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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894102301 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. io . - wm -' mi-Weekl- Y Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1894. Good Rondlno for Sore Dcmocrnts. (To the Editor ol tha Interior Journal.) OF A vol. xxii. CHURCH AFFAIRS. i NO. 67 s" The Midway Christian Snudny McKi.nnky, Oct. 22. Although I havo Scliool has 167 pnpltn, says tlio Clipper. r . ..,,,,u..,r r.na.u a demonstrated it but little, I have all my m.i i meeting at tho Huston vlllo Christian 1,fB.fJl luI, nn ,n,er(,(,t ' county, Statu aim iaiionai pontics. L obtained my church, Sunday majority just after the close of the ereat Tho Providence church has fired Trof. bloody coulllct between tho States and' J, li. Jones from its pistorate lor tho. part when for the lltst time I was about to he took in tho Drecklnridgu canvass. exercise tho greatest prerogative of an Good. balSam Jones has become ono of tho vi American citizen I approached the lot box with no little consideration. itors of "Tho Tennessee Methodist," Having been a Union soldier, I had natheretofore edited by Hov. B. F. Payne, urally imbibed an inspilation favorable at Nashville. to tho North, or rather to tho party then llev. J. W. Tyler, of Georgetown, Presbyterian church In power, so to disregard this early intupreached at tho ition and to ally myself with an opposite hero Suuday. The pastor, Itsv. S. M. party was, I assure you, only after careLogan, is holding a mooting for him. ful and duo deliberation. Suffice it to Frankfort is experiencing that moral pay that I did after much anxiety and a spasm that usually follows n religious careful consideration of tho then bad state cigar, drug and wave. Tho meat shops, confectiouery stores aro to shut up Sun- of affairs In 18GScastiny first vote for tho democratic nominee for President of days hereafter. tho United States, and while I havo nevMissouri Presbytoriaus have adopter taken an active part in oven in local ed resolutions condemning any political politics, have found much pleasure party that stauds committed to tho lito put itself on re- along with tho rank and file of tho demcense policy or refuses ocratic party in tho exercise of suffrage. cord against tho saloon. I believe that every man should have Eld. W. K. Crabtree, of Lexington, earnest, honest political convictions. The arrived yesterday and last night began a aflairs of administration demand it, both meeting at tho Christian church. Tho will be held are county, State and iSatlonal. I am a demhours at which services ocrat because I believe the democratic 10 A. M. aud 7 r. m. n.ro. J. G. Llvtoeston closed his party represents principles that are for the best interests of the American peomeetings at tho Acadamy laat night. house ple; then aa a democrat I ask what Is There had been five additions. Tho my duty when I go the polls to say by had been crowded nearly every night my vote which party. I shall support? and Bomo Rrand sermons wero delivered, Shall I stop to ask just exactly who are and murh and lasting good has been the nominees of my party? Are they done. Corbin Enterprise. all men that I admire personally? Havo The moat Intereatine revival held t I ever had a little dlfferenco with any of LaGrango for suveral years is in progress them in a business transaction? Have nt tha Baalist cliurch. conducted by tho any of them ever voted in some local is Bev. J. W. Porter, of Galloway, Tenn sue that I imagined was antagonistic to Fifty additions have beon made to tho my business interests, or shall I from church, comprising somo of tho most any imaginary cause of a personal nature prominent men of the town. cowboy evangelist, refuse to cheerfully support all or any Uev. Sam Bettls, part of tho regular nominees of the parthus sums up tho results of his recent re- ty whoso principles I advocate and wish vival at Bay City Mich : " I had over conversions, 1,260 old topers signed to perpetuate? Some democrats try to got around this the pledge, $Srt2 was raised for expenses. by saying "Oh, wtll there is no politics 0,000 people were 1500 clear for Sam, and in county races any way." I want to fod free meals." Ho Is satisfied. ask how many republicans wore "ver Tho meeteng at tho Baptist church heard to talk that way ? Republicans as has been n success from tho beginning. a rule are true to their party loaders, and About fifteen additions up to the present this I admire ahovo all things in any and probnbly will continue all week, though Hov. Bo'Utn will leave Thursday party. I would not belong to or claim to belong to any party whono nominees I night, but not without the praise of the would not cheerfully support under any good people of Somerset. Reporter. Wo must reasonable circumstances. Wo wero prevented from accepting a meeting keep in tact county organization as well cordial iuvltation to the county as State and National, if we hope to have a Bush Branch Saturday, but we learn any party at all. This is too patent to that tho large crowd that gathered weto of argument. not only regaled with a feast of reaeor, admit The democratic nominees in Lincoln hot with a dinner, which seemed to fill and county at present are objectionable to the whole country round-abouwith a hospitality no democrats so far as I have heard exwhich wiu dispensed cept for imaginary grievances arising such as the good people are noted for. from a personal or business standpoint, .According to to the census statistics and aa BUch grievances aro no grievances of 1800, as given in a bulletin just leaned. at all from a democratic standpoint. I 03 per cent, of the farmB in Kentucky am glad to say that In this part of the are owned by the persons who cultivate county at least they are rapidly disapthem, and of these 1X5 percent, are free pearing. I heard a prominent republiof inenmboronce. The debt on farms is can say yesterday that the democrats of $5,330,S5J, or 10 per cent, of their value, Lincoln county hnd uever presented a with interest at 0.G3 per cent. Of the cleaner and more capable set of nominomes, 33 per cent, are owned and. of nees than at presont and that they would tbeso 03 per cent, aro free of Incumber b hard to beat. The republicans of Lincoln county anco. The debt on .tomes is 3,031,084 well know that thoy huve no earthly With interest at 0.71 per cent, Tho report that the Knperor of Ohl-- show to elect n single man, except by had manifested hU displeasure with making inroads on tho democratic parly, Viceroy LI Hung Chang by stripping and as tho democrats are not so easily peacock feather "gulled" aa some of the republicans imhim of Ida three-eyeand his yellow riding jacket has been agine, they will wake up on the morn confirmod by the publication of the Im- iug of the 7th of Navember and wonder Dkmochat. perial decree pronouncing doom upon "where are we at?" the, hapless High Commissioner. John Logan, of Xenin, 0 who has An exchange says that a woman's just died, had a peculiar peculiarity. Ho character has been likened to a postage would allow no living thing on his placo stamp ono black mark ruins it. Man's nnd went so far as to poison like a treasury noto no matter how many Btains it passes at par. When n wotho birds that camo to his trees. John Evaus, of Leipsic, O., only 14 man falls from graeo her character is whilo ou tho othyears old, has stolon in his short Hfo a usually ruined forever, er baud a man may straighten up aud round dozen horses. He is now serving of society again. a short sentenco on a'ltoform Farm near be received into thc.best Why Is it thus? theft. the scene of his last In West Virginia 2,000 oil wells are In tho present rugo of women for operation, and It baa been estimated "manlsh" clothes It would bo well to in that tho output for tho present year will the admonition of the sacred bo. fully 10,000,000 barrels, worth $ 3,000,- book, which may bo found in tho iifth verse of the 22d chapter of Deuteronomy, Tho Colorado Woman's democratic as follows: 'The woman shall not wear Club Is tho first woman's club to bo that which pjrtainoth unto a man, neithplaced on tho roll ol tho National Asso- er Bhall a man put ou a woman's garciation of democratic Clubs. ment, for all that do aro an abomination unto tby Lord thy God." Capital. Wisconsin Central Lines. Through lino from OhiCBgo to St. Paul A Quarter Century Tost. For a quarter ot a century Or. King's New Disand Minneapoll8,maklng close connection covery lias been letted and the millions who have (no transfer) with lines running to all received benefit from its use testily to its wonderNorth and South ful curative powers in all diseases of the Tbroat, points In Minnesota, Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the uutversal satisDakota, Montana,. Idaho, Oregon, Cal- test so Iouk and that has Each bottle is positive110 experiment. ifornia, nnd Pacific Coast points. Tho faction ly irusrsnteeU to give relief or the money will be admitted to be the most reliable 'direct line to all points in Eastern, Mld-dl- refunded. It isColds. Trial bottles free at A. 11. for Coughs and Northern and Western Wisconsin, Penny's drug store. Large size joe aud Jt. Ashland, Duluth and all Lake Superior It May Do as Muoh for You points. Double Dallyjthrough train serMr Fred Miller ot Irving. III. writes that he (or many years, vice with first class equipment. For full had a Severe Kidney trouble and alto that his with severe pain in his back address any Ticket Agent in bladder vvas affected. He tried many so called particular KldneX cures but without any good result. About the United States or J. O. Pond, General year B(ro he began useol Electric Hitters and Milwaukee, Wis. found relief at once. Electric Ultters is especially Passenger Afeent, adapted to cure ot all Kidney and Liver troubles and olten gives almost instant relief. One trial October 15, Barman J. AHord, will prove Our statement. Price only joe, lor Died, arge bottles. At A. R. Penny's Drug Store. eon of George E. and Virginia Alford, me daya. aged 11 months and three 'I wouU rather trust that medicine than any doctor I know bf ,"says Mrs. Hattie Ma n. of Safe in the arms of Jesus, Chitlon, Cartsr Co., Mo., in speaking ol Cham Begentle breast, rlin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy. Safe on his 35 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G, Thereby His love o'ershadowed, Hoc Iter, druggist, Stanford. Sweetly bis soul shall rest. t, ni d but-himsel- LOCAL NATURE. We tako ploaauro in introducing to the voters of LinR. S. NIc'iols hrtB sold his hondsdhie coln county, Mr. James F. residence ou Uarrodsburg Avenue to J fill mnttng, vtirtttlil frirti nnint. T. Lapsley, of this city, for $7,000. Dp WMtwiiiin-J MIIU UllWtU MVUII' l neo for county clerk. As Lapsley sold the house hn now lives in, the picture, which appears on the corner of Uarrodsburg and Walherewith, and which was nut streets, tho vacant lot between that procured at enormous expense, indicate, and tho resldonco of W. P. Price, and Mr. Cummins Ir very haiidtohie nnd1 the cottage just back of ills residence gosomewhat of n dude, though far from be- ing toward tho depot, to Samuel Harding ing a lah young man. He is for 55,200 for the three pieces of properstrictly business, auave and polite, and is ty. Dauvillo Advocate. Last Monday, Thomas It. Phelps rewithal so clever that we would not say DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. anything ogliiHt him, if we had anything signed as master commissioner, and 1ME PBOCTtn d OAMBUE CO.. C1NTI. against him to say. Tho fact in Mr Cum Judge John W. Hughes was appointed miiis is too nice u man for Hih company in his place. Tue dike psys about $1,200 he keeps aud like poor doit Tray, h.i is per year. Mr. Phelpsjnade an excellent going to get hurt for it. Of tonne he officer, and Judge Hughes will fill tho MtancU no citation to be county clerk, Uarrodsburg n place with equal credit. J. M. HUBBARD, A. Iff., President. if ho wero running agaiiiHta lew pop Democrat. Col. John K. Faulkner, ularaud competent man thnii riiimple Cooper, but he will show in his bouts of customs of Louisville, now located at around the county that a man uan he a Richmond, while attempting to Full corps of Coniervstory nd Normal School teachers. Superior course, in Literature, Music d republican and a gentleman at the same tho Southern train from Louisville at An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue and circulars furnished on application. Lawrenceburg, lost his footing and fell lime. to tho side of the track, sustaining very His wife and family have received special trainOf the republican candidate for ing in and tor College painful but not oerious injuries. The curriculum wili be an extended one ond the sheriff, Jbhn II. Harmon, we drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skimThere's nothing much in n name. (Reiidcnce'of the late James McAllstcr.) ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. shall have little to say, except The colored republicans in the 11th con. Classes will be instructed in Higher Mathemat-- c Ifella Lettres, Natural Science, Mental and that so far as we can learn ho is gressional district will vote for White CRAB ORCHARD, - - KY. Moral Science, Latin, German, Short-Han- d, Typ a pretty clever fellow. Not lo with as much gusto as the white demWilting, Hook Keeping, Cities, Music, Vocal and Instrumental, Painting, Dnwing.&c. know the gentleman may be to ocrats would have yotod for Black had The first term of five months wiil open Sept. 10, S. argue ourselves unknown, but he not found a Stone in Ida concession 1894, and second term will cloie the first week in June. One week holiday at'Christmas. Assisted by a Competent Faculty. we have to plead guilty to that impeach al path. Owensboro Messenger. TK(tMS. Tuition pei tsrm in first giade, in- -- ..$10 00 A select school, of high grade, for the thorough rlmJIng Ltln andGerman ment. He is said to bo a typical sheriff The fiscal year ending June 30, 1804, training of young ladies. A tew voung gentlemvn Tuition in second grade 15 00 in physical proportions, hut if he has pe- was the last under the McKinley act, de- of approved morals will alw be admitted. Mutlc, Piano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments ,. ao 00 . furnished for practice Number limited no Idlers wanted. culiar fitness for the office, it will never signed to dissipate the surplus and check Painting, Drawing, Short hand. Dr. Stapp, the President, has since his graduaOman ental Work, all at icatonable rates. be recognized in this good old democratic imports. The deficit for that year is dtfi tion in meulclnr, given his entire time and Board in College, per week, 3.50. Good board bulMInjf and of Colleges county. Tom Newland is as sure to he nitely stato I at 500,803,200. Do you want In the South. During themanagement he filled the in private families at reduced rates. pat year Monthly payments required. In and Natural elected as tha day arrives. He never hay any more McKinley bill? If not vote chair of LiteratureUarrodsburg, and Sciences No nhcount except fo. protracted illrett. Daughters College, Mrs. Htapn K.r further information address the President. been beaten and it was not intended from for McCreary. taugbt Mutlc, Painting, Drawing &c giving DR. JOHN S. STAPP. general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. the beginning that Harmau should do it. Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 Tho Bank of Monticello is the name His locality was all that ever suggested of the institution just organized in his nomination to the boss, who wanted Wayne county, Judge Joe Bertram is to have each part of tho county and In- president and W. L. Baker cashier. It terest represented in his patch-worwill begin business Jan. 1st with a capticket. ital of $20,000. i 3 1 i t 1, 4 k" de-da- h 99o 7SPURE Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894 mv-e- rd COLLEGE HOME, DR. J. STAPP, PRES., class-wor- k. , Type-Writin- he k f 1 k'" o, McCreary, Montgomery aud Berry are the only members of the Kentucky deletion of 10 democrats in the present House to be returned to the next. Stone, Caruth and Breckinridge were defeated in the primaries; 'Lllis, Goodnight aud Paynter did not offer, aud Lisle died in tho harness, bilas Adams, the silent and solitary icpublican, is a faction's nominee for and will probably be succeeded in the 54th Congress by George . Stone, a democrat. It will belio worst shaking up a Kentucky delegation ever received. Lou. Times. The wife murderer Dooloy, who was hung at Fort Madison, la , Fridaj, was a cool kind of a cuss. When asked if he had anything to say, he answered the sheriir, "Yes, you have violated the law. Tho law allows but 17 persons to witness an execution, and there are 25 present now and more coming. If a poor man violates the law he suffers the penalty; a rich man can do tho same aud be gees free. I hope God will forgive your sins A daring hold-u- p of a Texas andrPa- ciflo passenger train took place near Gor don, Tex. Four unmasked men stopped the train and sent a section foreman into the express car to open a safe known to contain $1)0,000 in cash. Failing to get at this, the bandits secured the contents of ttie mt'Dseuger'a way safe, containing ioOO and $3,000, and then walked away Into tho mountains, whistling. A crank who had written eevoral threatening lotters to the bank officials called at tho Clinton Bank in Xew York aud demanded 51,000 ot the paying teller. As thi) toiler turned awuy, the crank shot nt him, barely miBsiug his head. Tue crank was overpowered and placed in custody. There was a decrease in tho manufactured prodqet of the Pullman Palace Oar Co., for the year, but it was able to declure the usual dividend from the earnings of cars in operation. Tho dally average of wages has been increased from 82 03 last April to 52.10 in September. Tho Iioiuioko Rapid Power Comp-ny- , composed of Northern and Southern capital 2,000,-00capitalists, with a paid-uhas purchused 3,000 acres of land at Iloanokej'.Rapids, N. C, nnd has commenced the erection of a 21 set knitting factory and a 20,000 spindle cotton mill, which will give employment to 11,000'persons. Hdey Grannan, the greatest plunger of the year, has presented to his poor and aged parents the old homestead which they were 'compelled to give up years ago. The placo is in Paris and Mr. Grannan paid SS.100 for it. Owing to some trouble about Hill's name being placed on the independent ticket Nathan Straus withdrew and Hugh J. Grant was nominated by Tammany for mayor of New York. lie has accepted the nomination. Under tho new law William Waldor, ABtor will pay the most income taxf $178,000 and John D. Rockfellor comes next with $153,225. Mrs. Hettie Green will pay $40,00 and Mrs. Eliot F. Shop pard J20.000. -en The Somerset Reporter Bays that some scoundrels cut tho ham strings of 1 Delivery Wagon, I Iron Safe (Hall's Make), 2 show cases, I pair 10 steers belonging to Albert Hollers, of I Tobacco Knife, I Bung Borer, &c Wayno county. Several died and the Platform Scales, I Cheese Safe, others will likely do bo. These fixtures have been used some and will be DeLong, Ho,ward & Co., who are building the Danville water works have been awarded the contract to build a similar plant at Grenada, Miss. Uarrodsburg won the foot ball game Friday from the Centre Collego second Remember we have the best selection of of 8 to 4. team, by a Four deaths have occurred in Ripy-villAnderson county, from whooping cough in the last ten days. The Somerset Reporter Bays that a little child of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. GilliB-pl- e Coal vases, coal hods, &c, in town. Call and see us before you-- make died lastwek. your purchases in any thing in our line. FOR :SALE ! : SOLD AT A BIG BARGAIN. e, HEATING STOVES! MATRIMOrWaMATTEllS. G. W. Wilcher, 22, and Miss Mary E. Leofer, just 10, wero'married near Saturday. Some people are entirely too sensitive A German, who had buried his fourth wife, went and killed himself when ho asked the fifth woman to have him, and she told him he wts too old to marry. Wm. Hilton, of Bullitt, and Miss Nannie Chiles, of Louisvillo, were married at the bedside of the dying mother in Mercer, at her request as she was anxious to seo tho ceremony. Tho nuptials occurred at noon Friday and the death nt 5 the same afternoon. Invitations to the marriage of Ml a Mattio Thompson, daughter of Phil 15. Thompson, Jr., to Mr. W. L. Davis, are being sent out. The event will occur at Secretary Carlisle's in Washington, Oct. 3L Miss Thompson has jn6t returned from Europe. lm HIGGINS & McKINNEY. DRUG STORE! Window Glass, Putty, -- Call for- - And Paints, IMJ(& JS?" 8 AMID) 8 BtMTJB, a Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. W. B. McROBERTS, Opp. -- Court-Hous- e. In order to- - The Virginia Jockey Club has just inaugurated a eiz weeks' race meeting at the new St. Jfeaph track, about five miles from Washington, on the Virginia sido of the Potomac. Nearly all the big stables are represented. The club has spent $75,000 on the track and building" and the grand stand, one of the handsomest ia tho country, will seat 2.S0O people. There are 572 stables on the grounds. The wonderful yield of 13 pumpkins, aggregating 378 pounds in weight, were gathered by Mr. Frank Grow a few dajs ago from ono vine on bis farm in the Jessamine neighborhood. The plant was not cultivated, but grew in the edgo of an old Btraw rick, the vine spreading over the rick. Jessamine Journal. During tbe first five months of 1S94 the United States shipped to Great Britain 160,000 live cattle and 750,000 cwts. of dressed beef, a large increase over the name period of 1SU3. The value was $22, 500,000, The sheep exportation for tue samo time was valued at 600,000. Lawrence Tandy,, of Louisville, a cigarette dude who is attending the Kentucky University, attempted to kill himself because he didn't have the money to buy the poisonous little things with, but unfortunately he did not succeed. Lookout Inn, on Lookout Mountain, at Chattanooga, is to go into the hands of a receiver. It will not be closed as a however, but will run should know that croup cant ba consequence, Every mother uuc huuji n through the entire winter. prtventeu. inenniirmpiuou noarsness. This is followed by a peculiar rough Five negroes are reported to havo cougu. II namoerwun w jrmoy or hoarse freelv as soon at the .J....lAn.,l 1. .v.ll . ..'.I coujsn- 1... child becomes..... n.u.ll. even been lynched for the foul murder and .mo a .u.m. Ik. ! uio alter attack. robbery of Robert Copes, treasurer of For sale by Dr. S. O. Hocker, druggist, Stan- Orangeburg county, South Carolina. ford. p 0, Reduce my Large Stock Qf - WALL PAPER It will be sold till Nov. istat Astonishingly Low Prices. This cludes all styles, and the patterns are all new and desirable. ! in- cotton-urowi- ng YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO This Opportunity. MISS D x r A. B.. FEITIT'ST. Druggist-17 B 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? -- -- S " V ! It nuns this tJis flntfii nj Otsf nt HenU ti M Jalli ihortt-i jl Li- - ufu-u- i uii.lln li..ri . Cndcsitl L lwsenilis shorten In. amtlt N..rllrlcaiu: !0iullfsinti Dnelaiutl to ChaiUawj. AtUnu. ir JkUootIIU. 1 lorU. 1 4 1 SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS H'.weentlUfttusboTS points. TJironh Cstitu VlcttbnTfiiiitSVrtT-va- u tliroujU tars Clotunati t HnoirTU OaJ J(exl tU lla. UT.ss :S?ni.. S lb.Ask mr.nu sUnt tur snd CkllfernU, Ni Orlruu tr C to Loaiivlll. UiChrtMixirt. fVlbj-tll.ni LvrRDCmrr. dirts! connection Is mi4 at Lulasua Ilrt ul .lot ,..ullea lata, t, .11 phff fe.tk. iu yv Q R,NEABS0.v. CIacUuuU, O. Oca'l I'ajs'r Ajtat, QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. d??ti& -- lisx ltoM& nwqitaZrt! mssa ssjssjalasSsiMsssssa - .r ?&: W-- y- - tj . t- - r Semi-Week- ly Interior Joukhil Kt., October 23, 1894 Stanford !I j It-- . 3 1 I. "Mercyl There's no telling who ho is, and I don't want you to go with him W. P. WALTON. again until I find out Perhaps his Were given to the Grand Jury yesterday but he neglected to tell father is n prizo fighter." FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. "Oh, no ho isn't- - Jim said his father .them of the great bargains that can be secured at our grand emporiGood News. was tongue-tied.- " DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES um this week. Our stock is superb and as the season advances it beW. A. Cash sold to J. II. Bourno a A Vrmllfry. lot of. calves at 2c. comes more and more attractive to bargain seekers. Our buyers have CREAKY JAS. i ItCONGKESS "Miss Sympcrson hns written n beauGeorge Baker sold to John Moore a and have spared neither J AS. WALKER GIVRNS For County Indue tiful poem which is bcinfr copied In all used the utmost discretion lot of brtcher stuff at 2. G. B. C00PBR ' Clerk tho papers," remarked Miss Strano to M. 1). Elmore sold to Jamea Millburn Attorney. " I. B. PAXTON Cosciusko Murphy. ' , Sheriff. T. D. NEWL.AND a Jersey co-- and calf for $40. Cosctuslco Murphy Tho young lady E. D. KKNNKDV .n Assessor Tho Jessamine Journal reports sales seems to hfivo talent. O. W. DEHORD Jailer of 14 weanling mules at $22 to $30. Miss Strange I should my sho hnd In selecting a stock that we can point to with a patdonablc pride as to IeaHC Johnson, talent- - Sho can compose music; she being unsurpassed in Central Ky. in combination of Assortment, Elc John Murphy sold Gov. McKinlky had to stay in Ohio to of Boyle, a lot of corn in tho field at $2 can talk French nnd Italtnn; sho gancc and Low Prices. Though we have always been acknowledged is keep his militia from killing all the Tho Jessamine County Fair Compa paints, and next month sho going to marry a man worth n quarter of u leaders in Moots and Shoes, still our stock this season places us so white people who wanted to kiil a negro ny will hold a two dayB' record mooting million. Talent Is no name for it; for committing a rape on a whito woman, at Nlcholasvllle, Ociobor sho has positive genius. Alex Sweet, that all ag adeo he did not appear in Louisville Wheat sold In New York, Oct. 15th, in Texas Sittings. vertised. He also had to cancel his ens per bushel, tho lowest at53 Tho Uso of ProfoMor.' gngement at Nashville, but went though known In that market. price ever Winks Who is this man who signs Some fly up the creek scribbler at Danto New Orleans to conon a special train Poor & Emdry, of this county, have S. regdole with the sugar makers over the ville telegraphs the Cincinnati Commer- bought to dato about 860 cattlo for slop- Ids namo "J. Smith" on tho hotel We askyou to come in and sec our ladies' 90c Shoe. The beauty ister? a cial Gazotto that Dr. Roberts is likely to stoppage of the Meal in the shape of ping at an average of SJc, Lancaster Blnks Oh, he's tho senior professor and excellancc of it will surprise you. Our line of Cloaks comprise bounty that the democrats had effected. beat Gov. McCreary. Such an assertion Record. of Latin at Harvard college. all the latcst'designs in Black Cloth, Fur, &c. All direct from EasFortunately a large majority of the dem- is preposterous, but all the came it beWinks And who is this man who foreign wheat crop is reported The We can supply you in Men's Overcoats. Anything ocrats in Louisiana are not sugar makers hooves democrats to be on tho alert. Tho to the State Department at 1,430,410,000, signs himself "Professor Napoleon tern J Factories. democrats from principle, so the still hunt is a very low life way of hunt- which is 100,000,000 less than estimated Qulntus Curtius Jenks?" and are from theheaviest ulster to the Blnks Oh, he's a New York chiropohigh priest of protection will likely have ing, but it sometimes bags the game. consumption. dist Somervillo Journal. his labor for his pains. En route South K. L. Tanner bought of A. O. Dunn NEWSY NOTES. importuned for a speech Life' Problem 8oIti1. the "jmv" was his farm of 140 acres Bituated near Mc- Tired Tim Wot's that you say? at Lexington and he made a short one Jamea Anthony Froude, tho emi- Kinney for $0,000. Lookln' fcr work? Extra length, box style. In fact you will find our stock complete and appealing to the voters to elect Denny to nent historian, died at London. Tho colt Llmonero, that won tho Wayfaring William Yep, I ain't no Congress and further the cause of protecThe Kentucky State League of Dem- Stallion Representative Stake at Lexing- tramp. I work on farfns. Hut I never prices at last reached that rockbottom basis so long looked for. Wc tion. ' There is a great deal at stake for ocratic Clubs will meet at Lexington, ton, wbb onco owned by JohnEoRleman, stay in one sltyotlon more'n a week. advise you to come in and sec us early this week as our capacity is McKinley in the present campaign. If Oct. 30. "Why not?" formerly of this place. taxed to the utmost at all times to wait on the immense number of his theory carries and the next House of "Well, by thnt tlmo tho folks generGeorge Jones, of Indiana, committed hogs at 5c, Sales of who arc anxicus to buy goods where they can be had the Congress is republican, he will be the suicide because he lost his right arm by steers at 3J and 25 mixed mule ally stops trcatin' mo as company, and people wants mo to work." N. Y. Weekly. party's logical candidate for pres'dent; an accident. cheapest. But should you not get in until the last cf the week we colts at $19.30 aro reported in the otherwise not, very decidedly. A Maryland mob hung a negro brute Democrat. ask that you Almost Anywhcrti Would !). Marlborough for criminal asE. L. Davis sold recently to Mr. A. Mrs. Twickenham I'm so glad you majesty of its law, at Upper Onio upheld the sault on an old lady. R. Pritchett, of Favette county, 20 yearand your wife havo dropped in. but at a fearful cost. The troops were Dimplcton Yes; my wife has been In Smith Young, colored, was senten- ling cattle, avering about SOO pounds at called out to protect the negro rapist ced to tho house for two days, oud I told her Wc will have our force increased and sec that no one goes away disbe hung at Loulav.lle for raping 3,centa. Midway Clipper. from a mob, at Washington 0. H., and sho must get out sho must go somefc S. B. Muir largo Jessamine child. a E.-Don't fail to come in and get an unsurpassed view of when it attempted to take him whether where. That's tho point I told her It appointed. The independent ticket selected for county farmers have assigned with lia- didn't ninko much difference where. or no, the volley of musketry played county good value and low prices. offices in Fayetto is ofl. None of bilities of $75,000. Bad Western Invest-ment- Brooklyn Life. havoc in the ranks. Four were killed, those named would rnn. ' caused the failure. two more win die and 15 or 20 were A Klrulljr SuERettlon. A ticket scalper at Fort Worth, TexRalph Wilkea reduced his record wounded. The negro was then disguis- as, was given Purchaser (angrily) That cheap suit years for changing from 2:031 to 2:00j in a race against time three you sold mo a few weeks ago has gone ed as a soldier and spirited off to the at Nashville. Hal Dillard 2:001, pacing, all to pieces. was safely landed. the destination of a ticket. panltentiary where he Mlsa Elizabeth Cartney, a New York reduced his record to 2:04 J. Dealer (benevolently) Jlein iricnt. The people raged over the act of the milmilliner, broke a blood vessel while Z. T. Ohrlsman, proprietor of the you dakc do ndvizo off un olt man vot itary, but the officers were sworn to do laughing, and died instantly. Jessamine Btock farm of 480 acreB and knows ue eloulng trauo una uont puy their duty and were bound to protect a sheap suit next time. Let mo show A large portion of the Tredegor of 75 horses, assigned SaturA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor goots. N. Y. you zomo their prisoner at any cost. It may be a Iron works at Richmond, Va., was de- the ownor liabilities of $50,000. day, with cases require Weekly. heroic remedv, but virulent T. D. RANEY, Manager. stroyed by fire. Loss, $150,000. James Goff sold last week to S. D. such treatment. Kentucky officers might Arizona Hocietj 'oto. Dispatches from Wheeling, W. Va., Goff 100 feeding cattle; 80 choice ones at learn a profitable lesson from the Ohio state Broncho I'eto I'vo got to go to tho Branch Stores. that the price of wool has risen 3jcts., and remainder ranging down to dance down at Dcadman's incident. and is yet rising in that section. 3icta. Winchester Democrat. Gulch. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, to Always in the lead with the latest and G. T. Lackey will ship Jake What for? W. T. Martin, of Meridian, Miss., in Broncho Pete Editor of tho Moun- Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. most improved machinery for the rapid a fit of anger, whipped bis little daugh- Judge Sterling F. Grimes at Cuero, Texwork on the great Courier-Journa- l, ter to death with a leather strap. execution-obrown mare for which tain E:ho asked mo to get him n list of as, his nice little tho killed and Injured. Puck. freight is $41.50. Mr. W. N. Haldeman, has reReports from Congressman Wilson's he gets $200. The Merganthaler linotypea placed the old James Bibb bought of Daniel Mor lie Drew the Line. district are favorable to his re election, Chicago Justice You aro hereby with now ones faster and better than the gan OS acres of land on tho Hcstonvllle in spite of the desperate fight against old. This has been a bad year for newspike, opposite Bailey Hill's, lor si.uw. sentenced to thirty days' confinement water. has not him. papers, but the Courier-JournMr. Bibb Bold to Fred Bishop nine calves on a diet of bread and easy on a poor If you want to go to China and see at $9. Drunken Culprit Bo outlay felt tho hard times, as this heavy wretch, judge, an' mako It hangin'. the heathens flight, you can do so for J. A. & S. T. Harris bought from va- Tho bread's nil right, but I can't go tho proves. Always improying our metro$258.25, that being the rate fixed last Worth $3.50 to close at $1.50. 550 pair. rious parties 50 1,200 pound feeders at water. Arkansaw Traveler. politan daily has gone a -- ay out of Bight Wc will continue to offer during the week 550 pairs fine custom-madean- d 3 to M. Thev also Bold to Monte Fox for paper in the South and is fully week. from any Five men were killed and others in- Goldsmith 66 extra good 1,000 pound An Kcotlit' Plaint. hand turned Shoes, button or lace, at one-hal- f piicc. Styles abreast with the most enterprising in the Do Bussey (moodily) I know only of toes, Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Round, Common Sense, juredby explosions of blasting powder cattle at 5c. whole country. two men whom I can really call my Narrow, Square, A, B, C, D and E. lasts. These goods arc worth near Summit, on the Chicago drainage The Stock Farm Bays mat tne onre friends. is now making canal. Hon. Geohoe E. Stone anywhere S3 and S3. 50 per pair. Our price to close out S1.50. famous pacing stallion, Victor Mazzone quiet interest) Miss Sevcro The State Bankers' Association fin- is almost "a wreck of his former eell't And may I nsk (with the mountain counties of his district ring man's name, tho other with his superb oratory and will hardly ished its business at Faducah and ad- and Mr. J. It. Farris thinks he will no Mr. Do Bussey? Life. sleep till the day of election, which journed after deciding to meet ntjxt year be fit for a race'lhis year. A Sad Cnio. promises him so much. Jude R. J. atOwensboro. Latest Style Fall Hats at One Half their value. One lot mens' hats John Sandidge has recently sold his Ho heaved a sorrowful sigh. Liberty James WilliamB, a At Eminence Breckinridge spoke for him at A weepful tour ho wept, farm of ISO acres (tho John Shelby place)-lyinworth S2.50, slightly damaged, our price to close, 50c. Mens' soft Ills love had bidden him "cood-by- " yesterday and Judge M. C. Saufley has young whito man, shot and fatally near Shelby City, to Thomas and stiff, all shades and shapes, regular S3 and $. hat grades, your And all his presents kept. promised to make two speeches iu Wayne wounded MattSheriey, a negro woman, of Danville, at $57 50 per acre Otnahn World. choice at Si. 50. Mens' crushers, 25c, 35c and 15c, worth double. county, Senator Blackburn has also and Frank Booker, a white man. Hustonville Cor. Danville Advocate. Remember wc will be with you but a short while now. promised to make some speeches in the Corbett says the purso is a miuor Thos. McClintock reports thesalo of VEW ADVKRTlHKMKNTh i, district. The signH of democratic suc- consideration with him in his anticipa- 12 aged mules to W. O. Wood, of cess in the 11th increase as the days go ted fight with Fitzsimmons and that any W. B JON8. J, T JOrtES, MCI-'$100 per head; average weight at thing will be satisfactory with him from 1,200 lbs. Mr. McClintock claims that by and tUe rads get further apart. $5 up. sales are harder to make and prices lowMr. Richard Godson, the only rural Mrs. Docia Landers, wife of Capt. er than he ever knew them. Oarlislo rooster of the Kentucky press who ever Landers, whose husband was killed & Mercury. went to Europe on his own hook, is back while coupling cars on the C. S. at docided that It was a dead The judges Ky. after a three monthB stay. He spent sued the company for $20,000 heat between Robert J. and John R. Sole proprietors Dean's Wick Diinond Roof London, where he Borne time in and near Paint Estimates furnuned for ruinllnj Wood, damages. My stock of Gentry at Naihville, but they came near Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Ouaranterd. has relatives, and mad brief sojourns in Hardin county has spent $47,132,11 being mobbed for it,.as it is claimed that All rood painted with Dean'a HUck Dumon I cisguaranteed for years Dealer In France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, improving her county roada this sumwas fairly entitled to it. There Paint Pumps and Galvaniml Iron Kilters. b't tern Belgium and Holland. Dick's an old mer. There is not a man in the county wtsonlyono heat as Gentry got hurt and bachelor with an eye for beautiful and who is not well pleased with his investall bets were declared off. !. : he candidly admitted that he saw more ment. The Advocate reports a largo crowd Kentucky in a half day pretty women in A mob is after a white brute for out- at Mt. Sterling, court day.ttnd 3,000 catCommencing at o'clock on the alteraooa of than he did all the time he was in for- raging a girl at Osawatomie, tle of good quality on the market. Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. eign lands. 1894, Kan. A negro who outraged a three-yea- r Cowb rud heifers sold from 2 to 2J cents; TUESDAY, OCT. mile old child at Hlcksville, O., was quiet- good feeders Bold from 3 to 3J cents; On the MUledgevilU & Stanford pike. Instead of filling the editorial columns Irotn McCorraacVi church, ( will sell at public of the Mt. Vernon Eagle with bright and ly placed in jail. light feeders, 2 to 3 cents. Aged mules sal my personalty, consisting of 4 Work Mules, and heifer, HorsAt St Paul, Friday, Charles Erm-isc- h Bold from $50 to $85; mule colts from $35 Jersey Ilclfer, good Milk Coir Phaeton Horse, crisp scintillations from his brain, Bror es, including extra Kood family good family Phaeton Marr, 1 good Mares, and othand Otto Wonikeit paid the penalty to $55. extra Smith gives advice to mothers Ally. 17 Hogs, 75 Barrels of Corn, Wc are receiving a full line of Thomas Motcalf, Wilmore, Bold thfe nice yearling ers about how to cure tho croup and for their crime. They killed William l.bone wjfon. Motrins! Machine, t hav rate. JobnB, Danville, blue grass Header and other farming Implements, Bnch things, of which a bachelor is Lindboff, a bar tender, while robbing a waW tn, iWoodcock & Plows, hoes, harrow, Ac, a lot of new flat rails 28 head of thoroughbred cattle, average and too locust posts, 4 stands of bees, some houseas ignorant as a hog is of holiday. Get a saloon on May 2. Tho drouth In Woodford county Is weight. 1,200 pounds, at 3 cents. They hold and kitchen furniture. $10, cash in hand; ov. move on yourself, old fellow, and wait Tkrmi. All sums under we should not only affecting the crops and live were all dehorned, and are said to be as er that amount a credit of is months without intill you get to be a mother, II. H.MAHCUM. Bold in terest. say father, before you essay to give ad- stock, but has prevented the distilleries fine a lot of cattle as has been along time. Mr. Metcalf from starting up, as they can not get wa- Jessamine for vice of such character. Zincs, Pokers, Tongs, &c. ter enough to run. bought of J. A. Foster, a lot of 1,200 pound Journal. Hon. Albert S. Berry succeeded in A New York jury has awarded Mlsa cattle at 3Jc Jessamine The undersigned committee will until Thursdowning all opposition and was nomina- Harriet Monroe judgment for $5,000 in Thomaa Ware is delivering to FerOct. 15, i8of , receive scaled bids for the pauhimself in her suit against the New York World ris & Whitley 400 barrels of corn sold day.practice of Lincoln county for the ensuing per ted by acclamation to succeed be subdivided according to the old magCongress. The' convention, which was for premature publication of her copy- during the summer at $1.00 at tue neap. year, topreciuc's. Ibe following are maxlmnm isterial . will be Can sell them at prices never brfore known. We makc'fall of our held at Walton, endorsed the adminis- righted Columbian Ode. warrT At Whltlev bought yesterday a pnees which Precinct paid: ....$150 00 Stanford feeders at 3c, and of Mr. Cleveland and declared Turnersvillo" tration The battle against death at tho bed- bunch of 7oo own pipe and can fit any stove. So 00 Hustonville " for John G. Carlisle, as the logical candi- side of the Czar is no longer with the a small bunch from Joe Mcuoweu ai me too 00 Crab Orch'd " " Highland, 70 0 date for the presidency in 1890. hope of saving him. The physicians are same price. Same urm uougut w ui- too 00 Waynesburg " 30 00 Walnut Flat " devoting themselves to the task of avert- rels of corn of various parties ai ji.oj iu " 50 00 Hubble, Theiie never was such a thirst for of- ing the end until tho marriage of the $2 at the heap. Rids for jail practice will bo received at the seems to animate the bosom W E VAKNON. fice as now race at juyeiic same time. Czarewltch to the Princess Alls can take The Directum-Ali- x G. B. COOPER, of tho average man. The other day the place. ' J. II. PAXTON, is expected that the betrothal Park, Boston, Saturday was a disappoint It of the court of Committee. 5 assistant Bergeant-at-arm- s n,i Directum was out of will occur Wednesday. appeals died. The position is one of litGov. McKinley, at New Orleans ex- shape and the game little mare had no PUBLIC SAUG ! tle honor and small emoluments, yet 25 tended the right hand of fellowship to trouble in winning tne nrsi uem iu mo men are now Btriving to get the appoint- the Louisiana Bugar planters, who regard I wiltt offer for sale on slow time of 2:09. The second Beat sue ment. Surely our people are office mad. his sugar bounty scheme as the perfecwith Directum four Oct. came in in a walk 1894, the Friend and foe will join In sorrow tion of legislation for their interest. longths behind in 2:14?. T&e ueretoiore At 3 P. M.. on the premises, the propertyon ol Main Ii RectiTinf His was men y,huuiuii late John M. McKoborts.Sr., situated with Gov. Brown over tho loss of his From a platform decorated with Bugar-can- unbeaten Directum opposite the Female College, Said prop street, tho apostle of protection welcom.i 0nrinHrv took him in charge. erty will be offered in two separate lots, and then -:- : lovely young daughter, Mira Susan, who given Mr as a whole. Possession given Jan. i, 1S9J. One. ed them into the republican fold and The purse of $10,000 was then aged 22. 6, and balance Jan. 1, third payable July 1, '95, died Saturday, Allx racing qual bearing 0 per cent, interest fro n fan. 1, 1895. Casslus M. Clay, Jr., is very ill at abused the democratic party for shutting Salisbury, who owns Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. W, H. HIGqiNS, ixor. the treasury against them. ities. i Ashland. . v court, granted Mr. Colson an Injunction against tho county clerks, restraining them from omitting Colson'B name from tho ballots, a rather Irregular proceeding after Judge Sanfley had granted Col. Adams an Injunction to restrain them from putting Colson'B namo on the ballots. The question will bo settled before Judge Morrow on tho Sith, Judge Saufley having acted only because of the absence of Judge Morrow, and fixed a date for the hearing of the order. He has nothing further to do in tho premises and if there is any contempt of tho order it will bo punished by Judge Morrow. Lawyers toll us that tho injunction of Judge SauHej, being the first, has tho precedence and that Jones' order Is void, else there would bo no yaluo in a restraining order, If judges of equal jurisdiction could eot it aside without tho Such proceeding facts Veing heard. would result in inextricable confusion and bring the law into contempt. Judge Jonbb, of the Adair circuit Tho turf congress has adopted a resolution in opposition to racing during the months of Decetnbor, January and Feb-nary, The democrats campaign oomtnlttee n Illinois is figuring on 10,000 plurality fortho head of Its tlckot, while tho republicans expect to win by 30,000. r.inJT TfkrBef Not a VugUUt. Mother What strnngt) boyfcvas you wcro plnylng" with? Small Boy Jim. "Jim who?" that THE JUDGE'S INSTRUCTIONS. "I don't know." TIME : NOR : MONEY 30-3- Competition is Left Behind FALL WEIGHT OVERCOAT, 225-pou- 900-pou- Har-rodsbu- rg BE A LITTLE PATIENT, ld B. a LOUISVILLE : STORE, STA1TTO.RD. K"2, high-price- d to-nig- ht to-da- y Fivo-FIngere- d f Selling OutI Selling Out! al HOES. HATS. ex-po- rt 800 800 g ts, -- Miss-isipp- JOITES BROS,, Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works, More-land.h- as FALL GOOD H. Bo Fo oMDNM & SON SI G-n- trj 67-l- m PUBLIC V Hoods, Boots. SALE Clothing, Furnishing 30, 1 1 J.McROBERTS. 1 1 1 1 Stoves, Moards, Coal Hods, j To Fh.ysioian.3. Come in and See Them, "W. 1,100-poun- d. H. WEAKEN & CO. H.G.R0PLEY,-- D fri. Saturday, 27th, e, FALL-:- - AND WINTER GOODS. 60-t- d .v- - -- Jf. . ,. . . btAiil &&test&L Semi-Week- ly I We commend the perusal of the comDO YOU NEED munication signed "Domocrat" on our 8idx combs, hair pins at Danks'. first pago. It will help the Pay your 1801 taxes at onco and save greatly. We lit spectacles. Dank, the Jew 0 per BrANFORD, Kir., OcTonnn 23, 1894 cont. J. N. Menefee, sheriff. eler. Tub Central University Foot Ball team Water is extremely scarce in the defeated the Louisville Athletic Club on Nick line ol cooking and heating stoves Waynesburgand Kingsville sections and their own grounds Saturday 28 to 0, but E. C. Walton, Business Manager at Karris & Hardin's. Wc wells and springs that have heretofore tho Centre Collego team was bested by Chestnuts aro plentiful and nro sell- bqan considered never failing ore now the Vanderbilte at Nsshvllle 0 to 0. MEANS IU8INESS. . dry. Stock water la also hard to find. ing at $1.00 pur bushel. FIT SCIENTIFICALLY. Boy your school uuokb and school sup Mn. James H. Caktkr Is obout comHides. Highest market prlco paid for The fiscal court of Bourbon voted Com- pleting a handsome residence near his plies oi all kinds nt A. It. 1'unny's. monwealth's Attorney Smith a supple- Btore on Halls Gap. Three springs on Watch kr, clocks and jewelry repaired them in cash by M. F. Elkin. No Charge for Examination. Will guarantee a Fit or no Pay. . And warranted. Engrnviuvc a specialty, mental amount of $500 to his salary. lv you want nn artistically finished Surely tho four counties of this district hia farm are tho headwaters of Logans A. It. 1'onny's. at Creek, Huck creek and Green river. Tub largest stock of Drugs, Medicines, picture go to Ejrp's Art Gallery, Stan' will together give that amount to . . Perfumory, Faints and Wail Papor at ford. . Tiik following ticket I ma been selected Attorney John S. Owsley, A. K. Penny's, Inscriptions n specialfor trustees of tho town of Rowland: ty. TwocottMges on Whitley Avenue for Jr. Tho nalary of 5500 paid by the State rent at St) each pur month. Miller fc is far too small to support a man and Harry Dunn, W, M. Tapp, John W. FU PERSONAL POINTS. family. Besides ho deserves every cent Flowers, Win. Bunn and Alfre'd Haley; . Helm. . for polico judge, WHUb C. Baruett, una ho onke. Mns. Jkn.nik Dunn Ih very ill at JudRO (inoiioK, sun of J. 0. Florence, was semarshal, T. D. Martin, 8 m (ley's. While wo have an abiding faith in the Has just what people want. Lowest prices, the latest styles and the verely hurt about tho knee while playMhh. J. Q. Oari'Kntkh is visiting in honor of Lincoln county democrats and The democrat who Is one for ing Friday. Grab Orchard. are hopeful of the best results, the polit- revenue only and goee back on his party Meat cutters, butcher knives, sausage ical outlook ia not so good as we would because it does not keep him office, or John It. Famiis, of Loxlngton, spent in machines, coal hods, vases and fire sets like to havo it. Tho democratic ticket SantJay with friends hero. acts exactly as ho wants It, is one of tho Mk. J. II. Nunnkllky, of Every where, at Forris & Hardin's. will doubtless be elected, but good and yellow dog variety, and ought to shinny is visiting his parents hero. goods of all kinds and a big lot of strong effbrta from now till election day. on the republican Bide now and alwaya. Nuw Mns, Jebsir Moor.it, of Bucnn Vista, Zeigler shoes just received at 8. II. will be necessary to accomplish it. Lot Such men are worse than straight out ever brought to Stanford. I will complete my new price list this H. Cook. Ga., ia visiting Men. L. every true democrat pull off his coat and enemies to any cause. Shanks'. Call and see. week and OTHER HOUSES WILL BE NO MORE IN IT. Mns. M, K. Loud and Mrs. T. II. Saun roll up his sleeves and wo shall havo a Marshal Newland filed yesterday, dors havo ruth rued from Louisvillo. Jp your hair is falling out go to Wilk- glorious victory to record on Nov. G. Come to headquarters. I have made the prices since my embark-men- t, too lato for publication in this issue, noMiss Annik IIalk has been the guest inson's and have it stopped. He has a and will continue to make my customers prices that will cerThe Caledonians hardly maintained tice of sale for taxes of tho lands of Mrs. of Miss Katin Leo Yeager, of Boyle. suro cure for scalp trouble. . their reputation as entertainers at their M. J. Miller and J. S. Murphy lying in tainly induce them to pay cash. Call and see my elegantFall stock. Miui. J. .W. Babtin, of Pittsburg, Is Fon Rent. Residence occupied by B last meeting, but they plead a lack of town. He also advertises property of Holiday, birth-da- y and wedding presents. visiting Mrs. A. 0. Martin, at Saulley. Mips Katk Hundley, of loxlngton, K. Wearen. Price 115, monthly pay- preparation, which la hardly a good ex- Messrs. D. W. Vandeveer, W. P. Tate, W. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel ments. Thoa. Richards, Stanford. cuse (pr such occasions. Mr. S. W. Men H. S. Withers, J. P. Bailey, S. J. Etnbry, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Hundley. efeo welcomed tho audience in an imMn. 0. E Tat went to Cincinnati - OH! Another attempt to sell that, great promptu speech, in which ho got a little J. M. Mcltoberte, A. D. Root, S. H. yesterday to replenish his stock of goods. white elephant, the Four Seasons Hotel, Baughman, Mrs. Lou Shanks and Mrs. mixed, but succeeded in getting there Baker for town taxes on lands inside of Mips Evelyn Buchanan, of Crab at Harrogate, Tenn., will be mado Nov all the hhhio. ABhby M. Warren recited in town limits. Orchard, la visiting Miss Ewlo Burch. 20. tiis uauxily fine manner and Mies Nora Miss Suhik Lasmy spent several days Circuit Court. Promptly at 0:30 yesWs will give ono ticket on a 150 sow- Morels mi sang a eong in her sweetest way with Mrs. Sou Holmes, in the East End. and ah loudly encored, but the gem of terday the deep sounding tones of tho Mr. Uillik It. Colli, the lecturer, is ing machine for ovory $2 50 spent with bell announced that the "big hero arranging for a dato In November us until Jan. 1, '93. W. H. Wearen A the evening was the nolo by Miss Mary Coneu, tho accomplished music teacher court" was about to begin and in a few Youso, of Lancaster, Co. Mns. Mollis the College. Her selection was "Dear minutes Deputy Sheriff Sam Menefee took tho train here yesterday for Louis While you are in Stanford during at Heart," and her fine soprano voice gave with great dignity said: "Hear ye, hear vllle. court call at E. Wilkinson's barber shop All made so by buying goods Mum Maiiy McKi.nnsy Is down with a a sweetness rarely heard. She was ye, the circuit court of the 13th judicial and got a quick shnvo and a stylish hair- it severe cold at hur sister, Mrs. W. M. encored to the echo and responded in district of the Stato of Kentucky sitting from the Great Empcrium of cut. .. Bright' another pleasing selection. Mies Ethyl for and within the county of Lincoln is Death. A young son of Constablo T. Ueazley, who always does well, recited now open for the transaction of business, Miso Nkttie Wbay Is eomo better, but Fashion. They have bought their Dwlght Itoot, Jr., who has typhoid fover, J. Benedict died Saturday of diptheria very gracefully, and the debate "Wheth- tho Hon. M. O. Saufley, judge presiding." , winter wraps, winter dress goods, and two of his children aro now down er it is better to have Loved and Lost The grand jurors were then sworn in as Is very HI. , Mr. M. F. Hkhhino and family have with that fearful disease. than nover to have Loved at all" was an- IoIIowb: O. A. Redd, L. C Carpenter, T. shoes, winter underwear, the moved Into W. II. Anderson's property L. Beszley and W. M. Holmes, J. M. White, G. B. Barnett, McCreary spoke at Mt. Vernon nounced. Messrs. J. Gov. on Somerset street. most stylish and the mostcomfort-abl- ej U. Shanks spoke for tho affirmative and T. W. NBpler, Frank Rigney, M. N. L. K. Wells, Dan Holman, L. M. of Parksville, who yesterday and today will address the good S. W. Menoleo and W. S. Borch for the Mrs. Marshall, 2Jth negative. Tho judges, made, from us and for less has been visiting Mrs. T. P. Hill, return- people at, Brodhead. Dr. J. G. Carpen- LaBley and G. W. Evans. At the request he Is to speak at Livingston. ed home yesterday. ter, Will Gainea and M. F. Elkin, decid- of the judge County Attorney Joseph B. money than ever before. Would 9 . Mit. and Mrs. John Lke Klkin and The saw and planing mill of J. L. ed for tho affirmative. Editor E. C. Paxton delivered the charge, which' he Miss Josle Bradloy. of Harrodsburg, have Johnson, near Kingaville, burned Satur- Gaines then read the "Whangdoodle," did in a full and comprehensive manner. you wear the Jsame broad smile? been visiting relatives here. day. It ia thought that the mill caught In which some bon mots appeared in a L. M. LaBley was appointed foreman aud Then come and do likewise and Mr. J. G. Dinky Is In Lexington at from burning saw dust near by. wilderness of hoary chestnuts. Tho next hen the petit jurors were announced as tending to Georgo Denny's businetsff meeting will be held two weekB later, follows: W. M. Dudderar, B. G. Gover, do not run away from home to Jo Williman, tho hustling merchant when tho boys promise to bo in better Thos. Simpson, J. E. Wright, Frank Cor fairs while that gentleman ia make his of Jumbo, has bought of Uapt. I. N shape to discuss tno question selected. canvass. buy inferior styles and qualities dier, Wm. Holman, Jerry Briscoe, A. M . Mrs. Bxttis 0. McKinney and Miss Johnson his saw and grist mill and will Frye, W. M. Lackey, Je8s Huston, J. M" at ahighprice.ftExamine first The fickleness ol a woman's heart Iisb Sibold.J.T. Chad wick, Reuben Curtis, W, Nannio Baughnun returned from Mar- operate them both near his place of busveryssadly demonstrated to Mr. EJ F. Abrahams, been tinsville, Intl., yesterday, very much Ira iness. Joslah Bishop, A. B. Mcour stylish cloaks and wraps, our . Powell, of the West End. After paying Kinney, David proved in health. Scott, A. M. Pence, Ed Ocr democratic fneud, Mr. It. It. Gen- his devoirs to Miss Bessio Moore for a Miller, John Tucker, J. R. Halec, F. Mr. J. B. Cook, of the Internal Reve- try, Is raising a family of girls. His wife new weaves and figures in dress long timo, bo at length secured from her nue service, who is now getting a holiCicero Reynolds, W. H. Dudderyoung presented uun witn anotner tine goods, new underwear, new shoes a confession of love and a promise to day bo don't ao much onjoy, and Mr. lady Tuesday night. The father, mother marry him. Tho wedding was fixed for to ar. James Reld were here yesterday. On the call of the docket a number of new and cheap things out. and baby aro all doing well. day, the attendants selected and friends cases were continued. James May field, new clothing, and all the Late advices from the bedside of Hon. J. N. Saunders at Springfield are to the Ma. K. L. Tanner has traded his tlour invited to witness the union of "two for carrying concealed weapons, has left effect that ho had recovered from a re- ing mill at McKinney to J.E. Tomlinson souls with but a single thought, two the country nnd tho caso was dismissed, lapse and was on a fair road to conva- A Co., for their storo and some real es- hearts that beat as ono." But there is ns were the cases against Sam Becker for lescence. tate at Somerset. One of Mr. Tanner's many a slip 'twixt tho cup and tho lip thosamo offense and James Vanhook THEY ARE Messrs. JakkJoski'h and W. F. Hen' sons will likely run the storo traded for. and Mr. Powell, who is an exceedingly for breach of the peace. nlcayoungman, can console himself with ry, of Lancaster, and Will Speed, of SomA tho Editor Ciusnct, ol tiio JJorbin Enter- the thought, that ho is fortunate in not was jury inand n cuse of Alonzo Baker assisted the members of Diadem erset, good case was being sworn Lodge 2?o, SI , K, of P. In conferring tho prise, Bitys that our statement is false having been ',bound to a woman who made out against him for carrying conwith reference to a scarcity of water at could play so falsely. Thursday night Knight rank Thursday night. weapons, when it was discovered Corbin and then virtually admits lie Mies Moore, who is a niece of Prof. A. A. cealed Mn, W. Lcti Evanb and brldo returnthat by an inexcusable oversight tho ju ed Sunday morning from their bridal truth, except that he says tho wells there Nelson, of Contro College, Danville, and rors had not been asked if they wero on tour and nro now cozlly domiciled at the aro still furnishing n full Biipply of drink- makes her homo with him, went with the grand jury that indicted him. Three Myers Houso. Thoy spent tho ilrat Sun- ing waier. But who would drink wato several others to spend the evening with of them were, bo Mr. Baker went free. The Bargains We Are Showing In Misu Jonniu McKinney. Messrs. Bev day of their married life with Mrs. Ev- out of a typhoid fever breeding well? Ido Austin, gaming, will be tried ans' mother at Hustonville. The trustee of the jury fuud, Mr. G Batterton and Frank Rend were in the Wednesday, if the order for tho arrest of took the young lady to witnesses can be surved. Tiosley Mr. 0. E. Woods, of tho Richmond L.fPonny, is now paying the jurors for Register, was elected Grand Recorder at tho June court, tho money having bo in the real man of her choice, Mr. Wm. for carrying concealed weapons, tho National Convention of tho Sigma turned over by the sheriff on tho order Stodghill, and then with Misses Mary plead former conviction for the offense Nu Fraternity at Indianapolis. This oflho auditor. If there is any troublo Batterton and Bessie Read went with in which the pistol was drawn and he to Cincinnati, whore in the parlors waa discharged. Jim Owsley, for rungives him tho editorial management of about the payment of the feea at this them tho official organ of tho fraternity, which terufof "tile court, tho jurors can call at of tho Grand Hotel, they wero made ning into Squiro E. B. Caldwell, Jr.'s husband and wife. Mr. Stodghill is sec wagon, was acquitted, tho squire not will pay him 11,000 a year. Tho complithis office and havo their claims cashed retary and treasurer, of tho Kentucky wishing to prosecute hira. Obas. Wake ment could not liavu been more worthily for a small per cent. bestowed. Stock Farm Publishing Co., and will con field, malicious woundintr, was not presWhether you be friend or foe to us you should make your MBua. It. G. Williams, of Mt. Vtr A rei'UIilican friend auggvsta that tho tinue to live in Lexington. ent, bo bis bond was declared forfeited Montgom- picturo we printed in our lost was more non, Ulle J. Howard and dollars buy as much as possible for your self, your Tue Danville Advocate growa hilarious nnd order of arrest issued. H. H. Wade, ery, of Ghent, who ar'o attending tho like tho editor than tbo republican can for selling liquor to minor, was acquitted law department of Centre Collego, weie didato for county judge. As a matter of over tho alleged shortness of the water and Joseph Coffey in one caso and Thos. up Saturday to see Borne of our prettiest fact and to please our friend wo will Bay supply herojand says tho bottom of our two for the same offense, were girls. Mr. Howard is a brother of Mit a that It was our picturo. Moreover the reservoir Is conspicuous for its promi- Dalton in Our friend is smarter than ho is fined respectively 50 and $100. Gertrude Howard, formerly of tho col- sketch accompanying it did not say it was nence. In the afternoon the judgments againit lege faculty here, and her friends were a picture of beautiful and accomplished wiso. This has boen an exceptionally dry year and yet we havo all tho water Joe Coffdy and Thomas Dalton, which delighted to see him. Come and spend your cash with us; we are selling goods lower head ot the republican party in Lincoln we can uso of a very oxcellent quality. had been entered by default of their at county. Our critic should read with his than they were ever sold in, Stanford. CITY AND VICINITY. Tho only trouble is that we have not res- torney to answer, he being at the time specs on. out of tho court room, were set asido ervoir capacity sufficient for such a Trade with Danks, the jeweler. And still it raineth not. The cry for drouth, although there are two of good and on the trial of the cases they were "Fair, cooler Tuejday morning." water goes up from all over tho county, Biro. The bottom of the one our funny both acquitted. Curtis Gover, soiling whisky to inemany farmes having to haul it for miles man saw waa that of the one that is beWkddino presents in great variety at briate, acquitted. P. W. Green was acto their stock. Mr. Joseph McOlary, Sr.i ing deepened and enlarged. Thero has Danks', the Joweler. two cases for Belling minor tells ub that Dix River, from which Dan- been no lack of water tor all the purpos- quitted in es in town, including the mills, butSupt. liquor. J. W. James dismissed in one Don't buy cloaks or wraps without ville is to get its supply of water, has selling liquor to inebriate and calling on us. Hughes A Tate. ceased to run, it being lower now than in Hayden did ask the railroad company, case for cases for selling unlawfully the 27 years he has lived near It. The which was using over 100,000 gallons a other five Ik you want clothing or shoes and prospect for rnin Beema to havo passed day to do with as small a quantity as held up to await decision of court of ap- Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to L. A N. R. R., for trespass, two boots como to us. Hughes A Tate. Stanford. WTe also lead in and no promiBO is held out for it by the possible Tho company has stopped peals. washing its engines out at Rowland, but cases pet for Oct. 29. Jim Wickorsham, Born, to tho wife of Mr. Wm. Phillips, acnal service. It Is getting very near atill takes water for a dozen ormoro loco furnishing liquor on election day, disthe time some praying should be done, living on the Danvlllo plko, a motives. The present dry spell has missed at his costB. boy William Breckinridge. So far as we can gather tbo tactics of tauuhtthe water company a lesson that The five cases against Wm. and Mack ' Boss Davison is to lot the rest of tho re it will profit by. There is an inexhaus- Mooro for breach of tho peace were set The dwelling of W. H. Terry, near for next Thursday. WinfieldWare and Saturday, together with publican ticket but himself and tho mag- tible supply of puro water from dozen Jumbo, burned Waynes-bur- g Bprtng8anuin inturo bucu a aeason as Frank Hogue will havo a hearing on a good portion of the contents. Tho fire istrates in the Crab Orchard and Call and See a Beautiful Line. districts, go by the board and con. this will be prepared for. The water here Monday, next, was tho result of a defective flue and is nicely carpeted and forces on those three, so will always be pure and cool. When The rostrum centrato all tbo thero was no insurance. .. that he with his two henchmon if elect- Danville gets here it will. not only be hot thero is an air of neatness not usually Gait. Richards, manager of tho My- - ed could carry things his own way.j Af- in the summer from being in a stand noticeable. Tbo judge announced that ors House, will bo glad to see his many ter this year there will bo but four mag pipe, but it will smell so badly half the no one but the officers of tho court, the THE HERD OP friends and hayo them stop with him istrates in the county and those with the year that our Danville friends will have lawyers, tho jurors and others having ,wbon in town. Remember him wheu county iudgo will form the fiscal court. to mix tho mean whisky they get from business within the bar would be permit you come to circuit court. Should the three ho elected, tho republi their blind tigers with it to make ted there. Sam Owens saya the judge ... . It. H. Pror, havo a majority. Are tbo dem- it at all palatable. Wo nover laugh at also Baid he would enter a fine of $5 Tub L. A N. will soil round trip tick- cans will Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky ocrats ready to turn over the affairs of our unfortunate friends, however,' but against any man who dared expectorate ets to Louisville at one fare Oct. 23 to 20, county to such an Irresponsible ot? we sincerely sympathize with the people on that carpet, but we did not hear it. with limit to 27th, on account of tho the Pigt foi ia!4 from the but trpei cf Rtgiitcred Driving Association If not let them enow their faith by their of Danville over vrbat they have got to He ought to say it, however, if ho didn't Louisville Fair and Stock. Breeders teemed from tha beet herd la several diUerent States. Correspondence Solicited to it too. and stick endure. works. and Stato Immigration Convention. Interior Journal Pay your 1891 Uue. Gentlemen, woar. Severance boo A our lino of Son. under 2l. weak-backe- d SPECTACLES? m m m BANKS, MM EA' the JL 'OTWJK-raB- m m rn VswrTKlTr!l) t yj JE&JmJm ... Most Complete Stock Of Furniture court-hous- e The Happy Faees m De-Pau- w, w, m m m -- jMm flUGHES & TATE. DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH ! ... Mer-aho- n, Cloaks, Dress Goods, Underwear, Hos- iery, Blankets, Gloves, Shoes, Flannels, Comforts,&c. d hard-earne- WIFE & CHILDREN'S SAKE. in gEVBRAJKCfl g & 8 BON. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. 12J-pou- i in i Queensware, , Glassware, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. ULUE-GUASS Duroc Red Jersey Swine Bronaugh, . ' .. ' M4lt4t& .i- - &. Vii,, . .III I Mil. '. II !! 1 - " '.' Myv' .' t- - "D" LS I' i ! V' h I l& ir i A i U' Seeking; n Separation. Buctuln'oArnlca Salve. $1,500 WANTED. Iper For twelve months. Will The beet (aire lor "Do you glvo gas here?" nsltcd a tores, ulcers, salt la the world sores,cuts, bruisett gne cent. Inter rheum, fever tetter, chip- est. Call s on security and bignt . g II. PAX TON, Attorney, Manfcid man yvhp .rushed into a ped hands) chilblains, corai and all skin J. Situated hall a mile West of McKtoney and tTlica n Defective foal In IJorn, "Who Taxi It positively cures piles, or no pay requir dentist's ofllco on Clark street vostcr- containinr ij acres cf Itnd in good ate ol cultiis guaranteed to give periect satisfaction ad. It vation. Possession given by Jan. lit, 1805. For Published Every Tuesday and Friday day morning. tr money refunded. Price J cents per boa. particulars appiy 10 Question I brod my roaro to a stand-fir- d For sal by A. R. Penny, Staninrd, Kv. EI). M. ESTES or JAS. W. OIVENS, "vo do," replica tlio dentist bred horse WI1011 tho colt was foalJ 83 IMCR YJCAR IIST AiCKiuney, ry. "Does it put a fellow to 6lccp?" ed, it was nu iuiiH'rfect ono ami would There no medicine so often needrd in every not to paid 32.60 will be charged.- "It does." nome anc m admirably adapieti to me pur pot liavo died had I not doctored it Will I "Souud asleep, so you can't wake lor which it is intended, as unsmoeriain a 1 DR. W. B. havo to pay for it, or can X collect dam-- him up?" 1'alm Jintdlv a week v,c uul wnat some membtrof the family has need of It, A toolhache ngos of thq .ownor for losing tho uso of "Yos" or headache may be cured by It. A touch of tho mare? rheumatism seere "You could breast his Jaw or gouge pain of a burnoror neuralgia quieted The and the scald promptly relieved Answer Thoro Is no Rcnoral rulo of out his cyo and ho wouldn't feel it?' Office South Side Main St., In office re ntly sore healed in much less time thau when medicine vaeated by Ur. Lee F. Ilulfmaa, Stanford, Ky. law or custom which will cover such has lobe sent lor, A sprain may be promptly "Ho would know nothing of it" When necessary. seisin, pases, out each 0110 depends for answer "How long does it maku him stay treated inbefore inflamatlon the time which iusures otherwito recure about upon its own ntnto of facts. Tho scrvico nsleop?" ' quired Cuts and bruises should receive immedi DliALEK IN- Me trratmcut is inado cither with or without n guarK. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Tho physical insensibility produced which can onlybefore the parts Lecome swollen, be done when Pain Halm la kept antee. If without n guarantee, then, to by inhaling the gas lnsts n minuto or at nana. i sore inroat may ue cureu oeioro ...,...Denlers n..... becomes serious. A tioubtcsome corn may hr e Train itavee nowiaud at 7:00 a. m., returning avoid payment of tho horvice, it would probably a llttlo less." : moved by applying it t ice a day for a weeL or at 5:101). m. lmvo to bo Miowii conclusively that tho "I guess that's long enough. Got It two. A lame back may be cured and severa! days L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of valuable time saved or a paiu in the side or imperfect colt was duo wholly to tho nil ready for a fellow to take?" a bill. Pro chest without "Yes. Take a scat in this chair and crea relieved bottliat paving J doctorwill never UjTpm stallion.) If it could bo shown that tho unco an you w cent Mail tram gong North..... Kv. ..133pm stallion had been getting just such im" South.. show mo your tooth." resret It. 11 51 pm Express train " South... . G. llocker, druggist, StanFor sale by Dr. perfect colts, iiuii that frequently, llliu ' "Tooth nothing!" Bald tho excited ,.311 4C1 North................... " , ford. ...... 030 am time tlio owner Knew or this fault, but caller, beginning rapidly to rcmovo his Local freight North... soutn., . coat and vest "I want you to pull a w,u ""'"-.uu nuuu. ui " GRAHAM The latter trains also carry passengers, Tha aba it calculated on standard time. Solar wiu umru, iiu'ii iiiu uiuuices would DO in porous plaster off my back." Chicago Is a candidate lor Constable in the Highland and favor of recovering damages from tho Tribune. Ime Ii about 10 minutes faster. Wayuesnurg- Magisterial District, subject 10 the Etalliouor for loss of tho nso of tho action of the republican party. hon Pnhj n a alcU, we p.it her Castorlv QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. l'roof Positive. are. It would bo au cxtromo caso whon (Vhen alio wom a Child, aho cried, for CoMorU. Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. "You don't tell mo that bright, pretthis could bo done, Jhowovcr. trains pus Junction City as Going North u -Mis, aha clung to CAittori has been placed In a prio-: Vestibule Marts 6 a. m. Ordinarily, without special contraot, ty Mrs. When hi had Children, ahe geve them Catoria Limited 3:3$ p.m. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida tho owner of tho maro would havo to vate asylum!" Hcadquartcrs"(or almost anything Ctlmtted y.tr. a. m. OROUAItD, LAWN, GARDEN. " "Yes; but they held back from takTho "problem of O. Vestibule In t8 p. m. Florida pay tho sorvico fee, iJoun-.- N ing that step until last week, when the Limited ikiU. m Local 11:35 p. m. lifo" is ono of tho apparently unsolva-bl- o Veitibule arrives 8:40 p. m. you want. When you wantja'first- - A full stock ol Fruit and Ornamental Trees, ovidenco of her Insanity became too mysteries at least it is unsolved Shrubs, Small Fruits. Grape Yines, Asparagus marked to admit of doubt" and ii in tho mating tho Btallion has and every thing usually lound at such au estabP.srs OTiV lloih for sale classjmcal "What did she do?" ittt ,, lishment. Try us on pries. We do not sell begotten n foal that is as much as ho is call on him.J Sexes forJ25c dJlXOriJL reclster. Ap through agents but direct to the planter. Cata"Nothing. Hut sho told her husband lteadv tor Service. All subject to required to da Tho strength, condition logue on application. Stanford, Ky. and general health of tho foal depend that she thought their baby was one 6f ply to J. M. McRoberts, U.K. HILLKNMKYEK, 6J iSSZ Lexington, Ky. almost wholly on tho caro given tho tho ugliest, mst stupid infants sho had maro during tho noxt 10 or 11 months, ever seen." llrooklyn Lifo, and witli this tho stalliouerhas nothing Well Known. RUSSEUL, to da Ho simply says: "ily stallion is Stanford, Ky. I am now readr to dellvei manufactuied Ice you topublfsh potent Tho maro. is brought Tho stal- in "I want form," said n thesog poems (rem the Stanford Factory to customers regularly .....I'loprittois book every morninif at the rate of FIFTY CliMS lion proves his owner's statements, and man to a New York publisher. PER HUNDRED POUND LOIS and over.apd tho feo is due," tjc Publisher I'll look over them, but I at 10 in smaller Iota. E. UllEMKIl, Stanford. On tho other hand, many stallioners pannot promise to bring them out unMain and Danville Sts , lluilorllle, Ky tako tho viow that they can gain moro less you havo a We have reccaUy repainted and refurnished name the Houae Ihioughout and are prepared to accoin. friends for their liorso by losing tho Poet That's all right My name Is I modale the public In nist.class style. Our Rates JIbsoIateJy scrvico whero it does not result in actual known "wherever tho English language are very reasonable and a good table at all limes. Special attention to traveling men Elegsutsaa. profit to tho maro ownors. In such cases is spoken. -At my store you will find one dl he finest pie room attached Also a hrst.clasa Saloon contho guarnnteo is mado that "tho colt stocks of Millinery and Kmbroldery Material ever nection with the Hotel. Call and see us. "Ah, indeed! hat Is your name?" 45 paid cash fur and brought to Stanford. I A cream of tarter baking pow- shall stand This suck or no chargo for "John Smith.'" White Plains Weekly. and sell them for cash,havelow that you my goods Is a ten page eight column democratic newspaper. will be It contains the beet of everything going. IIEN-Kso ruto is very frequently der. Highest of all in leavening sorvice." A Modified Statement. forced to buy irom me. An examination wilt conWATTERSON Is the editor Latest United States adopted in farming communities, aud strength. Llttlo Girl You stud' music, don't vince you and you ate invited to make it. in offect tlio BtalUoni guarantees tho F. D. niLEY.lProprletor, PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. MRS. A. A. McKINNEV. Government Food Report. potency of his horrti, 10 efllcacy of his you? - Kontuoky. .Miss Scrccchcr Yes, I am still study The WEEKLY' COURIEU.JOURNAL makes London, bervice, 1110 ireauncne ROYAL BAKINGJPOWDER CO., during tho pregnancy of uy tno owner ing. very liberal terras to agent , and gives Iree pretho maro and miums for cluba Sample copies of the paper aud I have moved to my new lloteiaod tea better "Uncle Georgo said ho heard your A four page i'remium Supplement sent free to any arepared than ever to accommodate the public tho skill of tho midwife Ho draws tho 106 Wall Street, New York. address. Write to voice as ho passed your house last Oood Liverv attached and lino only at the ills of colthood, but tip' raitmUar. rf Miss Moore will arrive October 1st, with every Hied. Give me a call. thing that Is new and nobby la tha way 01 to tho timo tjho foal stands mid sucks evening." ThoCOURIER-JOURNALCA. S. PRICK, 77 FRANK KILKY. "Lctr rao see I really don't bellcvo tho risk is tho stnllioucr'K. Evcti in a SURGEON DENTIST. LOUISVILLE, KV. caso of this kind it is no moro than tho I did any singing last evening." The "Oh, ho didn't saj yon did sing. He I'ltue call and examleeTny stock before buyOffice over McRobtrta Drue Store in the ni duty of tho owner of tho miuo.to do all Owsley Building. Mypncfs shall be the ho can to got tho foal fairly started on fonly said you were trying to." Good ing for past favors, respectfully, lowest. Thanking SemT- - Weekly Interior Journal, Stanford: you At the old stand ol J. II. Green, in its Ufa journoy. If it is weakly, it is News. KATE DUJJDbKAK, ManSer. And The moro than probablo that it is tfAi result Ami So TheyMYcro Married. Hustonvlllo, - - Kontucky. Courier-Journ- al of soino improper treatment tho maro Tom Jynne So Jnmisoa has been enHat Just received a beautiful line of I Will b sent one year to any address far OS TC. has received at his liauds,and if nlittlo snared at last? doctoring (tho less tho better usually) Address W.P.WALTON, Surroys, Phaetons, Buggries, &c. Rocquand Righo Vcsj ho nhvays IS and good nursing will put tho foal on 1 was a practical fellotv. IIo could have Stinford, Ky Miss Jarboe, or tilmmer, isin the cMles buyCall and see his stock and get his prices which its feot ho ehoulu attend to it and pay had any ono of a dozen heiresses, but ing my Kail and WinlerStock, and witlnotmake are lower than anvbodvs. If you want a sice set ltoth il li Jarboe and her purtho feo. of haraeti. a wh'e or a duster. he passed thcin all by and" married a ray usual fall trip, neat week and you ate cordially chases will arrive lilader Twine for sale. If tho foal is actually deformed or is seamstress. invited to call." of such a sickly disposition as to bo Tom Jynno And how has their mar MISS LICC1E nCAZLEY. Shortest and quickest between practically valueless, and if tho inarb ried life turned out? Stanford, Ky. 3IYEKS HOUSE has produced stroug foals by other Rocquand Righe Oh, sew, sew. horses, then a, plain, iair, straightfor X. Y. World. Only Direct Lint between ward discussion of tho matter with tho She CIicmo Her Own LAncuatre. Frankfort, Btallioner will in nino ont of ten cases and Paris, undersigned at Rowland, Lincoln Call - result in u mutually satisfactory ndjust- - In an agony of suspense ho knelt at countv,onKythe lor terms, We want to negotiate Oarlialo, Mnysvlllo, Oynthlann, P. W. GREEN, Prop. , Falmouth and Covington. niQiit. If not, tho cheapest plan is to pay her feet. loans on first mortgage security on real estate, For a., "Say yes," ho pleaded, "only say stocks, bonas and commercial paper. Agent for tho bill and then tako tho mares aud the Trains This stable, which Is ruu n connection with the ask or tickets via Kentucky the Missouri Brokerage Co., St. Louts, Mo neighbors' mares to another stnlliou tho yes." run by Central Standard Time. 4 M.N, EARLY. Myers House, haa been supplied with Befresuingi;Bath, Hot or Cold, next season. Another plan is , Sho turned nway with a gesturo of TinieTabUJnnc 14. a lawsuit No. 1. TIlAINS EAST. No 3. No. 7. A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, A sfylljh Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to A calf worth $3 .has beoif tp thp .Iowa impatience. a. so. p. a. p. m. 1 ,"I must Insists, shp, replied, firmly, supremo court threo times, costing tho Buggies, Wagons, 4 10 00 700 Co Leave Franklort A Cook & fFarmor's "Barber Shop, litigants over $8,000. Two real good "vpon being allowed full latitudo as to Summit co 7 10 .4 w 'niwmer'sSupplie and It better than evi KUnorn --.7 S fighters could inako a foal cost moro phraseology and choico of words." supply tha public with " Swiuer 40 prepaie 7i v4 OFJSTANFORD.KY., ...IF YOU ARE GOING...m. Town Topics. Stamping Ground. 7 ii than that. Breeder's Gazette. ICO FmsT-OLA8S moa uuvaum.. . 10 now fully organiied and ready for business will 4 44 3et Is kinds. V Practical Consideration. Johns a so of 4 50 7o Personal and promptattcntlon given to Weddinn Seorgctown.... Yliat "ThorouBhlireU" Sfeana. e J5 ,7 46 4 57 arp wo. to do with tno an- Paid up Capital of - - $200,000 . .MTHE ."iinat C, S. Depot..- .oo l'arues and Burials. JOJ In Englaud tho word "thorpngh-bred- " archists?" asks, tha man who studies P. V. OREEN, ncwton.... 3 jao AI nURNS.Manager 2LO00 Surplus, . Cenrevillc., .1 16 is nppliedtjuly to a raco horse. political economy. J J? Proprietor Kluabetb.... .tso I11 this country it is used indiscriminate3 45 J5 "Why, when they break tho law we SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONA1 Arrive Pans .8 jo 40U BANK OK STANFORD, ly p all animals of puro breed. Unless can put them In tho penitentiary." Now closing up) with the same asset and. aadei ono bears in mind tho English usage, "Yes, wo can do that. Jlut I hato the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositora are at TKAINS WEST. No. t. No. 4. No. 8 No. if however, tho term ) 'thoroughbred" like everything to demoralize the penia.m. p. lu. a, tn.. 4 40 fuUy protected aa aie depositora in Natlona Lve Paris ,...C....... .1000 6 oj will bo a littlo confusing. It certainly tentiary." Washington Star. 4 4S Banks, its shareholders being held IndividuaUl Arr Kllrabeth :r.W. CHF.EN, Proprietor. Louiivillc a. NaaHVlLtc R. R, 6l 5 ai ........io 10 amount of thai stoel haole to the extent ol the would bo so to au Englishman as wo li 19 Arr GtnlrevUle... ..10 14 therein at the par value thereol, in addition to tn A LITTLE ailSUNIlHItSTANIlING. Newtown ........ io 31 nso it. : : : Kontucky. amount invested in such shares. It may acttai Arr C. S. Depot Arr Is the line for you, as its y - 9 31 600 (Full blood and puro blood mean in eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully m Gtorgptoou II 10 jy Air 04$ an individual. . 11 47 America tho sanio ns thoroughbred. 800 Iamatlil running thtt To those who entrusted their buisiness 10 u Arr Johnson Hotel aid 8 10 6 J Probably tho usago hero will gradually will continue to give my guems the potilrat atten. while mnaglnu the Lincoln National Bank Of Arr Duvll.........io Make close connections at ArrSlamp'g Ground 1100 7 830 tion as well as the best th msrket affords. we we here tender our many thanks an Stanford, Mil II :Tm:'re.jmi ' Jvjiife conform Arr b JC that . Britain. 7 'J trust they will continue to transact their butineai Arr Swifr......,..ii 10 LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI crossbred toanimalofis Grent product of A J Elkhorn .11 17 7o .90s tho with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt alien a Summit...,. pecial Attention to tho TravelArr ..u 13 7 For all points. 9 5 lion to same, our twenty years' experience i puro blood siro of ono breed and a puro Arr Frank fort. ..A it 30 7 i$ 9J banking and as liberal accommodations as are cos VHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. ing Public. A connects with L. .V N. A grado is au BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH blood dam of nnothor. intent with soi""' " nki". II counccts with Q. .V C. and L. S. " vn.oyou wantanrst-clas- s For any information enquire of animal partly fine blooded, partly of turnout come to my C connects with K. C. DIHECTOt: TOES. HICK. Aeent. common stock. Exchange SUNDAVTRAINS. Stanford, Ky. Ot UVJERY Leave Franklort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. W. A. McQUOWN. Trav. Pass. Agent, J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon ; m. I.ve Georgetown to 37; arrive Trankloit 11 30 Prices to ault the hard times, City, Ky , H. Shanks, Sunf oul; Junction Live Stock 1'olnta. Call or Ieae order p. m. " at the Mycrt House OAce J. S. Owsley, Stanford;. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Thero is a feeliug against whito hogs A. G.Lanhsm S J. Embry, Stanford; ohn;B. Castteman. tions form tne shortest and cheapest route to all in tho south becanso thero they aro points mum, nasi, onu aim west J. B. Owsley, Stanford; JAMES YKAOER. THOMAS YEAGEK, Kor further information apply to their agents. found in some localities to bo moro J. F. Cash, Stanford; CD. ntKWAW, lieu, l'aas. Airent. to skin'diseaso than black hogs aro. William Gooch, SUnlord; YEAGER GEO. II. 1IARPKK, Gen. Supt On tho outside of tho zebra's cngo in the A. W.'.Carpeuter, MllledgevilU, K Tho southern horso trado has been zoological garden Prof. Zweibcer sees W. H. Cummins, I'reachorsvill fairly good this snmmer, which is moro n.slgn with the inscription "Caution TEED AND TUBHB STABLE, thau can bo said of tho northern 011a professor S. 11. Shanks, President Fresh Paint." This leads the Owsley, Cashier, Special Kates to Commercial Men. Dr. J.'B. An English breeder has ordered from to remark to his better half: "Well, W.M. Bright, Teller. STANFORD, E.Y. well, I would havo tnhen an oath thut CO brood America flvo stallions and AND mares, trotting stock. Tho stallions tho stripes on tho animal aro genuine." II you need livery glvo ua a call. Nothing but Fliegcndc IJlaetter. must liavo a record abovo 2:25. Theso turnouts will tcavo our stable. See us for rates. In our NATIONAL BANK trottors aro to crowed on hacku6y &CASTLEMAB Etock, tho maresbowith hacknoy stallions, On tho Steamboat. S OF STANFORD, KY. HARNESS SHOP Adams Whataro,you reading? MANAGERS, tho sires wjth hackney mares. Tho You will find a good assortment of Harness, Jlrown It is a very useful book for Capital Stock Have your repairing done br breeder wishes to seo which will provo Oommerce Building, Louisville tho best cross. Ho expects in any case those who don't know how to swim. 9ur man, he understands M business. We have a mechanic in our Surplus "How so?" m SOLD TO to produco an improved breed of horses. Agents throughout the South. "If you fall overboard all you havo Attention of the public is invited to the fai BLACKSMITH SHOP. ALL POINTS: But American breeders ought to inako n to do is to turn to pago and that thia Is tha only National Hank in Stanford Will guarantee kind of a cross themselves in tho read tho directions and you nro safe." Under the provisions of the National Bank Act 5T A. TSIBBiiE.. Local AffOnfc. . work;and' aatisfactory OHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, m v. nativo prices. Try our horse sheer. depositora are secured not only by the capital homo of tho trotter. rtgenis ior ueenng Jlacbmis, (he I ghtest draft Alex iwcet, in Texas Siftlngs. stock, but by the stockholders' liability .lor si STANFORD, KY. WISCONSIN, machiDe on earth. , ' amount equal to the stock, so that depositors Ot d is tho most Tho Poland-Chinthis institution are secured by a fund of Joo.ooc. Not Stnjrera. breed of 'hogs in tho bouth. FolMISSOURI, KANSAS, Five sworn statements ol tne conauion 01 mo un Ilashaway Does Mrs. Oliphant keep are wade each yearto the United States governPortland. lowing closely after it is tho lively BerkSanFrincisco ment and its assets are examined at stated timw NEBRASKA, COLORADO, a good many boarders now? shire, mid nest tho Essqx,and Jho securing addttitona Dashaway Yes, sho does; generally by government agenU, thus s irn.rr.r( tafetv la dcDOsitOrs.established as the Tho aro growing "World's ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, IS NOT SATISFIED originally This rapidly in popularity because of thoir for about two days or a week. Chica- Depositinstitution,Stanford in 1858, then liank of go Record. With being "the llest Magiaine ever published in TEXAS, quiet disposition and their oxcollent uedaajhe National Bank ol Stanford in iS6j and the South.!' It wishes to cover thoroughly, the again T'Organiiedaa the First National Bauk ol adaptability to grazing for their living. VIA To lie Sure! iS3a, has had practically an uninterSunlord in in the Slilh V' rfgu,a'1' """y "Mt: "'ntly WEST, KORf better At tho World's fair tho saddle maro' Bogfjs Is there no ornitholog'lcal rupted existenceofiJ years. It itbusiness tupphec prompt To uo this, ita subscription price hat been bow with facilities for transacUng Lou Chiqf was first prizo winner in her namo for riches? ,. wU0. ly and liberally than ever before in its long anr FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS ' Reduced honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduclass. Sinco tho fair sho has been sold Sopgs I don't knoiv. Why? AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. individuals respectfully solic to Mr. J. M. Garrett of Woodford coun $K50 llofrs Do thov not tako unto them- - ciaries, firms and ted. THE pEST ROUtTtO THE ty, Ky., for $1, 800, Tliis (s tho highest ) eelves winys ariil fly away? Judge. The Directory ol this Bank it composed ol A Year. loulSVItlt.mwAUUUITa CHICACO Rt (fe- t?jf Forestaa Reid, Lincoln county; Beginning with the October Number. .BUT-t- he jinco evt-- paiu ior a Bauaio maro eveu XlSTD S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Mag. nne will continue to grow in quality and to Then Sho 1V Antjrjr., in Kentucky. merit the 'ULLWAN VESTIBUIED COACHES, O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; jlrs. Jabber (to Mr. Jabber) Aro rULLMANSAlTD . Tlio duty plain leforo liorso jfciret'dors J. W. Uayden, Stanford; SLEEPINS AMD D1KIK0 CORE PAHLOB CAHS. U to improvu their stock. Tlio muuo you,awnro that you talk in your sleep? Words of Praise it Receives. S.H. Baughman,,Linco!n; Young1 Jabber Jwho.has ust been TrfAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE plain duty Is before beef raisora and silenced) SEE ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE J. 8. Hocker. Stanford; "The Southern Mngailne ia a handsomely illu,. What other chanco docs ho dairymeu,6r tho matter of thnt. Only W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; trated and wel) able to "WaLKWESTErlN RAIlROAl compare withouedited literary magailne, monthlv disfavor with the DINING CARS. by Bticli jniprovfincnt, and decilled.ini-provouicy- got? Scribner's Magazine. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; RUNNING fournalsolthemetpoli." Review Dett Review, of CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. T. V, Hill, Stanford. wjll they bo ablo o .hold May,So4. WRITE TO- , In he Sprlnff Time. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; Our circulation hat Increased tenfold In their own. Tlio day of inferior stock in "Art thou weary, art thou languid?" DeKrlptlv Write for IUtot, Maps, ' ' year, but we are after the ioo.coo mark. the oast M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon' E. II. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J UEED,GP.A. any lino is over in America. Tha whole church choir screamed; amphleta, to any Station Agent, or to Chicago, HI Louisville, Ky. Send 10 cents ior sample copy to J S.HocWr, President; "Then take Faker's Sarsaparllli," ALLEN HULL, M. t. BRAOC, W. . OCVILL, Western "beef herds havo bcon In Bang the adrertlsln fiend. JohoIJ.'McRoberts.lCashier; HlitJC SOUTHERN MAGAZINE, Dl,, l'iM,ir ki, Trxtllai I'm. Ag Va'll'uM.trA(t. Denver. --N. Y. World St. Paul. aooil condition tliis hammer. Lcuuville, Ky 10LI1IIS,0. HUiMJkt,Ta. A. A. McKinney, Assistant Caabier. BOiOXE,Tl. r Semi-- w u ysieebMs i nrt-cif- eekly Interior Journa: Cs'JCSTlON AND ANSWER. ft Desirable Fnrin for Sale. wild-lookin- crup-oion- s. I . .AJDV-A-NCH- v j3-i- m eS-Wh- en 6 OR S PAGES. R. Zimmer, -- PENNY Dentist. one-thu- d J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, Fancy Groceries, Do- All Hinds SOI of Coal, Foreign and -- 1 ihestic Fruits, 111 foli- 1rf-- n Blue-Gru- s Ves-Mbu- la Blue Grass Nurseries. SW Blue-Gr-an Dimoc tti r jS-i- ni IGB, IOB. To The Iiadies R. ZIMMER. & BROWN, seedy-lookin- ... VENDOME HOTXIi. well-know- n TI1E WEEKLY , Pure COURIER JOURNAL Y THE RILEY HOUSE Treat For the Ladies. O. iMiiirLiiLjxnsriEiK'sr- D. S. OAI.P2SITTSII, well-know- n TO THE 1ADIES 1 Weekly Ky. Midland IVy, Cincinnati and Frankfort $500,000.00 to .Loan 6j-- MlTHRTTSTABwCX well-lnow- e, SL- I , , Fanners Baflk&trnst 1 1 2TORTH TariSTi -- or all , 11 The Myers House, ' n Stanford, I Double Dally Tralnis I STABLE. ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. I Ha-bi- o & YEAGER, nserance Company NORFOLK RAILROAD. mil first-class BARBEE FIRST WESTERN TICKETS 8200,000 A 21,300 m - tnt fifty-seve- first-clas- s a wldo-Eprea- Duroo-Jerse- Fair Record. CHICAGO The Southern Magazine Duroc-Jersey- 'E SOOTH-WE- SI ' to r k6rTH EAST. . t, TUne-Tnble- s, ,- -' i 4 Jjsii.-a