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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894103001 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. M1DDLEBURC, CASEYICOUMTY. j Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1894. TO THE REPUBLICAN Or VOTERS An Appeal to the Prohibitionists. (To the Editor of the Interior Journal.) LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. . to-da- & NO. 69 f ' - If btom-nctimers, the great s and Kidneys, fluckleu's Arnica bslve. the The States having the greatest perand Ur. King's New Life P.IU, the are which are a perfect pill. All these remediesthen, centage of negro population are South guaranteed to do just what is attached herewith and the dealer whose name Is them, bold at A Carolina, 59.85 per cent., aud Mississippi to tell you wil be glad Drug fctore.more of 57.53 per cent. K. Penny's the Eleventh District of Kentucky. DcakSih: I beg a small amount of tbo Do not bo misled or deluded bv nnv sphco in your paper to make a short apf',8 BtntomenlH to tho eflect that I Imvo peal to my prohibition brethren as to ...i. iv.i wltlidrtwn, or will withdraw from tlio how we shall cast our vots In tho counwo huvo not fouuil nnyono wMIuk to ac- ritce for (JotiRreen. I am on the truck to ty trflfttXMalJs'rffA til n i race. wmbar Oth 1801, and -- Our old (riand J. II. McWl.orter,! J" "ted.1forn Our party Htands for aood morals nnd tuit:guy uau my ineilllS 10 CUlllO OUt good hoint's, if it stands for anything; alnco moving frotn his wilderness homo and vote for mo. you well know tlio and we find ourselves without a in Lincoln county, tins become anoxpurt rule ordering a As primary election was Il- sinule cnndidatH in tho treatment of tho dlseaseiof cattle. legal; in the county nice, only a partial primaiy election brought face to face with tho burning Somo wookHiigo, Spears Fisher wnugrlov-lu- g wa held, aud that In violation of law, over tliu prospect o( losing hit) $75 an question as to what par.ty, if I may nee Injunction, oi which I wns tho Jersey cow, when John Ilauslord ns ho that term, we will support. SheU the having been iwmed against it. No party that prides itself for its high la woro familiarly known, happened election was held In tho counties in Itself within party confessedly alontf, and took tho case In charge and which I was strongest, nnd In all tho composed of nearly soon had tho cow on her pegs. Spears counties of no tho District my friends gengroi-- ami dome whisky men. men who was so delighted, that ho went about erally refused to vote in obedionco to the have nn home worth caring for and no publishing tho wonderful euro, and now Injunction. I want It well understood property to defend? Or shall we cast Mr. McWhortcr is sent for, far and nenn that I was In no way concerned in tho our suffrages with by those having nick cattle, and is talk- Injunction a compoed of that was Becured by Hon. men of our own race, party pay ing of going Into the business for a live who taxes and John D. White. After tho call for tho have something to livo tor? Tho white lluood. pilmary was It is only ono wook to tho election in the action made nnd I had acquiesced element in the republican party, of tho committee, I desired if there is one, in this county, for it and democrats should allow no crM to tho primary to proceed, and I am conf- comes into notice occasionally, may bo grow undor tholr feet for tho next few ident that had such election been held I as wealthy and as intelligent, days. Everything Is in good shape and with as would have been declared tho nominee. flue morals ns the democrats, too, of tho this is going to bo a democratic year in I paid in my proportionate share of tho same number; but as Oasoy if wo continua to work. Cciey every one knows a primary expenses, for which I received bucket full of clear water thrown Into a should do herself proud by giving George no benefits and am cooly informed by muddy river will not clarify it; so a few Stonu n hamleotno majority. Ho has tbo Chairman of tho District Committee mora), upright men can't make a party more bodbo than Adams and Colson com. that nono of tho money I paid in will bo like tho republican party in old Lincoln blned, besides ho has never sought olTico returned to mo. What has become of a clean and safe party to trust our homes at tho hands of tho pooplo.Jwhilo Adams tho money that was to have been and property to. has been In olllco almost over since ho in tho nine counties in which. 'no So feJlow prohibitionists, let us cast iiau nn existence in tlio worm, ami u no primaries waro hold? My friends wi 1 ' our strength the Oth of himself over did anything to commend November see from this how I havo been wronged with tho party of morals and men to tho people, his most intimate friend8 and defrauded, friends were cn not recall It. Ho should bo given a prevented from and how my their choice and help to keep old Lincoln unJer the expressing dominion of tha men of our owu rest, while n meritorious young mau tills as to their Kepreeentativo in tho 51th and thus sustain the democrats in race their his place. Congress. I am no bolter. My repubefforts to present pure, clean men who Rev. G. 0. Smith has aunouncrd licanism caunot be questioned. No man have in the pant shown that they will himself a candidate for justice of peaco publicly, or privately has charged me see the laws enforced without fear or fa- precinct, subject to tho will of tlio with being a liar; in this nor have I gouo over rvor. As to tho democratic nomftiPMR. I people expressed at the polls ou Nov.Oth. tho District max nc falau . statements ,,.i ot.nn. inr lie becumu oOVnded at tho ruling of about my opponents I wear no man s " j .vm., iw... unit ouun uuill utll Lico wo CMl benl R bnd party or Squire J. A. Wall In a suit in"whlch ho sought colKaudi returned to Congress HI how necessary It is for good men to bo (Smith) was defendant, and has serve you faithfully and fearlessly, aud ., ,, fnr ,,. In ,, T nUln . this plan to get oven with tho Siiuiro by will nof havo to sell out to redmburse , ,MVt, taken lll0rt,flpac0 than Untcn'ded dividing tho democratic voto to allow myself for money expended in the can- - to ..... i .,, vntn t ,, ., , . w Staton, the republican candidate to do vass trying wu " to debauch tho people. To and vote for tho best ticket ever put up feat Wall. Uro. Smith Is r'Uaptist, and so tlio bravo soldiers of my old regiment in Lincoln. As Old I'uouiihtio.vist. are we, and therefore wo feel at liberty and to the gallant Boldiers who served to advise with him n littlo. If hn will with mo during tho late war, I appeal It is stated that Mrs. Cleveland has stick to the business for which ho has for auppirt and earnest work at tho polls. consented to christen spent much timo and possibly means to I have nevftr said the new steamer that "tho old soldier St. Louis, which is being finished prepare himself, parts of our county now at the racket was played out," hut havo always Cramp shipyards In Philadelphia. The destitute, of tho gospel, will probibly bo given the my faithful onlicbtesed on tho subject ol the Hlbio and will continue to do so if I service, exercises occur Nov. 9, and a large party am favor-o- of St. Louisans will attend. Tho vessel with your suffrage. If you desire to This is the way the Glasgow Times will bo presented with a magnificent din Hike: "Democrats t Hang your coats voto for me, and tho county nominees of ner service, valued at nearly 520,000, on tho grouud. Roll your shirt sleeves the republican party, alt you havo to do paid for bv popular subscription from Go In. Go In is to stamp tho croes (X) under tho up to your Adam's-applothe mercantile houses of St. Louis. and also in the square opposite my yourselves like men. Force to win. Hear In excavating near Col. Cottrell's the lighting all along tbo line. Husthv name under the coon. farm at Cumberland Gap, seven feet Your attention is invited to section Hustle. Get a move on yourself and tho surface, workmen found a case keep moving till November 7. There 1471, new statutes relative to the man containing 25 Enfield rifles. The case ner of voting which says: will bo plenty of tlmo to sleep then, and Provided howeverThat If a cross mark was stamped "John II. Morgan, 1803," your dreams will, peradventure, bo more indicating that tho rifles had been burpleasant if you do your wholo duty as (X) bo mado in tho large equaro includ- ied there 31 years ago by the famous good democrats and good citizens now." ing the dovisu of such party, and a cross Southern officer, Thoy are in a perfect Mr. McKlnloy eays wo have not yet mark bo also marked in the Equaro after Mate of preservation, and are not even reached a point where protection is not tho namo of ono or more candidates of "usted. needed. The Ohio troasury, under his a different party or parties, tbo vote The United Slates government bus administration, reached that point somo shall bo counted for tho candidate so offered a reward of 1250 each forthejbod-letime ago. Empty vaults need no protec- marked and not for the candidates for of 14 bodies of the Cook gang tbo same olllco of tho party so marked, tion. St. Louis Republic. , As tho railroad and exprccs ..,, .11 ....... tin. Tlilr.t nil. but tho voto shall bo,counted for tho othinno iiuiu nil uioi v"u ....... y party er candidates under such party namo or companies of Indian Territory, are trtct shows that tho democratic in tho effort, it is exdesignation," has a splendid organization, and it is D. G. Colson is not tho nominee of tho pected that the gang will soon be extinMr. Mcl'lroy will defeat Dr. that republican party, hut is sailing Jndor guished. llunter by at least 1,500 votes. Judge Willliam M. Brooks, an emi Coleon gets tho eagle, but Adams re- (also colors, and is a humbug aud an imroll over postor. I was never charged as a com nant Southern lawyer, died at Birmingtains tho 'coon. Now let Stono ham of heart disease. Ho was 80 yeais and crow over 'em both. Louisville mon liar, as Colsou was by Hon. John of age. Judge Brooks presided over tho D. White beforoa large audience at Times. Somorset, Ky on the l3rd of Oct. Col- convention that nominated ((John O. Jon Heading Jot) last Sunday wo son not only tailed to resent this insult Breckinridge for president in 1SG0, and cmo nccroes these familiar quotations: but said"! take it" When Mr. White also over A.uuatna's secession convenMisernblu comTorters aro ye all. replied "You have to take it." I dislike tion. There died in Washington last week I am escaped by tho skin of my teeth. exceedingly to indulge in personalities, When tho morning stars sang togeth- but as a mean, dirty campaign has been a man who, in his lifetime, it is said, had handled more monoy than anyIother er. conducted against me, I havo to fight person in the world. He was,' William written the devil with tire. I huvo Borvud Oh that mlno adversary had vou t Barnes a cierk in tho Treasurer's office. a book. faithfully in the past and will continue In opo day ?(i0,000,000 in money bad The joy of the hypocrite is but for a to serve you, if I am Thankptscted through hie bauds. moment. ing you for your past confidences and -- Stephen Enzer, a young man of VV ho is bo that will strike hands aud Hsklng you to voto for mo NovemHicksville, 0., In n fit of temporary inwith me? ber G, I am yours truly, sanity cut his left arm off with a dull Their tonguo cleaved to tbo roof of Silas Adams. hatchet and was cutting nway one of mouth. their Somerset, Ky., Oct. 20. 1S9L his legs when he fainted from loss of Yo are the people, and wisdom shall blood. Ho can not livo. die with you. , OF A LOCAL NATURE. Henry Starks, sheriff of Marshall Darkeneth counsel by words with" innovation nt Manhattan Reach Is countv, has been arrested on a charge of An out kuowlodgo. Man that is born of woman is of few the engagement of Culhane's Famous bastardy preferred by Mrs. Elmira Green, Minstrels and they are warmly received a young widow. Starks is a candidato days and full of trouble. nt each performance. Will E, Culhano for reelection aud alleges ho is being Tho Immigration Conference took is a clover artist and ho has surrounded blackmailed for political purposes. practical steps in the selection of an himself with some of the finest people in President Cleveland returued to comraitteo, which elected Col. J the Minstrel profession. Tho programmo Washington after an absence of eight Stoddard Johnson as its executivo head, is varied and made up of novel acts, en- weeks. While lu New York ho saw with authority aud tho assuranco of the tirely froo from vulgarity and corseness, nono of the democratic leaders and gave means to establish a Bureau of Jmmigra-tio- n and tho costumes are costly and attractout no expression of opinion on the suband set systematically about tho ive. The management of Manhattan ject of tho State campaign. work of securing immigrants. Beach is to bo congratulated on securing The long expected rival of tho WhisA Tennessee negro traded hie mule such a clever company of ortlBts. Denky Trust has at last been chartered unfor a razor. ver News, Aug. 1. der the laws of New Jorsoy- - It is called At Walton' Opora House, Nov. 7. would rather trust that medietas than aur the Great White Spirit Company, with doctor I know of ,"ys Mrs. Hattlcol M14H, of Mary W. Russell, wife of Edward B. capital of 85,000,000. Ch raber- Co., Mo., to Chiltou, Carter Russoll, and one of the oldest residents tin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy, Circuit Judge Ilolm, of Newport, as and jo cent bottle lor taia uj ux. a. o. of Danville, died at her homo Thursday rendered a decision forbidding eithhas Hocker, druggist. Stanford. m morning after a protracted illness. Ad er of the republican (actions in Campbell Four Hie Succqsbos. vocato. county to uso tbo eagle as a device on ih timlcd ii.i...tho adyertulnsmerit to more than makeA Lawrenceburg estimate places Mc- - tho official ballot. claimed for them, the folcood all a phenomenal mir four remedies huvo reached Oroary's plurality at 2,000. It ought to sale. Ur. King's New Ducouery, for coniump Kvery mother should know that croup can bo be 3,000. Cough and Colds, each bottle euaranteed-iilectrtion, prevented. The first symptoms of true croup Is remedy for Liver h ..... ,. ft flhowor of rata sufllclont to stop foroit flros, full hero Friday morning. fr ntiil Xf m TTnrrtf Van tmi'ii An nn A. '.!.. w i - r.rt y vie-Ur- n, innr-Hlsiil- ly thrpo-fourt- li I ed ! how. .., ...I-..- . t... ..!.. i ,.u er d I . Ka-gl- e, bo-lo- A recent letter from Rav. J. R, Ter-c- y states that he has had a call to preach in Indianapolis. The wifo of Mr. Jesso Brown, of was buried in the old Harris burying ground near town Sunday. The office of the Building and Loan Association, in charge of Judge Hemphill, secretary, has been moved into Norris' furnituro storo. Another patent medlcino troup struck the town Saturday. The "fakir" that was here a short tlmo ago got all tho money the jays had, so trade was prety dull. Elder Charles Allen Thomas, of Lexington, will preach at the Christian church Sunday. Ho will conduct the union services at the same placo in the evening. The next regular "draw dav" for tho pensioners, tho 4th of November, will fall on Sunday and they will have to wait until Monday, the 5th, to execute their vouchers. George Denny, tho old colored carriage driver of the late O. O. Stormes, was buried Sunday nfternoon. Ho was a worthy old man and belonged to several organizttions who attended his funeral in a body. Messrs. J. D. Wearen and J. M. of Diadem Lodge No. 81, Stanford, came over Friday night and witnessed some entertaining antics of the local K. P. goat. This goat will repeat tho samo two performances next Friday evening. We can not see how a person who never washes his feet can have the gall to attend church. On a certain night, at a certain church in Lancaster, some one turned tho stomachs of tho congregation on one untiro side of the house of , worship. This fellow may have a home in Heaven, but we venture to say he will have to mend his ways before he can en t r the Pearly Gates. Miss Carrie Clair, a boautiful young society belle of Knoxvllle, is the guest of Miss Mary Miller on Danville Avenue. Miss Emma Leavell, of Kirksville, is visiting Miss Hattio Doty. Mu. W. M. Bogle, who has been visiting her parents, has returned to her home in New Orleans. Mrs. Carpenter, of Lexington, is the guest of Mrs. Nannie Carpenter. Mies Jane Hoppor is visiting her sister. Mrs, W. J. Payne, of Fayotte county. Mr. Sidney Adams, of Hustonville, was Iwo Sunday. Mr. Sam McGee, of Crab Orchard, was in town Saturday. Simon D. Uiggins, who has boon living in Texas for several years, was hero last week. Mr. Balloy, of Versailles, is visiting bis daughter, Mrs. Will Wherntt. Hnr-rodsbu- w. E Perkins, X CRAB ORGHAKD, KY. Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East' End of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Full line of Staple Dry Goods and Dress Goods, Clothing, Men's, Youth's and Children's, J At the New Tariff Prices. Mothers, if you want the best all wool suit of clothes at i2 ever offered for boys from 5 to 14 years old, do not fail to see them. Boots and Shoes a specialty. A well selected .stock always on hand. Our $i.50and $2 Dongola Shoes can not be excelled. Nothing better than our ladies and children's oil grained Dongola Shoes. The very Shoe for winter. A nice line of the Forwood Shoe Mfg. Co.'s Boots and Shoes on hand. Nothing better made and at reasonable prices. Call and sec our stock before making your fall and winter purchases. It will cost you nothing to look and we take pleasure in showing our goods. We have purchased of the assignee the " BANKRUPT : STOCK : OF : GOODS,! m Of Mrs. D. G. Slaughter, which is a fresh and clean stock of general' merchandise. Several cases of Boots and Shoes have never been opened. This stock will be sold from the store-rooformerly occupied by Mrs. Slaughter. Mr. J. F. Holdam, salesman. Store will' be opened on NOV. 2nd, and continue 20 days. This stock must be sold in time spccifiedregardless of cost. This is the stock to buy your winter boots, shoes, jeans and staple dry goods from. Call and see Mr. Holdam and he will make the prices to suit you. Goods will be sold for spot cash or produce. Respectfully, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. t - Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ZTTS Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music land An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. I I i i t h COLLEGE HOME, nn. J. S. CHURCH AFFAIRS. His wife and family have received special training in and tor College Thecurrlculum will be an extended one ond the drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skim(Resldonce'of the late James McAlister.) ming, no shoddy work will be allowed. Classes will te instructed In Higher Mathemaand CRAB ORCHARD, - - KY. tics Belle Lettres, Natural Science. d. MentalTypo Moral Science, Latin, German, Short-HanWriting, Book Keeping, Civics, Music, Vocal and Instrumental, Painting, Drawing. &c. The first term of five months will open Sept. 10, 1394, and second term will c!oe the first week in June. One week holiday atlChristmas. Assisted by a Competent Faculty. TEftMS. Tuition per term in first giade, inA select school, of high grade, for the thorough cluding Latin and German $o oo . 15 00 training of young ladies. A lew young gentlemen Tuition in second grade Music, Piano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments of approved morals will also be admitted. furnished for practice ao 00 Number limited no idlers wanted. Short hand, Painting, Drawing, Dr. SUipp, the President, has since his graduation In medicine, given his entire time and ener- Oman ental Work, all at reasonable rates. Board in College, per week, S3.50. Good board gies to the building and mansgement of Colleges in the South. During the pat year he filled tho in private families at reduced rates. Monthly payments required. chair of Literature and Natural Sciences In No discount except fo, protracted illness. Daughters College, Harrodsburg, and Mrs. rtapp further information address the President. taught Music, Tainting, Drawing, Etc., giving DR. JOHN S. STAPP. general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. Crab Orchard, Ky. j4 clans-work. 1 STAPP, PRES., Type-Writin- ii EJ Fr a offdea-perndoe- .'.. zeal-'ousl- pro-dtcto- end." A. King's Daughters Circle in San Francisco is composed of eight Chinese women, two Japanese, two Syrians and two Americans. Mrs. Mary Woodbridge, Corresponding Secretary of the National and World's W. O. T. U., died in Chicaro. Sho was 1 Delivery Wagon, I Iron Safe (Hall's Make), show cases, I pair stricken with apoxlexy on Tuesday. The meeting at tho Baptist church Platform Scales, i Cheese Safe, i Tobacco Knife, Bung Borer, &c. closed last Saturday night with 30 addi- These fixtures have been used some and will be tions, 31 by baptism and five by letter and restoration. Somerset Reporter. Tho Lancaster Record says that the Rev. George W. Yancey is a physical and mental wreck, His trip to Europe failed to restore him aud his useful life work Remember we have the best selection of appears to bo ended. Dr. C. O. Brown reports a church in Georgia as writing to its district association as followe: "By baptism, none; by letter, none; no Sundayschool; for minutes, nothing. Dear brethren, pray for Coal vases, coal hods, &c, in town. Call and see us before you make us, that we may hold out faithful to tho your purchases in any thing in our line. FOR : SALE ! SOLD AT A BIG BARGAIN. HEATING : STOVES! Large crowds assemble at each ser- vice to hear Eld. W. E. Crabtreo's earnest and eloquent appeals for laborers in HIGGINS & MeKINNEY. tho Master's vineyard and u number have rewarded his elforta by enlisting. Sunday night every available epace of tho church was occupied by eager listeners and they were delighted with one of the best discourses of the series. Mr. Crabtreo has learned the beauty of brevity and his sermons never exceed 30 minutes. Ho does not waste timo in tedious introductory remarks but goes at once to tho heart of the subject aud discusses it with great power and effectiveness. Tho meeting will continue until further notice. bos been reported to the State department that trade with Mexico baa DRUG STORE I Window Class, Putty, -- Call for- - 8 ST" Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. "& MB l(OK& 8 Opp. Court-House- ." And Paints, It 1 Plf, : greatly incroased under tho new Tariff law. The 10th of November will witneta the transit of the planet Mercury, which can be seen from 10 o'clock a, m., until 4 in tho afternoon. Opals, notwithstanding their alleged proverbial omens, are now ex tenalvoly used in the makeup of fancy jeweled pieces. Of late the stone is considered among the choicest of gems. ill-lu- ck W. B. McROBERTS, 11 FAUL GOOB S3 oa My stock of M ic tat hoarsuesi. This is lollowed by a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given frotfly as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even alter the cough, has developed It will prevent the attack. For sale bv Dr. S. G. Hocker, druggist, ford. Stan- ' than one million have found just such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. If you have never used this great Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases ol the Throat, Chei t and Lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or money will be refundod. Trial bottles free at A. R Penny 's dtug store. Large bottles joe and $t . A friend In need Is a friend indeed, and not less A Million Frlendd. Clothing, Furnishing Hoods, Boots Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. H. J. McROBERTS. H'Mfc v t ST. fcfc a -- Ai. 2r "MJ -i-- i. JAJ i . . " A &' - r -- F . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kt., October 30, 189-- 1 Stanford W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES It CONGRESS... w..JAS. B. JI'CREARY nM l ' j WJ v. For County Iud.e......J AS. WALKER OtVENS G. n. COOPH K Clerk " -- ..J. B. PAXTON Attofney......... " Sheriff ....T. D. NEWLAND :... E. D. KENNEDY Auetsor G. W. DEIIORD Jailer . K' B r. :r 5 Ginseng is soiling at 2.50 per pound seen by a card in another n Pulaski. W. F. Abraham Bold to Dan Holman column of this issue, Col. Silas Adams is in the race for Congress to stay till tho a lot of 850 pound heifers at 2c. last day in tho evening. Thero is no Red Wilkes, and Wilton hixvo each earthly chanco for an agreement between 15 new peiformera in the 2:30 list. him and Colson. and the war is on to The creamery at Cynthiana is turntho end. It is nn ill winl that blows ing out 1,S00 pounds of uico butter a denobody good. George Stono nnd week. mocracy seem ini the fairest way to get Isaac Herring sold to Farris & Whitthe benefit. cattle ley a small bunch of at 2jc. NEWSY NOTES. J. J. Berry, of Berry, this State, his A heavy snow fell in Nebraska Sun- a brood mare that has had 18 colts and is day. again in foal. Sixteen persons wero burned to Ethel A. The great US&rj death in a Seattle, Wash., hotel Friday 2:10; Ella T 2:11J and Brookside, 2:11 J, fc ..ill night. are all greyB. M .T. trhlln 1 nrnmnn at "Pl!nhoVl A good many horsemen think that Probably the most inviting bargains ever offered in this department and three chil- - Ralph Wilkes, 2:05j, will eventually tako insane, bnrned herself will be shown this week. $1.50, $2.50, $4 and up to $15. . to deatu. riO. I SHKE1 II.Vlw) FRONT VIEW. 2.50 for Gov, McChkary is one of the most ef- - dren tho trotting record. ' une mail wbb biueu uuu 11 uiucib Sales of 39 cattla weighing from 5I0 roof, sides boarded npright nnd $i. 2.5. Hoots, 10 io 13. We arc selling now 50 pair of home-madficient men in Congress. His record of of a mine to 1,400 pounds at 31 c. aro reported stripped, windows below nnd abovo for at M(35. public service is surpassed bv no mem- imprisoned by the caving in Our entire line of boots will be sold accordingly. ventilation. Posts for tho wings 0 foot his near Ironwood, Mich. in the Winchester Democrat. ber of the Kentucky delegation and high and ;t in tho ground n foot to Prairielfires in thysand hills of Nestanding in Washington is without reWilliam Moreland shipped to Cin- givo strength. Roof to wings mndo K loa? of several of proach. He is a capable man, a useful braska have caused the cinnati Saturday a car load of Iiorb, stock boards 10 foot long, laid 2 inches burning. man and a conservative man. His con- lives'andire still which he bought in this county at 4c. apart nnd battonwd with, fencing tho $5 will buy a suit or an overcoat of good, honest material, neat patOne of the large warehouses of tho stituents, be he democrat, republican At Col. D. W. Tribble's sale in Mad- proper length. Sides boorded upright tern, well made, fit perfect, worth S8. $9 will buy a suit or an over Chicago, or prohibitionist, white or blgck, have William Deering reaper works, ison cattle sold at 2 80 to 35. Bhcep 2 a nud stock boards driven clwo together, coat made from very desirable fabrics, all the newest and most lash- never called on him in .vain. Ho is was burned Friday. Tho lo:s was about head, hogs 4 and corn $2 at heap. Reg- hut not stripped. A row of iost.s down tho center of each wing supported the ionablc styles. giFully worth $12.50. The price of every man and always ready to serve them and tho high $100,000. roof and served to strengthen partitions boys' suit is based on quick sales and small profits. Henry Stocks, a farmer near Colum ister. estimate in which he is held by law Come and sec The colt Jingby, which C. O. below A fair idea of tho divisions nnd bus, O., was instantly killed by the remakers and law enforcers makes him sold a few days ago for $3,000, cost arrangements for handling sheep may these grand bargains. .sfrTii-ySMErKtwedge while maul o. peculiarly effective in doing bo. Can bounding of an iron him only $250 three months ago. Stock bo had from Fig. 2. a man ing rails. this district afford to retire such Eutiro building floored with clay, well The Central University foot ball Farm. for one of Dr. Roberts calibre and inexpeThe record for a mile over a half packed down. Tho center was nsod for tjam defeated the Kentucky University rience? We think not and weconfident-l- y track was reduced J of a second at Pitts- various purposes, though ita principal valuo was as n catching pen. Shoop Democrats, eleven by a score of 33 to 0 at Richmond burg Relieve it will not. the other day by Haw Patch, who wero driven iu from tho yard in front, show your colors and manifest your ap- Saturday. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictoi and nfter sorting turned into two or Fire in Ea6t St. Louis, 111., destroyed made it in 2:11. preciation of merit by voting for Gov. Three car loads of trotters and moro of tho apartment or through thorn two largo freight warehouses and 200 T. D. RANEY, Manager. McCreary and our full ticket. stock belonging to Loxington into tho other yards. Several advanloaded freight cars. The loss is about tages nro noted iu handling sheep in n parties were disposed of at the Richmond, Branch Stores: The card of Hon. JohnD. White with- $300,000 pen thus under cover. It cou bo douo in Twenty lives were lost and much Va., Fair at good prices. drawing from the Congrecsional race in wot or cold weather as well as at other Paris, Carlislc,;Mt,;Stcrling,' Bardsto'wnLawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Col. James Morris sold to John Mc- the 11th is full of words with the bark valuable property destroyed or damaged times. Sheep nro much quieter, scorning on them. He charges Colson, Col. i-- by earthquakes in the Argentine Repub Grady, of Fayette county, 50 to rvnlizo that thcro is no chanco for Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. cattle at 3 to 3 cents. He bought 110 escape. Very littlo jumpiug or strugcan lic Saturday. Parker and others with forgery, the depot of the Southern Railway for his distilleryat 2 to St. Midway gling is indulged in. When tho build didate with lying and Chairman Hill ing was crowded, this center room was with boea duplicity and the use of bis at Asbeville, N. 0., burned with its con Clipper. Strayed from my farm on the 20th a littered aud used during tho night to position to further the interests of his tents. Eight loaded cora also burned. Every black Berkshire bow, with short tail, relievo tho other apartments. favorite candidate. The whole ship's Loss $80,000. weight about 190 Iba. Information of her morning aud nt intervals during tho and after crew is cauterized fore and aft Dr. H. T, Helmbold, who paid the day owes that had lambs wero OF using up three columns of tho London newspapers millions of dollars for adver- thankfully received. J. W. Bibb, carefully removed from tho larger apartEcho in criminating the partisans of Col- tising his "Extract of Buchu," died in ments (B) aud placed iu tho small pens Directum, 2:05; Ralph Wilkes, 2:00J (C), not moro than fivo or $ix being alson, the jahawker winds up with an ap- an insane asylum peal to his friends to vote for Col. Adams Joseph Kercher. a college student, and Kremlin, 2:073, tbr.ee of tho fastest lowed togothcr until tho lambs wero a boodle and was Btruck oyer the heart with a base trotting Btallions tho world has ever Been, day or more old. When these small pcus and thus defy As we must vacate the rooms in a very short while, our stock must wero full, tho sheep two corruption. ball during a game at Philadelphia, and all got their records at Cumberland Park, wero driven together from ono of thorn into of tho be Nashville. There bo liars and liars, but the one was almost instantly; killed. June Payne has purchased of W. F. lnrger pens (D). By tho timo theso latThree thousand houses have been ter wero full tho main flock hod been at Middlesboro takes the cako. He was Carpenter his farm of 115 acres, 7 miles discovering a Btand of destroyed by a succession of violent from town on the Uarrods Creek pike, reduced, so ns to allow tho occupancy not content with of ono of tho larger apartments by tho anearthquakes in Yokohama. As far as . armB left in the caves by Morgan's mem for $9,500 cash. This is the W. H. Pierce imals from threo or four of tho pens (D). known 250 lives have been lost. but must give color to the improbability Our thousands of friends A Southern branch of the Brobrick place and has on it a residence that cost Tho lambs in this apartment wero then of the whole story by alleging tho find old enough to bo allowed to run outside $18,000. Paris Kentuckian. of Nashua, of a whole masked battery, cannons and School Furnituro Company, The Richmond Register Bays that When tho weather waa pleasant, only statement that three N. H. is to bo established at Lexington. Rev. Matt Campbell, who has been pas- being housed nt night. all. The further I Tho gates to tho smaller pens wero year old whisky were The factory will give employment to 200 tor of tho Kirksville Baptist church for barrels of d To come and get some Grand Bargains of Remembrance. men. made so na to completely closo tho nlloy also found laid away bIjows how easily a Morgan, a negro, attacked 21 years, has been a minister of tho gos- into which they swung, so that tho Charles liar can overreach himself and give tho Miss Ella Kimbrough near Georgetown pel for 52 years and has in that timo bapsheep could go nowhuro olso than into whole thing away. tho pen whoro it waa wanted. In nil tho and it was thought necessary to remove tized 3,500 converts. Kentucky shows up tho following pens occupied with owes with lambs too of yestorday con- him to Lexington to save his neck from Tub Courier Journal a mob. good for this year: Oak- young to bo turned outside- tuba of tained reports from all the Congressional Wm. Green, a Paducah merchant' land Baron, 2:14; Impetuous, 2:15; Bo- water wero kopt stnuding and tho rooks districts in Kentucky, which show that for criminal real, 2:17 and Larabic, 2:15. California always full of liny. things are in pretty good shape nnd that has been held without bail Iu tho second story of tho center child. This is comes to the front with a good one in La assault on a Polk's best Tomatoes Si. 10 per doz. cans. Granulated sugar 20 there is nothing to justify the big boasts building n room 10 foot squaro was parone of the cases that Judge Lynch should Belle, 2:1GJ. Tho great yearling Abdell titioned off nud supplied They are making of the republicans. with n stove pounds for $1. Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozen. 1 Rolled Oats 5c investigate. is also from that State. nud lounge for tho uso of tho Bhopherd, a pound. Coal Oil their fight in the 3d, 5th, 7th and 0th 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. Miss Mary Bolton jumped from the The largest plow in the world, per districts, but with little prospect of sue train on the Louisville Southern near haps, is owned by Richard Gird of San cess anywhere, even in the Utb, if ColTyrone with suicidal intent, but only Bernardino county, Cal. The immense son stays on the track, which hois likely 0 gashes in ber face. Bod turner stands 18 feet high and weighs to do displte tho efforts of the republican suffered Bomo ugly Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair. Hunter's and She refused to tell why she wished to 30,000 pounds. It runs by steam, is pro campaign committee. b S die. Tin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes ;oc a pound. Evaporated pears 10c a vided with 12 12 inch plow shares and is 1 , PASTUR-- 1 PASTURE The dead bodies of four citizens of capable of plowing 50 acres of land per Brer. Dbmaree has Bold his Madison pound. Evaporated Peaches loca lb. 1,000 Matches for .5c. county farm and will move to Louisville Sevier county, Tenn., were found near day. These arc npt leaders, but a few prices t given in a nutshell how beto engage moro extensively in prohibi- Henderson Springs. Two of them Tenny, owned by David Pulsifer, we sell every thing. tion work, "ef his party should fail to send longed to a band of white caps and the and Salvator, the property of J. B. Hag- 1 , 1 i ii ii case that "F' others to an organization formed to sup- gin, have been matched for a contest in him to Congress." In this CAU oi lOTMIbO LT OXbQ is not a long crooked letter. The prohi- press white capping. siring speed for $2,500 a side. Each From Alabama a lurid story comes horse will be bred to Vhree of the best no. II SHEEP lunj?, ground rum. bitionists would not Bend Brer Demaree to Congress if they could. They have of a parricide for the sake of filthy jucro. thproughbrod mares on Mr. Haggin's who only loft tho building for his mcola. In order to- hidmore jespect lor themselves than .that, The guilty man when tracked to his farm in California. This is the only con. Hero was opt constantly varm q kottle of inilk for feeding snch lambs as yrcro though they will vote for him, when ing place confessed his unnatural crime, test of the kind on record. of the chilly rain Friday not sufficiently supplied by their moththe ghost of a show, surrendered his booty and put an end to they know hn hasn't On account ers and a good flro to worm up thoso his own life with poison. it was thought best to declare the race that bcoamo chilled. Fjra destroyed a group of coal off and as a consequence the first meetMors importance than usual hinges At shearing timo tho eutiro building on the Congressional races this year. The chutes and part of the adjacent wharves ing of the Louisville Fair and Driving yaa cleaned out A shearing floor mado next House will count the vote for pres- in the suburbs of Pensacola, causing a Association waa cut a little short. The of matohod flooring in sections 4 foot ident and if none of the candidates loss of $125,000. Most of the property races on the three days previous wf re ido, held together by battens on tho ! should receive a majority, it will itself destroyed belonged to the Louisville and good, however, and the meeting was a under sido, much after tho fashion of an elect a president. The loss of one mem- Nashville railroad and was uninsured. success, both financially and otherwise. ordinary barn door, was laid in tho ber may bo the loss of the government. At New York the John Street Meth- Extensive improvements will be made ecu tor room and tho flocccs as fast as It will be sold till Nov. 1st at Astonishingly Low Prices. This includes all styles, and the patterns arc all new and desirable. tied thrown through an opening into Let the democrats of this district see odist church celebrated its 125th anniveron the track and grounds and next year tho second story, vrhero they woro propgoes in by increased sary Sunday. It was an event of considthat Gov. McCreary the trots will be held on a much larger erly ricked up to await tho ndvent of majority. erable interest to the millions of Methodscale. tho buyer or tho timo for sacking. T'o Tub Louisville Times speaks of the ists in America, for on the Bpot where two small pens next to this room ycre This Opportunity. A Lewis county yddoyv entered upon used for holding sheep raging Bull of Boshaa as John Denny, this rather shabby church stands was to be sheared, is Dennis erected the first Methodist meeting house her eighth rnatrirnqnial experience laat which ad fast ns finished wero turucd This is a serious mistake. It Srufffi-rtweek, She is only 30 years of age, through ono of tho wings into tho yards Denny. The democrats of the 7th dis- in America. We learn that 12 Methodist minis- outside. Montreal Herald. Democrata in New York city find trict will teach him a lesson on the 6th been married this l THKBLUK-GKASJiERD OV bis impudence in trying to make encouragement in the large registration ters in Jbe State have ,for of voters, tho total being 309,930, which year. We congratulate Jhefdrls jor Tho battle is on hot between advothem prove Traitorous to their principles good men, and would liko to cates of tho ClydoL'dalo and Perchoroq js S05 more than the registration during and their party. the presidential campaign two years ago. see Boye.ral Methodist divines located in horses. Why does nof some brooder decides that the law The party leaders figure out the election Mt. Sterling, as on a certain street in this mako a spooinl cross between tho two Judge Jewell 1. H. Fror, and keep if for about four equine closing barber shops is unconstitutional. of the democratic municipal ticket by city, which isonly one square long, there generations tip seowiiat Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky and thorosult will He evidently thinks with most of us that from 10,000 to 20,000 plurality. If this are 20 marriaKeabe girls and tiot a Meth bo? It ia Euid wo aro to have n special foiind.-rM- t. Sterling American carriage horse. Why not an -going unshaven on Sunday is about as estimate should prove correct, they think odist minister to be 'Jlgi foi tale from tho btit typw ol RezlittrnJ Gazetted Mr. Hill's election assured. much hell as politics. American draft horse too? lock. Breeders tccuted from the boat btrdi la viril aitierent &uti. Correspondence Solicited Ab will bo d Doraaree failed to comply with tho law with reference to RettinKhisnamoonthe ballots and of course It might have been lelt off. In Madison tho clerk had decided that ho could not put it on, and the republicans thereupon began to demo make capital out of the cratic trick. The democratic committee, to show that there was no desire to troat tho prohibitionists unfairly, petitioned the clerk of Madiaon to put name on the ballots and ho agreed do so, provided the candidates were to willing. Gov. McCreary promptly agreed but at last accounts Dr. Roberta was as silent on the subject as he has been on the issues of this campaign. Wo trust our prohibition friends will mako a note of this and not permit themselves to be amboozled by the false pretensea and ha foxv came the repubheana would play on them. Dem-areo- 'e In eome of the counties Prohibitionist sues of this campaign are decided by the ballots and it behooves democrats to be up and doing. This is no time fpr doubts or dallying. More then at any time aro Joe Blackburn's words applicable now: "Ho who dallies fs a dastard, and ho who doubts la damned." Don't for an imaginary grievanco desert tho party of honor and principle to cast your lot with ignorance and venality, but go to the polls and mark jour ballot for tho full democratic ticket just as you would do, if tho old or der of voting prevailed. If you voted in the primary, you aro honor bound to support the nominees and if you aro an honest man you will fulfill every obligacounty over tion. Don't voto to Vrn to an irresponsible pettifogger and his negro dupes, but bo truo to party and principle by putting your cross under tho rooster. Just one week remains before the Is t" Soveral thousand Chinese troops at Nankin have mutinied and refused to gu to Tien-Tai-n because they bad not been paid for several months. Fivo tons of dynamite, stored in a small building one milo from Chippewa Falls, Wis., exploded. Woman and children in Ghip,ieva Falls were thrown down by tho shock, and windows in farm houses were shattered for miles around. Dr. Wm. Turney, a jealous Mqth-odiminister of Faikvllle, Ala , suicided with morphine, lio was 72 years old and married a beautiful young woman. Four years ago ho became insanely jealous of her. for talking to another man on the Btroet, and ou her return home chocked her to death. st tffjSBWSCK THE ERA -- OF EXTRAVAGANCE now-a-day- s nsoful iu tho northwest for a flock of about COO owed when crowded to. it fullest capacity, though moro conveniently accommodating 250 to 850 during tho lambing soason, for which it was especially designed, nnd with Blight modification iwulo to answer for n shearing barn nnd storing loft lator iu tho season. A buifdiug Is a thing of the past. Every one seeks how and where he can make his dollar go farthest. That is just what we want I'lio Illmtratlon Show IU Front Elovntloa because the more the people investigate the more they arc convinced, nnd around l'lan. Tho accompanying plan of n shoop that for quality and quantity the Louisville Store names the lowest bnru is ono which has becu found very prices. SHEEP BARN. tcS?" FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. two-year-o- ld 20 by 20 foot on tho ground (Fig. 1) and posts 10 foot high Our buyer has re formed tho centox, from which in thrco ties and we offer them at lower prices than ever. directions wont out ouo story wings, turned from Eastern markets with the two of ithoin 50 by 20 feet and ono 05 by 20 foot, making au aggregate floor spaco of about 1,400 feet; Tho center : : 1 was substantially built, as the second story was used for storing food in win- And most supciiorjlinc of goods, therefore you can depend upon get. ter and spring nnd for tho wool clip shearing nnd shipping. Oak posts ting all the latest of the season. HOSIERY. Ladies' extra quality 8 inches square wero sot upon flat stonos, all wool hose 25c, worth 35. Ladies' fleece lined hose 25c. 'Misses imbedded ho as to bring tho upper Bur- - ribbed all wool hose 15c, worth 25c. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. faco 2 inches ntovo ground. Lowor story, 8 feet, tho second story being Ribbed vests 15c, extra heavy ribbed vests 25c, worth 40c. Grey laid with dressed nud matched flooring, ribbed vests 30c, worth 45c.fi GENT'S UNDERWEAR. Grey Meso rw to nllow uo hayseed or other trash c a suit. Red flannel shirts and drawers Soc to gift through nnd to bo tho mora easily rino shirts and drawers aloaucd for tho reception of wooL Sin- - per suit. A company having branch stores all over the country, using millions of dollars wortli of goods, buying exclusively for cash, have naturally the advantage of others and should surely sell goods cheaper than any other in Stanford. Every department is brimful with choicest novel- Reason With Yourself! LARGEST AND CHOICEST bo-twe- 1 tbree-year-olJ- s, rfpraasrirm CLOAK 4 KM Department. ST7ITS. 1 1 Jm A BM 1,-1- e ZMZEZCsTS - , Van-Met- er LOUISVILLE tsytrn.ia. M-- wi- : STA1TFOHD, K"Z, STORE, trot-ting-br- ed d 1,100-poun- d 'The The Farewell Sale CTOIsTElS Sc ! y. B. in. SCOsT I bull-dozer- s, Closed Out At Once, Regardless of theCOST ARE CORDIALLY INVITED 30-od- two-year-ol- - FIGURES TALK. 1 nine-year-ol- NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR 5C. C- -U j 1 1 1 i W. fr WEAKEN & -- CO. Reduee my Large Stoek WALL - PAPER A.B.PEimT. S YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS . ( Duroc Red Jersey Swine Pronaugh, HHHlHh . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 80, 180-- Watch Danks' window this week, f Hides. Highest market price paid for thorn In cash by M. E. Elkin. lute-res- M Stanford, Kr., Ooronnn Oun now goods wilf be in this weok t call and wo will you. Danka, tho jewolor. E. C. Walton, Business Manager . Somerset has two social clubs. Ono la MEANS IUS1NESS. tho Sunflowor and the other is known as Buy your scliool books and Bchool bud tho Moonflower Club. . plica of h11 kinds at A. H. Penny's. Nkw goods of all kinds and a big lot of Watoiim, clockB and jewolry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Zeiglor Bhocs just received at S. IL Shanks', Call and eco. at A. H. Penny's. Tub largOBt Block of Drugn. Modicincs, A nkw hotol has been opened at SomPerfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at Pescriptiona a special- erset. ItiaTho.Chautauqua and S. A. A. It. Penny's. tyFreeland is tho proprietor. PERSONAL POINTS. Fon Rent. Ht'sidouco occupied by very K. Woaron. Price $15, tnmtuly pi Mrs. Alick Bauuiimah continues ments. Thos. IMchards, Stanford. Blck. of Middles-bsrMr.T. M. Pkkm.kotox, Ws appeiil to democrats to stick td tho is frith friends here. old ship at least awhile longer nud our Miss Mary Bhuck is visiting Miss Ka- word for it, they will never regrot it. tie Leo Yoager in Boylo. Mn. J. II. Hilton has sold his InterMn. John 8. Wsllh is back from a visit est hi his general merchandise storo at to his iirl in another Suto. Mn. T. W. Jones spout n few days with Livingston to his partner, Mr. W. F. Dishon, and has returned to Rowland, his old friends at Richmond. . v 9 Miss Majitha Paxton Kout is viaitinK Will Johnson, a splendid colorod boy, MisaFannle Adams nt Uuetonville. who has boon with Yeager & Yeager, Mii. I. C. Hambky. of Monticello, is sinco they have been in business hero visItluB her brother, Dr. L. B. Cook. and in tho family 10 years or more, died Mb. Wiu. Skvekanck has fouDd it nee Sunday morning of typhoid fever. essrv to ko to Cincinnati for moro goods, Oun next Issue will be a special elecIt. II. Pittos, of Lincoln, is visiting tion edition, increased two or four pages nis father's family in this clty.-SoIn sizo, and largely increased in number Bet Paragon. of Conway, of papers printed. Communications Mn. J. 0. Bacoh, county, la visiting his relatives in from good democrats aru solicited that tlie edition may be mado as ellecttvo as .this county. LIayb, tho littlo son ot Mr. and Mm. J. possible. . B. Poster, has 1 eon very 111 with bronWhile returning from a party at Mr. chial trouble. U. D. Simpson's the other night, the bug Mrs. Puss Cubtib. of Lexington, gy in which wero Miss Mary Traylor and yesterday to visit her sister, Mrs. Mr. S. E. Dudderar turned over, throwStephen Burch, of tho Mt. Ver-m- n ing them to tho ground with great force Editoh E. B. Smith, Mr. Dudderar eacnped unhurt, but his Eagle, is in town where ho always companion sullered a fracture of the hip Hods n welcome was otherwise hurt Dr. Cook was Miib. M. K. Daviks and MiBS Mnry and Bout for and at last accounts tho young D ivies Dudderar returned from lady was doing as well as could be ox 111., last week. E. Bailky and MiisfB pected. Mrs. Sallie Nannie and Fallio Bailey paid our oillce Si'KA kino. Tuesday, at a pleasant call Saturday. M. B. McGeu, the no at tho IIaisry Bauoiiman, who is attending gro orator, who is chairman of tho cam college at Lexington, spent several days paign committee of the National Negro with his homo folks hero. Democratic Association, will address tho Mk. Winston Wilkinson nnd hand colored people on thu issues of tho day. aomo wife, of Llbrty. havo been the He has invited Georgo W, Gentry or any guests of Mr. Ed. Wilkinson and wife. other colored republican to bo present Mkpskb. J. B. Kykr and Sherman W. and discuw with him, but it remains to Napper, na clever a pair as over pulled a bo Been whether the challenge will bo acthrottle, nra here to attend a caso In cepted or not. court. Meetings of the colored pooplo aro beM ib sa Baim Wbt, Salllo Fox and Al Ice Chestnut, of Garrard, have been tho ing hold nightly all over the county, itueat of Mrs. John Itout and other which are addressed by whito orators, who tell every kind of a lie friends in tho West End. Mrs. 0. II. Pains snd littlo daughter, to tho ignorant and superstitious to keep Louiao Tato, of Boston, arrived last week them in line. At these meetings doorto visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. keepers aro stationed and whisky on the Tate, and yesterday she and her luother breath is the pass right. If it is not there a big drink Is thrown down tho apwent to Louisvillo for a short visit. MibsJkan Buchanan, of Crab Orch-- 1 plicant for admission and loaded with ard, was on yesterday's train on route whisky, the meetings aro of a vociferous tor Louisvillo to assist Miu Belle Ilalde-ma- n naturo. in receiving at tho golden wedding County Court has censed to be the of Mr. and Mm. W. N. ilaldeman tocrowd drawing card it used to be when day. Mim Elizauktii McElwain, of Frank- it camo twice u year nnd the docket conlin, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. tained murder cases galore. Only those J. S. Ows'ey, Jr., and Miss Magglo Ows- who are especially interested attend now ley left for fiouisvlllo Friday, where sho and consequently tho crowds in town wi.l visit Mias Bowden boforo returning filo not exceed very much the every day home. No young lady has visited Stan- run. A number of minor ctfees havo ford for a long time, who was bo greatly been disposed of at this term iu addition admired as Miss McElwain. Sho is ex- to.tho ones mentioned below. ThoBiiitof S. D. Myera ogainst S. P. ceedingly attractive in person and manners and bright in conversation, nnd her Douclas occupied the court from Thursdeparture leaves an aching void in many day till Saturday. It was for a note alleged to have been given by Mr. Douglas masculine hearts. in full of a settlement mado between tho brothers-in-laCITY AND VICINITY. and is for S450v with inprices in our "ad." W. II. terest from D'C. 31, 1S70. Tho note was Sea our in the handwriting of Mr. E. B. CaldWeareu & Co. well, Sr , and Douglas' crocs mark only Six inch stove pipe, 10c per joint. W. was signed. Mr, Douglas know nothing of tho note and Mr. Caldwell testified II. Wearen & Co. u that ho had been on n debauch when he Nick Now England piano for Bale. Call Blgned it. After arguments by MessrB. on James Mershon. Welch and Warren for the defendant and a full lino of flno teas. Hill & McRoberts for the plaintiff, the Just received jury found for the defondant. The note W. H. Wearen & Co. would havo been debarred by limitation To Distillers. You can rnako your on the 1st of January next. ware housing bonds at Kirby'fl InsurThe grand jury continues to find in" ance Agency. dictments. Thejsftloon men are catching f t i in the neck and several parties who Tur presldorjt has Bottled tho A. were dismioeed.'by the examining court8 vlllo contest by appointing have boen indicted for tho offenses Edwards postmaster. charged: Jobn,Centree for the murder Tuk negro orator McGoe says: Put of Mr. Moutravillaom Hansford for nine your cross mark under tho rooster and and Ike Logan for, shootipg at W. E. let him do tho scratching, If any la to be Amon. A number of indictments has done. -also beon found for gaming. smhmiii Wm. Plummor, a white man, who has Don't forgot to examine our .cloaks and yvrapa and our black and fancy drees been in jalh'since last summer on a goods, gents' and ladies' underwear, Jcc. charge of attempted rape upon Susie Baker, a little girl of fix years of age, Hughes & Tate. was tried Saturday. A very damaging New sorghum, pickles, evaporated case was made out against him, but some fruits,, raisins, currants, prunes, rice, oat of the witnesses , characters wore as meal, cracked wheat, all new goods, at sailed with effect, and the result was a Higgina & McKinnoy'a. hung jury, Bevenjfor acquittal and Ave for " . : - r city council met Friday and de- 20 years. The The case of IsaacJIIamliton against T. cided to havo an ogreed case presented whether farming lands J. Higgina and other engineers waa callto tho courts aa lo ed Saturday and a jury obtained. In town are taxable for city purpoaes. ' Ab there areftwo lawyers fortho plain Thk John M. McKobortfl property in tiff, Messrs. HillJ&J McRoberts, and four front of tho collego sold at 'auction Sat- for the defendants, (Messrs. It. 0. War urday to W. H. Higglna for 3,800, the ren, W. G. Welch, J. B. Paxton and J, same price at which It was withdrawn a S. OwBloy, Jr., there ia no telling when . thla case will get tojthe jurv. bought lota In the The grand jury hps indicted T. L. Shel- Pbusonb who have and have not received deeds ton and P. W. Green each for selling cemetery for them can got them by calling on Mack whisky at Rowland, although they are liHuffman or J. B. Paxton, and those censed to do so, It ia for tho purwill pose of testing the act under which they who have bought and not paid . ' got their deeds were granted license. pleaso settle and ' o, m Demahke's namo ia on tho billots in little boW that fa8,t.D8 the lining in an this county. admirer's hat and wear It -i- your shoo. Two cottages on Whitley Avenuo for Tfs said that the most rent at JO oach per month. Miller A the ono who can't quite wavering lover, make up his Holm. mind to ask that most Important quea-tiowill yield at once to this most poFoil f 3,000 and $5,000 accldont tickets at 25c per day call on J. II. Kirby, tho tent charm, and oven one who hasn't thought of such a thing will also fall an Insurance man. unresisting victim W. E. Peiikins, trio wido awake Crab Mies Frankie Farra's was a chrysanOrchard merchant, haa bought out tho themum weddinu, and thcgorgeous'blos-8oraB,.goldeassignee's stock of Mrs. D. G. Slaughter white nnd purple, peeped & Son at that plnco and will begin to out from amid tho thicket of palmB, disnoao of it at very low figures Nov. 2 which stood on the roatrum and waved See ad. on our first pngo. their heads from their places in tho vases Hons. W. II. MiLLEn and Harvey whenever a breezo stole in. .Misses JenHelm went out Sunday to do some meas- nie and Lily Lyne were among tho bridesmaids. All wore gowns of cloth of uring on the place that Hale killed but wore forced to leave by tho n delicate mode color trimmed with yelowner, who though engaged in shucking low chiffon. Their largo Leghorn hats corn, objected to his land being "aurvoj-ed- " wero wreathed in yellow chryBanthe-mump- , nnd they carried yellow on Sunday, Tho bride waa all in white Rev. Gkoisok 0. Baknks, Mrs. Barnen Her dress was of whito cloth, her wide and Miss Mario Barnes arrived yester- brimmed hat was finest whito, and tho day and beg.m n week's meeting at the chryflanthemnrnB bIip carried wero whito. All of them are looking Tho Bweot gospel of "God is NEW ADVEBTISEM ENTS. Love and Nothing Else" they preach beams in their countenances and a feast at Tur- RENT. My of fervent oratory and touching song is II desired Twill boirJ p IierftVille! fin Wat. ah promised. The troupo is quartered at lie X. Ilailoy, McKInner, Kjr. $9 Col. and Mra. W. G. Welch's. 2. flfterJIoreGoods. Owing to the Urge trade we have had for the last month compelled to have more goods. Our Mr. Wm. Severance we are n u, Left For Cincinnati, O. 9 Yesterday morning Pen-ning'to- n, To Replenish Our Stock. Come in and see the many good things we have to show and what a dollar will buy. chrysan-'themum- B. IH)VIEMAKrlI & 8 ON, court-housfirst-rat- e. o. DO YOU NEED FOE Moro-hout- e SPECTACLES? We mer- Itock-Cist- firat timo for a long time rain fell Friday and though it was far Insufficient, it did great good. It came again yesterday and at this writing, 1 v. m , is falling like wo aro to have aground soak -- For the FOR KENT. UISot.J. Of Attention Farmers! We have a Large Line FIT No Charge for Examination. SCIENTIFICALLY. a Fit or no Will guarantee Pay. lo er, though tho signal servico says it will be fair, cooler tomorrow. P. S. At this later writing, 5 r. si , It looks llku tho rain chances havo gono glimmering. nr-m- od Bloom-lagto- n, ... To-nig- court-hous- e, Mu. John Bhiuut played a practical Shingles & Lumber. joke on a smart Danville man the other day. Ho walked Into Mr. S. H. Shanks' AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY store, where Mr. Bright and others were And It Very Lw Figures. sitting and asked in a saucy kind of a KING & PREWITT, woy if ho could get a drink of water in Moreland, Ky, town, intending to bo funny at tho expense of our water worke. Mr. Bright ! saw his chance and workod it "Yes," said he, "wo havo sotno back here, but it's getr'Mninendrjgat t o'clock on the atiernoon of ting mighty low. You'll have to turn the faucet of tho hydrant very quickly to TUESDAY, OCT. 1894, make tho water come at all." The & Stanford pike, X mile pntheMUIcdgeiill man followed instructions nnd the Irom McCormack'a church, I will sell at public aalemy personalty, confuting of 4 result waa tho water shot tho dipper out Jersey Heifer. good Milk Cow and Work Mules. teirer, Honof his hand and splashing to the ceiling es, including extra fjood family Phaeton Horse, t extra good lamily Phaeton Mare, a good Marea, came down in a torrent, upon the head nice yearling filly. 2; Hoi, 7J Uarrclaof Corn, wagon, and shoulders of the greeny, who went blue frraii header Mowing Machine, hay rae. and other iarmtng implements, Plowi, hoes, harrow, Ac, a lot of new flat raili home a wiser, but a wetter man. Can't and 100 locuit poiti, 4 itandt of beei, lome housethe Advocnto teach its imitators some hold and kitchen furniture. Terms. All sumi under $10, caih in hand; ovgumption. er thit amount a credit of ia monthi without -- Locust Fencing Posts, Plank Pence, Granger Stakes, BANKS, PaH i m ( -- the OTWIEILIEM. MkWtlKi awwiww - fc ML3li, VIM I wr JVUPV -- mr J,, B M5J J v Mr - mi. ULJM iHvXvk? ES1F5 -- ' Has just what people want. Lowest prices, the latest styles and the Most Complete Stock Of Furniture ever brought to Stanford. I will complete my new price list this week and OTHER HOUSES WILL BE NO MORE IN IT. Come to headquarters. I have made the prices since my embark-men- t, and will continue to make my customers prices that will certainly induce them to pay cash. Call and see my elegant Fall stock. Holiday, birth-daand wedding presents. W. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph HoteL y PUBLI SALE 30, Dan-vil- lo m Si 1 Wl H. .1 ;l 1 1 1 i 1 MORE NEW THINGS Always motto. ready. This is ! our The new road law gives the fiscal court of each county general chargo and supervision of tho public roads and bridges H. K. MAHCUM. Marshal's therein and provides that thoy shall be maintained by taxation or by hands allotted to work theroon, in its discretion. All able bodied citizens between 18 and 60 years of ago, except licensed preachers and citizens of incorporated towns, may bo required to work on the roada six daya in a year, a day to bo reckoned at eight hours. Fcr this work the court can allow a reasonable compensation, which amount shall go towards tho payment of taxes, tho residue- being paid in money to tho person so working. This law was passed by a democratic Legislature and a democratic fiscal court v ill give tho people tho beneGt of its provisions. Tho democratic nomineo for judge lias for years been in favor of paying peoplo to work on roads and tho nominees for magistrate aro likowiso inr favor of it. Boss Davison ia trying to make capital by tolling tho poorer peoplo that if he and his henchmen are elected, they will pay them $1 a day for working the roadB and that tho democrats will not. Brand this aa most of their statements as a He. Tho democratic fiscal court will see that every man who worka the road Ia amply remunerated. - SALE FOB. TASES. Hf virtue ot taxes amounting to $10.67 bide coiti and commission, due to the town ot Stanford Kentucky, by J. S. Murphy for the year 1S03, I will oa New Fur Capes, I! New Cloth Capes, Nbw Jackets, New Cloaks, New Misses and Children's Cloaks and the choicest line of 40-inc- h Saturday, Nov. 20, 1894, Between the houri ol to A. M. and s P. M at th Court House door in Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky., exppie to public talc to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following pioperty (or so much thereof as may be necessary to iatisy the amount of the taxes aforesaid due and costs) it: FORTY ACRKS OB1 IVZSTD 1 Bounded asiollows' On the West by the county road leading to Iloqeyville, on the South by S. e, H llaughman, on the East by Mrs M. C. Uurn-lidon the North by the St. Aiaph Branch. The propertyof said J. 8. Murphy levieJ on by me as manbal and tax collector of said town, to satisfy the taxes and commission and costs aforesaid Amount of tax on troperty, $19,50, $117 6 per cent, penalty for $a for cost of levy. Total 10 be raised, 523.67. U.J NEWLAN'D, 63 City Marshal of Stanford. Black and Fan-cDress Goods y I Ever brought here. We keep a full line of J. B. & P. D. Corsets, and the best and cheapest line of Marshal's SALE FOB. TASIES. lly virtue of taxes amountiug to $7,40, besidei coats and commission, due the city of Staniotd, Ky., by Mrs. M. J. Miller lor the yerr 1893, 1 will on Saturday, Nov. 20? 1894. Between the noun of 10 A. M. and P. M., at the e door in titantord, Llucolu County, Ky., cxpof e to public sale to the highest bidder for cash In had. the following property for so, much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of tho taxes aforesaid due and costs, Coutt-Houst: Ladies and Gentlemen's under-war- e we have ever offered. You who want Winter Shoes or Boots, t either ladies' or erents' don't fail t examine ours before buying. They are not one of a kind but many of each kind and all cheap. Brighter prospects are visible from every point of the compass and we joyfully confess that trade is much better with us because we sell more goods for a silver dollar than ever before. Come and try it. (I . 1 MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. HUGHES & TATE. Piqe-Aust- in w " Mr. Alfred Petrey and Miss Malinda Powers wero married at Ottenheim SunFIITT.KEJJ- A.CRICS OF ZjA.ND. day. Bounded as follows: On West by J. M. Williams, a widower of 30, and ford A Danville turnpike, the the North the Stanon by Mrs. Miss Dosha Aker, just 17, were married Baker, on the Kast by It C Warren and Geo. B. Cooper, on the South by R. C. Warren, Cooper, at J. W. Aknr'a Sunday. Paxtcn nd Kmbry. The property of sold Mrs. levied on b me marshal and Us Middlesborough haa just bad a rath- M. J. Miller said town to ntlifyasthe collector of taxei and comer sensational elopement Viola New- mission and costs aforesaid. Amount of tax on properly $7.31. 6 per cent, penalty Tor non payBchool girl, ran away ment 43c, la cost or levy In oraer to cover the man, a ot such advertisement and married J. M. Garrougb. The girl costamount to be raised $9 and "notification. Total 74 ' O. J. NEWLANO, was in school reciting her geography les63 Marshal City of Stanford. son when her sweetheart called for her. Tho marriage of a very aear cousin of the editor is announced: Miss Kane Morton Smith, of Louisa, Va., to Mr. Alep Dowell, of Macon, Ga., where the THE ATTkACTION happy couple will make their home. May their swoetest hopes of conjugal felic- WILL : E. : CULHANE'S ity be moro than realized. Truly a mockery of marriage ia that FAMOUS botween young Nicholas, of Russia, and Princea Alix a man who surrenders hia lovo in order to form such a union, a woBand and man who surrenders her religion. And MlNSTREL BOOM. all for a throne that ia hut mausoleum, THE BIG and for a destiny that is simply doom. Funny Endmen, -- LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. Parlor Lamps in great variety. Stanford. Handsomest line ever brought to WTe also lead in t :l COMING I Queensware, Glassware, &c. Call and See a Beautiful Line. i $I . PJJEfRIS & HARDIN. F 1 17 Orchestra. Courier-Journa- l. in ,.. yr B- The position of society editor of the Lexington Leader seems to be the open h sesame to matrimony. Miss Daisy held it for a while nnd Bhe married Then her sister, Misa Brockenbrough Everything NeJ and Up.todate, Fitzhugn, took chargo and now she is to TWENTY ARTISTS be married. Tho event will occur Nov. 17 and the happy man is Mr. ' Harwell Smith, of St. Louis. The society editor of the Lexington WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE Leader, who can vouch for its infallibil ONE NIGHT ONLY, ity, as Bhe ia to be married very soon WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1894 saya to tho girls: If you would be Bure Reserved of a proposal within a month, secure the Drug Store. Seats on sale at Ws B. McRobert'i Fitz-hug- Comical Comedians, Sweet Singers, Artistic Dancers. 109 23 9p WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN? THE WHITE HUMARS. It taeans that th Qneto nJ Otiffnt RonU Is IT milts shortcis tttwecn Cincinnati mi J Luinftuu) tJ miles shortest Cincinnati w ) miles shortest I'iucinuatl to Jtcw Orleans; IPS milts shoroit Cincinnati to Cluttanovf, Atlanta, or JacksoaTills, Florida. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS shore points. Throosh Csrs to Vlckslnre ami Fhrttf-I-K- t. running- - tlironih cars Cincianatl to knoxrlUu asl Asheilllt. N. G. Dims tin to Tcias an4 Mtilco tU N'w Orleans or 1 U ShroTeport. Ask MtnU ahunt tours to California. From J.oul.?Ule. hhtlbjTTill. and Lawrcnetbur. direct connection Is maJ at Lexlagtoa with vtsUluleii trains to all points bouti. W. 0. RINEAK30X, Oea'l Pisi'r Aeat, Cincinnati, O. all the 7.wnOnlr eflint 20 20 k QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. M f; j A s- Z33 t'idi' tv. "U ht. Buoutn'sArnloa Balvo. SI .500 WANTED. tor The beet salve new girl sloops Hko a log-- teres, ulcers, salt In the world tores,cult, brulsessti give That security and hight per cent. inter tetter, rheum, fever 21th, by A. J. Gibo-ny- , Married, on the est. tan on j. 11. J'A.n. u., Attorney, Slanfud and I never can pot her up in tho morn hands, chilblains, corns and all skin Situated hall a mile West of McKlnney and Mr. Jainea M. Cox to Alius Mary E. iiijr. It positively cures piles, or no pay requir containing 13s acres of Itnd in good state ot culti Kor 4. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction vauou. I'o.icition given oy Jan tit, FubllBhod Every Tuesday and Friday Wesley. Husband (struck by n bright Idea) partlculari sddIv tr money refunded. Trice S cents per box. AT B Let tho baby sloop with hor. by A. R. Penny, Stanlord. Ky. EU, M. hTES or IAS. W. Gl VBN5. Jack Warner Williams, son of A. flood For sale m McKlnney, Ky 82 EUCR. YJSAJtlNT AD Williams, of near this place, loft his Nows. meJIcine so often needed In every Thero no vrlll be charged." rVhen not so paid S2.SO home and to admirably adapted to the purposes homo over five years ago to try his forSo Renllatlo. for which It Is intended, as Chamberlain's Pain W. B. tunes in the far Southwest. Ho was in Hardly a wek pane but Palm Author Well, professor, how do you n.mh.rrr ihp family has need of It. Awhat some toothache tho early bloom of manhood anil was of Hko ray now piny? of or headache may bo cured by it. A touch .. c h.iunaiiim or neuraicia nuirnu. un .i. bright promise. Ho first located about ou "r,"aTbuorceM promptly relieved and the Office South Bide Main St., in office than when medlc.ne nelrd in much Fort Worth, Tflxas, but afterwards weut realistic! Especially tho burglars In it. IFIRITO.A.'X". vacated by Dr. Le K. Huff man, Stanford, Kf. Even their dialomiO is Stolon. TiarHn has to be sent lor A sprain may be promptly Territory. But consumpto tho Indian sets in, When necessary. treated before Inflamatlonthe time wnicn insuresothnrwite' cure in about tion, the fell destroyer, seized upon bis Ucspon. should recive Imnicdl. uuired. Cuts and brulies DEALER IN vitalo, and in August last he was brought Another Ileal Curiosity. before the parts Lecome swoIKd, ,le treatment K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. i which can only be done when lam Halm is kept In thn illinn miKiMim back to his home emaciated and feeble. I throat .ay bo cured before ...n....Ucfilrt n.,,... hand. A. Visitor Noll, Why nro you horo liecomes sellout. A tioublesomecotnmay br Train naves Kowund at 7:00 a. m. returning He lingered until the night of tho 24th, : among tho freaks? moved by applyinR it l Ice a day for a weeij or . . . ... when ho passed away. The remains wero a 1,m. .. m be cured and LOCAL TIME CARD. lito Jiixinwt I m the lndy who rides pin '" lho iJo roor' lm MVe'1 or brought to the Christian church at this bill, t tho liiovrlo wlthntit iHsfApiUniT cVlrtu rh.n muwed without paytnc a iloctorwill neverplace on the 2Gtb at 10 a. m., whoro n for trousers. Chicago Record. 37 P Mail tram going North... cireocentbottlat onco anJ you .......ls Kv. Do-mest- ic South " secret it. Express train " South.. ti Jipm beautiful funeral oration was delivored O. Hocker, drujrRht, For tale by Dr. Orninppt Kxpla!n. " " Norths ,.......3t'B by Elder J. Q. Montgomery, after which !Mrs. .........-- o 36 m Local freight North... Grumpps (reading) When Queen to the grave 07 p m bis remains wero followed South, ...! SUM GRAHAM Victoria wishes a favor Bho docs not The latter trains alto carry passengers. by a large number of friends and rela- ask it, sho "commands'' 1L on standard time. Solar Is a candidate for Oimtahle In the lllglilirid and The above it calculated tives. The community deeply avmpa trae it about ao minutet filter. Waynesburif Magisterial District, subject to the Jlr. Grumpp Of course She's a action of the republican party. .Cbt-thizes with his bereaved relatives. Itahy was rick, w j;aT her CottorK woman. N. Y. Weekly. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Vhn n)i. vcah ft Chill, ahe criej for CnstorU Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. Depart Kl Tame. To Texas. The Queen & Orescent -City ai fol- When Rao became MIm, hi clung to OwtoriA. Going North train paie Junction "You don't seem ns well known in Veitibule starts 6 a. m. Vei- - Route will sell tickets to Texas, Novem ln.i- tlim Cartoria Hcadquartersfor almost anything When ho liAd Children, ahe tlbulo Limited j:.is p. m. L.ocai 1:10 p. m. norma this city ber Gtb.'at one fare for tho round trip visitor. as you wcro at homo," said tho OnOUARO, LAWN, OARDEN. Nlntltd i!li. a. m N O. Veitibule ll iS p. ra. Florida plus 32. Ticketcon sale from stations South "I'm not," answered tho young man, Limited tati.U. m. Local niSS p. m. Cincinnati to Meridan: exclusive (ex- proudly. "I don't owe anybody hero a Vestibule arrirei 8:40 p. m. you want. When you A full stock of Fruit and 6rnamental Trees, Shrubs, Small Fruits. Grape Vines, Asparagus cept Gadsden ) Good to return twenty cent" Washington Star. thing usually louud at such an estaband eu-rdays from date of Bale Choice of routes lishment Try us on prices. We do not sell JT5RREY files?;?: call on him.J Had tho Fan. through agents but direct to the planter. CataAp Solvia Now Orleans or via Shreveport. itadv lor Service. All subject to register. logue on application, FullJJlown Rose Whatn pity, dear, ply to J. M. McRebetU, bUnfonl. Ky. II. IMIILI.KNMEYER. id vestibuled trains to Now Orleans aro engaged so youngl You will J Lexington, Ky. Short line and quick time. never havo tho fun of refusing a man. Lexington Fall The llud No, but I've hnd tho fun of acw. t. jon is. jo km, wen. J will be held November 12th to 10th. cepting' one, American ncbrow. Stanford, Ky. t am now rnulv to dellvei manufactuied Ice The Queen fe Cresent Route is tho short from the Stanfoid Factory to customers reeuiariv An Unpleasant Uso of tho Verb. mornlnR at the rate er MM1 and direct line to Lexingtou. Four daiClerk Aro you going- to dlscbarga every HUNDRED l'OUND LOIS and over.and 1KK ., C in .mailer lots. ly trains from Cincinnati. Free Parlor me, then? BUKMBllf Suo(ord. Oars. One and one third fare for round Druggist Yes, I think wo can diss sv B A.1 j ?- - m " trip from Cincinnati and stations in Ken- pense without you. Harvard Lam Ky. tucky every day of races, cood till Nov poon. I Sole proprietors Dean's lllack Diamond Roof JlbsoIafeJy I ami. Kstlmaits furmmed for painting Wood, . ember 21st to return. Be euro you get A NOVEL rilOPOSAX. Metal and lion Roof. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ray ttore you will find one oi 'he finest COURIER-JOURNA- L At All rood painted with Dean's lllack Diamond tickets via the Q. A 0. Chas. W. Zell, I alnt guaranteed for years Dealers in best cisilockt of Milllntry and Bmbroldery Material ever D. P. A., Cincinnati, 0. W. 0. Rinear-Bon- , "sr'.a.".-brought o SUnrord. Ihave paid eath for my good! Is a ten page eight column democratic newspaper. tern I umps and Galvamrod Iron Filters. 6im cream of tarter baking powA . iiy P. A., Cincinnati, 0. and tell thero lor caih, so lovr that you will to It contains the bmt of everything going I2GN-Bder. Highest of all in leavening WATTERSON li the forced to buy trom me. An examination will conA dun took its name from a celebrat. strength. Latest United States invited to male it. vince you and you aie PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. MRS. A. A. McKINNEV. ed bailiff of London' during the reign of F". B. RILBY.JProprlotor, ff Government Food Report. A Henry VII. , named John Dunn. Ho was The WEEKLY COURIEK.JOURNAL makes - - - Kontuoky. very liberal terms to agrnu, and givts tree pre London. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., extremely clever in devising ways and ot clubs and Gaelics. raiums for PremiumSample copies sentthe paper any I have moved to my A Supplement four page free to means to compel, unwilling creditors to new Iloul'jand am bettst 106 Wall Stroot, Now York. than ever to accommodate the public settle their accounts, and hence the say tA.. -- ..rlv October way of .iu..that Is newIlland nobby in the 1st. with every address. Write to Oood Liveryattached and every conreaicuc thing L Give wis a call. ing, "Send Dunn after him," or "dun ThoCOURIER-JOURNAA. S. CO. v LIBERTY, CA9EY COUNTY. A Soto CorrectiTO. SemrV eekly Interior JouRNflr Wife , chap-peerup-olon- Arst-cla- ts L.XSJ Desirable Farm for 58-t- m Sale. s. 1 6 OR 8 PAGES. BVBBY t" "uuii R. Zimmep, DR. PENNY Dentist. on.-thlr- d r- J. B. HIGGINS, ' "l&N. .... K.,-v- Fancy fcUn-fer- d. Groceries All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, Foreign and Fruits, n , lue-ura- ss ge Blue Grass Nurseries. Blue-Gra- ss want'aYirst-classmcal'fori25- c, lurnnn jS-i- m u RiCKs.-rMcet-i- ng ICE, ICE. To Tlie Ladies R. ZIMMER. - JOXTES BROS,, t tl Rakincr - THE WEEKLY Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Pure . G-- ' tt&ffl&r&l . m &fiton.M?z. 17L Y THE RILEY HOUSE Treat For tlic flBHb PRICE, i'P'd n d. SURGEON DENTIST. Offico over McRobem Drug Store in the n Owsley Building. Stanferd; The Chinese loss in the last battle on the Yalu river is now put at 3,500. An Original Summer OlrL Oh, she was a summer maiden In a lovely summer hat, And she. made- a pretty picture As she In tho parlor sat, And sho was tho most original Young person of her kind That in my wide experience Mm" LOolSVILLE, KY. Pleate call and examine my Jtock before buying Mypilces shall be the lowest, rhanling you for past favors, respectfully, Manager. KATI. DUDDHRAK, The FRANK RIHY, Semi Weekly Interior Journal, And The D. S. CAHPE1TTEII, At the well-know- n old itaa J ol J. U. Orcen, In marry? He s He Will you como to my wedding? She Ycs whom nro you going to Ue Why, yout Truth. Ono Way of Tuttlnr; It. Does your father Fccm pleased TO THE LADIES I I can recall to mind; Tor though sho was a summer girl, Down thcront Oyster bay, Sho passed tho lit clong summer through With hut on flancol Harper's Dazar. A Difference) of Opinion. She I guess so. Ho has been telling all around that ho has had an addition to tho famll3. Puck. A Sure SI en. Mrs. Dbc What is it a sign of to havo a family cat howl outsido at with our engagement? Miss larboe, my tilmmtr, is In the cities buying my Vail and Winter Sio-k- , and I will not make her my usual fall trip. Hoth Mits Jarboeand cordially will arrive next week and you are invited to call. Wlllbe sent cne year to any address TC, Address W.I'. WALTON, Si Stmfetd, Ky Wcclcly Courlcr Journal Hustonvlllo, -a - Kentucky. itat just received beautiful line of fr 02 Surroys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Purnituro and Stoves. .Call and sec his stock and Of pur-chas- es Ky. Midland R'y. Shortest and quickest between MISSLICCIKIIEAZLEY, Stanford, ky. get his prices which are lower than anybodys. If you want a nice set harness, a whip or adulter Hinder Twine fuc !. $500,000.00 to Loan Cincinnati and Frankfort Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlialo, Mayavlllo, Oynthlanu, Falmouth and Covington. Trains No. 7. p. m. 1 1 .MYERS HOUSE Only Direct Line between "I'm going1 to move." "I thought you wora pleased with your present house." ,.For a. "I am, but I had a llttlo controversy Gold, vrfth my landlord, and have decided to EefreshingVBath, Hot or change." A stylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to "What was tho difference of opinion & tParmer'a JBarber Shop. about? Is thero any way of compromisOook ing it?" "I foar not. You seo ho has an idea VOU ARK GOING.. ...IK that I ought to pjiy rent." Pittsburgh night? Dix a death in tho family if tho man is a good shot. Judge. Of Corn Silk. Call on the undersigned at Rowland, Lincoln county, Ky . lor terms. We wsnt to negotiate loans on first mortgage s.curity on real estate, stocks, bonus and commercial paper. Agent lor Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. the Missouri Brokerage Co., St. Louis. lo run by Central Stan dard lime. II, H, MKkli 65-- 4 X.XYERVSTABM. .P. W. CREEN, Prop. This stable, which Is run n connection with the n Myers House, has been supplied with well-know- Tia,TabU Jnne A s.i, 1854 Paddy (eating green corn for tho first time) Do jnbersl Oi wish wholver sowed this corn on tho cob had nulled out tho bashtln's. Judge. Morn Tlian Knongh. Farmers Bank&Trnst ofjstanford,:ky., Co TRAINS EAST. Leave Franklort Stimmit.... JLSTORTK R THE. WEST, Chronicle-Telegrap- h. Is now fully organiied and ready for business wlU " " ' " Louisville a Nashville -- R. R. i :... Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains Makecloie connections at 1L.0UISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. THROUGH BAGGAGE CHECKED For any information taauire of IOES. HICE. Azent. Or W. A. MeQUOWN, Trav. Junction City, Ky A. G. Lanhaai rats. Agent, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Smith (looking at flat) But I Paidlup Capital or - - $200,000. The liest of Keaaona. don't see any closets. Surplus, . Dashnway Uncle, supposo, as you Mr. dear, entered the gates of Paradlso you room's aSmith Why, my Life. every SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONA1 closet. Urooklyn should seo a watermelon on one side of DANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same asseu and,unds the road and a nice fat pullet on tho Wrung from Ilia Solo. the same management. are ai other, which way would you turn? "I llttlo thought," said Ardup, eat- By provisions of Its chaiter, depositors Natioaa. deposltora Undo Ebony Toward dat pullet, ing pigs' feet nt the free lunch counter, fully protected as aie being held in Individualli shareholders Uanks, sah. 'that I should ever bo reduced to Buch liaole to iU eatent of the amount of their atoes the Dashaway Why, I fihould Hko to extremities as this." Chicago Tribune. therein at the par value thereol, in addition to tb amount invested in such shares. It may act ai know? eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac.'ai fully ai Wat Refused T What Undo Ebony (grinning) 'Cuz wateran individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to ui Mabel (as ho comes back unsuccessmelons can't fly. N. Y. Ilerald. the Lincoln National Hank ol while mnagln ful) And has papa refused you? Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks an A I'erslsteut Creditor. Georgo (sadly) No; ho baa refused trust they will continue to transact their businui with us, ofieiing as a guarantee for prompt atten-is Mrs. Underbill You mnko a gTeat you. Truth. tion to same, our twenty yeara eapciiencecoe. my dressmaker's bill, but racket about banking and as .libera! accommodations as are Where Ilia Armor Was Weak. intent with sound banking I never say a word about your tailor! "What's tho matter with Chappie?" Ui.derhill Good heavens, Rita, you directors: "Concussion of the brain. His mother don't seem to realize that dressmakers patted him on tho head this morning." J, J. Willisnis.Mt. Vernon; have to bo paid! Truth. . H. Shanks, Stanfoid; -- N. Y, World. , " " j '000 Elisabeth............. Arrive I'ans C TRAINS WEST. " " Ccntreville Stamping Ground7 at Duvall.... ........7 34 fohnson.. 7 40 ueorgetown.11 ...7 46 C.S. Depots .......7 jj lo5 Newtcn.... Switier,.....,..7 Klknorn... ...,...7 o5 ........... 7 11 No. 1. a. m. 700 18 No j. p. tn. 4 o 410 4 3 00 10 3 A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, 4S J7 144 4JO 4 t 00 10 n routiner's Supplies and is better than eves 140 prepaiet aiupply the public with so 3J nnax-CLiAa- a ...! so 16 8 30 3" 33 3 5 3 0J ) 35 Personal and prompUtlsntion 300 I'artisa and Ilurlals. .to 3 3( AI IlURNS.Managrr 3 4) 400 mas op all, kinds. given to WeJdines P. W. GREEN, Proprietor No. 1. No. 4. No. No. is a.m. p m. 'a. c 4 40 4 41 605 Arr Elizabeth 10 :r.V. GREEN. Proprietor. 61s io 3 6 19 Arr Centrnille.... ..10 14 Arr Newtown 31 3 40 : : : ArrC. S. Depot, 600 93 4t Atr Georgetown is 1037 045 V7 Arr Johiiimn . 00 47 JI ...,m " ' """''"ff ,h' 6 SI 8 10 Hotel and Arr Duvall. .....to it will ewiilnue to give my gums )he politest attenArrStamp'g Ground 11 00 7 0J 830 tion as well as the best the msrktt aflurds. HjC Arr Swlticr..,...,..ii 10 7 3 Arr Klkhorn 7 to 17 905 Arr.Suinn.lt pecial ..tt JJ 7 9 li Lve Paris ,...CM... ...to 00 10 Tho Myers House, Kentucky. n 67 Stanford, 11 Arr Fiankfvrt.A J. JotnlB. Cattleman. ROYAL nsurance Company OF LIVERrOOlr. BARBEE &OASTLEMAN MANAGERS, F. Casn, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W.jCarpenter.MUledgevilU, K W. II. Cummins, I'reachersvill S. II. Shanks, President, Dr. JMi. Owsley, Cashier, W.M. Bright, Teller. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; J. II. Owsley, Stanlord; J. When you want a turnout come to my SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Franklort 900 a. in; Geoigrtown 10 00 a m. Lve Georgetown 103;: arrivn rraukfoit ti 30 Prices to suit the nurd times. Call or leave odsr n. m. Tho Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- at the Myers Ilouio OOice tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points .South, East, North and West. JAMKS YKACER. THOMAS ViOER. For further Information 'pply to their agents, C. D. HF.HCA YY, Gen. Pass. Agent. OEO. II. HARPER, Gen. Supl first-clais A connects with L. A N. II connects with O ,V C. and L. S. C connects with K. C. .iijo 7 33 95 Attention to tho Travel ing Public. I.IYJSRV STABLE. U NORFOLK YEAGJGR & YEAGER, livffii; ran am stable, Special Kates to Commercial Men. mm ' 1WE PROCTER U Oomraerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. TO". &0NT ACCEPT IMITATIONS. GAMBLE CO. CINTL 99fo i& r FIRST NATIONAL BANK PURE OK STANFORD, fcY. WESTEBU TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO STA1IFOKD, KY. If you need llvtry glvo us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leavo our stable. Sec us' for rates. Inour first-claas HARNESS SHOP of Haincas, Haoyour repairing done our man, he understands his bus'nns. We havebr a mechanic in our You will find a good assortment Capital Stock Surplus S2OO,OO0 21,300 A. TEIBBLE, Local Agfont, STANFORD, KY. San Francisco JL Portland. :rwiri m r rTTaira!r f sm tflfi) J&rm m sv. mks mS mk- - Jm JRV World's Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA HTSTJHA1TOE AGE1TT, STANFOBD, mm XULLMANSAND St. Paul. ,. FOR FIRE. LIFE, KCCIBEET And TORNADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vardeveer's store. Attention of the public is invited to the fat that this is tho only National Rank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Uauk Act depositors are secured not only by the capita) stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor ai amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of 1400,00c. Five twern statement of tho condition of tho banl are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated tim by government agents, thus securing addititoai andperfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as tht Deposit Rank of Stanford in 1858, then ued as the Nationil Rank 0! Stanford in iJosanC as the First National Dank ol again Stanford in 1881, has had practically an unintersupplisc rupted exlstenceofjs years. It Is now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long ani honorable career. Accounts of corporations, solic-ttfirms and Individuals respectfully r s, OHIO, IMPlflHA, ILLINOIS, WISCOHSIH, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, , -- BLACKSMITH SHOP. workj.'andj satisfactory price, liy our horse ahoer. 'J Agents for Wjll guaranteflflrst-class Deenng Machines, the lightest draft machine on earth. The Southern Magazine IS NOT SATISFIED 'HE WEST, HQRTH-WES- T, SOUTH-WE- SI n,'tl M.a'iQ ver published in the South." It to cover thoroughly V',lt ,rgU'a"r 8Verjr am,.; I the South." To uo this, its subscription jrlcu has been M QUISVIUt.WtwAlBAHYaCHICAiOR- t- FARLOR CABS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE ?i Is koceiving His RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRI1E TO BACON, D. P. A. F. J MS ED. G. P. A. E..H. Chicago, 111 LjulsviUe, Ky. FALL -:- - AND -:- - WINTER -:- - GOODS. ire call. Denver. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. V.Haydea, Stanford J S.H. Daughman.lLincoln; J. 8. Hocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; II. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill.SUnford. K. L. Tanuer, McKlnney; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon J S. Docker, President; Johny.'McRoberti, Cashier; A. A. McKioney, Assistant Caslier. The Directory of this Bank is composed ol FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. -THE BEsfROUTE TO THE Roducod to SI. GO A ment'the IleginnlDg with the October Number. C0D,,nue to Kro In NORTH AND EAST. 'ULIMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPINO AND DINING CAR! SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Year. RUT-t- quality and he to Words of Praiao it Recoivos. "The Scuthern Mngailne Is WRFOLKWESTE.RN CHEAPEST, BEST AND Mnps,.TIme-Tablc- a handsomely illus. trated and welled tod literary Vb e to RAILROAI compare without disfavor with magaaiae, monthly the best uxttnUt'" ol Ravit. QUICKEST LINE. luy,?&. s, Dcscrlptli Writo for lutes, 'ainphleu, to any Station Agent, or to '.a'lr.Mw.srrigt. UUlOKE,VJt. W. B. BCVILL. AILCN HULL, Ulf. I'ww.srr lt)LlBP.l,0. 4t. M. T. Trattllaf BaO, Tsm. KOlSUKCTi. if Our circulation has Increased tenfold In year, out we are after the ico.coo mark. the past Send 10 cents lor samn! copy to ,THE SOUTHERN MAGAZINE, Louisville, Ky v