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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894110901 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. ir'KMMsr' "?- - ?- - w ff -- s&'ir i 'ifftta ' r Semi Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxii. MIDDLEBURCJ3ASEY COUNTY. i STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1894. HUSTONVILLE. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. NO. 7fe Mr. Hugh Miller is improving hia Tho big mooting is progressing flne- fnulro John TiKonl said the wortlp There will bo vorK in tho spcond fiundity at Mr. It J. Hoguo's that made ly and Is doing considerable irood. There residence and third ranks at tho K. P. lodgo to- 'Jeomn" Nathan Foley mid Mies Prifirll- j In Hogue, hushnud and wife. Ah both aides oi the houso are strotiKly demo-- ; cratic yon can safely gueps what tho tin: vest will he. Mr. Klbert Wells, a Coleon republican, agreed with Quince Jones, n red hot democrat, that in caso Stone la elected, to furnish 10 pound o( powder nnd Hnvila and allow Quince to burn it in hio (Welle') ynru. Wo sincerely hope Mr. Jones wlil have tho satisfaction of dolug have heon 0 additions, all hy baptism.) What Is tho mutter with politics in night. Much interrst and enthusiasm is being this county ? Mr. D. M. Lackey 'entertained n few C. O. Williams Is erecting a brick gentlemen friends manifested and all will regret to see it at an elegant tea Wed close. office and store building on Church nesdav evening. Dr. Rifle, who has had a slight at- street. -- MissSallio Tillelt Iibb moved into tack of scarlet fever, is out again. Thero Tho mill belonging to Gentry Drop, tho Peacock property she recently puris now only ono crsb of it In town nnd near town was consumed by fire Mon- chased. She has had a great many in those who expect an epidemic need day night. provements placed on tho property. have no fears, us thorn Is no cause for Mr. Wm. Wallace, of P.dnt Lick, J. M. Harbison, John L. Anderson was hero with his cousin, Toles Wallace, Washington alarm. Oit; Tom Kason, Will Tlio Hijstonvllle Hunting and Fish- aro on a fishing excursion, r Cincinnati; George Smith, Chicago; ing Club aro rigging up poles, reels and Tho members of tho brass band aro Dr. Tom Hood nnd Clark Fnrns, of Lexguns for their annual Fall trip to Green preparing for an entertainment to bo ington, were among the Lancastrians, 80. given abont Thanksgiving or Chris'mas. who came homo to cast their ballots II matters continue as they haro river Carroll Held and J. G. Weather-forwill be over to go will them and I). P. Bethurum, county judge, P. been for soveral weeks, the poet ofllco Tuesday. department had na noil discontinue this they say they aro Roing to slay black Colyer, attorney, M. O. Miller, clerk, This is the last day for filing suits to olllcu for tho Rood it does those who pet bass and partrides by tho wholesale Tho John Griffin, jailer, nil republicans, were tho approaching term of the Garrard cirmail hero. Threo days last week wd had club has somo crack shots and expert elected. cuit court, which begins on the 10th inst. Tho Ladies' Atd Society, which mpt little or no mail, and it has been more or adglers and if they don't do what they At this writing there are only 42 appearless that way for soverrl weeks. Fre- say, it will bo because they don't want with Mrs. Dr. A. G. Lovell lust Satur- ances, bnt there is enough old business quently, the Intkmok JouiinAi. due hero to. They expect to havo n good time In day, decided to have an oyster supptr on hand to consutno the entire two on Tuesday reaches us on Thursday, nnd the mountains, "where tho lioc roareth Thanksgiving evening, weeks term. Mr. J. II. Kennedy is up from Lebother papers duo hero nro equally lato in and the whangdoodlo mourns his Miss Bernice Hamilton, of isiuuo..-vllland also protnho to tell ond truth anon, where he has bebn doing tho night coming. The mail route for eomo years is visiting Mies Nellie Mar re on telegraphing. M. O. Mullins was hero Stanford street. Littlo Bessie Batson has has been from Kingsville to Yosomlto each on tlioir return. Tho election is over nnd wo havo a after tho landslide. Judgo McClure is in recovered sufficiently to bo out. She haa and tho matL has been carried hy the train on tho Kentucky Southern. Tho town full of sore people. Huslonvlllo Louisville on business. W. J. Nowcomb hndaldrgand dangerous attack of tytrain on that road at present runs try did her part, however, for the beaten has relurnod from n trip to Chicago. phoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes Rev. G. A. Christian, from the north of Lawrenceburg, havo been visiting weekly, 1. o. it goes up one week arid candidates. In tho race of a year aro tries to cotno back the next and wo fear for the Legislature precincts Nos. 1 and 'west, was hero during tho week looking their parents this week. there is some carelessness somowhero 2 only polled 189 votes for tho three can- up lands for farmers who desire to como 50 inch all wool Scotch Plaids were 75c. Wbllo the interest In Tuesday's elecalong tho lino. Our mall should como didates, Holm, North nnd Chappnll. to Kentucky. Our real estate ngents tion was at a white heat in this county, 50 inch all wool novelties were 65c. direct from McKInnoy, our peoplo are Tuesday thy polled 280 for Cooper, 271 showed him around. He says ho will yet thero were no serious personal d i til Novelty Dress Goods that were Si. 25. Retting very tired of tho present arrango for Kennedy and 271 for Givcns, giving send In quite a number of immigrant cultios. It will bo Been from the followFiner qualities that were $1.50 and $1.75. ment and some of these days Postmaster them a majority of 100, 82 and 70 re to this county. ing report that a good deal of "scratching' . Roberts carries this county by 250, a was done. Gov. McCreary, for Congrefs Denham nnd about 10 others are going spectively in the two precincts. Paxton French Serges, finest qualities, were 75c, 85c and $1. oil" from tho usual republican maIs going to received 201 votes and McCroary's plu falling to get mad and somebody carries tho county by 03; R. A. Burnside, Whipcords and armures that were 75c to $1. ralltywas2t. Jim Do vera beat D.J jority. In tho race for county judge, D. republican candidato for county judge, Ib smell.brimfitnno. Xewbern in the marshal's race by 14 P. Dethurum gets In by 124 over Gorgo elected over J. S. Robinson by 100; John MATRIMONIAUMATTERS. votes. The republicans aro highly ela- Fish, democrat. Livingston and Brod- M. Duncan, republican, carries the counM 0. Purdah aged 71, and Mrs. ted over their victory, us it surpassed head Hstricts elect democratic magis- ty by 80 over Tom Wherritt for clerk; T. Ellzhbeth Grimes, aged 03, were married their most sanguine expectations. Wo trates, thereby making a tio with the re B. Robinson, democrat, beats R. S. Brown near Winchester last week. Tho groom havo not only tho loss of three county publicans, two magistrates to each parly for sherill by 59 votes; Clell Johnson, This is to make a clean sweep of all this class of dress goods. Such officers to mourn, but also tho loss of in tho county. received 14 more votes than is a wealthy farmer of Olark county. Jerry Bullock and son, who were bo Letcher Owsley for attorney; J. N. Den- values were never before offered. There are abobt 30 different styles Mr. L. A. Smith, 21, Miss Lima Wilson, Owens, McDermott, Hill and Crab Orchard, camo down many others. How truo was tho proph- badly injured in tho boiler explosion ny, democrat, beats John Boner 10 votes of Dress Goods in this lot, solid colors and mixtures. Singleton, The prices we Monday night and wora married at the esy which said "the low shall override Wednesday morning, died Wednesday (or assessor; Rico Benge, republican, re- mention are exact prices at which we sold these goods. The Si. 50 the high." nleht. One of the other victims, Frank ceived n majority of 27 over S. D. Roth-weCarpenter Hone hy Klder W E Kills. and Si. 75 novelties were carried from last season but there is nothirg; Miss Salllo Klkjq, of Lancaster, form- Rentier, is at tho point of death. Mr. for jailer. Thero may be a littlo Hon. Edward Douglas White, aso-clajuiticu of the U. S. supreme court, erly art teacher at O. O , is visiting htr Bullock was hurled somo 30 feet and his difference f'om tbe foregoing statement, out of date about them. was married to Mrs. Virginia Montgom- iriany friends here. Misses Mattio nnd Bon was thrown probably 60 feet from but is as near correct as can be given at ery Kent, at tho Jesuit church of St, L'zzlo Thompson, of Lancaster, nro the tho boiler into somo brush, whero ho present. m Francis Xavlor, Now York City, Monday. guests of Miss Ik'ttie Powell. Miss Isa- was found some minutes afterward. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tho protracted meeting which was Jndgo White was recently appointed to bella Owsley, of Hubble, Is the guest of Mips Mary Adams. Mrs. John Johnson conducted by Elder Taylor, of LouisRev. S. M. Logan will presch at tbe our highest court by President Cleveand her daughter, Pearl, of Danville, aro ville, was geuerally pronounced one of Rowland church at 7 r M. Sunday. land. We have just received about 40 handsome fur capes, and we bought visiting relatives here. Mrs. Lucy Tato tbe best ever held here. Tho preaching Elder J. T. Brown arrived from LexAt strawberry festival In tho them at same prices as last August. We are very fortunate to get Long Island, church, Miss Luella Payne, of Boston, has been tho guest of was not sensational, but tho kind that ington yesterday and will preach at Sunday on Church discipline. them and more so to get them at old prices as they are very scarce M. Mueller was one of sovera) women Miss Dollio Williams, as also has strengthens tbe Christian in his faith Rev. A. J. Pike will fill tho pulpit at and have advanced 25 per cent. All our capes are very full sweep sold klBses for 60 cents each, the Mr. J. S. Kennedy, of Richmond, and and draws tho members closer together who proceeds going townrdsthechurch funds. things begin to tako a Berloua huo. Miss in brotherly love. Tbe people gave a the Baptist church hero Sunday morning and in selected qualities of furs. We call attention to our Win, Corning, of Frceport, Invested 60 liertha Morse has returned from a substantial testimonial of'their appreci- and night, tho pastor being away hold' Astrachan Capes at 12.50, 15.00, 18.00, 20.00 23.00. ing a meeting at Brodhead. cents and kissed Miss Mueller. Tho ac- lengthy visit Iri Northern Kentucky. Miss ate.. of Bro. Taylor's efforts Brooklyn, N. Y. has 05 young peoMr. Williams, tho pension examincontihiied Miss Louise Kuutrhian, of Lancaster, is . quaintance thUs begun was Wool Seal Capes at S20 to 25.00. ple's societies with a membership of until, according to Mlsa Mueller, they visiting relatives here. J. M. Alversou, er from Washington, is still hero. Seal Capes at Si 2. 50, 15.00, 18 00, 21.00 and 25.00! China Ollie Cass and Kate Tharp, of ubout 10,000 and 42 junior societies numbecame engaged. Later Coming's flitter of your' force, was up courting Sunday. French Coney at SS. 50, S10 arid S12." Will King, who went to Louisville, about Brodhead, visited Mrs. Nannie Albright bering about 1,700 member's. dlt'd, leaving him a fortune. As Corning a week ago to see about securing a posi- this week. Miss Nancy Kennedy lias sermon Suhdav Dr. Parkhursl in his Marten Capes at S30. worth S40. delayed the marriage, Miss Mueller finalintion, Is uack, which fact will make cer- been ill. Rev. Hardin, of Centre Col- slid, unless things got better in New ly became convinced that her lover tended to discard her altogether nnd she tain young ladies' hearts beat gladly. lege, preached hero Sunday. Mr. and York, God will wreak His vengenco tn George D. Weatherford is up from Som- Mrs. George Cook, of Livingston, accom- ,thnt city as ho did on Sodom and Gomorhas brought suit for breach of promiBO. erset spending a few days with his moth- panied by Miss Carrie and Clydo Lair, rah. Tho republicans wreaked theirs Tho highest bridge ot any kind in the er. aro in Louisville. Mrs. E. A. Tisppert Tuesday. A choice variety of styles in black and colors from S4.50 uptp S20. world is the Loo Itivor viaduct, on tho The meeting at tho Christian church nnd daughter havo returned from a visit An editor was praising tne women to JeHVrsonville. Antofngasta Hallway, In Ilolivia, South Mr. R. G. Williams closed Monday night with 13 additiona -:- -:- plnco whore this highest and he said: 'Tho women are tho heart visited the homefolksthis week. Mieses and Rev. W. E. Orabtree returned to his America. The structure has been erected lo ov- of everything wo know of. They Are the Bessie McClure aud Llna Kennedy visit- homo in Lexington Tuesday, taking with railway er tho Melo Haplds. In tho Upper Andes, centre and all things revolve around ed Miss Benin Martin at Markshury last him the prayers aud good wishes of all of and Is between the two sides of n canon, them. Annihilate them aud how thiugs week. Mr. R. L. Jopliu is improving. God's people. which is situated 10,000 feet above tho would careen, collide, jam, topple, smash, A frightful boiler explosion occurAbout 200 Cloaks to select from and alll'new this season. Prices The annual report (recently issued) lavel of tho Pacific. Counting from the and tho voice of chaoa be heard bellow- red nine miles south of this place Wed service statea range from S3. 50 to S20. Cloaks for all ages from Infants to Grandlevel of tho stream to the level of the ing through tho universe!" needay at a email grist mill owned by of tho steamboat inspection ''For a town not yet six months old," Wesley Mink, by which Will Mink wra that of tho 000,000.000 or 700,000,000 per- mothers. rails, this celedrated drldgo is exactly 030J h height. Tho length of tho prin- Bays tho Now York Evening Poet, "West killed and lsq persons more or ltss in- sons carried on steam vessels during the cipal span is 80 feet, nnd the distance be- Beach, on tho shores of Lake Worth, jured. Jerry Bullock aud son were fa last fiscal year, only 00 passengers lost tween abutments (total length of bridge) E la., aliowa a remarkable development tally injnred. Frank Rennir had his, their lives through casualities. During u 802 feet. Tne largest column IhUH It became a community of nearly 800 upper jaw urokon; Wesley Mink wvs the Bamo period 159 ofllcers or persona feot two inches long, nnd tho batter of peoplo within aix months of the time its blown somo distance and seriously hurt; employed on such vessels were lost, an If you haven't bought yet, would be glad to have you see our line first busineesLstructuro was built." year. But 15 fatal 27 tho pier, what is known to Pornick McPherson had his left foot torn incrcaso of over last and compare qualities. Every store has 25c, 50c, 65c and Si Underoccurred out of a total A pair of hounds in Hardin county, as ''ono in three." The guage of tho oil and will probably die. A boy was boiler accidents wear, the difference is quality. We are the largest dealers in and trains wero set on the trail of a thief one after- firing the boiler, which was an old ono of 11,000 boilers inspected. road is two feet sir Inches, China is disposed to invoke the aid speed of 30 miles an noon, recently, aud, after following it that had gone through a still houso firo cross tho bridge at a five miles, ran into a house uptUirs and Kuropeau Powers to sue for peace hour. . and Bteam was up to 150 pounds when of tho population of Russia, hr into a bed in which tho thief, hia wifo tho explosion took place. The feed pipo with Japan, agreeing to tho independence In 1887 the - and the payment of an indemIt is and two children wore asleep. had become cloggod with leaves and tho oi Corea officially reported, was 102,000,000. s of the earnings of a nity. The roport that China is negotiat- And Underwear in this section and buying for cash arid selling, for pump fall to work, and when it did start now probaply 125,000,000, or almost dou-l- o of 10,000,000 Shanghai taela cash enables us to give better values. Belgian convict are giveu to him on the , thecolJ water forced into tho nlmott ing a loan tho population of tho United States. expiration of his term of imprisonment. empty has been confirmed. corre' boiler caused tho explosion. Tho Kmpiro in acreage more than Somo of them thus aavo moro money in 25c Ladies' Fine Ribbed Vests and Pants. sponds with this enormous population, Lines. Wisconsin Central they over Bit veil beforo. Tho press speaks in highest terms of Ladies' Sanitary Cotton Vests and Pants. yet It has no constitutional Government. jail than Through lino from Chicago to St. Paul Wtntecaps aro reported to havo the lectures of Dr. MadisonO. Peters. virtually by one man, nnd ho Ladies' I Jest Quality Cotton Vests and Pants. It Is ruled 50c lynched Gabo Nails aud his son Ulysses, Tho following will showjliow they run: and Minneapolis, making cloee connecproclaims his successor. tion (no transfer) with lines runniug to 65 c Ladies' Wool Vests and Pants. believed to be members of tho lieriy Apt, striking, humorous, eloquent, and Vests and Pants. Will not shrink Rich gang df barn burners in Crittenden replete with good sense. The lecture all points in Minnesota, North aud South Si. 50 Alas! ono narrow lino la drawn, Dakot, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Cali- or get hard in washing. with our dawn; county. was listened to with the profoundest atThat links our sunset diOver 400 diamonds nro known to tention, and tho large audience showed fornia, and Pacific Coast points. Tho In mist nnd shado life's morning ro9o, Ladies' Union Suits, 50c to S3 a suit. rect line toUll points in Eastern, Middle, have boon recovered from the ruins of their appreciation of tho happy discourse And clouds aro round it at its close; AshBabylon. Many are uncut, but many are by good rounds of applause. Pottsvillo Northern and Western Wisconsin, But, nhl no twilight beam ascends land, Duluth and all Lake Superior evening ends. polished on one or two sides only, To whisper where tho Miners' Journal. o points. Double dally through train O. W. Holmes. son of John Reod, of A At Walton's Opera House, Nov. 10. equipment. For full with Ohestertowu, Md., fell iu a slop barrel Henry Wiioo, the poitmaiter t Wrishton, Fla., There's a man in Nebraska City nam particulars address any ticket agent In ataiidlng and was drowned. enred a caie of diarrboea of too Chamber-Uiniyi he ed Damme. tho United StateB or J. C. Pond, general In six bouri, with one amalt bottle ot Remedy. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea A Household Troasuro. The biggest aud most populous pris- paesenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. mrprUe that rauit oave been to What a pleasant D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y., that Missouri he iufleier. Such curei are not unutual with thi Discovery In tbe oner in the United Statos is the remedy. In many initancea only one or two uu. li atway. keey. Or. King' New bo relief. It can house and hi. family would not without It, If penitentiary. i are reuuircu io kivb.iiubmu O. lwavt be depenueu upom When reduced with procurable. that A. Oykeman Druggiit, Caukill. Charged with drunkenness 333 times N. Y., .ay Dr. King. New Di.covery i. water It i( pleatant to take. . undoubtedly the boat Cougn remedy; that he ha. Hockor, druggUt, O. beforo a single police judge is the record Wben Baby was sick, wa gava bcr Castorl UK'd it in hi. lamily for eight yeau. and It ha. neve, failed to do all that f. claimed for It. Why of ono Liverpool woman. Wben fho was a Child, aho cried for Castorta. nut try a riniedy.o long tried and teited. Trial Bpeclmon Gaaoa. James Click, of Fioyd county, claims Wben fcha became Miss, aba clung to Castorii. battle re at A. R. l'ennj'i Drug Store. Reguwa troubled lar .lie joe. and Si.oo. , S. H. Clifford, New Caitel, Wi them CaJtoria. to be 104 years old. Ho has lived uuder When ahe had Children, bo ttomach with Neuralgia aud Rheumatum; hl an alarmdtiorderSd. hit liver wa affected to every President from Washington down, wa W.A. McGuIre. cltuon of Mcterribly ing deirree, appetite fell away aud he wo.bottlei o. Kay. O.. L6l the opinion that there L nothing and has alwaya voted the democratic aud etrength. Three good lor children troubled with cold, or croup a. ticket. cured Win. ,. i. Klectrlc lliltera Chamberlain'. Cough Remedy. He haa u.ed it la Edward Shepherd, Harmburtf, Illin with Forapilnln the.ldeor cho.t there It not. leg bla leg of eight year.' ttand-h?- hi. family for .evrral year,of it In the bei( rc.ulu BBBBBBBBBHaBaBBBal tore BuCiEiln'sArnlca Salvo. keep, a bottle aaa and aiway. the home. plocc of flannel dampened with three' bottle, or Electric Hitter, hd having la crippe ho wa. himitlf troubled with o good a. a Ualtn and bound on ver the aeat of The be.t wive lo the world lor cut, bruited Pain of Hucklen'e Arnica balve and boxe. a severo cough, lie used other reuiedic. without salt rheum, fever laret, tetter, chapprompt lee U ound and weir Jonn apeaitcr, . doc ton benefit and (hen concluded to try the childrou'a fialn. It aftord.will often and permanent relief and torci. ulcer,chllblaim, coroi and all ikln erup-:prevent a cold from re- ped hindi, in time had five largo fovcr aore. on bis leg; Electric medicine and to hi. delight It toon eflccted a peror no reauir i.n..,i;Wnitn nilti.perfeet sulting in pneumonia. Tbl. .aine treatment I. a ial'd he wa. incurable. One bottle of aUIactioa manent cars. ad. It la euaranteed to give .ure euro lor lame back. rlc Hitter, and one box Hucklen'. Arnica Salve cenu per box. and cent bottle, for Price by Ea-Bo- ffi&($sM 0C Daryville, Kentucky. d t. GREAT llrst-born- ," e, Special Sale of Fine Dress Goods, AT 49 CENTS A YARD. -- CHOICE NOW 49C YARD. ll te PUR CAPES. Free-por- t, Met-dam- es CLOTH CAPES. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. WINTER UNDERWEAR. HOSIERY bridge-build-o- rs Three-tenth- 33c Non-Shrinkin- All-Wo- ol ser-tIc- flret-cla- sa 't CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR IN ALL SIZES AND PRICES. iji Sun-ford- v ge well-know- n - g, At-l- er Cham-erlai- .. bt cured him eutirely. Sold by A. R. Fenny, drug- - gut. Hocker, drugglit, Stanford, 5 50 tale Dr. S. G, For .ale by Dr. b. G. Hocker, druggist, Stanford. jj tr money retuuded. For i by A. R. Penny, Suntord. Ky. Danville, Kentucky. t reo... tV i Vi' fe . ,..- mi JT,iyf fMypy'wyp. "w.fff - .1 ,...,,-- . - .. . .. --" "nv1 '" - ., ymsayv m.i; -- - - .-.. y - ' Wk m r j 1 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJoukwal Kv Novkmiiku 0, 1811 POLITICAL i SHEO u, BrAxroiU) i That's the Size of It All Over the Country. demo-oratlo W. l WALTON. ti i if FvV ": i K M ; Ifl - Five rei ioirs lor Mi. J, 2L. Srat, crwrjortns, a a aolKO!ioy ItSaad Ptaay j a juuuub- j5ti.a?.iri. iih boapht ti Jaw Liad lw. A. r. " '12ccy c XavArre will ys jjfoea pit avy jSeck uk! A. W. 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Hnri Countess Evorythinff la Lost, Honor Inpawed ttullf hill, mu'li 9 tho pcopJo cluded. demnmletl, wllhln ft month or two afifr they Rot itomuwlon ol tho two hriHH'lira Tho rcpubllcana clnitu 100 majority In ol tho Kovwmmmt, lnntewl ol keeping IS tho next liouae. tho country In iuinppnm for nearly IVnnaylvnulrtnnd MIcIiIrah elect only mm inonthn, there In hardly anything ot tho notion hy tho one democrat nplece. H3 tho omloraemsnt Tho report that Koudnll is hentcu in people would hvo been. Mill they llilillctl Hk Nro while Homo tho lUth Kentucky, not uuthontic Kven old Virginia went hell, West mid tainted, ami permitted tho I d conrii and Ihrnn crooked, loaln two or more ConreM-moi- i. lion ol tho country hulnc Thiy nro it to nrvw worse nd worse. tho panic; lllluol republicans elect 10 Conurcsa-uieresponsible for not, ol eottno, nud hoili hnuichca of tho Genoral thut wn i legacy from tho Uiurlmm U till tho Aaaemhly, hut did prolong Doth Uougrtwmnn from Delaware will patience ot tho people won exhausted, NEWSY NOTES. might and drove bo republican and tho Leglnlnturo la of nnd they arose In their g servants th anmo party. During tho nine weeks that tho cholthn unworthy and Kven Mlenourl gea to tho dogs. Ke era lasted at St. Petersburg tho number darkness, where they can Into outer nml ot cases was 3,713, and of deaths 'J.OIS; chew it tllo and jjunsh their teeth. It is publicans elect entlro tato ticket slna fix Congreeatuen. a pity that Ml havo to sutler for tho that Is, every other patient died. Wyoming electa a republican of the tow, hut It was over thus In thin John Henlle, whllo walking on tho which Inaurca two republican railroad track near Hopkinaville, was world, and whllo it la childslii.curaod struck by a freight train and burled 100 ish to cry over spilled milk, wo cannot Senators from that State. The republlrana ainiHl ono Congreea or more feet Into the air. His injuries help shedding a tear or two oyer the calamity that has befallen tho country man In Nebraska, hut the luslontsts elect are fata). (or governor. of tho 10,000,000 families h from ono mul to the other. Thero was ed their candldato The republican gain two (Xmgreamian In Franco havo no children. As many Uk tho land slide. hardly over anything legislature more havo only oue child, and ot those Two year ago tho democrats elected a in New Jersey aud elect a la to ohooee a United States Senawho have as many as oeveu the number ConercMwIth nearly 100 majority In which ' la only 30,000. favor. Now tho tlgnrea have hcen tor. their The solid South la badly broken up, Six trainmen wero killed and three almost reversed and unheard ol repuhll is elected governor of others injured by a head-o- n collision becan majoilth are reported from nearly Kvana, republican, every Slate, The iciwon la wvero one, Tennraseo and a republican Congressman tween a italtlmoro aud Ohio limited exmaterial, neat t. press aud a fast cattlo train near hut If U U heolHl, It may not In In vain. or so la gained. STAGE GLINTS. fit perfect, worth $S. $9 will buy a suit or an overTho three democratic members ot tho Pa. No bAssengcr was injured. Democratic principles have survived for present ways and means committee, Paul Lindau's latest pieco is called coat made from very desirable fabrics, all the newest and most fashHH) years and ihcy will outlive tho banc Mrs. Helen M. Gougar asked per- "Tho Spoiled ChMdnm." McMillen, Turner and Taraney aw the ionable styles. ("Fully worth $12.50. The price of every man and tathirw wt Ihiwe who imdeei them to mission to vote at Lafavette. Ind. Be Thomas Frvbt luxs written n comctly boys' suit is based on quick sales everlasting only one re elected, maintain and promote their and small profits. Come and see a test case In in four ao:s onlhxl "Couahjuijiucos." Michigan electa a republican State tick- ing refused, she will make Utitha, these grand bargains. tho Supremo Court to ascertain if the Beatrice Solwyu has boon eagagvxl by et by probably 40,000 and the democrats It waa rather expected that Tuesday's are only sure, of one Oongresmau instead right ot sutlrage can be exercised by wo- Mrs. Laugtry for her coming Aunxienu men. tour. Utile ol tho halloln wwnld result in many of the live they now have. Sidney Smith, negro near Bowling La Petite Fnxidio sailed for South anrprla? elwwherts hut noot uot even D. O, Colsjn la elected probably br V tuemwt aananlue republican, relUd t though Mr. Stone says It wont be Green, went 'possum hunting, and when Anitsricn recently uudsr an ongageuieut xvhal a f vrm waa brewing In the crand over 1,000, Ool. Adams, polling so light hi returned to his home tonnd his wife for ifix months. had fallen Into the nro and burneo to C Garvin Gilmaino contemplates old Oommonwealth, Vive republican a vote, ta what beat Stone. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor death One arm ras entirely burned offj starring Alberta Gallatin through tho IXMicreaaman are electetl aure, Dr. llun The entire democratic ticket was deT. D. RANEY, Manager. is negotiating Koth. ter in the Sd, John W l.ewUln the 4h, feated tn Hell by 200 to 400, Mr. O. V. and the desh in many jurts of her body man forHe rnttabfo play. with Gas Froh a dropped ortV In Walter Kcan In the .Mb, Sam J. Branch Stores: Kiler, who married in this county, is Miroa Leianprfll "Tbo Galley A Choctaw Indian murderer was ex. d 11 . OoIkvm In the llth. It among the left, Colson carried theconn b tb xaA Ka Darling wore Paris, Carlisle, ecuted in revolting manner at Wilbur-to- Slave" comiaay ;Mt;Stcrling,riBardstown,Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, thongbt that Penny waa tr by 600. aa al I, T. The Sberid, tailing to pierce married in Roohtr lny the Rt. Dr. Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. electa! in the Trh, but thuV pv.lnj St. Lnks church In that dry. The republicans elect (ireeuhalge govAustin of the country wUlbepatvl Uie spectacle ernor tn .Maachusetts with an tucrese the condemned man's heart with a title Eennitnu Sadenaaaa. who has been tho woundball at five. feet,walked up to ol a hull in a china hojv lVnnj wmld ot chiedy identi&xt as an oxpeewat of tm In majority, and the Congreseeited htm hy the nose and held probleai drama, has written a light com-l- y tw much out oi place in CVsngrew m sional delegation i likely to be solidly ed man, on until his viclim was smothered to which h e)b "Tke Battle of tanrua in the oth r place. Ottvn ma republican. Jc4ity la, howfwr, only US to the dia Tne Ohio delegation tn Congress death. A horrible murder was diseorerered Henri Caiman has reran! to thi honor ot anch democrat, be it mM. The will stand IS republicans and two demoOFOonj:remanelect In Ui crats, instead ot 10 republicans and 11 near Panldinc. O.. when the bodies of j' oounrry aai will t s?s ia Harry Wit-- , democratic two children, aged sir and nine years hams' ccwarT wjt! hi nroMKA are our own Jamr IV democrats as at prosent. Srg is ttontoOwena, McOearybywmeOV; John K. Heu d, but Turn Johnson is snowed under. were tonnd. one coairdclly decapluted Petit Fktfete, as ecceatric head of the other almost severed dnciH.g soabretto. nd rtrtok In the !t, Dr. Warvlr tn the 3d The preeent lon sUinU, democrats uvwathe body. A youth of IS, arrested "A Bowxry Girl" is tt title of Jk the Jweph M. Kendall in the UHli and A.S 2UX, republicans 127, opn)sts 10; demo- Loo Itawvea, wiii- -t new pfevy by A As we roust vacate the rooms in a very short while, our stock must M lVck j cratic plurality VJ, majority over all 72. as a snspect, has been removed to an Harry WilHtuws lterry in the 0th. 4ud tes locvt. H is- tear ot mob vio , be for the nexph Ttie next ltoue win aunvl Jot as tac adioinioc county for ner, democrat, Selected tA4X t predcea it Xw Ycck 4iy lence. in the lft h over our former thieving will ot repubboana sl term lwi. -I- nMadisoaJohnSimpsonandJamj lUder. If thia UHaola republicans have probably WMtntrman, John I IL R Q Wkltllr ..... .. U.V.UI. ......t-- . v k . .k) Mfawc fvr iW oni&c of Lrcis "" elcte,H60ncr men and both braneh- - svi over uivwiwi ir- s shvrnac Joor in "".taetota" t cvvaa- ! a sewldy. .; ; .hv-- j, ;--.. : .v - s--: he ed Garriwin to keep off his premises and tfe Fifth Aveoce Umouvt, Xic Yoct i Otr thousands of friends Wiiiey,i ftKMl republican. In- .. . ...!..&& h.L J u n am oopo 9A not Alet ws JsnofA. inunetauea to on n" ivmhct .u doAik etnoral nisnsfwn to a repnbhcn aujorfy do. and was shot by one ot Simpson i weoks. d any rte he will uVe l!ryl ovrace o! ltVtVlntheS?atc, Graco Kimball ka W Matpd ior fa severely that his arm had tn bucVle UU arnwr nwre tichtlr Jvn. Senator V"aUner, cWainnan ot tke K tWO &4MmaAl TOAT4 SMl XTtU . To .... aad et some Grand Bargains of Remembrance. , io 1L OommiiteA oMtcedes the TuWgb jwiost vd tan retom ews Michel Oojyssto, ss years ow, an tkis ami nxt DOMpajty. iMuot itooonat loot to down with the Ooncresn Wil jlliwwto the reptblcwrt by 5W luKaa, red three bnUet, into his wife, ; year oa foxr not phtrahty. Te 1 M are the e4Wer Ihtve jBOtt is detected ork. Ia her an- - his Aaaa, aced 2, tn New I jra AscMuit. vaudWate tor CVnucws wT I twikan, he y, nales 11 arris ol reiooiteRi :aJeeat thewtvevan said her . repubcn deloctv. TW1' herVwanseshe wwjW not hnsband TXr TOPICS. 1 bad enxwch, Tie lec. with the tt i not to lit ia a hons ot rcosittntioa i cvent rMUhxyor i . lVw Johwwn, W. I VRwi ami Ftojo Setters Sonml in S. Senator, I otthe' tdna from rocios, it is isUtnrA whh wl elect M- Spncr,Merf, h $ Verily the gvs W, Boston T-T. 1m repnblicaa. Wt-"- t At e . jvriMoerthe ooaple cacse ftwa i ya ui-j-. wans, uranuiatcu sugar 20 Indiana, ScXle a.nd Cansajinps rA5l ' the hide-six wveVs ico. VmoijuI co tle 1 win is fax ipMadsfer$r. Greaconreroc. Pickles ?c dozen.! Rolled Ciu er X, ati ycobaNv Hroh 10J ;ew rd At IeWTtllo, AU, Miss Lasaai, a Tslotly,bot4UwlaA,NWpishe.l Waa.l, vi .Mssssri, ire yoaac wvr.aa of hich suadtac. pave rcr Soda (bulk) 5ca pound. Ucpnbltoan j . ( lUtwse ol the pconMaent dennvratK-Sxrd tinVd. The mitt r bSrthKi xs with sc Rrrvikinridce eJ-- ? revecv, who ctnhl it tn the ncct, named Walls, vho a joa a yoaac S, r4ght wuhate and cii.rce hvv We u,U ww.t down in New Wvl: ander lives iathe osichKvhioi. A coasa cl 1 MV l r thai the ai.VYd e.treses HenyaacefcasfeCTcal3-75r,aov- r aaased Licaa, deveria- lKvO wahWly dtn 1J1 vvaia, 50c per pair. Hunter's and irst.Ny.w.-hcilala.l-y to do kvvj lat ve ro redeeo the hoa-o- oi the faarfy. iin tawved Vk Jaa fU1 cokcts itwl ivzmes 3CC a pound. Evaporated pears 10c a 0vcy HAakias & w Hpl ttp a and la cot a sJkM can saJhiie i hKOhl ra offwt a rfrotetiea 2a cvzoEirEied Peaches Joca lb. 1,000 Mafchcsfor ;c that thV- - J tic ize smitt k rstpsos. " s Cfwwsnia ta l an. s ne rovc aotc t ia x$r.c "liesesreaotleaaeni bat fnr prices given tn a nut shell how his yasia a4 escvri. Thosspfoa is tW invmHta s fibs thea iux He .ibH tee saM rpsay ikKig. . rvvissiSxr ia ti ria. He irtqpnaiZr wwfttettaMj w?A & tivsy to W tUaVral f5" 3 ta T W -- fnty TRA&E ITEMS. j v.aCatioa ia FA are Kvs A A The Republicans Take The Tnll Willi the Hide. u attorney; Shumate, jailor; Nichols, clerk; il.iughtnan, shoring Hocker, naaeMor. Ono reason for tho decrease In tho ropubi Hcnn voto wnu that a Kreat many negroes stamped thn ballots under tho pluunix tho prohibition tlovlco, thinking It was tho oagjo. lloylo only oxpoctud to rIvo McCrcary 100 majority. Yeaterday'u Courier Journal continues tho doleful etory oa followc In Now York tlio rcpublicnna havo counted up to n nluralltvof 1C3.412. WUconsln Bonds n solid republican delegation to Congress. So dot'H West Virginia. Tcnncmu deiu ocrats nro claiming a small majority for tholr Stnto ticket. Tho Texas delegation will contalu eoveral popullbts and rejmb. IIcbiih in CongifBs. South Carolina sends ono republican. Tho republicans Bom to havo North Carollun. They mndo r clean sweep of tho Indiana districts. In Pennsylvania thny have JiUt,:78 majority, with Bix v ,aned 32,- counties to hear from. 100 in Masaaohuaotts. Only two dem-back to Congress from Ohio. Aud ao on down tho lino. Our ono unimportant crumb of comfort In that wo hnvo probably elected n democratic Statu ticket In California. long yearling cattle, ol 005 pounds aver-agat So. Karris & Whitley a'so sold to K Dunn, of Garrard, CO yunrliugs, 805 pounds average, nt ile Advocate. o, THE ERA OF EXTRAVAGANCE now-a-day- s '''. Ki timo-sorvin- Legla-htnr- e, One-tilt- Curtin's will fllli less thnn ono sldoof n sluotof legal cap. Ho Is a thing of the past. Kvcry one seeks how and bequeathed overythhiR to his wlfiv Tho estnto ia Tnltied at nearly $1,000,000. where he can make his dollar go farthest. That is just what we want Tho Uov. Dr. Goorjjo Daiui Doanlunn because the more the people investigate the more they arc convinced of Philadelphia is nn liulofatinnblo Ho often siciidrt tho ontiro day that for quality and quantity the Louisville Store names the lowest worker. in his study, paying littlo attention to prices. meals, Honry Gloo of Two IUvcrs, Wih., litis for n third timo married tho vommi fronnvhom ho hud boon twico divorced. Ileal estate and monetary coiisidurntio:i)i A company having branch stores all over the country, using millions ha:l been tho canso of their troubles. Admiral Ito, tlio Jiipanoo hero of the of dollars worth of goods, buying exclusively for cash, have naturally day, who is known uinr.ni; his devoted the advantage of others and should surely sell goods cheaper than any sailors ns "tho lean ndunrnl," on nc in Stanford, t Kvcry department is brimful with! choicest novel- count of his oxtrcmo thioneAS hs a other daughter who is one of Jnixui's cry fow tics and we oflctthcm at lowcrf prices than ever. Our buyer has re blond beauties. ja . turned from Kastern markets with the ' iS&tJtaxMuu , ness; SI. BarthelAnySaint-fJildroth FtoiicIi stntwmaii of bygone days, who Is in marvoloni mental mid : : phyntcal healtji at tho ago of HO years nays, "If yon want to live to bo old. And most supciior,line of goods, therefore you can deperd upon gct- work always aud diligently." tmg all thclatcst of the season. HOSIERY. Ladies' extra quality Sir John Astley, who has jnstdlcd In London, lent tho glamour of his baronet- all wool hose 25c, worth 35. Ladies' fleece lined hose 25c. Misses cy to tho cnno of profossional ribbed all wool hose i5c worth 25c. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. on lioth continents. It was Sir John who offered tho Ahtley belt for Ribbed vests 15c, extra heavy ribbed vests 25c, worth 40c. Grey competition, and it was oiwn'to all tho ribbed vests 30c, worth 45C.5 ; GENT'S UNDERWEAR. Grey Meworld's fast walkers. rino shirts and drawers 75c a suit. Red flannel shirts and drawers 80c Hour' Hemingway and Xtnry Robin, per suit son wero married in a lialloou which was sent up from n fair ground nt tho town of North East, Mil. Tho balloon took an erratio coutm and tliey do not know whether tho marringo took place In rouusylmuin, Dolawnroor SlarylamL Probably the most inviting bargains ever offered in this department Colonel Chaille Long, tho ejqdorer will be shown this week. $1.50, $2.50, 4 and up to $15. $2.50 for who was formerly on tho staff of tho pair of homemade Hoots, 10 to 13. We are selling now khedivo, lives with his family nt Luslg-na- $1.25. 50 France, nud nppoors to take little at $1.25. Our entire line of boots will be sold accordingly. further interest iu African atfairs than to fnako &u occasional vigorous criticiun upon Stanley's record in the dark con t incur. $S tttll buy a suit or an overcoat of good, honest Reason With Yourself! -- .. LARGEST AND CHOICEST, jkhIos-trinnis- m ' CLOAK : Department. SUITS. : n, IiyEIEIsFS e, jxit-ter- n, Kock-por- well-mad- LOUISVILLE STORE, lgh trt n, Ht) Bat-tcrflies- ." The Farewell Sale -- ! 1- -a re-ele- ct iuta ad ry :"".;" ; .t "'"'".r; . V v -r ?I I .imsa,nfinixiiRiij. .:r 111 Lvhwn, pnt l,t (vk tw "" r ' 1 . imtt Closed Out At Once, Regardless of theCOST. .er. ?. , t deocrlc .,nattJ St 100.-0- jARE CORDIALLY INVITED oce Sate 5ok act Ten-incasof- cd bt l. a, '!,wriWrffrTlM tpWs. CxrrW tl , -- HcJ-wh- poeso ad ireriTrfkL FIGURES TALK. .,..a. wc .w . j ... itrvv lV, . j-- j. CVva-bar- ce ttovo--.iNAIL- . SV?tt2Z'md' "'--2 POUNDS tfetiejawsikdc FOR Tfttt rtty okA, wt, !., dr. Mttle' 1 Tjaty leieai Mcj-ltiwM- r .W iit a 14? reo asrded " "' r.o. ! wtWvu&a 5C m s i. rDd. "? i-G- rtaci W. H. WEAKEN & CO. x-f3g"I Rue; ta r.WirtaVx,wJacS'ftttax : jrVoa tirt H.vr ? Tv-t- 3xi.og Xji " .- w3 se r V1 kw vr2 .! few t w. V ,2- ;xa vos Atcr?n .ha Pwk Kaiw . ... tacat o It .r i "S;5iisI ., j 7-- --- yea 3xid b Jfi,. lTT riS- - sin oocwared niea.I,. go to buy. aa b hri W oo. :-- n- 1 Every article I sell is - - ocw: SHsu.,&-sHUTJt6- . CSi:NA irti iy ciut c-- ii. jfloilta bci tioe y Hi i. J thr."wtca! Jftr.'bvfc; CvA. Y.ft! 55fJl Wi,vA 4re.VM J'oi.rs v4 lie ? ' vwice & 0J.riA 9krw ia Wv iVtoe )wl .t V.ajrvlft ue Sfclw toy f. 5kX 'Wh m-- bm )i ta wwaty.ISwfM iy Ue iiatil vios. 3Tiie J.'&a Hrw Mata tl .. .. U i.l- r.. gnu, jvt Sate. A "WSit'Jty 11 i&cflit . i."w ti .ii- . !?6t hflSrwi, Ttzrit, TlfijOe w, KcOroMy 3UJt, 5Wbicst ,Ji4.i ftA3i 'hj' TRti stl ).vjriK: o ti W 4.a3 Mfo&heui ..:, V . V ,.-a-. n.l4- (ftiilift. ix TtMtOL- - :f ie 5iwl i J - . .v i Uos eitfiauitKMaJi-uieafeairi1 cW'Wi toX.'t icOroyt 4mv cfe-?." "' liV 5M ta 5W 2. 3)a3 i4v JSoVlSrt j.3joyJjriist&aJt 5vos ?r eceScox,7M3x.KcJry SaJSjlS r V i! iW'XTfi a JPtiJ i- tie iAna: , xna i tijaaa ww iivfl. A,5. isaaaa X.lCiS &liV, isIter - 3 1 I trraos . SShoa-aMiTta'- oJ ViSay. jca 'waali a:4 Itsy tiaac Yoit. Tttestmd is uiaintained each department: DRUGS, BOOKS, JEWELRY. tn mOiVTEY TKS i t ..K - V j j-- u . .. - aaadh ti- - vwra U lij satibe jk&. 1TOTXC3T .mw 'Xirvsi.b Jtfu t'U j . JCwoti Vw . JiefcftwraSfcC'oShi $ ksprntifttistH 5tijfrwt4 5 S3 ?.$ rt iUwa 35iA. 6Tf. jLC3?witort-f.i?bricni6- r, & N--. -- . i&itZ ftxvc 3S85. T ;- vfa, 3 oia- - irtff 0IVT U i$ . . , mk Klutifi; tfnal.crA. V' lAMme vntilinvlr MfntlW L- 3 . Ho thrt M $? a? 0oa m 3.SJte rs. "STit&libtt rr A i&mmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmto 5 Hwihift, wiaijty 1 Giirwi, ht re &. Aj Vily 53 ' Cu. jn. V- - a iftct 3Bslo5i!WWWM! rifl "zzrr,m'i H. ioy - A. R. PEK2TST, Druggist rcr CK.KSS KtXD OF Duroc Red Jersey Swine ft. H. Bronauh, Crab OrcianJ, . Si Fror, Seatcky .m m, . if- - ' 4vn Jbtfiictwv-unJareW-U wts-- C iiO.ruSuv,. ,VS CflarrfuJ Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal NovKMnnn 9, 1894 Watch Dank8wlnilow this week. Beautiful bolt buck lea 35c at Danka'. Gunb at lowest priced at W. ii. Fon 8ai.e. Sine. McRob-orta. THE SLUMP AT HOME. Ropufolicans Eloct County Judgo Stanford, Kv and Assessor. Two ofllco deakB. A E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEAHS 0. BU3IHE33. lie. Kaos, 100,000 tlozeu W. II. Wearen & Oo. Tho Democrats Hold On to Attorney, Sheriff and Jailor. wanted at once at Tho Olork's Raoo la In Doubt. tbo happy faculty of knowing exae'ly when to strike. For a man of his humbleness of origin, it Is no small thing that he haa been elected legislator and judgo in n county alwayscounted strongly democratic, besides holding tho oflke of master cornmiesionor. They say it Ib a fool for luck, hut not so in thla case. Loadbd Siikllp, loggins, hunting coatB and vesta at W. B. McRoberta. Two cottages on Whitley Avenno for 3 COME, v .a Buy your school booka and school supplies ot all kimla at A. H. Penny's. Watcum, clocks and jewolry ropaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Tho yellow dog democrats did it. Gleams of old Xmnu aro already ap U, Penny's. Gov. McOreary'fl majority is reduced at A. TKlari!08tBtock of Drn8, Modlclues, penring at Danke', tho Jeweler. to 27 in Lincoln county, to our shame be Perfumery. Paints and Wall Paper at Oun new goods will be in this week it said. Poscriptlona a specialA. It. Pdimy'B. Tbo negroes nnd tho lowtBt element of call and wo will interest you. Dunks, ty. the "white trash" aro on top w'th a tho jeweler. yen-gonnc- e. I)uLL'acomedlans are booked for Nov. It at Walton's Opra Houae. rent ot 50 each per month. Miller Helm. 9 m A COME, ' COME! And See For horse blankets, lap robes, double orsinglo harness, saddles, bridlep, or any kind of borae goods, go to Yeager Yeager, tho livery men. A The GRAND MAJESTIC STEEL RANGE ITow on Exhibit At Our Store. No gift enterprise, but something of solid worth is offered to the first 50 ladies who call with a view to a possible purchase of one of these cooking wonders. Cooking wille be done every day during this c.xiiiuii 1.1 ui majcniiv; 1 anors, wmen win De open irom 9 a. m. to 9 i. m. Majestic Drip Coffee and Majestic Biscuits will be baked and served evcrv four minutes. Such inducements to purchase wtrc never before and will never hereafter be offered as during this special sale bake, to roast, to bioil, to toast; .To boil, to stew, for many or MAJESTIC Complete. few; To last, to please, to work with ease; To lessen care, give better fare To save food, give a better mood; To save worry avoid hurry; To give plenty of water, and make it hotter; To save time then heed this rhyme, And buy the greatest of all and only Steel and Malleable Iron Range. Majestic; and after using, stop abusing the man that made the cast-irostove. n V -?' '- hiaiiTKRN customers were waiting at Nkw goods of all kinds and n big lot of ThomaB Gooch waa olected constable Wilkinson A Wilkinson's barber Bbop John Uhanmaman, of Rockcastlo, was Zeiglor BhorB just received at 8. II. in tho Uustonville and T. J. Benedict in tho other day. Why ia thia? Because h;re tlila week. they aro professional barbers and know Shanks'. Call and see. tho Stanford districts, both democrats. Mil. Awn Mia. W. J. Davis returned It is as well to laugh as be sighing, but their busineea. to VursKlllea Tuesday. Foil IIknt. Residence occupied by B. it Is tough, very tough; snfllciently so to .Mifta Lula Phrwitt, of Louisville, Is K. Wearen. Prlco $13, monthly Hurrah for Boyle I She presents about almost warrant tho ho of a cuss word. with Mrs. W. P.Tato. the only rift in the black cloud that has Thoa. Richards, Stanford. Tho former democratic workers and enveloped tho Mns. 0. II. Paink went to Winchester country. Mr. S. V. were conspicuous for their Notice? for application to retail liquor whoopers-ii- p Tuesday to visit friends. sends us word that ho lives in a e by silonco. Everybody eeemod to bedazed. democratic county. Wish to to tho Lord Mums Salmi: Dudlky, of Madison, has havo been posted at the Mra. Bettio 0. Pennybacker to sell at Thomas W. Napier, in tho Crab Orch- that we did. bseu visiting Mrs. Anniu James. of Garrard, Is visi- Kingavlllo and W. H. Traylor at his dis- ard district, and Jos. Kuntz in Waynes Mikb Lizzik Dunn, tillery. burg, both rehublicaos, were elected Thk Caledonians will leave off tho deting her sister, Mrs. M. 8. B.iUKhman. .. constables. bate at their open session at the courtHon. H. J. Ureckinuiuok and Robert Nkxt week will be a lively one at tho Tbo official count will be made house Saturday night, but tho program UirdlnR, of Dtuville, aro here nt court. Operu House. Dull's Comrdioua will Mr. and hold tho boards there on tho night of the We have the figures from all tbo precincts below will prove that the meeting will LtLLiit.tho little daughtor of leas interesting. DankB' OrMrs. J. W. Perrln, continues very ill Hth, Dr. Petora will lecture on tho ICth but reservo their tabular form till they be nono the chestra will furnish music for the occasaro pronounced correct. aud Billy R. Collins on tho 17th. of pneumonia. ion and tho members of it are practicing All is lost save- honor and tho Mr. W. G. Ranky cmo up from Bon Wihtlky, ono of the few demo- democrats, who voted in tbo primary and nightly for it. Mr. W. U. 8hanka ia whoro ho temporarily lives, to put cratic darkiea in thin county, couldn't thou went back on the ticket, lost that down for u recitation; Miss Mary Cowen, it under tho rooster. for a boIo; Mr. Samuel W. Menefee will Lebanon, pull-o- J stand to hear the republicana crow over too, if they ever had any. Hon. Bkn Spalding, of their victory and haa loft the county. He The republicans elected John Edmls-to- n bo tho orator of the evening, pretty little IhrouRh for county attorney after a is now porter for the Newcnmh Hotel at magi 0 rate in the Crab Orchard dis- Maud Varnon will entertain the audience terrflc Dgtit nKiriBt him. ML Vernon. trict by GO and A. G. Faulkner in the with a recitation and so will Miss May Mia. 8. V. Rowland and Mr. K. S. Hughes. Tho female college quartette Waync'.burg district by SO. Rowland, of Danville, aru vlsitlnK the It is said that the republican liars Thomas 1). Newland maintained his will render one or more vocal selections Owsley, Sr. family of Hon. John Sam made the blind negro pensioner at reputation oa a runner. His majority of and other features will bendded to mako Mu. B, J. 0. Howk, of Indlpnapolis, believo that if the domocrata 148. Thore'a no uao in trying to beat tho evening a pleapant one. was hnro Wednesday to sen how the were victorious this timo his pension your Undo Thomas. "It can't bo did." Water WorkH Co. is running thtnK. would betaken from him, bo he ponied Tho Chicago Daily News fays : Harry John Bailey and W. L. Dawson, dem Waynes-bun- ; J. M. Reynolds and a ood up $75. He can aflord it, though, ns he ocrats, wero elected without opposition Dull and and his jolly Compiny of Comdemocrat, helped to swell tho ma- geU 7l2 a month. by the usual voto to bo magistrates for edians opened a week's engagement at jority oyer there and nld some good tho Alhambra Theatre to standing room Culiiank's Minbthkls played to rather the Uustonville and Stanford precincts, only. The Compiny ranks among the work. Mi. Hi'meLooam enmuup from Louis a top heavy house Wednesday, tho dem- respectively. The numerous prohibition fights in best, and the play ta one of the best of villo Wednesday to boo her nephew, ocratic theatre goera being too much its kind that has visited Chicago for somo who is at the point of cast down even to enjoy a laugh. There this county is what has gotten it out of time. ir.m political shape. With that Question rel were somo excellent featurcH and the diath. At Walton's Opera House, Nov. 14. egated to tbo rear for tho present, our Ku Wilkinson hns moved his family usual dreary ones, the performance nv peoplo will possibly return to their Daniel E. Lawell of Boone county from the Watta property on Lancaster eraglng up hardly with the general run. senses. M,ll planted 22 bushels of potatoes on 2J street to one of tho cottars on Notick.To the prohibitionists of Lin- The returns ub received give six for acres of ground and gathered 405 bushstreet. coln county: The friends of prohibition Cnmmina hut we believo the official els. Thk business mntii;er'a household hB aro requested to meet next Monday returns will show the election of Cooper. Inen transformed from ono of sorrow to (county court day) at 1:H0 i m. at tho Enough illegal vote? aro known to have NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. oao of reJolcinR. Ills wife and baby aro e in Stanford. Business of been cast, to moro than discount the bitter. importance to be enacted and a full at- slight majority. John KinnY Is a decided partisan, but tendance from all over tho county Is reBully for the old Confed. The ras. he is bo clever and Rood humored with it quested. J. K. YanArsdale, chairman. cals tried hard to beat old man DeBorde-bu- t that ho can not bo counted with tho of m ho got thoro in good ahapo and, tLe feoelva Bet. Ho enjoyed tho election Tiik lecture course will embrace four mean white and black republicans will We have a Large Line oi years ago. lectures an follows: Rev. Madison C. uioro than ho did two Owslky returned from Peters, Nov. 10; John It. Clark, Jan. 14; furnish him boarders at the jail for tho Locust Fencing Posts, MisbI Mattik years. Nashville Wednesday night, very much M. W. Howard, Feby. 14 and David II. next four Flank Fence, Tho following which was known as of her family and many Shields, March 12. Tho admission to to tho doliuht the wet ticket was elected at Rowland: Granger Stakes, friends. Miss Emma Owsley, who lain each lecturo will be CO cents, but by buyFor police judgo, W. O.Baruott; marshal, tho sanltorium there, is not Improvlutr. ing a season ticket for $1.50, you save Shingles & Lumber Mwj. Pamilia Brown, Mrs. L.B. Uook, the price of ono admission. The lectures T. D. Martin; councilmen, Wm. Bunn John W. Flowers, Alfred Haley, Wm. AN ABUNDANT SUPPLY s Mrs. Wm. Geer and Mrs. Mary Brown are all and it will repay any to Louisville yesterday to at- ono to hear them. Don't let tho club Tapp, Harry Dunn. Grain wont And at Very Low Figures. Tho returns show that Davison is electtend the chrysanthemum show. Llttlo have to hold tho bag again. KING & PREWITT, ed county judgo by about 1G0 and Terry Josephine Haydeii went with them. Moreland, Ky. , Tub circuit court term will expire to- assessor by 24. Tho republicans claim Mu. Oiiaklks II. Kllky,oI Jefferson-viliotho election of Cummins by 9, but we I nil., oriraniier ot ttections of En- morrow. Owing to numerous hung it bus not been fruitful of results and hope uud believe thnt the official count IUnk," KnlKhta of PytblsB, iB dowment will show that Cooper ia elected. hero for tho purpose of adding a section u) far but ouo mmi ban been sent to the History repeats itsolf. Twenty yearB ponitontUry, while possibly ouo or two to Diadem Lodite, No. 81. Ho is havinR ought to havo been hung. Iko Logan, ago this summer Lincoln county went splendid biiwm. IWmabtkuJ. W. RoUThaB moved to tho negro boy who ehot at Mr. W. E. republican about as it did this time, at )ly virtue of taiw amounting to 7.40, betides his pretty new house In tho indication Anion when ho caught him stealing bis least tho republicans and independent cost and commtttion, due the city of Staoicrd, chlckenH, was sent up for five years. Iko got throe offices then a now. Tue same Ky., by Mrs. M. J. Miller lor the crr 1893, 1 will n Idition. Tho biuiJiiiK had been com hayo led to defeat in both on pleted for ft week, but aa it was in an- bus boeu peculiarly pestiferous, having causes seem to yeara. Nov. 1894. other precinct, Mr. Rout held on to hlB been charged with nearly nvry crime in Tho boss haa a majority of the fiscal tho category, except murdor, and ho votft by remaining where he was. court, including himsolf, and he can now Iietweeu the hours of to A. M. and a P. M., at the Mu. AN Mas. A. R. Pknny left Wed- will love hid county for his county's btanlord, make good hia promises to pay his fol- Ky., expose todoor In sale to tho Lincoln County, highett Didder public nesday morning for Carthaso, Tetin., to good. Tho case against John Belden for lowers for working on lor caih in had. the following property for so much tho roads. There thereof ai may be ueceisaiy to sutisly the amount tho bedsldo of their daughter. shooting at Mr. Wilcher waa continued will attend working of tho taxes aloresaid due and costs, boa great deal of Mrs. R. II. Mahony, who is threatened till tho uext court. on roads now. It will bo a vory nice Llttlo Mario Mawith typhoid fever. Tiik only row resulting from tho elec- way to put in idle time at tho expense of hony Ib also sick, nnd Mr. Mahony has tion, and that fortunately did not the couuty. West by just recovered from a spell. amount to much, occurred hi Kingsville. In tho BherilFs race in tho primary Hounded as follows: .On the the North the Stan- by Mrs. ford v Danville tJrnpik- -. on John M. Johnson, who got beat for the there were 1,053 votea cast. In the final Maker, on the Kast by H C Warren and Geo. U. Cooper, on the South by R. C. Warren, Cooper, CITY AND VICINITY. democratic nomination for assessor and round only l,437remained faithful to the l'axtcn nnd Kmbry. 'I he property of said Mrs. levied on me marshal and Wx Ovkij gaitera for ladlea at Severance & went over body and soul to tho onomy, obligation that a vote in the first elec- M. J.Millersaid town to satisfyasthe taxes and comcollector of thereby proving that ho was a democrat tion iuipoaad. Tho others proved trai- mission and costs aforesaid. Amount of tax on Son's. cent, penalty for non property for revenue only, was particularly offen- tors. It would not hayo been so byt for roent 43c, $7.31, 6 per levy in order to cover pay 81 cost for the sale. U. F. Jones sive in his demonstrations over he re- tho secret ballot, a Foun nlco BhoatB for convenient refuge for coit ot suchtoadvertisement 74and notification. Total amcunt be raised f 9 A Son. s cowards nnd bolters. ceipt of tho election news and in his O. J. NEWLAND, 63 Marshal City of SUnford. jumped upon tho feet of somo of There is hardly a doubt that 100 or on R. Fon oyateis In bulk or can call the democrats who wero in tho house. moro negroes from Boyle and Garrard Zimmer. This kind of treatment wob resented and brought hero to voto. Tho roduc Solid silver belt buckles, Bilk webbing but for cooler beads, Mr. Johnson would tioa of the trepablican vote in Boyle havo suffered severely. For a time the buows that and those who are well accomplete, $3. Engraving free.Danks.' air was pretty bluo and things looked quainted with tho negroes ot this neigh$20.67, Yesteuday waa dark, chilly and dis- squally, but it ended without any brok borhood says they never saw bo many liy virtue ot taxes amounting totown ot betides Stanford costs and commission, due to the mal. Fair and colder Friday, is tho foro- en heads or noses. Kentucky, by J. S. Murphy for the year 1893, I Btrango ones here bofore. will on cast- If those smart Aleck democrats who . Boss A Hioii Handed Procbkdinq at Nov. 1894, prophesied defeat bo volubly had talked Mabmial F. E. Elub wbb Davison, who thinks ho has everything and a wet ticket for coun- ltes and worked more, the result might Junction City in his sling now, headed by some of his Between the hours ol 10 A. M. and a P. M., at cllmon. Co., in hencbhien, went to the clerk's ofllco havo beon different. The constant talk the Court House dr.orsale Stanford, Lincolnbidder tTi to the highest expose to public that Glyena and others would be defeat- Ky..cash in hand, the tallowing property, (or so for is your chance to got quoonswaro, Wednenday and demanded that tho poll Now ed operated to that end. There are al- much thereof as may be necessary to satisy the glaBSwaro, dinner sots, chamber sots aud books be taken to a bank vault and lockamount of the taxes aloresaid due and casts) & Har- ed up, thereby reflecting upon tho integ- ways men, who watch such chances and lamps at cost. Call on Farris t OW XjASS?I I rity of oflicials, who aro abovo reproach" try to get on tho winning Bide. Boss Davison Bays the Intbrior Jour- FORTY Sheriff J. N. Menofee, who knows hia Bounded aa follows- - On the West by the counOiiRBMBWAiiB. KlasBware, dlnnor bboj, South to Boneyville, duty and dares always to do it and main- nal did it with its little pictures. If this ty road leading on the East by on theM. C. by S. Mrs. chamber seta and lampa at cost till Dec is crying about? Why II lUughman, on tho North by the St. Asaph Branch. The tain bis rights, becamo much incensed be truo what he i w mntt rmliice our stock. Farris J, 8. Murphy levied on by me at tho cheek and gall displayed by the doesn't ho givo thanks to whom thanks property of saidtax collector of laid town, as to and A Hardin. are due? If we did it wo want Borne of marsnultho taxes and commission and costs aforesatisfy little boss and told him and his minions said. Amount of tax on vroperty, $19,50, $ 17 6 UBufruct and now inako public tho $a forcost of per cent, penalty (or Aliisady more than dozen reserved that they could wait till their timo came i for the position which we will as- levy. Total to be raised, Sai.67. Gordon's lecture have been to tako charge of affairs and that the law DRAta for God, O.J NEWLAND, yet requiring that tho books Bhall bo kept in sume, even if not, appointed, of seeing (A City Marshal of Stanford. onRBged and the tickets have not officially in the middle of tho custody of the clerk, they should that ho keeps put on sale. been road. remain. The crestfallen crowd -We are decidedly of the impression ticket for councilmen there Tim equal rights thereupon retired. Dishonest people that Boss Davison is an entire Strang r composed of J. M. Hall, W. af Stanford, aro suspicious of everybody and this ORCHARD, LAWN, OARDEN. I,. Withers and J. M. Stono, was elected may account for thla very extraordinary to truth, that he wouldn't know old man if ho wero to meet him in tho Honesty, by a BtnaU majority. demand, which was so promptly resentbig road, and that ho is all things to all A full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Fruits. Grape Vines, SuprBB.-M- rB. G. D. McOollum tells us ed. wo have never been rash Shrubs, Small usually louud at such Asparagus an estaband eynry thing Mack and Jim Moore were tried in men, but Try us on prices. We do not sell and ico crcntn supper win that an oyster enough to say that he ia a fool. On the lishment. agents but direct to the planter. Catathrough Junc- several cases yesterday and acquitted. be given at the McCollum House, Is smart, devilish smart. In logue on application. They proved that tho prosocuttons were ' contrary bo H.F. HILLKNMEYER, tion City, Thursday, Nov. 11, for church other words, he is a elick duck and has 63 Lexington, Ky. malicious. benefit. PERSONAL POINTS. rlay-monts. 11 Row-lau- d court-hous- lo IfYouWanta Range tEW22iw i:irwii .7 o rt Dan-Tlll- e, - d W. I--I. WEAREN & CO., AGENTS. It Has beaked Oat That we are selling goods cheaper than they were ever sold in ford and Stan- nrir. The Tide tan Not Be m Turned. Our assortment is more complete than ever. We can please anyone. If you want cheap goods we can sell you good ones at same price you pay for cheap stuff. If you want fine goods we will sell them lower than any one. court-hous- Attention Farmers! m ns SPECIAL SffiJ IHSM LOW-PRIC- E SALE Of Dress Goods next week. is the time to buy. If you want a black or fancy color now first-clas- A cTCU 8 & 8 g$No DO YOU NEED ju-ri- eo Marshal's SPECTACLES? Wc SuLE FOB, TA22ES. Saturday, Cdurt-llous- e FIT No Charge for Examination. Will SCIENTIFICALLY. 20, guarantee a Fit or no , Pay BANKS, the OTWJfflUBIB. ed t: Pick Your Flint. And come again. We are always waiting to give good bargains to those who are looking for them. b- - gira-lion- i -- Marshal's SALE FOB. TAXES. Saturday, Democratic Defeat Does Not Effect Us. If you have little money or much money we can serve you. are in the midst of success we can give you additional 4 If you 20, CAUSE TO REJOICE, Or in adversity we can brace you up with low prices in every thing we handle. Don't pine for what might have been, but come to us for consolation. We have the great panacea of life Low prices and good goods, and they are for both republicans and democrats. No politics in business. Don't buy Cloaks, Wraps, Shoes, Boots or Dress Goods, or any thing in Dry Goods until you see us. it: S Burn-sid- e, m u m appli-catio- n 1 HUGHES & TATE. Blue Grass Nurseries. JOHN H. KIRBY, HTSUHA1TCB AGENT, STANFORD, ff 'A FOR FIRE. LIFE, iCCIBENl And TORNADO. Temporary office at V. W. Vandeveer's store. iu& UJ&4Wk.ieAifg r A,- "j -.!." l ii'mmmmmm &SmS3Bmmmmmm0mimimmmm?mmitmmtmZm ' 'ViMiMM'S , w ;''"...nrJ,r -- -j MUMMBUMM ..UU'i- - .'.' J-j- j " '.',-. J. J ' - I.., . "? Semi-- W eekly Interior Journat AT Published Every Tuesday and Friday Klit'at All Sure. Tho rich rf5 suitor assured hor thnt Bho was mishtfcon. "Whv," ho impetuously exclaimed, Tlio sweet young thing who was budding to womanhood on $10 nweok with four younger sisters sighed and Bhook her head. ' Mil For twelve i,Booth.. Will $1,-50security and Light ror cent, inter- give hrtt-clcat. Call on J. It. l'AXTON, Attorney, Stanfcid 0 wanted: I dr. w. b: penny Dentist, Office South Bids Main St., in office rf-n-tly 83 pjsu 4 y.iCA.re. in- - ft"Whn not 10 paid S2.60 will be advance charged." "Iwoulddioforyort!" JbUli if oesirod K Ilailey, McKlnnsy, T. Ineriville; fine Iwill board psrty renting it. IXllilN Ky. My store-bouse- location, vacated by Or. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Mri, Sal-li- e 69 Tur 6 OR 8 PAGES. When necessary. "Yon prmiso that now," sho faltered, "but ufter wo aro married yon wo'nld forgot all about it." just what to da Detroit Tribune. 1 AaitlSwCAP 99 ao occupied by tl. 1. Jonei ft Son. Sue.. itsoo fiet . rostession jan. 1, 1595. . ' OB ti Apply to S sia(g, aiamoru, Ky, FORllENT. '. ni J. B. HIGGINS, .Dealer! n a It was very difficult for lior to dqcido On 1 heir PURE $500,000.00 to Xioacxi All Kinds Stanford, w. n. of Coal, Kv. J. T JOMl.t, ,1C.K. DON'T ACCEPT IttlTAT10N5. 1HE PnOCTCR & K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a, Wedding Trip. QAMOLC CO- - CINTJ. Train i.avoa Rowland at m.. returning Callou the undersigned nt Rowlind, Lincoln county, Ky , tor terms. Wo want to negotlato lonut on first mnrtsace security en real estate. stocks, bonas and commercial paper. Agent lor th Missouri Urokeraco Co., at. Louis, mo 65-- 4 M N EARLY. joNis. JONES BK.OS., Tin &Slieet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. ' I S,L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North...... " " South..., Express train " South , North...... ,M,t37pm .. 1151pm ...-0-36 i)PK Local Freight North.. 207P m SOUtn. The latter tratna alio carry passenger. The abor If calculated on standard time. Solar Ima ii about to tninuut faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Going North trims part Junction City as 101- lows: IHue.Grass vestibule starts o a. m. vci tibule Limited 3.3s p. m Local 1:10 p,ra, Florida Limited ia:i.tt. m. Local Vestibule arrive S;so , m, 3:13. a. m. O. Vestibule ,11 18 p. 8j'ith-- N 11:55 31m am F.B.Twidwell HUST03STVILX.K, ETC., To Tho Xaadios l At my Here you will find one ol the finest stocks of.Milllntry and Embroidery Material ever Sole proprietors Dean's l!UclrTIair"o,id Roffl Paint Estimates fuinltned for piloting Wood, brought to Stanford, lhave paid cash for my good lion and sell them for cash, so loir that you will be Metal and paintedKoofs. Satisfaction Cuaranterd. All rools with Dean'a lllsck Diamond forced to buy (torn me. An examlaation Trill con1'aint guaranteed for years Daalsrs In cistern I'umps and Galvanised Iron filters, 67.1m vince you and you ate Invited to mala it. MRS. A. A McKlNNEV. bt Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Groceries, Silverware, &c. 1 A Trent For tlic tht THE I.ucHch. RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky. F. II. niLBY.JProprletor, Limited m. p. m. Florida n Miss Moore will arrlv October 1st, with everything Is new ao 1 nobby In the way of London, Oood Livery attached irsd. Give me a call. 7 Blue-Gra- In order to save the people of the WcstEnd a journey to other towns to buy goods, a I Have Marked Mine Down TO m So that all who examine will be forced to purchase, Ho How can any ono ask if marriage is a failure? Why, I wouldn't bo single elsewhere. I shall make a specialty of again for worlds. She But supposo I wcro to die? Ho Oh, thou I'd got married again. Brooklyn Life. Pltaia call and examine my stock Lefcro 'buying. My pilees shall be the lowest. Thanking you for past favor, rrapectfully, KATfc DUDDhKAR, Manager. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better irepared than ever to accommodate the public, aaa every convenience dc fRANK KII.IV, D. S. At the well-know- n CARPENTER, old stand ol THE XiADIES MISSL1CC1E IIEAZLKV, Stanford, Ky. I J. II. Green, In Hustonvillo, - - without going Kontuck pusi larooc. Diruimmef. cities i.ut. ing my Vail and Winter Slock,iinmi will not make and I my usuai fall trip. iwin Mils J at Dot ana her jpurchases will arrtvo next week and you art cordially lias Just received a beautiful line of JIbsoIitieJy -- HOLIDAY Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c, Furaituro and Stoves. Of -:-GOO- DS, Pure A cream of tarter baking .pow- havo nothing to do with buying flowers, for thero, as at aily placo whoro all sorts of people gather togother, human nature expresses itself iu odd and varying ways. ROYAL BAKING1P0WDER CO., A lady from tho north, who was iu tho habit of frequenting tho market to 106 Wall Stroot, New Yorfc. soo what now floral treasures would from day to day, ono morning S. A. ppA-'a flowor shohadnoverbeforo Been. SURGEON DENTIST. "What is that?" sho asfred of tho old colored woman who had brought it in. OEcoover McRoberts Drug Store in the n Owsley Building. "That, miss?" was tho reply. "That's And will sell them at city prices. .At tho flower market in Washington a show. nro many interesting occurrences which More Klecnnt. JAMES VKAOER. THOMASVEAOKR Call and see his stock and ret his prices which are lower than anybodys. Tl you want a nice set harness, a whip or a duster Hinder Twine fjr sale. der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report Wait for the opening and give me YEAGER & YEAGEK, F. U. TVVIDVVELL. Hustonvillc, Ky. UVK7, PEED iKD TWINISC 5TA8LE, Special Kates to Commercial Men. 3IYEKS HOUSE P. W. GREEN, Prop. 1 wtll-know- n ap-Ic- ar PRICE, W. E. Perkins t STANFORD, first-class B.Y. (or rates. II vou nrod livery glv ua a call. Nothing but which turnouts will leave our stable. See u This stable, Myers Is psc n connection with the House, has been supplied with In out 5 d CaEvsAtB OIICIIAjEwD;, A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, HARNESS SHOP Buggies, Wagons, lliirm. ttrl. dlts.ttaddlra.Ac. Hatnyaur repairing You will find a irood assortment of !K-X- a our roan, he understands his business. mechanic in our done by rummer's Sappls and Is better than evet We have a fiti itupply the public with prepaie, FinST-CL.A8- Stanford; f- - fi GjSfeS- - iad Mothers, if you want the best all wool suit of clothes at J2 ever offer- cd for boys from 5 to 1 4 years old, do not fail to see them. Boots Hu wife and family have received special train- and Shoes a specialty. A well selected stock always on hand. Our tw f. curriculum will riaasworK. uvii. U an MitDiSr J ou on J th ..For a., Ihf cjT. enntlri hp evcelleH. Notliinrr hnlter 2 Dnnrrnla Shntrs ran nnr . a. . .as -- .... ... . rfama.Bm linn isiiii rM ...... UUK,, - a ..! wnii'w.taiuir, do lain- (Residence! the late James McAllster.) Wing, no shoddy work will be allowed. ' than our ladies and children s oil grained uongola bnoes. 1 lie very posibiy itotii wero Wrong. RefroshingllBath.lJHot or Cold, Clas.ea will be Instructed In Higher Mathemat-'.- .' - KY. A handsomely drwsed woman was Shoe for winter. A nice line of the Forwood Shoe Mfg. Co.'s Boots CRAB ORCHARD, Hi'', tince. Mental - and A. stylish Hair Trim;or Clean Shave, go to Moral Science. Latin, rt.rraln KSitrl.ll..,! TS. walking across tho Campus Martins and Shoes on liand. Nothing better made and at reasonable prices. ' .. .; ,T' .. v. 't 1. ..i.4l ,ii.v i,:".'r urici, aiuaic, vocal and Cook & Farmer's JBarbor Shop. when a small jboytolo after her, and Caltand see our stock before making your fall and winter purchases, In"rum.ntal, raintlng, Drawlng.Ac. The term five DR. J. S. STAPP, 11C19., "yr first...V..H of .(! cinnths will oprn SepL 10, reaching tip fur capo sho T. W1 it A. G. Lanhsna W111.1U.C tug Hilt wick IB an J wc take pleasure in showing our cost yu ntl1,nff to John D. Castleman. wora Assisted by Competent Faculty. at'Chtlilmai. Jna; On wrV holiday l,rm TEK.MS. Tuition iki In. in flnf "Here, you, " said a policeman on tho goods, rfudlni; Latin and German .......... .......Jjo oo A select school, of high grade, for tho thorough corner, "what, aro yon up to? Look training of younc ladies, A lew young gentlenirn T,u"!on,, 'colVs srsda. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Respectfully, ..... 15 00 Music, llano, Organ. Guitar, Instruments of approved morals will aUa be admltud. sharp now, or I'll run yon in. " furnished lor practice . Number limited-Idler wanted. to.h.moo Tho boy darted oil ahead and waited Short hand. Fainting, Drawing, Dr. SUpp, the President, has since his gradua- . was nothing funny in it. Nevertheless thero was something about tho presout moment that amused hor, and sho laughed. Just then a gentleman camo tip, and tho samo flower attracted his attention. "What's that?" ho asked of tho worn an. Sho hesitated and looked distressed. Evidently thero had been somothlng wrong about tho namo before, and now sho was asked to say it again. "It's it's" sho stammered it's Dutchman's pants. "Youth's Com- panion. Has the most complete stock of General Merchandise in the East Dutchman's breeches." End of the county and at unprecedented low prices. Full line of StaNow, tho lady had hoard tho name and was quito awaro that thero ple bo-fo- ro BLACKSMITH SHOP. Will guarantee work anil satisfactory prices. Tiv our horse tlwr Agents for Dcering Machines, the lightest draft machine on earth first-cla, 8 RIQ8 OF ALL KIND8. P. W. ORKEN. V'l ITIVI lfnal and promptaltentlen gtvento Weddings l'artics and flutists. Al nURNS.Maniw , Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Stanford Female College. Clothing,, Men's, Youth's and Children's, ii. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. At the New Tariff Prices. Next Session llcgins Tuesday, Sep. 4, 1894, Ari. Kacellent boarding department Foil corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses In Literature, Music Catalogues and circulars furnished oa application, I I I , COLLEGE HOME, w -- k. i S- I- ". -- 1 ivn-piii- -- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOI-- ; MANAGERS, lk I ! ' ....... no insuranoe Company BARBEE &OASTLEMAN Ooramerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South, Ho again followed other direction, tho lady, and tiJife tililo sho felt tho small Augers touch her arm, Sho turned and looked down pleasantly into his V face. until tho policeman was looking in an- SOMETHING FOR YOU 10 EAT. n ?T. A. THIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. t ' you want toTpeak "to "No'm. It's ycr capo wot yon'vo got I was foolin of. " "Oh. von admiro it. ,h vnn?" "No'm. It wcro a bet mo an Johnny Slick mado. Ho sed hn'il hot n riJnk-n- l it woro sheopskiu, and I bet wcro possum, an please, missus, which of ns gits tho nickol?" Detroit Freo Press. An Aot of Providence. nrrrii n i. .u uon in meuicina, given nis entire lime and ener- - J at ieaonaoic rates. College, . :iestotne building d management 01 (Jolleires in Hoard Inlamlllss atper week, ( j.jo, uood uoard private tt the South. During the nam year he filled lha reduced rates. Monthly payments required. cnslr ol Literature md Natural Sciences In No dlKounl execot fo. tirotraeled illnoa. Daughters College, Harrodsburg, and Mrs, htapp further information address the I'restdcpt. Uujjnt Music, 1'aintiog, Drawing, &c , giving OR JOHN S.STAl'I'. general satisfaction to pattons and pupils. Crab Orchard, Ky. U uiirai''w,sii Type-Writin- lr S' i i i imh Evaporated Peaches, Evaporaied Pears, Evaporated Apricots, Evaporated Plums, Evaporated Fgs, California Prunes, Layer Rais-oI CH! j """'U vciwf : : . t: Currants, Citron, Also a full stock of Jlcintz I Goods, Catsup, &c. Candies, DRUG STORE! &c. Window Glass, Putty, -- Call for- - c Cakes, And Paints, E. Zimmer, DKALER IN A'ut Dinah, of do good Lawd wnz toh burnt ua buuiu u uiigmyiraw im gooa 10 buppah? Aunt Dinah I shut, say dat wnz a miracle. Undo Poro (entering with somothlng under his coat) What wud yon say. MAKrd?rIE:B9 o BANANAS, BMTTOS o ANB All 8 Lemons, &c. We also keep a full line of Canned Goods, &c. of which we offer at prices no house will attempt to 'undersell. Sr Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. BriKS, "X3a W. B. McROBERTB, Opp. Court-- I Fancy : Groceries Foreign ;and ft what it wnz a miracle. Nothiu short ob a miraolowud havo mado do colonol fo'-g- it teh lock do honuurydo'. Now York Herald. Trying to I'leimc. "Will yon sing, Mr. Smithers?" "Certainly," replied tho obliging young man. "What stylo of composis tion do you prefer?" "Something lofty in sentiment." Ho stood silent in thought for a minute, and then, low and tromulous, thero broko upou tho air the strains of "Up Iu a Balloon." Washington Star. TJuclo Poto (producing a pair of chickens) Dat's right, a'uty. Dat's just HIGGINS & McKINNEY M?,am'w'mrtmrnm fsr"- - louse. Do- f mestic Fruits, Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars. ever hroufht to Stanford. I will complete my new price list this week and OTHER HOUSES WILL BE NO MORE IN IT. Keadquartersjior almost anything Getting: n Good II t. Come to headquarters. I have made the prices since my embark-menNodd It's a great thing to bo tho and will continue to make my customers prices that will ceryou want. When you want'ajfirst-class'me- samo sizo as ono's wife. tainly induce them to pay cash. Call and see my elegant Fall stock. Todd How's that? birth-daand wedding presents. Nodd When my wifo wants n pair Holiday, forj25c, call on him. W. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. of bloomers, I step into my tailor's and al y At Cost Till Dee. 1, 594. jarixMisM Queensware, Glassware, Ikt Complete Stock Of Furniture Lamps, &c, ew Has just what people want. Lowest prices, the latest styles and the t, Dinner Sets, Chamber Sets, &c, all go at Cost till that date. FARRIS & HARDIN. get measured. Clothier and Furnisher. E. ZIMMEE. Stanford, Ky. In tlio Mrlm. What is tho matter with my hubband, doctor? Physician Appendicitis, madam. Mrs. S. 1 urn so glad. I was ufrafd ho might havo something unfashionable. Dotroit Freo Press. Mrs. Swoilery fi.46.R0PLET,- - FALL GOOD My stock of Wouldn't Sell. James Why aro you so bluo? Didn't I am now ready to dellvei manufactured Ice from .ho Stanford Factory to Customers re?iilirlv tho publisher tako your last books? Tooms (tho author) That's just tho FALL-:-AN- D every mornlmj at the rate of FIFTY CENTS PER HUNDRED I'OUND LOIS and over, and trouble. Ho took tlmii, and ho's keep- iu ;$C In imMler lots, E. BREMER, Stafford. j ing them. Chicago Itecord. Goods Warranted 10 ICE, IOE. AftklM 1mmlm Is Keceiving His -:- Clothing, Furnishing Goods. Boots Shoes, &c, is now complete Call and see me. call. - WINTER -- : GOODS. and a Perlcct Fit Guaranteed. Give me H. J. MdROBERTS.