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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894102601 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. ' k Semi-Weekl- y VOL. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1894. ROWLAND. 11 J XXII. le- NO. 68 "-- WILLIAMSBURCWHITLEY COUNTY. J. K. WatklnB is In Somnrsut'on gal business this week. Mr. Green Hays, of Knor couuty, will innka eomo speeches for tho demo-crnti- c nominees this weok. Several of tho members of 0. E. Societies bere attended tho convention nt MitUllesboro Saturday nntl Sunday. Hester, tho little daughter of W. L. Moore, died Sunday of throat trouble. Sho was buried Monday afternoon in Mrs. Lucy A., wifo of U. G. Stefii-bergedied at her mother's, Mrs. Sum Steonborgen, at Rowland, OcL 25th, of n, ex-ton- consumption. Sho had been at her INSURANCE AGENT. STANFORD, KY.. mother's ninco Juiiu 0. TliHy wish to d to the good people of Rowland and vicinity their many thanks for their W r tHti klndnefis. Deceased waa n member of tho Christian church and was in her 20th And TOKNADO. Temporary effice at D. W. Vandereer'i itore. year. Slio waa n loving wife, a kind nnd affectionate mother nnd leaves a husband and two children, besides a mother, n tho cemetery. Tho law Arm of Hill & Denhani has brother and many friends to mourn her dissolved and Mr. Donlinm is building loss. This is tho picture of Several tickets for officers of tho an oflk'o on tho corner of Ids lot, near Mr. Adam Petrey, repubJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M President!" town of Rowland have beon mentioned hia residence lican nominee for jailer, Circuit Clork V. H. Meadow a la nick but there areaaid to bo grounds for a con4, X894. fiH he appeared the other any but the first bo olecled. with tho fover. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Gatlill" test, should lav. Wo v,ere driving SMHAfcLl sv Full corps of Comervatorjr and Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Mutle lane fciv Point, Texas, for One of tho candidate named in petition fsjr u havo gonn to in tho region around An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. appears signed twice to same, and two tho benefit of Mrs. G.'s health. when all of a sud Illegal voters, making threo to come off Dr. Cottroll, of Knoxvillo, enont den somebody on an "animule" dashed His wifo and family have received special trainSunday with P. A. Pennington. M. 1C. of tho 20 signers, which would not leavo up against our buggy nnd liked to have ing in and lor College GEORGE ERWIM STONE. The curriculum will be an extended one ond the Pennington baa gone to Knoxvillo, the number required by law; whilo 31 scared our fair companion to death. We drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skimappear on tho other petition. Tho ma. (Resldence'of the late James McAlitler.) ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. dentistfor where bo will take a course in While tho democratic candidate suggested that that waa a rather inhosClasses will be instructed in Higher Mathematjority of tho first ticket aro domocrats ry, ot M. - - KY. ics, Helle Lettres, Natural Science, Mental and pitable way to meet a stranger within Congreoa in the 11th district is not mak- CRAB ORCHARD, Te. GenLast Saturday the homo and the last has only ono, of that perMoral Science, Latin, German, Type ing the race upon hia personal beauty, Writing, Hook Keeping, Civics, Music, Vocal and try, near tho Institute, caught tire, but suasion. This is montioned to urge the his gates, but ho laid it on the'animulo Instrumental, Painting, Drawing, &c. ho is yet a much better looking man infive The first term the importance of drawing tho party togeth- and wo get even by presonting this prompt assistance extinguished S. PRES,, 1894, and second ofterm months will open Sept. to, will close the first week in stantaneous cut. Mr. Petrey is tho old- than our artist portraya him. He has a serious damage was er and nppeallng to them not to agree to ilames beforo any June. One it eek holiday at'Chrittmas. Aidsted by a Competent Faculty. est man on the ticket and ought to know fine forehead, an eye that denotes a Tuition pet term in first giade, inTERMS. done. cross, in any race, lost it should servo an .$io oo mind and a nose and A select school, of high grade, for the thorough cluding Latin and German., Mr. J. L. Jonea and Mies Munnio a dart far tho enemy to hurl back Into better than try to beat honest! old Geo. bright nnd brilliant . 15 00 training of young ladiei. A few young gentlemen Tuition in second grade mouth on which firmness and character of approval morals will ilso be admitted. Piano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments Music, DoBorde, but at Job said, wisdom does Mr. our ranks. Steele were married Saturdny. ao 00 .. furnished for practice Number limited no Idlers wanted. not always come with age. Experience nre stnmped. Tho upper half of the face Painting, Drawing, Short hand. Jones waa formerly jailer of this county Dr. Stapp, the President, has since his graduaIf purity, in State and National poliWork, reasonable ia a pretty dear teacher, but his precepts above is n good likeness; the lowei, and tion In medicine, given his entire time and ener- Ornamental College,all at week, (3.50. rates. board and is entering upon the matrimonial tics, is at all desirable, tho lines must also Board in Good per gies to the building and management of Colleges easily forgotten, and after; tho especially tho mouth, does not dp the In the South. During the pat year he filled tho in private families at reduced rates. state tho second timo. be drawn in town, city and county races; are not Monthly payments required. chair of Literature and Natural Science In n great deal. WhatNo discount except fo. protracted illness. Mr. Frank Haslitt, of Cfltlottaburg, for with these tho groat nations are made election Mr. Petrey will get that good original justice by Daughters College, Harrodsburg, and Mrs rtapp Fir further information address the President. ever Mr. Stone larka in pulchritude ho taught Music, Painting, Drawing, &c . giving and Misa Lillie, Becond daughter of Mr. up; junt as tho brookB and rivulets matte democratic son of hia to take him out beDR. JOHN S. STAPP. makes up in good, bard Bense, for when general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 David Kinner, wero married last week tho great rivers that flow Into tho oceans. hind the house and kick him for being such a simpleton as to wosto good time bis eyes brighten In conversation or in a at tho homo of tho brldo'a father. Mr. If impurity exists in tho main body it public speech IiIb fnco is mnrked with W. II. Kouche and Miaa Martha Moeley must have come from some of the sou fe- in Biich a gooso chase. intellectuality and beauty that makes it were married Thurnday evening. es which make it up. Tho finger is a MT. YERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. n most pleasing one. Ho is in the prime Tho Whitley County Pair Associa- small part of tho body and yet, if diseaa and a man of high Largo crowds attend tthu protracted of life, a hard student tion declared a 5 per tent, dividend at ed, it will contaminate tho whole body attainments. To say tho very least, ho its meeting last week. K. K. Wntkins A minor offense will also servo to de- meeting. is tho peer of either of his republican opMis Alzi Logan Brown Is visiting Wk elected prealdenl; M. K, DeLaney, grade the entire spiritual man. It instatponents, and If elected he will make his Mich. Daniel, 'Jd vice ed, on good authority, that some repub- relatives in town. 1st people a Congressman of whom they 1 pair Considerable aickness is reported president, nnd 0. H. Kenton, secretary. licans aro attempting to convince negroc 1 Delivery Wagon, I Iron Safe (Hall's Make), 2 show cases, will always be proud. Tho democrats Mr. Thomas Edwards, who has been mai ii mey put ine cross under tiio eh" throughout tho county. redeem the dis- Platform Scales, 1 Cheese Safe, I Tobacco Knife, 1 Bung 'Borer, &c. r Dr. Eugene Brown is building n have a chance now to for the Mt. Ash Coal Mine, gle, nud then put a cross anywhere under trict and thero is every indication that These fixtures have been used some and will be died last week of typhoid fever after an the rooster, they will go to tho peniten- handsome new house near tho college. Taylor and Ballou nre hold- they will do eo. Ho was a tiary. Thin Ib tho last strugglo ol drownRevs. illness of only h fuw days. ing n protracted meeting at this place. very popular man with those who knew ing men. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Tho teachers of tho county nre prehim ami a devoted Christian. Ho was Died on Monday at 0 o'clock, i m., Tho now furnaces have been placed SO yenr'a of age. nfter a lingering illness for many months paring for the closing exercises of their in the Church nud services will be held Janus Perry and Will Tyo had a of consumption, Mra. Olnra, wifo of W. schools. . Remember we have the best selection of g there ns usual heren'ter. SuCompliments on every hand are fist and akull fight hi County School R. Harnett, in tho 23d year of her ago. Depot Agent Patterson was called expressed relative to tho progress of perintendent filler's otlice Saturday. Tiio She belonged to the Christian church to Texas by tho illness of his brother. difficulty grew out of trouble, over the since her childhood. Funeral services tho btasa band. The Sundny-Echocontinues in n During hia absence his wife is running colored school in the district where they wero conducted by Elder Ellis at the lived. Neither of them waa seriously church in Rowland on Tuesday afternoon flourishing condition. Mr. Henry Rico the oftko. There will bo work in tho second Coal vases, coal hods, &c, in town. injured, but Judco Hemphill held them and a procession of friends and relatives ia the new superintendent. Call and see us before you make Mr. Fritz Krueger baa returned from and third ranks at the K. of P. lodge both over to circuit court. followed tho romalns to Hullalo Ceme(Friday). Tho membership of your purchases in any thing in our line. Several of our citizens are in Louis-vlll- o tery for Interment. Sho leaves two Lexington, Paris, Winchester and other this week; County Clerk T. C. Per- email children and a loving husband to points, where ho sold several car loads this lodge now numbers in the nineties. Saxton's Minstrels, who were to givo kins to havo tne ballots for the election mourn her departure. She was resigned of lime. o unTho Newcomb Hotel, conducted by an entertainment at tho prepared; Hon. H. D. Hill on legal bus- to death and paased away with an abidto attend a meet- ing faith in her Savior. Her husband Mr. nud Mrs. Willis Adams, sustains ils der the auspices of the local band in Noiness; G. A. Denbatn ing of tho democratic executive commit- desires to tender his sincere thanks to old reputation for being one of the best vember, have chnnged tbe.Jdate to Friday, December 7. tee; Dr. A. Gatllff, Thos. Adkins and J. the people of Rowland and Stanford,. for in the mountains. Tho mooting at tho Baptist church Our band serenaded Gov. McCreary P. Mahan attending tho Immigration their kindness and attention during hor congrecs and W. 1L Denbatn laying in a illness, and hopes that they will bo re- at his hotel Monday night. A neat has continued through this week and speech of thanks was made by tho dis- much interest Is manifested. Rev. Campstock of good for bis now store. Mr. E. warded In the groat hereafter. bell is a good preacher nnd nn excellent Call for- tinguished Congressman. HuRuely, of Winchester, and Elder1 M. It takes no fewer than 2,000 cedar The court of claims in session hero gentleman, who has made many frienda E. Terry, now of Montgomery county, J. trees annually to supply wood for tho this weok raised tho salary of county here. aro spending tho weok with us. of the United judge, attorney and school superintendMr. K. II. Batson has bought a lot The election is warming up in this pencil manufacturers States. Alabama waa once the great ce- ent from $500 to JG00 each. County clerk on Lexington street, adjoining tho propcounty, in tho county races as well as In And Paints, dar pencil producing state, but its cedar geta $300 aud fees. erty of Hun. Singleton, and contracted tho Congressional race. Judge Mart Rains has announced him- is exhausted. Manufacturers have teat-e- d Mr. E. A. Reppert and family, of for a handsome resideuce to bo built other kinds of wood with a view to Lexiugtoi, will locate here in the near thereon at once. The residence of Dr. 8 8 self as a candidate for county judge; Win. M. Lefore, present jailer, a candidate for finding n substitute, but so far without future. Mr. M. J. Miller, Sr., ia improv- Herring, on Richmond atreet, is about ST Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. and both will givo tho nomi- much success. .. ing bis residence nnd putting n hand- complete nnd is n beauty. Kontucky'a Executivo .Monday, county court, brought to Mansion some new fence around it. In tho Connees a warm race. Tho vote . gressional race will bo much divided, al- datts hack to 170S, but not within tho Mrs. Jas. Marot ia boiuo bettor Mr. town a tremendous crowd of farmers, though! it is thought that Colson will memory of the oldest inhabitant hits A. B. Humble and wife, of Pnrksville, politicans, traders, lloaters, ynp and Opp. Court-HousBusiness was good with tho get a slight majority. His friends aro there occurred within its walls a mar- are visiting tho family of Judge McClure what-notmaking a hard fight and trying to drive riage, birth or death prior to the death this week. Messrs. W. H. Spradlin and stock traders nnd hoes swoppers, but tho all the republicans into lino by claiming of Gov. Brown's lamonted daughter. G. W. McClure nro attouding the immi- better with the denr floater. All In order to- Louisville Times. candidates nnd their lieutenants were he is tho nominee. gration convention at Louisville. Mr. Speaking of tho loa of life from wild W. Sparks and wifo hard at work and got in some of their . aro visiting J. HUSTOHVILLE. tho brethren. beasts in Iudia, a late English paporaia te Hall, Now York atone "friendliest" talk to Shaver Mr. Ashbrook Frank returned to that in 1S0L 21, OSS human beince nnd men, nre hero looking up their, inter-esle- . A number of couples wont chrsnut Lexington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bo cattle woro killed by suakea nnd hunting Siturday, but we don't think S1.G0S Of wild beasts, tho cheif human lin, of Point Buruside, made n visit this The alarm of fire aroused our they had any chesnut bells. Georgo Denny. Miss Altio beon duo to Biiako bite. about - o'clock Wednesday night. weok to Mrs. Tho elopemont of Mies Be6sie Moore to spend tho Johaun Borgst, of Franklin county, The residence of Mr. Harrison '.Carpen- Mnrksbury leaves ! and Mr. Win. Stodghill last Friday mornKy. was born in ovwinter with relatives in Tallahasseo, Fla. a little ter was in Ilames and was soon burned ing, created n utilisation iu this usually er a 100 yeurs ago, worked ns n traveling to the ground. Tho family of Mr. Win. Mr. W. J. Kinuaird is bere on business. quiet place, and will furnish gossip nnd intailor during bis mature years, and then Weber uiado narrow escape. Little Miss Lizzie Simpson is visiting in Frank- It will be sold till Nov. 1st at Astonishingly Low Prices. This speculation for GO years. woro all styles, and the patterns are all new and desirable. cludes wont back to tho where ho wasB.tved, as tho house woo burning un- fort. Mr. aud Mrs. Bako Walker 1). J. Newburn, democrat, nnd Jim still makes trousers. der full headway before the firo was dis- entortainou Monday by Mrs. Tom Walk-oDevers, republican, are ns yet tho only Miss RIchglrl- - Really, pu, it ia cruel covered. Loss $1,500; no insurance. Miss Lottie Dillion, after n visit aspirants for tho ollko of marshal. Forto nsk Georgo to wait until Bpring. Ho Congressman James B. McCreary bere and in Lower Garrard, has returnty dollars a mouth for four years is worth This Opportunity. says if our marriage ia postponed he'll spoke to an immense audience at the ed to Crab Orchard. Misses Kate and working for, and it is surprising that no , Tuesdio. Old Gontleman-Oho well, I'll lend Monday. Tho enthusiastic Grace Kinuaird wero in Danville more aro nfter it. hi in enough to pay his board. Now reception given to our famous represen- day shopping. Mr. Sam Joseph is here Geo. D. Weathorford, of Somerset, York Weekly. tative substantially proves that his pop- for a fow daya. spent n few days with his mother. Mra. Salt Lake City Is ono of tho most ularity is not on the'wnne in this region. Wolford Dryo, noo Miss Lucky Tucker, Tho term 1G to one, as applied to beautiful in tho United States. It wna Tho band played its liveliest airsiu front of Springfield, baa returned homo after a coinage, means that tho weight of pure laid out when land was worthless, the of the e as tho crowd assemfow daya stay with her legal parouta, Mr. Bilver dollar is 1G times us streeta are wide nnd each has a rivulot bled. Many ladies nttended tho Bpenk- - silver in n S. G. Drye nnd wifo. Miss Alice returngreat as bb tho weight of pure gold running through it. ingand'tlioy wero ns enthusiastic in ed with hor to make a short visit. Mrs. dollar. Tho weights aro Acaao at Ohillicothe, Mo., which their prniso of the speaker as were tho iuugold 2322 grains of gold and 371.25 of Covington, with bur little G. F. Park, bad previously bung five juries, wnH re- voters, who may go to tho polls in No- grains of silver, tho latter being about 10 daughter, Bessie, la visiting her daughcently concluded with n verdict of $2 10 vember and givo substantial proof of (more accurately 15.0SS) times the formter, Mra. George Goode. F. B. Twidwell for tho plaintiff. their admiration. Mr. McCreary gavo er. Tho Chinese defeated tho Japanese is in Cincinnati buying holiday goods According to tho census of Germany n speech that struck homo to tho hearts The Japs lost 3,000 men. nt Wi-jand taking in Oakloy. no less than 029,807 persona by tho of democrats and overpowered republiWHAT DOES IT MEAN? A Million Frlendd. Bestir Your'I would rather trutt that raediclna than any natno of Mueller live within the limits of cans with its arguments. I know of ,"Myt Mn. lUttle Man. of tho empire. A friend In need is a friend indeed, and not less doctor It owr.rMtnt tMQ.noi'a inj Crescent Hnntt Is IT miles ihnrttii selves, democrats, work for your party 's have found just such a friend in t. VrTH3 Cineinrutl rj4 lwxlnjrton! Miji! iUortrit Ciicta-s- tt iliortwl Chiticn. Carter Co., Mo., In speaking ol Ch Nearly na much pig iron is now pro- and do not let us find you napping in than one million Remedy. Discovery for Consumption, .itilUi slier Set( lalauUto NcwOrltust luuU Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Dr. King's New ffiuiaruuto Chutanuuga.AtUua.tr JsiqiitU1, HorMA. and Colds. If you have never used this Couehs S, G. duced in the aouthorn Btatea na was November. 35 and 50 cent bottles for silo by Dr. you creat Cough Medicine, one trial will convince disHocker, drugBUt, Stanford. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS curative powers mail made In tho whole United Statea 20 thatithas wonderfulChes t and Lungs. Each botmi 1 hroat, eases ol the ar4 years ago. U'wetndlnf thaT point. Thronth Cn to VIckrm KuoivUb aul Last year Australia produced gold tle li guaranteed to do all that Is claimed or monFour Bis SuccoHBoa. Oal lii.o niouluK itirouiri cars tintiinail u OrUsnj or A colored woman who got a divorce to the value of $5,000,000 in excees of ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R Having the needed merit to more than make "wh.TUI. . V. DlrMt lio t Tmm anl Jlfjlco nlN them, the i fhr.Ttlwrt. All menu about tuurs ti CllfuroU. Frvm LoiiUriU. l'cnnj s dtug ttore. Large bottle se and Jt . cood all the advertising claimed for a phenomenal from her husband in Shelby county, Mo. any other country. EhrOTTlll ni IjiwrtiK.hurr, illruct couneillua Is maUs at IrfxiDftoa four remedies have reached via wtltaM Iftlu to all vulats buutb. aale, lit, Klog'New Discuuery, for couiump. was allowed $2 a month alimony. q rinear3oX Every mother should know that croup can be Bessie Turner, a Durhum N. C. col euaranteed-Electtion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle Liver Stomprevented. The first symptoms ol true croup U Ocn'l lais'r Afeat, ClacuiraU, O. Tho 2S.00O Indians of tho United ored girl, stole a pair of shoes in which hoarsneas. This is followed by a peculiar rough Bitten, the groat remedy for ach and Kidneys. flucklen's Arnica Ssalve, tho States hold 00.000,000 acres of cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given land, ex- to bo baptized. beat in tho world, and Dr. King's New Life Pilli, QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. freely as soon at the child becomes tioarte or even perfect pill. All these remedies aro clusive of Alaska. which io a A Chattanooga man suicided because niter the cough has developed it will prevent the guaranteed to do Just what It claimed for them Tho penalty for train robbery in bis wife told him bis feet needed wash- attack.aale and the dealer whoe name ii attached, herewith For br Dr. S. G. Hocker, drufgilt, Stanwt begUd to tell you more of them, bold at A Virginia is death. ford, ing. Penny' Drug- Btorc. R. Wo couldn't get n vorv good picture of Mr. Thomas Terry, the republican candidate! for assessor, but thin ono will do pretty well, except that no artist could catch the beauty of hia t flaming red hair and moustache. Ai Ho is h man of good standing in 'hia neighborhood and withal a very nice and clover ono. It'a a pity that ho has been caught in such h snap, hut he will ben wiser and a sadder man when EhgKen-red- y shows In m how little lie was in tho race. . SK- m wwsO; w GJy iririFX JC,1l, JClkJO JI 9 FOR FIRE, LIFE, ECCWENT Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. Cntr n 71 j"j 'M s .! COLLEGE HOME, DR. J. STAPP, cIas-wor- Short-Han- d. -- Type-Writin- FOB : SALE I book-keepe- SOLD AT A BIG BARGAIN. bo-in- ol HEATING : STOVES! ht court-hous- HIGGINS & McKINNEY. -- DRUG STORE I Window Glass, Putty, BMUGS Ex-Coun- ty AI -- IBTOIKgp e. "a W. B. McRQBERTS, s. Lou-ville- Reduce my Large Stoek mortality-10,023-havi- ng citi-7.111- H 1- to-da- y 11 poor-hous- e AAA ALL - PAPER AFFORD TO 11 alms-house- , r. YOU CAN'T MISS court-hous- court-hous- .IP 17 m 109 23 90 - u. mbcr-atyi- ?!ireTf-l.- wt. nc 1 - u J s MtsCa liH, 4 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 189-- The newB from New York ia encouraging. er and Taramany and the county democracy are pooling their issues. Senator Hill is making a grand campaign and demonstrating his wonderful power as a eader and organizer and the chances are good that ho will carry the State. Tho republicans are relying on Morton's barrel and his hordo of calamity howlers, but they appear now to be tho under dog in the fight. If Mr. Cloveland would show his democracy Bnd prove his mag nanimity by putting in some good words and work for the ticket, there would hardly be a doubt of tho election of llill to tho governorship, which ho has twice before honort-d- . Trie factions aro getting togeth- A Stamford Kir., October 20, W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES R COXGItESS For County Judge " Clerk JAS. CREAK? ' ' .JAS. WALKER GIVENS . ..G. H. COOPER Attorney....... ..J. B. PAXTON Sheriff......... ...T. D. NEWLAND E. O. KENNEDY Assessor -G. W DEIiORD Jailer .... ' f n ic t. r u '? :f if: j 2 M ,9. c-- r ? V' K - ' We are almost ashamed to eay it, but The hard times from wnich we aro candor and tho bopo tbnt the warning now emerging were a legacy from the may bring democrats to a realizing aenso republican administration, tho inevitaof tho condition, compel us to admit that ble result of legislation against the interour county ticket is in serious danger, ests of tho people. All men who look and unless the democracy will awaken at the question intelligently admit that from ita lethargy and put on its fighting, The democratic. Congress has remedied clothes, we will lose at least two oi the matters to a great extent and lifted the offices. Thero Is no reason for tho pres- burdens of many millions in taxation ent state of political affaire. Tho demo from tho shoulders of the people. A cratic ticket is composed o( good men vote for McCreary will Bhow that you and true, men in everyway the super- appreciate the efforts of him and his ior's of the most of those who are pitted colleagues, nud bo but the just due of against them. There ought not to be the one of the vory best inon in tho Nationleast doubt of the election of a single ono al Legislature. of them in this democratic county and A dispatch from iomeraet tays that there would not be save for treason in Judge Morrow dissolved the injunction the camp and the fact that gotten from Judge Saufley by Ool. Addemocrats, who voted in tho primary, are dishonest and mean enough to ams and returnable before the Somerset threaten to go over to the enemy. What judge. This places Colson's namo uuder good can possibly result to such if the the eagle and gives htm great advantage, republicans should win an office or so? over the colonel, who is decidedly the Is Mr. Givene, for instance, responsible strongest candidate. The news also for any of there imaginary woes or dis- comesthat John D. Whitft has with, appointments? Can the election of Dav- drawn, after getting his party in tho worst ask that you ison heal or in any wise improve their of pickles and entitling him to the plaudII Couldn't Ho In Lore. condition? There is no patronage con- its of every good democrat. Tho director of u certain bank renected with the office. Sensible men ceived his cashier ono morning- with an FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. State Immigration Convention at Tue evidently discomposed face. should be governed by reason and we Louisville is largely attended and the Tho now 2:30 list has nearly 2,000 "Sir," said he, "I am unablo to hhlo Wc will have our force increased and sec that no one goes away dis. appeal to the dissatisfied and others who interest exhibited in attracting desirable performers. irom you longer that which Is on my appointed. Don't fail to come in and get an unsurpassed view of a grievance to think think they have p joplo to tl Stato is great. Gov. Buck-ne- r Joe Coffey sold to John Johnson, of heart," (Tho hanker frrows pale.) "I good value and low prices. calmly over the matter and not vote to am In lovo with your daughter." is chairman and Col. M. II. Crump Boyle, a lot of fat cattle at 2Jc. turn the county over to an irresponsible secretary. The establishment of a State Now tho banker breathes freely, but John B. Foster bought of James odds: 'lawyer,' who would do anything, promise bureau for the publication and diilution Dunn his crop of corn at $2 delivered. "Aro you euro you novcr raalco misanything, and even deny the Savior to of facts and statistics of our great reThe cotton crop of the South will takes?" make a vote. Fellow democrats, foresources ia urged. The meeting is still in reach 10,000,000 bales -t- ho largest in her "Indeed, sir, I never do." warned is forearmed. We have a fight "Then I rcfuso you her hand, for you session. history. before us. The man who carries the reHenry of Navarre haa gone lamo can't bo in love." Alex Sweet, inTcxas publican party in his vest pocket is let Tub Czarewitch is a man of anagoslty. and tho big handicap at Oakley has been Sittings. ting no grass grow under his feet, fie He hesitates about becoming ruler of all A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietoi Her Devotion to i Cause. sneaks around by day and flies about at the Russias and spending tho rest of his postponed indefinitely. "Marguerite," ho murnlurcd, "will The Democrat says there were 3,000 night, putting up the most piteous ap. life dodging anarchist's bullets. T. D. RANEY, Manager. cattle on the Winchester market Mon you bo mine?" peals and using every invention and fa"Harold," she answered, "I bcllovo day. Best brought 4, but the general NEWSY NOTES. brication to secure a vote. Don't be In tho emancipation of sex. My Branch Stores. run was 2 to 3 with scrubs down aa zealous devotion to tho our compels duped by such an individual, assert your chuko Typhoid fever and diphtheria are low as 1 to 2c. mo to Insist upon what may, to you, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthtana, democracy, stand by your principles and claiming many victims at Frankfort. Five carloads of Kansas wheat were seem a punctilious absurdity." now until 4 o'clock the evenwork from Four men robbed every store and sold in the Chicago market ono day last "Nothing you say can seem absurd," Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. ing of tho Nov. 6 tor the election of the village of Wautovia, week at 4SJ cents per bushel. After de- ho protested. the poatoffice in the ticket that is composed of honest, capa"Modesty forbado mc'sho went on, Ark. ducting the railway freight the owner ble, tried and true men. of Purgatory in Vir received 29 cents per bushel for bis "to frame tho original question. Rut The now that you haro spoken thero Is no .Tue republicans in the 11th district ginia, has Georgo Godbetheie as post- grain. impropriety in my offering" an amendB. F. Hayden Bold in Cincinnati are getting further and further apart. master. ment. Do not ask mo if I will bo yours; Debs Bald in New York that there Wednesday a car load of 225 pound hogs nsk mo if I wiU permit you to bo mine." The three candidates met at Somerset Washington Sjar. Monday and each refused to divide time will nover be another great railway belonging to himself and Dr. J. B. Owsley at 4 65. They had been offered 4 with ,the other. The crested jayhawker, strike. Worth $3.50 to close at $1.50. Fiftv thnnaand bushels of weevily here. The highest price paid that day HAD DONE III' II IJKST TO CURE JII.U. 55 par- Hon. John D. White, got the C. H., first We will continue to offer during the week 550 pairs fine custom-mad- e inand spoke till noon, when he let up for wheat has been rejected by a Chicago was 4 SO, which was for a car load of red and hand turned Shoes, button or lace, at one-hal- f piicc. Styles promising to resume the thread spector. Berkshires. dinner . of toes, Opera, Needle, Piccadilly, Medium, Round, Common Sense, moth'er of Kentucky's poet The Now that almost the last peach on of his discourse at 1, but when he reNarrow, Square, A, B, C, D and E. lasts. These goods are worth Maj. Henry T. Stanton, died Mon- the Delaware peninsula has been marturned bo found Colson had stormed his anywhere S3 and $3.50 per pair. Our price to close out $1.50. day at Carrollton. ramparts and captured them. There was keted, growers aro counting up the proTyphoid is raging at Berea and fits of an unusually small crop. The outtherefore nothing for him to do but sit over ten deaths have occurred in put of Kent county, Md. Is computed to and wait till ho got through, except to have been something over 00,000 baskinterrupt the speaker and call him a liar, the laat week or bo. Latest Style Fall Hats at One Half their value. One lot mens' hats A son of Dr. Dudley Reynolds, of ets, and the growers realized $50,000. when he thought he had lied. Colson, slightly damaged, our price to close, 50c. Mens' soft worth committed suicide in Illinois. The first meeting of the Louisville however, paid no attention to the charge Louisville, and stiff, all shadesand shapes, regular $3 and $4 hat grades, your could not af- He was very dissipated. of mendacity, as he said he Fair and Driving Association is proving choice at $1.50. Mens' crushers, 25c, 35c and 45c, worth double.,Johnson went a mile on a bicycle 1 a moat successful oue. Good crowd are ford to indulge in a personal row. While The world's record attending and the sport is fine. The races Remember wc will be with you but a short while now. was going on Col. Adams, mount- Buffalo in 1 35 all this ed on a goods box, was addressing tho for a runniug horse is 1.35. are ali hotly contested and only one or Narragansett Pier is to have the fin- two have been won in straight heats. It crowd out on the square and altogether it was a dav long to be remembered by est ahoro hotel along the Now England took eight heats to decide tho 2:11 pace, the Pulaski republicans. Mr. White coast. The house will cost $300,000. which was finally won by Frank Agar; made a proposition thatthe candidates The residence of Cosimir Werk, at Lottie Lorraine, owned by G. & O.P.Cef, submit their claims to arbitrators, but Cincinnati, Buppoeed to be cil, of Danville, was second. Thero are Sho What a singular man Mr. Rich Colson declined his overtures. Col. Ad was burned to the ground entailing a one or more specials on the cards each i! Ho Yes, but it is not your fault. ams was favorable to it, however. There loss of $50,000. day and yesterday it was the great match is now apparently no earthly prospect Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, Ambassa- race between the kings of pacers, Rob- N. Y. Ledger. My stock of for an agreement and a withdrawal of dor to'Great Britain, spoke at Dover. ert J. and John R. Gentry. any of tho candidates, so it is safe to pre Del., to a crowded houso on the issues W. B. JONl s. ). T JONKJ, MOIi. OF A LOCAL NATURE. dict that George Erwin Stone will be the of the political campaign. next Congressman from that George W. Jones and two little sons No Democrat haa any excuse for gostronghold of republicans, the bloody were run over and killed by a train near ing back on a regularly constituted nom Eleventh. Wabash, Ind. Both of the horses they inee of bis Da'rtv. The 'late Senator of Middlesboro is ex. wore driving were also killed. Tue Beck once declared that lie would vote Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. The home of the Re,Y. J. B. Taylor, against his brother if that brother were periencing with terrificforce, the truth of N- - Y., waa burned ear-lthe apothegm, "Hell bath no fury like a at South Nyack, opposing a democratic nominee. There Ky. yesterday norning, and four of biB are a good many uemocraia id neniuuny woman Bcorned." Mayor McDowell, who Sole proprietor! Den' Wick DUnond Roof Childrep perished in the flames. was also the cashier of a bank in the who might nroflt Toy th'is saying of Sen- Punt, Hillmitet fumiincd for patn'loe Wood. There are over 13,006 republicans in ator Beck. A democrat who 'ia not a Metal million Koofs. Sa'Ufactloil Guirah(ed.t city ,'ia Bald to have paid devoted with Dcm' IMick court ;'to Miss Lou Bullock, & school Louisville according to the recent regis- democrat at all times and under al) cir- All rooli paiofeJ for years.' Dealeri ia Diamond Paint guaranteed belt citWc are Receiving a full line of 8,723 aro col- cumstances ia .worth very little to his tern I'umpj and Oalvanlred Iron FiIUm. 16im marm IronVMaysville, who wis teaching tration and of this number there. She claims that he promised o ored voters and 4,833 are white. parfy or his country. Jaccib Oldham, who apparently died marry her and in fulfillment of that T, fr Demaree, of Madison couty, promise fcok her fo .the Fojr gpaspns and wag prepared (or burial at his home prohibition 'candidate 'forpongresa in tho ! : Hotel last May. They .wont to me par- - in Madison, surprised the mourners by eighth district, did not comply with th'e demanding 'to be let law governing pho filing of petitions to lor and he excusing himself with the re- - coming to "Vlfgq for the magistrate ana n- - out oVthat. mark , get his name on the poll books, and for Zincs, pokers, Tongs, &c. Commencing at o'clock on Jhe afternoon of departed and was seen by Tho Postmaster General has issued that reason hia name may not appear on cense, ,, ., ..I . .,i. ,Dnue uu mure, .uuui sue a circular letter to remind postmasters the ballots. Mr. Demaree presented pp-l- y me wouiu-n9PT. 3Q, 1894, had him arrested for assault and battery. that tbelaw againBt forced political conone petition to hia homo county clerk, will & Stanford pike. mile He proved out of that easy enough and tributions from poatoffice employes when he snould have sent one eigned by On Iho MilledctTille chnrcji, ( Irom'McCormack't will sell at puhhc since then she has bad him arrested fivo be enforced. 400 voters to each clerk in the district. la my personalty, conmtiEL' of 4 Work Mulei, Can sell them at prices never brfore known. We makeJall of our 1 cood Milk Coir and heifer, HonMrs. Boxley died on the road near times on various charges, the last for If the next Copgress ia not demo- Jertey Heifer,extra jfood family PJiactop lJor, ownipipc and can fit any sovc. es, including grand larceny. He was captured in Lewisburg, in a wagon and was buried cratic all that democracy baa accomplish extra good family fiaeton Mare, a good Mares, nice yearling filly, ay Hogi, 75 Barrels of Kuoxvllle as a fugitive from justice and bycitizenB, ber husband being penniless. ed will stand condemned and all that it a.horse wagon, I Mowing Machine, hiy Corn, rake, where" the Miss The family was moving from some point proposes will bo negatived. Do you blue Kra header and other (arming Implements, brought to Louisville, Plows, hoes, harrow, fcc, a lot of new Uat .raili JJullock, admitted that she was acting in Illinois to their old home in Tennes- want to return "to nafd limes? If not and 100 locust posts, 4 stands of bees , some house' hold and kitchen lurnlture. solely for revenge, and the case was dis- see. don't vote againBt McCreary, Tubus. All turns under $10, cash In hand: pv l team er that amount a crbdit of ia months without fires starting simultaneously at missed. McDowell avers that he never Four Tho Centre College II. H. MAUCUM. promised the woman to mirry her, but Elizabethtown created great excitement defeated tho Bethel College, eleven, pf Bhaawearaby all that ia goed and holy as it was thought that a general attempt Russellville, by a pcore of HO to 0. This ! that he did and by the eternal he shall to burn the town waa being mado. Sev- ia said to be the largest scorovfever made I willl offer for tale on Buffer as he has mado her suffer and eral email residences and a stable were in a foot ball game. vengeful fires of hell," as burned. "mid the 1894, Oct. Th mnnl tinlnUO SunilttV BChOOl in O. J. Searcy, who haa been under arWhlttier puts it, make his life to be forAt P. M., on the premltes, the line of the Naahyille, late3John M. McKoberts, Sr.,the property olMain If Keceiyinf Hit rest at Cumberland, Md., accused of the the1 world ia on the ever a burden to him. situated on Female College. Said prop street, St. Louis railroad among erty opposite the In Aquia Creek robbery, baa mado a par- Chattanooga will be lots, and then -:- McKinlky has been orating in Chair- tial confession, which ltd to the recovery the teleuraDhera. The regular leeaon ia as a whole. offered two separate 1, i3oj. Une PALL-:-AN- D I'oiteiston given Jan. July i,'9J, and man Wilson's district, but Bourke Coch- of part of Jan. 'payable cent, interntt fobalance i, 1895. i, 'ofi, booty. Morganfield has UBuu, and all the queBtidna and anawera bearing 6 per the n Jan. ran is following him and undoing any w Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call W. H. iuooins, fcaor. are given hy wire. been further identified as Searcy's pal. devilment he may have done. The corner stone of a $25,000 Christian Church, at Georgetown, was laid Wednesday. San Diego, Cal., and the neighboring townB were visited by a Beries of earthquake shocks of more than ordinary se verity. Several hundred people havo been stricken down within tlm past few days by a mysterious plague in tho Coeur d'Aleno miuing district. Tho Georgia Legislature has convened and will elect two United States Senators, Senator Walsh, uow serving by appointment, will be elected to complete the present term. For the full term thero aro four candidate, with Hon. A. 0. Bacon in the lead. Denver 1bs tho longest street railway cablo iu tho world. The rope which acts as the motor for the Wolton street line is 30,000 feet or about seven miles iu length, being just 44 feet longer than the lougeet cable on the Broadway road in New York city. The State banks reporting to Secretory of State Headly fof the quarter ending Oct 1, show an increase of $2,G29,9S4 in loans and discounts as compared with the corresponding quarter of 1S93. Cash items decreased f524,507. and deposits increased $1,027,272. company, lesses of The Mason-For- d the convicts at the Eddyville prison, have notified tho warden of tho prison that they will no longer pay rewards for escaped convicts, nor provide, caoh roles-e- d convict with $5 and a suit of clothes as stipulated in tho lease. Of two Chinese arrested in Chicago ono was found to be carrying 34 railroad passes, which is regarded as evidence that he has been engaged iu smuggling Ohinesejiuto the United States. Other Chinese have offered $500 for tho death of the offlcrs who arretted this man. CHURCH AFFAIRS. -- Elder Gowan was Rick and couldn't commerce the Hustonvillo meeting Sunday, but we learn ho will bo on hand i next Sunday. v. rt. t'lniiiu, uii Til!..-!- .. r...t i.i li. at'tho NowiniuuiB, is. iiuiuuii; n meeting Christian Church, Govlnaton, which has drawn 25 to tho Were given to the Grand Jury yesterday but he nrglcctcd to tell fold at last accounts. emporiltev. J. W. Tylor will preach at tho them of the great bargains that can be secured at our grand Presbyterian church again next Sunday. um this week. Our stock is superb and as the season advances it beTim meeting at Georgetown blng held comes more and more attractive to bargain seekers. Our buyers have by Rev. S. M. Logan Is progressing lino- neither used IE mm : INSTRUCTIONS I ly. the utmost discretion and have spared Elder J. G. Livingston writPH that Uncle Sammy Spontiatnnre made the good confession nt Goshen Sunday and was baptized by him iu Dix River Monday. In sclcctW a stock that we can point to with a pardonable pride as The old gentleman U over SO years old being unsurpassed in Central Ky. in combination of Assortment, Elebut is still nsnctlvonR most in"!! ore at (SO. gance and Low Prices. Though we have always been, acknowledged Rori. W. B. Ragnn and W. J. !hu ney are holding a glorious revival at leaders in 5oots and Shoes, still our stock this season places us so East Kernstcad and have written to Rev. that all L. M. Lnsley to come up and npsist them. Tho meeting has been in progreps 10 days and thero have been over 100 conversions. Elder W. E. Crabtree, of Lexington, We askf you to come in and sec our ladies' 90c Shoe. The beauty is preaching to crowds which test tha ca- and cxcellance of it will surprise you. Our line of Cloaks comprise pacity of the Christian church and all all the latcst'designs in Ulack Cloth, Fur, &c. All direct from Eastwho hear him are pleaned with hia clear We can supply you in Men's Overcoats. Any thing and eloquent expounding of tho Scrip- ern)! Factories. tures. Thero have been no additions from thchcavicst ulster to the yet, but a deep interest is being aroused Mecca was vieited lat year by between 250,000 and 300,000 pilgrims, a much larger number than usual, as the principal day of the pilgrimngo happen- Extra length, box style. In fact you will find our stock complete and ed to fall on Friday; 00,000 came by sea, prices at last reached that rockbottom basis so long looked for. Wc ol whom nearly 10,000 died of cholera, advise you to come in and sec us early this week as our capacity is while of thoue who went bv land, most taxed to the utmost at all times to wait on the immense number of of them from British India, 15,000 perished. The mortality was 10 per cent, of people who arc anxicus to buy goods where they can be had the cheapest. But should you not get in until the last cf the week wc all the pilgrims. TIME NOR : MONEY Competition is Left Behind FALL WEIGHT OVERCOAT, Vj II - BE A LITTLE PATIENT, A I LOUISVILLE : STORE, post-offi- ce Selling Out! Selling Out! SEMMESo HATS. lau-reat- o, If (W 800 S-.50, 800 1 - 2-- Bo Fo TONJHig & mNo fire-proo- rock-ribbe- d JOXTES BEOS,, Clothing. Furnishing Goods, Boots H. J. ex-may- or y Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, I ic cROBERTS. PUPLip 1 J3ALE Stoves. Stoveboards, Coal Hods life-an- f i e TW9AY Gome in and See Them, W. H. WEAREN & CO. 1 1 1 1 foot-bal- PUBLIC SALE Saturday, 27th, ' WINTER 1 -:- GOODS. -- - ,? '.'-- .. fl , v 1 - V r Semi-Week- ly Interior Joubbj. OcTonnn 2(5, Stanford, Kjt., E. C. 1801 Walton, Business Manager MEANS IUSIHESS. Bchool books nnd school sup Buy your plies ol all kinds nt A. IL Penny's. WAtciim, clockB and jewelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. H. Penny's. TitK largest stock of Drugs. Medicines, Porluraery, Taints and Wall Paper at A. U. Penny's. Pescrlptlons a special- Nicb line of cookitigant boating Btovea For $3,000 and 5,000 accident tickets atFarrla & Hardin'e. at 25c per day call on J. H. Kirby, the insurance man. Hides. Highest market prico paid for 9 9 them in cash by M. F. Elkin. If you want to hear tho olection aa thoy come in from all over the If you want an artistically finished country, see Depot Agent Joe S. Rice, picturo go to Earp's Art Gallery, Stan- and givo him 50c towards tho amount ford. necessary to get them. Two cottsges on Whitloy Avenue for u. r. wilmot A Son, wtio travel lor a rent at $G each per inr)nth. Miller A dry goods.' house, were here yesterday Holm. and told us that the last week was the Mkat cutters, butcher knives, BAtiBago beet since they have been on the road. machines, coal hods, vasea and flro Beta They Bay tlmea nro improving everywhere. at Farrls & ilnrdin's. ns 'Mrs. A. F. Cheek, sister of Jndgo R. P. Jacobs, died -- J. Cheek, of Paris; Prof. Samuel Cheek, Mr. J. A. Cheek, Mrs. John W. Redd well-know- at Danville, aged GO. Four children survive ber: Rev. Frank ARE- 3 1 m I I We have sold more Dress Goods this season THE The Rev. Wm. Stott was returned to THE Nkw goods of all kinds and a big lot of Zelgler shors just received at 8. II. jail hero Tuesday by tliosheriff of Laurel- . than ever before in the history of our business. F ty. NEW ADVEUTLSKMENT-)F ilo was hero for safe keoping about six tiiiunkij'. Call and see. 13ecaus(?we have had a larger and better selected A PERSONAL POIKTS. A months nnd on his trial at the present Ik your hair Is falling out go to Wilk- term of tho Laurel circuit court, was RENT. oc1cuhpe,;ldTvs..5lors C stock than any house in this section. We have C Mn. G. W. Stkhibnb, oi Campbells inson's and Son. have it stopped. He has a given 09 years for tho murder of a man Apply to SiztI,45190 f. ct. Fo4ruion Jan, i,63 1893. S litagg, Stanford, ky. ti placed our second order and expect the goods in T villi', is here attending court. T buio euro for sculp trouble. named Collins, who, ho claims, took 1!b . . S IticitAim Gk.vthv, of LexltiKtoo, is the first of next week. We will have new Covert S wife from him. When Stott found out Foil Hunt. Residence occupied by B. with his brothers for a faw days. tho Btato of affairs ho went for Collins, THE cloths, New Novelties, new Taylor checks, new THE payMios Maiiy Mykim left Wednesday to K. Wearon. Prico ?13, mintaly who departed for a aafr clime, leaving ments. Thoo. Il!chardB,Stanford. spend the winter at Pomona, Cal. serges and you are invited to call and see them. F tho woman behind. Like n Nemesis, F Mr. Hiciiahd Walter returned from followed him for GU miles or more Stott I virtue 01 laxet amounting to $m.67. beside Trimmings and prices to match. I j A fkmalk tramp printer called ou us London Tuesday greatly Improved. cotti and commuiIfn,due 10 the town ot Stanford G New novelties at 40c usually sold at 50c. is visiting Misses tho other day in search of n job. Bbo and overtaking him sent his soul unpre- Kentucky, by J. S. Murphy for the year iSjj, G Miss Pkarl Ik'iiNPiDB pared into eternity, a rather malicious will on Jennio and Beaalo Uurnsido iu Garrard. claimed Guthrie, Oklahoma, as her home and unpreacherlike New Imp. novelties at 75c usually sold at $ii U U performance. The Nov. 1894, IUv. Stkothku Cook, Sn., of Mercer, and looked as if sho had walked the K. New Taylor checks at 75 usually sold at $1. jury sympathized with him in tho loss Iletween R way. Wo wero too well supplied the hours ol to A. M. and a P. M., at Vtslled his sister, Mrs. Belay Nevius, tills of his wife, but thought he carried the the Court Houic door in Stanford, Lincoln Co., New Children's Plaids at 35c usually sold at 50c. E E with lelp to give her a "caso." week. K. epoe to public following hlgheit matter too far in the pursuit of his vic- for cash in hand, tbe i!e to the property bidder r, Come and sec what cash will do. (or to S B. H, Dankb, that is Danks. tho A Nice little rain, ouilkiont to make tim, hence their heavy verdict. Tho con- much thereof ai may be necettary to latijiy the Is in tho cities hunting for novelties amount of the taxei alorciaid due and com) tho water stand in tho road for two or demned la a Northern Methodist preachfor his up to date store. 8 8 three days, fell in tho section between er and a man of more than ordinary at- UTORTV AGUES OB1 t Mr. It. M. Moubbh went to Bradforda Ottenheim aud Crab Orchard, tho first of tainments. Tho other prisoners, Vivian Bounded as ioIIowi On the West by the ville, Tuesday, whero ho has a big job of tho week. Tho country there does not and Lawrence, from tho same county and leading to Uoneyvillr, on tho South by S. hnnj-tng- . painting and papnr DO YOU NEED Mrs from who were also in jail hero for a long II llaughman, on the Eatt byAnaph M. C. on the North by the St. Branch. The Mjis. John Trayloii brought appear to havo suffered as much Mr. and time, woro given bo ven and eight years propertyof said J. h. Murphy leviel on by me as as this section. their pretty girl twlmi to see us yester- the drouth and tax collector of town, to respectively for breaking open and steal manualthe taxes and commission said costs aforesatisfy and Doty. day, Willie Gordon and Krankie Absionbd. Mrs. D. G. Slaughter & ing from iinL. A 1 car near Livingston. said. Amount of tax on cronertr. Sio t.a. Si it 6 per cent, pcniliy for $1 fcrcost of The couple have livo children, all girls. Son, of Crab Orchard, have assigned to levy. Total to be raised. 21.67. Two of Hustonville'H fairest, Misses Mr. Strother, of Louisville, for tho beno-fi- t OiiKhNUTTiNO. Tho following ladies U.J NEWLAXD, City Marshal of Stsnfbrd. We Mary Holme Lusk and Kato Cook, were composed n merry nut' 63 of their croditors. Tho liabilities aro and a of Mrs. W. L. Evans at the guests about $1,300 and the goods iuvoice about ting party Tuesday: Misses Elizabeth Houso Wednesday. Mr. L. M. Beld 800. Hard times and soverai robberies McElunin, Magsio Owsley, Katherine FIT accompanied them. Bangbman, Fannio ShankB, Dollie aro given as tho cauao of the failure. of Dan- MKBSIIS. It. J. HllECKlNBlDOK, Clara Lackeyand Evelyn BuchyTiieTW. 0. A W. B. Hansford and F. F. Will guarantee a Fit or no Pay. ,No Charge for Examination. Mil M. N. DkPadw celebrated his 03d anan; Messrs. A. S. Price, J. S. Welle, Ily virtue of taxea amountlu; to S; to, besides Bobbltt, of Crab Orchard, and Win. birthday Tuesday by serving on tho jury, W. U. Weoren, J. U. Baughman, Will costs and commission, due the city of Stanioid, Ky., THE Herndon, of Lancaster, aro tho only vis- identically the same way ho celebrated it Embry, J. Carroll Bailoy and tho Inteh-io- r on by Mrs. M. J. Miller tor the jcrr 1893, I will iting lawyers that havo appeared at tho last year and the year before This goes Journal representative. Tho day Nov. 1894. present court o far. to prove that Mr. DePauw is not only a waa as perfect nB over camo in mild Octot, Prof. T. M. With hisBon-in-lasplendid man, but an extra good juror. ber, with its cloudleea sky, its mellow Retwcen the nours of 10 A. M. and s P. M., at the btanlord. Squlro J. S. Murphy made a I!y tho way ho tells us that he was bom Bunshino and its balmy bieezes; tho la- Ky., expoe todoor in sale to the Lincoln County, public htsheit bidder of his old stamping ground In in tho houao he lives in and baa spent as lovely and aa beautiful as for cash In had. the followinKlroperty (or so much dies were tour thereof as may be nrcessary to satisfy tbe amount o'er tho sun shone on; the drive through of the taxct aforesaid due and costs, Wayne county last week and enjoyed long 03 years iu it. Has just what people want. Lowest prices, the latest styles and the . tho gorgeouB hued forests was eimply FIFlUfiKN' ACRES OF XiVT33. again the scenes of his childhood. He There are three tickets for trustees of sublime; the lunch, which the young la- is past 80 now, but quite active. Tho West by Hounded as follows: On county are prosper-ou- b Ilonland with W. O. Burnett for police dies'had prepared and served on the leaf ford ,V Oannlle Wrnptk. the the North the Stan on people of his native by Mrs. C Warren and no. B II Hiker, and happy, he tells us. The drouth judge on all of them. Citizens' ticket covered ground in true picnic style, was Cooper,on the East by by R. C. Warren, Cooper, on the South property of I'axtcn nd haa not affected them nearly so bad as So. 1. G. "W. Goodrich, B. P. Martin, T. a real toast of good things and every- M Miller Kmbry, on 'Jbhe me as marshal said Mrs. levied and tax J. J. Jennings, John F. Delanoy, Alox Mar- thing combined to make the day a bright collector of said town t) satisfy the taxes and comhere. aforesaid. Amount tax on tin. Citizens' No. '2. Win. Bunn, John and shining spot in tho lives of tho hap- mission and costs per cent, penalty for ofnon payproperty $7 31, 6 CITY AND V1RINITY. I will complete my new price list this-weeW. Flowers, Alfred Haley, Wm. Tapp py participants. The party found plen- ment 4jc, 8a cost for levy in or er t'i cover the ever brought to Stanford. cost ot such advertisement and notification. To jewel- - and Harry Dunn. The other ticket is J. and OTHER HOUSES WILL BE NO MORE IN IT. ty of chesnuts, in Wm. H user's store at tal arncunt to 1)5 raised fj 74 Trade with Danks, tho leading O J. NEWLANO, Come to headquarters. I have made the prices since my embark-men- t, F. Dulanoy, Alex Martin, P. L. Camdeu-Wm- . Ottenheim, at 25 cents a gallon, which or. 63 Marshal City of Stanford. Tapp and T. J. Jennings. Frank was much cheaper and better than getand will continue to make my customers prices that will cerA Gbobob Stonu club has been formed Martin is candidate for marshal on the ting tho fingers stuck all to pieces, tainly induce them to pay cash. Call and see my elegant Fall stock. at Corbln. 1st, T. D. Martin on the 2d and N. J. "Opening a Chesnut Burr." Alter lunch, and wedding presents. Holiday, birth-da' down new Filo silk at Hixson on tho 3d. .O.sk hdudrkd tho drivo was extended to Crab Orchard, W. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel; 40c. Severance & 8on. THE ATTk ACTION' tho whero tho beauties of the springs and Boss Davison is, we learn, telling places wero enjoyed, and in tbe Uons, to the wife of Middleton Lynn, Gormans and others whom ho can dupe, other twilight "tho hour of melancholy, mirth WILL : E. : CULHANE'S that if they will vote for him, ho will, if a gtrl 'Margaret Wood. it s open. This! and love," the joyous party turned their elected throw all the FAMOUS faces homeward, arriving in Stanford af GRANCtATKD sugar L0 Hs. for $1, is in line with most of tho promises raado at C. D. Powell's. having oxporienced nearly 12 hours of grapes 112 eta. per basket by this pretender, who presumes upon no one eolid enjoyment. IUmbmukh the sale of the McUoberts tho Ignoranco of the people. Let Band and at a r. M., opposite be deceived. Tho county judgo has no property MATR.MONIALMATTERS. THE BIG MINSTREL BOONL more authority tlun tho humblest yoter Female College. Always ready. This is our Yesterday at I. II. Jones', Miss Alice Funny Endmeu, in tho county to order freo turnpikes. motto. followed by iucreaMng cloudi- Ttirit is a legislative matter entirely. Boss Jones and Win. Pumphrey were united "Fair, Comical Comedians, ness, warmer Friday," saya tho weather Davison's only hope 1b to fool enough in marriage Each is 10 years old. Sweet Singers, dispatch of yesterday. The Louisville Times printed pictfools into voting for him. Artistic Dancers. ures Monday of Capt. Andrew Jackson Tub Advocate admita that it was misThkhk are three councilman to be Webb, of Lawrence county, with his taken about our water supply and that elected in Stanford at tho approaching wife and 17 children. aa uBual 11 went off half cocked. Everything; New and Upto date, election. Tho citizens' ticket, which will Helen Grier, convicted of poisonintt New Cloth Capes, New Jackets, our cloaks appear under tho device a pair of scales her sixth husband, has been sentonccd Don't forgot to exaiuiuo TWENTY ARTISTS iu composed of S. II. New our black and fancy ilrcm on the ballots, to 10 yoara in the penitentiary at SpoCloaks, New Misses and wraps and ......... AT Uaughmau, J. O. Florence and M. F. El- kane, Wash. goods, genta' and ladles' underwear, Ac. and Children's Cloaks and the kin. The equal right ticket haa for ila Ono of the most beautiful weddings WALTON'SOPERA HOUSE Hughes A Tate. choicest line of device, n lighted torch and upon it are over seen in the Bluegrass ,'was that at ONE NIGHT ONLY, iu search of goods tho names of J. M. Hail, W. L. Withers I Lexington of Mr. Wb aro in tho cities Klctiard Hopple, of for fall trade. Wo aro going to interest and J. M. Stone. Mr. Florence Bays he Cincinnati, and Miss Margaret Winston, WEDNESDAY. NOV. 7, 1894 you, so Keep your eyo on us and remem- did not authorize the use of his name of Lexington. Reserved beats tn sale at W. 11. McRobert's Drue Store. when you want anything in the aud wants it left oil' tho ballots and Mr. ber that B. A. Word and Miss Lillio Clark, a Jowelery lino or au up to date present Elkin also prefers to ho left off. daughter of Circuit Judge A. II. Clark m a w Ever brought here. We keep a Danks, tho jowelor, Hbb it. CouhT. Very little baa beon of Burbourville, gave their friends tbo Cihcuit ii1 full line of J. B. & P. D. Corsets, Persons who havo bought lota in the dono by this tribunal so far. In fact, slip and wero united in marriage at Jefand the best and cheapest line of cemetery and havo not received deeds tuero is yery little to bo dono in tho mat- ferson ville, Ind. Misa Ingalls, tho oldest daughter of by calling on Mack ter o! Commonwealth cases. The dockLadies and Gentlemen's under-war- e for them can get them from Kansas, who ia said B. Paxton, and those et is lighter than for years and for the the we havp ever offered. You Huffman or J. who have bought and not paid will first tiino since we can remember there to bo a very beautiful woman, and Dr.E. who want Winter Shoes or Boots, . pleaso settle and -ot their dceda is not a murder case on it, .but Will Ilalo G. Blai, of Atchison, Kaa., wero mareither ladies' or gents' don't fail to will bo indicted for idling young $en- - ried Wednesday oyening. To nrovide for ovory emergency and to nington. Tbe grand jury baa returned Misa Mary . Bartlett has brought They are not one of a kind but many examine ours before buying. supply a greater demand for water, the indictments against John Belden for ma eult at East Cambridge, Mass., to recovBrighter prospects are visible from every of reach kind and all cheap. company is having yells bored at tho liciously wounding Mr. Wilcher and for er 1175,000 from the estate of Dr. Henry we joyfully confess that trade is much betpoint of the compass and InoxbauaUblo Btreams of water J. Bigelow, who died in lfcO. She alleg-e- s Tiqnimer for ;ape and ter with us because we sell more goods for a silver dollar than ever bolow tho surface all assiul, Win. run'not ve'ry deep tho breach of a promise to marry. means so much more than before. Come and try it. others for minor p flenses. uasty about there and it is not of tho R. O. Pedicord, aged 70, haa Bued J. W. Held, one of half a dozen or you imagine serious and' QlxIUver clthor. quality of moro JIustonvillo men Jndicted some bis wife or divorce, in wm muii uiacaaca timo ago for gambling, stootj his trial nnd Brown county, Ohio. She says Bbo does Mb. Jous H. KtauY haa opened a trifling ailments neglected. ' D. was acquitted, because ho bad gone be- not liko him and has gone homo to ber Don'j: with Nature's ' good business in fore tbo grand jury and testified. The adopted parents. They were married in greatest gilt health. others ndicted jn order to aypid public- 1892 and have ono child. life, fire, accident and tornado. Ho a If you are feeling The marriage of Wm Sarah Frances jmmb.er of excellent compaji-ie- ity, bad paid fines and costs to. the ! out of sorts, weak: worthy of a liberal amount of $27 each, but tboy say they Farra, of Fayette, to Prof. Alfred Z m anu pjcncijuiy and Ib himself Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to nausieu, ncrvum, j Parlor will know bow to work it hereafter. of Tiffin, 0., was solemnized in the patronage. See his ad. on first pBge. uu ai'div nac Stanford. We also lead in anu can't wore, j They will play all the poker tbey want Central Christian church, at Lexington, begin at onceia- - y candidates will contest for the to and then run to the grand Foun lug trie most icna. 4 jury and Wednesday afternoon. Tho Waynedburg: E. die SirCIIKMlcll,K m office of m'aglBtrato at tell and be law will let them off. ia a native of Now Zealand and a profesmeaicine.wniniis- 4 democrat, A. Q. inullc-as- r. Caldwell, Jr., prown nun iiB. Tbo court austained L F. Steele's sor in tbo University at Tiffin. Tho bride tets. A lew 001. republican, John Crow, independto tbo indictment charging him la the pretty sister of Mra. Judge Matt tics cure ucucui independent comes from the ent and Wm. Leach, also Walton. very first dose it ia tho lyith bribery in election, but the' Com: AtUustonville,D. J. Nowburn ntn't itai your appeal Mr. Qeorgo F. Pendleton and Misa . it- - ..anrUilata for marshal and monwealth's Attorney prayed an tttlh, and It's ., Call and See a Beautiful Line. aemocruwu ..r to tho court of appeals. pleasant to take. Jennio Withers were married by Rev. Dover tho republican. J. T. Will Ualo waa indicted for murder and W. E. Ellis, at the home of tho bridb'd for water goes up from all his trial set for next Monday. Henry mother, Mrs. M. J. yitbers, Wednesday. Tub cry At Ilus- - and Judgo Turner, who aro charged with The groom is a clever aud iadustrjous , miintrv round-abou- t. Kidney and Liver Dyspepsia, THE HERO OK to haul their killing cattlo belonging to R. 'II. . m nmB nconlo have young inan and tho bride is a very lovNeuralgia, v Troubles, grill have their cases called on able and worthy young lady. The union miles as well as drinking water aoveral Constipation, Dad Blood tho Otten- that day also. ought therefore to be a happy one and Nervous allmcnU i for their stock, and iu Malaria, that of tbe wells have Tho third trial of the suit of Henry their friends are sure it will be. Women's complaints. heim oettlement many exceedingly ft. H. Bronaugh, Pror, bard Turner, colored, againsi Anderson Carr, ia red Get only tho genuine it has crossed sub- Eono dry and water Matt Cohen showed his atringot horOrab Orchard, - - Kentucky lines on the wrapper. All others are wc r u.ain Wo know ono farmer who also colored,for d for services rent iwn ic. ..i...... nt. .. fenaiBeautifuliiamm WorW daily for bis stock sulted in aiverdict for Carr for over $7, ses at 14 fairs this year at which bo won set of will send has to haul 15 barrela Pair Views and book free. 1SS first, 48 second and nine third premfigs fot sale from the best trpes of Registered miles his contra account for breakage and BROWM CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, mu. tbo Hanging from amounting to $3,083.05. being accepted at its face value. iums, stock. Breeders secuied from the best herds in several different States. Correspondence Solicited m W mjtfA1 X Ac 9 and Mrs. W. B. Thomas, of Danville. James U. Snndtfer, a farmer living three miles from Danville, is in a critical condition from the effects of being hit by a stone thrown by an un known assailant. He is completely paralyzed. A dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer from Danville says that natural gas was struck by on tho farm of J. P. Harbison, near Parks ville. well-drillers YouInAHurry? Stop, Bead these Facts & Figures. ui i M F, t FOR Marshal's SALE FOR TAXES. 71 Y 1 en-ti- ro Saturday, 20, -- 1 Jow-ele- S. lt: IBSVHRANOIH & SOW couu-trro- ad liuru-sid- e, vcnflflllHiHSiS9rH!ILv in SPECTACLES? -- My-er- Marshal's SALE FOB. TAHS2S. tiA SCIENTIFICALLY. Saturday, Court-Hous- Good-knlgh- 20, IDAKm JTEll3EIL13Bs e OTITCHISMS to-w- m m Most Complete Stock Of Furniture T COMING I y i toll-gate- i Orchestra. (Dor e Hem Things. THE WHITE HUMARS. 20 New Fur Capes, 40-inch i 20 11 M M tfjst or aey-er- al In Poor Health iuuu pay vn Black and Fancy Dress Goods HUGHES & TATE. W.Van-Uoveerandiadofn- ga LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. 0 am-ro- d, Brown's J brjde-groo- m 'do-murr- er Iron j Bitters it Cures Queensware, Glassware, &c. F'ARRIS & HARDIN. BLUE-GKAS- S Bro-naug- h, Duroc Red Jersey Swine $70-od- u, .. caro-lesaa'e- sa way H r 9 Wll Ml T' W mtm -- JU "S" Semi-Week- ly Interior Jodrhb' III Published Every Tuosday and Friday AT $2 IJCR. Y1CA.T. IT jVD V.A.NOIB not so paid 33.60 will be charged." 4?S&WBr) FODDER SHREDDER. Tcnris tlio . i V V Conrict nmt Stlffcst Stall: lititts to Tattr-rAmong tho ngrlcnltnrnl machines IFJRXID.A.'Sr. "EJ comitiR into (luiuaml Intoly is tho fodder necessary. When phreddcr. Foddor alone, nftor tho cars of corn liavo boon husked out, contains K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 07 per cent of tho vnluo of tho crop. Nearly that per cont of tho foddor itself Train icavo Rowland at 7:00 .1. m., returning 1ms boon wasted heretofore by tho old fashioned method of feeding. In addiLOCAL TIME CARD. tion to that, tho sharp pieces of tho stalks .13; pm cut great scratches in tho lining of th) Meiltrsm come North ..... South.... .iipa Times. ti 51 pu cow's intestines. Exprsss train " South.. Tho timo has como when tho AmerNorth...... ..3101 .9 36 a m ican fnrmer can no longer uflord to Local freight North.. . lIlRh Art In New York. ... .....w ,ao7P m South... wasto onything. Tho Gurmau farmer Miss Rorutclipper, a Now York soThe Utter tralna alio carry pasiengers. The above It calculated on standard time SoUr will como to tno united states, buy a ciety lady living on Fifth avenue, re4rM I about ao minutes fatter. wornout patch of ground that au Amor- - cently called at tho studio of Her Von Dauber, the celebrated arttstv CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN & "I dcslro to have my picture taken," she said. Going North trains pass Junction City at foVestibule starts 6 a. m. llows: "Vltch vould you brefer, a crayon Limited j:.ts p. m. Local 1:10 p. m. Florida bortralt or an oil balntlng?" asked Von Limited 3:13. a. m. South-- N O. Vestibule tJ 8 p.' m. Florida Daulicr. Limited tsti.ci. m Local 11:55 p. m. "You can paint me In crayon first Vestibule arrives S:40 p. mf and If I don't like It you can put somo oil on It afterward," she replied. S OB 8 PAES. Jt VBBY tJIL&H. congressman's direction. Ho came back shortly after and re- -' ported progress. "I've took some met!- lClllC," ho Said, "but darned if 1 wont Ptm Hardly a vtck pittes but what somo mtmbtrot the family namecuoi 11. a moiiiacno to that doctor of yours." jorhead.eUe may be cured by tt. A touch of "Ahy, want was tho matter with rheumatism or neuralgia quieted. The severe pain of n burn or sold promptly reuevea ami ine him?" queried the congressman. healed in much less time than when medicine "Well," replied his constituent. his sore m h ntfor A snratn may be promptly ha. 4 treated before inflamatian sets in, which insures house looked nrettv nieo and I wnn Wf ro- .... . .. r cure nbout i uuuu. ... Ku in wnon I. saw on me tlOOf quired in Cuts and bruises the time otnerwue' iu should rcc Ive imtntxil. hefarn ihp nails lecome swollen. plate his iinrao, 'Dr. X.' and bolow It iniin.ni flalm it kept done which can onlv MOtol.' When I saw that I snld to at hand. A sorebethroat when Taincured before maybe myhclf: I'll bo hanged if I'll take any ltntma serious. A ttoublesome coin may br a day for a woeU or such risk as that. So I went two doors movedbyapplylncit twice cured and several days two, A lame back may be farther and saw another plato with of valuable time aaved or a pain in the aid? or Dr. Y.' and below It '3 to .' I went chest re!ioed without paying a doctor bill. I'ro-- c you will riewr ire to sco him instead.".- -- Washington regreta to cent bottli at ouce anJ It, ing disposition, who came to Washing ton, and happening to fall sick went out to look for a curtain doctor at tho Texas member" tolls the following story of n constituent of his of n sportA Took tliw Smaller Otitis. I j For tWelve Bucxtln'sArnlca Salve. months. Will The beet salve In the world tor cun, bruiien per cent. Inter tores, ulcers, It rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- - site Call on security and Efirht J. It. PAXTON, Attorney, Ftanft.rd ped hands, chilblains, corni and all skin erup-- I est. Situated hall a mile Woit c McKlnnoy aud olon. It positively cures pile, or no par requir containing 13a acres of Nnd in Rood state oi cultiperfect latttfactioa It It guaranteed to to d. vation. Possession kIvsii by Jan. 1st, 1893. For particulars apply to tr money retunded. Trice J cents per boa. yor tale by A. K. Penny, Mantnru, ivy. ED. Al. ESTES or J.S. W. GIVKNS, McKinney, Ky. needed In every There no medicine so often 81,500 WANTED. nrst-clais Desirable Farm for Sale. jS-i- m X&Z&tfgJZMSWn I I R. Zimmer, -- DE.W.E. PENNF Dentist. vaoaled by Dr. Lee Office South Bide Main St., in ofEee K. ree-ntly Ilulfman, Stanford, K . 1 I one-thu- d DKALKR IN- - J. B. HIGGINS, .Dealers n. Fancy VorsalebyDr. ford. G. HoeVcr, idrujtglst, Stan- Groceries All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Kv. Foreign and Do: i , mestic Fruits, VWtt Itehy tVh.cn SIM GKAIIAItX and Wayntsburjf Magisterial District, subject to the action of the republican party. Blue-Grass l a candidate for Constnble in the Highland hi fM VI..n Mue-Gra- is lo When 4it her Caatari. m a Child, ano cried for rAftterl.v bvcoiuo 5Ils. ah cIuor to Cnjttortv bV. CbJUrtm, the fve tlirra C.t'teri n-t- s4l rt 0 fjrtva Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. OROUAnD, Headquarters.for almost anything you want, when you wanta.hrst- - Nurseries. LAW, GARDEN. Blue-Gra- ss Texas Sitlngs. lYITHOn A World's Fair Record. I hired tills morning," sa d Farmer Ilaycroft, "plowtnl one furrow ncross the field and then FODDEn SHltEDDER. RUSSELL Stanford, Ky. I am now ready to dellvei manufactuied Ice lean agriculturist would starve to death went and laid down, and ho hasn't -- ..1'ioprietois .,... Irom the Stanford Factory o cu.mers reRularlv moved since." en and not only niako a good living on every mornliiK at the rate cf HITV CKNTS "What was tho matter with him?" LOIS and over, and PERHUNURKDPOUNU it, but savo money enough to buy other "He said he believed In goln at 75c In smaller lots. shiftless and discouraged Amcrictm E. UllEMEIl, Stanford. to scripter, and that when n ,o Mala and Danville Sla., Hustovilte, Ky. owners' lands. Tho German farmer gets man has put his hand to tho plow he WV have recently repainted and refurnished rich by saving in this country, as ho tho louse throughout and are prepared to accom never ort to turn back." Chicago was obliged to savo in tho old ono. I T3a.o modate the public In style. Our Ratei ffisofafefy are very reasonable and a good table at all times. Our inoro enlightened farmers not Tribune. Special attention to traveling men. Elegant -tho ran down at tho heel ones nro At my store you will nnd one 01 ne nnest GOURIER-dOURNA- L room attached flnuilble. Also a Saloon connection with the Hotel. Call and see ua. stocks of Military and Embroidery Material ever learning to savo by investing in first ,5 Llttlo Johnny Aunt Julia, what of tarter baking pow- class machinery ns fast as they aro ablo makes thoso funny spots on your face? brought to Stanford, lhave paid cash fur my goods Is a ten page eight column democratic newspaper. A cream and sell them for cssh, so low that you will be It contains the best of everything going. IIEN-Rder. Highest of all in leavening to pay cash for it Tho cnlightoued Aunt Julia (who is very 'freckled) I forced to buy irom me. An examination will con- WATTE RSON is the editor. Latest United States farmer will not go into debt for ma- bcllevo It's because I have so much iiice you and you ate Invited to make. it. strength. F. D. IlILBT.lFToprlotor, chinery. It is too risky. Iron In my blood; It Is only when I PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. MRS. A. A. McKINNEY. Government Food Report. Fodder is cut green and put into tho havo been out In wet weather, though, - - - Kontucky. The WEEKLY makes London. very liberal terms to agent , and elves lire preROYAL BAKINGjTOWDER CO., silo by many of tho best livo stock men. that they arc noticeable. I wo do not know that tho shredder is of miums for clubs Sample copies ofthe paper and Little Johnnv Oh, yes; know! You A I have moved to ray new Hoisllsnd aa bettar four page Premium Supplement seal free to any prepared than ever to accommodate the public. lOG Wall Street, New York. any particular advantage- here, but it is go out in tho weather and the iron iu kddrras. Write to Oood Livery attached and every convenicac TSMiss Moore will arrlvo October 1st, with everyclaimed that it is. Tho claim is that tho your blood gets rusted. Puck. Give me a call. thing that Is new and nobby Is the way of L ThoCOURIER-JOURNAshredded silago will pack closer and A. S. FRANK RII.KY. CO. T7 Atrvnyn Unlucky. keep out air. Tho best shrcddoni cat tho SURGEON DENTIST. LOclhVILLE. KY. Do Tanque Do you think It's un(talk, leaves and cars of corn into a The g lucky for thirteen to sit at a table? OSicoover McRoberts Drue Storo In the m I'leaie call and examine my itock before mass which rcsomblcs oxcolnior mattress Owsley Building. My prices shall bo the lowest. 1 hanking Somi- - Weekly Interior Journal, Old Soak I should hay so. Why, I filling. Tho illustration shows ono patStanford. you for past favors, respectfully, At the old stand ol J. B. Green, in . KATE OUUDbRAR, Manager. And The tern of thoso shredders. Tho wido awako was one of thirteen last week, and It I sat down that I discovfanner cute his fodder with, a corn cut- wasn't until HuBtonvillo, - - Kontucky, Courier-Journ- al ting machine, cures it and then shreds ered they were nil prohibitionists. Has Just received a beautiful line of I Wlllbessnt one year to any address fer it and pack it away liko hay. After g Philadelphia Record. SS TS. Address W. I. WALTON, shredded it can bo baled. Tho gain Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. A Vnluablo Client Gone. IS Stmfprd, Ky iu tho quantity of fedder saved and diernes outMiss First Vestern Lawyer A penny for tnz my Jsrboe, rrj tilmmerllslnine will not makeCall and see his stock and ret ls prices which 1 all and Winter Stock, and I gested would in a few years pay for tho your thoughts. are lew. r than anybodys. If you want nice set .A tjl..Lll. ...,..-chasemy usual tail irip. iin.ui" jiii'w.u ha till s ofharsrss, whip or duster, cost 01 the machine. will arrive next week and you ate cordially Second Ycstrn Lawyer I was Binder Twine for sale. thinking of Solomon and his threo hun- invited to call. The Mbs In Tall. MISS LICCIE REAZLEY, Shortest and quickest between So far as ryjssible, tho fall piga should dred wives. What an amount of diStanford, K.y, MYERS HOUSE bo weanod and bo well accustomed to vorce business he could havo thrown In eating bef' 9 Kovcro cold weather sets a man's way! Puck. Only Direct Line between in. It is di Jcult, unless more than orHo Wus an Artist Nevertheless. Frankfort, Qoorsotown nnd Purls, dinary caro is taken, to wean pigs in Darry And you call Ilrown an artOarllslo, Mnysvillo, Oynthlanu, Call on the undersigned at Rowland, Lincoln cold weather without stopping tho ist? Why ho can't even draw his salP. W. GREEN, Prop. counlv, Ky , tor terms. We want to neRotlate Falmouth and Covington. growth, to somo extent at least, and ary. loans on first mortgage security on real estate, Agent for paper. ...For a., this is always to bo avoided. Then, if Calcr Yes, but his talent for draw- itocks, botias and commercial Train This stable, which l run n coneectlon with the ask lor ttckeii via Kentucky tho pigs aro not woanod until lato, tho ing on his Imagination is truly remark- the Missouri Brokerage Co., it. t,,ou'; i' run by Central Standard Time. M. N.fcAllLV. Myers House, ha beea supplied with RefreshingBath, Hot or Cold, bows cannot bo bred to tho best advan-tag- o able. Ho is one of the most gifted 65.4 TimeTabluJnne 14, 1804. No. 1. No 3. TRAINS EAST. No. 7. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, for tho spring litters. On nearly liars in town. Arkansaw Traveler. X stylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to p. in. a. m. p. m. Buggies, Wagons, every farm it is quito an item to havo a 00 4 10 Co Leave l'ranklort A 700 Oook & Farmer's JBarbor Shop. good supply of pigs for fall feeding, and 4 14 Summits... ...........700' A Windfall. 10 nswmer'sSuppli-tn- d .in " Is better than ever 3 KUnorn,.....; 18 Mother I lmvo just heard something in doing this tho fall litters should bo .supply the public with " Swiiter M......7 ti I 40 prepaie . VOU ARE GOING " Stamping Ground.7 sS 1 00 .IF weaned in good season so as to allow that you ought to know. Your father 3 8 Duvsll..... ., RIOS OP ALL KINDS. 44 I 10 ......734 tho sows to recupcrato beforo breeding tclh mo that your husband Is hope Is now fully organised and ready for business will " Johnson OR TZSTEST, 4 50 7 40 0 Personal and prnmptattention givsnto Weddlngi " Georgetown....!! -- .7 4S lessly involved. again. 4 ST 35 up Capital of - - $200,000. ' C S. Depot..... .... .7 je THE JOJ 300 Parties and Burials. It is best gradually to increaso tho Married Daughter Isn't that lovelj-- ! Paid " Newton... P. W. GREEN, ..8o3 J J 000 " CenireviHe.......,..... it feed of tho pigs, commencing about 10 Now, mnybc, he'll make over all I1I3 Surplus, . AI BURNS.Managtr Proprietor J3 " Elisabeth- - ........I so 3 45 55 days beforo weaning, so tlrat by tho property to me. N. Y. Weekly. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL Arrive raru......C....8 jo 4 00 BANK OK STANFORD, timo thoy aro weaned thoy can bo given NEXT THING TO IT. Now closing up) with the same ass.ia and.undsi all that thoy will eat up clean. It is the same management. No. s. No. 4. No. S No. 1 l TRAINS WEST. By provitions of its chaitcr, depositors axe usually best to chango tho quarters of a. in. p m. a. m 4 40 fully protected as aie depositor! in Nation. Lve Paris ...,C. ..to 00 4 45 05 tho pigs, putting them Into a now place, Banks, its shareholders being held individual ir.W. GREEN, Proprietor, NASHVILLE R. R. 6 if LOUISVULC 4 10 Arr 5 i tiaole to the extent of the amount of their stocl Arr Klliabelh.....io 14 rather than to chango tho sow, as thoy 1 19 CtntrevllIe.io therein at the par value thereol, in addition to tu Arr Newtown ........ .10 as : : : Kontucky. will fret less than if in their accustomed 5 40 617 amount invested In such shares. It may act at Depot -- 93s 641 600 I the line for you, as its placo. It is always best to allow thorn executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as ArrC.S. II 1037 64 ArrticorKcton 747 an individual. to run out in order to afford thorn a 6jl 8 00 ....,1147 Ism still running this their buisiness to ui Arrlohinon ......... 10 To those who Hotel and Arr Duvsll. j t 6 (,7 810 National Bank ol ArrSlamp'g Ground will continue to give my guests the poliust attengoou opportunity 10 exercise, as a the Lincoln while mnagln 1100 830 Makejclote connections at 703 tion as well as the best tho nisrket affords. we we hete tender our many thanks and Arr Stanford, S jc 10 healthier growth nnd development will 713 their busicrai tiust tbey will continue to transact prompt atten- Arr Swiiifr.........n Elkhotn LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI bo secured if thoy can run out than if .1117 70 t905 with us, ottering as a guarantee for pecial Attention to tho Travel15 .,ii 23 7 ri It Arrrimiimit For all points. tion to aamc, our twenty jeare experiencecop Air Kraokfvrt...A closely confined. ..1130 735 913 ing Public. banking and as liberal accommodations as are SOLD. THROUGH TICKETS A connect, with L. .V N. Under ordinary conditions tho separaci I tent with sound banking. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH II connects with Q. .V C. and L. S. When you want a tion can bo mado completo at once. If turnout come to my Fdr any tn'formlion enquire or Cconnccts with K. C. dirictoxs: JOES. HICK. Agent, tho how is given dry feed and a stinted SUN DAY TRAINS. Stanford, Kyi JLIVJERY jr ration for two or threo days after tho Leave Frankfort 9 00 a. m ; Georgetown 10 00 a. J. J. Williams, ML Vernon ; W. A. McQUOWN.Trav. Pass. Agent, m. Lve GvorKctown 10 37; arrivi I'raiikfait ti 30 Prices to suit the hard times . H. Shanks, fctanfoid; y pigs aro taken from her, thero will raro-lCall or leave order Junction Cty, Ky p. m. at the Myers Homo Umcc J.S. Owsley, Stanford; bo any troublo with hor, whilo tho The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortlist and cheapest rout to all A. G. Lanhara pigs will not bo benefited by allowing S.J. Ewbry, Stanford; McFlanayan (who has traveled) f ohaJB. Cattleman. points South, Hast, North and West. JAMES YKAGER. ' J. B. Owsley, Stanlord; THOMAS YEAGER. Waiter, were you ever In Cork? them to suck again. For further information apply to their agents, J. F. Cash, Stanford; C. D. BEHCAW, Gen Pass. A Kent. Waiter No, sor; but Oi'vu seen a Tho pigs must havo warm quarters &. YEAGER, William Gooch, Stanlord; GEO. B. HARPER, Gen Supt and bo well fed, and at tho samo timo many dhrawln'sav it. Leslie's Weekly. A. W.;Carpenter,Illled(esilU, K thoy must tako exorciso every day. It W. II. Cummins, Treacheisvill FEED AND TUfflM STABLE, Somo Ono Told Illm So. mayovon bo necessary to roust thom out S. H. Shanks, President, She Do you reully think an Ameriof their bods, especially if tho weather Special Hates to Commercial Men. Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Teller. is cold, ii order to mako thom tako can ever broke a bank at Monte Carlo? 8TANFOHD, KY. He Yes. I havo heard of AND exorciso enough to keep healthy. A pig American bank enshiers who brolte If you need livery give, ua a call. Nothing loves a warm bed, and tho moro thoy Ho but Ur ,,sble' ht lt,i;te.:,lnSu0rUUW'11,MV M in it tho less inclined thoy will bo to their own banks there. Truth. NATIONAL BANK leavo it, ond they will got so that thoy &0ASTLEMAN Kopt Aivuy from Church. OF STANFORD, KY. HARNESS SHOP will rofuso to como out to eat. But with "No," ho said, firmly, "you cannot MANAGERS, You will find a, koo1 assortment of Hatness, Bria Httlo caro at tho start to keep thom have a new- hat." dles, ysddlcs.Ac. Havo Capital Stock-Surplu- s repilnntf douo by vigorous this may readily bo avoided. "And this," she bitterly exclaimed, We have a CJommorco Building, LouisTillo Tho me'ctaulc w Uou?"Ud,U aim in feeding is to keep tho piga "in spite of your pledge that you would SOLD TO Agents throughout the South. thrifty rather than fat, maintaining a not interfere with my religion." Attention of the public is tnvitod to the fat BLACKSMITH SHOP. ALL POINTS: Stanford steady growth overy day, nnd in tho Town Topics. thatthtsis tho only National Hank in Bank Wilt guarantee Act Under the provisions of the National workt.'and'. satisfactory OHIO, INDIANA, ILLIH01S, necos-sarprices. Tir our horse ahoer. W. A. T3IBBLE, Local Agont, winter moro than ordinary caro is depositor! are secured not only by the capital A Cnno of Ignorance). Agent for Decruig Machtnci, the lightest stock, but by the stockholders' liability tor ai If thoy can bo kept growing rapiddraft WISCOHSIN, STANFORD, KY. so machine on earth. Connoisseur Women ns a rulo caro amount en,ual to the stock, by athat depositors ol ly during tho winter, fall pigs can usualfund of 5400,00c, this institution are secured ly bo mado profitablo, but otJionviso nothing for nrt. MISSOURI, KANSAS, Five worn statement! ofthe condition of the bank yearto the United Portland. thoy will provo a loss. At tlils season Uachelor Don't they? Well, you are made eachassets are examined States govern-rncSan Francisco at stated timet and Its NEBRASKA, COLORADO, thoy aro often eo stunted at wcjming don't know much about a woman's by government agents, thus securing addititon Dotroit Frco l'ress. and perfect safety to depositors. they novor fully recover. Cor. St mako-up- . that -- IS NOT ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, This institution, oru'inally established as tb SATISFIED " Louis Republic. Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1838, then Then It Dlil Not It rally Mutter. TEXAS, ued as the National Bank oi Stanford in iSoj nd PW.fc .J" a the First National Bank ol Gcorjro (seriously) Do you think again Tho Dtcf Cow mill CulC inorougniy the i V VIA Sunlord in i88j, has had practically an uninter. South.0 riMT every ,edluK Umiy For tho first threo or four weeks after your father would object to my in the runted existence of 3a years. It is better supplied To co this, its subscription price hat been you? calving tho udder should bo frequently now with facilities for transacting business prompt liberally than ever before in its long nd Ada I don't know; If he's anything ly and career. Account of corporations, FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS examined, and until tho calf can honorable Reduced to AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. tho wholo of tho milk any surplus like mo ho would. firms and Individuals respectfully aolic- $1.50 supply twist bo drawn off. At all times, THE BEST ROutTtOTHE Chcap for Cavli. Th Directory of thii Bank is composed ol A Year. eo long as tho calf is still sucking, atlA) lO'JItVUlt KtwAtBAaY 5 Cl.CAto'Rr ((a- "Did Miss Trotters mako any pur- - Porestu Reid, Lincoln county; Beginning with the October Number. UUT-the tention must bo given to sco that all chases1 whilo she was , S. T. Hanis, Lincoln; MB"jne will continue to grow in quality and to abroad?" tho teats aro clean. Calves will not snek 'ULLMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; "Yes, indeed; she got an Italian PULLMANSAWD , a dirty teat, and if not regularly bucked J. W. Hayden, Stanford; SLEEPING AND OIMSO CflBt Words of Praiso it Receives. PABLOB CABS. tho quarter of tho udder it belongs to count off tho bargain counter in Rome." S.H. naughraan,Lincoln; Chicago Record. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE J.S.Hocker Stanford; will becomo engorged. So long as thore "The Southern Magailne la a handsomely llu,. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; trated and well ted literary is no demand for tho calving box the Hypercritical. RAILROAl comparerwlthouteddisfavor with maganne, able to .0RF0LKWESTERN 51. D. Elmore, Stanford; best' monthly RUNNING - DINING CARS. cow and her calf may remain thero; but, " You say you lovo mo Happy I to hear; welrPolil' ' "eview of Review, ila,Dis!i0 CHEAPEST, BCSTANO QUICKEST LINE. T. P. Hill, Stanford. Uut do your word como (torn tbo heart, if it is required, then tho cow may be WRIIE TO K. L. Tanner, McKinney; my uearr" Ourclrculatlon has Increased tenfold In Vrlto for Rates, Mnp. DescriptlT to her fctall and tho calf bo tied Tho Doston girl correction did not shrink M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon-year, but wo art; after the loo.coo mark. the oast BACON, D. P. A.. F. J IIEED.G. P. A. returned ampblcu, to any Station Agent, or to E. H. Chicago, III up by hor side. This tying up of tho " That were absurd, they'ro from the lunes, I S. ITocker, President; Louisville, Ky. send 10 cents tor amclo conv to M, K. BHQQ, W. 0. BCVILL. ALLEN HULL, think " Johi:jMcRobertJ,'CashIer; oalf is best dono by means of n strap I'.THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE, III., l'KM.B(rrlft. Trsicll. Tsm. Ag aMrMMattrAit. JUdi'O. Denver. around tho neck. A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. HOAAOkE, TA. Paul. UOlSI)kt.VA. t()Ll)lllt8,0. St. kouuville, Ivy ici:auge. "That new hanti Lit Inc; Up to Ills LlRht. Hearty lor Sirs ice. All subject to register. ply to J. M. McKoberts, Stafford. Ky. JERSEY filC s7e'. Ap class'mcal Corpse, call on him.J ICB,ICE. To R. ZIMMER. A full stock cl Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Small Fruits, Grape Vines, Asparagus and every thing usually found at such an establishment. Try us on pricas. We do not sell through agents but direct to the planter. Catalogue on application. U.K. HILI.KNMKVKK, Lexington, Ky. J liS & BROWN, iu' VBITDOMB 30T2E1., 1 first-cla- Ladies THE WEEKLY Pure aam-pi- n rtnt-clat- a n. Y THE EILEY HOUSE COURIEK-JOURNA- L Treat For the Ltulics. buy-lu- da-r-d. S&fl PRICE, H S. CAHPEITTEH, well-know- n Of 6 Qa. bo-in- TO THE LADIES k m a Weekly 1st 1 J .4 V Ky. Midland R'y, $500,000.00 to Loan Cincinnati and Frankfort IXSTERTT n STABX.X Farmers BanMTrnst 1 1 4i 1 FIRST-OLvA.8- MORTK Ji 1 m Tho Myers House, n A Stanford, Double Daily Trains WW - fint-cla- .s STABLE. ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. YEAGER ksaranse Sompany BARBEE NORFOLK m FIRST WESTEBLM TICKETS .3200,000 2I.3O0 ". first-qUa- s y. nt The outhern Magazine -'1 CHICAGO innr-ryin- p; .Yi,L,,SMt"tfVi?' r; ,-" con-sum- o s, Tit-Ult- s. NORTH AND EAST. I J Tirnc-Tablc- s, i .' rfU