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NO. 70 K v N fc Horseback riding seerae to bo tl o Married, at this place, on the 30tb, Tho bankot supper at tho Albright by A. J. Giboney, Mr. 0. P. Rogers, Hired prevailing fashion for old bachelors and was n succeos. llnll last weok ami tile lnmocrnry in thoroughly aroua- 75 years, to Mrs. Thena Keeler, who acwell, not qulto old maids, Mra. A. J. Tiko has n now bov atlipr oil tn tho Import men of the eltuilion. Tho hop Friday night was n "slim" house nnd I think tboy call him, Jamo Colson has lout Mri'iiUi from various knowledges tons much as 42 summer?. 5 ' " Georgo E Stone is now eomev here HtTair in point of numbers, only 8 or 10 McCrenry. catiSeH ns will ho neen by lnttvrs from Wo will hnvo u series of meetings points in tliu dUtrict, nnd Col. Adams, in tho mountains trying to mako tl.o couples being there. Thoso who went beKinning nt the Baptist Church next t tlie gallant old noMirir, in Htilulnn daily sovereigns believe that ho is a much bet- - report a good tim, however. Tho rain Monday and Tuesday was Monday night, llro. A. V. Sizomoro, Hu is tilt) man our nomioou liai to bent, tor man to represent thorn in tlio 51th Congress jmn either Silas Adams or Da- - a God Bend to this neighborhood, as it Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East of Stanford, will BBBist in tho meeting. and tho indications nro tlintlio will ilo60 Full line of Stavid Grant Colson. But ho can nover replenished tho empty cUtorus and made End of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Hon. W. B. Smith, of Mchmnnd, Tho domocr-voof tho lltli will nover will speak have hucIi n mako David Grant believe that tbero i enough stock water to last for soma ple Dry Goods and Dress Gocds, Clothing, Men's, Youth's and Chil nnd It It. Ewoll, of London, chance nu'nln. Let tiium bo dren's, any other in an in this benighted district timo. to the citizens of tills community nt wise nnd improve Him nldiiing hour. tit ro represent it but himself. Dr. J. P. Riffo is confined to his bed, Brodbead next Saturday nt 1 o'clock v. Manchlstkii, Oct. lis. Hon. Georgo K. On Monday n gooil sizs crowd whs threatened witli 6cnrlet fever, and sayB M. about Stono, democratic cand!datcfnr Conres, iu town expecting to hoar the Hon. John Isaiah knew what bo was talking about Mr. A. E. Albright has just flnUhed up his beautiful building nnd it tuadu n very favorable, improHalon on our L. Pnelps, of mako n speech in when he said ironically, "Physician, Mothers, if you want the best all wool suit of clothes at 2 ever offera question now in tho minds of bis peoplo and it iaeafu to say bo will carry behalf ol Casey's favorite son's clniin for heal thyself." li nt least 100 mora than tho democratic Boots to Congress. But that friends to know who will bo his houso Col. Silas Adams was with us a few ed for boys from 5 to 14 years old, do not fail to see them. BtreiiKth. John D. White is making Our gentleman not nuking hisap diys last week, but from bis con versa and Shoes a specialty. A well selected stock always on hand. keeper. Nothing better Dr. S. 0. Perkins, of Beo Lick, was speeches for Adams and it is tho opinion pearance, the Hon. Silas Adams himself tion we doubt that tho n&xt Congress- $i.Soand $2 Dongola Shoes can not be excelled. called to our town this week. Mrs. P. of the best politicians that bo rati throw was called upon, who in a brief space of man from the 11th will be Adams. We than our ladies and children's oil grained Dongola Shoes. The very Heron, who has been qulto ill for somo tho republican vote of thin, Perry nnd time, made a very telling speech explain- fear it will be Colson and have large Shoe for winter. A nice line of the Forwood Shoe Mfg. Co.'s Boots weeks, is atiil confined to her bed. Littlo 0 sloy counties to Adntns. This will mako ing tho situation of affairs. in tho dis- hopes that it will bo Stono. Shoes on hand. Nothing better made and at reasonable prices. and Emery Albright is on tho sick list this the rnco between Adams nnd Stone, trict, and his own superior and just F. B. Twidwell has returned from Call antl see our stock before making your fall and winter purchases, Goison's fool liardineps nnd dictorial claims to the track. It is plain to every- the city, where he has been buying his It will cost you nothing week. to look and we take pkasure'in showing our Mr. Thomas Cherry and wife have manner will coat him many votes in this body here, except his own henchmen, holiday goods. People who have always goods. We have purchased of the assignee the V. mo affect short sightedness, that tho been going an ay from homo to buy nice bsen spending n fow days during tho last section. : : week in Garrard and Lincoln comities stock of tho plumed knight from "Ynller presents need not go further than his : Daimioithviixk, Oct. 30. Politics is visiting their friends nnd relatives. Mr. tho nil absorbing theme hero now. Ad Creek" is falling faat. Every astuto man drug store, for he has bought a largo line It. S. Martin Is putting this week in nt nine, Colson, Stono are beard on every can boo that the race is between Stono of beautiful presents and can furnish Of Mrs. D. G. Slaughter, which is a fresh and clean stock of general merchandise. Several cases of Boots and Shoes have never been openJunction City. eld". Alter n thorough canvnas of Knox and Adams. But next Tuesday will tell them very cheaply. tho tale". formerly occupied This stock will be sold from the store-rooBro. S. Collyer filled his pulpit at of Frankfort, 'a ed. Miss Lottie Smith, Tho greatest excitement took place viBiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Smith, by Mrs. Slaughter. Mr. J. F. Holdam, salesman. Store will tho Christian church lost Saturday night in Liberty for a short timo late Tuesday tho good matron of 0. 0. Mr. W. Lud nnd Sunday. Bro. Piko preached nt on NOV. 2nd, and continue 20 days. This stock must be sold" evening. Some time in the afternoon, Evans nnd wife epent Saturday with in time specified regardless of cost. Freedom Inst Sunday and ho Vrau elected This is the stock to buy your Dollie Cowden, Lizzio Philips and James their mothor, Mrs. Priscilia Drye. Mies winter boots, shoes, jeans and staple dry goods from. thpn for another year, but has not oc Call and see Oowden on Geo, B. Cowden' buckboard, Amie Belden, of Liberty, is visitiig Mr. Holdam and he will make the cepted the call as yet. prices to suit you. Goods will be and Amanda Stone, CoraSharpand Win- friends and relatives hero. Sam Meuefee Mr. Green Perkins, of Buck Creek, sold for spot cash or produce. ston Philips in Boylo Stone's buggy, all made some good hauls here Saturday. is visiting bis rolntives of this place, Mrs. W. E PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Respectfully, went persimmon hunting up the CarpenMartha Albright nnd Mrs. Pratberer. Ab the election draws near tho feelter creek pike. Sooii Co mien's boreo ing ou the part of some of the democrats Mrs. Nannie Albright, of Mt. Vernor, came dashing down the pike at a fear- to vote tho republican ticket is rapidly paid our town allying visit this week. Plkenndnmily, who uent ful rate with tho wrecked buckboard be- disappearing and on the Gtb, wo think Mr. Richard hind him. This raised tho greatest they will nil put the cross under the to Pine Hill, have returned homo. Mr. alarm, nnd men, women, nnd children, proud and game old rooster. He has W. H. Collyer bought a fluo young maie J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. somo of the men on horses, all took up been there for a long time, still a growiti' of S. Ii. Martin. 4, 1894. tho piko expecting to find something aud Btill crowin' and on tho morning of Mr. Thomas Austin, accompanied by fearful had happened. But they wero lne 7tj ue wjh crow louder than ever W. A. Beazley, camo into our town Superior courses in Literature, Musician Full corps of Comervatory and Normal Schoolteachers. Boon met by tiie advance horsemen with to tnko John Jarrott's bond and Ilev. George Gowan began a revival An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. the glud tidings that nothing serious had nt tbo Christian church Monday. Bro. etart him on his road ns n distiller. Mr. tiken place. It appears that they had Gowen is a young man of fine address, a L Thnrp, oporntor at Richmond, acII His wife and family have received special train inc in and tor Collego gone as fur ns they wanted to go, and companied by his friend, James II. and eloquent speaker and withal ilueut Thecurriculuia will be an extended one ond the thoso in the buggy had turned around of the Richmond police, npont lst drill will be thorough no whitewashing1, no a cogent reasoner. He has printed cards no shoddy work will be allowed. (Residence)! the late James McAlUttr.) pcen and started back. James Cowden being week horo enjoying tho mountain, Classes will be Instructed in Higher Mathemawith subjects for GO Bermous, which ho accompanied thorn and Belle Lettres, Natural, bcience. Mental and a place that he could not turn his vein dry. Mrs. Thnrp KY. tics Science, Latin, German, Type distributes that thoso who aro interested CRAB ORCHARD, Moral Writing, ii the guest of relatives here. Mrs. Dr. 'county your correapondent Is forced to hicle, dismounted his load, dropped bis in any special subject may know when Civics, Music, Vocal and Instrumental, Painting, Drawing. &c. J. M. Clark baa gone to Grab Orchard. i,..vo that tlio race between tho three lines, and started to lift the buckboard ho is going to preach on it. The people five The first term S. PRES., 1894, and second ofterm months will open Sept. to, will cloie the first week in Hon. James B. McCreary was oxcw,dingly close. Colson has around, when the horse took a start, and peem to bo taking considerable intereet week holiday at'Christmas, June. One Assisted by a Competent Faculty. last week anumado us n vory fine speed', i0, Erounii lately, hit accusing Adams with accelerated speed, ran into tbo bug- and a pleasant and profitable revival is TERMS. Tuition pei term in first giade, in-10 00 . cluding Latin and German A select school, of high grade, for tho thorough lio wan met at the depot by an enthus- - ot dobauchiiig himself cost him many gy, knocking it over aud spilling its con- anticipated. uo in second grade - training of younij ladies. A lew young gentlemen Tultiou Piano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments 5 crowd aud the Urodhead brats votes and his foolish remark to tho grand tents. Though Cora Sharp was caught Music, laatic of approve! morals will alio be admitted. 10 00 James P. Harper was held up a few furnished for practice Idlers wanted. Number limited-band. The boys played him a few of army men nt Somerset cost him ninny iu tho buggy top and was dragged some Short hand. Typewriting, Painting, Drawing, Dr. Stapp, the President, has since his graduada s ago and received a great many Omun.enUl Work, all at reasonable rates. their liveliest airs in excellent style and more. Fast is tho breach widening every distance, jet sho wad only slightly blessings that ho did not very much rel- tion In medicine, given his entire time and enerBoard in College, per week, (3.50. Good board ol Colleges the bulMlncand private at 1 o'clock, ho met a largo crowd of both day and Colson's friends aro so bitter scratched. No others wore hurt in the ish, but as four men were too many for gies to South. During themanagement he filled the in Monthly families at reduced rates. pat year in the payments required. chair ot Literature and Natural Sciences In Udles and gentlemen nt tho Christian they would vote and work for Stoaa rstla-o- r Icait. Tho parties varied from 12 to 15 No discount except fo. protracted illness. .him, he had to take it all. Alter much Daughters Collejr, Harrodsburg, and Mrs. Htapp Fur further information address the President. The years of ago. It was n most wonderful talking and expostulation, he proved to taugnt Music, Painting, Drawing, &c. giving church, whoro tho good people had thbii see Adams DR. JOHN S. STAPP. general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. Crab Orchard, Ky. open both their doors aud hearts mountain counties are considered Co- escape, for which all Liberty were thank 54 thrown they were them he was not the man for tho reception of a good man and the lson's strongholds, but with the change ful. looking for and they let him go. Jim truth. Tho governor mado a telling now uoinc on it is Bafo to say that ho WILLIAMSBURCWmTLEY COUNTY. r " BayB he was never Beared so in all his epoech and nuawered tho oil ropeUU. ont ioa,i A,iam9 to exCeWl 1,500 votes We had a nice rain here Monday life and that alter bo got home his question, "What has tho democratic Jn tho conue8 of Owsley, Clay, Harlan, "knees smote one against the other" Congress done." The Congressman said Leslie, Letcher, Perry, Knox and Whit- night. Miss Noll Freeman, who bos been with horrible reality. that wo hnvo done Boven good things, ley. In lltll, ids homo county, there is nick for several davs, has about recovviz: 1st, wo have restored confidence by groat dissatisfaction and many disgusted DEATH'S DOINCS. ered. repealing tho Sherman silver law, 2d wo rrptiblic-uiwill voto for Stone. Latest Miss Lena Mullins, of Lonisville, 1 Delivery Wagon, Maj. Clint McCarty, a prominent i Iron Safe (Hall's Make), 2 show cases, 1 patr hnvo equalizod taxation by authorizing information (rom Laurel is that Adams has accepted a position in Mr. It. D. citizen of Louisville, is dead. greenbacks nnd National bank notes to will carry the county with Stone a close Platform Scales. 1 Cheese Safe, 1 Tobacco Knife, 1 Bung Borer, &C. Hill's office. At 5 o'clock Wednesday Mrs. John O. taxed, 3d we have repealed tho ho will be second. Mr. aud Mrs. Alex Litton, Mess. Sol Reynolds presented her husband with a These fixtures have been used some and act, 1th imposed an income tax Litton, Joe Lovitt and Tolbert Rockhold, girl, and at 1 o'clock tho same night HUBBLE. on wealth, 5th that wo hnd reclaimed of Linville, Iowa, formerly of this coun- death took from tho household another to tho 51,000,000 acres of public lands Kph F.ngleman has a lino girl at his ty, returned homo Friday after a visit of girl, Mattie, who died of brain fever, people, 0th reduced expenditures house. several weeks. aired two years and two months. Kxact 7th repealed tho odious Federal Com is changiug hands here nt $2 Itev. J. N. Prestridge returned from ly 10 months before the couple lost election laws, nnd so many other good at the heap. Remember we have the best selection of a two weoks' trip to Springfield last Satchild. and wise acts, that wo can not follow among ua urday. Ho held meeting lohn Knulettnn hts been while Miss Alice Carson, daughter of Mr. him any further. I think that tho gov- for a fow days. gono with abiut'JO additions to tho Bap- nnd Mra. John W. Carson, of tho Mc will get his usual vote in this conn ernor Don't forget that Hubble is head- tist church of Unit place. Kinney section, died Tuesday at ty, and we do hope that every democrat quarters for turkeys this year. Circuit Clerk X. U. Meadows died whero she was attending college, , will be true to his colors. Somo uro atrippiug tobacco since the at his homo Tuesday morniug of typhoid and her remains were brought hero and Coal vases, coal hods, &c, in town. Call and see us before you make recent rain and are expecting to ship to (tiver, uftorau illness of about ton days. A qualified votor must live iu the interred in Bufialo Cemetery Wednesnn early market. Ho was a young man, only about 20 day evening. Her trouble was typhoid your purchases in any thing in our line. Stato one year, six months In the county Dr. Jones, of Lexington, has been years of ag, and had a most excellent and CO days In tho .precinct. Tlio Miss Carsonwas u lovely girl and with us a few daya talking life insurance. character, well worthy of tho honor his fever. of tho election should look to these bar untimely death is a great blow to her Englemau, of Mudison, is with county bad sho au bim. Ho bad been matters, as well oh all others that they James parents. mmmmmm his friends here this week. n member of the Baptist church aud a aro expected to look nfter November 0. E. Robinson, now of Mack-vill- consistent Christian. HU funeral ser Prof. Joe Last week the body of Mary A. Gov. McKlnloy says it's tho board us that be has obtained li- vices wore conducted nt tho Baptist Jones, a maiden of 40, wns found suspen writes bill, not tho forco bill, that worries men practice law. Wo wish him church Wednesday afternoon by Rev. ded by tbo neck in her lonely farmThis is a strong argument in cense to success, us ho is a deserving young man. John N. Prestridge, after which his house, near Voroqua, Wis. It wns sup favor of leaving tho tariff along ouough Tho members of tho McKundroo body was laid to rest iu the comotory. posed that ehe had committed suicide, Call for- to enablo every boarder to pay his bill. will go to church here aro painting their hous. Ho carried $7,000 life insurance and on but Samuel S. Buxton, who was arrestMorfbn'a mnnngors say ho protracted meeting will begiil Nov. 9, $0,000 lie had only made oue payment. ed at the instance of the dead woman's Harlem river with 70,000 majority. Tho A conducted by Hays. Arnold and Pickett. Politico are warming up ns tho elec- brother, has confessed to having murderdemocrats concedo him 40,000, nnd say All democrats aro ready and willing tion draws nearer. Monday Hon. It. L. ed Mies Jones. Ho ruin,ed her under tboy will go to Hnrlom from below with And Paints, to give the party a lift on tho 0th of No- Ewell epoke in the morning at tho court tbo promise of marriage, and wbeu she 70,000 for Hill. engagement, ho Tlio prospects are now that n house to a largo audience in behalf of pressed him to keep his Ten carloads of refined lend, aggre- vember. o hayo arrived oyer full voto will be polled from both par- Col. Silas Adams and in tbo afternoon etrangled her. o gating 147,090 pounds, Ed Martin, a horso thief was treated ties, as all aro much interested. Hon. David G. Colson spoke. Mr. tho Canada Pacific for shipmont to Jaa citST Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. has tho lead in this county, but Col. to a hempen necktie by tbo enraged pan today. It is in pigs of 20 pounds Of all ruins tho ruin of man is the Adams' friends aro working hard and izens of Crittenden county. When told Ml) saddest to contomplate. T. Gautier. life Sugar 15 times Bweetor than tho aro actively looking out if ho would give his pals away his Lovo is 'a fever, of which tho deli. tho democrats spared he aaid: "If these are baa boon extrsctod product r-beet overy thing iri sight. Hon. George would be Opp. Court-HousHum is to beleive itself eternal. Mine. for hangfrom cottonseed meal by a Gorman E. Stone spoke here Wednesday after- the only terms, gentlemen, let tbo Cottin. been my chemist. noon to a large audienco and one of the ing proceed. Bill Goode has A woman can bo held dy nostrobgar friend and I will shield him." Tho mob A Genova firm is manufactuing knowlodgo that she is most attentive audiences we ever saw. quickly did its worK and left the body phonographic clockB which talk the hour tie than by the He is a forcible speaker and made every loved. Mme. do Mottevillo. instead of striking it. thing very plain. Mr. Stone will un- swaying from a limb upon a lone counTo n woman of delicate feeling, the Tho average; ago at'Uwhich women poll a large vote, as he en try road. f moat persuasive declaration of lovo is doubtedly Great preparations are being mada civilized countries is eaid to bo marry in his followers wheroyer he goes. the embarrassment of nn intellectual thuses My stock of for tho State centennial, to be held at 23J years. Latenar clUicn of Mc- Nashville in 1890, tbo 100th anniversary W. A. McGuire, a Dado county, Mo., has produced an man. Kay, O., is of the opinion that them It nothing as or croup as ear of corn with 10 cobs and a calf with In Now York City, Beven people good for children troubled with coldshas used it in of the State's admission into the Union. Cnambcrlatu't tough Komedy. He will be display five legs. were smothered to death by smoke in a his family for several years with the best results All the State's resources t and aiwajs keeps a bottle of it in the house. At. ed, and aa an advertising feature will at WeUhton, Fla., Henry Wilson, the poilmaiter tof long tUndlng tenement bouse fire Monday night. ter having la irrippe h was himself troubled with of ilurrUoea - ... m I a severe cough, fie use t other remedies without ,arVhe cnreil tract many emigrants to tbo Stato. The mull bptllo ot Chamber. For a pain in the aide or chest there is nothing benefit and then concluded to try the childreu's Exposition will be hold on a largo scale. In iixhoui., with one nnd Diarrhoea Rom.dr. Cholera delight It soon eflectcd a permedicine and to his so good aa a piece of flannel dampened with Cham W. Colic, iun"" h n""1 pleaUnt bound on ever v Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. with thl. berlain'a Pain Halm and and permanent the teat of manent cure. cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G. James Root, the Minnesota engineer tain. It aftords prompt relief and th "utocr. buch curei are not unu.ual 35 and 50 IwUncea only one ortwo dot- - If used in time will often prevent a cold from ro Hocker, druggist, Stanford. temedy; In manr whoso bravery saved a train full of pastogive permanent relief. It can lulling in pneumonia. Tnissase treatment is a are the recent forest fires, has alVay be depenued upon. When reduced wih sure cure for lame back. Cornelius Vanderbilt has just paid sengers in water It U plcaiant to take. bf For aale - Dr. S. O. Uocker, drjjrtjtit, Stan- made his debut as an actor in New York. G. Hocker, druiJt, Stan- fold. for a piano. KorialebyDr.S. 115,000 Urn-sel- l, Tuk none from tho 1 1 tit district is en- courngtiif?, Hon. George K. Ktonp, is ro calving ovntioim nt every point ho speaks W. E. Perkins At the New Tariff Prices. "i i BANKRUPT STOCK OF GOODS, be-ope-ned Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. Wpi'-nesd- ay Al-ma- n, COLLEGE HOME, DR. J. STAPP, class-wor- k. skim-unn- g, Short-Han- d. heroin no I FOR SALE I Mc-KInl- - 0, SOLD AT A BIG BARGAIN. au-oth- er 11 th-r- e Wil-mor- HEATING : STOVES! ofil-ce- rs HIGGINS & McKINNEY. -- e, to-da- y. DRUG STORE I Window Glass, Putty, W. B. McROBERTS, e. Col-so- u suga- I 1 i 1 ? FALL CrOCDB i3 well-know- n Clothing, Furnishing Ms, Boots u- H. J. MdROBERTS. ford. L.l ?MftTirgJ:j!a k4j.-M;,- i 4C, Aj - ...-,!- ,. ywjwwiMwyiii yfpgfffffy wvm&miijf t num JPUW?11, ' '" '.WAWW-V-i- '"i UllJy .Jgiil'"m!f Tige Biting the Army. U WIH4flpWU(llf 'WWl il"W.pi.piPP. "' Ut'J.- - iit 'i (To tha Editor of The Interior Journal. had a valuable However familiar the old story of mare to die of lung trouble Wednesday. tho dog assaulting an army may bp, it The Advocato Bays there will bo a is Stanford Kt., November appropriately appliablo to some men trotting meeting at Cecillian Park Nov. in tho political world When 0 to 10, inclusive. seeks how and Is a thing of the past. Every one Brack's armv wab retreating, a bench- W. P. WALTON. Hog cholera is raging in tho vicinity legged flee proceeded. (.to devour it. A where he can make his dollar go farthest. That is just what we want of Cincinnati and over 5,000 animals boy who knew how ferocious it was callbecause the more the people investigate the more they arc convinced died in a few dayB. We are glad to report from informaed to his pap, saying, "Stop Tige; ho is dismlesed tho warrants have Juixie Jewell lowest tion received from all over the county about to bito the army." We olton seo that for quality and quantity the Louisville Store names the Foralo. choap. a fino against tho barbers, who ontlook is much im- sworn out that the political and a good worker, for $70. men possessed of the eatno qualities of prices. kept open shops at Lexington Sunday, horse, sound proved. Tho warning made in n rethis littlo dog and just about us power-OJclosing Wm.Ohesterfiold, Klngsvillo. on the grounds that tho law cent issue of this paper has had It is noticeably manifested in the Strayed from my farm on tho 20th A was unconstitutionthem on thos days the effect of putting democrats on al. The court of appeals will pans on black Berkshire bow, with abort tail, disposition that mon have to growl and their mettle and- the trua and faith- tho matter ijnd every man who shaves wefoht about 100 Ibj. Information of her (ret and fume at the democratic hosts, ful have gone to work with that ol Borne personal difference A company having branch stores all over the country, using millions and can't shave himself will hope that thankfully received. J. W. Bibb, Mcearnestness, which insures success. Some with a candidate, or of some iucident of dollars worth of goods, buying exclusively for cash, have naturally Kinnov. that court can see it in the fame light. of them may feel a little sore, hut "when Henry of Navarro has won nearly which might have happened hi a man- the advantage of others and should surely sell goods cheaper than any they considered the possibility of turnheads one of the best tickets $50,000 in races during the two years ho ner to prove detrimental to their ind Givkns other in Stanford. I Every department is brimful with choicest noveling the county over to tho negroes and ever presented to a people for their sufrehaa been been on tho turf. Byron Mc- vidunl interests. If such men would their white allies, they determined that frages. Good men, honest men, true Clelland bought him when a yearling alize tho fact that they are to the afore- ties and we offer thcmat lower prices than ever. Our buyer has re- S it Bhnll not be dono with their consent. men. Every democrpt owes it to him- for $1,700 and haa refused $25,000 for said party just what Tige whs to the turned from Eastern markets with the It iB passing strange that any man claim- self and party to support them. Bo sure him. army, they would certainly cense growl ing to belong to the party of principle you put your X under the rooster. ing. Their etlorta will have no mure of Farria fc Whitley have bought thip and good government could for a mo of feet than tho pigmy could have Bgamst week of varioua partita 500 barrels NEWSY NOTES. meat realize tho probability of republigidut.'the cat against the liner, the corn at $2 in the heap. D. O. Terhune tne And most supenorjlinc of goods, hercforc you can depend upon get." can Buccess and not determine to thwart S. Johnson went a mile on a bicj bought four mule colts of J. L. Bond for puppy against the lion or the gentle J. HOSIERY. Ladies' extra quality against the hurricane. Nothing in ting all the latest of the season. it by every means in hiB power. The cle at Buffalo, unpaced, in 1 57 4 5. $07 50, and two yearling steers ol bimon breeze democracy has put up a clean ticket, of i ltended by these comparisons, except all wooj hose 25c, worth 35. Ladies' fleece lined hose 25c. Misses Jim Hall, the pugilist, thinks that WhitAnPok lit 2J cents. J. N. Teater honest and capable men, who represent Fitzsimmons has a good show to whip bought a bunch of butcher bogs of Robt. to prove ho'w hopeless their efforts are LADIES' UNDERWEAR. ribbed all wool hose uc. worth interests in common with all the people, Corbett. Terhune'at four cents per pound. Ad- and to try to persuade them to return to Ribbed vests 15c, extra heavy ribbed vests 25c, worth 40c. Grey, t and tho affairs of tbo county will be Bafe the old camp fires, where peace and Dr. Eugene Crowell, widely known vocate. , ribbed vests 30c, worth 45CJ GENT'S UNDERWEAR. Grey Mein their hands and it behooves democrats as an exponent of spiritualism, is dead bought of b otherly love reign supreme. fc Spilman Anderson to work for the ticket until the last loe in New York. Tne republicans are much moro rino shirts and drawers 75c a suit. Red flannel shirts and drawers Soc eorge Harman 500 barrels of corn at $2 expires on election day and vote it "from than the democrats and nothitig per suit. son of Mrs. Ollio 15 delivered. This is the only lot that The eend to eend," by putting the X mark Shackelford was seized with hydrophobi Ithe afforda them more pleasure than to aee a t firm haa bonght, and Mr, Anderson under the rooster as it appears elsewhere at Frankfort, Sunday. Dick row in our party. Thoy voto from priu saya they paid too much for that. in this paper. There is no possible hope Fifteen inmates of an insane asylum Gentry haa Bold to Robert Baker, of Lex- ciple and do not consider anything of a is for the republicans if every democrat at Joenkenpin, Sweden, lost their lives ington, his half interest in the two year personal character. No difference who faithful to his trust and we hope and be- by the burning of tho building. is their nominee, they swallow tho pill Probably the1 most inviting bargains ever offered in this department old colt Simon W. for 51,500. Simon W. lieve that there will be little scratching-Le- t Lew Mannel, a prosperous farmer is a full brother to Lehman. Advocate. without augar coating. Who ovor heard will be shown this week. Si. 50, $2.50, $4 and up to $15. $2.50 for us give the boss and his negro min- near Tamo, Ark., was shot to death by a prominent republican say that ho pair of homemade Hoots, 10 io 13. We arc selling now ions such a black eye this time that they a man he caught stealing his hogs. would not vote for a nominee because Si. 25. 50 "A Young Prohibitionist" Says Hands Off. he had done something hn did not liko ? at $1.25. Our entire line of boots will be sold accordingly. never dare show up again. will Twenty-threoilicers and seamen (To the Editor c! the Interior Journal.) s Yet how often do we hear whisky grand old of the steamer Tormes were drowned in The golden wedding of the I think it was kind in you to publish (?) say they will not support the of tbo vessel off Milford HavMr. W. N. the wreck man of the Courier-Journa- l, the communication in Tuesday's issue nominee because ho voted against li no less excellent en. Haldeman, and the signed "An Old Prohibitionist" and now cense, and the Ideal option democrats (7) $$ vvill buy a suit or an overcoat of good, honest material, neat pat G. Waite, Secrotary of State, died at young woman who has for 50 years filled hia San Francisco after a say they will not support nnother be tern, well made, fit perfect, worth $3. So will buy a suit or an overshort illness if you will be as kind to a through your and home with sunshine, was cele- brought on by worry over political matlife I would like cause he voted for license? This provcB coat made from very desirable fabrics, all the newest and most brated Tuesday at their Bpacious home to reply to a few things suggested thut there are more cranks in our ranks ters. styles. Fully worth $12.50. The price of every man and He sayB, than in theirs. in Louisville, in an impressive though Fire.destroyed the tGarden Theatre by "An Old Prohibitionist." friends called is based on quick sales and small profits. Come and sec if our party informal way. Over 500 If tho man is honest and capable, boys' suit perished in which is certainly true, that good evening to speak words of at St. Louis, and Bert Shaw stands for during the nothing should bo said about his outside these grand bargains. the flames. The property was worth stands for anything, it congratulation and good wishes, and the morals, good homes, Ac, and then to my views. We are not voting for the man. about $7,000. vote for the but are only endorsing our principles event was a pleasant one to all who par- Five year old Lillie Miller, of Bucy- - utter eurpriso advises us to t'clpated. Mr. Hnldeman is one of the of one of the old whis- through him, and it shows the noblest rua, O. waa fatally shot while playing county nominees grandest characters in the State and all with character to voto consistently, even if her father's pistol which he bad lei1 ky parties. who know him unite in hoping that hiB He offers as an excuse that we have we do not speak to the man. We had in her reach. diamond wedding can be duly celobra- and I want to say as well vote against a man because he A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprictoi Colaon has bad the democratic clerka no county candidate ted" menus docs not attend our church or agreo with of Casey and Wayne arrested for disre- right here to my prohibition T. D. RANEY, Manager. Thk clerk of Madison county publish- garding Jones' order to put his name un- that the falluref our party to have a us about plowing corn. Must we fortirtrnt wan ft fatal mistake. What sake the provisions of tho moral law or saya that, although der the eagle. ntr es a card in which be Branch Stores: would have renounce our, faith in Christianity beMr. Demaree did not comply with the T. A. Lassiter, a night policeman at a glorious opportunity it Cynthiana, law, he has with Gov. McOreary'a con- Kuesellville, died irom the enecta oi a been to have ascertained just how many cause preachers and other people do Paris, Carlisle, JMt.JStcrling.Bardstown.Lawrcnccburg, sent and the advice of counsel, put hia sand bagging received at the bands of an genuine party prohibitionists there are wroug? If some man brings the cause VirsailJcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. in thlscounty. name on the ballots apy way. Dr. Rob- unknown negro. of Christ to shame, must we enlist unI made an earnest Bppeal a day or so der the banner of satan ? Any one can erts refused point blank to agree to it beThe steamer Wairaipa was wrecked ing pointed, bo the prohibitionists will Sunday night off the northeatern coast since to a couplo of heretofore prohibi- aeo the folly of this course. Those who see who is their real friend. This act of of New Zealand pnd 134 passtngers and tion brethren to try to convince them talk of going astray should stop and that there was too much whisky mixed magnanimity on G6v. McOreary'a part seamen were drowned. They aro Bbrewd men and know for the up in this great battle that la now being better, if they would pause and consider Bhould make tbem vote this time Secrotary Carlisle has decided that - OK model Congressman, bo bb to make the he cannot leave Washington to make waged between tbo two old parties in the situation calmly and dispassionateand his Btill hunt any campaign speeches, and therefore this county, for any prohibitionist to ly. Their reason is beclouded aud their rebuke of Dr. Roberta either side. tamper is rallied, because of some im- H3party the more pronounced. has declined the invitations to speak in have anything to do with They very politely informed me that the aginary personal thrust. Louisville, New York and elsewhere. county judge Tuk decision of Judge Helm that the The writer ia free to acknowledge thnt The postoffice department haa offered republican nominee for of republicans have no right to the use prohibitionist as they if he consulted his feelinus he would not As we must vacate the rooms in a very short whilc.our stock must of J100 to $1,000 for the arrest was as good a rewards the eagle as a ballot device, becauso it is and conviction of persons guilty of rob- wanted and if elected he would be an voto in ono race next Tuesday, lint in be eeeraato be borne and referred a National emblem, bing tho mails on railway trains or in ideal prohibition judge, tie liuht of renson he is unwilling to out by the law. The eagle is nearly aa with seeming pride'to his past record as stcriflco tho principles which ho has al postoflices. of a National emblem aa the flag much man, opposed to saloons ways advocated to gratify a feeling of A colored woman has sued the an and that can not be used on ballots. I admitted dislike for any man. Men w but us Louisville and Nashville at Cincinnat under all circumstances. the eagle is too nice a bird to haa all along been poa atoms when compared with the great Our thousands of fricuds for 510,000 for enforcing the seperate that Mr. Davison n man Imeasures and principle which underlie such a party,, A huzzaad, n loon, coach law against her between Cincinna- ing as a very strong a coon or a skunk would better portray hut that ha is now on the mourner e good government. Dbmochat. ti and Lexington. principles and objects that it forgiveness for it, the Rowland, Ocl?3l, 1891. An attempt waa made to wreck a C. bench, trying to get night at the To come and get some Grand Bargains of Remembrance. and O. train one mile above Frankfort and is arguing day and men, who are page edi- Cross ties were piled on On the third page of this six throne ol a few saloon I'oint on Decoration. the track, but Do not put anything of a very bright tion will be found some mighty interest- the engineer fortunately saw the danger democrats, to try to convince them that he was all the time joking about it and auo in n room whero tho colorings nro ing democratic reading, besides pictures in time to stop the train. out of dull or old. In a small houso uso sido of tho honest and capable men, for whom The 22d annual conference of the as- that he is the man to lead them of tho the democratic paty asks you to vote sociation for the advancement of women the wilderness, and that if they will only brackets intasto placo youchandeliers. If an ornament is tells democ- your good voted'. (or this one time renounce their and a fac simile of the ballot to be la in seesion in Knoxville, Fortj-fiv- e it away rather than look at the men women of advanced thought from all racy, becomo political renegades for all inartistic, throw Read the page carefully, keep it because it "fills up." cloeely and compare them with the rag, parts of the country are in attendance- time to come and assist the "nigcera" in Polk's best Tomatoes Si. 10 per doz. cans. Granulated sugar 20 Havo nothing iu your houso but nevtag and bobtail crowd on the other aide, what is useful or nrtistic A f ov good pounds for Si. Green coffee 20c. Pickles An injunction granted the Republi- electing him, that he will never, no 5c d.ozen. ' Rolled Oats 5c piftoes of furniture havo a better effect and you will be sure to put your X where can state central committee of Nebraska er oppose their interests again. Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. crea- a pound. in we have, under the rooster. I then referred to Mr. Givens, the than all tho useless will havelhe curious eflect of forcing a on your democratic nominee, and told them that tion. Never hang a picturo paper, the Omaha democratic walls unless it la a vorltablo work of art The Middleoboro correspondent of the to publish republican campaign from a prohibition standpoint we could Do not put n Moorish lantern, n he can prove Courier-Journwrites that expect nothing at his hands, as be would French screen and a Dutch stovo in closo of hia statements that a literature. Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair. Hunter's and eyery word The United States Government haa be elected by the democrats, Davison juxtaposition unless you wnnt tho room whole masked battery and .several barPrunes 10c a pound. Evaporated pears 10c a persuade that he waa a bet- to look liko a ruusouin or a curiosity Tin Rim Sifters 10c. presumed to deny the request of Gov. couldn't rels of whisky were found near his city whisky man than Givens and that shop. Obsorvo "tho fitness of things." Ben Tillman, of South Carolina, for per- ter pound. Evaporated Peaches ioca lb. 1,000 Matches for 5c. and asks us to withdraw the charge that Maud J. Chilton. course Mr. Givens would baye to These are not leaders, but a few prices given in a nut shell how of liars. mission to Beize whisky in bonded ware- of he is a near relative to the prince stand by his whiflky friends. especially since he houses when the owner of the whisky Z$uit and 2ne7 we sell every thing. We do bo cheerfully, So upon the whole, aa our party had haa violated the dispensary law. Tho Indinua glass factories nro startwinds up his note by a "hurrah for mistake of not nominating a republican made the Harmon Stitt, s afford to go ing up with a cheerfulness that is iu Stone." A good democrat can not be an and one of the most prominent in Bour- ticket, that we could not whisky partlea tho strongest contrast with tho dull, untruthful man. bon county, was recently nominated by bick to either of Jthe old gray pallor of Major McKinloy's calamtherefore we had better be per- ity howl. Now York World. Tnooan one Oswald Thomas issuppos the party for county attorney. He baa and that In order to- in this race and save ed to be the candidate for Congress on declined to run and says that henceforth fectly passive The Price of Lumber Adranclni;. for a future contest. tho populist ticket and aa a matter of he will act with the democratic party. A coming ndvanco in tho prioo of of the old parties will vote solid Both James Johnson, of llopkinsville, fact his name does appear on the ballota respective candidates, notwith-Btandln- pino lumber is announced. Tho disasthe plow and hammer, he haa carelessly struck a cartridge he held in for their Mr. Davidson and hia friendB trous effect of pauper lumber from under Canada is not yet apparent St Louis never been ,heard from in this county hiB hand with a knife. The explosion Of they have seduced a few demoand no where else that we know of. that followed, tore his hand to pieces and think you will Bee that both of the crats, but There never were many "flopulisto" in the bullet lodged in the head of a bywill follow their lead-er- a Wool and tlio U. O. 1. at least towards that alleged stander named Long, inflicting a fatal old whisky parties then why should I this flection, Wool is too mean for anything, It in apite of faith; party, and the few have returned to their wound. anything to do with keeps going np in prico without Prices of all grades of refined sugar prohibitionists hava old folds. It will be sold till Nov. 1st at Astonishingly Low Prices. This inoff and let ing to care a rap for tho g. o. p. has taken another tumble, the reductions either of them ? I Bay hands York Mercury. cludes all styles, and the patterns are all new and desirable. men in public life have made aa avoraging out. Few of a cent a pound. them fight it few mistakes as Gov. McCreary. He has The cut is regarded us a slap by the reA YOONQ PilOniMTIOHlBT. lie Was Huperiluoui. been the champion of the people through- finers at the wholesale grocers, who reAfter tho hond waa knocked ont of A Michigan judge asked a man who tho Morton barrol in Now York tho Reout hia entire official career of a quarter cently unloaded on the marke't large This Opportunity. century, and he haa eminently mer quantities of sugar below the refinery had brought Buit for the recovery of a publicans decided that thoy hnd no uso of a confidence he haa won. He is compact price. diamond ring presented to the girl, wno for a Fassett Dallas Nows. ited the B,. . deceived him, if during their engagenow better than over prepared to Bervo The llnrrel on Top. democratic parher or folded hia constituents and the Martin R. Jonea, the young Rock- ment he had ever kissed Reed's Maino figures wcro big, but ty. Let ub ro elecj him by an increased castle ecbool teacher who romantically ner In his fond embrace. He replied in Morton's first contribution is said to bo THE HERD OK majority. married and waa subsequently desert- the aillrmatlvo, when the man of law, $100, 000. Exchange defenda pretty girl the Tub young Empress of China was a ed by hia wife in less than 24 hours af- observing what "Then you more Mr. S. P. Dalton who was on a visEmperorslap-pe- d ter the ceremony, has been sued by his ant was, remarked: sensitive little thing. The went off and killed fickle epousa for divorce and $5,000 ali- than got value recieved for the ring and it to hia brother, B. II. Dalton, of this It. H. her jaws and she Pror, county, died Wednesday of consumption, mony. Her petition alleges that Jones I enter judgment in her favor." herself. Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky by and false represen-ution- " A woman in Chicago boa filed a plea aged 34. He waa a native of Jackson A votb for McCreary is a vote for bet? induced her to marry him, which in divorce against her husband on the county and hia remains were taken there r7j-Wet foi Itle from tho h.t tn m'' T?-of Rrrittcred ter times. Put your mark under the she did against her will. for interment. tocV. Bited en itemed from the beit htrJi in uvral different broad ground that he ia a "fool." rooster. Stte. Correipondnce Solicited Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A dkskrtkh, whether from the, army or a political party, is always regarded with scorn and contempt and a turncoat is the most deppicablo of creatures. No 2, 1894 decent democrat will go back on hi3 party. Traitors and dishonorable characters may. Provo yourself a man worthy of the name by sticking to the old Bhip another voyage at least. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. YeagerA Yoager THE ERA OF EXTRAVAGANCE npw-a-day- s to-da- ld 3. - Reason With Yourself! LARGEST :AND: CHOICEST, 2c. bec-ius- , - -- eaga-cio- ua CLOAK : Department. I e dem-oorat- IIVCEIfcT'S SUITS. : prom-tionia- t, col-utn- lash-ionab- lc LOUISVILLE STAXTTOHD, ETC., STORE, con-elde- r. The Farewell Sale - ! JF. JOIIiTIES &c S03ST !' anti-whis- ky Be-eiJ- rep-reoe- nt Closed Out At Once, Regardless of theCOST. anti-saloo- repre-Bant- ARE CORDIALLY INVITED FIGURES TALK. - hric-a-hra- o World-Heral- d, al NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR 5C. life-lon- g W. H. WEAKEN & CO. -- our-Belv- es g Reduee my Large Stoek Post-Dispatc- - soom--No- w WALL - PAPER YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO A. BLUE-GKAS- S ono-oight- h MISS PEITN"?. Druggist. Duroc Red Jersey Swine Bronaugh, "over-persuasio- n ri T &Atu.. vfc 4L -ii . 'vrt'l fcawA5!M '.Ai45feM'i .,ttkiVi.W, 3 J, fel Jr t J. B. PAXTOW. GOV. JAMES B. McOREARY. THOMAS D. NEWLAND. JAMES W. GIVENS. ACTIVITY IN WOOL. GEORGE B. COOPER. M'KINLEY AFTER VOTES. The IJobi Nnpoleoii linking Great KfforU to Humbug the l'oojili'. When Governor McKinley goes out in search of votes, ho is not accustomed NEW Y0EK OUTLOOK. MAY E. D. KENNEDY. '&& I K X Democratic Ticket. For Representative in Congress JAMES 13. Tkd KflVcUor tlm Niu TnrlfT 1JI11 lUvnm. i Inc Alinir'iit. So Ioiik ns raw wool was subjootr 1 to THEVARS CALLED DOWN BY A HIGH PROTECTION PAPER. hon.vy tliiticM tho (lnost AiiBtrallau nml Andean ileccus found tlitir way in tit small (jtuintitioH to tills market. Tlio o Iluflni'ix ltiitlrul 1 CoiuIiii;, and In Coin-In- it to tho olioico varioticHnf wxil to In 1801 niul 1801 k'rent intirtH of Loudon and Antwerp, CotitriMtcil Truth 1'or SIcKlnlny nnd wlicro thoy wito jK)u;(lit up by, English, 1 Mayi-rnllurcM CALAMITY IIOWLEIIS. PROBABILITY THAT HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF. McCREARY.. r- f - r,..nvr Tudpc. t a MittW. GIVENS For County Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER a ' ft- For County Attorney, J. B. TAXTON ,.. For Sheriff, -, Q D fpV ?. .-, H&3 n French and German iiinmi'acturciN, who paid no duty upon tlioin. But, not tho heavy tlnties, tho Imports of wool into thu Unit ml Statin daring the fiscal year unded .Ttinc )0, 1893, exceeded 100,000,000 pound, most uf it, howrvcr, of low grado for tho luruitif.icturo of carpots. With tho ropoal of tho dntios Amor-lea- n manufacturers now enjoy equal advantages with their Kuroiienn compel-horAll tho markctrf of tho world aro open to them for tiiu Jlrnt tiinu for tho clinico of their raw materials. In of tho chaiiKO of pojlcy thpro will bo an increased demand for both domwtio and foroign woolit, and tuirio variotiert of American wool, which also havo their jwculiar excellency, will soon lo fought for in European mnrkotH. Already thero aro numerous signs of increased activity in American woolen mills, and it dependn upon tho manuwhat tuo thoy facturer Fhal mako of thoir nowly acquired freedom. Hut as thu auspicious effects of tho chaugohall Ik"coiiio moio manifest noithor tho mannfactururif, nor cousumcrH will nigh for n Philadol-phlreaction to McKinluyisiu. Heconl. with-suimllni,' n. II U Ilk to l'onilrr. thumt-olvc- s 1 rihccp-growor- n n Messrs. Mclvinley, Reed and other Republican orators are now traveling nbout tho country declaring that ovory-thin- g is going to ruin because of tho of tho McKlnlcy tariff. They havo been warned by tho sonsiblo and conservative elomoiit of tho Republican party of tho danger of howling calamity when business is steadily improving sinco tho passago of tho Wilson tariff law More recently tho Philadelphia Publio Ledger condemns tho methods of theso men in persisting in their efforts to multiply misfortunes in industrial circles and seeking to destroy business coufldonco. Tho Public Ledger supported General flarribou iu 188bnud tho MoKinleytar-if- f policy. Sinco that time it hns been an earnest supporter of tho sanio policy and as earnest ly oppo-c- d tho passago of tho Wilson bill. Rut now it accepts tho inevitable and confesses that tho business of tho country,' even tiuder future Republican administration, will want only detailed revision of tho present tariff laws without overturning itj general policy. Hero is what Tho Ledger hays in part: Tho improvement of business ro-pe- to lot a littlo thing liko truth or candor stand iu his way. In his campaign in Ohio ho loft a wido track of misstatement and falsehood all tho way from Lake Erio to tho Ohio river. Only n day or two aco ho sought to score a point against Democracy by tho absurd statement that tho concessions grauted to Hnwniian sugar planters Were for tho special profit and benefit of tho Sugar trust, tiro fact being that tho trust has no interest in tho Hnwaiian plantations or nllianco with tho planters of Honolulu. There was quick and forceful mado to this pieco of characteristic misrepresentation, and it is noticed that tho bogus Napoleon of tho Republican party has not returned to that lino of attack. It is very clear that this is tho sanio old McKinley, after all. Tho man who strovo so long to persundo American voters that under his boneflcent tariff law tho foreigners paid our taxes will not hesitato at such littlo fictions as calling the Republican party tho party of bimetallism. Ho is 6ereuoly confident of his ability to humbug nil tho peoplo all tho timo. Chicago Times. On Senator Hill's Majority Otcr Morton Likely to Ho of Iinmeno Proportion Tho ltosH ami tho "Bcrrd" Not a Popular Coinhlnatlon. , Tho Now York Republicans entorod upoii tho state campaign of 18S2 under circumstances almost prccisoly similnr to thwso of 1 89 1. Thoy were sure of victory. They nominated Charles J. thou secretary of tho treasury, for governor. When thoir stato convention closed, thoy regarded tho election as already won. Tho nomination of Folgerfor governor wns a machino event. Chester A. Arthur, then president, was ns completely tho "boss" in political affairs as Thomas C. Piatt is this year. Folger, liko Lovi P. Morton, was an old man, possessed great wealth aud was supposed to bo not in tho way ns n candidnto for president in 1881 if ho should bo elected, which was regarded as a cerFol-go- r, GEO. W. DeBORD. tain event fidence. tho Political Itlnlto. A llanillo 1'or livery Tool of Slonojinly. disputed. rVV J'- THOS. D. NEWLAND It is so general and so manifest as to rondar ridiculous thoso unscrupulous partisan organs which, closing their eyes to tho truth, continue to ignore it as if it had no real existence. Tho lend- Tho Republicans had unbounded conThey believed that they would havo from 10,000 to 00, 000 majority on governor. Tho party wns as "harmonious" ns it is now nud as completely under "boss" control. Tho "boss" had dictated'tho nomination, and his plans had been so perfectly laid and tho machino had run so smoothly that it came, apparently, as Morton's nomination came, with phenomenal and enthusf-asti- o spontaneity. Tho Oemocrnts had not much confidence. T.n y had lost tho stato iu 1880, when their candidato for president wns Hancock, "tho superb,'' tho hero of Gettysburg, by over 21(000 majority. They had no particular popular issuo except opposition to "boss" and "boo- Situation?jggfesStafy'? 'S rrof.E.W. .Smith, for 13 years principal ot tho Commercial College fEucNT,voK Awarded Modal and Diploma By the World's Columbian i; Exposition, mill General For Nyntrnt ofltook-ueepliiIlunlnem Kilnrutlun. !. ( oftt to complete UuMnrsst'ournuhUiiutf O. Including tuition, booki and board. Typcwrillnir and Telecrapliy taught. lu.ni'Oguccrotlul craduatcs in Minks anil 100 otllctnlv So Vneitlon. Lnlverslty Knter Noir. Kentucky OiTSpcclnl Diploma awarded our graduate. attention given to eeurliic itlluntiona lor graduate. 1U0 M For circulars address For, Assessor, E'. D. KENNEDY ft. ? ' I r fn V or Jailer, . .. GEO. "W. DidiORD. o n For Magistrate, For Constable, a d a a a A PRF.WITT, Jtonopoly has many tool!, but Cullom tho hamllo that fits thorn nlLChi i cago Herald, In Attention Farmers! - We hao a I.arse Line ol Locust Fencing Posts, Plank Fence, Grangor Stakes, i ShiDgles&Lumber AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY And at VcryJ.ow t'lguroi. KINO oijm possible and agrtoiijvon ncanipaign Horn aro two coiiopicnous oracles', ono predicting that tho country Is going to tho everlasting smah and that wo aro all going to bo irretrievably ruined, tho othor propho-Blug constant improvement and an enupon such an era of glorious trance and widespread prosperity ns tho country has never yet known. This won't do nt nil. A high tariff house that is divided against iUolf mtibt fall. Now York Mercury. Tlny Aro Not Itrjnlclng. If tho ltcpublicnu editors really that tho nomination of David 13. Hill for governor by tho Now York conmost unwise thing to do vention was from n Democratic btandpoint, thoy Boom to bo putting themselves to unnecessary trouble in thoir. labored efforts to convince their readers of tho fact. If they aro sinncro, they should rather that Iovi P. Morton has an easy task ahead of him. It is barely possible that Morton and Piatt do not view tho situation as tho Ropublicau editors protend to. Chicago Herald. o. au l)lli!rl Aunlnst lUolf. OptimiKt Dupcw nnd Possimist kIiouM fcet together as soon as Mc-Kinl- y o ro-joi- Moreland, Ky. Wliolo SoiiIimI Democracy. COMING THE ATTRACTION I WILL : E. : CULHANE'S FAMOUS MI1TSTE El XJS, Band and Orchestra. THE BIG MINSTREL BOOM. Got It In tho Neck. . Tho Only American Volley. "Wo want an American policy, " Endmen, Funny Republicans offer nothing but a record quotii Governor McKiuloy to tho Kan-sa- s Comical Comedians, which has been condemned and rejectyeoman who did such fluo work in ed. Tho Populists offer nothing but exSweet Singers, McKiuloyism its ooup travagant promises which nro inconsist- holpiug to givo Artistic Dancers. ent with reason, with posbTLillties and do grace. "Wo don't want a British Tho Montana Democrats, in stato convention assombled, havo declined to fuso with tho Populists and havo nominated a straight out ticket on a platform reaffirming tho principles of tho Democratic national platform and cordially approving tho Clovohmd administration. This is wholo souled, wholo-6om- o Democracy, and thero is a breozy, refreshing quality about tho utterances of tho Montana Democrats that proclaims tho puro atmosphcro of tho hilltops and tho clear vision it nffords, Philadelphia Record. ing financial and trado journals of tho country, thoto tho spocinl uiissiou of which it is to present for tho information of thoir readers tho most nccurato statements with regard to tho stato of finance, manufactures and commerce, glvo tho most gratifying reports of reviving activity. Tho principal daily newspapers of tho great cities and tho centers of trado, among others tho Now York Tribune, which has been persistently employed latterly in efforts to roll back tho ndvauciug tide of inercautilo vigor by representations of coutiuued depression, hnvo recently dovotcd entire pages to the reports of tho representatives of tho chief business interests of tho country, which clearly show that tho improvement during tho last mouth bus been certain and material. Dispatches and correspondence from all parts of tho country tell of thu revival of industrial enterprises, of works which havo been shut down resuming operations, of others which havo been operated on rednccd time or with n less number of operatives running full time and with an increased lorco of employees, and of capital providing now plants in all thoo industries which aro as props and pillars of mercantilo success. The great transposition companies, which probally,suffered ns much as or more than any of tho representatives of important business iuteicsts during tho lato prolong period of nro daily shov.ii tho assured incroao jif tho volume of business. Tho statements of tho banks in nil tho largo financial centers nro equally satisfactory as indisputablo testimony to tho return of prosperity. Thero is also a very notablo feature which should be regarded ns interesting and instructive at this tiruo when tho partisan organs in their desire to get votes, even nt tho sacrifico of tho common wclfnre, declare that tho now tariff and mercantilo ruin nro virtually synonymous terms. During tho period of 1891, when tho former tariff was in successful operation and tho timo was considered most prosperous, tho failures wore 8,800, tho assets iuvolvod and tho liabilities $138,811,-511- . Tho number of failures was less in that year than this by nearly 400, but tho assets involved oxceoded thoso of 1891 by more than 12,000,000 and tho liabilities by mora than 28,)00,000. Tho community of business now has that assurauco of stablo conditions which will cnnblo it to put forth its strength of ontorpriso. It is already pnttiug it forth and is confuting day by day by its ncthity tho falso cries, nnd alarms of tho partisan prophots of oviL dle." iti Mr. McKinley luil I?T7 Ah, my boy, Cruel Wilson Bill." Yes, but you should Mr. Harrison havo been in West Virginia when I put on "Grovcr'a Perfidy," "Tho Ruined Home" nnd "Tho Republican Laboring Mau." 1 had 'cm crying in all parts of tho house. Mr. McKinley In tho west I nm starring in that pieco of mino called "Tho Author of tho MoKiuloy Bill. " Mr. Harrison I'm counting on doing pretty woll with my farco comedy, "Out of Politics. " Will you bo out all season? Mr. McKiuloy Certainly. And you? Booked solid. ChicaMr. Harrison a great hit iu Maino with my pieco called "Tho Starving Workmen; or, Tho I mado go Record. Gcorcln Dltl Her Duty. j By tho fusion between tho Populists aud Republicans, with souio personal opposition to the candidato for governor, tho Georgia Democrats havo lost porno thousands from their usual majorities, though without losing or oven endangering tho stnte. Tho entire Democratic stato ticket is elected; tho legislature is Democratic by a good round majority, thus insuring n Democratic United States senator in tho placo of tho lato Senator Colquitt, nud thoro is littlo reaon to expect tho loss of oveii ono congressman, although there is a bare possibility of tho success of Tom Watson. Philadelphia Times. Indication or Reviling UustneM. Ono of tho indications of business revival is to bo found in tho incrcaso of tho pig iron output for tho month of August. Not only was thoro an iucroaso in tho number of furnaces at work, but tho output advanced from 11C,350 tons tho first week to 151,113 tons during tho last week in tho month. Tho Iron Ago states that this is tho highest output reached sinco tho wcok of July 1, and that tho stoady incrcaso leading up to it indicates that tho improvement may bo considered permanent Baltimore Horald. Tho Democrats nominated for governor Grovcr Clovoland of Buffalo. Ho had been elected mayor of that city and had served a term as sheriff of Eiio county. Ho had fought somo municipal rings nnd had gained a reputation for honesty, indopeudeuco and firmness. Then, ns now, tho nominations having been made, tho signs of n popular uprising against "boodlo" nnd "boss" politics npponrcd. Tho ground swoll grew as tho campaign proceeded. Week by week, with tho progress of time, tho determination of tho peoplo to defeat and wreck tho machino becamo more and moro apparent and pronounced. Up to and near tho day of election tho Democrats gained confidence, and tho omens of their success at tho polls seemed favorable. But tho result surpassed all expectation. There was an immenso vote. It was 00 per cent of tho total voto cast for president in 1880, something with out a precedent in that state. Cleveland's majority over Folger was This was tho stupendous verdict of tho peoplo of Now York on "boodlo" and "boss" methods. Thochaugo from Republican to Domocratio wns 215,000 votes. David B. Hill. was tho Domocratio candidato for lieutenant governor in 1882. Ho had not been conspicuous before In stato politics. From tho fact that, tho Republican candidato for lieutenant governor received a less number of votes than Folger tho majority for Hill was noarly 4,000 greater than that for Clovcland. His voto was a few hundred less than that of Clovoland. It is in tho highest dogreo probnblo that after 13 yoars history may repoat itself in Now York. It is unlikely that Hill will havo such a tremendous majority over Morton ns Clovoland had over Folger. But it may bo of immenso proportions. Thoro is nothing so unpopular in politics ns a "bos" behind a "barrel" exercising despotic power iu party control. Chicago Herald. 11)2,-85-1. pvv' WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINCTON, KY. miimimimA ' ' ! H In Poor 1 means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result irom trifling' ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. Health Brown's a out of sorts, wealc and generally exhausted, nervous, have no appetite Ifyouarefeellnc; llron I RITTPfS I r I " It Cures Kidney and Liver Dyspepsia, Troubles, Neuralgia, Constipation, Bad Blood Nervous ailments Malaria, Women's complaints. Get only tho genuine It has crossed red lines on the wrapper. All others arc substitutes. On receipt of two ac. stamps w e will send set of Ten Beautiful World's Fair Views and book free. ' uvn't ttaia yeur tttth, and It's pleasant to take. medicine, which is Hrown's Iron Bitters. A few bottles cure benefit comes from the ey first dose it aud can't work, begin at strengthening V AuAwAwAwAJWfA mm BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. NORFOLEC $71,-811,3- THE WHITE HU22JARS. Everything New and Up-t- o date, 20 TWENTY ARTISTS .AT 20 with human nature. Tho Domocrntio party nlouo has agennino, approved and honest American policy. This is not a yoar for Domocratio iudifferouco, but if year for Domocratio ndvnuco toward tho goal of comploto reform. '"' public. St. Louis Re- WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY, policy fastened on tho throats of tho peoplo of tho United States." Tho governor is wrong, as usual Nothing aila tho throats of tho American people. It is McKiuloyism that is soro iu tho neck from tho stunning blow it got thero two years ago this coming Novonibor. Philadelphia Record. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1894 Drugstore. Reserved Beats en tale at W. D. McRobert'f New goods of all kinds and a big lot o and wrnps and our black nnd fancy drees goods, centb' and ladies' underwoar. &c. Zeigler Bhoes just received at S. H. Shanks'. Call and Bee. Hughes it Tate. Don't forget to examine our cloaks Republican Logic. In advocating the cause of Hon. Joa Cannon, who is anxious to got back to congress, a campnign orator told his Illinois auditors that ''wool is no moro raw material than a steel rnil. It is tho product of tho farm. Coal in the earth Democrats Aro Hopeful. is raw material, but when mined it Tho goueral depression which appear- ceases to bo raw material. " This dised to bo felt by all Domocrats until tinction is worthy tho fino analytical somo moutlis, ago seems to bo fast dis- mind of Mr. Dickens' Toots, who on appearing, and whilo it was not au un- boing asked by a philosophio gcutlemnu common thing in midsummer to hear a nt an ovening party, "What aro you Democrat speak in a Lopojess way about going to do with your raw matorials?" tho election this fall now there is noth- replied in a burst of inspiration, "Cook ing of this kind hoard, but from ovory 'om!" Tho Illinois orator's logio would section conies n story of confident as- bo improved by cookery. Exchange surance. Allentown (Pa.) Democrat, Strutltlllntr the Isur. A tlratlfjIiiB Victory. Clarkson of Iowa thinks Tho Georgia Democrats havo given a that Senator Allison of tho Hawkeyo combination of Populists and RepublicStato is tho timber for 1890. "Ho is ans n decisivo whnling. Tho uogroes sound on tho tariff, yot not objectionr voted largoly with tho Populists. able to thoso who nro for a lower tariff," tho ciroumstauces tho victory is more aud, moreover, "he understands tho silr gratifying than would havo been a ver question nud is au intelligent friond majority obtained over either o! tho of silver." Boing thus woll astrida the opposing parties fighting singly. Phil- vital issues, there cannot bo n question adelphia Record. about tho Iowa senator's breadth, but how about his height? Philadelphia ' Tho Winner I i:ay to Pick. Record. Tho wliolo country has "caught on" to tho bigulficanco of tho Now York To Di6TiLLKRs. You can muko your campaign. Even out in Montana au Inpnr-anc- e tolls his readers that it is a con- ware housing bonds at Kirby's editor Agency. test botweeu brain3 and a barrel. Boston Globo. 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Now York, for, in addition to her club TWO PIECES OF SILVER. there was a murmur of indignation igatnst tho man who would eeok the and social requirements, sho dovotes an punishment of a child for stealing a immonso amount of titno to charltablo How Thoy 8rANroD Ky., November 2, 1894 SHE IS UP TO DATE AND QUITE THE work and Savod tho Life of a illk handkerchief and that after It I am now rcwdv to dellrei tninuftctured Ice is constantly writing and hnd been returned. from the SUnforo Fictory to cuiloraeri recultrlv Mlrie Monagor. FASHION. reading papers beforo historical and othmoraine st the rati ef FIFTY CKNTS John Franco laughed and wont to every HUNDRED FOUND LOIS and over, and I'EK er societies. Both from her family pros-tighis room, whilo tho sheriff smiled, as at rjcintmallerloli. "Muerto a los gringos!" W. P, WALTON. The Berkeley Ladlca Club of New York. and great oxocutivo ability is sho E. llKEMBi, Stanford. lo Black Rosa's Btnnll, angular form ho always smiled In danger and out, Helen Goutit, Mr, John Jacob Alitor fitted to bo nt tho head of so solcct an shook with rage. Her black faco grow and tho boy away. Tho crowd organization as tho Berkeley club. and blacker than its natural hue, if that looked puzzled. u Grnct' Daughter ino medical director and manager is wcro possible. Trembling in cverv "He had my boy locked up, did long. So It It Quito Ilia Thing. Dr. Mary T. Bissoll, a graduato of Vas-ea- r nerve, sho glared viciously, nnd shook shrieked Black Rosa, when tho he?" CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS. details Copyright, 1691, by American Pnss Associacollego and a sister of tho present a long, bony fiugcr in tho faces of tho of this littlo episode wore related to (he undmicned at KowUnd, Lincoln Call tion. Xho Keal Issno Which the IYople Havo to prosident of that institution, Dr. Tay- - group of miners who with jests and hor. The black faco of tho littlo Mex- countv,onKy , tor terms. We want to negotiate Sho is light, rugged and rnddr. Sho Faco Iu Noteinbcr. on firtt morteaze loam eurllv on jeers had mot her supplications for ican woman, seemed ablazo with Indig- stocks, bona and commercial paper. real estate. Agent (or Although tho recogulzod lcatlora of walks with n swing. Sho is wholcsomo charity. the Missouri Ilrokerace Co , St, Louis, " nation. "Ho shall pay for thin!" tho Ropublicau party havo attouipted to and woll groomed. Sho carries herself M N EARLY. "Oct out of this, yon black dovlll" "Sonora forgets tho two silver dolBound tho koynoto of tho campaigu, thero gracefully and proudly. Tho day of tho ono shouted. "Wo havo had enough lars," taunted Robber Dan; "I thought has not been iu any speech yot delivered thin, scrawny, awkward, hysterical of you." tho scnora might feol Borrv that we a einglo political proniiso which would ypuug woman who trips along as if sho "She's got plenty of monoy," cried had planned to rob this, fine Amerl. tempt tho citizen who sincerely desires woro treading on eggs, or who runs on cano. But It's all right now la it, another. j . nr the promotion of tho wolfnro of tho A hen canter or wabbles, rwihtoti "Wears diamonds in tho city," dearest?" ho added, mockingly. -wholo country to cast a voto for tho re- struts, is over. Young women aro taught 1 uoo mini sneered a third. w to stand properly and walk correctly ' "Get out! No beggars allowed!" they Black Rosa, andmurder hlral" yelled turn of tho Republicans to power. she staggered from If tho speeches which have been mado theso days qui to as much as thoy aro all shouted. her chair, as If sho would carry out her by McKinloy and Reed mean anything, taught to dauco or poso in a drawing "Muorte a los gringos!" ropcatcd the own command, but foil on tho floor in thoy mean that tho Republican party if room. This is tho day of healthful gymwoman, with a shriek which would a heap. have chilled tho blood of men unused it regains control of the government will nastics, of dumbbells, Indian clubs, Dan and his pals lifted tho woman to her vicious ways. undo all that tho Democrats havo dona fencing, swimming, tennis and golf. to a bed, aud the leador remarked that DKALER IN- Thoy will reopen tho tariff question Athletics havo como to bo a vital factor Manager Franco, of tho Bull Domin- sho would sleep till morning, and be In tho education nnd accomnlishments go, heard tho disturbance between .the neither help nor hindrance. It hnd from tho beginning and will miners and tho miscrablo old woman been known for twenty-fou- r tho wholo scheino of tariff taxa- 3f tho fashiouablo girl. hours that : Tho young fomiuino swoll of Now as he camo up tho gulch tion. Their criticism of Democratic actho raonoy Rome ten thousand dollars "Hero, my good woman." said he. for the Bull Dimlngo pay roll had tion is not directed to tho noints in i'ork prides hersolf upon hor capabili- "hero aro two sllvor dollars. You had beon recolvcd, but until announced by which thoy failed to depart from tho ncs as a trapozo oxpert and a tumor of better not stay around hero," ho added, Manager Franco It wbb not known MoKinloy policy, which is tho real causo louieraaults, as a vaulter of bars and kindly, as she took tho monev and when that gentleman would start for of popular dissatisfaction, but to points an adept at tho foils. Indeed n pretty LEFT EIDK TO WEIGHTS. called tho blessings of tho saints upon the mine. in which thoy departed furthest from girl is nover protticr than whou aglow that policy. Tho roturn of tho Repub- with tho excitement of healthful oxnr. lor. Dt. Disscll fills a chair in tho Wo- his generous soul. "Tho men aro not At twelve o'clock that night four licans to power will result, theroforo, ciso, to say nothing of tho beuoflcial ef- man's Medical collego of Liviugstouo used to giving alms, and they will only men, heavily armed, rodo out of Du rango. in tho entiro rovision of tho tariff laws fects to tho constitution and to tho fig- placo. Sho has written many remarka-bi- treat you unkindly." treatises on hygicnio subjects, which ure. Thus athlotics havo como to bo a "He'd better bo savin' them two dol- f Two hours later tho stage followed on a basis which has been overwhelmaro of paramouut iuterest theso days. lars to help out tho payroll of the Bull them, with one occupant on the tremendous fad. ingly condemned by tho people. Tho instructors aro Miss D. M. El- Domingo who has been keeping aslato and tho driver nlono on the front Candies, Nuls, Tobacco, Cigars. Tho only ladies' athlotio club in tho Tho Democrats may havo failed to ineot popular expectation, but that fail- world is in Now York. It is n popular liott, who is a graduato of Dr. Ander-Bon'- a for nearly threo months for tho ac- boot Bloomer, tho driver, might ns School of Physioal Trainimr in commodation of workmen on that well have been unaccompanied bo far ure consisted in tho defeat of tho at- resort xor ultra lashionables, though by as tho Inside occupant of the coach Hcadquartcrs'lor almost anything no moans a social club and thcroby Brooklyn, and Miss M. G. Potter, grad- - ProPrty tempt to cut off all tho monopolies Sonora Rosallna Ortiz onco enioved a was concerned. But ho was uicd to which tho AIcKinloy policy had built affording no stops by which tho socially uato of Dr. Sarceaut's Normnl nchnnl happy homo In tho City of Mexico, her these lonely rides, and when a passen- you want. When you wantja up from opportunity to despoil tho peo- ambitious can mount to tho heaven of at Cambridge, Mass. ger preferred to bo exclusive It simply Once onch senon therojs an "open birthplace. She had all tho opportutho very select. Tho Berkolev Ladies' ple. But tho worst blunclub is now four years old. Its formal nay at tho club, when members aro nities of education, both in Spanish exhibited to Bloomer Uio poor taato of ders may bo rectified without throwing forj25c call on him.J permitted to invito their womon friends and English, and in her enrly married the passenger. So ho talked to his tho country into another agony of gen to witness thu exercises. Men aro rig- lif had traveled much. But mls'or-tun- c horses and sang to them and passed eral tainff legislation. Tho strengthenenmo to her In the denth of her the lonely hours as comfortably as If orously excluded, and tho oity newspaing of tho hands of tho sound Democpers receive an admonitiou to sond wo- husband and two of their threo chil- he, had been surrounded by a half racy in congress will Becuro tho cutting men reporters only, as horrid men will dren, after tho loss of all tho property dozen passengers, aud soon forgot the off of trust legislation through separate not bo allowed oven n peep. It is on they possessed. They had for several leuow on tho Inside. bills, which will not affect genoral busiStanford, Ky. Coming to a bend In tho rad, whero record that onco an enterprising report- years made their homo In tho United ness. er got in and up to tho top of .tho stairs States, where Senor Ortiz had died, tho ascent of tho first steep mountain Tho real issuo of tho congressional leading to tho gymnasium, when ho was leaving his widow penniless. Poverty is begun. Bloomer foil Into a reflective elections, is whether tho Democrats shall discovered and tlyvartod and actually and sin wcro her undoing, and when mood and remarked to the nigh wheelbo permitted to completo thoir work or er that tho follow on tho inside "shooed" off by a pair of rubbers, waved tho Colorado mining fever filled tho might that work shall bo obstructed by Remountains with fortune seeker of possibly "rlso to an appreciaat him by tho president hersolf. This high publicans in behalf of tho trusts and .WEEKLY and low, degree Scnora Ortiz tion o' tho society of a Rtagc driver invasion occasioned a flutter second drifted to Durango, tariff barons. Uuloss wo crnnrlv mia. Sho had fiunk so and his bosses if tho muzzlo of a only to that in tho palaco of Tennyson's tako tho temper of tho people, they would d shotgun should ban- piiucess when Cyril, Florian and tho low In vice and crlmo that she wan acrather havo enough Populists in counted well fitted for anything from pen to appear nt tho window of the COURIER-JOURNA- L princo stumbled over thoir trains and to aid tho Democrats to accombegging to let out tho secret of thoir masquerading cutting of apetty thieving, even to the coach." plish thoir purposo than to havo it haltOf course Bloomer was not really ex- Is a ten pace- eight throat column democratic newspsntr. in petticoats. ed by Republicans who would uso their Sho was living as his mistress with a pecting such a surprise for his unso- It contains ihfIt of everything roing. II On theso "open days" tho street in power of obstruction to hamper tho DemWATTEU80N Is the editoF. Jki ciable passenger; so when tho shotgun front of tho clubhouso is blocked with hnrdened character known as "Ilobber appeared, ocratic administration and bring about PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. smart broughams and victorias. Iu tho Dan," an American, whose life both in companied with threo others, aud acanother McKinloy raid in 1390. St by an halls and reception rooms thero aro a and out of the penitentiary was a down them ribbons order to "throw Louis The WEEKLY and delightful rustlb of silks, a silvery bab- fcerles of misdeeds. Ho had earned his nanus," no was himself throw up them very libtra terras to srrnt , and gives treemakes so completely miums for clubs. Sample copies of the paper pretitle as she had earned hers. They and ble, wafts of perfume, tea and cakes. Like to Bo Ruined. surprmeu mai no oocycu without a our psge rremium supplement tent tree to any wero Tho galleries of tho superblv annointod reers, well matched In their criminal ca- word of protest. Tho Louisiana 'sugar planters who addrtas. Write lo FACE TO WEIOnTS. although tho woman havo deserted tho Domocratio party and opening mnrked a now departure in tho gymnasium aro filled with richly gown- known no moro of prison had "thus far If ho was surprised at this sudden ThoCOUftlER-JOUftNA- L life than Is CO. ed gono over to tho Republicans becauso a physical training of women. who cry "Oh!" and "Ah!" It was tho nnd ladies,thoir gloved hands"in ecstasy afforded by county jails. Her only appearance of road agents, he was clap Domocratio congress abolished tho sugar intention of its founders to establish an LOUISVILLE, KY. child, n boy of twelvo years, haJ, like really dumfounded at what followed. The bounty say that thoy wero opposed to athlotio club for women which both astho fair youug nthlotcs do wonders his mother, became a professional beg- For five minutes there was a rattlo of tho sugar bounty, but having been foro-o- d from its completeness nnd appointments wi(h swinging rings, trapezes, bars, gar and thief. shotguns an if a miniature battle wero Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, wands, clubs and bolls. The pupils woar on them they aro opposed to any and tho groat varioty and perfection Tho ill trcatmont sho had received being fought When It was all over, of And The party mat woum taKo H away from its npparatus should 'bo onrml tn nnv a uniform costnmo of dark blue and at the hands and tongues of tho two stage robbers woro f.talK gold, nnd they march and countermarch them. In other words, thoy wero horri- athlotio club establibhod for men. Courier-Journ- al miners at Rico had burned into her nuuniieii ann tno oiuer two surrenfied nt tho idea of being debauched, but BesidcMho regular instruction of tho nnd poso nnd wavo their gracofnl arms soul like a hot iron, though tho wound dered to Sheriff Harney and tho man Will Us tent one year to any addrtia (or 82 7C. having been debauched they turn their gymnasium it is possiblo to bo taught and bend their shapely legs oven as do was larcrelv hfnlid liv Ihn nff mnnln of straw on tho Insldo was literally WA LTON. W. backs on any party which won't de- fencing, bowling, swimming nnd cy- tno nmazons of tho ballot. And when and tho silver so kindly bestowed by shot to ploccs. And this Is the way It Addren S3 Stinford, Ky bauch thom and flee to tho only party cling in this clnb. It is horo that Miss they como to certain high Btepning ox jonn i' ranee, nut, since sho was not all happened, as Bloomer himself was ercises, lot mo toll you. tho nmazons likely ever to bo ablo to carry out which has over debauched them. Tho Helen Gould, who is an cuthusinst on her fond of telling It: moro peoplo of this kind tho Domocratio tho subject of bowling, gives thoso aro not in it with tho athletes. Co "You see, they didn't put mo on. threat of death to all save her own party loses tho worthier it is of publio charming littlo bowling parties to her Edith Sr.ssio.vs TcrPEit race and equally Incapacitated to In IS'ever seen a sheriff yet that thought a confidences. OrjSTANKOKD.tKY., sure the blessings of tho fcalnts which stage driver had nerve enough to nlav Louisville Courier-Journaintimato friends which havo already V Senlrenblo Watch roekrt- sho hn'd Invoked, neither her curses out his hand In a game liko that: an' Is now fuliv;o!ganited and ready (or business wlla quito famous. Watch pockets field om servo tho end nor her prayers wero heeded. How- I don't know but a feller would git a Fencing is possibly tho most popular Thnt Tricky tittle 1'cllow. $200,000. how he'u Paid up Capital of oi mo oxtra accomplishments. Thero is thoy have in view. Moro often than nnfc ever, none who knew her had nny little bit rattled thoyaro n hindranco rather than a linlrt faith iu Black Rosa's possession of to come out t tho end o' tho Surplus, . a largo class, and many of tho young 21000. women aro singularly skillful with tho For a first fow days thoy may bo put to goodwill toward any ono of American game. It'a purty ticklish blzneas to SyCCESSOH to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL bo on a stago through the foils. Tho costumo worn is both pic- use, uut sooner or Inter thoy fall into i or European blood, flANK OK STANFORD, long, dark hours o' tho night 'n' Now closing upl with the same aiaeta and, under Even Bobber Dan and his male turesque and appropriate It cousists of disrepnto and hang idly on tho wnll. ono great ndvantago of tho ouo panions In crime who formed the whether yer goln' tor drive Hy provisionstne same management. short skirt and tro'userottes of maizo of depositors are at given horo is Its adaptability to tho ,nost notorious and daring band of back cr rldo In n box. But tho way It fully protected asiischaiicr, ate depositors In National colored pongeo stitched with scarlet, (lanks, ita shareholders being held Individually scarlet belt, silk blouses and stockings, 6ervico required of it If you need a i robbers in southern Colorado did not all happened was liko thU: Ilsolo to the of the amount stock par lliertm ".ou seo that kid what atolo the amount at theeitenivalue thereof, in of their to the addition gauntlets of buckskin and low black finro depository for your own timopicco, escape the vindictive spirit of Black, invested In auch shares. It may actaa shoes. Thus acc6utered, tho fair war- or ir you wish to inako an nponntnl.li. Kosa. Hut tho woman was useful to handkerchief done that for a blind. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as 1 fr riors thrust and parry, drivo thoir ad offering to a friend, yon can hardly do them, and when plentifully supplied Hisol' woman sho put him on. She tn individual. rift To those who versaries to tho wall, receive and givo oeiier man mnKo ono liko or similar to with drink thero was no crime too writes a note tcr IVance 'n' toll tho kid while mnaglng entrusted their bulslncis to'ut the Lincoln Dank ol black for her wicked heart nor scheme tcr drop It In hhi pocket 'n' stoal his Stanford, we we here tender ourNationalthanks and thundering whacks, whilo tho gymnaIk manv they will First cut two disks of cardboard about too deep for her cunning brain. If handkerchcr, er anythln' else he could trust us, offeringcontinue to transact their busineat sium rings with tho plaudits of tho onwith as a guarantee for prompt n to same, our twenty yeara eipcrience is lookers. Somo of tho best known fencers tho sizo of a silver dollar, or largor if sho possessed a single redeeming trait git his hands on, 'n' then kinder loiter to git caught Well, sir, banking andaa liberal accommodations as are conroun' 6o's nro women of high socinl position in tho watch bo large. Then cover them no ono had been ablo to discover It Durango had been ablaze with tho that ol' Black Rosa was a corker. Sho sistent with sound banking. Now York, nmong whom aro Mrs. Leon both with pnlo graysuedo and lino thom OlHKCTORi: Marie, Miss Anno Cameron, daughter with soft silk. Leavo ono of tho disks glory of frontier life a glory which gives tho whole snap away in the note, of Sir Roderio Cameron: Miss Joanna plain, but on tho cover of tho other ono comes but onco In tho lifetime of a 'n' sho tolls Franco tcr have the boy J, J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; new town. But there was then littlo put In Jail, 'n' that'd bo a tip for hor Hold, Mrs. John Jacob Astor, tho Miss. II. Shanks,lJiacford; regard felt for tho future by tho for- that ho gets tho note. Then she sets es Grace, daughters of J. S.Owsley, Stanford; Graco; up a howl ' throws tho gang off, nn' ' tune hunters who swarmod tho streets S J, Embry, Stanford; E& .Miss L.ouiso Potter 'and Miss Maria and filled up tho hotels and hold high havln' bin drlnkin' considerable an' J.'U. Owsley, Stanford-J- . Ho is looking for another spanking. Heyo. revelry in tho saloons and dnnco halls feelln' a leetle bit slcccmd that hnr F. Caen, Stanford; Liko all tho good things of life, n Chicago Herald. play wouldn't win, Bho was knocked of that camp. William Oooch, Stan lord; membership hi this club is difficult to Honest men with capital, seeking to clean out excited V fainted on tho A. W Carpenter, Mlllcdgeville, K Steel aillls to Itcsume Work. attain. Tho greatest of precautions aro double their investments in a fort- dead square. W, II. Cummins, Preachersvlll Tho Pennsylvania Stool company, takon to provout any objoctionablo olo "So Franco, w'tnhoglts the ol' wom- S. II. Shanks, Fresldcnt, night, stood on the same level of as- ment creeping into the organization. which went into tho hands o receivers Dr. J.B. Owsley, Cashier, Bociation with tho horse thief and an's note, he Just quietly lots Barney in, in tho effort to do business under tho Tho membership of tho club is limited W. M. Ilrlght, Teller. tho road agont Mino promoters aud 'n Barney he tells him his system, V provisions of tho McKinley tariff taxing to 400, and n candidato for admission gamblers drank over tho same bar. thoy plays It to win. W'n France ho ita raw material, will soon bo reorgan- must boproposod and seconded by memThe crack of the stage driver's whip goes up to his room, Barney he goes 'n' ized and begin work again. Tho present bers not of tho saino familv. in nnto. OH Mir was but tho echo of tho pistol shot. gits his tenm 'n' meets Franco at the NATIONAL BANK tariff, though not as fuvorablo as it graph letters, giving full particulars as Bus!nesa( conversations and ribald back door 'n' they goes out 'n' lays for to tho candidate's qualifications and soshould bo to manufacturers of iron and OF STANFORD, KY. songs, laughter and curses inter- tho gang. 'Sonly ono placo on the road stool on tho Atlantic coast, is moro ad- cial standing. Then tho namo of the where a job o' stago robbln' could bo mingled in a wild hurrSli chorus. vantageous than was tho tariff of 1890. proposed candidato, together with tho 'Going hack to tho mine in tho morn- done 'n' tho robbers git away, an Bar- Capital Stock Preo iron oro and freo coal aro necessa- names of tho members proposing and ing?" asked tho clork of tho hotel a ney ho knows the plnce, an' that's Surplus seconding hor, is posted iu tho hall of ry to eastorn iron and steel makors. minute later, as Franco approached whero they camps 'n' waits for the Attention of the public it tho clubhouBo for ono week prior to tho to the 'fac Now York Mercury. the desk and asked for writing ma- gapg an' thoy gits 'era dead to rights. that this Is the only National invited la Stanford Hank timo of election, just for all tho world "That Inside passenger 'a w'at under the provisions of the National Dank Act terial. McKlnlcj'a Memory Is Short. liko littlo men. Tho indorsements or embroider, knocked me cold. They puta the stage depositors are secured not only by the capital "Yes, euro!" the stockholders liability lor Govornor McKinloy is denouncing tho objections oro nddressod to tho chuir- - board, sweetbeforo stretching ovor tho ngent onto the play, 'n' ho uea up a stock, but by to the stock, ao that depoiitori ae "Stage leaves at two o'clock." amount equal ol Domocrafio party for renealing tho mnn of tho committeo on admissions. own tender bluo forgotmenota in thoir "Well, call mo a half hour earlier, straw man w'atyo calls a dummy 'n' this Institution are secured by fund of 1400,000, color nnd couch tho letterFive sworn statements of thecondition of the bank Sherman silver law, When Grovor Tho candidato must receive tho unani ing with gold ' and don't, for your head, let mo miss ho loads him inio tho stugo so's to fool are made each yearto the United States governthread. Clevolaud gavo it as his "solomn" opin- mous voto of tho committoo on adniis-slon- s ment and its assets are eiamined at stated times Cut a Btraight strip of fino flexiblo tho stage. I must bo at the mlno to- mo 'n' tho road agents both. by ion that tho Sherman law should bo for election to tho club. It is not cardboard about morrow by all means. By tho way, I "I rockon Black Rosa didn't know andgovernment agents, thus securing addaitona perfect safety 10 denotitora. s tho longth often that a casoof blackballing occurs, of tho circumforeiico Governor MoKinloy gavo it as This institution, originally eiUbllthtd at tot tho turn of tho disk and have lost a white silk hankerchici how near she was Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then his"fiolouin" opinion that tho presi- as women with a past do not, as a rule, ono iuoh wido with a black bojdcr. Look out for it" w'en she prescribed death for gringos. ued aa the National Dank ol Stanford in i8o and nnd cover it with a full dent was right Governor McKinloy seek a mombcrship, knowing full woll puff of grayBatin tho A fow minute Inter, vhIlo Franco Sho didn't git the onos aho was after again the Klrtt National Dank of exact shado of tho uninterought to keep a scrapbook if ho knows that a vigorous Bcrutjuy of thoir histo- Buodo. To this in tho place, but I rockon the Stanford in i83, hat had practically an supplied rupted cxittenceolu yean. It la better fnst tho two disks, was still busy writing. Sheriff Barney death fust ol' how how. Chicago Times. ries will bo made. man 'n' Pete Johnson now with tacilities (or transacting business prompt of her ouo at oithor edge, bo as to leavo tho ox- approached him and presented a suited her notions hotter, w'en she ly and liberally than ever before lo Its long ut& Tho president of tho olub is Mrs. Jan Mexican chap in whoso possession honorable career. Accounta corporations, fiduWhat Protection Uas Done Tor Wheat. vier le Due, ono of tho most romarkahlo tra spaco freo at tho top. Then, when been found the silk handkerchief. had com to bIzo up tho Job, fer they was ciaries, firms and individualsof respectfully solic- niui, ia none, mnKo a inn inn or gray wo understand from Governor Mc- womon in Now York. Mrs. lo Duo is a "What shall I do with him?" asked both gringos one was American 'n' TKt ri!,rtnrw sif tM Tt.nl. a. .tM.ki...4 a. Kinley that cheap Bugar makes a pros- granddaughter of Governor Clinton nnd satin ribbon and overhand it neatly to tho sheriff. ' t'other a bwede. tho edgo of tho plain disk, bo as to form . Forestaa Reld, Lincoln county ; perous man, while a cheap coat makes allied to many of tho most famous of a "They Bay them Mexicans has al"Lock him up," said tho manager of S; T. Harris, Lincoln; finish when it hangs against tho wall. a cheap man. Wheat haa allon from tho old Now York familios. When tho To tho puffod ways got a grudge ag'in somebody, but O. A, Lackey, Lincoln; rim soV a hand of ribbon, the Bull Domingo hotol, "lock him up! never $1. 50 to 50 cents in 30 years of RepublicPrinco of Wales visited this country, ono end at each Oxtromity, nnd you remembers a kindness; but the That is the littlo rascal who camo to J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; will mo a few minutes ago begging for way that play was made it looks like an rule What kind of a man does that ho was tho guost of Mrs. lo Duo'b find that S,H. Hau(hman,Licco!n; tho pocket will hang stoadily make? St Louis Republic. money. I gavo him two bits and ho oil Black Rosa didn't ferglt John brother, Mr. Spencor, on a western in its" place, a convenient J. 8 . Ilocker, Stanford ; recoptacloand shows his gratltudo by W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; BhooUng preserve. Mrs. lo Duo was tho a decorativo stealing my France's kipU words to her w'en the object at ouo nnd tho sain6 And Sing- the Same Old Song. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; miners was her. handkerchief." . ' hostess during this shooting expedition, tine. Clare BuVcsL As arranged, tho campaign lines of nnd her romembrauces of tho "nico T.P. llill.Staaford. "Yes; perhaps tho two silver dollars, Tho atto,nion of tho loungers about K. L. Tanneri Mc Kinney.; Harrison, Reed and McKinloy cross young follow" Albert Edward was, in tho hotel ofllco was attracted by theso did have somothlu' to do with it sili Mrs. . J .wuier, wt. vernoif through tho west Thoy will speak as thoso days aro very interesting. Mrs. lo genain M. K ttover is tho treasurer and, iouuiy spoucn words of John France! ver was a great power 'n Colorado 'a s. Ilocker, President; manager of tho Peruvian miny thoy pass by. PhiladoliUfV Times. them days." Lowla Eddy, in N.1 Y. I JohnJ'McRoberU.'.Cashler; but they did not hear what ho said in Duo is one of tho hardest workers in ing company qt'Cripplo Crook. M' "' a hurried undertone to Ihe" shorlff,' sd Advertiser. o Semi-Week- ly Interior Joukke THE WOMAN ATHLETE ld " $500,000.00 to Loan 63-- 4 4m3M TBSsaGT 9sStmT n R. Zimmer, Groceries, Do- Fancy Foreign and o mestic Fruits, In"-si- first-class'mc- al R Zf MMER. wm&k - ti THE double-barrele- con-gres- -s EN-U- Y Post-Dispatc- h. C0UR1EH-J0UKNA- L Weekly I Farmers Rank&Trnst l. bo-co- 4 JLr v J J corn-Th- e I Mw LjTTu altsa-Mo- correct EiFn FIRST 8200,000 21,300 Ci P 1 i J i t 0 0 B li d, c D two-third- ai le lllo hi Jo of II bj foi hi! th. etll t?ra - da ont apii glvi tics the putt VJ-r- " & -t- t-h I'V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 180-- 1 Watch Danlcs' window thU week. SxBour prices in our "ftd." Wearon & Co. Two cottages on Whitley Avenuo for Miller & W. H. Helm. rent at $0 each per month. CHURCH AFFAIRS. BrANFonu, Kir., NoTEMnnu 2, Ruiiiibrs for men, women and cbil (lrnn. Smrorannn A Rnn Hides. Highest market price paid for them in cash by M, F. Elkin. ... Our new goods will bo in this week call and wo will interest you. Danks, the jewoler. K. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Fon $3,000 and $5,000 accident tickets at 25c per day call on J. II. Kirby, tho nsurance man. A" Si '$ - &y ! .A.- - Tub boring at the water works io proceeding night and day with gratifying MEAHS IUSIHE88. results. At a depth of 25 feot an artesian well wan struck, which flowed Boy yonr school books nd school sup 20,000 gallons in 24 hours and pumped 11. Penny's. piles oi all kinds at A. 30,000. It is tho intention of the comjewelry repaired Watches, clocks and Fon Rent.-- Residence occupied by B pany to boro until 100,000 gallons in and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Wearen. Price ili, m I'.iiy of any demand in the dryest weathat A. 11. Penny's. iy " Tiik largest stock of Drug. Medicines, monts. Thos. Richards, Stanford. er aio obtained and a sufficiency of warorlmnery, Painta and Wall Paper nt for two towns the size of Stanford Goon reports como from all over tho ter New Taylor Checks, New Novelties, A. H.l'enny's. Peacriptlons a special- and another railroad with twice tho district, with referenco to Gov. ,, amount now used. raco. Let Lincoln do him proud PERSONAL POINTS. and roll up 100 majority. Tub democracy has nominated four .. Mits Bihuik Givbns ia visiting MrB.W. excellent gentlemen for magistrates and the old corner-stonCulhank'b band Is composed of 10 Tho Methodist Preachers' AssociaE. Kills. conmouth pieces and two drums and it a like number of capable men for O , has resolved New Fur Capes, New Underwear, New Hosiery, New Gloves, Huston-vlll- e tion of Columbus, Alisa Noka MonELAND is visiting in New makes fine music. See the pxrado at 2 stable. In the Stanford and Danville. precincts Squires W, L. Dawson and agaimt a proposition to place billiard taZatnoh Cloth for Wrappers. o clock Wednesday evening next. It is MibsOvirMcohx, of Liberty, is visiJohn Bailey, experienced and good men, bles in Y. M. O. A. rooms. They assert a vry novel one. ting Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. have no opposition, nor have Thomas J. hit billard playing is necessarily related . Just back from the cities and our store is full of goods at lower prices Jack Kout ia spending a (ew days Col. W. O. Bradley is putting on airs. Benedict and Thomas Gooch. In the to Baloons and gambling. than ever. Honest goods at Honest Prices. One price Rov. J. H. Hopper spent Tuesday with his Bweotheart in Garrard. He went to Glasgow Wednesday on a Crab Orchard district, that sterling dem Mrs. J. W. Alcorn and Miss Mary Al- special train to fill his appointment to ocrat, R. II. Bronaugh, and J. P. Chan- night with his Bister, Mrs. U.S. Withers, to all. Goods marked in plain figures, speak there. If the L. A N. charged the dler have opposition, and great effort ia returning from his meeting at Corbin, corn went to Louisville yesterday. ;. FOR SPOT CASH. Mr. T. A. Kice, dispatcher on the main regular rate for tho train, the money ex- being made to dofeat them, but the whjch resulted in 17 confessions. Ten line, was up from Loulsvillo Weduesday. pended would havo bought more votes chances aro decidedly in their favor, and joined the Presbyterian church, six Mr, and Mrs. Tom Metcalf, of Jessa- for Dr. Hunter than the speech inado. wo urge tho democrats to work that they the Methodist and ono the Congregation-alists- . visiting Mr. and Mre. T.J. Fob-tbo elected. Squiro E. B. Caldwell, Jr., mine, aro Juixik W. E. Varnon says that any re- and Hendorson Bangh, in the Waynes-bur- g Rev. G. W. Young, the tall and lank from a visit port that ho is not giving the entire district, also have opposition, which disciple of prohibition, who epoko here Mil. J. U. Mersiion ia back - county ticket his full aud warm support DO YOU NEED should be easily overcome. The squire BH'eral times during the contest between to his brother, Jesso Mention, at Coris absolutely without foundation and that the wetland drys, was nominated for is a capablo man and bo is Mr. Baugb, bin. aaLHaLLLLILBLLLLLLL&BLLLLLtBK Jin. Ethel Scott went with his undo, he has never lost a chance to nrge its and tho democrats should boo that they Oangrees'.by tho prohibitionists in the 9th We add 01. W. 0. Bradley, on the Bpeclal to olection.such will also for wo could hardly aro given rousing majorities. It is the district, hut declined tho honor and ElIwliovo stories, tho judge would intention of the republican boss to have der Neal, of Grayson, was substituted. Glasgow. be wone than a base ingrato togo back tho mag.rurates in those two precincts of Plnevllle, Miss Jano Kuhn, of London; who Mr. C. W. Mktcalv, on tho party,which has always hdnorod elected, so Wc for Secretary of State, was hero that if he ia chosen he can had laid in bed for 30 years, without him. He could not alford to do so, oven walking a step, profeesed religion after a Wcilnesdav. run the fiscal court to suit himself. Let Mrs. Kittih Bornbidb and Mn. P. W. if thu inclination was . present. us show him that ho is reckoning with- t ilk and prayer by Elder J. G. LivingsFIT SCIENTIFICALLY. ton and being urged by the minister to Green visited the family of Mr. Joo out tiis host. Hon. D.G. Colbon was on Wednesday's Wednesday. get up and make an effort to walk, buq llurnsldo In Garrard train homeward hound. ABked if ho was Rev. Gicoiuik O. Barnes ia in better Will guarantee or no Pay. did so and in a day or two afterwards No Charge for Examination. Mb. J. A. Givbns left this week for going to withdraw, he replied: "I health and finer condition than he has walked to a pool and was baptized. Mr. 0., where ho will try lo withdraw ! I, the nominoo withdraw? Charlotte, tf. been for a long time, and his eloquent Livingston does not call this a faith cure. dispose of a mixed car load of horses The proposition is preposterous. It's all nppealH for o men to embrace his eweet and mules. It was Bimply the aeserlion of the will a lie about tho republican campaign com- doctrine of "God ia Love and Nothing Little Lucy Lek Walton, tho pet of mittee trying to get me oil the track. I Else," havo lost none of their old time power, which might havd been exercised with like result long before. the town, ia very ill and is threatened can beat Adams and Ktono with votes to ro and enthusiasm. Ho announced that The interest in the meeting at the with pneumonia. Her mother, Mrs. E. spare." His enthusiasm seemed to bo 1 ho was very Borry that his meetings con0. Walton, is also down with a sovere assumed, however, and his words Bound- flicted in a measuro with tho ones at the Christian church is broadening and wid cold. ed very much liko a man whistling to Christian church, but it was now or nev- ening, under the noble efforts of Elder Lowest prices, the latest styles and the W. E. Crabtree and many appear to be Has just what people want. Judcie W. M. Myfbs, onoof Casny keep his courage up. er, likely, that ho could visit his old anxiously was hero Wednesconcerned about their souls, -. rounty'a'best mon, Culhane's Minstrels at tho Olympic homo and tell his friends once more while several have already taken tho day. He says that tho "Stato of Casey" what a God ho know his savior to be. needful step. Mr. Crabtree is an unus thero has will do nil she can to send Mr. Stone to Tneatre. Notwithstanding In order that thero would be as little ually pleasant speauer. been a surplus of minstrels nt tho differCongrfM. lie nas an ex. . conflict as possible, ho does not begin his cellent voice, a fine flow of language and Mr. 0. 8. Primrose, the gentlemanly ent theatres in tho city in tho past fow sarvico at tho till that at the his words carry ttiat force and weight, auvance man for Culhano's Minstrels, weeks, this popular house was packed, church is over. This gives the congrega- which the earnestness of tho speaker ever brought to Stanford. I will complete my new price list this was hero yesterday and left his track and most enthusiastically applauded the tion tho chance to hear two sermons a them to. With such a pair as he week and OTHER HOUSES WILL BE NO MORE IN IT. upon many a board and wall; announc entire bill. Thero wero no chestnuts, night and many avail themselves of the and the faithful paBtor to implore oven the jokes of the end men were now, I have made the prices since my embark-men- t, God's log the coming of his troupe, Nov. 7. Come to headquarters. great privilege. Thu gospel that Bro. was blessing the Meeting must result in last and the Culhauo Minstrela made a hit Mb. Geohok R. Daiisey. who and will continue to make my customers prices that will cerBarnes preaches is just as sweet and the ing good. neighboring farm to the wri- and kept tho large audience in a contintainly induce them to pay cash. Call and see my elegant Fall stock. music that Miss Mario makes is as full of ter in Hanover county, Virginia, was uous roar of laughter from tho first to melody as of yore, and all go away feeland wedding presents. Holiday, birth-daNEW ADTEBTISEMENTH. here on busings Wednesday and we the last. St. Louis Globe Democrat. At ing that it was good to have been there. W. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. onjoyod with him a talk about old times Walton's Opera House, Wednesday, Nov. Sunday night will witness the laat serboyand the people -- o used to know in o mon. Next day Bro. Barnes goes to hood's happy days. Mr. Dabney hBB I Gen. GoiiDON.t-- It gives us much grat. for a week and then .direct with tho prospered in his business undertakings Ideation to announco that Gen. John B. troupo to Sanibel Island. and is now a member of tho wholesalo Gordon, a hero in war and a statesman All creditor! of the firm of Mrs. D. G. SlaughBy special request, Bro. Barnes will grocery company at Minefield, W. Va. in peace, will lecture at Walton's Opera preach ter & Son, doing builncss at Crab Orchard, Ky , at 2:30 Sunday afternoon, bo that are hereby notified to preterit, properly proven ai Always ready. This is our besides being largely engaged in the House on the evening of November 22, required by law, rnonthi Irom thii all who desiro to do bo may hear him. date, their claimiwithin three firm to the ugalnst said d coal business. Ho is a nephow of Dr. upon tho subject ho handles motto. athlt office. 537 W. Main St., Louisville, o'clock service the same bo charm The eight GEO. W.STKOTHEH. Ky. It. I Dabnoy, the distinguished Presby- ingly and eloquently, "Tho Last Days of night will closfl tho meeting. At sign co Mrs. I). G. Slaugter A Son. terian dovine, who was aide to Stonewall tho Confederacy." This is outside of tho t Oct. 30, '04. Jackson In the struggle for tho lost cause. regular Iecturo courmj and is an indifrom Saturday CmcuiT Coukt spent vidual enterprise of thu writer, who till yeaterday principally in trying the CITY AND VICINITY. wants his peopiu to hear of tho days thai caso of Isaac Hamilton vs. the engineers tried mon's souls by an activo participant for $0t9 for a hall at Rowland, and it was goods. Severance & Son. New ilrem New Cloth Capes, New Jackets, in tho tragedy, and tho message of broth- worse than time lost, for the jury hung, By virtue ot taxes amounting to $10.67 besides New cloth ami lur capes. Saveraifcn A erly love he brings. The guaranteo for as the ono did at a previous court. New h Cloaks, New Misses costs and commisslnn,due to the town ot Stanford Kentucky, by J. S. Murphy lor the year 1S93, Son. of the sheriffs wero in court will On None which tho general comes is"a very largo and Children's Cloaks and the Fyv Tuesday wheu Judge Sanlley was ready choicest line of Six tncti stove pipe, 10c per joint. W. ono and we hope our people will see that 1894, Nov. we aro reimbursed tho amount at least. to open court, so he called on Henry LoWearen A Co. II. ot M. and a P. M., at ltetween Wo do not care to mako a cent out of tho gan, tho colored janitor, who with much the Courtthe houridoorto A. Stanford, Lincoln Co., House in Englaud piano for sale. Call engagement. Our only deeiro is that tho pomposity said, "Court are now open ss Ky., expose to public sale to the highest bidder Nick New so for cash in hand, the Having been cither much thereof as may betallowing pioperly (or the people of this section shall hear tho great to adjournment." on James Mention. nccesiary to satisiy in jail or around tho lecturer and not cost us too much. bo long amount of the taxes aloresaid due and costs) .. Just received a full line of fino teas. ho is nearly as well up in court business Ever brought here. We keep a W. II. Wearen A Co. FOBTV ACRES OF LAND I Tub republican liars aro reporting that as (lie oilicers. full line of J. B. &P. D. Corsets, - On the Tho grand jury has found about 10 in- Bounded as lollows-Honeyville, West by the by S. storo is full of brand John B. Mention, who was a candidate on the South Full AOAIN.-O- ur leadinc to and the best and cheapest line of A before thu democratic primary for jailer, dictments aud adjourned till II ltiughman, on the East by Mrs. M. C. Ilcrni nw goods of every kind. Severance is sulking in the camp and will ahow hia side, onthe North by the St. Asaph Branch, The is likely that all the bunicess be- propertyof said J. S Murphy levied on by me as when it Ladies and Gentlemen's under-war- e Bon. . marsnaf and tax collector of said town, to disgust for the party he has always sup- fore it will bo completed. we have ever offered. You satisfy the taxes and commission and costs aforeNew sorghum, pickles, evaporated ported, by voting tho full republican Frank Hoguo, indicted for voting in said. Amount of tax on property. $1950, 117 6 who want Winter Shoes or Boots, oat ticket. Wo knew it could not bo so for cost of $ for fruits, raisins, currants, prunes, rice, for Stanford, when Hustonville is his prop- per cent, penally raised, Jjj.67. levy. Total to be either ladies' or gents' don't fail tQ meal, cracked wheat, all now goods, at Mr. Mersiion is a gentleman and an O.J NEWLAND, er place, demurred tho case out of court. " City Marshal of Stanford. 68 man, and is not a democrat for Higgins & McKinney's. Co. Tho Aultman Miller Machine examine ours before buying. They are not one of a kind but many reyenno only. He told a reporter of this through Jutlgo It. I .Jacobs, comproof each kind and all cheap. Brighter prospects are visible from every Tub Young Ladies' Missionary of tho paper that tho statement was a lie out of mised tho $10,000 libel suit brought by oyster point of the compass and we joyfully confess that trade is much betPresbyterian church will give an Miss whole cloth, and that he would give our James P. Crow against it, for $500 and evening. ter with us" because we sell more goods for a silver dollar than ever Bupper Thanksgiving ticket a warm support. Mr. Mershon is tbo costs, which amount to $300. The Come and try it. before. Annlo Green, President. s. not of the order of another man of the de- company accused the plaintiff of Jly virtue ot taxes amountlug to $7.40, besides costs and coiumiiiion, due the city of Stanlord. on tho Ilustonvlllo plko near feated, who has not only gone over to the Ky., by Mrs. M. J. Miller tor the Terr 1893, 1 will town, a black Bilk bag, containing Bomo enemy, but ia to be mado a deputy if a Tho trial of Will Hale for the murder on money and embroidery. Return to Mra certain man ia elected. Somo people of George Pennington, was begun yesNov. 1894. havo a peculiar idea of honor, if they terday, aftor Borne difficulty in obtaining J. E. Farris and receive reward. Between the hours of io A. M. and a P. M., at the i have any at all, and not only loso the door in Stanlord. Lincoln County, a jury. Messrs. Miller & Helm represent the highest Ky., expose to Another democrat has been born inlo of their former political friends, but tho accused. The jurors aro: John Hard, for cash In had.public sale to property (or sobidder much the following the world and he will wear the name of are regarded with suspicion and contempt J. R. Hales, Robert Barnett, Reuben Cur- thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount and statesmen of the taxes aforesaid due and costs, ono of tho best democrats by their new found associates. variety. Handsomest line ever brought to r, tis, 0. Vanoy, Alex Holtzclaw, W. E- ol tho day. Brodhead's OF LAND. Parlor Lamps in greatStanford. We also lead in Amon, H. J. Darst, O. Reynolds, David FIFTEEN" ACRES Rev, A. J. Tike, lias named tho Turf negroes in town proved by not at Bounded as follows: On the West by the Stan Thomas Simpson, R. L. Hubble. ford A Danville turnpike, on the North by Mra. latest addition to his family, James tending the speaking of the negro orator, Scott, Baker, on theKast by 11. C Warren and Geo. B. of our model Congress M. B. McGeo, that thoy aro nothing In honor Cooper, on the South by R. C. Warren, Cooper, more MATRIMOmMIATTERS. by I'axten nd Kmbry. The property of aaid Mrs. man, whom we are going to than dumb driven catttle, subject to the M. J. Miller levied on bv me as marshal and tax the taxes of an increased majority noxt Tuesday, J. T. Rowe, of Dayton, Mo., shot collectorand said town to satisfyAmount ofand comcommands of bosses moro exacting than tax on costs aforesaid. mission i killed himself, on the property $7.31, 6 percent, penalty for non payBlavo boldera ever wero. Only six were his rival and then SnoTAND CLUniiED. What Bob Whitment 43c, Ja cost for levy In order to cover the present, honorable exceptions to the ig- day he was to be married. cost ot such advertisement and notification. ' ley regards aa a deliberate attempt to kill Call and See a Beautiful Line. amcunt toberais.d 9.74o Miss Mattio Thompson, tho Harrods-bur; NKWLAND ho is a democrat, and which norant horde, who staid away by orders him because maMarshal City of Stanford. beauty, is married at laBt, after 63 of their lord and master, Boss Davison, lookfl very much like It, was mado at one night. who controls their bodies and souls. Mc. ny rumors to that oilect. She is Mrs. of tho colored churches the other JOHNSON'S Gee might have been given a respectful Davis now and the transition was mado MAGNETIC OIL! He saya be went In thero and wbb jibed hearing, but be is a at the home of Secretary Carlisle in democrat and in tho IntUnt Killer ot Pain. by the crowd" pnd when ho retorted thoy -Washington In royal stylo. Internal and External. out and ahot and clubbed, eyes of the average negro, and those who CMres 1WKUMATISM, NEURAL forced him Mr. F. D. Wilkinson, the clever use him for their base purposes, that is Ltmio Back. Sprains, Urtilscx. OlA, shooting and him. Ed Simpson did tho 2.RwelltriKi, SUIT Joints, COLIO and young barber, became a Benedict last (JJIAM1 o insmuuy. i;aoiera mar- lodged In tho shoulder and is thu unpardonable fin. McGeo is a Binart the ball W. E.Arbus, oroup.iJiptnona, core inroui, arrested and .the negro and is a good talker. He truly night. Hedrovo with Rev. UKADACIlllttSlf by magic Btill there. Ho was nold and O. H. Sedatn to Danville in the THP. HORSE BRAND, Inveatlgato tho caso to- said, Ins race would never amount to grand jury will renetratliigLlnlmentfor Mai. politically till thoy cast the "glass front" and at 7 o'clock was bound themost Powerful and Large slio day Tho negroeB claim that Bob was anything tl "5c, Wo. elze mc in the holy bonds of matrimony to Misa or Beast In existence. entl'roly at fault, but the proacriptivo shackles of the republicans from thoin ' JOHNSONS ORIENTAL SOAP. Ia keceiving His formerly of Mt. Sterling, Edna Fletcher, Medicated and Toilet. The Great Skin Cure and evinced towards tho negro orator and acted as become men, not as chattels. spirit e mon to be a very haudsome Fboo Beautlfle. Ladlae will find It Soap on s Tho incident proves that money and not who is Bald Jolloato and highly perfumed Toilet -:- elves color to tho impreaaion that -:- Makes lady. The now couple will make tho market. Ills abaolutel pure. lOft the young COm- kin n and valvar anil roi.toros the bad a big hand In tho matter and argument is the only direct avenuo to ! a sevorely me nearis oi me majority oi tne no their home here, where many frienda PJlexionl 'Is.1.Ib luxury lor thnanaln nuu inianis. .l.aA.M meisainior tlprttvtntua UvUUlH, tivnunvo tunpvniu anil vvu4vvvi tho Rullty parties should be Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. join,in hearty congratulations. tfiejrrawtaoxaulr. MCoSSo. For tale by groes. , ex-ce- ss The man who thinks his church will boost him into the confidence of fellow men regardless of his daily walk is worshipping at the Bhrlne of strange gods. Rov. W. F. Vaughn will hold quarterly meeting services at the Methodist church at 10:30 a. m. Saturday, at the the usual hour that night and on Sun day morning and evening. Tho ladies of the Methodist Church cleared $237 on tho banquet thoy furnished tho Odd Fellows buring the re- cint meeting in this city of tho Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. Paris News. Tho famous Five Points Mission in Now York is being redullt. At tho ceremony of laying tho corner-ston- e recently, tho samo Bible was placed in it which had boen for 30 years in the cavity of e. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE r " New Corset?', lNew Storm Serges, New Henrietta, New Serges, m New Silks for Waists, Hew Silkc for Waists, Haw Cloth. Capes, m r. SPECTACLES? can-ilidiV- to aFit BANK the jrMWMLMHL 11 mnrIRRSI Most Complete Stock Of Furniture court-hous- e, en-tit- lo rata-olo- n y Dan-vill- 1TOTICE MORE NEW THINGS New 40-inc- ! under-stcoe- Marshal's SALS FOB. TA2ZES. Saturday, 20, Ft Capos. 1 fir Tjfe)l - H) court-hous- e it: ccun-tvro- ad to-da- y, " & h if Ik Black and Fancy Dress Gootis hon-orab- lo Marshal's SALE FOB. TAXES. Saturday, Court-Hous- it-Lo- crook-pnes- HUGHES & TATE. 20, ct e LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. it: preacher-post-maBte- Mc-rirpur- v re-ele- ct i To-t- a. Queensware, . Glassware. &c. FARRIS & HARDIN. H.6.R0PLEY,- g Ia -- ffi'raW illtflfaltHSMIttJk. AND poll-tie- FALL WINTER -:- GOODS. punished. WUik 5a&LMiBWiQL3- - a- ,Ca-- . tXA-tf- . ).& So Semi-Weekly Are You Laying Up Any Money These Hard Ttmea? Evory year of my lifo I nm moTo aud AT nioro impressed that financial indopond-ouc8C IJ2R YiCAB IN- AE VANOM for our sex is tho key to tho wholo not opaid 32.60 wilt b charged."1 Hr l'nlth In the IVrmaiicut Freedom of woman qnostion. Women havo as good Quarantood Cure. DR. W. B. the United Stnte llrltons Do Not lie. right to work for thoir living as men We atithoriie our ndvertiieddrunclt taiell you Pro.iioct of American Com- havo unless thoy arc tho Jolce lit the Dr. King' New DUcovery for Coniumntion, mothers of Cough and Coldi. upon tint condition: It you petition In tlie World's Trade. littlo children that rcquiro their care. are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Office South Hide Main St., In office rCnUy Throat or Clival Trouble andwill ue thia remedy vunted by Dr. Lee V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. If tho facts narrated in tho news col That is tho dictum of cqinmoii souse. I according to direction, mvinc Ita lair trial ana nmns of tho papers timt Mr. Wilson, harp npon it always. But oven tho sxpertnee no bene lit, yen mav return the bottle When necesary. nu have your moue relunued. Wo could not chairman of tho ways and means com- - mother of littlo children should havo her mala thia offer If we did not know that Dr King . . ... .a ;.ougnt rocuporntion in au regular wages, so that sho will havo au New Dlicoverycould be relied upon. It never it tee, Jiau K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. dliappoinu. Trial bottlei free at A. R. I'euuy ocean trip and lmd boon tondorod n ban- inoomo of hor own. It is only through Dealer n drugstore. Large lire 50c and $1. quet by tho Loudon Chamber of Com- iguoranco, I am sure, that men liko to Train navo Kowund at 7:00 a, m., returning merce and had inndu somo remarks keep thoir wives in n s.tnto of financial it 5:20 p.m. thoro in responso to a toast; if theso hlavory. With tho vanity of poor, weak, L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. facts had, wo say, escaped tho notice of human nature, thoy perhaps think it When JUliy tcm I1c, wh Rave her CniorK Ky. .H37 P"n Mail train going North . ...113pm tho readers of Republican papers when adds to their own importance and South................ When h vnu a Child, ho cried for CastorU. they appeared in tho nowa items, tho 11 51 pni "' South. .. Cxprai train to bo abloto crack tho pecuni . ..jMAtn ......... When wie 1khiho 5IU she clung to CnMnrla Koith. ,.936 am doxtrous and vorsntilo commentators on ary whip over a woman and subject Local Freight North.... ........ When ahe had tlilUlren, she s vet hem CawrU. ,o;pm events in tho editorial columns havo her to painful degradation by compelling ' GRAHAM South... Vha latter train alio catrr passenger fully acquainted them with thorn. her to ask for overy dimo sho needs to I a candidate lor Comtable In the HI;hUnd on standard time. Solar and ITtreo of n Kind. ti,. They, tho unfortunato readors, havo spend avntaourg.Ma-literDUtrict, tubftct to the and account to them for it. If men tma ia about ao minutes fader. Thero was a timo whon Govornor boon told that it was eminently proper lion of the republican party. thoy only know! Tho only was thought worthy to bo taken that Mr. Wilson should lly to England truth know, if QUEEH & CRESCENT ROUTE. is that thoir wives aud daughters seriously, Tho Rtalo platitudes and shalas soon as tho tariff act wiw-- law to -lio to them constantly and deceive thorn. low sophistries which ho continues Going North train pas Junction City as fo- a recoivo tho thanks of tho only peoplo ho to Heady lor Service. All tutiject 10 register. ApVestibule starts 0 a. ra.Vei-tibulTlio man comes to bo looked on as a enunciate ns solemn llow: ply to J. M McKoterti, Stanford, Ky. nro Limited y p.m. Local t:io p. m.. Florida had served, and it was most fitting that miser and an unfeeling master. If the making him ridiculous truths eye fast ORCHARD. LAWN, QARDEH. in tho thoy should rcceiro him with open of Limited 3:13. a. m. to niako n present to hor thoughtful students of economic ques- -' Sj.un-- N O. v'eitibule u tS p. m. Florida Kor twelve arms and foto and toast him as thoy wifo wantsbrother, sho tips p. m. m. Local 11:55 Limited tho wiuk to tions. Anothor mouth's campaigning $1,500' WANTED. rvonthi. Will A full nock ef Kruit and Ornamental Treei, Veatibule arrives 8:40 p. m. would any other gentleman who had mother or cent, inter. the grocer and dressmaker and orders will probably sufllco to fix his status as ffivc nr.tthu arcurttv and Light Small Vine, rendered them n distinguished and Call on J II. I'AXTON, Attorney, Manfud Shrub, thing Ktuiti, Urapa at uch Aiparagu and every uiually found an eiub. that so many dollars shall bo added to a statesman in tho samo olass with Joo eit. profltablo service llilimcnt. Try u on pricai. We do not tell their bills. I know n wifo, a kindly, in- Cjumou and Tom Reed. Exchange, through agent but direct to the planter. CataGovornor JIcKinloy has followed his T?rD1, "PTPATrP . I nrnviiir: nnc location logue on application. 11 I'Jll 1 woman, who has her 9 editorial leadors with remarks to his dustrious littlogoods nforchant systemII. F. HILLKNMKVER, it o cured will board party renting it. Mm. grocer nnd dry We Mny Havo n 8hnkeanrar KeWrnl. ") Leilngtoa, Ky. lio E. Ilailoy, McKlnncy, Ky. audiences in tho samo strain, and tho atically put articles on their bills at n Ls tho rovivnl of interest in Napoleon affair rises into ono of international im- higher price than they really charge which is everywhere manifested secret port and ono of primo political or partiv, e, joni I. T JONU, MUU. merly encouraged by tho supporters of importance. AInch is made of mi- Tho old man pays tho grocer'H and Son. S.e 45190 fet. Poeion Jan. I, ioj. san chant's bill, and tho littlo wifo has thus Apply to S I. tiiatg, Stanford, Ky. tho man who looks liko nor matters in times of political stress, own pocket money. If so, wo may soon look for n reand tho attention givon this dinner is a small fund for her bo crafty and I toll you womon will vival of interest in Shnkespoare, enI another gauge of tho paucity of re & men are unjust. It follows couraged by tho fupportors of Recti, the sources to which tho exponents of tho as tho night tho day. Girls ought to man who looks liko Shakosponro. Eos you will find one ol 'ho fine! At my Hor ouco g. o. p. are reduced. things and think over thorn tcu Globe. Ky. itock ofMifllnery and Embroidery Material ever Mr. Wilson made two points in his know thcho brought to Stanford, lhave paid caih for my goodi tiSol proprietor Dean" lllack Diamond Hoof speech that nro worthy, tho ono of tho well boforo thoy marry. Tho right woy They '.uy Hope l'or n llonnty. Msolofely bo for a husband to set nsido a and tell them lor cah, to Imv tht you will le Paint, Ktllmale furnuntd for palming Wood, lion attention of our people, tho other of will part of tho money ho earns for Mr. Mcia.'iloy'; approvnl or tho Lott forced to buy Irotn me. An examination will con- Metal and paintedKooft hailifjciion Guaranteed. proper Allruolt with Dean' lllack Dumumi those whoso .representatives ho address I'aint guaranteed for year Dealtri In his wife's wages as housekeeper and isiana boua'f grabbers is cucouragiiirt vince you and you aie invited to make it, ed. tern Tump and Calvanuetl Iron Filler. bet elf aro being rapidly sobered, " "Wo MRS. A. A McKINNEY. to tho tur-'They, too, mr..t A cream of tarter baking pow- ho said, "by tho truth forced npon us nurse. That is tbo only just plan. Whero hopo for a bounty should McKiulcyV women earn money of thoir own, of der. Highest of all in leavening that of all human governments a freo courso thoy nro independent. Thoy need ideas provatl. Exchange, Latest United States government is tho most complex, and not bo liars; they need not humiliate Hie strength. A judging from tho world's cxporicuco tlio themselves into tho oarth by resorting XtlGT Chief F. B. RILKY,Proprlotor, bhnlio n Leg. Government Food Report. MI11 Moore will arrive October lit, with everymost uncertain and bliort lived." Chiofs Last noreo nnd Dull Kuifo of thing th.t li new and nobby in the way of disgraceful frauds havo menLondon. - - - Kontuoky. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., For this ho has been sovorely criticis- to tho For tli i:i nud for I many other Buffalo Bill's Wild West Indian tribo tioned. ed by his opponents in tho press and on gavo n wardanco boforo n kiuotocopo nivdixx-iXjiiNrEi"- "lhave moved to my new HetaHand am bettar 100 Wall Stroot, New York. prepared than ever to accommodate th public tho stump. Eut Mr. Wilson was amply reasons let every woman who earns in Edison's Jaborntory recently, nnd tho money savo a part of it, however small Pleat call and examine my .lock before buy- Oood Llecry attached and every coaveaieac justified in his observation. Ho had just very next day Chiefs Hnrrihon and thai! be the loweil. '1 hanking ing Mypiict Give men call. A. S. nliy, favor, como from a prolonged nud but partial- her pay may be. Even 25 cents a weok rRANK K1LKY. H went through n veiled and dec- you for will amount 10 many dollars in courso KAlh DLDDbRAR,.Manager. ly successful strugglo with baneful and SURGEON DENTIST. of time. Then when ono has as innci as orous modification of tho came danco solfish trusts which had fastoncd themDrug Store in the new mvu.--t it. Often sho m in tho grand old party laboratory nt InOffice over McRobert I selves on tho government nnd swerved $500 sho can Owsley Building. invest it sooner by buying building lets dianapolis. Exchnuge. Stanford; .. At the wet known old ttand ol J. II. Green, In its powers to their gain. exIn actual conflict with tho trusts ho in n good locality. Economy can bo 1'rotectlon Ammunition. buy- 1 in the cltlo Miu l.rSnr mr tilmmtr. - - Kontuoky. had found them, as ho says, "abloto' ercised in dress better than anywhore and I will , It scorns to bo a mattor of sonio doubt in? tnv Fall and Winter Stock, JarbeeaBd not ma Hu8tonvlllo, Buy plain, substantial articles of her purmy uiual fall trip. Iloth Mlt ,Hai Juil received a beautiful Una of whothor tho tiu pinto plants woro built tvtj iuu jiivr nun uau uiu vtuuuii wvy will arrive ne i week aud you aie cordially drow from sharing in tho power of taxa- good quality, especially for garments to to manufacture tiu pinto or to produco chase to call. . invited Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Lgo to work nnd business in. tion to incrcaso their privileges, capital .for tho protection campaign. MISSLICCIi: IIEAZLEY, Furnituro and Stoves. . SUnferd,Ky. elections and corrupt legislaMrs. Mary E. Crosby of Capo Cod is St. Louis tion." Uow can n republio stand when tho owner of a fast horse, which sho Call and tee hit nock and ret hi prlcei which arc lower than anybodyi. If you want a nice ct Thin Hielleil Chestnuts, such is tho case? How can wo say that horsolf drives on tho raco .track. Hor of barnm, a whip or a duller McKinloj tariff stories aro called it is a republic, a freo country, whoro husband approves of her fad, aud sho Hinder Twin for late. such conditions exist? It is true, as ho niako3 a favornblo impression wherever chestnnts nlso because, unliko tho Jack- Shorten and quicken between says, that this exposition of tho power sho goos. This lady jockey drovo Julia sonian hickory uut, they nro not hard of tho trusts and monopolists, craftily Wilkos at tho Manchcster(N. H.) races, to crack. Philadelphia Times. . T gained whilo tho attention of tho peoplo defeating Freeman in 2:24. A corro-wa- s Only tho Wenk Intelloct. diverted, has, rapidly sobered tho 6noudent of tho Chicago Herald says of Only Direct Line between Every man who believes ho can lift Frankfort, Georprotown nnd Paris, peoplo to a sciiso of thoir dnngor and Mrs. Crosby, "Her racing colors aro rod, tho dangers to their institutions aud and very fotchiug sho looks when clad himself by his loot straps has been enP. W. GREEN, Prop. Oarlislo, Mnyavillo, Oynthlnna, aroused them to tho overthrow of thoir in hor jockey cap nud waist of this couraged by Governor McKinloy's Falmouth and Oovinjrton. IUKI ,.For a., 6peeches. St. xjbnis enemies. 'It is tho confidence in this warnihuo." ThUrtaMe, which U run n connection with th via Kentucky Midland, Train Ask for ticket Mycr Houie, ba been lupphed with Refreshing Bath.Ho't or Cold, feeling of tho peoplo that ruado Mr. run by Central standard lime. Ouo of tho romnrkablo features of Wilson say that, complex nnd difficult' TiniTabl4 Jnnc 94, 1894. political campaign is tho wom Tfie Iron Ore Duties. X itylUh Hair Trimjor CUan Shave, go to A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, ns is tho administration of tho affairs of tho fall No j. No. 7. No. 1. Tlio condition of tho steol factories TRAINS EAST. p. m. p. tu. Buggies, Wagons, Shop. a ropublio nud thort lived ns othors en's crusade against Tammany in New a. rn. . Cook fc 'Farmer's ;Barbor 00 4 10 York city. Tho namo of tho ladies' or- cast of tho Alleghauies nud tho develop- Leave Kranklort A 7 00 havo been, freedom hero will not per10 nn ' 7 4 6 Summit.. ruKimcr'tSupphet and It better than erei Gov- El. norn. .'........... 7 11 prepai, nupply the public with ish, and that "whilo other nations ganization is the Women's Good influ- ment of tho Mesaba deposits will con41 ...IF YOU AKE GOING 18 I 40 ernment union. Sonio of tho most to show how desirable it is that Switicr 43 tinue .........7 havo beou groat in war, commerce, , a 00 S 4 38 " Stamping Ground.? 18 RIQ3 OK AI.I, KINDS. New York aro taking tho duty should bo wholly qnt off, and 10 Duvall... ...... ....-- 7 34 4 44 6cicuco, etc., wo can bo great in all and ential womon in a to Perianal and promplalleution givanlo part in tho work. Tho awful revelations it will not bo forgotten next winter 4 3 7 40 lohnion Weddlnr ..THE . great in tho greatness of permanent 4 J7 JJ Paruea and Ilurial. " GeorBctown....ll ...7 46 inado boforo tho Lexow committee of that a houto bill removing the duty has soo C. S. Depot... .... .7 iS 5 oj freedom." W. OR KEN, s J New York 3 " Newton ...t oS AI HURNS.Manager Proprietor Mr. Wilson said nothing that his au tho rottonuess of municipal government s been reported in thoseuntc. 3 35 5 at Cntrcville..........-.- 8 16 in tho big city stung thorn into it. Help-los- Times. I to 3 45 ditors had not known and thought of " Klirbth...... i 5 onos of their own hex wero black- 400 Arrive n.....C.....m. 8 30 long ago vhou ho warned thorn of tho Morton. Iiiroiuit Will lie Taxed. mailod aud maltreated without mercy coutcs. for tho trado of tho world which Republic- Opposed ns tho New York many they would havo to meet when this by policemen. The condition of TRAINS WEST. No. 1. No. 4. No. S No. 11 of tho hospitals aud houses of detention nns are to income taxation in general, a. nt. ! ui. a. m 440 :P.W. GREEN, Proprietor. R. country shall havo removed tho barriors Louisville a Nashville R. 6 03 4 45 filthy they nro unanimously and enthusiastic- Lve Pari ...,C......io 00 6 is io 10 has raised between her own manu- in which women are confined is J Klli.beih.. it Arr : : : Kentucky. 6 19 and frightful beyond description, and ally in favor of levying a tax on Mr. Arr Cenwevlile.... -- 10 14 facturers and tho world's markets with women nro often treated liko dumb Morton's income. St. Louis . 10 It the line for you, ai Itt 5 40 Arr Newtown 67 600 641 her absurd tariff nets and enabled thoni - 93 ArrC. S. Depot I am (till running thli 6 4S ArrGtorgctown U 10 J7 Hotel aad to outer foreign markots on equal tonus brutes by tho officials in charge. It was Soo 11 47 will continue tagive myguMtuhe polite! Arr JohtiMn m. Makejcloie connectlona at Another Demorrntlo Victory. (10 6 S7 a well a the belt the market alTordi. 3.5 with her greatest competitor. Whon timo for tho women to start a crusade. ........io Arr Duvall 830 703 Most of tho organs of tho Republican ArrStamp'g Grouud tioo 7 3 b JC A young lady friend of miuo is buildILOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI our capacity to produce, now equal to Arr Swiuer... ,.....-i- l 10 pocial Attention to tho Travel11 17 nil our needs in six mouths of activity, ing n beautiful homo or herself and party havo nbandoned tho job of reduc- Arr Klkhorn all point!. For 90s ! J 7 6 9 J ing tho wages of worilngmcn under tho ArrKuinmit ing Public. Sho is n bo fully occupiod in making tho her mother in New Jersey. 11 7 35 THROUGH shall 93 things wo and tho world want, Eng- stenographer and ouo who is not n new tariff, lliat is another Democratic Arr Frankloit...A L. .V 30 N. unto jouwania A connect with turnout come to my For any information eaqulre of land will havo to look to hor laurels of slouch, but who understands her busi- victory. Chicago Herald. li connect with Q .V C. and L. S. inKS. IUCE. Aeent. K. C. Stanford, Kyi C Connect with IXVERY sho gets trado and commerco, or thoy will bo ness perfeotly. Or SUNDAY TRAINS. W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pan. Agent, transferred to tho brows of Undo Sam. good pay. Sho laid up first enough Price to mil the hard time. Call or leare order Ky Georgetown in a. Junction City, Buciln'sArnlca Salve. It was this cortaiuty of tho futuro whon monoy to pay for tho ground Then sho The. belt wive In the world tor cut, brniteia m.Leave Franklort 900a.n1; arrive Franklort 00 39 at the Mycri Ilouic Olhcc 11 Lve Georgetown 10 371 A. G. Lanhsm wo reach freo trado that impelled Mr. got money from tho building association lore, ulcer, lalt rheum, fever orc, tetter, chap- p. m. Kentucky Midlind Ralwayand connecJohntB. Cattleman. Tho . Wilson to toll his audieuco that "I fear to put up tho house. She has had much ped handi, chllblaiui, corn and all kin JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGKK. ihorteat and chcapc.t It pontively cure pile, or no pay requir tion! form the Eait, North and We.t. route to all I cannot nsk you to rejoice at its adop- enjoyment in planning it out and deco- ad. It i guaranteed to i;ive perfect latiifaction point SViuih, Kor further information apply to their agenti. YEAGER & YEAGER, tion excert as yon may prefor right rating it according to her own taste. Soon tr money refunded, l'ico 35 cent per boa. Agent. C I). IIKllCAW. Gen Pa GF.O. II, IIAKPKIt.Uen Supt principles to selfish advantage," thoro will bo a delightful houso warm- For il by A. R. Penny, Stanlnrd, Kv. AND TUIIW SIABLE, HVBI, It is 12 years ago now that Josoph ing in tho home. It always gives mo Medill, thou and uow tho editor in ploasuro to think of my young lady's Special lUlei to Commercial Men. chiof of tho Chicago Tribnue, of tor his now house. STANFORD, KY, roturn from a trip to England, deliverI know anothor capablo nnd industried nn nddrcss to tho farmers of Illinois ous young woman stenographer in a II jounced liery give ui a call. Nothing but tint-cl-a turnouts will lca e our stable, bee u in which ho predicted tho sonio result lawyer's office and herself a law senlor rate. In our freo &CASTLEMAN fromsaid in trado that Mr. Wilson did tient who has already built a largo and and conversation with English handsome honsu for herself aud hor HARNESS SHOP MANAGERS, rt manufacturers thoy told him that thoy mothor's family. Sho gots fairly good )iU '". ?." J Kod Maoitment of Ilameei, dreaded tho day when Americau manu- pay. Sho, too, waited till Saddli,.. Havo your ropainng done our man he undcntandi hi buiincai. We haveby a Commerce Building, Louisvillo facturers would bo permitted by their paid for and then borrowodhor lots wero monoy from mechanic in our laws to enter into competition with n building association to put up hor And TORNADO. Temporary cilice at D. Wi Vnndtveer store. Agents throughout the South. BLACKSMITH SHOP. them in tho world's markets. They house. For less than tho largo family Will guarantocfir.t.cla workUazi' aitUractory Agent, wero well content with our policy, which paid for rout boforo thoy aro now pay77". A. T3IBBLE, Local price, liv our hore ihoer. restricted our wares nlmost exclusively ing for this lovely home. Almost any mac1,iSeVnreinnnne Mch,ne.he "U.t draft STANFORD, K.Y. to our homo market aud left them not girls who got good wages can do as only thoir own, but tho markots of tho woll, if tho will and spirit nro there. Portland. rest of tho producing world. St. Paul San Fnncisco Ouo of tho successful plnys of tho Globe. . year is Alico Ives' "Great Brooklyn IS NOT SATISFIED Planter nud the Sugnr IJountjr. Handicap. " It was performed in tho If tho sugar bounty had not been abol- Grand Opera House, Now York city, publlihed In ".'J.1 the SouthJ' It o cover IhoVoughly tho ished, it wor I this year havo nmouut-e- d to n packod audience, oud ono which whole field; to vi.it regularly every reading .mily VIA to $22,0,000. Next year it would fairly raised tho roof with its enthusiin the South, sA To uo thli, it ubcrlpilon price ha been havo been 10,000,000, and thero would asm. As o;io of the polished newshavo beon a continual increase. No paper critics remarked, "It is tho box ' WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Roducod wonder tho pl.tutorb' moral sensb has office that guttles tho success of a $1.50 taaQuon a,l Creieent nnl li IT sillti i)Mrl' It mm that been somowhat blunted. Tho tempta- play." Miss ,Ivos was called boWwc, 1 fiutia'.i.i ' La ir.uuiaii.lla ikufiMt r'nebsli! I.. A Year. (irlt.u: luuD.ibrtwt tion is no small one. St. Louis great'iharii MEi'.Ul.rlitUbuaU jMk.unrlU., llorlili. foro tho curtain nnd npplnuded fV) t0UI'Vlttt.KtWAt8Ar.TSCHICA;0 Rti.o- ('b.Uuuil to Cbaiuauu-AiLuu, or Beginning with the October Number. BUT the ly. In this play tho author has capght Maganne will continue to grow in quality and to SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS tho popular fad for hrno racing and rnnercal PTJLLMA1TSA1TD in strong all ef the above rem"- Throor h C.n to Vkkiknr rl Fkrtr Tho full namo of tho Republican athletic sports aud painted it Words of Praise it'Recoives. hi, Oulr IId. mnalmf lliroii'H in Clneiinatt ta KnoxrWft atl PARLOR OARS. colors. A horse raco and n girls' bicy5mt1U., ;. C. DlfMt llu. ta T.ik. nl ileik.i via New llrle.ni it nomiueo for Governor of Connecticut is I'kflhrcreport. Aik aitau aUintt,un ta Califumla. Pruiii IbIitUU, cling tour aro two of tho features which "The Scuthern Magaiioe a handiomely ElnltiyrlIlo.nl Itwrenclmra, tllrwit coaacttluu li u4 .1 LfiloiUa ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE Orpheus Vincont Coffin. L is o'uggestivo and well edtcd literary roagailno, able to tlh v.tllul4 trilt. In all ixilat buuth. Looking at tho gallery gods compare without dufavor with the belt monthly W. C. RIXCAKSOX, - CARS. vi an old fashioned Republican fuucrcl. makevigorous scones howl. DINING throughout, it is RUNNING tho Journal ol the metropoli." Heview of Reviews. Ocn'l I'an'r Afcat, ClactnatU, 0. New York Mercury. May, 1894 hardly jwssiblo to realise tlint tho play WRITE TO Our cltculitlon ha Increaied tenfold la QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. was written by a mito of a lady with v Hut IIu'U I'lnldi Second. . A, year, but we are after the 100,000 mark. the put C. H. BACON. D. P. A-Ky.F. J ItEED. G. P. Chfcago.'Ili of Send 10 cents tor .ample copy 10 Louitville, Whntever the result may bo in Now perhaps the smallest hand nud foot I.THE SOUTHEItN MAGAZINE, York, Piatt will give Morton a good run any grown woman in New York. Denver. for liis money. Philadelphia Times. Liuuville, Ky Eliza Arcuaud Conner. St. Paul. Interior Journai WILSON IN ENGLAND. MADE IN HIS SPEECH THE LONDON BANQUET. WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. Pabllabod Evory Tuosday and Friday POINTS JM-W- AT o 6 OR. 8 PAGES. h 111 To Tkxab. Tho Queen &. Orrscont Eonto will sell tickets to Texas, November 0th, at ono faro for tho round trip plus $2. Tickets on ealo from stations Cincinnati to Merldnn: exclusive (except Gadsden.) Good to return twenty days from date of sale. Choice of routes via Now Orleans or via Shroveport. Solid vestibuled trains to New QrleniiB Short line nnd quick time. Tiik Lkxinoto.v Fall Hack?. Meet ins will be held November 12th to lOtti. Tho Queen & Cresent Routo Is tho short and direct lino to Lexington. Four daily trams from Cincinnati. Free Parlor Oars. Ouo and ono third fare for round tripfrom Cincinnati and stations in Kentucky every tiny of races, tiood till November 21st to return. Be sure you get tickets via the Q it 0. Ohas. W. Zell, 1). P. A., Cincinnati, 0. W, 0. Rlutnr- uou, j. 1'. A., Cincinnati, O. Aa a remedy for all forma of Headache Electric Ilitteri haa ptoved to be the very belt. It ef'ecta permanent cure and the tnot dreaded habitual Situated hall a mile Wett of McKlnney and lick headache yield to ita Influence We uro all who are afflicted to proCuro a bottle and give containing 13 acre of Uml in good Kate ol cultivation. I'osteiiion given by Jan. ill, 1S05. For tlii remedy a fair trial In catei ol habitual Electric Hitter curei by giving the particular apply to -ED. M. KSTF.S or J AS. W G1VENR, necufti tone loine dowhi unu icw uur w MeKlnney, Ky. Try It lilt the use ol this rr.edictn . Penny'a once Laige j3 im Drug Store, bottle onlv so cent! at A. R. on Cure for Hoadaoho. Desirable Farm for Sale. PENNY Dentist. J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, All Kinds SOI of CoaJ, M Mo-Kinl- n lllue-Gra- ss DUH00 JERSEY &&'?:. Blue Grass Nurseries. 5- ij.-i.- Blue-Gr-ai ir r. My.iore-houaeaiTu- I'll r-- 1 Sal-6- Mc-Kinlo- y, FOR RENTJcTuVdV- Jr. . Napo-loon- ? Baking? To Tho Xiadios JOITES BROS,, Tin Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Fure m Treat For Ladies. THE RILEY HOUSE & &$& PRICE. d. Mc-Kinl- pl ,. TO THE LADIES D. S. CARPElTTqSH, fc do-bau- Post-Dispatc- h. Ky. Midland R'y ! Cincinnati and Frankfort MTTEH-II Itiyfks iiousi; STABLE Post-Dispatc- h. !, well-know- n 1 - 1 S FIRBT-OLjAS- I , 5 . Th' Kyiers House, I Stanford, Post-Dis-patc- h. -- Double Dally Trains n alien-Ho- n -- "OIfiH&Kro imt-cla- u Com-equontl- y STABLE. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOI,. erup-oion- mi Insurance BAEBEE Company JOHN H. KIRBY, IITSTJBiAlSrCE AGB2JTT, STA1TFOKD, ft FOR FIRE. LIFE. 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