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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895071201 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 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal; STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JULY 12. 1895. LANCASTER, - h VOL. XXIII. NO. 39 :U pute arose over some whisky that they HUSTOHVILLE. t OnnrrK. ,., i. i, ocrowu .i.t bought, Nunn...clalmlnit that Best owed been on Ibo , Mr. V. B. Bowman has , ... lo . tuio It in Hani to bo an nssured fact that a week Hml Judge Burnsido la on the "" .,' "" " " aluco uu.w nick list for n fow ilnya. Mr. Anall ArchBOnn1!nv Yowell's store , , wie uuncuiiy urstcamoup it was . ,. - , , feared , er, of Burgln, is horc on a business trip bench. "uu k death would be the reault, as Nunn ,'""" -- License was granted The younji pooplo j?avo Mien Cnrrio this week to was ever on the lookout for BeBt. He Baw , Downs a aurpriso party FrhUy ovftilntf. Kiabuiub Betlle, to wed MIpb Clara 11.' w,lh the 1!H8 ?led ' him passing his house on Monday at 11 was spent by those Mekinney, both of this place. A very pleasant time president, applying a poeition aa con- The mnny friends of Mfssn Kllzn o'clock nn.l i,.t.in. n..inn.iv ormc buI to any South American country that who nttondod. And to be posted in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes himself, he opened fire on him at once. Mrs. N. A. Saddler, who ws run Lusk and KHpp WeHt rejoice to hear that you must first of all examine what we are doing. Wc call your esHe (Nunn) hit Best in the back with a may bo lacking such an official. over ami hurt while passing under the they have, been Kiven positions in the Week before last E. B. Caldwell, Jr., pecial attention to our stock of Black Suits guaranteed to fit or no charge ot 10 buckshot and shot him cars etnndliiK on the side track at Cm bin graded echool here, again with a pistol after tie waa dead. of Waynesbnrg, conferred tho degree of sale, reduced from Si 2 and $15 to $$. There whs h moonlight picnic Riven 50 and every thing we have in about two weekfl go, was brought here the Eastern Star upon 31 ladies, relatives Monday night by a nuiiibur of the young Many regard the killing aa h deliberate of the Masons of this vicinity, at Masonic last Wednesday. and buried and cowardly murder. Nunn has only The farmers are busy cuttlni: their ladies and young men of the place upon recently moved into Garrard from Madl-so- n Hall. Hit tiue the. banks ot Uix oats crop this week. They leport river. A Mrs. Browning, who lived with rojinty. William Best, the man just a crop aa was ever raiseu, i! uiey chii kH wuilo a number of witness ar her eon, who is engaged in raising tobacm lUB lW0 80n8' waacon- 'V thom saved now without (lamngo. the coming in to attend the trial of Nunn 8i,,cre(1 on the Harmau place, died lost week a rHther penceable young man co ,i prospects for corn in Whitley is line. for the killlmr of Beat, We need the room for and waa buried Saturday afternoon on These goods are to be sold and not carried. tllB "ot lu,luec of whis- - that farm. Nearly everybody ia done plowing and judgment against the railroad for jOiiuO , our Fall Stock and they must go. We have also bought our Shoes . no nnu leaves u8 oj juara oi (or the killing of a cow. have the corn in good condition. Next Sunday afternoon the members in advance of high prices and we know we can do you good. We Mrs. S D. Roth well left Wednesday a wife and several children. Thus tragi- of the Presbyterian Sunday-scho- ol Mrs. C. Gatlltr is very low with conwill ' is not thought Bhe can to take charge of the Dripping Springs. cally ends the career of the Best broth- go in a body to the cemetery to bedeck have a sumption and it many more days. Mrs. J. W. Slier, A number of Lancaster people will take ers, who for a number of years past fig with flowers the grave of their former live ured notoriously in old Garrard. The Mrs. J. 1'. Mahan and Miss Huby Gatllll a recreation at the springs as Mrs. superintendent, Mr. J. B. Green, whom boarders thiflseason. Remembering examining trial came up Thursday. returned from ABhevllle, X. 0.. last they still hold in affectionate rememweek, whero they had spent several Mrs. R.'a capability as a landlady, many brance. OF A LOCAL NATURE. As an evidence of the generous That brings you more goods for your money than you can get any will avail themselves of tho opportunity weeks. Saxlon will furnish the music for spread with which the people of the Wo notice that Mr. K. W. Cain, to go to the springs. where. This is cleaning up time with us and we intend to clean this formerly of this place, haB located in West Eud regaled their guests at the picA sale was held Thursday of the the Danville fair this year. Come and see us. After six years' delay, Charles Spur-loc- nic dinner on the 4th, 300 loaves of stock. your town and we take pleasure in rec- stock aud farm produce of Eph Leavell, ia on trial at Pinoville, for tho murommending him to your people, both of color, of tho Sugar Creek section. The bread and 150 pounda of choice roast as a business man and a gentleman, and sale whb well attended by both white der of John Cay wood in Harlan. beef besides other things edible were Charles Spratt, aged 70, died at your young peoplo will find him quite and colored, but things were knocked off left oyer at the general table that the from the eUecta of a cold caught Masons provided. an addition to their society. at rather low prices. Horses and stock At hie eon's burial a couplo of days beWilliamsburg did not celebrate the sold cheap, mule colta bringing only $12. Rev. W. E. Foster, of the Baptisl 1th at home, but moat of her people Theological Seminary, preached Sunday It is with eadneea we chronicle tho fore. On account of the recent heavy rains went out somewhere toBOtuoof tho pic- death of little Clyde Smith, the only son at the Baptist church the Cumberland Gap tunnel baa shown morning and night crowd spent the day at of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smith, of Covingnics. A large here. We understand the church at signs of weakening, and a force of men Mahan and report a pleasant time. Ev- ton. The idol of fond parents and the Middleburg haa secured his services for are now employed strengthening the deerything panned off .iiiletly so far as wo pride aud pet of devoted surfers closed the Summer. Rev. Miliikln, who sup fective portiou. his eyeB on Monday afternoon at 4 have been able to learn. plied the Baptist church once a mouth A. B. Brown is injjail Tat Barbour-vill- e Mrs. Wainscott, of Richmond, in vis- o'clock to open them again in paradise. last year, haa accepted a call to the for abduction. He had a mania for iting Mr. G. A. Denham's family. Your The blow falls heavily upon tho sorrowMutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerchurch. stealing girls, whom he afterward col correspondent spent last week with rela- ing parents as this was their only boy a weary woman the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoinOne day this week lected in his mountain home. The lattives and friends in Madison county. Dr. and cave so much promise for the future with four tired children accompanying ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full inest victim was a Mies Spurlock. M. K. Pennington has gone to West Vir- and only a few years ago they lost their accepted the hos- formation and application, apply to Mrs. Sarah Oidham, a sister of Mr. her tramped into town, W. Les- oldest child, it pretty, bright little girl. ginia for a few weeks. Mrs. 0. pitality of the city fathers for the night James A. Harris, of this county, died in ter and sons have returned from Somer- - But weep not for him, remember God Madison, of nervous prostration, aged and passed on next day towards Chattal7. li s naid: All of "Sutler little children to come nooga us her alleged destination. 60t. She waa a member of the Waco Baptist Mr. Wlllard Ames, of Derea, Bpent unto me, and forbid them not, for of such children had the whooping coughi the church and an excellent woman. no,v the next thing in order will be Sunday with friends here. Judge II. II is the kingdom of Heaven." The burial The Kentucky republicans will es and Tye and J. W Perkins epant last week occurred at Cyuthinua on Wednesday. for our youngstera to whoop things up. tablish their headquarters in Louiavile in Louisville and other places near there. Much sympathy in felt for Mr. Smith Allen & McCormick disposed of two anil organize their campaign committee Several of our poople were at Lexington, here at his old home. car loads of calves and lambs in Cincin- New line of Fine Tablets and Envelopes, Box Paper and Visiting next week. Hon. John W. Yerkea will prices. among the number Misses Hill, Mary Married in this place at the home of Cards, School Tablets and Supplies. he chairman of the campaign committee. nati last week at remunerative O'Mara, Messrs. John Steeley, Milford the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wednesday Jaa. Allen tempted fate thro' N. W. Harris & Co , hoi iers of MidWhite and C. M. Stevens. Anderson, their second slaughter, Miss car dlesboro bonds, have agreod "with;. the tho stock market by shipping three Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock, at LldB, to Mr. W. T. Browning, of Lexingloads of lambs from Moreland. Givens council to refund them at 4 per cent. week A the home of the bride's father, Judge H ton, at 11 o'clock, July 10th. Ceremony The Complete Stock of Inks, Pens and Pencils, School Crayon, &c, amount of bonds is $ 150,000. This & Owens sold to James Allen this T. Hemphill, Mrs. Molllo Meadows and by Rev. 0. M. Campbell. Attendants, 220 Iambs at 3 and 4c. Givens & Owens will save the city $3,000 yearly in inter&c. Mr. J. M. Mahan were united in marri- Miss Bettio Anderson aud Mr. Oldham. also shipped Wednesday from McKinney est. age, Itev. J. 0. Steely officiating. Mr. Mr. and Mrs, Browning left at once for a A dispatcli from Danville saya that two car loads ot sheep and lamba. Mahan is the traveling salesman of Grin bridal tour upon the lakes. They will Miss Kate Baker, who, it waa believed, The lecture of Rev. G. W. Perry-mabe at home to friends after August 10th waa murdered and her body thrown into stead & Tlnsley In this section and Carefully compounded from pure Drugs and Chemicals. of Newport, at the Presbyterian while the bride is an accom- at the Phtentx Hotel, Lexington. Mr. the Kentucky river at High Bridge, is church Wednesday night waa greatly plished lady and of an old ami high- Browning is to be congratulated upon alive and well at Indianapolis. This enjoyed by those fortunate enough to ly respected family of this section. They the precious jewel he has won. We leaves tho body found still unidentified. attend. It waa humorous, pathetic and Druggist, Stanford, Ky. left Immediately on a trip to Niagara know Bhe will be to him a perfect helpEngineers and trainmen of the at tlmea eloquent. Mr. Ferryman made of Interest in the North meet, as she ia bright, energetic and well Queen & Crescent road are Falls and points "to be put his debut as a preacher of the Baptist fitted to adorn his home, in which the through a rigid examinatoin to deter- faith some 15 years ago about Liberty, and East. preserce of a noble woman is ever Mt mine whether or not their eyesight and since which time he haa been steadily CHURCH AFFAIRS. The reports reach us that Mr. Browning hearing are defective. It is estimated climbing the ladder of fame, until now Dr. William Shelton will preach at Is worthy Indeed of the honors confer- by physicians of the country,' that 4 per he ministers to the largest church of his the Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 red, that of the heart and hand of this cent, of the human kind! are alllictcd persuasion in Newport and is much - And true woman. o'clock. with what ia known as color blindneee. sought after aa a lecturer. Many old Died, in this placo Tuesday morn-in- g Over :0,000 Christian Endeavorera frienda and acquaintances were in his after a lingering illness of consumpHUBBLE. have arrived at Boston to attend their audience here. tion, "Uncle" Henry Mason, a worthy Dr. Bertie Carpenter, of thie place, annual convention. Mr. and Mra. George Woods are ot will spend a month or ao in the office of A 137,000 Presbyterian church which and eateemod colored man, in tho 70th The Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, assist His funeral was preach- homo from Crab Orchard. ia said to be the finest in West Virginia, year of his age. Mrs. Sam Engleman is visiting her ed at the Presbyterian church here at 2 ing him. Charley Adams ia eick with was dedicated At Parkersburg. brother and friends in Lexington this typhoid fever at the homo of his father, The Advocate Bays that the Chris- o'clock Tuesday afternoon by Rev. Boyn-toa highly educated colored minister week. T. M. Lewis presented Mr. tian church at Danville is having $3,000 Dr. and L. B. Adams. Carl Metzler, a Danville You are invifed to call and see them. of Danville. The largo concourse of peoworth of improvements made to it. Yeager with a fine boy last seminary thoolngua, who haa been board Mrs. Church ing nt C. O. Vanarsdall'a and teaching A Chicago church has sued tho"L" ple of both r a cert that assembled at the week, the first to bless their union. road for $25,000 damages, alleging that church was a testimonial of the regard in Luther Underwood sowed the Bird music in the community, returned to the noise of tha trains disturbs the ser which the deceased was held by all. The oata the 20th ot April and cut them the Danville Wednesday to epend the rest of S THE HERD OF funeral dlscourso was pronounced one of 20th of tho aummor there. He made a host of vices. June and haa agood crop. The filth annual convention of the the finest efforts heard in Lancaster for frienda while here. Mr. Wheeler and R. L. White ia tho firat one to havo Young Peoulo'a Union of years. Uncle Henry was long a faithful BaptistB' wife, of Mayelick, Mason county, renew corn on his platoin our community. America will bo held at Baltimore, July and devoted member of the Presbyteriturned home Wednesday after a visit of B. W. Givens' wheat threshed out about R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, 19, under the biggest gospel tunt ever an church and waa known us "a a few days to friends and relativea at Mt. 14 bushels per acre. will seat l'J.OOO. Mr. Joe Barter waa up from Jel- Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. orected. It Salem. Presbyterian." The exemplary ..31 G. A. Swinehroad started to Boliyar, Rbv. T. N. Oompton held a meeting life ho always lived is lelt as a heritage lico last week to see his wife, formerly eEfOSSsSISSpW'PSBaBfeJ Tenn., to attend the bedside of his sick PIgi (or tale from the best typet of Resiitere Miss Lottie Givens, who has been on an at the BaptiBt church in Lawrenceburg to his wife and children and ia indeed mother, who died before he reached her. of two weeks and gathered 21 in the worthy of emulation. extended visit to tho family of Mrs R B. StocY. Breeders secured .'rum tne best herds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited is visiting Mra. O. K. McG win, of Albany, Ind , Susie Brinkley, of Pulaski, fold. Rev. Doderidge, a Methodist McKinney. Neal West and wife, of frienda and relatives here. were in town last week. Dot preacher for many years, renouueed his is the guest of her parents, Gen. and J. M. Snow sold G. A. Swinehroad a Mra. W. J. Laudram. Mrs. Elizabeth faith and united with the Baptists. Oamnltz, after a tussle with scarlet fever, 1G0 pound stock hoga at 4c. He bunch ot The South Kentucky Association Smith has returned from n visit to Lou- also weighed at the scales here W, D. is about well again. Jaa. Roso and John Will S. Marrs, of Kuox-villwere recently indisposed, will be held at Bronston, Pulaski coun- isville. Mrs. hog, tbin In ;ileeh, and Harmau, who was here this week to attend the Snow's old male report themselves now in better health ty, Aug. 13; the South District at Perry n wedding. Mr. Living- he threw up the beam at 470 pounds. than usual. Jas. and Til Cook were at ville, Aug. 'JO; tho Cumberland River at I have an immense stock of goods now arriving which will revoluEubauks Bros, sold to George Austin a Lily, near Somerset, Aug. 27, and ston, wife aud little daughter, of Cincinlast week. White home tionize the retail trade. The prices mentioned below will seem impair of oxen at 41c. will pay any one's toll coming the Tatea Creek at Gilead, Madison coun- nati, are guests of Mra. Livingston's Don't Ubb Bio Words. In promulga- possible to a great many people but I aunts, Misses Bettie and Nannie Doores. ty, Aug. 27. Washington and Baltimoro ting your esoteric cogitations and in ar- to my store and not finding them as I represent them. All of these Onk fare to Tho Western Recorder payB a high V. G. Dunlap, of Lexington, was with and return. On July 10th and 17th tho ticulating your superficial sentimentali- goods will arrive in the next few days. tribute to the memory of Dr. TiberiuB Lancaster friends last week. Misa Nellie Chesapeake & Ohio railway will soil ties and amicable philosphical or psychGraccheua Jones,who died at Richmond, Anderson, of GreenBburg, Ind., ia hero round-tritickets to Baltimore at one ological observations beware of platudl-nou- s A good black slicker $1.25, very fine rubber coat $1.50 worth $3. good to return Va., aged 72. He was a wonderful man, on a visit to hor mother, Mrs. Susan An- fare for the round-triponderosity. Let your conversaBlack cape Mcintosh S3. 75 worth 5.50. Mens' sandals worth 75c of the highest culture, of tho fluent taste derson. Mra. L. D. Patton and daughter until August 5th. Persona should re tional communications possesa a clarified for 45c, Ladies' sandals worth 50c for 35c. Boy's knee pant suits for of the rarest delicacy and of the most have returned to Somerset, after a visit member that tho Chesapeake & Ohio consciouaness.a compacted comprehensito Mra. James L. Yantis. Lawrence and railway now has two solid vestibuled thorough refinement. 65c, Si. 10, 1.40, 2.00, 2.50 and 3.50, worth almost double. Mens' veness, coalescent consistency and a The members of the Christian church Shirley Rose, of Louisville, are guests of trains each way daily, : with through and Youth's suits, coat, pants and vest, $2.50 to S7.50, worth $5 to concatenated cogency. Eschew all at Mt. Olivet, thla State, are touch stirred their cousin, Herbert Hardin. Mr. Payne, sleeping cars, leaving Lexington 11:40 A. Mens' fine suits, imported goods, elegantly trimmed and tailor of flatulent garrulity, jejune $15. of Athens, ia hero visiting tho family of m. and 8:30 r. at. and arriving at Baltiup because their pastor, Eld. 0. P. and a inine affections. Let made for $12.50 to $15, former price 18 to 25 dollars. These goods bablement who also runs a farm,, had his Mrs. Anno Hopper. Mrs. Mattio Busby more 8:05 a. at. and 4:57 p. at. next day. are equal to suits that tailors charge double the money for. Sunday. He gives aa an has taken charge of Mrs. S.D. Roth well's Returning, the O. & O. trains loavo Bal your extemporaneous decantings and wheat cut on ! expatiations have intelligiexcuse that he could not get the binder boarding house during her two months' timore at 12:40noon!and0:55 i. at. and bility and veracious vivacity without Woolen dress goods in great variety of style and quality and I know any other day. It was either that or lose abaonce. Misses Mary Welch and Brown arrive at Lexington 8:35 a. at. and G i. at. rhodomontade or thrasonical bombast. that I own them way down below their actual value and will sell them hie crop of wheat, and saya that ho did Buford, of Nicholasville, will arrive to- next day. No change or transfer from Sedulously avoid all polysyllabic prolower than the lowest. Don't buy your dress or silk shirt waist unmorrow to visit Mrs. John E. Stormes. one depot to another via'.the Chesapeake not Intend to do the latter. fundity, pompous prolixity, paittaceoua til you see how cheap I will sell them to you. Wash Fabricks I have A German physician has succeeded Mrs. J. 0. Hays, of Louisville, ia visiting & Ohio route. For sleeping car reaerva vacuity, ventriloquial verbosity and in all the latest novelties, both in style and color. I have a line of In removing an entire lung, and the pa- her brother, Mr. F. L. Austin. W. M. tions or any information write or call on vapidity. Shun double check, striped and figured white goods carried over from last year for tient haa recovered. It only remains Bogle, of New Orleans, ia with W. H, George W. Barney, district passenger prudent jocoslry and bestleroua half price. now to successfully remove the heart Wherritt and family, Lexington. faofanity, obscurant or apparent. In A difficulty occurred Monday at agent, Carpets and Mattings.' My prices on these will surprise you. They while the man lives on for aurgery to ac- Paint who are counting on a other words talk plainly, briefly, naturRepublicans Lick in which William Best, the triumph. are all new, not a single piece of carried over stock. complish ItB final lost of tho Best (?) men of that vicinity, division la democratic ranka thla fall, ally, sensibly, purely and truthfully. A Great Bargain.- - A black stiff hat, the very latest shaye, for $1. 15 Keep from Blang; don't put on aire; Dallas sports claim that the building waa shot and Instantly killed by Shelby are reckoning without their boats. There "The sequelBuy and sell for Cash. worth S3. Nunn, a tenant upon his farm. Best and are gold democrats and silver democrats, say what you mean; mean what you say they will erect for the TAMES FRYE, Hustonvillc, Ky. Nunn bad been to a distillery and a dla- - but all are democrats. Glasgow Timee. and don't uao big words. fight will seat 52,815. WILLlAMSDUnC, WHITLEY COUNTY. - ,... CARRARD COUNTY. ' ... T ... .... " " . KNOWLBD&E INDISPENSABLE. ' nronVnT "f T? ( , J i SUMMER CLOTHING. fill.-a.i- ' ae i Roth-well- 's Remnant Job Counter, HUCHES & TATE. TO XjCDJHT. n k Mid-dleabo- ro Money, Money, Money ! Soui-era- et JOEIST H. KIRBY, Insurance Agent. SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY. - Writing Fluids, n, well-know- n, PBBSOBIPTIOITS "W. B. M'ROBERTS, ANCHOR : STOVES, Anehor Steel Ranges, BEST IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDIN BL.UE-GRAS- n, Duroc Jersey Red Swine rock-ribbe- iiiiiiiiiiiiHKAiHfes'- Per-ryvill- e, e, JAMES F BY K 9 HUSTONYIIXE, KY. Brown-Anderso- p p, OLOTHHTGDRESS GOODS I van-iloque- nt ex-tent- es; Oorbett-FItzslm-mo- ns - Hwn price 25 per cent. Thirteen young peoplo went yachting near Wauchapreague, Va tho ves sel capsized aud six were drowned. Carroll and Gallatin county democrats have nominated B. F. Furnish, n sound money man, for representative. Tho hardeBt lick that Col. Bradley has yet received is that piveu Lim by the A. I A.'s in endorsing him. Richmond Climax. About 1,000 Chicago business men FORD, ol Clay. will goto Atlanta, Ga., to help boom tho TrtK Courier Journal wisely remarks For Auditor, States and International Exposih. C. NORMAN, or Donne, that if ever there was a time when the Cotton tion. country stood in need of a recurrence to For Register of the Land Office, James McAvoy, who a few days ago f 100.000. slaughter. No mercy shown to prices, no attention paid to values, G. B. SWANGO, of Wolfe. first principles, if ever there was a time The republic uis of Iowa nominated shot his wife to death in New York City, when it needed to be done with quibFor Attorney General, of nn elevated railroad Gen. Drake for govnrncr mwl rcaffirme.l bling and evasion on the part of its pub- jumped in front W. J. HENDRICK, of Fleming. while in charge of nn officer and tho last national republican platform on lic men, that time is now, when states- train For Secretary of State, tho currency question, but added n dtc mangled. HENRY S.HALE, ot Gravel. men in their dotage forgot the lessons of was of silver Inrition in favor of free coiu-tL- ' Lowis Potter, ono of tho wealthiest the past, and kid politicians, hardly out ForSupt-o- l agreement. Public Inatructicn, uudttr tho international n a prominent of Warren county, ED PORTER THOMPSON, of Owen. of their teens, set up for philosophers men representative, died They also declared for Senator Allison Unheard of chances for bargain seekers. Superior qualities at startand and sages. Fcr Commissioner of Agriculture, effects of injuries sustained in for president. from the ling low prices. Bigger, better and quicker returns for your money ION U.N ALL, of Louumlle. Senator Blackburn Bays the currency an accident. FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. than was ever offered in Stanford. For proof of these bargains comFor Railroad Commissioner, question may not have anything to do William Walker, a negro desperado, GEO. II. ALEXANDER, of Louisville. In Shelby county, 05c. pare our prices with any and all others you can find. is a conspicuScott county millers are paying with the State race, but it For proof of was shot nnd killed For Representative, ous issue in his and he will continue Tenn , Tuesday by William Walton, one for wheat. quality examine and investigate. We have some extra values that M. F. NORTH GeorgiaV fruit crop this year is esti- we will to advocate the free and unlimited coin of a O0330 of nesroes which had gone to make special mention of: age of silver, which of course makes it arrest Walker. mated to bo north $3,000,000. The democratic nominees for State ofBest cattle bring 5, select hogs 6 5 Dozen Unlaundcrcd Shirts for men and boys at 20c 5 doz. Sweatgoing to n,i,t Wnisnn. a prisoner In the fices met in Louisville a day or two ago all the more certain that he is get left and justly so. penitentiary ot Jeilereonvllle, Ind.,jump aud extra lumbs 5 in Cincinnati. ers for men 25c, worth 50c; ladies jvcits 5c, up; men's undershirts and agreed to ask the State central com-- P. W. Green bought of T. M. Clark-Bo- n ed from a filth story window and has mittee to eliminate the currency ques15c, worth 35; bleached drill drawers for men 25c, worth .joe; good "The uncrowned queen of American His mind had been bay gelding for $180. h 4 year-oltion from discussion in the campaign, as womanhood" is doing as "well as could mashed into a pulp. 15 D. Hatlzrlaw working shirt for men 25c; big lot of ladies, slippers worth 75c, we sold to Thompson it has been settled bo far as the party is bo expected" with Miss Cleveland the affected some time.Mt. Vernon, O., shot Bros , a bunch of Ron T.Hwis. of mountain are oPering for 50c; silk finishedjwire buckle suspenders 15c, worth concerned by the action of the conven- Third. Those who have seen it say it is house and tried to fish it cattle at 2c. 35c; a lot of light and dark Derby Hats, men's sizes, 25 and 50c; tion. That the question has no proper as fine a baby as ever was and it must be a cat under his ond of his gun. Tho ueports snow mat tne corn crop out with the butt place in this canvass we readily agree, if it takes after its charming pother. 100 pair cassimerc pants worth 51.50; marked down to 90c and j5i. other barrel went off striking him in the condition in the South is excellent. Cotbut the candidate who does not heartily stomach ana killing him almost iuBtant- - ton is ouly fair. acquiesce in the decisions of his party NEWSY NOTES. lv. Wheat took a slump of eigtit cents and who does not hold himself in readiThe 0., II. & D , Cincinnati, Day in two days at Chicago, going down to Forty people perished as a result of 1 ness always to uphold and maintain the ton A Chicago, nnd tho Cincinnati, Diy-to- n 67 for September. the collapse of a bridge in Egypt. 75c, and $1. We wish to state a fc.v facts in regard to the recent cut principles which it enunciates, is not nnd Ironton railroad companies conGov. Brown has ordered that a mys Senator Teller says he "won't follow worthy of the support of the party. For The prices J have been Jcut extremely solidated with the nnmo Cincinnati, terious diReaso affecting Oldham county in our Clothinrj Department. the republican party into the gold-bu- g the sake of harmony we should like to Hamilton and Dayton Railway Compalow. We advise those who intend buying a suit tc look at our assortcnttle bo investigated. see the currency issue relegated to the camp." A number of firmers in this fection ment if they want to save money on their purchase. Kentucky's contribution to the gov ny. rear in the canvass, hnt Col. Bradley is Bogart, of Napoleon. O., got ernment for the fiscal year amounts to 21 nn n John mid failed to "show lip" at decided that GOc is not enough for whent going to force the fighting on that lino nnrPfl and are stacking their crops. and his "Me Too," Tom Pettit, will fol- millions. homo for soveral duys. His wife brood M. F. Elkin bought of R. Cobb some Sambrow, in Poland, deFire at low suit, so the democratic candidates matter and finally killed hr r butcher stuff" at 3c and of Mrs. Alice Ly-tstroyed 230 houses. Two thousand peo- ed over the will have to come to time, or stand from self by drinking a half pint of horBe linia small hunch of lambs at 3Jc. ple are homeless as a result. under. II. C. Williams bought Monday 700 Peter Lane, of Paint Isabel, 0., fell ment. Montgomery county, N. 0., durA: URHANSKY & CO., Propricto.s, There is an old saying that there from a treo from which ho was gather- ing In bueheli of wheat at 56c, but good wheat r Hpht bntween two brothers, Rink is bringing GOc. Anderson News. are a great many other ways to bill a dog ing apples and broke his neck. T. D. RANEY, Manager. Williams, their mother atbesides chokiDg him to death with butW. U. Traylor sold to Simon Weihl George G. White has sold his cele- and Frank Branch Stores. ter. There are also a great many ways brated distillery at Paris to Senleur A tempted to take a revolver from one, Ot cattle averaging 1,151 pounds at 5c when she was shot in the abdomen and and 43 averaging 1,050 pounds to evade a law and the inventive genius Sons, of Cincinnati, for $100,000. at 3Jc. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, ttardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, of those who want to deal in contraband California's peuch crop in the cen- Virsaillcs, The Erie Lines will run a f5 excur killed. JeffMar-tin- , Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. old boy baby of The whisky usually find some way to do so. sion to Niagara July 18 from Cincinnati, tral and northern parte of the State, of Powell county, found a large cop A temperance law has jUBt gone into of Toronto $(!; Thousand Islands 110. promises thia year to bo the largest ever in the parlor, and think- raised. feet in Indiana, find already numerous Two workmen at Chicago were pre- perhead snake WEDDING AND BIRTHDAY picked it up. The (and sundry Bchemes to beat it have been cipitated 75 feet by the breaking of a ing it a plaything, James M. Ling, of Paducah, has a a narrow escape. Tho snake child had divised. One is to cut a plug out of a scaffold and were instantly killed. tree in his residenco yard that bears watermelon, take out enough of the Jndge Woods has reduced the sen- was killed. fruit that is a cross between a peach and Mis. Clarence Chafllns. of Hunting- a plum. meat to insert a pint bottle ot liquor and tence of Debs, the strike instigator, to ton. W. Va.. shot and seriously wound- then stick the the rind back with wax. six months and his associate? to three. J. u. Gentry s Oracle ran second at ed a woman named Jennie Overall, Otkley yesterday afternoon. looking melon Bells for a AT WITHERS & MOCKER'S. The innocent Eight hundred people at Cornwall, The race intimacy with dollar, the State loses he revenue and Ont., were rendered homeless by a fire whom she suspected of was won by Zinono. Distance of a shooting occurred the buyer goes off and gets drunk. started by boys who played with match Mr. Chaffiins. Thb mile; time 1.01. Our line of Chairs, Picturs, Easels, Folding Beds, Suites, Couches, in a street-caes. Thero was a total of 1,340 hogsheads Window Shades, Carpets and Wall Paper is atup to date. Be sure to Incomplete reports of the recent A Covington policeman made an It will relieve the anxietv of a waiting ot tobacco sold at Louisville, which sec our line and you will be convinced that wc carry THE line. world to know that Editor So turners, of storm !nKan8as, Missouri, Arkansas and tempt to arrest a negro woman on a felbroke tho rocord of that or any other the Elizabethtown Newe, will support the Indian Territory, place the loss of ony charge. She pulled a razor and market for ono day. the democratic ticket. Fears that be life at 43. sliced off one of the ofHcor'a ears and The largest yield of wheat so far rewould Dot do so have cast a gloom over Fifteen people were killed and 34 badly cut him otherwise. She was finalported by a Boyle county farmer conus the party's prospects and predictions of injured in an accident on the Grand ly knocked down and taken in charge. from J. Harlan, who got 31 bushels to defeat were sorrowfully made, but now Trunk railroad at Craig's Road station A reunion of the factious ol the Orthe acre. Advocate. all is changed and hope again drives in Canada. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, der of Elks ended in an accident at AtStanford, Ky. J. U. Baughman it Co. eugaged in away doubt's depressing influence. The Within three monthB two Harrods-bur- g lantic City. A building filled with peoGarrard county this week about 3,000 young men have committed sui ple collapsed, and fully 1,000 people were ticket will be elected, but the platform, Eight bjsbela of wheat delivered at Lancaster One Gallon of- which he declares he will not support, cido because they could not stop drink- precipitated to the floor below. and Hyattsvillo at 5Sc. will go the demnition bowwows. Editor ing whisky. persons were seriously injured, and one Fourteen head of thoroughbred The new directory of Kansas City has died. Sommers is one of a quartet of country yearlings, belonging to Mike Dwyer, editors who think themselves greater show its present population to be 205,- Thos. 0. Forman, of Lexington, one have been shipped from Lexington to or au increase 01 1L' per cent, over of the State'a best known horseman, and better than the democratic party, Ux, PoglBnd. They cost 1S,000. Will Cover 300 Square Feet of Surface two coats and costs you and it must be bo, since they themselves that of 1890. died Sunday morning. A year ago he There are 11 entries in the eadd 0 Alter five years of labor by an army bad his two front fingers bitten off" by a have said it. stake for marcs and geldings at tho Rich of officials and employes the census of vicious horse and from that day until remond fair, including W. A. Tribble'a monument erected at Lexington 1S90 The has been completed at a cost of lieved by death he was a constant Buf- Kate Malloy, the most prominent in the by the "Orphan Brigade" to their gallant manv millions. ferer. list. It is worth $100 to the winner. commander, Gen. Roger W Hanson and .It is. NearSunbury, Pa.. Sarah Krumis, a Aaron Schneider, a hermit living Hon. Mcholas McDowell haB receivbis wife, was dedicated Thursday with servant girl, aged 23, unmarried, and the near Hamilton, 0 , committed suicide by ed official notice from the agricultural most imposing ceremonies. Fifty memmother of two children, strangled her eating two ounces of Paris green. Ho bers of the old command were present by a department that tho statistical depart third at its birth. was robbed and cruelly tortured for Kentucky will be discontinued. and they with soldiers from other comAny Shade you like. In Texas there are 234 counties; in couple of thieves a short while beforo ment The divisions for Kentucky and Tennesmands marched out to the cemetery, GO of these counties there is no newspa- and it is thought that his fear of again see will be consolidated. where Supt. of Public Instruction E. per published, and in 15 of them there being robbed caused bim to take bis life. P. W. Green brought his Allendorf Porter Thompson delivered a most touch- is no post office. JoEight men went to tho house of ing and appropriate oration. Gov. Buck-ne- r and de- gelding, Dr. Allen, home Wednesday. Ben Brush won the Emera) stakes at seph Uowton, near Princeton, He had been in William Owinga' hands and Senator Blackburn also made Oakley Tuesday with Ratniro second manded that be open the door. He reat Danville only about two months and short addressee, which carried the old and was fatally wounded. and Ben Holiday third. Distance five fused soldiers back to the stirring scenes of the the other day stepped a half in 1:11$. furlongs, time 1:02. Hewlett Howton was then dragged from early '6O3. He will be put on graes and handled The liabilities of those who failed in the house and murdered. Testimony in Blackburn Senatorial stock, which business during the last six months were a criminal case iB supposed to be the again in the fall. A Bpecial melon train over the CinI am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and was at a very low ebb, has risen a little $12,899,000 less than for the correspondCdUBO. cinnati Southern last Sunday afternoon, on easy monthly payments, or any other terms Bince Henry, Carroll and Simpson have ing period of last year. to suit the purchaser Miss Nellie Murphy, daughter of a made a record for the road. Tho train, nominated candidates for the LegislaCarrie Sharp drank wealthy planter near Braidentown, Fla.i best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line ture favorable to him. The selection of a carbolic acid and died from the effects of while out horseback riding, was attacked which was composed of 29 loaded cars, of goods as can be found any where in the land. free silverite in Simpson county is re- it in a few moments at Bristol, Tenn. by vicious stallion, which bit her severe- covered the distance between Chattanooga and Oakdale, nearly 90 miles, in I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have garded as evidence that Blackburn men She mistook it for castoria. ever ly. There was a wild race for life, the two hours and 40 minutes. sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. will be elected in all of the Western political sensation at Cincinnati Btallion being shot by the girl's father, The Kentucky counties, which would have is that Millionaire Thomas is to start a just as the horse dashed into the gate of Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo gone for Brown had be remained a can- paper to fight Brice and create a guber- the plantation. The best salve in the wot la for cmj. bru'tei Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in d taking didate. Hope springs eternal in the hu- natorial demand for himself. Kate Welch, an inmate of the asy- lores, ulcers, salt rneum, lever sores, tetter, hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue man breast and it is well that it is bo, cloud-burs- t Nev., has $10,291 deposited It positively curei piles, or no pay reputred. It is A on Lookout Mountain lum at Lono, to give satisfaction money otherwiso Blackburn and his following almost caused a panic In the village of in the Hibernian Bank, in San Francis- guaranteed Price a? perfectper box Forortale bv teaching as before. Address cents refund!. A. R. Penny. Stanford, Ky. would be inconsolable. St. Elmo, at the foot of the mountain. co, which baa remaiued uncalled for for The bank officiala traced evTwo Llvoa Savod "PRE8IDKNT Cleveland is cutting The deluge of water started a landslide. 21 years. of Mrs. of Junction City, that name on the Pacific told by Phoebe Thomas, had consumption HI., was T. Johnson, clerk of the county ery woman her doctors she and down all the shade trees at the White court at St. James, Minn., beat his own coast and several Eastern States before there was uo hope Tor her, but two bottlts of thit Dr. House," (said one minBtrel to another, brains out with a claw hammer, fearing finding the real owner. Discovery completely cured her and King's New she says it saved her life. Sir. Thoa. Kggers, 139 "What foi?" asked the other. "To get that he was to be sent to an insane asyFlorida The supposed niurdererB of pretty ful cold, St., San Ktancisco, suffered lrom a dreadapproaching consumption, tiled without a little sun (sonV was the reply. If the lum. Mary Baker, tho girl who was so brutal- result every thlnzelse then bought one bottle of pretddent did take the precaution it was A North Carolina man after killing Dr. King's New Discovery and in two week was Kenly murdered and thrown into the cured. He Is naturally thankful. It is such reof no ayail, it seems. By the way the a boy went home and killed his wife tucky river near Valley View, have been sults of which theieare samples, that prove the wonderfi'l ctlicacy of this medicine in coughs and of Grovoretta has been suggested without provocation, so that she would name arrested on the charge of murder as fol- colds. Free trial bottles at G. L. Penny, Exors not be left to grieve over him after he Is for the new comer, which under the Drugstore. Kegular sizo 50c and (1. lows: Frank Dickerson, Roland Tate, dead. appears to be a good one. Daniel Werllng, who shot and killed William Walker and a colored woman Electric Blttora. This remedy is becoming so well known and so Bargin aaya that Col- his wife April 7, at Pittsburgh, because named Mary David as accomplice. A didtatcu from popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of John D. Young.tJr., son of tho lector 0. H. Rodefl is laying his wires to she had bim sent totho work house for praise. A purer medicine doea not exist and It is and present mastor guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Gov. McCreary in Congress. The drunkenness and abuse, was banged aucceed of Bath, in an altercation Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidmantle of the modol Congressman could Tuesday. neys, will remove Pimples, lioiis,Sa!t Hheum and bis couBin, Pllney Faflsott, on tho other affections caused by impure blood; will Gov. Culberson, of Texas has writ- with not fall on worthier shoulders, but from Fassett'a drive malaria from the system and prevent as Owlngsville, cut Call and See Them. well as cure nil malarial fevers. For cure ot present indications the gentleman will ten a letter declaring himself for freo streets in Constipation and Indigestion, try a struggle. The silvor coinage, but saying that he will throat, severing the jugular vein, and Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed orEleC'lr not don it without monny Price support the democratic ticket, whatever producing death in a few minutes. They relunded. drug joe and fi per bottle at A .K. woods will be full of candidates and Penny's sice. over a trivial matter. had quarreled the action of the convention. will likely M to the quota. Lieutenant-Governor, It is said that President Harrison, whom by the way, we met while In recently, thnt la to say we met him as he was Boing one way and wo the Stanford. Ky - July 12, 1985 other, but didn't speak rts wo passed by, his declared against chewing gum nnd bloomers for bicycle riding. We do not W. P. WALTON. know that he intends to make his canvass for the republican nomination for president on these momentous issues, THE TICKET. but wo do know that if he does he will For Governor, lose the States that permit woman suf P.WAT HARDIN, ot ce . frage ami iujtiro his chances in LancasFor ter, where everybody, young and old, R. T. TVLEK, of Fulton. b'ack and white, are addicted to thogurn For Treasurer, habit. U. C. &mi-Weekly Interior Jourkm. Chicago's fourth of July record was six killed and 33 injured. The window glass manufacturers of Indiana have combined and raised the -- A Bteel tower 1,150 feet high io tho latest Chicago undertaking. Broker Lowis, of Urbana, 0., has disappeared, and $50,000 of his forged bonds have turned up. His bank has been cloeed by a run on it. W. B. Colvin, a lawyer, shot and killed Josinh Stevens, n preacher, at In- (liau Springs Station, Ind. Tho preach.That Clears, at... er wrb first to draw his pistol. Tho Spanish government has demanded a disavowal by America of an alleged interview with Minister Eustis published in tho Paris Figaro. Five charred bodies have boon re The Summer Clearance Sale of the past two weeks has been a woncovered from the debris of tho Detroit derful success, and is still in full blast. Our entire stock of high class stable fire. Gnu mnu is utill mleeing and another is perhaps fatallv injured. For- summer is to be closed. It starts right at the front door and sweeps ty horses were burned ond the lots is through the entire house. Every thread and fiber on the list for n Glearanee Sale 'XX LOUISVILLE : STORE, Not a Thought of Profit Now. ma-Bo- ex-Sta- te d SUMMER COAT &VEST 50C THE LOUISVILLE STORE. STANFORD, le Kr, ar 4 r. WITHERS & HOCKER, -- "MASTIC" MIXED PAINT ONLY: $1.40'. PER: GALLON. Very Fine and Durable. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. PIANOS and ORGANS. Four-year-ol- d tSf chap-tie- P. H. IDOL, Stanford. Ky. SUMMER CLOTHING LIGHT AND DARK COLORS. er Flannel, Worsted, Luster. Head-ach- e, Liu-coi- n H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. isassaMiaBrMsaBgaiacMBCsja o- - Interior Journal Ji'iA 12, 1895 Btanfohd, Kv., - E. C. Walton, Business Manager engine for sale cheap. v, PERSONAL Don't fail to attend themoonligbt fete on tho College grounds this evening. De- Oils, paints, varnishes, etc., at Grata A light. ul refreshments, inspiring music and beautiful young ladies will bo on Hooker's, the New dub Drug Store. hand in abundance. Only 2oc will be A ciooDBecond-han- d RMiorao portable charged. ni. CmAPwhoat for elilckpn fpml .T.( H. Baughmon A CoV ... POINTS. Miw. T. A. Rick, of loulsvillo, is vial Udk rolntlvco bete. Mus. J. C. McOlaiiv Is viaitinK ber alitor, Mrs. J. R. Uallov, In Mercer. MiDflGKnTHunx TiuvKit, of Sburman, IS. Y., la vlaititiK Mlsa Mnry Carter. Mh. T. M. Tiiatciikh. of Somerset, ia enemliuKa few days with frietula here. Mk. F. R. Fkland, of Lawroncabiuff, ia vlsitiiiK liia father, Mr. A. M. t eland. Dn. HicnTiB Caiii'kntkii. ol thu West End, ia with her kinsman, Dr. J. 0. Car punter. Kmily Saufxky wont to Columbia jreGtorday to visit her daughter, Mr?. Grady. Mk. ahi Miw. II. 8. Withkiw aro spending a week or two at Crab Orchard Springe. Miia. Kate Eaiisivr, of Crab Orchard, baa been visiting Mr. end Mrs. V. II. Mitu. lliRKiua. Mita. Polly Williams, of Wayno county, ia viMiting her brother, Mr. Kouben Williams. W. Simpson ond Mies Lulo, of have been KeaU of Mra. Nun Garrard, , nio Lskbou. Miia. S. 0. Tmuiiieaiit and Miw Mary My era are aummering at Chautaurun AMumbly, 2f. Y. Mibs IUiikcca Jones, of St. Louin, was ' on yeaterday'a train en route to Crab Orchard SpriiiKC Miia. G. W. Delhi and daughters, Misses Minnie and Annie, of Loulsvillo, are guesta of Mra. J. 0. Florence. Mita. J. OaiiVKR Jo.nkh, of Kansas City, and children arrived WVilnemlny on n visit to hor mother, Mrs. Grimes. Minj Na.nmk Pmtus, ol Crab Orchard, visited her cousin, Mies Tattle Stephen ron, this week. ilichmond Climax. Owino to continued ill health, Mr. J. A. Carpenter will Bell out his store a l'erry villo and eeek a change of climate. Hon. Nicholas McDowell, commia-aion- er of agriculture, ia seeking a restoration of health at Crab Orchard Springs. Ma. and Miia. D. W. Dunn, of Danville, are visiting their daughters Mra. M. S. Haughman aud Mra. J. W. liaugh-maMn. J. n. J. Oaiikoll Railky has given up hla position aa clerk at the Myera Uouae and ia assisting Mr. G. D. Cooper in his livery busluces. Miia. Ma ky It. GiiEKNand Mrs. Mary II. Jones, of lluetouvillu, paaacd up to Crab Orchard Springa yesterday to spend a few days. Misa Jknnik Dickinson, of Middleabo- ro.whohaa Bpent a dollghtful month with Misa Kthyl Beazloy, left yesterday for her home. Rev. R. U. Maiiony returned from Chicago Wednesday night, where ho haa been under the treatment ol a phyaician. He is greatly improved in health. Mil. James Iluaiiu, o( Uloomington, III., is the guest of Misses Nettie aud F Georgia Wray. He came tho greater portion of the way on his bicycle. Mb. and Muh. F. M. Hinklb, of Hour-bowho have been with Hev. and Mrs W. K. Arnold for a week, returned home Wednesday. Mra. Arnold accompanied them. Mhh. J. W. Poi.UAii,of Washington, who ia vialting her mother, Mra. Drf Green Moore, at Mclvlnney and Mra. George W. Alford were gueata gf Williama Tuesday. Miia. LiriiKii Gnuw and MieseH Jano and Mattie Walker, of Garrard, are visiting Mrs. J. C. Hays, who gave an entertainment last niiiht in honor of them and her othor guest, Misa Sue Og'lvie. John Fox, Jr., who ia a aaociated with a number of Stanford men In a land company, and who frequently visits hero, has a Btory, "Tho Lust Stetson," in Harper's Weekly for Juno 21), 1S93 He will also have on article on "Fox Hunting in Kentucky," in tho August Century. Mn. Thomas M. Owsley, who went to Richmond and Paris to inveatlgnto the advisability of locating at the one or tho other for tho practice of hia profession, found that thero were already 12 lawyers in tho capital of Madison and that tho litigation in Bourbon would hardly mako another lawyer rich. o, Mrs-Reube- n Tiik Loconntlvd Engineers advertise a big picnic at Masden's Park, Lebanon You should examine our remnant ond job counter nnd our clothing. Hughes Junction, July 20. A priz9 of $50 will be given to the prettiest lady present and & Tate. $25 to the ugliest mm. Games, music Youn account ic ready and I must havo and dancing will also bo enjoyed. T. B, money. Please call and esttle. W. D. Meals and Sherman Nap per, who used to Mcitoberts. live here, aro on tho arrangement . ' Thk Stanford I. 0. 0. F. building association declared a dividend Mr. M. D. Elmouk, who has a large ol 7J per cent. orchard on his place back of his . ia trying a moat novel way to Imitation cut glats. (lower vaspn. in tuba, cream trays, etc. New gooda at keep tho boys from taking hia apples. UanhB, the Jeweler. Every morning ho gathers a large basket full and keeps them at hia store free of Misaohh for dociora left with Craig & chargo. He gives them out to the Young Hocker at the Cash Drug House will be America and fills the pocket of every litpromptly delivered. tle fellow who happena by. The trustees of the Mt. Xenia school Only Onk Now. P.W. Green'a license elected Miss Cettio Thurmond for the at Rowland having expired, he haa cloa noxt term. There wero adozun or more ed hla bar room there and will await the applicants. action of tho court of appeals on the conKLiHimaK Reid, colored, was given .'50 stitutionality of the law under which days in jail in Judge Davison'fl court for the prohibition election was held, before stealing a pig from Sarnuol Cochran, of applying for renewal. Judge Shelton tho East End. claims to havo town permission and pro. .o soli liquor till Aug. 11, and he Thk weather haa been dollciouoly tection will continue to do so. pleasant for several days. A shower or two fell yesteday and the probabilities for At an adjourned meeting of the city today are fair and warmer. council Tuesday night the question of The proceedaof tho moonlight fete on extending tho water mains on tho cut off the College grounds thifl evening go to a pike, which lias been agitated for several good cniiso. Lend the young ladies in yoara, wn Hettled by appropriating $100 for thai Purpose and the residents along charge your aid by nttcndinir. tho lin" will pay the rest. The Stanford .. Mb. A. 0. Caiiman now has moro land Watpr. Lluht A Ico Co. wan paid foS, bal in Lincoln county than anybody. He ance one Jan. 1, '05 and $5S7 50 on acbought most of the 100 tractB ao!d by ex- - count to July 1st. Messrs. J. M. Hail and William Daugherty were appointed Sherilf J. N. Menefee for taxes. a committee to have the Btreets worked A 10J i'a I'M) hoy has come to bless the on and Marshal 0. J. Newland was or union of .Mr. and Mra. George S. Shelby. dered to begin at onco the collection of Tho latter was Misa Laura Hubbln and tho dog tax which is 50 cents on the Mr. Shelby uaod to bo known aa "Jock." head. mm Pleahe call at once and pay me what Served Him Rioiit. Rev. Price, colyou owe. I really need the money to ored, of Nicholasville, who haa been pay my debts and I hopo you will not holding a meeting at tho Bhptist church aak me to wait longer. H. 0. Rupley. on Hanging Fork was shot in the arm by . n. Having secured tho services of Mr. Alfred Bright, also colored, Wednesday. Price had spent most of his time at Lewis II. Bellebaum, an expert pharma cist, we aro prepared to fill prescriptions Bright's houso and tho intimacy between day or night. Accuracy guaranteed. his wife and tho preacher aroused bis suspicions. Bright set a trap for the Craig A Hocker. preacher and caught him dead to rights The pocket book found by John G. and then proceeded to do him up. His Lynn, Jr , and Lynn Carr with $12 in it, shot gun wae brought into use nnd had and advertiaed in this paper, wa8 claim- Price not skipped out he would no doul t ed by Mr. G. G. Wine by 8 o'clock the have been killed. As it was his arm was morning of publication. badly shot. It ia .hardly probable that ho will return to finish his meeting. Wb have some accouuta on our hooka for which we have waited long and paThe killing of William Best is another tiently and now wo say to tjjoso who exemplification of the Scriptural asserowe them that they muat be paid. A tion that he who lives by the sword shall hint to wlae people ia sullicient. Hughea die by the sword. After a tempestuous A Tate. life, during which he is said to have kill 9 The booth privileges of tho Casey ed one or moro men, and waa nearly alCounty Fair will be aold to tho highest ways in trouble, he waa foully murdered blddor at Liberty, July 15, county court by Speed Nunn, who had quarreled with day. The Fair will be held Aug. 28 to him over the payment of some whisky. 30. J. Boylo Stone, president: M. K. As Best passed hia house ho fired on him Humphrey, secretary. without warning knocking him from his horse. He then emptied another load of Casey Fa hi. Secretary M. K. Hum buckshot Into his prostrate victim, and phrey, of tho Casey Fair, was hero Tues as he lay struggling in tho throes of day to get tho cataloguea printed. The death, ran to hia side with pistol in hand Fair will begin Aug. 20 and last three and emptied tho five loads into his body. days. Tho list is extensive and the The killing of Best wipes out the last of premiums larire. Write to him after to a family which has been noted for its day for catalogue. killing qualities. Humphrey, a brother Lost. Mrs. J. W. Pulllam lost Tues of the deceased, was killed a year ago, day either in liullalo Cemetery or be- within a 100 yards of the late murder, tween there and town a lady's Hat pock- after he had put several men to sleep. et book with a rubber around it. It con- The father of tho boys, Ebeneezer Best, tained besides money, a receipt with her died n natural death, singular as it may husband's name signed. Leave at this appear when It is told that during his career, he had sent seven souls unpre ollice and get reward. pared into eternity. Nunn gave himself John Hahpkii, aged 15, was tried be up and is in jail nt Lancaster, apparently foro Judge Davison Wednesday for cut- careleeu of his fate. Unless the jury ting tho tail oir of a colt belonging to takes into consideration the character of John Thornton, who lives on J. H. the man he killed, the murderer will farm, and fined $10. Harper doubtless give the Garrard people anothwas mad at Thornton and took this er chance to see a man hung. method of revenge. The colt came very near bleeding to death. MATRIMONIALMATTERS. com-mittee. . K. Wearen. m m "Next to knowing when to seize an opportunity, the most important thincr in lifA i.Q f.n trnnw whan tn foreg-- an advantage." o Ill HI miiUtti FOOD FOR THOUGHT. semi-annu- al resi-don:- 1 e, J WfSfSf So is our line of goods, for we endeavor to select good and nicely made goods and offer the public the benefit of our knowledge. Call on us and judge for yourself. Our prices are low, for we bought these goods when opportunity was given us and therefore the advantage is yours. The best Clothing ever offered in this section of the country. Look at our $7.50, $10 and $12 Suits. It will pay you. Our Children's Department is full of goods at low prices also. THE GLOBE Strictly One Price Clothing House. J. L. Prohman & Co., Danville, Ky. 60,000 lifo but Dr. Ed Palmer, of Louisville, carried and $5,000 accident insurance-Hi- s income from his practice waa large, ho moro than lived up to it. Cornell waa badly defeated in the HI.6.R0PLEY,-e- - rowing contest with the Trinity Hull crew, Cambridge, on the Henley course. The Britishera hissed and otherwise made it nnpleasent for their v'Bitors. NEW ADYEBTISKMENTS. wwwwi tmw$m&. caJe la Kecoiving His M.1, ,.. jli. .Awm .. f m m SPRING : AND : SUMMER GOODS. : 1TOTICE. There indebted to the ettxtooi John M. Reid will plcaie teitle with me it once and thoieto it indebted will present their clalmi properly verified to me for payment. whom it Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed: Give me call. m m m j$ JOHN Exor. John M. Reid II. FOSTER, WIEBJD) INGr .AT. R. R. Noel & Son, Succcitort to J. B. m Hlggini, Dealers in All Hinds Stanford, Cash. of Coal, Kv. PI1BELW SAMB .At the Very. We will continue the coal busmen at Mr. Hlg Kiu' old at md and will have on hand at all timet the very best coal whlcn we will deliver promptly. We will aell itrlctly for caah and will make it to the interest o( the people ol this section to pay 37 3733. DANKS, THE JEWELER, UEPOKT OP THE CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. AT STANFORD. In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business MAS own -- June Loans and discounts Eig:ks and bonds 19, i3j5- - RESOURCES. $J9.9S 15,143 39 31 er'a Overdrafts, secured and unsecured V. S. Ilonds 10 secure Circulation Uanking-hous- e, furniture and fixtures.. Taxes to be refunded by county Due Irom Hanks Cash with Ast.s Treasurer Cash on hand Total $i75.3 7 4.3co 16 50,000 00 9.130 LOWEST : PRSCES, At- 9'3 4 17,07 s So 3.IJO CO 9.M7 33 5378.831 41 UAMMTIF.S. Capital stock $200,000 Surplus fund .. 23,700 ..... ...'... Undivided profits 105 National Il.ink Notes outstanding......... 45,000 Individual deposits subject to check..... 105,024 Fund to pay taxes 135 ?. Due to banks 4,775 .. 00 00 89 W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S . m m Mn J. A. Estks, of Casey, in remitting for his paper, says: "At a meeting of tho stockholders of the Middleburg Mrs. J. Schneider, a widow aged livinsr at Madison, Ind jumped in htr cistern while in a fit of anger and was 70, 00 99 00 53 and Liberty turnpike Saturday, a dividend of 12 por cent was declared. I war again elected presideut for the 21at time."' Mr. Estea knows how to run a turnpiko aa well as to be one oftho cleverest of gentlemen. m The Rov. Peter Vinegar discoursed on "A Damned Hot Day" at tho court-houThy tho cash plan with Severance & Tuesday night, to a largo audience Son this Bix montha. of colored and a number of whito per' New lino A. D. collee cups. Imported sons, who went away feeling that it was not very good to havo been there. " Brer" beauties. Danks, the joweler. Vinegar waa both tiresomo and dull. He White duck vests and panta and neck- evidently uses the name of his lecture tc wear in great variety at W. II. Shanks.' draw the crowd and then punishes them for coming. Tiierb Ib n butter famine in town and Doos. Wo are glad to observe that this Ib to remind tho country peoplo that the city council has ordered tho immeua. this Is the tiuio to strike diate collection of tho dog tax. The Recohd Bkokkn. Lllatt & Young amount per head ia only 50c, but judging in a most satis- by the way the worthless brutes make threshed for mo y factory manner in fivo houra 1,071 bush-el- night hideoua with their barka and of barley with their now Geiaor howls, there aro enough of them, even with Cyclone Btacker recently pur- at that figure to raise sufficient revenue chased ol B. K. Wearen. Richard G. to run the town. Tho law provides a penalty of $3 a day against thoso who Dennv. , was a fail to pay the tax and the killing of the Tim Junction City Band Concert pronouueed success and the boys made a cur. What a man in town wanta with a dog, except to harass his neighbors by nice thing out of it. A number went and enjoyed it greatly. Mra. with their howls, is more than wa can from hero . r: Trnflman and Misa No-- a Moreland. concoive and those who onjoy tho luxury should bo made to pay at least fo for of Stanford, Bang boIob bo acceptably that j each dog they so inflict on the public. and again. they wero encored again CITY AND ViniNITY. T eo r - m m m m m to-da- Total....- drowned. .$378,831 41 Loulsvillo Is getting as bad as Obica Karnlnjts lelt over Dec. 31, '94..$ 33 45 Gross Earnings last six months S,ji3 36 $$,961 71 go for misfit marriagea. A judge granted Distributed: at one sitting in tho Falls Expenses and U. S. Taxes.... .$2,355 82 nine divorces 6,cco 00 Dividend City, Tuesday. Carried to undivided profits 105 89 Time is coming on and you will want lots of Summer Goods. Rev. F. S. Pollitt. formerly pastor of Carried to surplus....- 0000 $3,96:71 I can will take all the the Methodist church here, waa married, TJ IUI-jOrrT?Q Ifor cash or In trudehides leather get forget to look at our stock. Fancy Goods, Notions, Summer . on for Li yesterday at Hudson, III., to Mra. court days at Stanlord or at my home in Goods, Fans, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Small of all kinds. Chas. Ecnslio, Tanner. Daisy Carlock. Charles M. Shane, a bachelor of 54 and Mrs. F. B. Skagg, a widow of 39, were married at the groom's home near Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the DeKingsvillo Wednesday. mocracy. November election, 1895. Concerning a sweetheart's earning capacity, a girl should look beyond hia W. S. BURCH, being able to support her nicely on his Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county; subject to tho action Dresses will be in demand for three knee. Philadelphia Times. months yet, so you should Democratic party. Charles Hendricks, of Lafayette' oftho now before the stock is broken. Ind wants a divorce from bis wife be- cnuao she spit in hia face and quarreled at him when he camo homo "tipsy." -.Otten-iel- Don't Wash JAMES F. IIOLDAJI, PICNIC come STAKTFOKD -:- s Sep-arat- At Eddyville, 185 ballots were taken by the democratic convention in the effort to nominate a candidato for circuit judge. The first and last ballot stood: Morrow 12, Burnett 5, Watktns 4, Linn 8. Femalo - College, Stanford, Ky. Fall Session Opens Sept. 3 1895. Georgetown Times: If you don't like tho democratic platform you can vote for the ticket. If you don't like the ticket vote for tho platform. Both are better than anything offered by the republicans. Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Departments. Sclcnlir..., Classical and Special Courses ot .Study. Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. Ilest teachers employed, each a specialist in her Own Forget we have Summer Goods and they must go regardless of pri ces'. Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of teachers. For further Information, address WILLIAM SHELTON, President. 34 Department. SEVERANCE & SON. 'rwrnimrmmrtnmtrtmm'""!tt WfMJf, J I u SFJHTOffl 1ST, mmil, One of Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT Tho small boy had applied at tho lawyer's ofllco for a job and tho lawyer, a kindly man, was asking him a few preliminary questions of a moral charac- the Itnult. ter. U if h 8 it "Now, my boy," ho said after sevWWhtn not to paid S3. BO will b charged. eral interrogatories, "doyou know what will become of you If you tell lies?" K. C. LOCAL TIME CAIW. "Yes, sir," replied the boy promptly. "Good for you," said the pleased at- Trains leave Stanford at 7115 a in. and 3 p. m. torne'. "iSow, tell mo what." arriving at 4:30 p. m. aivl o:s p. m. "I'll bo n great lawyer when I grow L. &'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. up; mother said I would," and the gentleman felt funny about the gills. DeNo. 14, Train going North., u 37 pm . 3 15 a m troit Tree Press. No , to. " South WO. 5, .12 04 pa Tho Happy Litigant. . No. 8, 13 p in Macbeth Simmons is never so hnppy QUEEN & CRESCENT. as when he has got a lawsuit on hand, lie is everlastingly suing somebody or Train pass Junction City at follows No. South a m No a North ...3 3S P m being sued. Not long sinco he met his 11.48 , " 3 ' who said: la 15 am " 4 " ...1.35 p m lnwj-er" " s " l 35 am " 6 ...3. IS a m "I've got bad news. The court of ap- centp. " ...... 840pm "10 ' ...o.oo a m 9 Notb. Nos. J and 6 and 9 and 10 run uo fur- - peal has decided against us. We have thor than Junction City, nor on Sinday. lost tho case." 'Never mind losing that case," re plied Macbeth. "I've got two new ones sinco I saw 3011 last, and my brother-in-la. . -1 1 Life of Nancy Hanks. We are in re ceipt ot a handsomely bound littlo vol- -' utne containing a lifo of the "Queen cf the Turf," Nancy Hanks, together with all her performances. The volume con tains, among other things, n description of the many diseases of live stock togeth-er with their treatment; also the stand-- 1 ard of registration of the American Trotting KpRister and of the National Saddle Horse Breeders' Register, and a complete ' list of Horse Breeders' Associations. It also contains the fastest trotting and pacing records in races, against time and at di tie rent aces. The book is full of valuable suggestions in regard to live stock-Thpublishers, The II. L. Lohmeyer Drug Co., Pittsburg, Pa , will send this interesting volume free to all who apply at once, although the regular price is 50 1 e ebn U. Caultmin. A. O. Lanhae ROYAL Insurance Company OV LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAK MANAOhKS, PEinrsr, Croon Briar Springs DB. W. B. FOR SALE. Persons dctlrirg a place of this kind will find It to thtlr advantage to call on or addreti, MRS. MARY K.SLAUGHTElt, Crab Orchard, Ky. 4 CZ J ff w 3 Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. OfTice on V, THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Trainrantght and day. Palront laken to any part of town Kite of Charge. Ocod Livery Attached, --Cm day. 1 1 Main Street, Opposite the K. M. I'ost-Otn- S. Burch, Attj. at Law. Newl.t.1, .Deputy Ster 111. UniLcrco Building, Louisville Burola & ITswlund, Oo a 1 1 Agent throughout ttie South Fare rt Hotel $1.00 per A. It IIAS1IN, Prop. Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, era! Collecting ldidne, Accounts, collected in all parta et the county. W. A. TBIBBLB, liocal Agent, STANFORD, KY. 1TOTIOE I se WeerTer our servlcis to the public to notes, etc in Ren Farmers Bsnk&Trnst OK Co STANFORD. KY., ready lor hutinett will Having decided to move to my stare-houin Stanlord, Ky.,lhaea desirable stnx-lieut-e in the biulnets portion of Rowland which I will sell or rent at a icatonible price. For Inlormatioa apply to, T. C. HALL. IDoh-o- Tour Oattlo. ROYAL rgHH w Buying1 good-looking- ," to-da- y. It new fully organiied.aud is Texas Sittings. talking nbout another." Beauty. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000 0,000 Fine pictures Mled him with delight. Ho loved tho -- etttni; sun: Dut ho'd rather watch cock sparrows flght Than look at either one Chicago Tlmes-IIerald. Just nn Average Man. ivlBl WHEN HE WAS CONQUERED. POWDER Absolutely Pure." A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, New York. is a beauty obtaittnble at little trouble. It Is the beauty of rosy cheeks and ruddy health. Most women lose it through indigestion, biliousness, disordered liver. etc. If you want to transform n fallow com- Iflexlou into the glow of health you enn do by cleansing the system from impurities and causing the liver to work effectlelv. No single medicine can accomplish all that is needed. A liver nill will merely arouse the liver; it will not purify the blood, or repair the waste, or tone up the system. For this you must follow your liver pill with some powerful, Invigorating toulc. 9 The best, nnd also ex- is the I If I was only wish of many a woman It never occur to most women that there SUCCESSOR tnTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL DANK OK STANFORD, Now i I will (TO to any place whort there are slier I ilu tho work with the motecattU iu Lightnlrc Dehoruer Can dehorn auy cow In three seconds. IhcUnile makes a clan, smooth AT LANCASTER, KY. cut, doit not crush nor Lieak the hern, as the humane way tads. does. It the Store Room So feet deed, plate (lais front, the clipper Does It punish only animal like the saw, not 'he horn latest modern shelving, all new and elegantly and the wound ten well as quick again as that for dry goodt, clothing or drug Here. Cn made by the saw. For (unner Icfeematlon, call rally located on the Public Senate, a.nong the on U. A. rKVTO.V, btanford, Ky. cath ttors of the town. Terms and price right. See the Llshtn'ng Pruning Hook. 101. Addieit It. 11. IlAToON, Lancaster FOB K.E3STT, fur-nlth- lilll1 llilm n lt"J! 'liir 1 WM I' V it 1 You medicines in separate boxes at the cost of one only 25 cents. Your druggist will tell you that this is a sure cure for biliousness and constipation. At all dealers, or mnll, for 23c. O boxes $1 00 BROWN MFO. CO., New York. Tonic L.lvcr Pills and mon's Toulc Pellets. get these two pensive preparation, is the least Ramon'M Ra- clo:u, up) with th taint aitsii and uod.i the tame management. By provitiont of itt chatter, depotitore are at fully prelected at aie depotiioit in Katiooal Naskille, Tenn,, College for Tcung Ladies. Banks, it shareholders bcinf held Individual! Uaolc to the extent ol the amount of thtir stock r to Water, Lfht and Ice Company's Factory therein at the par value thereol, in addition to thi amount invested In such shan't. It may act at eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully Rov.;Geo. W. F. Prico, D. D., Pros., At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds in individual. To thoio who cntrutled their buitinctt to ut Mrs. S. 0. Truehcart, Former- And over and'c a pound for 10 pounds and up while molting the Lincoln National Hank ' to 100. Stanlord, we w here tender our many thanVt aid ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady PrinHills due lit of each menth (mil they will continue to transact their bunnrti ansa-doK. UKEMER, with ut, offering at a guarantee for prompt cipal. to tame, our twenty years espenonce it banking andas liberal accommodation! at are cos ititMil with tound banking. ICE I n POSTED. The following farmer! have potted their lands d hunter, and Mi if 15, m Jf, For sale by W. B. McRoberts. J J Williams, Ml. Vernon, H. Shtnlti, Stanford; J. S. Owtley, Stanford; S J. Einbry, Stanford; J. B Owtley, Stanford; J. F. Cath, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevillt, W. II. Curnuiint, Preacher! i He H. Shankt, President, Dr. J B. OwtJey, Cashier, W.M Ilrght, Teller. ntnxcTons: Three UullJingt; room for soo batflri FsculW I l'strotuje of 49 Ollictri. Teachers and Lecturers Irom entile fxiuth. rrivilrget In Vandetbill My Millinery Slo-is fill n I onpttte. Call Muic Conservatory ArtMudio. Fine I'sisensrr Eletalots. Term begins and ciamine and you will(b sute to buy uw a Sepl.s, 1895. fcend fer Catalogue. Spring Hat MISS LICC1K nRAZLEV, Sunford, Ky Uni-yeiiiRym-nsiiun-jr- TO THE LADIES w. s. btjkch:, Attorney nt Lnw, t.a-iejtt- Stanford, Kentucky. TBCE LADIES : '"PP'UUNBUlI""" Stietl, oppotite the Court OIBcten Houie. Collections receive cipccltl attention M CORDIALLY INVITED A. S. PRICE, Surgeon 2 Dentist, Stanford, Ky, .it VOU Office oyer McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. g7 Lieut. Freshly What was the most serious engagement 3011 were over in? Col. Oldun To tell you the truth, it was the engagement with my wife. its Ko WEAKEN, -- Dealer Attorney at Law, Stanlord, - - Kentucky. Wlllac as Wall&os E. Varnoa, Executor, Admiuimaior and Assign Special attention To call tnd enmine tay ."prlog Millinery, which I aui opening up. I pride myitlf that it It well. elected ami that It 11 bovnd to pie air. Hating bought ler cash and bring determined to tell for cath, I cauiesi at the leweti pestlMe prices. An elimination will convince yeu. 6 MISS A. A. McKINNEV. M, MC. In- - Truth. si a Mia J. T J Tho ARE GOINC. .THE. NORTH or WEST, 'Say, fellers," said Jake to the rest of the vigilantes, "that tenderfoot who stole the hoss claims to be an llad-eye- d l'rop.r Thing. artist." as ho shifted his wad of tobacco from his left cheek to his right, "it would only be doin' the proper thing to appoint a hangin committee to attend to his case." Judge. R. R. "In that case," replied Arizona Fete Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STAITFOHD, W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. ISTST. alci, at Attorney and slants' Landi. ry't Office on Lancaster office. glen St tn Settlements of and Divlilon V 90 of - JOITES BEOS., proprietors Dean's lllack Dlaaoad Roo Taint Kttlmaict f.tnltned for Minting Wood, Metal and lion Rooft, Sailtfaction GuaranleU. All tool, painted with Dean's lllack Diamond 1'aint guaianteed for years Dealers io I it Pumpi and OalvanueU Iron r'iltsrs. olra ci-e- ovcrSupt. r. McCla- J. : T. : STJTTOIT, hustonyille,:kentucky. Offers his services o the people ol West Lin Full stock of Collin coln and Cater Cuuntlet and Catkrti always on hand. D. S. Carpenter, Manager. 05 undertaker, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole ra 1 Louisville a. Nashvilic drink?" Is th hae for you, as its Tho Visitor from Kentucky. "Come on, old fellow, do you want a Double Dally Trains Make connection at cloie LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. hAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Tor any information enquire of JOES. UK K. Agent. Stanford, Ky "Do I? Say; sec here. All my life I've been hearing nbout how sharp and businesslike you New Yorkers are, and how you never waste words, and stuff like that. But I'm dinged if you fellers don't ask more unnecessary questions than'd run a wind mill." N Y. Recorder. Ills Trouble. Rising Young Author (angrily) Confound these nutograjih fiends! They make me sick. Ills Wife Hut, Harry, you haven't had a request for your autograph for a month. Rising Young Author (still more anPuck. St. Asaph Carriage Co., All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing style. done in first-clas- s Wire and Picket Fence, Made of Seasoned Oak Pickets, Manufactured and for tale by G. B. COOPER, bu-inett .. Proprietor! of....... STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Livery nnd Feed Stable, & GREER, Proprietors. MERSHON STANFORD, KY. Having bought of P W Green his Llverr slid added new buggies and horses, we aie prepared to furnish I FIRST-CLAS- A. C. SINE, Dealer In S . Portland. -- San Francisco. ,.To the., V TURNOUTS Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. WOBTHWESTJ .Via The. BITeuitVIUt.HtwAtBalTtCHICAtORuS Only Dining Car Route From about! grily) That's just what I'm kicking IIUniuniRlnff to is MR. EL. S. KINLEY. N EXPERIENCED " MISTER. x.oms"snxr.E - TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers tf Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address FRANK J. REID, E. H. BACON, iC. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, Chicago. Loulivllle, ' Prenrher. "Do you find your religious work to your liking?" a Montana minister was asked. "Well," returned the divine, slowly, "I can't say that I do. For Instance, last Sunday a newly converted member of the church who sits near the door said he'd All me full of holes if I didn't speak louder." Harlem Life. lln mid She. Iorjg thojr lingered by tho gateway, In tho pardon ho and she. lie vi as tall and straight and stately, She was lorolv a could be. Pale his fuco almost to wanness. As he kissed and kissed her still, And tho oneness of their goneness Was a sight to make men UL Chicago Times-Herald. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. The trarrlieg public will fljd ut always ready and willing to lurnith Drum Wagom, either tingle or double, or Carri-aife- t mert' of alUindi at very LOW 1'KICES. The boytin and around town will alto find ut the pcu pie todcsl with. Stop with ut when in town at courtt and entertainments and your horte and vit hide will be well cared fer. Prices lower than the sams iuallty of msterla! 0. 11. COOl'KR can be bought ateltewhcre. Sy Myers Houie Stable, Stanford, Ky. Ollice and YarJ. Depot Street, "stanlord, Ky. SrUING AND SUMMKK. On short notice. Lumdcr, Lath and Shingles, Sash, Doors and Winds, Metal Roofing, Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Finishing Lumber, etc. I Sell for Cash 185 Something to Beautifyltho Ladies. New lint, flowers and lacetl Daily openining We the atturance to the trade that they wil And In our ettabllthmcnt the same eiclutivcnen In style of paitcros, hats and bonnets and all the leallng novelties in Millinery for which e aie known throughout the country. it I have secured a trimmer for the Thanking you lor past favors, we respect fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally M D IHMUJhK AR- bestowed. KATt DUDDKKAK. Manager. Only. glt Tho Myers House,. P. V,. Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthyjof consideration. GREEN. Proprietor. : firtt-cla- tea-so- Stanford. -- : : n Kontucky. I ant still runnlnu this HoikI J will continue to give my guetli the politist atten iiaiwcll at the best the market atlurdt. Denver. He "MONOV Route. to call for SURE i I St. Paul. They have Proven a Success. j- TO THE CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The Newj Special Attontion' to the Traveling Public. NORFOLK AND Not Available. THE Mill, RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. ds-tir-td. WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO Great Statesman How would you like to be appointed minister plenipo-tentiarand cn.'oy extraordinary to some foreign country? Henchman No use. It wouldn't look dignified fer me tcr bo scramblln' 'round a fureign country after boodle. I'd ruther stay here. N. Y. Weekly. Spssto Test. "And you like the new minister?" said Ueraldine's aunt "Yes, Indeed. All tho girls like him. We took care that we should." ."How?" "We secured his photograph before wo would allow our fathers to call him to tho parish." Truth. Susceptible to l'rtMs. Musicus Why is it that singers who of all people ought to take care of their voices are forever complaining of a cold? Crltlcus I suppose it's becauso they get so many chilling receptions. Town Topics. A A Mystery Cleared Up. They are beautiful andjan ornament to a parlor. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., superior workmanthip F. B. RILEY, Proprlotor, London. Note Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. Is now n full operation, and invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, and low pricet. I have moved to my new Hotel and am better Srepared than ever to accommodate the public attached, and .very convenience Give me a call. T7 FRANK KIL.KY, SOME OF OUR PRICES: Perfectly clear poplar or yellow pine flooring at fipei hundred. At low as $1 50 per hundred. Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at ti.eo per hundred. As low as Ji jo per hundred All pattcrni and thlcknntet of Ceiling In yellow poplar, chettnut and ath, at low as Ji as per undred, I'ouble dressed lumber at low as Si per hundred, lleautitul vellow pine rlnlthltijf lumbir. quarter oak, 4c. Save money by giving us you. orders. THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lancaster. 73-6- ir TICKETS ALL POINTS: HIGGINS & McKINNEY, THE D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, Ky., Has more nice Kurniture than was ever In More prtty Iluggfet, Surreys and Phaetons. Moie aood Cultlvaiurs. Wagons, Plows "arness, jinuies, wnips and more Tn V iwiBo man was cv.r seen nere. lie in- Tites ths public to call and see hla stock and get prices. ilut-tonvll- le. OHIO, INDIANA, ILLIH0I5, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, Queen &Crescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chatta-noogAttalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs ard Asheville; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe j and Slireveporc. xurougn lourisi oieepers 10 i,us aiikcivs uuu San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, Jjrftfji via New Orleans or via bureveport. Clinrt T.Jn fmm flip THui? firn"s Pitirs in Cincinnati i.tj;Free Parlor Ljh?iu. ildHkfi? with everv accommodation to natrons. Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa' 5-ja tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and sSEi Chattanooga. O. Rlnearaon, W. Chaa.W.Zell, a, ''"' 1 M. S. THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW FROM OLD Uai'gioun. J. W. Hauciiman TEXAS, - M TO NORTH-WES- T, MH-r- a Crab Orchard Springs. Since their discovery more than a century ago, these famous Springs na e given realtli and pleas ure to s mighty army ol Invalids and Tourists from all parts ot the world. The Springs are M.S.&J.W.Baughman, rROfRIZTOHJ I FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE I.IVERY, FEED & SAtE STABILE, - I I wlnea "How Is it EAST. cost so muchthat your boss' sweetones?' NORTH more than the sour asked a gentleman of tho liquor dealmUMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, er's boy. SLEEPING AND DININO CARE "Do you suppose tho boss gets his SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE sugar for nothing?" was tho incautious MRFOLKWESTERN RAILROAI reply. Texas Sittings. BESTROuiTTO THE AND IL - Stanford, loVMU'lnoT" Kontucky. but M Now Open lor Reception of Guests. Bowling, Billiards, Dancing. Driving, FuMdb, Outdoor Games, Good Muilc, New Livery, An Excellent Cuitine, And all that goes to make your visit enjoyable. Boating, II you need livery give us a call. Nothing W"UeV8 Ur ,UbU' fc vJp;i.r- -- -r -- ": (aj? HARNESS SHOP, of Harness Bridles, Saddles. Ac Have repairing don bV our man, he undtrsuudiW business. We mvsi mechanic in our Vou will find a good assortment TERMS MODERATE. Board and Rooms, S3 to J15 per week. Special Rales to Families and Societies. l"o r fuither information upply to OUd HOFMANN, Prop., Crab Orchard, Ky t CHEAPEST, BEST Writo for Rates, AND QUICKEST LINE. sunplileu, to any Slatiou Agent, or w oo. u. r. uw num TnTtlUf tut. Xg isf.a. bcvilu Dlf. B0U0H.TS. OiJKHI. TA. Mar. Time-Tabl- e. Descrlptll ba'ir(rSk rarl(t. Kconomlrni. I must command Jeanette and John, Their thrift could never be outdone, Though twenty chairs were It the room Night after night they used but one. Do J ton Budget vBqKjt'l BLACKSMITH SHOP. picea. Try our hcr. ahoer. Will guarantee flrst-claat t - Die. ratt'r Agt., Cincinnati. O O.V.A., Cincinnati, 0. work andj satisfactory J'-'- "