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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894110601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rx emi-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1894. dis-trict- 4i VOL. XXII. NO. 71 Completely Exonerated. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Educational Notes. CHURCH AFFAIRS. A cobo of much local iuterest was din Owing to field work among the Fivo red boars for sale. J. E. Bruce, Tho total missionary gifts of Chrisposod of by the- circuit court Inst Thurs- - stnnforil. for tho past twoor'threo months, tendom lor 1803 are estimated at $14,713 day. .Tames P. Grow and W. T. I)odd, wo havo not beBii ablo to give attention A- liaB 3I v Mre- of 027. of MeKlnney, m partner., bad brln tho . to many otner tilings It is n H ' " As tho result of a revival at Owens1803 and ISM for pleasure aRenlH in tl.o years at.......... innnuiHciurerB m -- Geor Bker Hold to WlllUm Ca- - tendance to stajo, ho wejivr, that tho tho boro 93 colored converts 40 men and 53 ..i ...i ui Iron, of Pulaski, Aiiiimnu, .uiuur uo., is hotter thip year than lot n bunoh of feodiira nt tho nizricultural implmiinnta. They had in past four. If the beginning of our sec. women wero baptized Sunday in 3ic. chilly waters of the Ohio river. 1893 fully Bottled their accounts as mich, John Anderson bought of Alex An ond term is an omen of what is to l?e, A wonderful meeting has just closed but after that in the aummnr of 18011, tliu demon a hiiihII bunch of then Indeed we feel encouraged. Nearly at LnGrange with 92 additions, most of Waterman, company'B general ono all Pchool houses now have fairly comcattlu at 2Jc. thotn by baptism. Rro. J. W. Porter of Giucinnnti, had nddn'Hsed n circular K T. Pence sold to E. P. Woods six fortable seats and desks to nccommodato aided Pastor Stout. Western Recorder. letter to h number of citizens of Lincoln all who may attend .Maps, chart and let'ULTH HI OI to 31c, and bought of him Ruv. T. Dewitt Talmago, Rrooklyu'e . and nnd Canny other helps which should havo been put preacher is 7, i two year nun at 3c. homo again. Ho arrived in Dodd, with misappropriating wid with- j0i,n and Homer Ilaughman sold to hi our schools a quarter of a century ago, New York Saturday on the Parid after a uoming notes nuu property, ueioni;mn Tip A Harry Hruco 100 barrels of corn nt are in most school. Thanks are mainly six mouths' journey around thu World. said Aulttnan, Miller A Go. Grow and In order to save the people of the WestEnd a journey to other towns due, however, to tho trustees f those $1.85 in the field. Advocate. Five of tho leaders of tho sanctified Dodd brought suit for this libelous '" Thirty three have trotted in ' 2:10 or districts, wlio.it seems are now wnking band of scamps have been indicted at to buy goods, and on laat Thuradny, tho defenup to the great nccerailies demanded by better, and all but two Palo Alto, 2;0SJ Va., for conspiracy in separadant confessed judgment hb follows: the children and the demands of educa- Onancock, from and Pamlico, 2:10, aro living. ting wives their husbands and for Lincoln circuit court, J. P. Growth Co., Online, 2:01, pacing, has mado his tional progressiveiiees. being a public nuisance. plaintiff, against Aultmau, Miller ii Co., Teachers us n rule (only n few excep. lost appearance on tho track. Ho will A preacher recently stopped In tho defendants, judgmont. Came the do tiouB now, are doing better work than bo kept in the stud hereafter. of his Borinou and sang a middle fendnnt Aulttnan, Miller & Co., and leavo over before. That is well. The Stato Foraalo, cheap, n fiuo hymn. Ho explained: "It the members So that all who examine will be forced to purchase, without going to withdraw their answer heretofore tiled Bound and a good worker, for $70. pays for the work nnd the trustees and of the choir are to do the talking, thoy elsewhere. I shall make a specialty of in this action, which motion was granted horso, patrons should demand it. Those who Win. Chesterfield, Kiugsvillo. " will certainly permit me to do tho and thereupon tho said answer of few years Ago, made t9.iching only a Mary Marshall, 2:0Sr, is the faBtes a was withdrawn from tho flies. Out of 17 pacers that have stepping stone to other fields of labor pacing mare. Rev. U. Carradino, D. D., tho noted Too defendants being present in court by recordBof 2:10 or better, only four aro have found that the demand tor that St. Louis evangelist, will begin a meeting anattorney and refusing nnd falling to kind of teaching is on the wane. That at the Methodist church with Rev. W. E. swer further or in any wise controvert mares. Extensive stockyards art to bo es- teaching Is a profession is no longer a moot Arnold, Nov. 25tb, and continue to Dec. And will sell them at city prices. Wait for the opening and give me the allegations of plaintiffs petition, tho n od question. That teachers aro to a tablished in El Paso, Ter., for distribu7. Dr. GisrrudiuH is a man of much tal- a show. F. B. TWIDWELL. a dd allegations are taken for confessed extent born, as is the orator, is perby said defendants and by agreement of tion of Mexican cattle through the Unit- haps also true, yet it is n profession in ent and has made a great reputation as Hustonville, Ky. parties it la now adjudged that tho plain-till- " ed States. which ono may, by diligent study and an evangelist. Louisiana has tho largest farm in tho close obaorvntion, acquire "Fifty years ago tho Young Men's James P. Grow and Win. Dodd do much proficfou-cy- . Christian Association was organized to recover of the defendants Aultmau, Mil- United States. It is 100 miles one way Tuct in the impartatlon of what one ler ib Co. in the way of damages, the and 25 milt s tho other. The fencing knows is one of the happy faculties of counteract the influence of evil resorts. sum of 1500 nnd their costa herein ex- alone cost $50,000 tho successful teacher. I wish to say iu To day there aro 5,000 associations and Twenty four young trotters were sold connection herewith pended. Tho judgment beiug mtieiled that as Nov. 0th is 500,000 members in tho world, 1,400 and 250,000 members being In causa is at public auction at Heading, Pa., at from Arbor day and a holiday, it is supposed in full by the defendants, this stallion America." Christian Herald. now stricken from this courts docket. $31 to $101. A that nil true teachers will observe the The revival at tho Christian church The petition of Grow and Dodd, after brought ouly $110. day as Is intended it should be observed, Shadelnnd Onward, 2:1SJ, is tho by planting such trees as may be neces- here closed out with ono addition. reciting Waterman's charge contained in tho circular letter denounced it as mali- youugi-A-t sire of three in the 2:10 list, all sary for shade, comfort and ornament. There may be n reason for that. Rev. Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East , Thfy nro Online, 2:01; Ontonian, Let it not be said o! a single teacher in Mr. Taylor, tho revivalist imported from End of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Full line of Stacious, libelous and false and the defendv confession of record is that this de- 2:07 i and Fred K., &09J. ant's Lincoln county that the day was worse Louisville refused to preach if the organ ple Woods A Lynn Hhipped to Cincinna- than nunciation was well xrouuded and true lot by tailing to perform that pleas was played as an accompaniment to tho ti Saturday, 200 hogs averaging 200 nnt duty. I shall send to ull teacher singing. Such crankiness as that may This being n complete vindication o. Grow and Dodd, there was nothing left to pound, which they bought of various next week the remaining blanks neces- suit some choice congregation in Louisville, but it don't go here with either contend about, except tho smaller ques-io- n parlies in this county nt 3 to lc. sary for monthly and term report. Hugh McCalmnnt has just refilled Baint or sinner. Mt. Vernon Eagle. of money damage. Crow being tin W. F. Mc. Clothing,, Men's, Youth's and Children's, Stanford will never go down like So" Hvoidably abeont in Wisconsin and both an otlerof $1)1,500 for IMnglHss, the great English racehorto and full brother to IsTho Agricultural Hank stock at Par dom and Gormorrah because there are he and Dodd being chietly concerned no holy men here, and if she and her about the vindication of their honor lington, recently imported to California. ia sold at $220. A telegraph line now traverses tho entire population are not eaved it will demovement of cotton into sight Tho they generously consented to let the not bo for a lack of "tho foolishness of fendants oil with tho confession above during the month of October was larger Gobi Desert, 3,000 miles in length. Tho Singer Sewing Machine building preaching." Three big meetings, the recited and with the payment of the SGI 0 than for any month in tho history ot tho Mothers, if you want the best all wool suit of clothes at J?2 ever offerBarnes, the Christian and the Methodist trade, thu total being 2,110,700 bales. in Louisville burned. Loss $50,000. aud nil the costs of the action. ed for boys from 5 to 14 years old, do not fail to see them. Boots Rochoport, Mo , n town of 2,000 pop- quarterly meeting were all running at A writer in the Owensboro Messen and Shoes a specialty. A well selected stock always on hand. Our Misc., ger, who is reputed to bo well posted in ulation, hits neither a white nor black once, aud sinnera were offered salvation Tiik People's Bannerol Pontotoc, $1.50 and $2 Dongola Shoes can not be excelled. Nothing better apeaks in the highest terms of n literary audi matters, claims that tho tobacco republican living in the town limits. f'om as many standpoints. Elder W. E. Crabtreo continues to than our ladies and children's oil grained Dongola Shoes. The very entertainment given by the Chickasaw crop in that uec'.ion of tho State is a fail- That must be n heaven on earth. A nice line of the Forwood Shoe Mfg. Co.'s Boots spite of thu desperate light mado preach with great power at the Christian Shoe for winter. In College in which tho Misses Summers, ure. by the populists, Kolhltes and republi- church and his ellorta aro meeting with and Shoes on hand. Nothing better made and at reasonable prices. late of the collego here took parts. Miss II. L. Asher has bought tho HighOlivia Sutnmnra recited. "The Famine," land Stock Farm of 070 ncrea in Fayetto cans in Alabama, tho democrats close tho gratifying success. There aro additions Call and see our stock before making your fall and winter purchases. wero necessary county for $75,000 and W. O. Franco A ctmpaign with thu b'st of reasons for nightly and Sunday night witnessed the It will cost you nothing to look and we take pleasure in showing our nnd "a y a victory that shall reception of five into the church. Fully goods. to establish the fact that she was mistress Son have bought the Elm Hill Stcck expecting an end to tho Kolb faction and to 500 neoplo gathered Sunday night, put of her profession, and as well modulated Farm in same county for $41,000. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Respectfully, crowding every nook and space, many tones and nicely articulated sentences Judge W. E. Varnon ha9 name his the populists as well. Ttw longevity of 0'ieen Victoria is having to stand up. Great good hna followed each other in masterly style, fine thoroughbred colt with which lioox-pect- a something to bo remarked fu these times. been accomplished with tho members and eyes sought eyes in mute attestation of to win tho Kentucky futurity, approval, whileabreathle&iBtillneaa add Dick Warren. Ho thinks his colt will Her eon, the Prince of Wale, who is sinners have beon brought to realize odtothe interest intnifested. A mur- give tho rest of the starters as bad a de- heir to thu English throno, is older than their fearful condition. Mr. Crabtree J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. was Czir Alexander when he died, a few has found his way to the hearts of many mur of admiration arose from tho feat as that ecntloman cave a certain daya ago. Thu now Czir is nbout tho ago people, who will riso up and call him as Miss Jennie Summers camo prohibition preacher in a race for repre 4, 1894. of the younger sous of Wales. blessed. There was a possibility of tho forward and sang in a sweet, full voice sontative some years ago. Mahono is into Virginia politics again meeting closing last night, but tho gen- Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music jaao that sweetest of songs. "Evangeline.'' Ornithologists do not toll us that the An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. But one song did not satisfy them, so, in chicken is tho most wonber'ul of birds, with his coat oil. Hu is boshing around eral hopo was that it would not. just as vigorously as ever, nnd tho demoresponse to an encore, she sang "Thou yet tho fact remains that, in proportion MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. His wife and family have received special train Art An Angel," in her mot graceful and to weight, it is far more important to the crats are getting into n good lighting ing in and lor Colics" winning stylo. Mim Jennie also recited htiJian race than any other animal temper nbout it. The Virginia domocr.Ua Thecurrlculuui will be an extended one ond the A Chicago judge hna decreed that nil drill will be thorough no whitewashing, no skimnnd soon had tho audience amused and Tho census places tho egg product of 18S0 havo no sort of usu for tho little bos wedding presents go to the wife after (Redidence'of the late James McAlister.) ming, no shoddy work will be allotted. Classes wili be Instructed In Higher Mathematenthusiastic over hur inimitable rendi- nt nearly 10,000,000,000, valued ot $103, and his activity will Bend to the polls -- ' - KY. ics, Belle Leltres, Natural Science, Mental and thousands ot them who otherwise might It ia reported tlint tho king of Serviu CRAB ORCHARD, Moral Science, Latin, German, Type tion of "The Jealous Wife." 411,350. Writing, Hook Keeping, Civics, Music, Vocal and ia to marry u daughter of l'ullman Car Long talked o! match races between havo staid away. Instrumental, Painting, Drawing, &c. five The first term The election of a republican Hou6u giants of tho turf are as a general Tho cry of ramminv h.n btcomo Pullman. She geU) a title, lie is after DR. S. PRES., 1891, and second ofterm months will open Sept. 10, thine will cloe the tirst week in of Representatives this fall would re"Anything to elect Hill." Toe opinion money. One week holiday at'Chrittmas, June. disappointing. Since tho "dead heat" Assisted by a Competent Faculty. TERMS. Tuition pei itrm in first gtade, inof the open and extend for two years thu per. Man may go from aversion to loye; ...$10 00 at Nashville betweon Robert J. and John is entertained by many observers thorough cluding Latin and German of high A select ork that, pursuant but when he has begun by loving and training ofschool, ladies. grade, for the gentlemen Tuition in second gr.de iod of uncertainty R9 to what tho tariil'is R. Gentry, lovers of situation in New 15 00 A lew voung young horses have been Music, Piano, Organ, Guitar, Instruments approve! morals will alaa to be, and this, lollowed by a republican noxious for another opportunity of test- to a perfect understanding between Sen- has reached aversion, ho never returns of Number limited no Idlers be admitted. 10 00 furnished lor practice wanted. Short hand. Painting, Drawing, and Mr. Grant, the Tammauy to love. Hiilzac. victory in 1S0G, would mean tho repeal ing Dr Stapp. the President, has since his graduaOrnancnUl Work, all at reasonable rates. their speed. Thu two kings met at ator Hill for Mayor, tion in medicine, given his entire time and enerof the present tariff law and nnother the latter is to bo Hoard in College, per week, (3.50. Good board candidate To morrow Mr. Albert Pitman, 21, gies to the building and management of Colleges Philadelphia Friday and the raco was no private sacrificed it necesiary to save tho State and Mies Mollio Gibson, the same ace, In the South. During the pan year he filled tho in Monthly families at reduced rates. long period of tariirngitation before tho exception to payments inquired. thu rule. Robert J. won chair of Literature and Natural Sciences in No discount except fo protracted illness. Assembly. bill could be re enacted or anMcKiulev ticket and the will bo mndo one at Mr. Win. Gibson's Daughters College, Harrodaburg, and Mrs. Kapp thu firHt heat in tho slow time of 2:03 the President. taunt Music, Painting, Drawing, &c. giving Fwr further information address STAPP, DU, JOHN S. John Stealeythu populist candidatu in this county. other high tariff bill could bv agreed and the second heat wan worse, Gentry general satisfaction to patrons and pupils. Crab Orchard, Ky. 54 upon nnd passed. Voto for McCreary. H. G. Ballard, an infant of 17, and being unablo to push him out in better for Congress In tho First district of WtBt Senator Tabor, of Colorado, was than 2: 12 J. The owner of tho defeated Virginia, has uniformed his family of Mies Minnio Kidd, 19, were married a children, each of whom is a musici-nn- , few days ago at Hiram Kidd's. These keeping n little boarding Iioubo in Color- horso very sensibly withdraw him. At nine supplied tlieui with instruments and aro rather young kids to go into tho buswas forced to take an inado, when lie tho Bailie track tho samu day tho good terest in a mino for a board bill, and maro Plueba Wilkes was defeated by In a band wagon they travel from placo iness. gradually became twice u millionaire, placo and furnish thu muaic while tho Call for- Czar Nicholas has graciously Azote and Niglitingaio. Best time 2:10. to old man dot'b tho talking and hustles for to his millioua of subjects that but tho tables turned and now ho Is bankrupt. votes. This unique manner of canvass- his pride, tho Princess Alix, has been To Tkxa8. Tho Quoen & OreBcent ing iusures tho speaker a good audionco annotated, receiving the name of AlexTho republican!! nro reao'rting to tho Route will Bell tickets to Texas, Novem- but it is not so certain it will prove a of money In tho hopo of andra Feodorovna with tho title of Grar.d wholesale use ber Gth, at ono faro for tho round trip voto catcher. And Paints, defeating Hon. W. L. Wilson in West plus Duchess. $2. Tickets on sale from stations Ouro for Hoadacho. Mrs. Cuthbert Bullitt, of Louisville, Virginia. Mr. Wilson closed his camCincinnati to Meridan: exclusive (exall forms As a paign with full confidence in a democrat- cept Gadsden.) Good to return twonty Hitters remedy for to be the of Headache ItElectric conies into notice again by bringing suit 8 very best. effects has proved and the most dreaded habitual for divorce ugainst here uged husbund. a permanent cure ic victory. days from date of sale. Choice of routes sick headache yields to its influence. We urge ST Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, daughter of LewiB A bottle and give Tho public hopes she will get it and that via Now Orleans or via Shroveport. Sol- all who are afflicted to procure a ol habitual conthis remedy a fair trial. In cases will then retire to a conyent and living noar Worthville, was McGuire, Bitters cures id vestibuled trains Ito Now Orleans stipation Electric bowels and few by giving the she cases long needed tone to the cease from troubling. shot and instantly killedby her Short line and quick time. thcuse ol this medicln . Try it once. L.ityo Mr. J. A. Hondrou, who was recentbrothor, Tuesday. lie was playing only v cents at A. K. Penny's Drug Store. Tiik Lkxinoto Fall Races. Meet- bottles Opp. Court-Hous, nnd shot her head ly rereaved, has dried his tears and takwith an old ing will bo held November 12th to 10th. en unto himself another wife. Thoro is off- . Tho Queen & Cresent Route is tho short i his case. lie some excuse for baata-lHenry Wiison, the postmaster t Welshton, Fla., and direct line to Lexington. Four daisays ho CtircJ a caie of diarrhoea ofloug standing has several little children and no one Freo Parlor When Baby was sick, we Rave her Castor!. in six ltuiirs, with One small bottle of Ciml-Iain'- s ly trains from Cincinnati. Remedy. to take care of them. The new wife was Costorla, Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Oars. Ono and ono third aro for round When Bho was a Child, she cried for to r.ave What . a pleasant surprise that muttfinii.iml been thf Mrs. Annie Kenuell, a widow of 21, and When aha became Misa, she clung to Castori. . with U...k ...n. . r tint t. uuw.. u.v. rne suiieirr. many instauces only one or two dos trip from Cincinnati and stations in Kena handsome woman. The marriage ocemedy. In them Cartorta. ,, can tucky every day of races, good till Nov- Yhea she had Children, aho are reqmred to give peruianeu, reeI, es curred at Mr. R. M. Mouser's. My stock of always be depenued upon. When reduced with ember 21st to return. Be sure you get take. water it pleaant to Buoiiln'u Arnica Salvo. I For sale by Pr. S. G. ttockcr, druggist, Stan- tickets via the Q. A O. Ohas. W. Zell, I I The belt ulvo In the worM lor cuii, bruiKis ford. D. P. A., Cincinnati, O. W. O. Rinear-soalt rheum, fever orea, iore, ulceri,chilblami, corns and alltetter, chapakin auarantoed Ouro. ped hand, v G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. citiicn pf W. A. McGuire, a no pay H ' "' - 'rtor ' ImP -- Twidwell HUSTON VIKLE, KY three-year-ol- t, d ,,,',, .111".. Dealer In Drug's, Medicines, Fancy Groceries, Silverware, &c. Btnto-me- nt I Have Marked Mine Down ld sing-ing.- HOLIDAY -:-GOO- DS, cer-til- W. E. Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. prize-winnin- g pn-erH- Dry Goods, Dress Goods, At the New Tariff Prices. to-da- Stanford Female College. Next Session Begins Tuesday, Sep. co COLLEGE HOME, J. STAPP, class-wor- k, Short-Han- d. l Type-Writin- DRUG STORE I Window Class, Putty,' -- BMTCK&S three-year-ol- d re-si- tt "a W. B. McROBERTS, e. AN BOOMKB, shot-gun- 1 -.- - ..- FALili GOO .n.H...H& H. Shoes, &c, is now complete S3 gr-v- e 1 n, reqQir It positively cure pilei, or We authorise our advertised druggist to sell you It ia guaranteed to Kive perfect utiifactioa Dr. King1 New Discovery for Consumption, ad. money refunded. Pnco 35 cents per boa, Colds, upon this condition: .. jrvjw tr For a pain in tho sldo or chest there is nothing Cousrhs'und with a Couirh, Cold or any Lung, Koriale or A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. with are afflicted hi family for evrral yearsof in the best result - so rood a plocc of tUnnel dampened with 's use this remeuy house. Atthe it a id aiways keop. a bottle 1'aiu lUlra and bound on ever the'ttat of Throat or Chest Trouble andwill It a fair trial and giving Two officers and one bandit are reIt aflords prompt and perrnaoent relief and accordlhg to directions,you may return the bottle ter liavinc la K"VP ho w" tlmM,,f remedies without fain. in time will often prevent a cold expennccno benefit, lie a, stverecoutrh. from re- and have your money relunded. We could not ported to have been killed in a running benefit and then concluded to try the children's - sulting n pneumonia. This sane treatment is perfight between Deputy Marshals and the make this offer If we did not know that Dr. King medicine and to his delifiht It soon eflected a sure cure lor lame back. be relied upon. It never iv.nlr nitrliiwM in thrt Iiidlau Territory. For sale bj Dr. S. G. llocVcr, druggist, Stan. New Discovery could R. Penny'a disappoints. Trial bottles free at A. mea"nd"Jo cent bottlee for sate by Dr. S. O. ford. Two other outlaws wero wounded. drugstore. Large siiejoc and $1. Hocker, druggist, Stanford. well-know- n Mc-K- erup-oion- i. that there Ii nothing ai .it croup a, Rood for children troubled with colds or Coufih Remedy. He ha uod it in CbaraberUlu'i O of the opinion Clothing . Furnish Gufliis Boots ..., u Chatu-berUin- "d ' Call and see me. J. MdEOBERTS. ,& '. .. ". . iJt. jsz&mi.- - .. l. ijsa. 'ipv 'v "9"tf K - . rr,,ir. JlSS i - ?v, r p. JH"T m T s! 5r'- - &-- - i; V V i n n NEW ADYEaTISEMENTS. Wayne county ia apnin worked up a paying striko of nil. A company tho estimation of nil true democrats by over not sinking private resentments and is being formed to develop that section. i I Five firomen wero crushed, beneath using his efforts for Senator Hill and the 8TAroRD Ky., November 6, 1894 ticket. The Senator may have occasion falling wallB and two may dio from the .. xn rrnMlnrm nf ally acted in variance with his declara- effects of a fire in Louisville. n n. i....i.. Fire nt Indianapolis caused $200,000 ter A Son, doing business at Crab Orchard. Ky , tion, "I nm a democrat," and may have are hereby notified to present, pioven at Is a thing of the past. Kvcry one W. P. WALTON. seeks how and amago nnd resulted In thflinjury of two reqimcd T Wlthl ,hn vminti Ir0m ,hu tried to embarrass Mr. Cleveland's ad. ,'?? 'r.cU,l'n fl"V L.OUI1V11IC, ministration as much ns possible, but fireman. Tho Indiana Medical College .gun. . mi. wttiuc, 3 J ... i'I.IU Ol , V" .un,,.Vr where he can make his dollar go farthest. That is just what we want y. ur.u. n.biiiuuiMl, because the more the people Investigate the more they arc convinced democrats bw fit to nominnto him was among tho buildings burned. tho Alli.'UM Alia. D. fl. Mauirttr .V Son. FivelperBona wero fatally Injured at Oct. 30. 'sh. t for governor of tho great Stnto of New that for quality and quantity the Louisville Store names the lowest York, and it became tho duty then of Terrell, Tex., Saturday by the falling of prices. all democrats to support him. Wo have a porch on which a largo crowd whs been an uncompromising Cleveland man standing witnessing a circus parade. election in t om no raulr to dvllvi-- inanufACtmcd Ira One result of and have been for him through thick will In all probability ba Iroru the Stanford factory to cuiun.rrs reruiailv Hiul thin, hut his Bulking In camp when South Carolina r PKR he might have done tho party so much tho choice of a Legislature overwhelm- at 75c HUNDkKI) FOUND LOIS and ovt,ud A company having branch stores all over the country, using ia smaller lots. millions ingly for Gov. Tillman for United Stntea 10 E. IIIUMKIt, Su ford. good, rather makes us feel that our idol is of dollars worth of goods, buying exclusively for cash, have naturally Senator. somen hat clay after all. the advantage of others and should surely sell goods cheaper than any JohnThnrp, Deputy Circuit Clerk ITIarsliul's Col. W. O. Bradlky, with the air of n of Mablson county, aud Miss Knto other in Stanford. Every department is brimful with choicest novelconquering hero, returned Sunday from eloped to Jfferriouvllie after hot ties and we offer them at lower prices than ever. Our buyer has r with a tour of the 2d nnd 3d districts, in purau'fc by Irato relatives of the girl, and The Czir of Rusaio, who ruled By tirtuooi taxes amounting to 50.67 btsidei turned from Eastern markets with the mado tho wero married. which ho made speecnca that cM aud commission, due to tha ton M bui.lnul Iron hand over the Uvea and destines of eagle Kentucky, by J. S Murpliy lor the )cac iSj, t scream. He claims that tho charge Aa tho outcome of n political row, will ou was monarch of a millions of men nnd that ho was Jas. Haney shot and killed Titos. Floyd, made in the Courier-Journf sixth of the entire world's area, has : : afraid to meet Bill Ellis is a slander bo at Hopuwell, In Greenup couuty, Htid Nov. 1094, J after a losins fij?ht with Buccnmbed pronounced as to be criminally libelous wounded Oliver Floyd. Tho men were lMcn the hquraol to A. M. and t P. M at And most superior line of goods, therefore you can depend upon get. the tyrant death. There will be no tears and Bays Capt. Ellis took the the Court llouss d or trt Stanford, Ltnculn Co , e Kv., expose to public s.te hi the shed over tho death of a man who has from him at Hartford nnd he had to respected farmers. bldrer all the latest of the season. HOSIERY. Ladies' extra quality foroahln hand, the The Japanese aro winning victories much thereof a may beInllnwini. nn,.i -- . . ting without trial and without opportunity speak outside, although it was bin apneeiiry to talis tha all wool hose 25c, worth Misses 35. Ladies' fleece lined hose "7"mo n taxes aiottiiam due and csil to for self defense, condemued with cruel pointment. After that he refused to now as often as they can find a Chinese wn: nrmy willing to meet them. There has ribbed all wool hose 15c, worth 25c. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. thousands upon thousands 01 despotism meet a man who would treat him so. been heavy righting nortli of Port Ar- FORTV fVCniCS OJT IYXX) ! Ribbed vests 15c, extra heavy ribbed vests helpless men and women to tho horrors 25c, worth 40c. Grey Hounded as ollows' On the Vet by the most instances and wastes of Siberia, in The republicans are making a death thur with the usual result leading to lloneyvillo, on the Souttt by S. ribbed vests 30c, worth .15c. GENT'S UNDERWEAR. Grey MeTho N. Y. World Bays: II ho dem- 11 Itsughinaii, on the East by Mrs M. C. to gratify whims of his own devilish will struggle for the next Congress, but imoathn North by tnn St Red flannel shirts and drawers Soc Tho rino shirts and drawers 75c a suit. fiendish acts that made liv- partial reports from all the States indi- ocrats be not disappointed by tho peoplo prupitorald J.d Murphy Anuli iiranch me and did other IcvieJ on by at and mockery. It may be some cate that tho doraocracy will still lipid at tho polls, they will elect 2'M members martLaltho tax collector cf laid town, to per suit. ing a tailtly tmet and commiuioii and cotta d Airojnt of tax on property, $19 30, Ji 17 6 consolation to those who have suffered that body. Let ovory Kentucky demo- of tho next House of Representatives to percent penalty $1 Ibrcoat of the mailed crat see that tho old Commonwealth docs 110 republicans and 11 populists and sil- levy. Total to be lor and are Btill Buffering from raited, $.7 ver men. On the other hand, if tho J NEWI.AND, band of the despot that hiB life was not not contribtito nny to republican success. M of tho republicans aro realizCity Marthal ot Stmford. over pathways strewn with flowers, for ed, they will have 217 members in the Probably the most inviting bargains ever oflcrcd in this department Thk president and Secretary of State next House to 131 democrats and i) pophe has been dodging imasinary bullets aswill be shown this week. 51.50, $2.50, $4 and up to $15, $2.50 for besent dolorious messages of sympathy ulists. If the result shall be midway from anarchist's pistols and fearing expectntiona of tween tho $1.25. 50 pair of home-madHoots, 10 io 13. We arc selling now sassination ever svoce he ascended the over the death of the Russian Czar. That both sides, tho House of ReprpHentatives Alexander II is the way such things are done, but we throne in 1831. His father 100 repubwill consist of 1S1 democrats, at 51.25. Our entire line of boots will be sold accordingly. lly inueof Mxm moiintiu.j to J7 40. betidet was killed by a nihilist bomb nnd there common people are glad to hear of tho licans and about 10 populists. coU and coiiiuiu.ion, ilue the rity of Stan.ord, was not a moment of the lilfl of Alexan- demise of a tyrant, be ho ruler or a comKy., by Mil. M J. Milkr Inr the crr iSoj, I will FAMOUS EXILES. der III free from dread and fear. He mon every dny man. was comparatively a younj? man, havinjj Nov. Tho Earl of 1894. 55 will buy a suit or an overcoat of good, honest material, neat patwrote his faNEWSY NOTES. been born in 1815. The Czarewich, who mous historical works vrMlo in oxilo. Itetwetn the noura nf to A. M and t I'. M., at the tern, well made, fit perfect, worth 58. 9 will buy a suit or an overRassinier's Hotel at Louisvillo was Mantvrd, succeeds to tho throne under the title of All tho princes of tho Bourbon family Ky., expo t todoor in tale to the Lincoln County, coat made from very desirable fabrics, all the newest and most public highett Didder Nicholas II and will rule over 100,000,-00- damaged $15,000 by fire. havo for a long timo lived in exilo from lor cah In had. the lollowin nranenv lot to much may be necetiaiy to tatitty ttie amount thereof styles. Fully worth 512.50. The price of every man and Virginia's election today will be its Franco. ia but 20 years old, but he is people, if the uic alorcsatd due and com, n man of Rreat learning and Hirst with tho secret ballot. boys' suit is based on quick sales and small profits. Com' and see said to be Buchanan, tho Scottish poor, whllo in ITIFTJCIOT OF LAXD. these grand bargains. Dr. W. H. Yost, father of Superior oxilo and prison wroto tho much common sense, bis education being famous Hounded aa Mlowt certainly to be- - Judge Yost, died at Greenville. On the Wett by the "Paraphrases of tho Psalms. " given with a view of his A Panville tjrnpik-- , on the North by Mm t.e-,llaaer In 1704 Virginia contained h linn it in bis power to is said that at this timo thoro arc Coeper,on tbeKait by 11 RC CWarrtn and Coop-- It It on the .South br Warren, residing in different l'aauti nd Kmbry the propr'ty of aaid Mrt. improve the state of affairs or to bnn of the population of the whole country. 22 m. J..Miner levied en t me lax Fire at New Orleans smong freight parts of Europe, uono of thorn in the collector of Mid town toiMUfy ai marshal and com- despotism into greater odium. It is likethe txe and niiMiou ami com aioctaii Amount ot tax on that clothed in hia brief au- sheds on tho levee caused & loss of 1150,-00- countries thoy onco ruled. ly, hoffevor, A great many of tho popes havo boon pioperty ; 31, 6 perr ten, penalty for nonpar-wethority, be will liko bis predecepsors cut cn.t l levy or the d Flora McGrossen, forced into oxilo, generally by cmoutes cott ol43c, tt adertiemM t tnand cr to cover ToA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor auch will make tho annotification. such fantastic tricks as of Xenia, O , has been convicted of horse among tho turbulent Roman populace. tal amrunt tulxrrancd 974 ' O J KKWLAND, T. D. RANEY, Manager. gels weep. stealing. A fow wero restored, but most of them (3 MaithalCltyol Stanfotd. Hon. Caeaius M. Clny haa recovered died in oxilo. Branch Stores: Thk political skies htvo greatly brightn j rftjj Tho Emperor Charlos V lived in last few days and if our nnd is sgain prosecuting his canvass for ened in the Paris, Carlislc,;Mt.JStcrling,aBardstown,;Iiwrcnccburg, Cynthiaim, voluntary cxilo during tho last yoars of whole ticket is not elected we are great governor. his lifo. His chief occupation in his reTiro f aeh balance inthe TJ. S. treas demVersailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. ly mistaken in our estimate of our iu,l50i1l45, ttie gold reserve tirement was dovisiug now viands to ocratic countvmen. We believe they ury is tompt his gluttonous nppetito. faith nnd vote for S0l.3Gl.85G. will stand firm in the Hvooin T7!nrrlnml The Dayton soldiers' homo contracttha huar HrWnt nrr offered. It is bo in 03 tho guest of Queen Victoria, who ia ' comparably better than the mongrel ed for 5,000 gallons of sauerkraut at 12 her warm personal friend. Sho often ticket the republicans have put up that cents per gallon. goes to tho continent and is said on one Mrs. R. H. Bailey, of New York, has or two we can not see how any man who has occasions to havo visited Paris OF- the interest of county at heart, much a baby one year and four weeks old who incognita less his party, can do otherwise than tips the scales at 52 lbs. After tho downfall of Napoleon, his At Tulsa, I. T., Indian Chief, Perry, motbor, Mino. Bonaparte, went to Blols vote it straiRht. It is only from the talk man's son, in a spirit of bravado, shot and thcuco to Rome. Sho returned to of disaffected democrats that tho boa means so much more than into a keg of powder. He was blown to Franco during tho hundred days, and dad the temerity to ofler himself and. you imagine serious and i As wc must vacate the rooms in a very short while, our stock must after Waterloo wont back to Rome, approv atoms. for public his henchmen be -- Cashier McDowell, of the Estill whero sho died in 18S0. iatal diseases result from al. Let Buch democrats lay aside nil Isabella II of Spain was oxiled by her only of principle County Deposit Bank at Irvine, has tied resentment, think trifling ailments neglected. long snlloring peoplo in 1870. nnd their plain duty and all will be well. with 5S.000 of the bank's funds and It sinco lived in Paris, and whilo Sho has Don t play with Nature s in by nc ' As a parting word before wo meet at the has suspended. mnntis erwl rrnnrnvlrli rnmnntniil iwn. greatest gift health. Little Albert Shackleford of Frank- plo polls, we say: Democrats, gird on your boforo 6ho has boon much loss enro-Our thousands of friends uyouareicelinc men and fort, who haa been suffering from hydro- ful of her conduct sinco hor enforced re-- ' armor and quit yourself like out of sort, weak ' nnd generally ex with crowing phobia, caused by being bitten by a rab- tircment from tho throne. St. Louis our next paper will bloom hausted, nervous, ' id dog, died in great agony. have no aprtctlte roosters. , and can't woilc, Mrs. Georgo Sheets, of Bolivar, begin at once takReports from the 11th district nro Tenn , whilodomented, brained her little To come and get some Grand Bargains of Remembrance. ODDS AND ENDS. ing the moat reliademocracy child with an aiiz. After committing ble strengthening aoflt encouraging for the the medlcine.vvhichis I I I II I Tho best ovidonco goes to show that RprtreaSlono hAsmado a masmuwiu crime she cooly laid upon a cot" and went Urown's Iron Hit rlin nvrnmiils nf KuTtifwiirnrnvnl enroll.' ters. A few canvass and created enthusiasm every- to sleep. cure benefit chers. comes from the where he has been, and we confidently Tho sending of a messago and reply very first close Tho officials of Korea wear upon thoir won't stain, expect to hear of his election. It la ea between Manchester, Eog., and Victoria, ttcth, and four hats tho figures of various birds and anIt's 30,000 votes will be cast and B. 0., recently, occupied only 00 seconds. timated that pleasant to take. imals. that Stone will receive 12,000, the two The total distance by wire, out and reAmong tho Turks tho bodies of tho republican candidates dividinR tho other turn, is 18,000 miles. Polk's best Tomatoes Si. 10 per doz. cans. Granulated sugar 20 dead aro hold in oxtromo rovoronce, i will Ret a majori18,000, so that neither It has been developed that the atew-ar- though tho cemeteries aro used ns picnic Dyspepsia, pounds for $1. Green coffee 20c. Pickles 5c dozcn.J Rolled Oats 5c Kidney and Liver ty. Seven or eisht of the county clerks of Washington Park Club at Chicago, grounds. neuralgia, truuDlcs, a pound. Coal Oil 10c a gallon. Soda (bulk) 5c a pound. have disregarded Judge Jones' injunc Jules Reis, robbed it of $10,000 a year ft r f!nncf inntlnn fliil ntivf Thoro are, says a Now York nowspa-por- , ... tion to put Colson's name under tho five years. He fled to Europe after lawyers about 10 Nervous ailments Malaria. . ... in Now York, 13 in Boston and moru eagle and hia followers aro all mixed burning the club'a book. womens comniaims. up. Knowing democrats figure Stone's The democratic caucus of the Georg- than 25 in Chicago. only the genuine It has crossed red Get neson the vrranner. Allnthrnt nrriuh. K Heavy trace chains formerly 75c, now 50c per pair. Hunter's and Tho English sovereign's fous nnd majority at 1,500, a good margin to play ia Legislature nominated Senator Patrick t xn tt mtmMm tltlltf Cn Trmir.t w. tinw.M a.lllrj . .. , Tin Rim Sifters 10c. Prunes 10c a pound. .Evaporated pears 10c a confidence that the Walsh for the short term as United grandsons, when created peers, aro enon, and Bhows the Fair Vlewn and book free Bituation has induced. pound. Evaporated Peaches ioca lb. 1,000 Matches for 5c. States Senator and Hon. Augustus O, Ba- titled to seats in tho houso of lords at tho left of tho throne. con, of Macon, for the full term. UwAmtnvAmamvAmmvlk.w ,VA& These arc not leaders, but a few prices given in a nut shell how Ono of tho conditions of membership BTuk news from the 6th is not reassurCol. Calvin L. Sayro, one of the best we sell every thing. ing. In fact the election of Col. Walter known men in Alabama, died at Birm- of a Now York club is that each memEvans is bo confidently predicted that wo ingham. He unfurled the Confederate ber must givo at least ono hour a wcok to doing somo good notion. NATIONAL BANK fear there ia much grounds for it. Tho flag when President Davis was inaugu. It is estimated that thero nro folly moat detestable of organ- rated, and was the first A. P. A's, that OF STANFORD. KY Confederate 00,000 negroos in tho young territory izations, is getting in its work because wounded in the war ot Oklahoma. Most of thorn nro iu Capital Stock-Surplu- s Mr. McDermott happens to be a CathoThe British steamship, Montezuma, Blamo and Logan counties. lic. In tho 7th, wo do not think there left New Orleans for Liverpool Friday Evaporation is two or threo times is much danger for Owens, who will with 14,808 balea of cotton, 32,000 bush- greater in tho sunshino thnn in tiio of the public n invited to the f Atfsnti'm Rank Stanford doubtless be elected by a good majority. els of wheat and other freight. It is Bhado and flvo or six times as great in thatthuls th only National Nationalin Uank Under the provision of th Act districts, including our own Should be considered when you go to buy. Every article I sell is not only by the capita', The other said to have the largest cargo of cotton summer as in winter, is greater during depositors arc iccurtd lock, hut by the stockholders liability lor a breczo than in a calm and is greater aracunt equal to the stock, so that depositors of the best that can be had for the 8th, seem to bo 8ure shots. Let us all ever carried from any port. this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 do our duty and put a quietus ou repubHenry Wattereon says 8enator Alli- from fields of melting snow than from Five sworn statements of thecondtttou of the bank an equal surfaco of tho ocean. lican claimB and boaats. art made each yearto the luited Stutei governson is morally cortain of tho republican ment and its assets are examined at stated tiinoi E P 9 gents, thus securing addititous by government sti. holding court at nomination for the Presidency in 1890. RAILROAD JOTTINGS. U.S. Judge Barb, antfperfect safety to depositors. !1 This institution, originally established as th dismissed an indictment He says therejaro three democrat out of Louisville, Berlin is to havo an olovatcd railroad Deposit liaak of Stanford ia 1853, then against a Maysvillo man for Bending a politics permanently himself, Grover liko Now York, with tho dillcrcuco that lied as tbe National Hank ol Stanford in 1S65 and again the First National Hank ol dunning postal card. The scamps, who Cleveland and Col. Breckinridge. electricity ia to bo used as the ruotivo Stanford in iSSa, has had practically an uninter- You invest. The same standard is maintained in each department.1 Governor Pennoyer, of Oregon issu- powor. rupted existenco of jj years. It it hotter supplisd debts, and refuse to pay thoir honest now with lacihtiesfortransaclinKbusinet prompt ly and liberally than ever before in Its long tat then then try to annoy their creditors ed the following proclamation: "I hereTho Lako Shoro Electric tho last Thursday of the company haa boon incorporated,Hallway honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduby indicting them for Bending postal by appoint with a ciaries 6rms and individuals respectfully Thanksgiving holiday. In the capital of $10,000,000. Tho now lino cards reminding them of their indebted- month The Directory of this Hank 11 compoicd ol day of prosperity be joyful, but in the will run from Chicago to Milwaukee. ness, aro realizing that Buch occupation . Forettus Reid, Lincoln county; day of adversity .consider Ecclesiastcs Tho Monterey and Mexican Gulf Kail-roa- d S. T. Hams, Lincoln; is gone. The man too mean to pay bia viii., 14." company has arranged with tho O. A. Lackty, Lincoln; debts Is entitled to no consideration of Reports Bent to tho Manufacturers' Mexican government to oxtond tho road J. W. Hayden, Stanford; THK HHRD OK ought not to have any recourse Record during the past week show men and S.H. Baughtnan, Lincoln; the from Troviuo to Sierra Mojada, and 7) at law. J.'S.IIocber Stanford; South generally to be making rapid pro- therico to Mazutlan, on tho Paoiflo coast. W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; say Hill gress in business and industrial mattera. All tho employees of tho Lehigh The democrats in New York X, D. Elmore, Stanford; ' R. H. T. F. Hill, Stanford. .w will be elected by 21,825 plurality. The The tendency of population and capital Traction company atllazloton, Pa., aro Pror, insured by tho company. This is douo K. L. Taur.er, M c Kinney ; say Morton will be elected southward is becoming more pronouncrepublicans Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky M. .Miller, Mt. Vernon in ordor to protect tho mon caso of by 55,025 plurality. In this instance ed than ever before in tho history of that any injury, or perhaps doath, in thoy J S. Mocker, Fresldent; J that outlootc Southern for devel you can take your choice without pay- section, and Jba,J. McRoberts, Cashier; rigs fot tale from the best trp?i ol Remitters might sustain iu au accident opment and prosperity is very bright. A. A. McKisney, Assistant, Cashier. dt Jcr. Breeders secured from the best herds In several different States. Correipondtsce Solicited ing your money. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Thk president has lowered himself In I J NOTICE THE ERA OF EXTRAVAGANCE now-a-day- s ,. ,,.. u( "'" :'J to-da- ICE, ICE. Reason With Yourself ! i X Mc-Cho- rd him-Bol- al Saturday, 20, LARGEST AND CHOICEST jsc court-hous- hlht -- coun-tvr- -d Hum-sid- e, afore-lai- CLOAK : Department. STTITS. . Marshal's pre-electi- SALE FOE e UVCZEHST'S CI-tmI- Saturday, e 20, Court-Ilnuit- 0 lash-ionab- le t: rv, Stan-for- d '. one-fift- h r. J LOUISVILLE : 0. nt STAXTFORD. STORE, KIT., Sixteen-year-ol- HytjiE In Poor Health The Farewell Sale ! IB. Jo1. CTOIfcTIES &c SOUS!" I Closed Out At Once, . I 1 Regardless of theCOST. Globo-Democr- '. Rrnwrfc ARE CORDIALLY INVITED 1 I I I 'aMmaBBm I Diners ..,,...., Bux bot-ti- 1 FIGURES TALK. J It Cures d ( Afro-America- u .. ... .. J NAILS, 2 POUNDS FOR 5C. . w . FIRST W. H. WTEAREN & CO. .S2oo,oec 21,300 1X. 'I "Cl n v solic-te- d. DRUGS, BOOKS, JEWELRY. A. FENNY. Druggist. BLUE-GIIASS Duroc Red Jersey Swine Bronaugh, rn A ujbJm4frM-- AM- - t -- tfcril Ki 4 0mfjStLi$'- - Semi-Week- . 'J j htfj 1.' t Loaded Shells, lepgina, hunting coats Gas. In boring for water at tho works and vesta at W. B. McRoborts. gas was struck yesterday at 4 o'clock and Beautiful bolt buckles 35c at Dunks'. Two colUges on Whitley Avenue for is now blowing out at a lively rate. We Gunb at lowest prices at W. B, McRob-oru1891 rent at $0 each por month. Miller & may be happy yet, you bet. Stanford, Kx, NovEMiinn 0, Helm. Mn. and Mrs. Coleman Waters have a ' ricsltB. Fon Balk. Two ofllco A 0. Walk in take a cup of coffee with Will little visitor a fine girl. Advocate. C. Walton, Business Manager Sine. E. Wearen Ho asks you In bis type Solid silver belt buckles, silk webbing Si'kcialIow prico on dress goods thla complete, $2, Engraving free. Danks. PERSONAL POINTS. week. Sovernnco & Son. Fon $.'5,000 ami fj.000 accident tickets Suoar is juat as cheap as It was and Mua. Pauline Hays ia vleltlug In Crab at 25c per day call on J. H. Kirby, tho Ruiiiikrs for men, women and chil the government now gets big revenuo Orchard. insurance man. dren. Sovernnco & Son. out of it. The democrats did it. Voto Mns. Job CorrKV went up to LivingVotk early and vote straight by put to keep them in power. And See Koob, 100,000 dozen wanted at onco at ston yeatordny. ting the X under the rooster. That's all Mn. John Frost, o( Lozington, lias He. W. II. Wearen & Co. Bo'iv, to tho wife of Mr. E. 0. Walto n( that is necessary for a genuino democratbaen tho guest ol Mr. Gcorgo B. Wearen. a girl. It lived hut a few hours and then ic vote. Hides. Highest market prico paid for g Miss Mamie Lynn, of Lincoln, Is jSTow its flickering little light wont out to Mis. T. M. Thatcher. -- Somerset Par- thorn In canh by M. F. Klkin. . It is all over but the voting. Demo- shine in a fairer clime. The doubly agon, Gr,EAMa of old Xinas aro already ap crats, be true to yourselves and cast your stricken No gift enterprise, but something of solid worth is offered to the mother ia doing reasonably Mu. J. M. IUid is nnnin very ill of nnnrlnt. at Dnnlfa flirt .Tttti'filup ballot for the whole ticket, so that wo well. first SO ladies who call with a view to a possible purchase of one of . . , heart disoaeo, but was BomoJ. bettor may shout Mr. A mi but S. Wallace, who has these cooking wonders. Cooking wille be done every day during this Full Aoain. Our atoro is fullof brand been voting the democratic ticket sinco exhibit in our Majestic Parlors, which will be open from 9 a. m. to 9 New sorghum, pickles, evaporated Mh. and Mhs. E. B. Oalowkll will now goods of every kind. Severance & Majestic Drip Coffee and Majestic Biscuits will be baked and fruits, raisins, currautd, prunes, rice, oat tho days of Van Buren, tolls us that bo i m. move to tho houeu vncate'd by Mrs. Julia Sou. Such inducements to purchase were nevgoods, at is going to put his X under the rooster served cverv four minutes. meal, cracked wheat, all new II ughes. Br euro and Bee Culhane's Minstrels at Hlggins & McKinney's. again Fine example. Go thou er before and will never hereafter be offered as during this special sale Oait. William Geeh tells us tbet Walton's Opera House, Wednesday, and follow it. ' Cumberland Gap tunnel iscavinc in badFon horse blankets, lap robes, double Nov. 7th. ly ogain. There seems to be some doubt in the or6inglo harnees, saddles, bridles, or LU Iry1' t in iiina. j. i. Juii.troN, oi Our new goods will bo in this wrok any kind of horse goode, go to Yeager & minds of voters about the proper way to lODaKc, to roast, to broil, to Ml IFCTIP . , . viaiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo call and we will interest you. Danks, w.., iv.oiv..T, V mark their ballots. II yon want to voto rn.ist" Tn hnil tr. cf,., iui many or mAdCdllO Yeager, the livery men. " tho straight democratic ticket, you bavo lew; loiasr, to please, to work with II. KouL . . . the jeweler. Mil K. W. Jonxs, of Pinovillo, ono of See tho novel street parade of Cul- only to put tho cross under tho rooster ease; To lessen care, give better New goods of all kinds and a big lot of hane's Minatrula Wednesday afternoon whero we bavo in another column. It fare-Tsave food, give a better tho best democrats in tho mountains, wva Zeigler shot just received at S. II. at '2 o'clock and you will be sure to at- will not be necessary then to mark in mood; To save worry here Sunday. avoid hurry; Mn. J. P. Gnow returned from tho Shanks'. Cf.ll and sco. tend tho performance at Walton's Opera the squares opposite tho names of tho To give plenty of water, and make candidates. Tho cross immediately un- it hotter; To save time then heed north west Sunday, whero ho has been Foil Rbnt. Residence occupied by B. Iloueo that night. In buainees. der tho rooster does tho business. Put this rhyme, And buy the greatmonthly pay K. Wearon. Prico f 15, Tub Centre College foot ball club de- it there and lot the game chicken do tho Mies Maooib Lkwis, of Buckeye, npent ments. " est of all and only Steel and Mai Richards, Stanford. Thos. feated the Louisville Athletic Club on scratching if any is to be done. If you a fow days with her parents, Dt. and leable Jion Range. Majestic; and Democrats wo helievo we'vo got 'em. their own grounds Saturday 21 to 4. The attempt it you will be euro to make Mrs. T. M. Lewis. after using, stop abusing the man Mua, John Giiuon, who had been We know wo hnvo if every ono of up Louisville mob was very disorderly and botch. that made the L.i.Mron stove. the gui'st of Mrs. S. J. Kinbry, went to does his duty. Voto early, if you can't treated the visitors very ungcntleman- Boss Davison, who sneaked around in ly. voto often. Cincinnati Saturtlay. the knobs and told tho people that he Mh. and Mhs. 11. II. Louan aro now Tit nit it is not much interest taken in would pay them for working tho county Tint lecture engagement of Gen. John comfortably located at their pretty homo for councilmon here. Ono tick roads if elected county judge, had the B. Gordon is going to be th event of the tho ract on Itunh Branch pike. is composed of S. H. Baughmun, .1. C. wind taken out of his sails by a card season. All tno old soldiers on both et Mils. Mahy W. Bowman and Master M. F. Elkin. The other is from James Walker Givens, who had flidea of tho late war and everybody olse Floronco and Horace Bowman, of Danville, fro vialW. L. Withers, J. M. Stono aud J. M. caught oil to his little game, saying that should hear him. ting at Mr. Forest us Iteid's. Hail. he had for yenrs been for paying men Mka. Mahy J. Wkatiikiuoiu) and Mra. Culiiane'b MissTRBU), tho only minYesterday whs as dreary a day as ev- a reasonable amount to work roads. This Salllo Shipman, of Muatonville, wero the strel organization of the age without a candidate from er came in bleak November. Snow clouds brought the c uiMa r( Mrn. P. W. fi ri'n. peer, without an iqual, the beet ono to obscured tho sky and a searching north cover and he issued a circular saying ho MilGkobob it Watxrs has engaged visit our city this season. Walton's Opwind mado outdoor operations exceed- had forced Mr. Giens to tho position bo That we are selling goods cheaper than they were ever sold in Stan- 1.1. at nuuiifuiiu l. nun mu l.- -l l uuuru wl t tlf..l I. era House, Wednesday, Nov. 7. ingly disagreeable. The weather dis- had taken, but that ho was really against .. ford and Oo , Cincinnati, as traveling tuilcatnan. patch said there would be a heavy frost what ho claimed to be for, as he was a To Tbaciikrs. I am in receipt of Ykaoku, of LoulBvllle, was up ia Will J. turnpike president. Unused as he that the State treasurer will not bo last night and colder Sunday to see bin sweetheart, who has . himself to acting openly and fairly, the pay the 20 per cant, school fund nearly recovertd from n spell of sick- able to It ought not to be necessary to remind boss can seo nothing but hypocracy in duo In November, but will pay 40 per democrats of their duty All true others. He can not make good a sIdrIo ness. cent, by December. W. F. McClary, supt. onea will remain steadfast to the faith promise with which ho has duped thofo Mits Katib Lbk Ykaokh, of Boyle, la and not do that which they will over af- who do not know better, and it is g tho Kiieat of Mies Annlo Hale, ami na a J. Mack Huiiiilb, formerly of the terwards bo ashamed. Voto the straight onaequenco one of our force is very strange that such a man as he is l section, has bought of T. V. Our assortment is more complete than ever. Wc can please any hippy. his stock of goods at Woodstock and ticket by putting your X under the roos- known to be can foot sensible people. one. It you want cheap goods we can sell you good ones at same Mu. SamJMaoeb was hero yesterday will launch for a merchant. Mr. Ferrill ter, like wo have on anotner page. Wo are Authorized to say that the road and Informed ua that tho democratic ban rented tho Popplowcll Hotel at Som- law passed by a democratic legislature price you pay for cheap stuff. If you want fine goods we will sell There is, we thiuB, little danger of will bo administered by a democratic fisttoket;would come out all right at Crab orset and will take charge Dec 1. the defeat of any of our ticket but Mr. cal court and that tho poor peoplo will them lower than any one. Orchard. D. Bryant, a brakeman on the South Givens. Tho reason of this is not that bo given its full benefits for work done. Mftu. Jamks ItontNBON went to Middles LOW-PRICond local, whoso home is at Livingston, Mr. Givens Is not worthy of tho office boro Saturday to visit her Bone, JntiiHf, We doubt if during hia sweet evangel had his thumb and fore finger cutoff and and competent to fill it, but the republi Jako and Will Ilobineon, who aro in bus his hand mashed while coupling cars, cans, at tho dictation of tho boss, will do of 18 years Rev. George O. Barnes baa Of Dress Goods next week. lneea there. If you want a black or fancy color now Tub sick are all improving, though Mr. anifcame here Friday to havo Dr. Pey- anything to elect their mau for this over held a more pleaaint meeting than is the time to buy. office. Democrats, wo appeal to you to tho one he closed here Sunday night, II. 0. Farrls is making plow progress. ton to give them necessary attention. avert the calamity that the election of nor one that was more greatly enjoyed Mies Nettie ,Wray Is hotter and eo ia To Paintkrs. Sealed bids fer painting such a man as Boss Davison would pro- by his hearers. From its opening till Dwight Boot. will bo received Mt. Xenia school-housduce. Vote fcr Givena and the full the sweet notes of "God be with You Mits VmoiNiA Bowman ia visiting her at the school-housat noon, Thursday, ticket. till We Meet Again" filled the Boula of cousins iu Louisville and the newspapers Nov. 8. A member of the committee DO YOU NEED the hearers with Bweetest melody, the pay her beauty and qualities of mind will bo on hand to give specifications of A Swkkt Cbowd. The Danville Advo- eerviceH wre enjoyed by large audienund heart high compliments. tho work to be done. D. B. Stagg, of cate's Hustouville correspondent tells of ces, who sat under the epell of Bro. J. 8. Kknnbdy, of Richmond, contin- committee. n negro love feast there the other night Barnes' magnetism nnd touching elo ues to journey towards Huston ville, and and tajB: Lawyer Davison, of Stanford, Culiianb's Minstrels at Walton's Op- n negro doctor from somewhere und Beu queuce. The good evangelist baa not the indications aru that we shall have to condition, for years. record the inarriugo ot Another beauty of era House, Wednesday, Nov. 7th. This Alford, of Stanford, made fiery, untamed been in bottt-We Though GS yeara of age, the fire of his attraction comes hero flushed from their speeches to tho colored brother, in which t iat village of beautiful women. enthusiasm continues to burn brightly Mise&n Mahy and Fkancks Adams week'a engagement at Indianapolis, giv. they promised him everything save the give a delightful entertainment at 'their ing the most meritorious and compact 10 acres and mnlo. It was a lovely crowd and ho preachea the gospel of "God is SCIENTIFICALLY. homo at Htistonvlllo Saturday night in minstrel ever seen In this city. Tho sing- and they had a lovely timo. These back- - Love and Nothing Klse" with a fervid convincing and conhonor of Misses Martha Paxton Rout ing is first'claso ns also are tho novel, alley fellows ought not to bo trusted with eloquence that is Will guarantee a Fit or no Pay. verting. As usual the music was a spe- No Chirac for Examination. and h abolla Owsley. About '.'0 couples ties. public office, and they certainly will not cial feature of the services. .Miss Marie onjoyed it. Blukked. "I'll hot you 51,000 that 1 bo in Lincoln couuty. THFc&n fling as no other woman can and as Hon. J. BoylkStonk, of Liberty, was got 17.000 votes uextTiieeday,"said Hon. CoxintoMisKi). Tho following item we imagine those songs will be sung "iu here Fridny. Ho is very hopeful of his David G. Colson to nn I. J. man Friday "when the brother George's election and thinks he as he stood on the platform of a passing comes to us marked iu the Dallas, Texaei tho sweet "Tho suit of' James mists have rolled away." The troupe a splendid chanco to bo tho next train. "We called him," and in ouranxiety his was Bent to Danville by Judge J. W. Gongresumnu from the 11th. to get oomo of the magic city's magnate's Guthrie vs. It. M. and C. W. Gano, and Alcorn yesterday in his carriage aud MisaeaJps-hIMh. SamuklH. Rkid and money, wo tried to drag him from the tho damage euita of the Ganos vs. Guth a week there, with services each and Kato Cook, of Huetonville,- - wero train, but he plead Dressing business and rie in tho United States circuit court at Always ready. This is our seo Mrs. K. 0. Walton went his w ay a beaten nud a bluffed bluf Dallas have been settled by a compro- night, the party will leave for Sauihel down Sunday to motto. mise. Guthrie receives $10,000 of his Iilaud, Florida. A large number of und little Lucy Leo. Tho latter remainB fer. Lancaster people attended the Sunday alarmingly ill, though tho doctors think claim and the balance, $lG,500ia allowed Mr. F. B. Twidwell is waking things tho Ganos for damages. Guthrie with- a'ternoon service hero and listened to tho crisis has past. up at Hu8tdnvillo. He was hero a day draws the charges made in his affidavit Bro. Barnes' matchless sermon against o A LKTTEit from Harlan ago Judge R. or two ago and engaged spaco in this pa for attachment and admita they were er- spiritualism with rapt attention and states that alow evenings pleasure. Wo ore glad to know that Boyd, of London, Ky., who was out per to tell his peoplo that hereafter they roneous or untrue when made." will not hayo to go elsewhere than to his our peoplewere fairlv liberal in their speaking for Mr. Colson, fell from a sec New Cloth Capes, New Jackets, storo to got druga, medicines, fancy groporch and received Injuries Tiik V. A. M. Literary Socioty kept contributions and that the troupe went New Cloaks, New Misses ceries, silverware, &c, at prices that can open house at the college Saturday after- away an $100 or so better off. Mr. Bprne? which may provo fatal. not be duplicated any whero. He ia go- noon and a largo numbor accepted invi- needs money badly to finish paying for Law and Children's Cloaks and the Mn. It. G. Williams, of tho of Centre College, was hero ing to have a full stock of holiday goods. tations to attend. Tho program waa bis home, which he ia sure will prove a choicest line of rich legacy for his family. yesterday, but he will bo In Mt. Vernon Sivo your money and buy of him. both enjoyable and meritorloua and all not only to put it under the roos Tho pension payments from tho FedTiik trial of Wiil Hale for tho murder who wero present went away much ter, but to work that others may do bo. of George Pennington pleased. President Miss Ethyl Beazley eral Treasury during October were occupied tho Dick ia a democrat from Awayback. court from Thursday till Saturday night, presided very gracefully and Mies Mat-tl- o Hopper, the secretary, performed her MEANS BUSINESS? Mn. and Mrs. G. 0. Kbllbr, Jr., ar tho jury being discharged.at 10 o'clockf Ever brought here. We keep a rived from Washington yesterday. Mr. unable to agree. They stood: four for duties admirably. She also Bang a solo, Be v your school books and school supKeller came to voto for Gov. McCreary capital punishment, seven for termB oi "Over tho Stars thore is Best," in a very plies of all kindB at A. R. Penny'a. full line of J. B. & P. D. Corsets, A' and our excellent ticket. Ho camo 800 3 to 21 yeara and 1 for acquittal. There excellent manner. Miss Mattie Cash re Watciik8, clocka and jewelry repaired and the best and cheapest line of miles to do so. It is a very poor demo, was a good.deal of cross swearing in the cited nicely, Miss Alice Baughman read and warranted. Engraving a apecialty, Ladies and Gentlemen's under-war- e A crat who wont go a mllo or two to aid ua case, rne prisoner nna nia crowd prov- a selection from an article by J. K. Low at A. K. Penny's. JHt TilKlargeat stock of Drugs, MedicineB, sweetly modulated voice and we have ever offered. You in the present struggle. ed that Penuington shot first and when ell in a Pertumnry, Paints and Wall Paper at Mh. L. D. Sampson, of tho Cincinnati Halo was.' expostulating with him, but Miss Adolo Saufiey read a beautiful f s J who want Winter Shoes or Boots, Pescrlptlons a specialA. R. Penny's. Commercial Gazette editorial staff, who the preponderance of tho evidence waa Bay on "Some Applications of tho Gold- ty. either ladies' or gents' don't fail to has been writing up tho Congressional that Hale had not only fired the first en Rule." Then came a solo by Mies exam ine ours before buying. They are nqt one of a kind but many races in the closo districts of Tennessoo shot, but had done so maliciously and Mary Cowen, who Bang in a charming DO YOU of each kind and all cheap. Brighter prospects are visible from every and Kentucky, was hero Saturday en without cause. Tho argumont occupied manner "Astohore." She has a voice aa WANT A sweot aa a bird's and tho song Situation? point of the compass and we joyfully confess that trade is much betrouto to his old homo at Barbourvillo to the whole of Saturday and all of the clear and a lucrative speeches wero good. The proaecution, fairly electrified tho audience She also rrs'fM. ter with us because we sell more goods for a silver dollar than ever vote. Mr. Sampson has both 4f 'A position on tho groat pa- through Messrs. J. B. Paxton and J. S. rendered a difficult piano solo with a before. Come and try it. and Important . T master band. Miss May Hughes, the wo aro glad to observe that he is Owsley, Jr., plead for capital punishper and holding it with credit. Ho tells us that ment, whlle!Me88rs. W. H. Miller and elocution teacher, in costume, recited IHkWililillMiiiiiliMHHlri0iaBHMaMNaaaiaaa,in our old friend, Walter P. Emerson, lato Harvey Helm could not do much moro "Tho Marriage of tho Flowers," a porrrof. E. W. .Smllli, fur 18 yean principal ot tho tion of it in minuet, and it waa most of Louisville, is doing the local political than plead for mercy. They aru thereCommercial College l0Fenucht1vo: reporting for tho Bamo rapor and stands fore more than pleased with a hung ju- beautifully and gracefully done. It was Awardod Medal and Diploma vary high In the confidence of tho man- ry. Tho court waa not in seaslon yes- tho first exhibition of her highly cultiDj the World' Columbian Exposition, terday, having adjourned for the elec- vated talent hero and aho won both enagement. comiums and applause. Miss Beazley Tor Nyateni ornookkrpluff nud Uenrral tion till Wednesday. . Ktliiratlnn. rtr. Cost to complete HuilnruCourse about fJO.Inclucllruc tuition, llusluesa CITY AND VICINITY. The grand jnry finally adjourned Fri- then thanked tho audieuco for ita inter- and board, fnonoprjipliy. Typewritingbooks and graduates day, after returning 40 indictments; noth- est and attention and the very pleasant Trlpirrnptiy ttiusht. 10,i(x)inccetilul Varnllon. & Son. 100 In banks and 100 odlclals. No 2Jkv dreBB goods. Severance Diploma Kentucky ing was found against Ed Simpson for exercise wero brought to a close by Rev. Enter Hww. graduates. University attention ttperlal awarded our to aenrlnr situations (or graduates, Severance & shooting Bob Whitley, but an examin- W. E. Ellis, who pronounced the beneIf kw cloth and fur capea. 'or circulars tddress And TORNADO. Temporary office at D. W. Vandevett's store. diction. ing court will investigate tho case. WILBUR K. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY. Son. ly Interior Journal Watch Danks' window thla woek. j. m to-da- m m COME, COME, COME! visl-tiu- m m m The GRAND MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE on Exhibit .At Our Stors. yes-torda- y. m m to-da- y. IF You Want a Range j o Bll m W. K. WEAKEN & CO., AGENTS. - It Has Leaked Oat Turned. E -.- i. (it-iroi- x no-tic- o to-da- The Tide Can Not Be to-da- Mc-Kinn- ey paES-in- Tor-ril- SPECIAL SALE" m e E VliDM A KrCIE 8 & 8 gCTJMo e SPECTACLES? FIT r BA3OT&, - OTW3G3IJEB Tunes-Heral- d; af-ti- o r M ORE NEW THINGS I Court-hous- New Fur Capes, 40-inc- h ond-stor- y to-da- y, 811,-053,35- 7. Black and Fancy Dress Goods 3 m rr??' fiV' 'Q'tA. HUGHES & TATE. JOHN H. KIRBY, LIFE, HTSTJB.A1TCE AGE1TT, STASTFOHD. FOR FIRE, iCCIDEEl .. Sr- "ri" iiurv ttti nf i."y t,"' 'r -'-- M Semi-Weekly Interior JouRHfli AT s- : Published Evory Tuoaday and Friday LJli -J WMPX4Wf ss58satfc-4tv. -- tC lit ir?S $500,000.00 to Loan stocks, bonas and cotnmorclal paper. Agent for tho Missouri Drokcrago Co., St. Louis, Mo. M. N EAULV. 654 82 PER YKA.lt INADVANOK aSkrWhen not opaid -i-- &i3trfii-- t.4: "4 Cation the ttndorMgned at Rowland, Lincoln countr, Ky , tor termt. We want to negotiate loam on first mortgage security on real estate, The iarge Store Room occupied b v U.K.Jones Possession Jan. 1, 1803. . os ti Apply to S 1', Stage, atanlord, Ky, XVmVl . J IXSiaa itioo feet... & Son . C TPrXT) "D T? ATfTi I I ... I For twelve I months. Will security and Eight per cent, inter give hrtt-chietc. call on J . PAXTON, Attorney, frtanfud $1,500 WANTED. si Desirable Farm for Sale. Situated hall a mile West of MiKinnev and containtn f: 131 acres of Iindln good tlateot culti vatlon 'osiettlon given by Jan. itt, iIjj. Fo particulars apply EI). At, ESTES or J AS. W. OIVENS, Fanners Bank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - Co My at Tur netsvllle; fine location will board party renting it. Mrt. Sal-6- 9 lie K. Bailey, McKlnney, Ky, TYlT) "PTATril 1 I store-hous- e It oesired in niciwuiicr, 32.BO will be charged.' NO LONGER DOWNTROL DEN. Her l'oucr Just the Sniiji'. They lilted living in tlio snbnrbs, oh, bo much better "than in town. Tlio railnecessary. When road rido was rinilly beneficial to health, and had they not gathered three, rosea K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. ? from the hush in tho front yard last Still tiioro was a serpout in their returning Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. in., Ktlen, and thiH sorpotit was tho hirod at j:top. m. girl or tho lack of her. So when tho L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. now 0110 proved to bo u troasuro lifo in,....ta 37 P deed put ou n rosy huo to tho young Mail tria going North........ South..,.., 3P Express train " South... ,..,.............. it si pa FlutterloyH. m .......--. ...313 am Hoith...H Ouo ovouing, howover, on coming ,9 36 a m homo Jlr. Fluttorley saw n tiny crwiso Local Freight North. ...J07P m bourn, on his wifo's brow which even tho perThe latter train also carry pan engers. Tha above it calculated on standard time. Solar fection of tho soup failod to drive away. Tatter, ima it about 10 minutes "Is it tho cook?" ho faltered arter tho roast, a night to tempt an auchorifb, QUEEN &.CRESGENT ROUTE. had been brought oil Going North traint pats Junction City as "Oh, 110. She seems quito satisfied, " Vetttbule tarts 6 a. m. replied his wifo iu a tepid tone. "But, Limited 3:3$ p. rn. Local 1:10 p. m. Florid Limited 3t3. a. m. Chcsterflold, don't you think that in O. Vetttbule Jia t8 p. m. Florida timo I might leant to cook as well as Limited tarics. m. Local 11:53 p. m. bIio docs?" Vestibule arrlveeS.40 p. m. "For your second husband porhaps, my dear. I really don't bolievo that I could survivo much moro cjcperimont-ing.- " Ititt tlio Cook Shown! sum-mor- S0E3 PAGES. COMING! 1 OF STANFORD, KY., lanovf fullyorgsniied and ready (or butlnctt wUt To Th. Xjadies I THE ATTRACTION $200,000. 20 000. WILL : E. : CULHANE'S FAMOUS IMIIEIlXrSTZEe Band and Orchostra. THE BIG MINSTREL Funny Endmen, B Ij S PnnTVr "vw ." Comical Comedians, Sweet Singers, Artistic Dancers. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONA1 BANK OP STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same atteU and undo the tame management, By provisions of itt chatter, depontors are at fully protected as ate depositors in Nations. cankt, its shareholders being neiu inuiviauiUT liaole to the extent of the amount of their itoct therein at the par valuo thereol. in addition to th Mitt Moore will arrivn October ttt, with o amount invested In such shares. It may acta that It new and nobby In the way of executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ' an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to ut while muaglng tha Lincoln National Bank, ol .Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and rieatt call and examine my ttock before buytrust they will continue to transact their bunnoti ing Mypiicct shall be the lowest. Ihanking you for pattfatott. rvsprctfully, offering at a guarantee for prompt attenwith ut, KATK DUDDURAR, Manager. tion to tame, our twenty years experience Ir banking and at liberal accommodationi at are banking. with tound At my ttore you will find one ol 'he finest ttockt of Millinery and Embroidery Material ever brought to Stanford, lhave paid cash for my goods Office South Side Main St., In office and sell them for cath, to low that you will be vacated by Dr. Lee K. Hulfman, Stanford, Kjr. forced to buy from me. An examination will convince you and you ate Invited to make it. HIGG-INS- , MRS. A. A Mc KINNEY. DR.W.B. PENNY Dentist. rfntly J. B. A Treat For the Ladies. cry-thi- Draleri n ...., I All Kinds Stanford, SXSX of Coals Kv. con-title- GRAHAM THE WHITE HVARS. Everything New and e, diikctohs: J, J. t TO THE liATJIES I Is a candidate for Constable In tha Highland and WayueaburK Magisterial District, subject to the action of the republican party. fol-lo- Blue-Gra- ss Vet-tlbu- w 20 TWENTY ARTISTS .........AT......... 20 Blue-Gra- tt WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1894 Reserved SeaU en tale at W. B. McRobert's Msofufely -- Pure strength. cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening o'clock tea rally. " A Drug'nre. H.F. IULLRNMEYEK, "Oh, Chesterfield, how can you!" Wo have a Large Line of 6 Lexington, Ky. "Only n joke, my lovo, a mcro joke. Locust Fencing Posts, Still I think that I could bo willing to put tho cook's young man up nt my club, w. JONIS. J. t jokes, nan. Plank Fonco, to allow her weekly reception days Granger Stakes, niiythiug to retain her services. But how about your political work? Docs Shingles &Lumbor Mrs. Van Smith still talk of bolting tho Tin & Iron ticket?" AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY "Yes, indeed. Sho says that her Stanford, Ky. And at Very Low Figures. will not allow hor to voto for 1 Delivery Wagon, 1 Iron Safe (Hall's Make), 2 show cases, ' 1 pair Sole proprietors Dean't Hisck Dlanond Roof a woman who wears such atrocious bonKINO A- PREWirr, Paint Rtlimates furmtned far painting yood, Mortland, Ky. M.'tal and lion Kcoft Satltfaction Guaranteed. nets as our candidato docs. Still I hopo Platform Scales, 1 Cheese Safe, 1 Tobacco Knife, 1 Bung Borer, &C. All tooft painted with Dcau's HJack Diamond wo have mended matters by putting hor These fixtures have been used some and will be Paint guaranteed for years Dealers in best cisTHOMAS YEAOKR tern Pumps and Galvanucd Iron FilUrt. 67.1m JAMES YEAGER. on tho reception committee at our 5 11, Williams, Mt. Vernon; . H. Shsuks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Etnbry, Stanford; J. II. Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Cath, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. WCarpcnter.Mllledgevillt, K W, H. Cummins, rreachertvill S. H. Shanks, President Dr. J .'B. Owsley, Cashier, W.M. Bright, Teller. Mlttjarboe, ny trimmer, It In the cities buying my Kail and Winter Stock, and I will not make my usual-fal- l Ulp Both Mite larboeanil her m chjasct will arrive next week and you ate cordially w invited to call. MISS LICCIE I1EAZLEV, Stanford, Ky. Blue-Gra- ss Nurseries. ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN. A full ttock of Fruit and Ornamental Trcet, Shrubs, Small Fruits, Grape Vines, Atparagua and every thing usually found at such an establishment. Try ut nn pricon. Wo do not aril through agcnit but direct to tho planter. Catalogue on application. Attention Farmers! '3L I ! FOR : SALE ! Remember we have the best selection of JONES BROS., Sheet - Works con-Fcicu- co - -- Latest United States Government Food Report. 100 Wall Street, New York. "I should EOYAL BAKING.POWPER CO., creaturo sho has over been I" 1 an is no longer tho poor, downtrodden "Humph Havoyou been out on your indeed." "Yes. Oh, how glad I nm that hopo so wom- SOLD AT A BIG BARGAIN. YEAGEH & YEAGER, UVE7t FEED AKS TRAIH1HS STABLS, THE EILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. d. J f 1i Special Kites to Commercial Men. F. D. RILEY.tProDrtetor, A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. OSico over McRoberu Drug Stdre in the new Owsley Building. Stanford otlT0 jB g bicyclo today?" "Yes, and, oh, Chesterfield, a horrid man mado such remarks concerning my bloomers! Howover, I just passed him by in hi lout scoru. Tho timo has gono rgu... by when woman will bo dictated to Coal vases, coal hods, and terrorized out of doing what Bho your purchases in any knows tp bo right." "Well, woll! And so tho members of your ward club intend to rido up to tho polo in boomers to cast their votes?" "Yes. Will it not.bo a splendid victory for tho advancement of woman and tho casting off of old shackles? Ob, Chesterfield, what shall I do if I havo to givo it all up?" cook! She oh, Chesterfield, sho says k that sho will nover cook another in this honso unless I voto for her candidato!" Chicago Tribune. boof-stea- STANFORD. fc.Y. London, r; cs, HEATING &c, thing : STOVES ! fitclaat turnouts lor rates. In our You will find II you nwsl livery glvt us a call. Nothing but will leave our stable, bre ut I have moved to my new Hol.itid am better than ever to accommodate the public, ood Livery attached and every conv.oicac. HARNES3 SHOP assortment of Hamrt, liil-dlSaddle, Ac. Have your repairing doue by our man, he understands his business. We have mechanic in our a good Civem.acalL FRANK RILEY. in town. Call in our line. and sec us before you make D. S. CAPSITTEH, J. 11. HIGGINS & MeKINNEY. BLACKSMITH. SHOP. s work and satisfactory Will guarantee prices. Ti our horse shorr. Agents for Dccnug Machines, the tightest draft machine on earth. first-clas- At the wclUknownnld ttand ol Green, in Kustonvlllo, Hat Jntl received - - Kontuck a beautiful line of "Give it upl Vhy, I don't object" "Humph! I should think not, but BRnnP rr- -l U! II. m. F Surroys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Furniture and Stoves. Call and tee hit stock and get bit prices which ar lower than anybodyt. If you wants nice set of harness, a whip or a duster Hinder Twine for tale. rl Has just what people want. Lowest prices, the latest styles and the R. Zimme -- MYERS IIOUSE rf He- pointed to an assortment of bot- ever brought to Stanford. I will complete my new price list this "Farmer a JBarbor Shop. tles that were about to be packed up for week and OTHER HOUSES WILL BE NO MORE IN IT. .uooic a customer. Each ono boro a label I have made the prices since my embark- Come to headquarters. marked in plain lotters "Poison. " Tiiero ...IF VOU AKK GOING....... ment, and will continue to make my customers prices that will cer- wereralBo death's heads aud orossbonea R Call and see my elegant Fall stock. tieuoath tho labels. Tho bottles wore of tainly induce them to pay cash. nil slzea and sorts. .THE and wedding presents. Holiday, birth-da"What does it mean? Wholcsalo suiW. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. cide hoy?" - "Look at theso bottles," said n woll or Cold, known druggist. "Do you notico anyJBefreshingUBath&Hot thing peculiar about thom?" styltth Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to 3V. . For a . Dangerous. Most Complete Stock Of Furniture Fancy DEALER IN- - AYTSTERTr ST ABIiX P. W.GREEN, Prop. This stable, which It run n connection with the n well-know- : Groceries D.o-mest- ic & Mycrt House, has been supplied with NOHTH WEST, Foreign and A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, y Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. Hcadquartersjlor almost anything want'afirst-classjncal n ruuimer't Slipping and Is better than ever (supply the public with prcpaiai Fin8T-OLA8- S RIGS OF ALL JCIND8. glvento Weddings "Kot by any means. Thoso aro tho toilet essences of n young woman of fashion. They aro prescription for tho Louisvillc a. Personal and promptattention I'aitics and jlurlat. AI HURNS.Manager P.W. Nashville R. R. f5, Is the line for you, at Its II Daily Trains Double clote connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKF.TS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Or For any information enquire of f, I. f ' W. lOES.UICK. Agent Stanford, Kyi A. MeQUOWN , Trav. Patt. Agent, Junction City, Ky A. complexion, sleeping drafts, tinctures, and that largo bottlo is plain ammonia, but wo must mark them all so that iu caso n juvenile in tho family should drink of thoir contents a coroner's jury would oxonernto us. See?" "Alas," murmured tho other man as ho gazed on tho deadly assortment, "to this complexion havo wo como nt last!" nud ho gavo nn inward thanskgiving that ho was still n bacholor. Detroit Froo Press. HI Idea. LAMPS, LAMPS, LAMPS. 0RF.KN, Proprietor Parlor Lamps in great variety. Handsomest line ever brought to you want. When you Stanford. We also lead in The Myers House, 'P.1W. GREEN. Proprietor. Queensware, Glassware, &c. Call and See a Beautiful Line. forsc, call on him. J Stanford, : : : Kentucky. R. ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. I am still running this w.ll.koourn iroi.l cod win continue to giv mygueattthe politest attention at well at the best Uiti market affords, pecial Attention, to tho Traveling Public. When you want a flnt-cla- st John'.B. Cattleman. ROYAL Insurance OF LIVERPOOL. Company "Wcro you in tho fight?" n."ked an officer of an elderly negro on a steamer G. Lanhsa nfter taking a fort "Had a littlo tasto of it, sah." "Stood your ground, did you?" "No, sah. I runs." "Run at tho first fire, did yon?" " Yes, sah. Would havo run soonor if I had known it was coiuin." "Why, tliut is not very creditable to your courage. ' "Datitn't my line, sah cookin my perfeshun. " "Well, but havo you no regard for FARRIS & HARDIN. HU.R0PLEY,-A turnout come' to my Ky. Midland By, Shortest and quickest between LIVERY STABLE. Prices to suit the hard times. at the Myers House Oftce Call or leeve order ,in $?& - XXJPIWVO mtlmmwttow Is Beceiving His a . 4crarv Cincinnati and Frankfort Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Oarlislo, Maysvlllo, Oynthiana, . Falmouth and, Covington. Atk for ticket via Kentucky Midland. Trims run by Central Stanoard Time. Itnie TabU Jnne 14, 1854. No. 3. No. 1. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. p. ru. p. m. a. m. 1 00 o Leave Frankfort A 4 7 00 11 Only Direct Line between NORFOLK AND your roputatiou?" MANAGERS, -- : -:- "Reputation's nothin to mo by tho FALL-:-AN- D Oocimorce Building, Louisville side of life." "Do yon consider your lifo worth Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me Agents throughout the South. moro than ohor peoples?" "It's worth moro to mo, sah." Ex"W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agoat, change. BARBEE &CASTLEMAN WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO WINTER GOODS. call T. STANFORD, KY. Precisely. San Francisco Portland. F " ' " ' 17 Stamping Duvnll iotinson. t.eorgetown ...U C. S. Depot Switier Summit Elknorn.,, 7 06 7 11 7 iS Groui'd.7 38 416 t 10 l 4 38 4 44 4 JO 4 57 1 aoo 2 10 a so 35 J 40 .734 oa 8 ifi 8 so 7 40 7 46 35 newton ' SOJ 3 3 3 300 3 3 35 3 43 -.- A World's Fair Record, CHICAGO -- VIA- 'Jsmmm'iKK!J mt 'ft let! 1MJ ItaVH b 31 ' M na MrM aBBv:nj8!3R ' 23 90 189 jwlii Centroville Arrive Pant., F.luabetU ..-a ' ,.C, a. in. 1000 ..830 a. 3J 5 35 400 OHIO, INDIANA, ILUMOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, y TRAINS WEST. No. mmmiiiiii rk'LJ'J WHAT DOES IT MEAN? It ntant that th.Qntaa and Crescent Rent. It IT ciHm sWrlait Clnknsatl siiinu siiwims vHtfrucsi 1. iar- ."T .. : M Knii artMi ,IhxUiuau iu Nir Oriuas: Oinclauatt to tJh.ttabuaaa.AtUutu.or JaekMarUl., llerlK." )) touisvittt wtwAtEAwffcCMicasaTiTCia ' al suuvai Urtt PULLMANSAND ' PAI.L0E CABS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE "Grandpa, what doos 'D. F. 'mean?" "Nowadays, my boy, it means a young man who Is quite 'btnart' " Life. A ("line Call. poln't. Throa.h Cart t Itk.lnnt atxl FhrtTf-.- i. Oulr 1m. runaln, throouli ( irs Clu.Us.ti U KaasrtM. inJ Asherlll.. S'. 0. Dim! llu. tu T.xs. ana Mciko via I?'.w l)rtn or r.m vltShreTeiwrt. Ask agtntt about tonn to C.lif.rnU. b'j.lhyTlll. ami LAirrrDCchure, dlnrt ronntcUva it load, at LxuiUit Jt'Tjen all ef lie aiT. RUNNING - DINING - CARS. . wtth v.sUlmJoa trxiat ti alt points South. mvriiwnv 0 tn'l I'ast'r Aicut, Ciaciana'J, 0. WRITE TO B H.BACON, D.P--. A.; F.J L.Juisvi!le, Ky. St. Paul. Dud I had a cldo call last night. Spud How? UEED.G.P.A. Chicago, 111 Dud Mou In tho 100m nost to mino talked to mu nn hour over tho transom. Denver. Detroit Freo Press. QUEEN AHD CRESCENT ROUTE. J: Lve Paris ....C... 10 Arr Elizabeth jai 6 to Arr CentrevUle.. 14 Arr Newtown .... . io at 5 40 ArrC. S. Depot., ..... o is 600 643 Arr Georgetown U 1037 7o47 ,11 47 800 Arr Johnson 8 10 6 7 10 5) Arr uuvaii Stamp'g Ground 11 00 Arr 73 83a n 10 73 b 50 Arr Swltzer. 30 Arr Elkhorn 17 9 .it Jj 77 s6 9 0S Arr Summit ti 'J Arr Frankfort...A 7 33 30 it 93 A connects with L, A N. U connects with Q. ii C. and L. S. C connects with k.. C. SUNDAY T.RAINS. Leave Franklort 9 00 a. rn;.Oeornetown 10 00 a. ro. Lve Georgetown 10 37 arrivn Kranklort (t 30 , p. m. The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec tiont form the snorteat and cheapest rcute to all points South, East, North and west. For further information apply to their agents. C D. HKKCAW.Gen Pass Agent. oEO. IJ. UARPElt, Gen. Supt .io ,.io No. 4. 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