputy Grand blinking and as liberal accommodations as are cos A large portion of the business part bull bellowed at this direct charge of lyHigh Priest; Henry Ranshow, Coving- s.stent with sound banking. qihzctoxs: good pains not to say of Sulphur was destroyed by fire, includ- ton, Grand King; James W. Hopper, ing, but he took Williams, My stock of anything that there was anything in. ing the Louisville A Nnshviille depot. Louisville, Grand Scribe; Frank II. JJ.. II. Shanks,Mt. Vernon; Stanford; The republicans are claiming that Denny Its origin is unknown. Louisvillo, Grand Treasurer. J. S. Owsley, Stanford Tho body of Mies Jane Tyson, bur Johnson, is making big inroads into the democratS J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ic ranks, but all the same Owens will be ied at Laurel, Md., 16 years ago, upon removal Monday was discovered to have J. F.Casb, Stanford, elected by from 6,000 to 0,000 majority. William Gooch, Stanford; Eocene Kelly sold to R Williams a turned to white marble. A. W.'.Cirpenter, MllledgeviUe, K A special train carrying 200 high lot of corn delivered at $2. At the last Congressional election W. H. Cummins, Preachersvil! 141,000,000 bushels or S. Russia has Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see mc. H. Shanks, President, there were 28,729 votes cast in the 11th class trotting horses left Lexington this w'eek for Dallas, Texas, where they will wheat for export this year. Dr. J."B. Owsley, Cashier, district, divided as follows: Col. Silas ' F. K. Tribble sold to Montie Fox a W.M.IIrlgbt, Teller. Adams 17.0S7; Gov. Hindman 10,483 and be sold at public auction. bunch of 300 pound hogs at 4 GO. When pins were invented it took a the populist 1,259. On the same vote Kidd, of Winchester, bought In Old this time, with three or even two repub- man a day to make two dozen. The ma NATIONAL BANK chines now used in their manufacture ham 107 export cattle at 4 to 4 07. licans on the track, it will be Been that Wc are receiving a full line of and Alix meet in a match Directum Or STANFORD, KY. the democratic nominee can easily win.1 turn oat 200 a minute each. m t race at Mystic Park, Boston, Saturday. A New York paper claim? that turfThe probability, too, is that the demo Stock- John Murphy sold to various parties will be largely increased. In men are raising a fund of a $1,000,000 to cratic vote cattle at $25. a lot ot Surplus 1892 there was nothing to stimulate the defeat the amendment to tbe State ConFrank Holtzclaw bought of John Attention of the public is invited to the !fc stitution prohibiting democrats in a hopeless struggle. This that this Is the only National Bank in Stanford John B. Gaines, of Bowling Green, Simpson, of Garrard, a Under the provisions of the National Bank Act year the prize Is in sight and they will mule for $100. acposiiort are secured not only by the capital use every endeavor to getit. The bloody announces that the Daily and Weekly stock, but by the stockholders' liability for tn Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. At Ool. T. W. Bottom's horse sale at amount equal to tbe stock, so that depositors ol Times, as a interest, is for Bale. 11th can and must be redeemed. Lebanon, G2 common horses were Bold at this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Tho is all be can attend to. Five iworn statements of the condition of the bank are mad each yearto the United States governReturns from the Democratic pri an average of $55.55. The O. H. A D. syndicate practically examined at stated times At a sale of Berkshire hogs at Mar ment and its assets are thus securing addititooa secured control of the Queen & Crescent maries in tbe 6th district indicated the by government agents, Mo 57 head averaged $21.50.' The ou pcriccs aaicty 10 depositors. at ihe election of directors Monday. The renomination of Congressman Berry on shall, mis institution, originally established as the Can sell them at prices never brfore known. Tbomaa-Eric- e We makeall of our Deposit Hank of Stanford in 183I, then crowd was turned com- tbe first ballot in the convention at Wal- highest prico was $75. lied of Stanford in Mr. John Blain's jennet dropped a azain the National Bank First Nationit 1&5 and own J pipe and can fit any stove. pletely down, only two of the old board ton. the It.nV .1 in i88, Tbe street-ca- r barn at Georgetown fine jack colt, Tuesday night, which was SUnlordexistence has had practically an uninterbeing elected and thoy were on both rupted of years. It Is better supplied morning. now with tacllities tor transacting business prompt tickets. Mr. Eugene Zimmerman is ono was destroyed by fire. A car and several found dead next . and The $5,000 Melrose Stakes at Nash- ly and liberally than ever before in its long Ado of the new directors, who will take com- wagons and a lot of feed stuff was also honorable career. Accounts of corporations claries, firms and Individuals respectfully plete control as soon as the road is out of burned. There was 500 insurance on the ville waa won yesterday by the Ally property. owned byJMaj. H. O. McDow The Directory of this Bank is composed ol the hands of the receiver. -PoreiUs Reid, Lincoln county; Hon.Win. Lindsay, Kentucky's Jun- ell, of Lexington. T. Harris, Lincoln; Mb. T. G. W atkinb, who has held the ior United States Senator, delivered a Constable J. H. Cunningham has S. O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; position longer and given better satisfac- superb campaign speech in. Music Hall, sued Edward Corrigan, the horseman, for J. W. Uayden, Stanford tion all around than any other man who before an ordience that was represent-tiv- o $500,000 damages for assaulting him and S.H. BaughmanJLincoln; l as city of the best people in Louiville. ever served tho J. S . Uocker. Stanford; causing him;to lose the use of one of his W. A. Tribble, Stanford; editor, baa been promoted to tho posiInsurance Commission Duncan has eyes. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; tion of commercial editor, while Edgar warned the poople of Kentucky against Good export steers are quoted in T. I'. Hill, Stanford. Is Receiving Hit Turpin, who became known to fame from 24 insurance companies which have no Cincinnati at 4.40 to 4.00 with a marked K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; the full reports he made of the noted license to do business in this Common- improvement in the trade, butcher catM. J. Miller, MuVerncsv FALL-:-AN-:- D President; campaigu in tho 7th4diatrict, will preside wealth. Most of them are of the "wild- tle 3) to 4 andfeeders at 2 to 3J. bogs JobnyMeRoberti.lCaa'hier; over the city department. cat" variety. 5 to 5.30, sheep 2 to 3. A. A. McKlnney, Assistant Cashier. Goods Warranted and a Col. Adams, who had been up to see Judge Saufley, came in about that W. P. WALTON. time and exhibited a copy of the order he had procured, enjoining the clerks DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES of the various counties from placing Mr. Colson's name under the engle on the K CONGRESS JAS. B 31'CItEAKY ballots and he was received with Brent For County Judge.-- .J AS. WALKER GIVENS enthusiasm. It is not known what eLTect ' this nomination will have on Colaon . G. 11. COOPER Clerk " Attorne- y... J. B. PAXTON but If both run the raco out, George Sheriff. ...T. D. NEWLAND Stone will be elected to Congress ns euro Assessor E. D. KENNEDY G. W DEIIORD as shot. Jailer Mid-dlesbo- Fire at Houston, Tex, caused a loss Tns Somerset convention, after do Wood A Lynn bought of 8. T. Har nonncisg the methods of the majority of of betweon $300,000 and $400,000. Two ria 55 sheep at lc and of Mid. the district committee and endorsing the Sisters of 8t. Joseph were burned to Lynn SS of Bamo for $35. They sold record of Col. Sitaa Adams in Congress, death and a third so badly burned sbo them in Cincinnati at 75c to $1.00 each. OcrcrBEn ) 9, 1894 can not live. unanimously nominated him for At a watermolon-eatin- n contest In 110-poun- d Louisville Store. ' 1 1 or Wed-nesda- y, on m e, Sc i2c t al LOUISVILLE : STORE, pay-rol- ls STANFORD, KY, grand-daught- er Self-mad- e, - tho-world- " Selling Out! Selling Out! JBMMEg 1 r n Ha-waii- Farmers Bank&Trnst ...u.u - 800 HATS. 800 d. gK FAL.IL GOODS Bo Fo oJ(0N1I1& ,& Wig, Furnishing H. Goods, Boots FIRST J.McROBERTS. Capital 9200,000 two-year-o- ld 21,300 pool-sellin- g. Stores, three-year-o- Hoards, Coal Hods, ld one-ha- lf post-offic- e Come in and See Them, - s W. H. WEAKEN & CO. H.46.RUPLEY,- fl. solic-te- d. Courier-Journa- ..' WINTER .;. GOODS. call. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me -- Vi a '.mtUtMltf&'irfot '" "" Semi-Week- ss-iia- . The marriage of Mr. William ll DO YOU NEED Evans and Miss Lizzie Williams " 8idk combs, hair plnfc at Danks', Dryo Pay your 1894 taxes at onco and save was in Louiaylllo Wednesday evening the consummation of long courtWk fit spectacles. Danke, tho Jew 0 per cont. J. N. Menefee, sheriff. " ship. Somo time before tho npublic kno-- r SrANFono, Kr., October. 19, 1B94 olor. .. Cheater. Call and examine a line of anything about It Mr. Evans found busHides. Highest market prico paid for guns cheaper than over before. A bar- iness at Ilbstonvillo other than that of Wc E. C. Walton, Business Manager them in caali by M. F. Elkin. Belling groceries, but his frequent visits gain for cash. W. B. McRoherts. to tho same house finally caused tho Wilkinson's now shop ta a daisy. Go MEAH8 IUSINE88. Brer Dbmauke suoma to have had good poople of that plnco to regard tho thero for a clean shnvo or a nlco hair FIT SCIENTIFICALLY. enough and unlike a hog ho knowd it. matter as something serious, nnd for tho cut. Boy your school books and school Ho didn't meet McCreary at Danville last year or so it has not been a question oi all klnila nt A. It, Penny's. Two cottageB on Whitley Avenuo for Will guarantee a Fit or no Pay. of would n marriago occur, but when No Charge for Examination. Watciiw, clocks and jowclry repaired rent at $0 each per month. Miller fc Monday. . and warranted. Engravim; a specialty, would tho marriage occur ? This quesOur time is limited. Wo must closo Helm. at A. K. Ponny's. our stock out nt once; goods and fixtures tion whb answered several months ago, of Drusa, Medicines, Tint laruet stock Meat cutters, butcher knives, sausage when the moro Intimate friends vero inPerfumory, Puints and Wall Paper at machines, coal hods, vases and fire sets to bo sold regardless of coat. B. F, formed. Theso friends told others and Pescriptlona a npecia- lA. K, Penny's. Jones it Son. at Farris A Hardin's. thus tho newB went. Louisville was A Boy. Mr. and Mra. Fred P. BiBhop, chosen as tho place for the marriage, New goods of all kludH and a big lot of of tho McKinnoy Section, are rejoicing PERSONAL POINTS. Zeigler ahors just received at S. H. over the arrival of their first born. It ia first because of the illness of tho bride's oldest brother nnd secondly because of Ho.v. J. S. Owsley, b'lL, went to LouisShanks'. Call and see. a bouncing boy. tho novelty of the thing, and Wednes- Has just what people want. Lowest prices, the latest styles and the ville yesterday. , Mi8B Lizlik DavIbon returned from Foil Rent. Residence occupied by B The Odd Fellows in tho United States day morning, accompanied by Miss JenLuniavllio yesterday. K. Weurou. Prico $15, monthly pay- 1893 paid out for the relief of distress, $3, nie Relil and Messrs. Wray Wharton' hapMian Jkanik Fblano returned from ments. Thoa. Richards, Junction City. " 313,000, which Mr. A. 0. Sine says is Juno II. Reid and W. S. Drye, the Louisville Wednesday. py pair left for that point. Tho ceremoWe will give one ticket on a 150 'Bow- equal to $9,070 73 every day, $374 20 ny over, Mr. and Mrs Evans, accompaM11. Mack Huffman went to LouIb- ing machine for every $2 CO spent with oyery hour, $0 30 every minute. nied by Miss Reid and Mr. Wharton, ... vllle yeeterday morning. 1, '1)5. W. H. Wearen A Wm. Chestkri'ielu, superintendent of left for Mammoth Cave and other points. ever brought to Stanford. DwiaitT Koot, Jh., is quite ill and his us until Jau. I will complete my new price list this Co. the Kings Mountain Canning Co., will After their bridal tour, Mr. Adams and week and OTHER HOUSES WILL BE NO MORE IN IT. parents fear that he has typhoid fever. Missbttii Wkay Is down with a fe- John Adams, of Rowland, tho young address tho citizens of McKinnoy on the brldo will come to Stanford and for the Come to headquarters. I have made the prices since my embark-men-t, man who waaao fearfully kicked by a subject of Tomato Culturo at 7 o'clock present make their home at tho Myora ver, not typhoid we aro iclad to report. and will continue to make my customers prices that will cerWalticii Saumdkm Is down from Liv- horse, is improving and the doctors think Saturday evening. An effort is being Houso. The bride is the only daughter mado to establish n canning factory of Mrs. PriBsio Drye and ia a moat lova tainly induce them to pay cash. Call and see my elegant Fall stock. ingston for a few days' visit to his home ho will ultimately recover. thero. folka. ble lady. She is a stately brunette, Is Holiday, birth-daand wedding presents. Ladies and Gentlemen. if your hair accomplished and Is the possessor of a Coi James A. Fisher, of 8helby, is Some rascal stole a hind quarter of a WJ W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel:, disposition that is gentleness itself. She he Rueat of his daughter, Mrt. Will Sov is falling out go to Ed Wilkinson's bar- large hog and somo beef out of M. F. ber Bhop and have it stopped with tho eranco. cooling house tho other night. The will make a devoted helpmeet and tbe Mk. GeorUe H. Bhuck, tho Bhoo man wonderful hair ronewer aud dandruff thief was evidently a democrat, accord- man who won her heart will never have OH!cause to regret his choice. Mr. Evans is hero this week stocking up tho mer- eradicator. wai ing to Brer Demaree's stale, old story. . A dark bay mare, with Had he been a ropubhean he would hare a fine gentleman, splendidly qualified chants. Mb. Huon SeAiuiest went to Louis- mane lying on left side, was stolen from taken tin) whole hog and everything else for business and ia oue of the most popular drummers on the road. That this ville yesterday to buy tobacco for his Mr. Ed Wilkinson at Liberty. He offer 8 he coulJ bnve gotten his hands on. inion will prove a happy one, we have manufactory. $25 for her return aud $50 for the capture every reason to believe and that it will Mias ViaoisiA Bowman came up from of tho thief. Tun Nicholnavillo barbecue was a shinDanvlllo Wednesday and spent a day or IIknry R. Mills, son of Henry Mil In, ing success. Gov. McCreary, C. M. Clay, the Interior Journal joins their hosts of friends in wishing. two with relatives hero. of this county, won the declamatory con- Jr., and others furnished tho oratory and Miss Bessie Richards orrived from test at tho Kentucky Wesleyan College Gua Jaubort served 2,000 gallons of bur NEW ADYEBTISKME.HT8. All made so by buying goods Junction City vestertlay to make her at Winchester. Ho represented the goo. In audition it took eeyen beeves, homo at tho Myers House. OS lambs, besides nbout 300 chickens and Society. Philomathian from the Great Emporium of Mna. G. 0. GivBNs has returned after a .. W. t. JONKS. J. T. JONES, MOB. vegetables of all kinds to feed the hunDr. and Mrs. month's visit to her parent, Wk believe that the entire democratic gry crowd. Jessamine is all right and Fashion. They have bought their Noah Moore, in Bourbon. county ticket will be elected and by good will roll up a big majority for the model winter wraps, winter dress goods, Miss Jknnik Cooi'ER Iiuh returned from and safe majorities. We know it will Congressman. a leuftthy stay la Louisville, whoro she if every democrat will do his duty and shoes, winter underwear, Typhoid fever ban done Its deadly the has been learning tho millinery bus!- - put his X under tho rooster. Ky. work with unusual precision at Shelby most stylish and the mostcomfort-abl-ej Dianond Root Dean's Sole Gxonai I Penny, Worshipful Master: II. F. Uohton, who moved from here City, this season. There have been Paint. proprietors furnuned Black painting Wood, lor Kitlmalci of Lincoln Lodee, No. GO, is repreSentlnR to Highland some timo ago, had his fur- many cases and about ono out of thren Metal and lion Koofi. Satisfaction Guaranteed. made, from us and for less All rood painted with Dean's Rlack Diamond It at tho Grand Lodge meeting of Maaoua niture store at that place burned Tues- has proved fatal, Mrs. James Coppnge, Paint guaranteed for years Dealers in bet cismoney than ever before. Would day night. Ills loss Is only about $100 after a long illness, died of It Tuesday, tern i'urnps and Galvanlted Iron Kilters. in Louisville. of Richmond, and thero was no ineuranco. The houso and a colored girl next day. Mrs. Oait. Everett Bkiuiy, you wear the same broad smile ? ! : one of tho haudsomest police in Ken belonged to the Lincoln Land Co., and was an excellent woman and the tucky as well as of K. of P., was here was also uninsured. Tho fire originated mother of tho two Coppage boys, tho Then come and do likewise and J Commencing at t o'clock on the afternoon of n Wednesday. from a defectiye flue. train dispatchers. do not run away from home to Mr. Jamus Maret's wife, who has been V fir 1894, TUESDAY, OCT. Tim Buchanan, who was sent to jail ft ' An amusing story is told of tho way n A4r ill a long time, was worse yesterday and mile buy inferior styles and qualities for certain church member got out of Bend- On thn MilledgeTillt & SUnford pike, Dr. Peyton was telegraphed to come to from the East End to servo 154 days Irom McCormack's church, t will sell at puhhc and battery, got a pardon from ing a young man to school, who wanted sal my personalty, coniiitiog of 4 Work Mules, assault rIr & 't to aee her. Mt. Vernon and heifer. Horsat a high price. Examine first yester to atudy for the ministry, and whom he Jersey Heifer, t Kood Milk Co Phaeton Horse, es, inclnding eitra good fam'.ly Miss Lucy Johns, of last year's facul Gov. Brown aud was mado free xtra good family 1'naeton Mare, a good Mares, our stylish cloaks and wraps, our ty at the college here, now has charge of day. He bad served 84 days nnd had had partially promised to assist. During nice yearling filly. 37 Hogs, 75 Barrels of Corn, been a trusty moat of the time ainco his Bro. Morrison's red hot meeting hero wagon, 1 Mowing Machine, hay raae. tho vocal music dopartment oi ealeyan larming Implements, new weaves and figures in' dress confinement. Tim is ono of tho few col aoveral months ago, a good many men blue grass header and other lot of new flat rails Plows, hoea, harrow, &c, a Female College, at Stauuton, Va. gets got warmed up and imagined they bad and 100 locust posts, 4 stands of bees, some house, Mr. Richahii Walter, who has been ored democrats in tbia section and goods, new underwear, new shoes hold and kitchen lurnlture. x Tkkms. All sums under $10, cash in hand; ov sulTeriug with mental trouble for a wek out just in time to put his under tho attained the higher life and sinless per or ia months without infection. Among them was our brothen er that amount a credit new clothing, and all the new and cheap things out H. E. MAKCUM. terest. or moro, is now under treatinont of Dr. rooster. The raco for county attorney is waxing whom we are telling about, nnd among Foster at London and is said to be rapidK1:: exceedincly warm in Marion county. those who professed religion was a cally improving. Heady lor Service. All subject to register. Apsuperin- Our former county man, Mr. Benedict low youth, who immediatly imagined he ply to J. M. McRoberts, Stanford. Ky. Col. Geouoe 0. Wkuiter, tendent of the Kceley Institute and Gua Spalding, tho democratic nominee, is op- was called to preach tbe gospel. On the THEY ARE llofmanu, manager of the hotel at Crab posed by an independent named, John- strength of tho promise ho got ready to Orchard Snrlniis. paid ua a pleasant call son, who charges that Mr. Spalding, said go to school and went to tho man who was to assist him for tho lucro. The big Tuesday. Tho colonel Is a very enter- to Rev. E. M. McMillen, tho PresbyterI am now ready to delivei manufactuied Ice customers ian preacher, that he wii9 also a Presby- meeting ardor had cooled considerably trom the Stanfordat Factory to ef FIFTY regularly taining uian. CENTS the rate every morning and tho good brother was not so much PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over, and terian, nnd the tirat of the name to break at 75c in smaller lots. VICINITY. CITY AND away from tho Catholic church for cen- in tho humor of educating meu for the 10 E. HKEMEit, Stanford. ministry ns he had beeu. So when tho turies. Mr. Spalding, supported by Danka, the jewelor. Trade with Is out in n card denying ever hav- young man went to him ho told him this I Wkddino presents In great variety at ing had such conversation with Rev. Mc- story: While I was out West I heard of will find one ot 'he finest Danka', the Jeweler. The Bargains We Are Showing In Millen, aud also denies ever having such a a man who saw in his droams the letterd At my store you and Embroidery Material ever stocks of Millinery P. O. In largo and fiery characters. He at brought to Stanford. Ihne paid cash for my goods buy cloaka or wraps without conversation with nnv ono elso. Don't onco took? them to mean "Preach Christ," and sell them for cash, to low that you will te calling on ua. Hughes A Tate. Hon. Geo kg it E. Stone, tho next Con- and tho next Sunday, ho got up in church forced to buy irom me. An examination will conIk you waul clothing or ahoea and gressman from tho lltii district, wns hero to obey tho command. He told the vince you and you aie invited to make it. MRS. A. A McKINNEY. yesterday, looking and feeling every dream and his divination of it and then boots come to us. Hughes A Tate. Is going to mako a launched into a long and tiresomo han winner. He inch moat active canvnea and no gross will rangue. At its conclusion a brother arose A Beatrice is tho unmo of n new In Garrard, aud It. O. Hamilton is grow under his feot this side of the elec- and said, "I havo no doubt that you saw Miss Moore will arrlvn October 1st, with everypostmaster. tion. Ho hns mado out tho following list the letters P. C, hut after hearing you thing that is new and nobby In the ay of of appointments, which will keep him attempt to preach I am euro you mistook Mil. John Ouow is nunouueed as an inIn buay to fill aa to reach many of the points the meaning of them. They didn't mean Whether you be friend or foe to us you should make your buystock dependent candidate for moglatrate Please call and he will havo to rido horse back SO or 40 "Preach Christ" at all, but "Plow Corn1' ing. Mypilces examine my lowest. before Thanking shall be the district. dollars buy as much as possible for your self, your the Waync-oburmiles. Beginning next Monday, Oct. 22, and I adviso you to accept that interpre- you for past favors, respectfully, IT KATfc DUDDHRAR, Mansger. The Jones Bros., excellent tinners and ho will ppeak at Manchester, Clay coun- tation of them and hie yourself to a corn roof painters, have openod shop in the ty; on tho 23d at Boonevlllo, Owsley field." "This is just what I would I county; 25th at Hyden, Lcalio county; you," said the good brother to the room corner Main and Mill. 20th at Hazard, Perry county; 27th at youth, "for you will bo more of a success cities buyMiss Report comes from Wayneaburg that Whltesburg, Letcher county; 20th at at plowing corn than preaching Christ.'' ing my larboc, my trimmer, Is in the will not make Fall and Winter Stock, and I her purfiends shot a colt and poisoned a mare Harlan C. H.; 30th at Barbonrville, Knox And the'young man went awry sorrow- my usual rail trip. Both Mist Jarboeand cordially chases will arrive next week and you are Come and spend your cash with us; we are selling goods lower belonging to Squiro E. B. Caldwell, Jr. county; that night at Corbin, Whitley ful for ho had bethought himself of the invited to call. . MISSLICCIE BEAZLEV, than they were ever sold in' Stanford. Oapt. Ricuabds, manager of tho My- county;Nov. 1. at London, that night good anu easy time ne would nave as a Stanford, Ky. : Bernstadt; 2d nt Columbia; proacher, eating pie and spring chicken. ers House, will be glad to see hlB many at East Grady ville; 3d at Edmon And his last end was worse than the first, friends and havo them stop wUh him Ithit nleht at ton, and Gth at Somerset. Speaking at for tho last we heard of him ho had forgwhon in town. Remember hira when Tall on ihe undcrsicned at Rowland. Lincoln 1 o'clock each day and 7 when at night. ed tho name of hla sweetheart's mother county, Ky , lor terms. We want to negotiate you come to circuit court, on first to a letter to tho county clerk, request- loans onbonat mortgage security paper. real estate, Agent for and commercial stocks, WiiKNKVKit a democrat tells you "I'm a white woman of Louis, Mo Bells Pahker, ing that he issue' license for their mar- the Mtssoun Brokerage Co., St. M. going tojvoto the secret ballot this time," N, EARLY, 03.4 who has mado her homo here for may put him down a coward, who is riago. sevoral years, died at Win. Caldwell's you going to stab some of the nominees in MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. houBe in Mackavillo Tuesday nlgh after Tho county the backvith;hls little cross mark. He an illness of Beveral weeks. Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to Misa Belle Klnj;, of Conway, and has an imaginary grievance and can Tho undersigned committee will until Thursburied her Wednesday. Stanford. We also lead in day. Oct. a$, 1804, receive sealed bids for the pauwreak his vengeance without being found Christopher LoRsJon, of Berea, were to per practice of Lincoln county for the ensuing according to the old magbe subdivided But for the long continued drouth, out, under the new order of voting, in all appearances happily married at tho year, toprecincs. The following are maximnm isterial these lovely October days would bo sim- vented for the weak and cowardly, ho former place a week ago. But the groom prices which will be paid: 5i5 00 Stanford Precinct ply perfect. As it is they aro good enough honorable man; who participated in the lit out in three days aud despite the e( 7 00 Turnersviilo" 80 00 Huslonville " and make us primary election last March will voto fort of the bride to find him, he is Btill lor ua miserable sinners oo 00 Crab Orcn'd 00 7 Highland, " forget every ill that flesh is heir to and against the nominees of that election, non est. too 00 will Waynesburg ' Mr. aud Mrs. W. N. Haldeuian simply because hia man got left or belive always. 00 want to S Walnnt Flat " ' " Hubble, i cause he !b out of sorts with tho party, celebrate their golden wedding at their Call and See a Beautiful Line. baa appointed for Jail practice will bo received at the Bids Judob W. E. VAnNON w E VA11NON, lie is just aBftmuch in honor bound to handsome homo on Fourth street, Louis- same time. Wj P. Givena, W. G. G. B. COOPER, W. H. Miller, support the ticket as if he had sworn in ville, October 30, and everybody will J. B. PAXTON, . Committee. Welch, W. L. McCarty, Wm. Langraff, open court to do 60 and we take it that, send happy greetings to the grand old and his W. E. Perkins, Frank Logan and Dr. II. but few wiillbe unfaithful to their obli- man of the Courier-JournTHE HERD OF PUBLIC SALE ! Brown delegates to the immigration con- gation. The total voto of tho primary worthy spouse. Louisville Oct. 24. election-cosvention to be held i at A dispatch fro'm Richmond says: now for tho nominated tickI willl offer for sale on i John L. Green and Miss Rachel Quison-berr- y told us of the injunction et will elect it by, several hundred and Col. Adams 1894, Oct. oloped from here to Winchester wind out of the republicans, R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, he had procured against' Colaon's namo take the on P. M on" the premises, the property ol the account of supposed demo- and were mairied. Wm. W. Adams and At 3John M. McRoberts, Sr., situated on Main late being placed under tho eagle, and we who hope Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky Female College. Said day. Let Mies Montra Ellison, Walter Hockaday street, opposite Uie In twoaeparate lots, and prop then might have printed it in our last, had ho cratic disaffection to carry the will be Lucy Duerson also eloped to erty whole. offered do his duty aud give the aud Misa Possession given Jan. i, 1S95. One. as a Pigs fot aale from the best types oi Registered not asked us not to do so. Tho injunc- every democrat I Mi inthird payable July i,'93. and balance Jan. 1, 96, WW argued before Judgo Morrow lie to the republican belief that they are Louisville and were married without tion will be Stock. Breeders secured from the beat herds In several aiuerent states, correspondence solicited ""wMTHoSifcipU,. "" "KSf terruption. dishonorable nnd treacherous. at Somerset on the 24th. ly Interior Journal Pay your 180 J taxe. Gkntlkmen, wear. boo our lino of Severance it Son. under- Lud-we- SPECTACLES? ... 0 eup-pil- es m IWI S6?A H :! 1 -- BANKS, f the OTIWTElILlEMo WITH2IIS I I JS i 4 ... Most Complete Stock Of Furniture 0 H '& i.i vi 1 y El-kin- 's -- The Jlappy Faees m JOXTES BEOS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, 67-1- Cop-pag- e PUBLIC SALE 30, X-A- well-know- af 7 ft i uW 1 1 1 1 DUR0C JERSEY HUGHES & TATE. j8-i- ui ICE,ICB. To The Ladies DIAMOND S IN THE ROUGH ! alll-davi- ta, post-ofll- co Treat For tlic Ladles. Cloaks, Dress Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Blankets, Gloves, Shoes, Flannels, Comforts,&c. d g hard-earne- ad-vI- TO THE LADIES WIFE k CHILDREN'S SAKE. m $500,000.00 to Loan . e, To Physicians. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. T ' Queensware, Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. BLUE-GRAS- S al t Saturday, 27th, Duroc Red Jersey Swine ' ""' cHiLHSt it.. IW III nUmaMs? Ml WW rr" . 1". ' '.' U" .rWif'iiTiil'i'n'H ...- -- ",'-. . 8am oknslng' "at Home." Sam Johnstng', an Austin colored man, who ltccps tho sheriff busy hunt lug1 him up, is onco more nn inmnto of Published Bvory Tuesday and Friday tho Travis county uastiic. Jim WebAT n $3 X2&It Y3C AH 1ST VDVANOM ster,jnilchum of tho accused, called nt to consOTeThis friend. the not so paid 32.60 will bo chrj4." "What do you want hero?" asked tho fy jailer in a gruff voice. "I jess called, salt, ter make inquiry, salt, if my friend, Mr. Sum Johnsing, is ut home, sab?" Alex Sweet, in Texas Semi-Weekly k en Interior Joormh Louis Gimm, a member of the l)uoitn'sArnloa Salve. The beat salve tor Cleveland Wheel Club, broke tho world's sores, ulcers, salt In tht world sores,cuts, bruitess rheum, fever tetter, chaptecord lor a 24 hour ran, covering in thnt ped hands, chilblains, corns and all shin nun. olons. It positively cures piles, or no pay requir 270 yards lees than 384 milea, Tho beat d. If is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction tr money refunded. Price 15 cents per box. previous record was 374 tniUs, For sale by A. R. Penny, SUnlnrd, Ky. Every mother should know th- -t croup can b There nomei ,lne so often needed In every nevented. The first i)tnptoms of true croui home in. k admirably adapted to the purposes lonlsuesi. 1 his it followed by a peculiar much for which it is intended, as Chsmberlain's Pain cough. IT Chamberlain's Cough Kcmedy is glv jn Palm Hardly a week panes but what toino fret It as soon as. the child becomes huniinr r..n member of the family has need of it A toothache alter the cough has developed it will prevent the or headache may be cured by It. A touch of aitacK. rheumatism or neuralgia quieted The seserc For sate by Dr.S. O. Mocker, druggist, Stan- - pain of a burn or sold promptly relieved and the fords the est. 81,500 WANTED. s first-cut I Call security and Light per cent, interon J. It. i'AXTON, Attorney, htanftrd -- iSK Dcslrnblc Fnrm Tor Sale. Situated hall a mile West of McKtnney and containing 13s acres of Itnd in good state ol cultivation. Possession glvcu by Jan. 1st, 1895. For particulars apply to ED. M. CSTES or JAS. 01 V ENS, ' McKinney, Ky. jS.im M-Wh- OR 8 PAGES. When necessary. M i i i HVBBY IFIE&ID.A.'S". K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Sittings. ; Train itaves Roiuand at 7:00 a. m., returning ''"UH. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train go'nj Not th ii South....... . Exp'tss fain " South " .. -- ! 37 P ... 8m .......m........-93- 6 Local Freight North..... South... ..............-.ao;p- o alio carry passengers. The Utter train Th above it calculated on itandard tims. Solar "(ma U about 10 minutes faiter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Going North train pass Junction City ai foVestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves-tbLimited 3'tf p. m. Local t:io p. m. Florida Wanted 3:13. a. m. aoutn N O. Vestibule la iS p. m. Florida s Limited 12:15a. m Local 11:55 p. m. Veitibule arrives S'40 p. m. llows: Blue-Grass Bluo-Gras- North....... . "J JP" Pm 3Vm It Clmngrd Tlirlr Mind. Fair Visitor So you have decided not to sell your house? Fair Hostess Yes. You see, wo ' nny w rick, wn pave hy Custon placed tho matter in the hands of nn 'hi n kIip rn. a Child, nho cried for Conor: estate agent, but after reading his lovely advertisement about our property iVVn sti !oame Mfcs, sho clunj; to neither John nor mytclf could think of W'H.n bhe had Children, she sjo thm CaatorU parting with such a wonderful and perfect home. Pearson's Weekly. N-- n -- Cri "lie Jorgot to say to n bnldhcnded customer that his hair needed,trlmmlng to-da- y." ber shop, "ho was a very good barber, but we had to let him go. Ho didn't understand the business." "Whnt did ho do?" Indianapolis Journal. Don't Untlcrstniiil lltiiimn Nuturc. "Yes," said the proprietor of tho bar- -- sore healed in much lesstltno than when medicine has to be sent for A sprain may be promptly treated before Inflamatlon sets Id, which insures d cure in about the time otherwise ree quired Cuts and bruises should immediate treatment before the parts Lccome swollen, which can only be done when Pain Halm is kopt at hand. A soie throat may bo cured beforo becomes serious. A tioublcsome corn may be r moved by appl)inR it twice a day for a week or two. A lame hick may be cured nnd several days of valuable time saved or a pain lu the side or chest relieved without paying a doctor bill. 1'ro-- I cure 1 50 cent bold at ouce and you will neser one-thirrec-iv-- R. Zimmer, -- DR. W. B. PENNY DciitlBt. y Office South Hide Main St., In office vacated by Dr. Lee Y. Hulfman, Stanford, Ky. re'-ntl- DEALER IN- - J. B. HIGGINS, Dealers n. Fancy : Groceries, Do- All Hinds Stanford, of Coal, Ky. regretlt. 1 For sale by Dr. ford. G. Mocker, druggist, Stan- - Foreign and Candies, Nuts, Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, rull corps mestic Fruits, Tobacco, Cigars. SIM GRAHAM Is a candidate lor Constable In the Highland and Wa ijriioiiuiK unmet, subject to the act ion of the republican party. .nniinnii A. M., President. . n Next Session Begins TucsdnySep. 4, 1894. of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music last An. Eacollent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Hcadquartcrsfor almost anything you want. When you wanta!first Blue Grass Nurseries. -- OrtCHAItD. LAWN, QAKDEN. Asparagus and every thing usually lound atvines, an estabuch lishment. Try us on pries. We do not sell through agents but direct to the plautcr. Catalogue on application. 6i A full stock of Fruit and Ornam.nUl T Vk.lll.a Gna.1l tTaa.I.. .,..... ,,un., v.rapo ...-- ., LOVE AT riKST SI (HIT. Tiees. fj& r. i 1 COLLEGE HOME, (Residence! the late James McAlister ) CRAB ORCHARD, - - KY. DR. J. S. STAPP, PRES., wr"Ssy . Hk Bakma -- A 111 Ail V' Assisted by a Competent Faculty. A select school, of high grade, for the thorough training of young ladies. A few young gentlemen of approed morals will slta be admitted. Number limited no Idlers wanted. Dr. Stann. the President, has since bis eradua- tion In medicine, given his entire time and cner- - ' dies to the building and management of Colleges ' in the South. During the past year he filled the ' chair of Literature and Natural Sciences in Daughters College, Harrodsburg, and Mrs. Htapn ,u)i!t ttiu.ii, 1 aiuuug, flawing, cc, giving geacral satisfaction to patrons and pupils. sW Asofirfey Yiw?a I , " f 5 1 J- -- Pure SSS pJudgo. Justlco with Mercy- - A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening - i . strength. ? t I ! Magistrate You are charged with ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., having sixteen wives. What have you to say for yourself, sir? 100 Wall Street, Now York. Prisoner I really couldn't help myself, judge. Latest United States Government Food Report. His wife and family have received special train-in- c classmeal forj25c, call on him.$ in and lor College The curriculum will be an extended one ond the drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skimming, no shoddy work will be allowed. Classes will be instructed In Higher Mathematics, Ilelle Lettres, Natural tclence. Mental and Moral Science. Latlu, German, Short-HanType Wilting, Hook Keeping, Civics, Music, Vocal and Instrumental, Painting, Drawing.&c. Stanford, 1 he first term of five months will open Sept. 10, 1894. and second term will cloie the first week in June. One week holiday at'Christtnas. fHKMS. Tuition pei term in first gade, including Latin and German. ... ...$lo 00 Tuition in second grade. 15 00 Music. Piano, Organ. Guitar, Instruments so 00 furnished for practice . .. Short band, Painting, Drawing, Ornamental Work, all at teasonable rales Hoard in College, per week, lj 30. Good board GOURIER-JOURNA- L in private families at reduced rales. Monthly payments required. No discount except fo, protracted illness. Fir further information address the President, Is a ten page eight column democratic newfpaper DR. JOHN S. STAPP. It contains the of everything roinc liEN-H- Y Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 WATTBRSON I. the editor. class-work. d, R ZIMMER. S H. IMULLBNMEVEK, Lexington, Ky. Ky. RUSSELL & BROWN. .....l'iOprietois ....... V::EIN'DOME HOTJSli, Msln and Danville Sis , lluttovtllc, Ky. repainted and refurnished the IICUM throughout and are prepared to aecom. modate the In style. Our Rales are very teasonable and a jood table at all times, hneclal attwitlon to (ravelin; men Elegant sam-pi- e room attached Also a saloon with the lloul. Call and see us. 4c We have recently Atst-class first-class THE WEEKLY Type-Writin- en it THE RILEY V. U. HOUSE Kontucky. am PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. RILBY.IPropriotor, A. S. PRICE, "Nonsense!" SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the n Owsley Building. Stanford. jsPVHhWvYi uiiim ago I went to n summer resort, nnd for six weeks I was the only man" there." "It was this way. Fivejears , FOR : SALE I Delivery Wagon, I Iron Safe (Hall's Make), Platform Scales, i Cheese Safe, i Tobacco Knife, These fixtures have been used some and will be I 2 1 The WEEKLY males very liberal terms to agrnt., and eivts ftec premiums for clubs Sample copies ofthe papr ami four page Premium Supplement seat fiee 10 any address. Write to COURIEll-JOURNAL London, 77 , ThoCOURIER-JOURNA- L CO. better arep.Md than ever to accommodate the public, L'"fT attached and every convenience de9 sired. Give me can. FRANK RILEY. I have moved to ray new Hoiel'iaod "Discharged." X. Y. AVeeldy. show cases, i pair The Hung Borer, &c. Semi,- - Weekly Interior Journal, And The LOUIVILLK, KY. D. S. CAEJPEITTER,, At the well-know- n tt M ft M .For -- Scribbler Well, whnt of it? Ucing human wo f unny men arc bound to repeat ourselves sometimes. Friend That's not what I object to, it's mat you repeat each other so often. Arkansaw Traveler. Tlicy Do Not Speak Now. Strawbcr I hail quite a compliment last nipht. Miss Singleton said when Bhe first looked at me she thought I Oft Tol! Tale. Friend Seo here, Scribbler, that joke of yours you showed mo is old. otdstsnd ol J. li.'crceo, In SOLD AT A .BIG BARGAIN. Rpmembcr we have the best selection of I Weekly Courier-Journ- al Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky. Willie sent one year to any address for CS TC. Address W.P.WALTON. M aumoru, Ky Hasjuit received a beautiful line of ...."' HEATING : STOVES Ky. Midland R'y, Shortest and qulclest between of Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. ?,i;nd '.V hI 'lkJ,,J f ,l h, P''c "hich nice hIl,.linMBr,,,H,lr., or a dusUr Hinder Twine for sale. ."Jta set ! Cincinnati nnd Frankfort ftnly Direct Line DIVERS HOUSE a....., BetreshiiigliBath, Hot or Cold, A stylbh Hair Trim or Clean Shave, go to was only nineteen, but when I talked I seemed like an old man. Sinperly You must have told her some of your jokes. Life. betrcn Coal vases, coal hods, &c, in town. Calf and sec us before you make Frankfort, Qoorffotown nnd Paris, in any thing in our line. your purchases Carllalo, Mnysvillo. Oynthiann, Falmouth and Ooving'ton. wCIlTERlT STABtX P. W. CREEN, Prop. well-know- r XJook fc Fanner's Barber ....IF YOU AXE GOING Shop. It. Stoaks There goes Chanter, Oakes. lie's got one of tho finest voices I ever heard ever hear him sing? lie's got a Had Heard HIGGINS & McKINNEY. ask tor tickets via Kentucky run by Central Standard Time, lime lanlejnnc A 14, 1(94, Trains This stable, which It run n connection with the n Myers House, has been supplied with No. 7. p. m. I 00 1 TRAINS EAST. Leave Frankfort It U- - KORTH WEST, heard It about an hour ago ho rowed ten. Chicago Record. To Avoid Publicity. fine voice. , Oakes (sadly) Yes; nice voice. bor- I Louiavitic a, Nashville R. R. Young Author (who thinks himself famous) I believo I should enjoy my vacation better if I could go incognito. Friend Good idea. Travel under your nom de plumo. X.. Y. Weekly. A Fellow Fecllntr. DRUG STORE! Window Glass, Putty, -- " " ;; " ' ' Call for- - " Arrive er 718 Stamping Ground.7sS Duvall .7 j4 Johnson..,. .j 40 ueorgetown..11 ...746 Depot Newton 08 Klknorn.....,....; u Switr Summit. No. 1. a, m. 700 No 3. 4 4 p. m. IO 16 4 4 4 4 A New Lot of Horaes, Carriages, .; 06 Buggies, Wagons, H.IC18 4S J 44 57 aoo aso J3 3 00 10 ruuimer's Supplies and Is better than ever 1 5 .supply the public with 140 prepai. 10 n 4iO as. joj OF ALL KINDS, P.rre"indnilS;,.UU",,0n ,l"n, WiddIai FIRST-OLAS- 8 Centrevllle........g Kliiabth...........l8 l'ans., 16 J 3 S jo m 3 '5 5 35 3o 3 3 AI IIURNS.Manager. 3 4 P. W. OR KEN, Proprietor 400 And Paints, X TRAINS WEST. Lve Paris ....C Arr KUrabeth Arr Ccntrcvlile..... Arr Newtown Arr C. S. Depot..... Is the line for you, as its Dally Trains Double close connections at Make &OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI , For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOE S.UICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky. Of W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky A. G. Lanhsm "Poor little thingl" exclaimed tho passionate editor to tho mouse that was nosing about in tho waste basket. "If you find anything there you can use you're harder up than I am." Chicago Tribune. A Keptllp. 8 ANB -- No. s. No. 4. No. 8 No. is a. iu. P in. a.m.. 4 40 10 00 10 14 8 BOOMKB. "" .io io 6 03 The Myers House, 1P.W. GREEN. Proprietos. 1ST Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. ArrGor(Cton Arr Johnson Arr Duvall 11 .93s io as 6 19 4 43 3 si W. B. McROBERTS, Opp. In order to- Court-House- . .....,io ArrStamp'g Ground 1100 Arr Swttier.. u 10 Arr Elkhorn .1117 Arr.Summit ...u jj 1 30 Arr r iaoKiort...A. 34 1 .....11 47 1037 641 0 43 600 3 40 Stanford, : : : well-kno- Kontucky. 6i' our public schools, having been told that a reptile "is an animal that creeps," being asked the name of one, promptly replied: "A baby." A boy in one of Tit-Hit- s. John',13. Castleman. ROYAL Insurance B ARBEE old "They say that for an old bachelor Jones is putting a good deal of fire into his courtship." "That's natural. Ho is sparking an flame."-- N. Only Natural. Reduce my Large Stoek -- Of- Company Y. Press. OF LIVERPOOL. & 0 ASTLBM AJ MANAGERS, check?" "My frlcud, I do iny best; this is tho fourth one I've sent him this month." Atlanta Constitution. Econonilrnl. Ilest. "Look here, old man, oughtn't you to It will be sold till Nov. ist at Astonishingly Low Prices. This cludes all styles, and the patterns are all new and desirable. keep that boy of yours a little "Wire In Dolnp; Ilia WALL- - PAPER CAN'T C connects with K. c. turnout come to my SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Franklort 900 a. m; GctKHown 10 a. m. Lve Georgetown 10 37; arrive TranMoit 00 so n .7aVeU,1.tl,lhou,he,"V C"' p. m. "J The Kentucky Midland Radway.nJ connections lorra the shortest and cheapest rout, to all points .south, Hast, .Worth and West. JAMES VHAGER. THOMAS YEACER. For further apply to their 4Eent. O. I). IIEItCAW, Gen GEO. B.HARI'EU, Gen."upt first-cla- A connects with L. A N. U connects with O ,V C. and L. S. 7 7 35 7J 7o 703 7 V7 00 8 10 sjc o 830 S I am still running this Hotel and will continue to give tar Eumi. the politist att.n-tio- n as well as the best the market affords. 905 93 pecial Attention to tho Travel- ing Public. When you want a LIVERY STAHLE. " '"" YJEAGER & YEAGER, ! in- NORFOLK AND umi If you nw-- tied and Special Hates to Cvlninercla Men. mmi stable, STANFORD, B.Y. Imry slve us a call. Nothlnr but YOU AFFORD TO This Opportunity. MISS WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO HARNESS SHOP Vou will find a Kood assortment of Harness Saddles, Ac. Have your llrl-dles, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TEIDBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. She Do you mo steam or furbacc heat in your flat? lie Neither. I find my wife's temper more economical and less apt to get out of order. Truth. A A. B.. PEITIT'S". Druggist.! 3an Francisco Portland. Fair KxchnriRe. World's Fair Record. CHICAGO -- Didn't you enjoy going inrougn tne tunnel Hess Not a bit. Auntie made mo exchange places with her tho mlnuto wo got inside. Tammany Times. tho fequnre. Penelope Why, it took him half an hour to tell tho funny story I spoko of. Perdlta Indeed? Penelope Yes; nnd it was as broad as It was long. N. Y. World. On Minnie F 17 n th-i1 TICKETS mchTicIn Uou?Cr,,"n,1U --" gW.0XbI 4 ALL POINTS: VIAfcv 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS. WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA. BE WEST, NORTH-WEST, BLACKSMITH SHOP. " Mch,n".tcllehte.t draft The Southern Magazine IS NOT SATISFIED .?i,.H,,.h.a J?.!! SOBIH-WESI 5- -' ..' PWI.h.d In I -- rtUoUISVIUI HwAlBtt v CHICAtO Rl((j&- - It ntaas t th.Qnrrn ct Crtsernt Tinnt. Is IT talUs shir'.eit r I ft-1 bt'wnn Lindnnull sit l...infit.iiit tluilcs sliorwst - C:nrttttl sU.ri.it Ist uJl4 lamtlto .Nc OrlKiuMn ii'i cfioclDutl to Lb.tuiiuvgi, AtUiiu, or JmVjudsIIIc, loriJa.' FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE 'UtlMAH VESTIBULED COACHES. 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SLEEPINO AND DINING CARS A Year. $1.50 t . usu ibu SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Words of Praise it Receives. "The Southern Mans ne ! a handsomely trated and well edited literary magarine. ab UU1. e d compare without disfavor with the nest monthlv Our circulation has Increased year, but we are after the roo.oootenfold la the nasi send 10 cents lor samol copy tomark. THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE ly BUT-t- nd to he w o RINEAKS0X Gtu'l I'ass'r A(at, CuuUuuU, O. WRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI CHEAPEST, BEST Wrlto for Rates, AND QUICKEST LINE. Detcriptlv K. H. BACON. D. P. A.. K.J UEED.G. P. A. Chicajo, III Louisville, Ky St. Paul. Denver. fe e QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. Mir. 'aniphlcu, to any Station Audit, or to TlmcTablcs, b.'iruw.eril. uimOKE, T4. W. B. BCVILL, ALLEN HULL, Dli, 1'a.M.ftr it. ltiLlalll,0. M. f. OHAQ0. Tr.ill.( I'im. ig ituiaokc, ra. LvUv.He, K, 'T'T