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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895080201 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. Ml "'HW""" llpwu,t0tHtW llWW PWHIF'J"' llJ(lill Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XXI1I. KIDD'S STORE. fur-on- Interior Journa STANFORD. KY.. FRLDAY. AUGUST 2. 1895. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. r, mdl NO.45 " Many Garrard people are attending assisted by Miss Mary Thomson, Several lots have been ofldred for tho Satn Rutherford's melon patch tho Danville fair. now Presbyterian church. Miss Mary Luek, began the public school ulahea Bn anomaly In a vino on Tho Presbyterian church roof Ib beRev. Mr. Walton, of Livingston, will hero Monday. Thero wero 35 in attendbranch of which are Bet five thrifty waing ornamented by a now coat of paint. bo principal ol tho Institute here. ance. termelons triplets nt one polut. Wallace Hall, who cut himself last Mr. li. II. OarutherB, of Louisville, Monnett, Willie and The musicalo nud ice cream supper -- Mrs. V. 0. week with the blade of a cradle, was institute last Thursday evening proved to bo both Mildred have none to Ohio on an Indefi- will conduct the teachers' more eeriously hurt than was at first a pleasant and profitabio occasion. nite etay. Ed Tow ell left Saturday to which begins noxt Monday. supposed and has not yet been able to Miss Mnllnda Romans commonced George McCoy, the lightning paint-psupervise Improvements to hU Cumber go around. teaching at Moran's Summit in Madison is engaged on tho new building of land county farm. Rev. Archie Griggs preached at crowd from this city Btid last week. She in a sister of Mra. Jon Neil Parrott, giving it tho finishing A goodly church last Sunday night surroundings attended thecircuaat High Petty and V. R. R itmns, of thid place. touches with his magic brush. Rev. Mr. Vaughau, presiding elder of Letcher Owsley leaves this week to Bridge last Sunday, but nil took In only Ileal estate men are on the qui vivo tho Methodist church, will preach at the Bide shows aa not one saw or heard attend the camp meeting in progress nt in this growing town. Thero ae so maI have been Wilmore. Mr. Owsley, who is the bright, ny attractions for persons seeking cheap the stnr performer, so far bs One of our young men Is bo absent able to Interview. Our quota will prob- versatile correspondent for n number of and pleasant homes thnt wo expect a minded thnt when spoken to on the ably prove faithful as loug as the ebons dully paper, has been naked to coutri larire increase fu tho population during street by anyono ho responds by calling butu some of his articles in referenco to tho coming year. are advertised. party addressing him by tho nntne of II. G. Dompf, who did his first rail- the Billy Weatherford has Immediately tho meeting while ho is in attendance. his prospective father-in-laMessrs. Cabbell Douny and Samuel road agoncy work at Pine Hill and later taken front rank m u turnpike president. Billy Huflman drove a valuable Ills Inspection car is as promptly run Duncan left Wednesday night to enjoy ntPiUB Christian, Miss., and Evansville, belonging to his mother to Hubover his road after heavy ehowers and a recreation trip in tho ll?cky Moun- Ind., has been appointed to tho freight ble last Sunday and on arriving there brisk k1;8 86 after cyclones and cata- tains. The young men have been par- agency at 0th and Broadway, Louisville. McCeou as promptly takers in the same sport for two or three A. V. Hite, who was agent at Paint Lick the horso was taken suddenly sick and clysms and very dispatched with his construction train to years pnBt that of hunting deer, bear, and later at Mt. Vernon, Ills., has the died. Billy says ho drove him slowly and thinks that colic did the rarely considered Impair- elks, buffaloes and other wild animals, ngency at Frankfort. repulr what Is work. Tho house and lot qf Miss Ella Watcondition of other "Tony" Brooks, tho "post king" o ment of first-daSam Brown, infant son of Mr. and roads. In pretentions cities Billy's road son was quite recently sold for 11,200. Pino Hill, was hero yesterday. Mr.J.W. Mrs. Dave Nowburn, died Inst Tuesday Tho County Superintendent, J. Hunt Nesbitt is on the O. S. this week ship afternoon at 4 o'clock. Ho had been ill would be a favorite boulevard. Casey dofla her hat to Misses Jennie McMurtry, bought tho house and a por- ping staveo. Charles Stewart and fami- for some time past w ith cholera infantum and Anna Held. Jessie and Kate Cook, tion of the lot for fOOO and Dr. James B. ly, who have been visiting relatives here, This is tho first death in Mr. Newburn's Julia Stagg and Mrs. Dvo Skinner, of Kinnnird and W. K. Romans the remain have returned to Toledo, O. Mrs. W. T. family and the parents havo tho sympaIlustonville, in their appreciation of her der of tho lot anj tho carriage shop for Linton, of Louisville, has been visiting thy of the entire community in their afcomfort iOOO relatives at Middlenboro and this place. fliction. boh In tho beautiful Die 1, at her homo iu this place on Supt. Andrew Baker secured tho serthey made of the bunting used at the Allen it Lyon purchpsed of W. E, grand picnic of the 4th and presented Thureday morning, after n short illness vices of Prof. Uoark, of Lexington, to Lucas, Middleburg, seven cattle weighour Jim as a souvenir of the anniversar- of typhoid fever, Mrs. Wm. Ward, conduct the Institute, which he is doing ing 1,010 ll3. each, at 53 GO. They also who had won the admiration nud esteem this week m n most nblo manner. The bought tbreo from Wm. North, Sr., ies. The St. John's feature of the occus-Iostar which sug- of nil, by her quiet unassuming manners interest of tho largo number of teachers weighing 1,000 Djj , at 3Jc. In addition is found in a central gests thn Masonic decree tho ladies have and gentle Christian character. Scarely in attendance is unabated. Many join to tho cattle above mentioned they got 12 received. That tribute from such a a year ago Mr. Ward and family moved in tho discussion of topics pertaining to hogs from Lucas at ijc, and eight hogs source condones all Hustonvllle's tardy Into their pretty miw homo on Lexing- their vocation Tho music is an attract- from A. P. Hunn, at 4Jc. award of praise bo richly won and our ton street and now that home with its ive featuro ol the oxerclsae. as many of afterNoxt Saturday, many attractions is deprived of n wife's tho teachers nro excellent singers. Mrc noon at Masonic Hall hat is oil even to the I J.'s scribe. the Eastern Star Tho ruluB of lant week were most and mother's presence. Mrs. Ward wbb Georgia Bice mid Miss Lucille Joplin Degree will bo conferred by Rev. W. W. opportuno as a stimulus to what prom- MiM L'zzie Soper, of Paint Lick, and preside nt tho organ. Bruce on a number of ladies. All those Eighteen years ago yesterday tho who took this degree, recently are reises the finest corn crop of many yers, died as she had lived, a meek and hum present railroad agent wn installed nt quested to meet there at that time and but Injurious to the grent amount of hay ble Christinn woman, Tho funeral church this place. Since then every agent on the be further instructed into its mysteries. In swath and Bhock. vices nro held nt tho which was caught A neighboring young l"lcMe,or 'ee'8 tnRt this morning and tho burial will bo nt L. A N., with but fow exceptions, have F. M. Yowell baa Bwarded tho con hi, U ilauitttred nearly SlKH). The wheat Paint Lick. Much nymputhy is felt and clinmred places. Tho K. O. wna extend- tract for painting his store-rooto Henwas all safely stacked, but mny oats extended tho Borrowing husband, two ed from Paris to Livingston, the K. D. ry Nail. A Mr. Wheeler, of MayBllck, division to Jellico. the 0. V. to Norton, Mason county, expects to move here and fields ore yet In nhock. One of our phil- little daughters and other relatives. Miss Mollio Williams, of London, is aud many other changes have been made Berenely submits to the osophic farmers occupy this store-rooin tho early fall. Vicissitudes of weather with n conviction tho guest of Miss Christino Bradley. duriug the above period. Many promo His lino is dry goods and he ib a merthat immediately dintruotive visitations Mrs. A. E. Pascou left Tuesday to visit tions have been oflered, but our agent chant of extended experience. We will are ultimately richly compensatory in her grandfather, Elder Oscar Bush. J considers this the healthiest locality In be glad to welcome him to our town. lines that may not be uppareut at the W.Miller was iu Harrodsburg Monday tho world nnd remains hero. Tho colored convention met with us Tho revival continues atlthe church last Wednesday, remained in session time. The rains which damage the ma- on business. Mrs. Goodloe Lackey and tured but ungarnered crops will add Mies Katharine Craig left hero Monday here, conducted by tho Presbyterian over Sunday, and departed Monday. On manifold to those still growing, and the on a visit to relatives in Paris. Mr. Sam ministers, and a suiiiclent number of Sunday Roy. Brown, colored, of Louisaltruist finds himself fortunate In what Evans and wife, of Orlando, Fin., aro membera wero assembled last Sunday to ville, preached at the Christian church to the guests of Mr. George Evans nod organize here. Tho church will begin a large crowd of white aud colored peotho pessimist deplores. Blessings in very gloomy wife. Mies Kittle Mason is visiting her with about twenty members, and as the ple. It was a quiet, orderly crowd all are often showered aunt, Mrs. Hannah Scott, in Jessamine. ministers seem so deeply in earnest, we through the sessions of the meeting and disguise. The teachers' institute at Liberty last Mrs. John E. Stormes and Miss Myrtie Jo not doubt that the body will increase the ministers were an intelligent looking week drow like a circus from this end, Wilds left Thurday for a visit to friends rapidly in numbers. This will help to Bet of men. and tho unanimous enjoyment and profit iu Xicholtsvillo. Mrs. Theodore Currey fill a long felt want in our town, for sufMifs Jessie Cook is visiting her of the occasion, but accord with the fact and daughter are guests of Mrs. F. D. ficient interest has not been taken in re- brother, J. B. Cook, at Lawrenceburg. that the state of Casey can always lo Ga!ncP of Danville. Miss Van Green ligious matters. Miss Amdia Smith, of Danville, arrived ranked fully abreast tho procession when leaf, of Richmond, is visiting her cousin, On a recent trip to London we found Wednesday on a visit to Miss Rosa Yowshe oilers entertainment to the enter- Miss Louiso Kaullmau. Miss Lucy Ford, tho ever popular Frank Rileyiat tho old ell. Felix B. Twldwall, who ha9 been prising and Intellectual. Casey has a o Lexington, arrived Monday and is be- stand, greeting his many friends and seriously ill in his room over his store, gem in a piradox Seargent East Tar- ing entertained by her cousin, Miss Julia guests as of yore. Prof. Chiesman is still was removed from there and taken to rant tho oldest school teacher now llv Held. Mrs. Margaret Dunn and grand- running the brass band and working for tho home of his grandmother last week, lag, and ono of 1'onco do Leon's men daughter, Miss Margaret Mason, are ex- the Star Route men. At the depot we lie is reported as improving now. J. R from a protract- found Mr. Faris holding things down Adams, of Birmingham, brother of our who certainly found the spring, aa he pected home Mirrnntlv Haas for a grandson of ed vitit to relatives in Henderson. Miss while Mr. Hay ward, tho agent, is on the J. B. Adams, is here on a visit to his many of his surviving pioneer pupils. Alice Hudson has returned from Cnb sick list, uouanujonn Jackson gave brother. His little daughter, Evelyn, The patriarch entertained tho Institute Orchard Springs. Mrs. Mattio Busby us the old time hand shako. Colie Ogg, came with him. Mr. Adams, who is a with a thrilling remlniecential recital of and daughters nro visiting friends in Ir tho photographer, is doing good work fn banker, speaks enthusiastically of the Casey'a primitive history. Hewed log vine. Miss Mary Miller is the guest of his line thero. We met a number of great prospects for commercial prosperis were her sister, Mrs. R. E. Hughes, at .ujiimta n vcU bh other old friends and acquaintances, ty ahead of Birmingham and Alabama. George II. Bruce was visi- among them tho next State treasurer, Never, ho says, was industrial activity po vhen ho first attached himselj the order to tho coodlv land, and but one house ting Mr. and Mrs. E P. Brown this week. Mr. R. 0. Ford. manifest in tho South and predicts a In iib country had received a coat of Hugh Mason, of Chicago, is with his Mis9 Nannie Elrod, of Somersot, is largo intlux of meu and capital into the nAlnt. nirchwasaa epseutial as rookB mother, Mrs. Euzibeth Mason, for a tho guest of frionds here. Misses Carrie Southern States in the near future for Lnir, Bertn Martin, Sallio Cook nnd Mrs the purpose of developing our valuable in tho successful conduct of a country Vlfiit. Georgia Rice were) the guests of Mrs. J. mineral and coal deposits, &c. Reuben Bchool, and tho enervating wdentary life To The People of Lincoln County. of a modern moral suasion teacher was W. Neshitt this week. Mrs. Fishback, Givens is at home after a visit of a few of tho Ab it is well known to tho majority of of Livingston, and Miss Ellen Butner unknown. Proper application weeks to his sister, Mrs. John Taylor, of birch eliminated tho sedentary feature of the people of this Stato thnt tho 29th gave some Interesting talks nt the teach Bradfordsville. Rex Reid and George school teaching life and tho muscular ex National Encampment of tho G. A. It., ers' institute. Misses Sallie Purcell and Weatherford dropped down on Sunday ertlon assured good digestion and re- will bo hold in Louisville from Sept. llth Iva Painter are the guests of Mrs. Judga from Somerset and after spending the freshing sleep. It had not occurred be- to 1 Uh, being tho first ono over held Carter. Miss Ella May Saunders, of Liv day with friends returned in the evenfore, but cortnlnly the robust physique South of tho Mason and Dixon lino, and ingston, is visiting Miss Nancy Kennedy. ing. June Hocker, accompanied by bis and unimpaired appetites of the old as "Old Kentucky's" reputation for bos Mr. Steele, of Williamsburg, who repre- little Bister, Helen, made a flying trip to timers aro largely roferablo to tho lively pitality is at stake, it dovolves upon the sents the Southern School, is here this Crab Orchard Sunday to Bee Mr. and indoor aa well as play ground exercise of shoulders of tho entire State to lend week. Mr. Tom Branaman, of Wildie, Mrs. Wes. Hocker, who aro staying their assistance in entertaining the vast was in town Wednesday. Mr. Jasper there. the teacher. June reports the cashier as rapI) crowd of visitors (estimated to bo be- Brown and four of his sons havo regis idly improving in health, which is good John H.Tucker, brother of Dr. tween 300,000 and 100,000.) tered as teachers. news to us all, as a cleverer, more accomC. Tucker, died Tuesday, aged 8G. It is tho intention of the committed to exclusive modating bank official never took care of B. G. Fox secured tho old Boldiers with an old OF A LOCAL NATURE. to tho dopot at entertain these tho people's money than J. W. Hocker, right to run omnibuses fashioned Kentucky bnrbecuo, and wo Cincinnati capitalists aro arranging and we hopo ho may come back perman$515 50 a year. respectfully ask the people of Lincoln ently improved. Mrs. O. O. Vanarsdall, to build a large hotel at High Bridge. Dunn sold to J. 0. Johnson 72 county, whoBo reputation Ike for liberality The Grissom Hotel at Columbia, to- Mrs. James Frye, Misses Dollie Cabbell, hogs at 41 cents. Mr. Johnson shipped cannot bo questioned, to contribute a them to Cincinnati and reported a loss of small mite to this grand undertaking, gether with its contents, was destroyed Ellen Powers and Sudie Ellis and Geo. Ellis took in the Sunday excursion to by fire. Insured for 13,000. $30 on tho lot. He also bought 171 old either of beeves, mutton or shotee. The Dr. Wm. Ruby, tho magnetic healer High Bridge camp meeting. Roy Rose Johnson at 1 c. sheep from J. 0. barbecue committee estimates that thoy who has been doing a land oflice busi- is at home afte' a sojourn nt Russell Dr. M. D. Logan was recently com will feod 100,000 people. ness among tho verdant Boyle county Springs in search of health. Ho Is greatmissioned a colonel on Gen, John B. A special date will be designated when Gordon's stall", United States Confeder- to send theso contributions, as each rail- people, has a hard row ahead of him. In ly improved. ate Veterans, Department East of the road is to start a special train over their addition to the case iu which be was finMrs. Alex Campbell, of Charlotte-town- , Mississippi. This le quite a coveted hon-or- , respective lines to collect tho contribu- ed $50 for practicing mediciuo without li O., whose husband is SI years old, and all tho more complimentary iu tions. All we ask the people of this cense, it is said that 00 other warrants has just given birth to five daughters. will bo issued ogaiust him. this case because of tho complete If there is any truth in the old adage county, is thoir earnest support in this with which It took tho worthy re- matter. "Rain first day of dog days, rain every Ducklln'a Arnica Salve for cipient. Advocate. The best talve Citizens' Committee G. A. IX., Louis- sores, ulcers, talt in the world sores,cuts, brufiei day for 40 days," there will be rain and tetter, chap- rheum, fever chilblains, corns and all tkln eruptions, to spare in this State for some time. ville. hands, Tho Big Four Route will give t positively curet piles, or no pay reputred. It it o Spoolmon Onsoa. for tho round to Bos. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or mouey Exchange. a rate of S. It. Clifford, New Caisel, Wu., was troubled refunded. Price 15 cents per box. For tale by good to return Sept. 10, ton August A.K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. with Neuralgia nud Rheumatism; hit itomach Dr. Be.vdeh comes to us highly recomalarmas disordered, hit wat on account Knight Templar's Conclavo. Ine degree, appetite liver awayaffected to anterriPlrmended as a painless extractor and aud lie wat tell A Household Troaauro. For full particulars call on agent of Big rcuuceuin iietn auu sircncm. Three bottlet oi D. V. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N, Y tay that a thorough workman in all branches of him, address E. 0. McCormack, pass, Hlcctric Ilitten curedHarritburg. Illin Four or he always keeyt Dr. King'i New Discovery In the the dental profession. He not only ex Edward Shepherd, family would not be without It, if traillo agent, and D. B. Martin, G. P. A., running tore on hit lee of eight yeart' Hand- house and hisG. A. Dykeman Druggist, Cattkill, tracts toeth without pain, but crowns ing. Used three bottlet of Klectric Hitters an procurable. Cincinnati. seven boxes of Ilucklen't Arnica Salve and hd N. Y tayt that Dr. King' New Discovery it and fills without pain, aud makes the t undoubtedly the beat Cougn remedy; that he lias lejr it sound and well' John Speaker, Catawbn A girl in Atchluson was badly hurt O., had five large fever torct on hit leg;; doctors uaed it in hit lamily for eight yoajj. and It hat proposition that where you are not sat ynna non hv a lucky horseshoe, that taid he wat incurable. One bottle oi Electric ceve. failed to do all that la claimed for It. Why ., ric Uittert and one box Ilucklen't Arnica Salve not try a rtn.edy so lont triedDrug tested. Tria isfied, be makes no charges. At Myers ..,.. A...- - bottle Iree at A. K, Penny's and Store Regu fell down from above a door upon her ......I him .n. ;..i.. u.1.4 k. a u House, Aug. 5. lar sire oc.and Ji.co. Slit. head. Mc-Kinn- Educate Your Daughters. Full course in Literary Department. Five Months with Board, &c, for SS5, S90, S95, according to grade. J. M. HUBBARD, President, Gallatin, Tennessee. Howard Female College, W. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hocker. CRAIG STAFFORD, & - DBUGG-ISTS- , - HOCKER, - KEJXrTircXSTo lt ta We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Druggists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your prescriptions rilled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line S?L. H. Bellebaum, Parmaaist. Craig & Hocker. of Spectacles. Teeth Extracted WitaE . Pain. vv d &&s&&m&&:Ksxi&x&:&. n Teeth Crowned Teeth Filled Without Pain. Without Pain. W. iftXr .3Hli m 4 r e a to cer-talu- ly DR. E. P. BENDER, Famous Surgeon of National Reputation. Formerly President ot the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit STANFORD 41 $$$ &$ 8MS& &a?" Remaining one week until Saturday, August 10th. "a school-bouse- Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the profession. He is prepared to EXTRACT, CROWN AND TEETH WITHOUT PAIN. And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, vho is the easiest, so quickest and best painless extractor in the United States acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes pain in any operation he makes no charge. to-da- y Fill Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain Between the Hours of8:80 and 9:30 Each Day. Teeth $5. Teeth $8. Teeth $10. Tooth Extractod Free of Charge When Plates are ordered. Fillings with all kinds of material without pain at reasonable cost. Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., are the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To bo cured of these aches and pains one must commence at their origin, which is tho teeth aud gums, which nr only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Thoso who nro in a delicate and nervous condition can come and have teetli extracted and filled and feel as calm as if they had had no work performed. Dr. Bender guarantees all work and docs as ho advertises. Come early and nyoid the rush, as his rooms aro always crowded. Office hours 9 A. m to 5 r. m. Free hour 8:30 to 9:30 each day CONSULTATION FREE. aur-prl- so DR. E. P. BENDER. THK BLUE-GKAS- S one-far- 25-3- 1, HERD OF Duroc Jersey Red Swine If. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. PIsi lorial Stock. Breeders secured (rom taa best herd fa nom the bast tjpei werl different Sutes. Correspondence of Rsgistcre Solicited iJjitV :m V 1 I The katydid having made ita first FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. -- THEappearance July 13, tho prophets are Wanted stock to pasture. Plenty of looking for the first frost in exactly grass and water, W.W.White. three months from tbat date, which is M, F. Elkin bought of Ed Carter a Stanford, Ky., - August 2, 1985 October 13. small bunch of butcher stuff at 2) to 2)c. The money haB been subscribed for George Baker bought in Boyle a tho proposed balloon trip of the Swedish bunch of young hoifers and steers at 3c. W. P. WALTON. Engineer Andree to the North Pole. -- O. W. Galtsklll sold his farm of GOO The balloon will bo made In Paris at a acres in Shelby county to a Scotland cost of f S.000. paIn May, 1S37, a few for $24,000. At Hattiesburg, Tonn., Tom John- man triotic and devoted women at Louiaville Carroll Reld, of HuBtonvlIlp, but colored, was takeu from tho officers son, conceived the idea of erecting a monunow at Latonia with a string of horses, by a mob of 200 peoplo and lynched. ment to tbo Confederate dead, which by Fabulous, Ho had committed an assault upon a lost bv death a fino mare would tell in muto expression of the ho Prices that talk, A few Unmatchiblc Bargains for this week. Be out of Gladdis. white woman. roism of the gallant men who foufjht.bled says tbat he in time for choice. Not an item quoted on which you can not A Clark county farmer As a result of Investigation by Alaand died for the cause they loved and bos 28 apple trees that will averogo 20 g death rate at bama authorities the believed to be just. It waa no small u n convict prison has been found to be bushels of apples to tho tree. Tho crop -dertaking, but they went resolutely to V 90 to every 1,000, and tho provaillng is an enormous one in tbat section. work, elected Mrs. S. Preston Hepburn, & Georgia beat her record with tho cause consumption. XL MMPJ woman of great executive ability, presi There is a real gold brick In the gov- peach crop this season, and thero is evdent, and began at onco to interest the ernment assay oflico at Helena, Montana. ery indication that tho pear crop, too wives and relatives of Confederate It is 11J inches long by 5J wide and 3 will be by far tho largest ever raised. Purchase now while the opportunity is afforded. all over the State. From a little Great Bargain. GO acre farm near deen and weighs nearly 120 pounds. It band of 17 the association grew to 250, atnntoru (or sale, improved and in n is valued at S2S.740. and by systematic, earnest labor they nt in a flood nign state ot cultivation, uau and see Two boys wore drowned last saw the fruition of their desire in tho of water sweeping through one of the or address mo at Stanford. M. Speed completion of a monument that will principal streets of Fort Scott, Kansas, Peyton. stand almost as much a testimonial to Tobacco is grown in 42 states and where more than four inches of rain had their courage and indefatigable efforts os territories, but nearly half the crop Three papers of pins 5c; 1 dozen whalebones 5c; ladies' ribbed vests fallen in seven hours. a memorial to tnoae who fell in battle agreement During the time that the Short Lino comes from Kentucky, Virginia, Ohio, 5c, worth 10c; misses' and children's hose 5c; ladies' hose 5c; lace for the South. The handsome abaft was The wonderful revolution in type Becurtains, 3 yards long, 50c; was blocked by its burning tunnol, trains North Carolina, Tennessee, Pennsylva unveiled Tuesday by Mrs. W. N. Halde-ma- n tting is shown in the fact that a man at on the L.& N. had to run via Lexington nia and Connecticut. in the presence of more than 10,000 Denver with a Morgantbaler machine and Since the new tariff went into effect the K. 0., and for several days 74 people, after the Confederate Associa- set 65.500 ems in eight hours or just ten the Increase in our importations of wool trains passed Paris dally. tion, headed by Gen. Buckner and Sen times more than the average compositor -Three of tho 97 negro colonists who amounts to 2S2 per cent. Under the ator Lindsay, bad marched to the scene. seta in that time. With paper lower than for Liberia last March McKinley law many wool mills were left Savannah Charles D. Jacob delivered it ever was and composition reduced at havn returned. They say they were idle; uuuer the present law wool mills the introductory address, which was a such a ratio, it is little wonder that the duped and that many who went with are busy from one end of the country to 36 inch fringed towel 25c pair; mens' gauze shirts 15c, worth 25c; gem of beauty and brevity, and he was great dailies are reducing their prices so the other. white bed spreads 75c, worth 1.25; Cfoot window shade, patent rollers them died of fever or starvation. followed by Geu. Basil W. Duke, whose materially. Pittsburg, Pa., takes the The repeated rains of last week did Holland, Is probaMile. Paulina, of tribute to the valor of the noble men cake in the matter of low priced news- bly the tiniest woman on the planet. more or less damage to the wheat in 20 and 25c. Mens' woolen suits 4.95, worth 7.50; boys knee pants We have placed all of our summer goods on whose memory was sought to be perpet- papers. There are nine dailies publish- She is 18 years old, weighs less than shock. Some of it has sprouted. Mr. suits 75c and up. uated, and to the true women who bad ed there, all large, and the entire lay-onine puunds and lacks four inches of Blue Hall so'd to Yanderbi't's atent a accomplished so much, was a grand and can be had for nine cents. double deck of yearling ewes at $4 per rule. being as high as a two-fo-ot eloquent effort that further stamped him of Kewanee, 111., head. They will go to his stock farm at H. Clay Merritt, The Manchester Star is a as an orator and patriot. All honor to has been fined $23,000 for Illegally deal- Asheville N. 0. Georgetown Times. the glorious women who have again that is to say it comes out one week and ing In game and other nfjensbs, involvMr. John Bright (Ueil) says if you shown their loyalty and love for their tries to como out tho next, but it doesn't ing 2,700 quail and ducks, are pending want to see corn growing don't go to the dead, who gave their liveB a willing sac- - often succeed. The wonder grows point on the Uustonvilln pike where on- And we don't intend to carry any of this season's stock over.; There that will increase the fines to $110,000. of which though, how it can como out at all. The rifice for a cause in the justness According to the reports of the In- ly 250 acres cm be seen, but come to his fore our friends and the public in general will reap the harvest. proprietors cerlainlv show a courage tbey bad the firmest faith. Commission 1,823 front yard where he can show you more worthy of a better cause and deserve the terstate Commerce omployea in the United States than 1,000 acres of it. His house is on railroad One story is good till another is told. support they do not seem to get. were killed in the discharge of their du- one of the highest points in this section. Gov. Brown's high sounding words with The glut in tho watermelon market is a matter of general regret among ties, and 23,422 were injured during the It reference to slander, when he pardoned bis newspaper and other friends that the yearlS94. in Louisville caused the L. A N. and L A Monroe Bouisseau for the murder of brainy editor of the Louisville Critic, At Three States. Mo.. Sunday eve S. railroads to have to auction 23 ctr Howard Perdue at Paducah, bad some Mr. Dan . O'Sullivan, has been forced ning lightning struck a shantyboat, kill- loads to get freight charges. They sold A: UR13ANSKY & CO., Proprietors, of the ring taken out of them by Comowing to unfortunate outside ing George McClelland, bis wife and at $40 to 175 a car, while the freight to assign, T. D. RANEY, Manager. monwealth's Attorney W. F. Bradsbaw, investments. He will, we are glad to three children; at Barnes Ridge, nearby. alone was $55 to $80 a car. The price of who prosecuted the murderer and knows note, continue to run the Critic, which is Andrew Thomas and his wife were kill- a car of melons is generally from $175 to Branch Stores; $200. the facts in the case. He says it waa a a veritable little gold mine. ed in the same manner. case of assaesination pure and simple, The bond syndicate, in compliance Gen. Wolford is gradually sinking Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, NEWSY NOTES. Bouisseau having called Perdue to the with its contract to protect the treasury and an eventful career is nearly ended. Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. door and shot him dead in the presence gold reserve, has deposited $2,000,000 in Tjo Middlesboro News has been A New Jersey man died immediateof his daughter. Perdue, be adds did in sold by George gold at the New York ly after being stung by a bee. U. Dainsto G. W. Al- not write the objectional article, every exchange for greenbacks, making good brecht, who will continue it as a pubThe Bankers' Association will meet word of which was true and no slander all the recent withdrawals of gold. next time at Uwensboro, Oct. 23. lican paper. whatever. Mr. Bradsbaw adds that such George Fulraer, of Wooster, 0 is a Gov. McKinley, of Ohio, respited a This is the latest declaration of fern-in- e use of the pardoning power has a deleraving maniac aa the result of a practical rights from High Priestess Elizabeth murderer within a few moments of bis A Big Line and terious effect and tends to encourage and joke. He was taken coon hunting by a Cady Stanton: "Woman's legs are very execut on increase crime. "It may be political" he of whom procured a much more pleasing and graceful to Two deputy sheriffs were killed and lot of boys, one avers, "but certainly it is not justice to sheet and playecs ghost. Fulraer was look at than man's. So, why should another wounded in a fight with horse the people and is poor encouragement to frightened and baa been raving since. thieves in Wyoming. they not expose them if they care to do officers who are trying to enforce the The firm of Nanz & Nenner, the so?'1 Gracious sakes, Elizabeth now The richest gold lead in the world, Fourth-avenOfTcrcd. florists of you do law." Gov. Brown bap not snown any bearing $140,000 to the ton, has been n talk! special desire to abuse the pardoning Louisville, made an assignment. The Colorado. power, we are willing to admit, but he discovered in llabil Rev. David L. Webb, of Pottsmoutb, assets are about $50,000, and their oughtn't to monkey with it at all. There amount to about 120,000. They ex O , is serving a term in the county jail itiea isn't ono conviction in a hundred wrongpect to pay out dollar for dollar, and AT LANCASTER, KY. weapons. fully obtained and judges and juries for carrying concealed On best Vapor Stoves made, at Daniel Evans, of Delpbos, 0died of will continue in business. Store Room So feet Jeep, plate glass front, the ought to be better advised of the guilt or A Wilkesbarre, Pa., alderman had a latest modern shelving, all new and elegantly fura broken heart as the result of constant for dry goods, clothing or drug atore. innocence of a man than the governor negro wife beater before him for trial nished located 00 the Public Square, among Centrally the brooding over his death. who hears only ex parte evidence. a whipping was the cash slorr of the town. Term and price right. Owen Delaney, aged 00, Hying at and decided tbat Addieti K. il. BATdON, Lancaster. Desbler, O , murdered his wife to get proper thing for the ungallaqt darkey. The Maryland democrats in conven- $500 she had recently become in posses Procuring a whip the alderman took the HOLDAM, JAMES tion assembled at Baltimore nominated prisoner to his private office and gave sion of. It a candidate for Superintendent of Schoola of t. Hon. John E. Hurst for governor, Lincoln county, subject to the action of the ttabyJMarionUIevelanil is to press him a thrashing that he'll not soon November election, 1895. the democratic National adminis- the electric button that will put the maLouisville, which now has direct tration and declared for a gold basis for chinery of the Atlanta Exposition in freight communication with Liverpool W. S. BURCU, the monetary Bjstera. There is a dog motion. With 'a full assortment of nice Fnrniturc bought before the advance and Hamburg by way of the C. & O. and Ii a candidate for Superintendent of Public fall in the wrestle between Goiman and of the California LegislaA member at Newport News, is to Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action on raw material. Just give us your car for a few minutes Its He gets his favorite for ture deserted his wife after drawing the opposition. and we will have like communication with Buffalo of the Democratic party. governor and the other side hits him a name a number of articles which vou arc in need of. SnlM nnk from bank and eloped with another and Duluth by way of the Big Four and lick by endorsing the administration that woman. Sec our line of framed pictures and made up a line of lake steamerb it is prepiring to 'THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW room suits $13.75. FROM OLD he abused. James H. Cockrell, a farmer near La put into service at Cleveland. frames. You will not be disappointed when you learn the price. We fayette, Ind., was blown to atoms while The Hopkinsville people are already trying to rid his farm of stumps with dyhandle'a nice line of furniture, such asjsuits, chairs, cheap beds and MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. beginning to put the big pot into the lit- namite. couches, bed lounges, window shades, curtain poles, extension brack-sio- n Thomas Alford and Miss Craigio Since their discovery more than a century ago, tle one and the skillet in that in preparActual work of building the big ship given ealth ami pleasSprings brackets, carpets, wall paper. Price elsewhere then we can conation for tho entertainment of the mem- canal at Seattle has begun. It is esti- Dishon, both of the Kingsville aection, these famous army hate Invalids and Tourists ol ure to a mighty vince you that we make the prices low. from all parts ot the world. The Springs arc Wednesday. bers of the Kentucky Press Association. mated that the canal will be completed were married The Duke of Argyle was married to Now Open for Reception of Guest3. Those of us who enjoyed the meeting of in six years. Miss Ina McNeill, formerly a lady of the that body there 20 years ago know how St. Louis was visited by a severe loBoating. Bowling, Billiard. Dancing. Driving, delightfully the Hopklnsvillians enter- cal storm. Over half an inch of rain fell bed chamber of the queen. Fishing. Outdoor Games, Good Muiic, New Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. Livery, An Excellent Cuisine, Champion Jim Corbett's wifo has tain and are looking forward to glorious in six minutes and great damage was New York and And all that goes to make your visit enjoyable. been granted a divorce in times next month. done by wind. getB $100 per week alimony for life. TERMS MODERATE. Congressman-elec- t TexCrowley, of A dispatch Bays that Mrs. Cantrell, of John Swinford, aged 80, and Cather- Hoard and Rooms, (3 to Sis per week. Special proclamation says the as, Georgetown, suggests that Kentucky Day Swinford, aged" GO, who were divorc- Rates to Families and Societies. of Gov. Culberson was onlv a bluff to ine a at the Atlanta exposition be made ed 25 years ago, were again married For further information apply to please the preachers. GTJS HOFMANN, Prop.. memorable one at tho Woman's Building Crab Orchard. Kj 1 George W. Wolfe rode on a bicycle at Cynthiana. by having served an appropriate KenHusbands who have promised their In School Supples at from Chicago to Now York in six days Beal skin sacques next season wl tucky drink. The good lady does not three hours and five minutes, breaking wives "denominate the poison," but old topers grieve to know that the catch is smaller the record 45 minutes. will smack their lips in anticipation of it this year than for a long time and that James Clay, colored, died at Bards-tow- n Successors to J. B. Higgles, Dealers in promises to be higher than belpg good old Kentucky whisky. from the effects of drinking two the price quarts of whisky. He wae offered $1.75 ever. The marriage of the youngest couSenator John O. Hodges announces to accomplish tho feat. ple that has ever wedded in Logan counhimself an independent candidate for A political deal is said to be on in Minnie Scarbrough, Ky. mayor of Lexington, Mayor Duncan Ohio to run Paul J. Sorg for the United ty haa just occurred. and Mr. Sumrall are tho democratic States Senate and put Calvin S. Brice in aged 12 years, who Btill plays with doll A Large Stock and each article the very best to be had at its was marneu to j. ai. .cms, ageu 10 We will continue the coal business at Mr His candidates. As is always the case "poli- line for the presidency. gins' old sUnd and will have on hand at all times years. price. the very best coal whlcn we will deliver promptly. tics Is hell" over there and charges and Three people were drowned and four We will sell strictly for cash and will make it to countercharges, crimination and HUBBLE. the Interest of the people ol this section to pay are missing as a result of a cloudburst Cash. 37 are making the pot boll even W. Engleman sold to D. N. Prew tbat washed away railroad trucks and E more furiously than ever. did great damage to Adelaide, Col. itt a good yearling Bteor for 21. Mrs. Wm. Pierce and her son, U. B Cox Bold H. Singleton somo Two of the candidates for the Legislav Franklin, were drowned at Credo, W. fat heifers and cows at 2Jc. Cow corn is a ture in Nicholas and Robertson counties Va. The mother fell into the up since the last rains. river and still going -:- have withdrawn, leaving Judge Bonta, a the son lost bis life in trying to rescue John Murphy, Jr., was down this sound money man and a McOreary supweek cracking jokes with the boys and her. ! Ky. porter the leading candidate and Gov. While playing with a broken para- making all around him happy. I am McCreary away on top Bince his speech sol 3 little Edith Goodrich, of Sanford, glad to see that his hair is longer than it of Saturday. 189s Fla., fell on the handle of it and was lit- was. Miss Susie Gentry is visiting friends Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate DepartScore another for the governor. A erally impaled. She died in a few min- and relatives in this neighborhood. B. ments. McOreary democrat has utes. Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot family, Dolph Rice and Study. James Goins and Charley Jones, W. Givens and been nominated in the Legislative disSchools of Music, Art, Krench and Elocution. Yeager and family , fought with ax and family and Church Best teachers employed, each a specialist in her trict composed of Wolfe and Morgan brothers-in-lawleft "Wednesday for a two weeks' stay at own Department. counties, and as the party has a majority knife at Hickory. The former was kill Dripping Springs. Vandoy Sweeney baa Boarding- pupils under the direct supervision of teachers. of 600 or more there, be is aa good as ed and the other is probably fatally in gone to Williamsburg to attend her sick Vnr fur, hmr Information, address WILLIAM SHELTON. President. I 11 jured. sister. elected. &mi-Weekly Interior Journe boI-die- rs On airmen Norma, and Yerkes arranged a series of debates between liar- din and Bradley, beginning Aug. 19th at Louisville. Thero will be 12 in all, the one for this district being fixed for Sept. 3d, and for tho 11th at London, Sept. 6. It was agreed that tho speaking at all of the points, except Louisville and Civington, will begin at 2 o'clock r. m , Gen. Hardin opening the debate at Louisville, and the candidates alternating thereafter at each appointment. The flrst speaker is to have 1 hours and the second to have 1 J hours for reply, and the first to have 15 minutes for rejoinder. No new matter to is be introduced in the rejoinder. Mr. Norman demanded 40 debates, but Col. Bradley ai he tells us thought twelve sufficient, as he wanted to debate with Tom Pettlt, who was ruled out, and Demaree, who didn't demand a division of time. Besides he says he wants to speak at many points that he would have to yield, if the speaking were limited to debates. According to the report in the Courier-JournMr. Yerkes acted with great caution and suspicion and the conference liked to have broken up without an Ntch-olaavilt- e, Louisville Store. King of Low Prices. Coal-bur- &m rw W)M JEk al Look At These Prices ! Lawns and Challies 4 1 2c, Ex-May- or ut Our Bargain Counter, THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAiTjroRD, isrsr., sub-treaseu- ry well-know- ue roB :R,:E:fcTT, F. 1 GASOLINE STOVES. Special .' Inducements, Extremely Low Prices son-in-la- W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S for-fft- HERE WE ARE AGAIN, h, ocean-liner- s $10,-00- 0 Crab Orchard Springs. f WITHERS & HOOKER, prize-fightin- Every Thing You Want! R. R. Noel & Son, of Coal, PENNY'S All Kinds Stanford, DRUG STORE. STANFORD College, Female Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. TELESCOPES AND TRUN KS VALISES H. : sound-mone- CLUB BAGS AT J. : M'ROBERTS. '- rf-r- i- - J' ir - ' ;?fr,vvrc Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournrl Ky., - Auoubt 2, 1895 Read Dr. Bender'a largo mlv. SiLVKnw'AKB pfi. " ( at Danka', tho Jewolcr. Maboh fruit jarff, apple patera and der milla at W. H. Wearen & Co'a. . cl- - 3rANFORD. Ohaio A tlocKBR, cash druggists. erytblnK cheap. . Jamm Fbyk, tho IluBtpnville merKv chant, continuea to soil tho beat Roods at tho lowest prices. ! Look at Tina. E. C. Walton, Business Manager round for 80 cents cash. Sdtis (action Shirt waiat Beta 35s to $2.50. Belt buckles, sterling Bilver 51.25. New nov guaranteed. M. 8. & J. W. BauKb-maeltiea till you can't rest at Danks, the leading joweler. Call and Bee. Deckblmann la unsurpasaed asoro-palr- or DEALER IN- Tho of wntcheB and jewelry. Tub Stanford Gold Hand will go to The work is done well nud promptly. The conductors of this division will and jewelry Xlcliolttavillo tliia morning to make mu-n- ic give a picnic at Lebanon Junction Aug. , etock of wAtchefl, novoltU'a ililit and at tho bicycle races there :he will take ploflRtire in shotting yon in 24th, and a big time is expected. A meervery low complete, wfll eelectod and at schaum pipe will bo voted to the most prlcea. At runny' urngaioro. The McKinney Tomato Cannery popular train dispatcher and if Gen. W. PERSONAL POINTS. steamed up yesterday for the first time F. Sheridan doesn't got it we know who 21.000.000 Niagara to Bee how ft would work. Stipt, Wtn. will. The possibility that wo are to lose Joan Jones left yruterday for Chesterfield tolls us that within ten dayu Falls. coolest weather for tbia time of Rev. W. E. Ellis grows almost to a probThe Gov. McOiibary will apeak at Lebanon ho will have it working to ita full ca year since tho establishment of the sig ability. There ia a disagreement as to The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. piclty. next Monday. nal servico Jibb prevailed hero for several the Bmouut of salary, Mr. Ellis not seeMr. U.S. Roimom, of Drodhead, waa For Breach ok Pkace. Sheriff W. C. days. The mercury was down to about ing hia way clear to accept a reduction fiST AGENT FOR THE COLUMBIA STEEL WIND-MILL- , and the officers fearing that they can here tbia week. Adams, of Casey, and deputy J. M. 50 and aomo people bad fires. "Fair, Hon. J. N. Saunders ia attendinjc tie Brown placed in jail here yesterday aligbtly warmer," lathe prediction forte- - not collect the amount promised last year. It is sincerely hoped that the matSpringfield Fair. Lou Olemmens and Mattie Wilson, charg- day. ter will be amicably adjusted. A. Ricb, of Louisville, hea ed with breach of tho peace. Both nro Mk. T. Attention ia called to the notice of In his valedictory in the Jackson joined his wife here. white women and bear unenviable repu the College Home, Crab Orchard. The Hustler, which he has eold, Rev. J. J. Miss Lillie I'evtom is visiting Mrs, A. tations). flrat year's work waB moet successful and Dickey 8aye: My purpose in parting K Gibbons at Danville. Dr. Bender has the reputation of be- President John S. Stapp will begin hie with tho Hustler, and changing mv locaM. Weitkhfisld is vialtlng Mrs. L. ing truly a painless dentist, he has the second year with absolute assurance of a tion, is to give my whole time to the esrelatives in Campbnllnville. of Peiryville, patent appliances and ingrodiences by largely increased attendance. The school tablishment of a school at London, un- Buy;them now. Mas Nina We have a large stock of Canton Flannels bonght which he can extract and fill teeth with- is very thorough and the surroundings der the auspices of The Woman's is with Mr. Thomaa Dalton. much lower than their present value, which we are offering very and Home Mission Society of the Misa Runv Huston, of Hustonville, is out pain or any bad after effects. At are very delightful to the pupils. Myers House Monday, Aug, 5, remaining Methodist Episcopal church, South, for low. the guest of Mrs. A. 0. Dunn. DEATH'S DOINGS. which 520,000 for buildings and grounds Mrs. Limiu Hayubn, of Louisville, one week. Beecher, has already been secured, and an endowarrived yesterday to visit frlenda. Rev. William Edward Mr. Sam W. Mbnefbb has purchased n Db. R. L. Davison is spending a week line $105 phonograph to bo used by bim brother of the noted divine, Henry ment of 520,000 pledged by the society, Brooklyn, aged but not yet raised. with Dr. S. C. Perkins at Heo Lick. ui his position as stenographer and gen- Ward, died Sunday at n S, M. Loqan la getting health and eral clerk of tho Deaf and Tbe Rev. Fred D. Hale, Rv. Dumb Insti- 01. Five children of the famous family inspiration at Crab Orchard Springa. here, continues to cut such monkey of 11 Rtill survive. tute at Danvillo. lie has trumpet atWe will open the last of this week 20 pieces all wool Black Dress Mb. R. L. Beazlby, of Lexington, la tachments and can use the instrument At Lexington Capt. George W. Did- - shines at Owensboro aa must make the Bearley visiting tho family of Col. J. M. lake, mm of tho most prominent mem- angels weep. Sunday after preaching a Goods. You should see them. for concerts, etc. of Honnibal, Miss Maiikl Roiuhds, bers rt Gen. John II. Morgan's com- sermon unparalleled in ita bitterness to Mr. W. L. McCahty, who ia general mand to Lexington, died, aged 03. He thos whose oppose bis methods, he deia visiting Mr. and Mra. G. 0. Giv Mo., ens. manager of tho Kings Mountain Canning was teller of the Fayetto National Bank, manded that a vote be taken whether be Mirs Martha AutiuoiiT, of Brodhead, Co,, waa here yesterday in high spiritn and a useful citizen. should resign at once. Nineteen of the has been visiting Mra. Dr. W. B. 0'Bn-no- over the prospects of tho company this old child of Mr. bulldozed crew were manly enough to The little say that he ought to quit, but the major- That Spot Cash is the only way to do business. year. The 150 acres of tomatoes con- Dyehouso that Mr. and Mrs. A. V. You can save Miss SALLixMcRoiiERTsand Kate Cald tracted for give promise of an unusually have been keeping for some time, ity voted to have him remain. The most money and that is what you want to do. Come and let us show well, of Boyle, are gutatu of Mies Mattio large yield and he has already suklfiix until it could bo taken at the Baptiet Or- charitable view of Mr. Hale's course ia Hopper. car loads. Ho hopes to make about 25 phans Home, died Monday night, altera that his mind is wrong. The local pa you. Gioiiok B. Wearen has been of! on a cars. few days' sickness incident to teething. It pers are pronounced in their condemna courting trip at Lexington and Katill was a bright, interesting baby and the tion of his methods. Tbe Post saye inA trick. A gentleman who has Springa. vestigated tells us that the republicans kind couplo and Miss Octavia Sizemore "His entire series form perhaps the most Mr. J. T. Denton, of Lexington, hra had become very much attached to it, as sensational cnapier oi uwensooroe re been visiting bia sister, Mra. Nannie are working a little Bchetne. Oa nearly every train you meet those who claim to much bo as if it had been a real inBtead ligious, or sacrilegious, history, and have Wearen. have always voted the democratic ticket, of an adopted member of the family. engendered mucn intense, though supMrs. S. P. Staoo and Mis Minnie After a funeral sermon by Rev. R. R. pressed, feeling among both Protestants are attending tbe iiolinera meetlug hut this year they Bay they will vote for Bradley. A number of thee cases have Noel, the remains were laid to rest Tues- and Catholics. In aomo sections of the at Wilmore. day afternoon In Buffalo Cemetery, In country they might have been attended Mrs. Gboroia Proctor Duncan and been traced up aud in nearly oyery inpresence of a large number of peo- by popular manifestations and perhaps daughter, of Danville, are visiting Mrs. stance it was discovered that these claim- the ple. violence, and tbe fact that Owensboro ants were rauk republicans and havo alW. K. Arnold. Mr. J. W. Bastln writes from Pitta- - has remained outwardly passive attests Mies Lula Allen lc at Crab Orchard ways voted that way. burg: "Col. 0. w. Stringer, an old and the sensible and conservative spirit that for the benefit of her health, which baa A ooon old fanuer saw a paragraph in respected citizen of our town, died July has prevailed here " become very poor ol late. a newspaper that the chloride of sodium 27th, after a long illness of general disa In Clothing we are now giving We make all kinds of concessions. Miss Annie Dunn haa been aelected was an excellent remedy for something bility, aged 09. He waa a soldier in the NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. teacher in the public school at or other. The next time he waa in assistant you $10, S12 Suits for $7.50; S10.50 and $15 Suits for gio; S18 and town Mexican war. Funeral services were Rowland. Mrs. Krleger is principal. he went to Penny's drug store and told held In M. E. church, conducted by El$20 Suits for $15. Mrs. Nannie S. Sauey and three lit- George Penny bo would like to get a lit- ders J. G. Livingston, of Christian tle sons, of SweetwaterTenn.,have join tle chlorido of sodium if It was not too church, assisted by Dr. Hyden, of Presed Dr. William Sbelton at the college. Crab Orchard, Ky. costly. "What is the price of the smallest byterian church, after which he was laid Mr. J. B. Hioginb and Misa Juliajftf. quantity vou will sell," he asked. "We to rest in Pittsburg Cemetery. Col for a protracted Hfgglns leave don't keep it," was the reply. "You can Stringer waa a true and tried democrat Select, Private, High Grade, Thor visit to friends at Lexington and get it at any grocery for about 51.65 a and risked his life last presidential elec We are giving you 3.00 and 3.50 suits for 2.50; 4.00 and 4.50 suits for ough, Practical, Progressive. barrdl of seven bushels." And tho old tion to go to the poles and vote for Mr went to Louisville James H. Ybaobii 3.00; 5.00 and 6.00 suits for 4.00. man went away very sorrowful when he Cleveland, be being in a very delicate Will "enter upon the second year's and aftor a fow daya' stay with fonnd his yesterday medicine waa common, every condition at that time. He wbb once work Sept. 2, and will close Saddlery Co, he Toe Dunlap-Barre- tt blown away by a cyclone, which swept day aalt. May 30, 1896. will start on the road. -:- our town 11 yeara ago, from which be of Somereet,who Mr. T.M. Thatcher. Kissed and Made Ur. Our readers never fully recovered." For terms of admission apply to has been hero under Dr. Carponter'a will remember that a week or two ago, After almost a year's illness of con Dr. Jno. S. Stapp, Pres. treatment, will return home Mr. A. P. Jones had an advertisement in sumption, Hugh H. Hays died Wednes PerCrab Orchard, Ky. We are giving you 1. 00, 1.25 and 1.50 Shirts for 89c. Garner 45 greatly Improved. Ho can now hear a this paper warning tho public against day night. About IS months ago signs cales and Madras for Si. watch tick, for the first time in a year or trusting hia wife on hla account, as she of the dread disease began to show on two. had left his bed and board with little or him and ho waa soon reduced from an Misa Georoie Wray left yesterday for no excuse. This apparently saj ending V healthy man to a thoroughly Bloomlngton, 111., to visit relatives. She of a love, affair, has we are glad to atAte, apparently ONdiseased one. Mr. HayB was 31 yeara waa accompanied by Mr. James Hughes, been averted.. Mutual friends have old and waa a son of Mr. William II. 7, 8 9, 1895, who returned to bis home at that place, brought about a reconciliation, Mr. and Hays, who died 12 years ago of the same Will be The after a protracted atay with relativea Mrs. Jones have fallen upon each other's We are giving you Imported French Balbriggan, formerly 2.00 per disease. Hia mother, Mrs. Kate Hays, bore. neck aud kissed, and everything is love- who is making her homo with her Banner Fair & Trotting- Meeting suit, for 1.50; regular 1.00 per suit for S5C ShEitiir W. 0. Adams, of Casey, who ly again Mrs. Jones waa Miss Hannah daughter, Mrs. J. W. McCurdy, at Kan01 the fear. All arc invited to Attend. been killod by tho was reported to havo Sweet and Mr. Jones doubtless realized sas City, Mo., filled to arrive in time to Orockett crowd, when ho tried to arreat that she was too much liko her : eeo hereon alive, but is expected to day A : them, was hero yesterday and said that to give Iter up without a struggle. or Will be run fiom Crab Orchard and intermediate Mr. IJays was married Crab Orchard t 8 a. in., he knew it was a lie aa soon as ho read several years ago to Miss Pattie Boazley, station, leavins Kowland 8:15, Stanford 8:29, Shelby it in the papors. 8 46, Junction City b.J3, arriving at Lebanon City RtaiiTEDTHE Wno.NO. A few dBya ago has proved a loving and faithful at io'.oj, and returning alter the fair. One fare Fast colors, 35c and 50c, now 25c. Odd Pants for boys now 50c. Thbhe !b a liotiao full of company at Martin McCormack, tho blind pensioner who helpmeet, and eho with three children for round trip. Mra. Curtla' this week: Mrs. Monroe For programi, etc , address, who lives near Turnuravillo aud draws Aftor abort services of his T. HORACE CLELAND, l'rea. John Taylor, of Lobanon, Mra. Dr. Burk 72 a mouth, had Win. Jones, also col- Burvlvebim. 3 m. yesterday by Reva. late home at i MiBa and eon Robert, of Gallatin, Tenn., ored, arrested and placed in jail for se- W. E. Arnold and W. E. Ellis all that Pearl Dobbins, of the Bamo place, Mra ducing hia 17 year old daughter, Alice, was mortal of Hugh II. Haya was laid to Mrs Clnronce Meflbrt, of Loulavlllo, Seeing that ho waa in for it, William rest in Bullaio Cemetery. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Cbaa. C. Mntson, of Ohio, Mr. and Mra. to marry the girl and sont word to 0. N. Curtis, of MitchelUburg, and Miss that olloct to her father, Wednesday the D. A. llaugh, Plaintiff, vs. I. N. Jobnaan, Deft. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Notice oi Sale, Kate Davis, of Richmond. old man with his daughter, dressed as A Philadelphia preacher rejoices in Pursuant to a judgment and order oi sale at the Our Loss is your Gain. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. fine aa a fiddle, appeared nt the jail and the appropriate name of Isaac Setterarite. Jun. term, 1895, of this cou't in the above styled CITY AND VICINITY. made hia wiahea known. Jones was According to tbe census report there action, the undersigned commitsioner will on A world of hats at W. II. Shanks'. taken from his cell to the office of Judgo are id thia country 143 reliRioua denom MONDAY, AUG. 12, Davison, and by that oilicial be and the inations, with a total of 20.615.SOG comWATcnKa cheaper than ever at Danka." door in the town ol StanBefore the wronged Alice were bound heart and municants. ford, Ky., Un ween the hours ol 9 a m. and 4 p. Dr. Bender's advertisement, band. "Now kiss her," Bald McCormack n.. sell at public outcry to the highest and best Read Rev. Wm. Richards announces a bidder the following described real property Jonea obeyed, to hia now Page 1. basket meeting nt tho colored Ohristifn tho judge discharged the case BgainBt church the 3d Sunday in August, when A. Tract of Land in Lincoln Co., Born, to tho wifo of Portor RobinBon, him and everything waa lovely. Beginnin at a ho will preach three times. Ky and bounded as lollowi a girl. . from HI tone in the county road Nebraska City authorities, finding it to McKinney, thence willleadinc S. saU, V. 20 N. F. U. Stanford baa added another same Hats of all shapes, colore, Blzea, quali-tie- to ita long list of beneficiary societies. impossible to suppress the Salvation v Dolea to a stone In tame, b. 31, W. 40 poles to a t in same, S. a3, w. 6a poles to stono in same, and pricea at Shanks'. hv lecal Droceedincs. had the fire stono W. 90 poles to a stone in same N. 8SM, W. S. 8W, The latest ia Avon Council, No. 101, Na stone in same, thence N. to dronch tho religionists 7) poles, 14 links to 4to a sugar tree on side 4o. oi W. 39 poles, 15 links Tiik Teachers' Institute begins Mon- tional Fraternal Union, which waa or- department same, S 16, V. a) pcles to an ash and dogwood on ganized Tuosday night with 33 mombersi with water. Lumley aa conductor. day with Prof. hillside, S 10, E. 174 pcles to two chestnuts, two t The Menefeo Memorial Presbyterian dogwoods and two gums, S. 14. W 17 poles to a by Hon. H. G. Austin, of Lexington, a small cak on a hillside, S. 4, w. 91 poles to two Hor. The band boys are arranging to Stato organizer, assisted by J. E. Curd' church at Owingsvllle was dedicated black oaks and one white oak on a point. S. 81, B, give a bop at Walton's Opera House deputy organizer, and J. E. Stoenbergen' Sunday, R. A. Walton, of Georgetown, 17I poles to a sweei gum near a orancn, .N. 0$, n. uvitca IU ! uuiuai 6a poles to a linn stump, next Thursday night. a white supremo deputy, of Richmond, who gave officiating. The choir from Mr. Walton's stump, N. S3, K. 20 poles to lb7 oak en a h'll a fallen and 39, K 75 poles satisfactory explanations and church went over and assisted in the side, N.thence b. 62, E. to poles toash aihbeech an and as tump, Have you tried ua for spectacles? If the aiost chestnut, N. ar, K. 78 poles to a poplar North of a gaurantee a fit or no instructions. The following officers were Blnglng. hollow, N. 12, K. 84 poles to an elm North of a not, why not ? We The Woman's Foreign Missionary hollow. N. 19, E. jo poles to a white oak on hill. duly elected and installed: H. M. Fitted by Latest Scientific Methods. pay. Danka, the Optician. W. to a and por side, J. P. P.; J. W. Rout, P.; Ivon Society of the Methodist Episcopal near aN. tsi. N 3u,Ple 92 polesbeech two beeches E. to lagoon, N. The tax books for 1S95 aro now ready. Fiah, V. P.; A. Stoenbergen, Fin. Acct. church haa 13 hospitals and dispensa- and a black oak near a branch, mount8if. aw. 13 or poles, ia links to a beecn at the S. 27. W. 50 to a beech in a nollow, S. Please settle aa aoon aa convenient and W. N. Craig, M. D., Med. Ex.; Steele ries, and ministers to about 50,000 wo W. 19 poles to a black oak and chestnut on a men through its modlcal missionaries. Bailey, M. D., Adj.; Mrs. Amanda oblige T. D. Newland, aherlQ. ridge, N. 40, W. 41 poles to a black walnut, N. 74, The Fife revival at Oampbellsvllle V. 7 poles to the beginning, containing 346 acres Pre.; M. J. Dudderar, Ohaon; land. Have Dr. Bender extract thoae bad John Wallace, Herald; Mra. Ophelia was the most successful meeting ever ofThe said tract of land will be sold to satisfy tbe We have Specialist. and roota without pain. He guar- Curd, Sen.; John Curd, Picket; Steele held there. There were 1C0 additions to Hen debt of the plain tifl for the sum of $607.50 with teeth 6 per cent, interest from Feb. 13. 1893, until paid antees no slcknesB or bad after effecta. to 12, 1891. Bailey, M. D., and W. N. Craig, M. D., the various churches of the town as a which with Interestand Aug of this suit,amounts to $60 eitima- cost the sum of K9S.60 City Cornet Band waa Trustees. The council extends an invi- result of the meeting. The Junction of 6 months; the TERMS OF The annual report of the American nurchaaer ilvlnz bond with approved personal se awarded the contract to furnlah the mu-al- e tation to the people of tbia vicinity to merits of tho Union Bible Society shows that there were dur- curity and parable to the plaintiff, bearing inter for the Liberty Fair. Tho Stanford examine into the the day oi sale and having the force and last year 1,681,128 issues of Bi- est from a Judgment R. C. WARREN, effect of Band baB usually made melody for the and unite with it, The next meeting ing the 4) Master Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. bles, Testaments and portions, of which will be Aug. 12. occaslona. crowda there on such n. We will ahoe horeea all to-d- ay 735,221 were circulated in foreign lands. The total issues to date are 69,055,558. The Christian church is making big preparations for the entertainment of the COO delegates which are expected to attend the State convention here Aug. 10 -- 23. Nearly all the citizens have offered to entertain the visitors and homes will be provided for all who attend. It ia estimated that there are church edifices belonging to all branchea of Methodism in tbe United States, having a total value of SIOS.OOO,-00Their total benevolence for tbe year 1694 amounted to 23,414,238 to alono exceeding 1S.-000 Farm AND .$ SMS. -- WzmStMWi Yard Fence. A. C SINE, Stanford, Kv., 0. -tributiona mie-fion- SASH, DOORS,BLINDS Metal Roofing, Rough, and Dressed Lumber Lath, Shingles, Etc, "a rani ' m m Canton Flannels Cari-knter- , Par-Bona- ge well-know- JBJMm GOODS, REMEMBER SEVERANCE & SON. n. Size-mo- re i Ru-pl- ey PREMIUMS! to Every Offered One. COLLEGE HOME. CHILDREN'S SUITS! FURNISHING kT" or &U J Mor-ganflel- d. GOODS. yry It Tho Lebanon Fair, -- August and ra w tWKJL - SPECIAL TRAIN 1 :ij, CHILDREN'S SHIRT WAISTS Commissioner's Sale. We Must Make Room For de-cld- od Winter Goods. I895, to-w- lt Court-hous- e MM IE AMIilT ANB (BET son-in-la- . B Ar-m- THE GLOBE Strictly One Price Clothing House J. L. Frohman & Co., Prors., Kentucky. Danville, .. PEOTACflLE! ". Hal-derma- n, noi-lo- 58J-- Steen-berge- n, For .' Diseased Eyes, SALE.-Cre- dtt DANKS, THE JEWELER, AND OPTICIAN. 7 SEMI-WEEK- LY INT. Hat mote nice Furniture than was ever in The rainB last week produced n tide More nrettv llueiries. burreve and away? Listen: Phaetons. Moie cood Cultivators. Wagons, Plows Good Livery Attached, Fare cl Hotel $1.00 per n the river and our saw mill received MTWhen not to paid 32.60 will be charged.Tr Harness, Bridles, Whips and morn day. and more nlco A. II. HAS UN, Prop. The " blues " arc simply a natural eoveral thousand loes. Kinder Twine than was ever seen here. Mo in: : Ky. dlsorgnnired liver. Your liver vites the public to call and see his stock and gel Mr. Charles Lnue let a p'a'.ol go oil secretes bile Instead of discharging it. t K. C. LOCAL time CARD. prices. Cider Mills and Cane Mills. Tbcbile must be filtered from that which Office on Main Street, Opposite the accidentally one night last week and l to make Mood, and if not properly filKashville, Tenn., College for Toung ladies. Trains leave Stan'ord t 7:15:1 ml and 3 p. m. tered your blood becomes impure. Then W. iUUGIIMAN. IUCQIiMlN shot himself in the leg, producing a ileeh M. S. J. arriving at 4:30 p. tn. and 9:13 p. m. you feel wretchedly, and ' Dcn'ttocwuhy rQ I will take all the hides I can get fllULO, forcaihorln trade ler leather on you art to blue'." , wound. court days at Stanford oral my home In Olttn L.&'.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ielm. Chat. Knnslin, Tanner As Lincoln county has no Fair this Now, in two or three weeks time, Rov.lGoo. W. P. Price, D. D Pres., No. Train going North ...... 12 7pm ypar, we hope her p?opl will not forget you can make yourself feel like n raoraiKTOKs- No. to. K. M. Newland, 3 is a ra new creature, with rosy Mrs. S. 0. Truchoart, Former- W. S. Uurch.Lav good " South , No. 13, Atty at , Deputy Sherlfl. u 04 p ra ours, hut come to tliH mountains and appetite, healthy bowelschecks,sound ' and " . No., 113pm spend Sept. 4, 5 and G. LIVERY, FJE12D & SALE ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prinsleep nt night Rov. J. N. Prestridge is at home QUEEN & CRESCENT. Ask your druggist for Rnmon'S cipal. STABLE, from his Summer vacation and thero Tonic Liver Trains pan Junction City at follows: Pills aud Rn Conoral mon'8 No. t South X'cllcts. These ti. 4S a m No 2 North ...3 3c, p ra will be preaching at the Baptist church Three Buildings; room for sou boarders. Faculty arc two separate medicines, in sepa" 3 " ' 4 " ta.ieam Kentucky. or 40 Officers, Teachers and Lecturers. Patronage Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky ...t.3jpm ovbiy Sunday in the future. Kev. Green, " 5 .. ..11.35 am ' 6 rate boxes, but both together they cost ...5.15km from enure .south. Privileges in Vandetbilt Uni" 9 " ...... 840pm "10 " ...6 00 am of Corbln. preached at the M. E church versity. Mu ic Conservatory, Art Wc offer our servlcis to the public to do a gen Gymonly 25 cents. II jou nred litrry give usa call, f.othing but nasium. Kino Paisengrr Klevators. Simile. begins erat Collecting Business. Arcouuts, notei, tic Notb. Nos. s an J 6 and 9 and to run no fur- Sunday. Term turnouts will liave our stable. Sisj us Nrpt, , 1895. bend for Catalogue. You will then have n cure treatcollected in itlt parts et the Cdiinty, ther than Junction City, nor on S indy. i 6m (or rates. In our The dwelling house of Geoice Ford ment which will not only cure your biliousness but prevent constipation was robbed one day last week of a 530 HARNESS SHOP bill. Yank McFall was arrested on the in the future by strengthening your You will find a Rood assortment of Harness, digestive system. Saddles, Ac Have your repairing dune by "STour charge and held over to await the action Attornoy Law, our man he understands his business We have a At all dealers, or mall, for aoc, 0 boxes $1.00. of the grand jury. It muat havo been mcihauicm our I will goto any place whrrt there are sixer - BROWN MFC--. CO., New York. wore cattle to ehorn. I do the work with the some one well acquainted with the place BLACKSMITH SHOP. Lishtoirg Dehotuer Can dehorn any cow la that did the work, as nothing was dis'Iheknile makes work Will For sale by W. Ii. McRoberts. picesguaranteeourhor-- ! shocr. and satisfactory Oficeo-- Lincattcr Street, oppotitc the Court threede snot crush ner break the clean, smooth cut, horn, as the T17 turbed except the few things neceeeary House. Collections receive especial attention. 8j clipper does. It is the only humane way tode. horu Does not punish ihe animal like the saw, to get the money. and the weund gets well as quick again as thst Mr. G. 0. Moore has moved into his made by the saw. For furtn.r icfounatlon, call SPRING AND SUMMER. on O. A. I'K Y ON, Stanford, Ky. home recently completed. Mrs. new See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook, let. Something to Beautify tho Ladies. Mohler and little daughter, Edith, who have been visiting Mrs. G. 0. Moore, reDally openintng. New Han, flowers and laccsl turned to their home in West Virginia we els the assurance to tho trade that they wil Tuesday. Mr. J. S. Steeloy is visiting find in our establishment the same rirlnil.rnrti I am now reajy to deliver Ice .rom the Stanford tn style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory friends in Mt. Vernon. Hon. K. D. Per leading novelties in Millinery for which ve are And to be posted in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hoots, Shoes known throughout the country, kins was in Pine Knott Wednesday. haveseeuied a firswclast trimmer for the sea- At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Mieses Strairs and Taylor, who have you must first of all examine what we are doing. son. Thanking We call your es- fully solicit your you tor past favors, we nspect. And over patronage heretofore so literally and, He pound for to pounds and up been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. M 1). DUPDhKAR- to too, pecial attention to our stock of Black Suits guaranteed to fit or no bestroed. Hills due istef each mctith Absolutely KATh DUDDHKAK, Manager. have returned to their home in K. URK.MF.R. Stanford, sale, reduced from $12 and SiS to SS.50 and every thing we have in A cream of tarter baking pow- Ironton, 0. A difficulty occurred in this county : : I der. Highest of all in leavening Monday afternoon, in which Jones Latest United States cut and seriously mounded Dave Goins. strength. My Miilltury StIsfill til onjle'e Call Government ood Report. and examine and you will sure to buy a new and it is The parties are brothers-in-laHUSTONVILLEKENTUCKY. Spring Hat. EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., claimed that the Goins have been trying MISS LICCIE 11EAZI.KY, We need the room for coin and Caicy Counties. F ull stock of Co tans to separate Jones and his wife for some These goods are to be sold and not carried. SUnferd, Ky 106 Wall Street, New York. on hand, time. Monday afternoon they were all our Fall Stock and they must go. We have also bought our Shoes and Caskets always Manager. U.S. Carpenter, 95 at Goins house drinking, when a quar- in A. S. advance of high prices and we know we can do you good. We rel came up between Jones and the faa Surgeon ther of the man that got cut. When the have Dentist, old man rushed at Jones he ran, but CORDIALLY : young Jones hearinc the racket ran out ....... Proprietors of... ...... ro call and examin my spring Millinery, hlih I aw opening up. I p,idc myself thst Ii Is of the door and headed Joues of, and veil Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Otvs!cy selected and that It it bound to pleas. Having when they met they began to cut each sight ler cash and being deterinmsd te sell for Building. cash, I cauMdl atthe lowest possible prices An STANFORD, KY. other. Goins was cut in the cheek and That brings you more goods for yo.ur money than you can get any eaaaslDauon will convince you, A. G. Lanhkir John B. Castlcman. Hating bought of P W. Green his Ltverv busMRS A A. McKI.WVEY. throat, but not iatally. Jones received a where. This is cleaning up time with us and we intend to clean this e arc iness and added new buggies and horses, slight flesh wound or tuo. Jones gave stock. Come and see us. prepared to furnish W B JONKS j T J NHS, Mult, himself up and is now in jail hero. S2 Dr. P. A. Pennington Pabllahod Erory Tuesday and Friday tbo week in KnozvHle. AT JC WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. m Circuit court begins Auk. 19. la spending The "Blues." Do you ever have the "blues"? Do you know what they come from? Do you want to know how to drive them D. S. CARPENTER, THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Hus-tonvll- le. DEr. W. B. FExrirsr, Hustonvillo, Ky., PER YKAR IX A.1D Meet all Tralns,nlght and day. Patrons taken to any part of town Fiee of Charge. ii-c- m Dentist, Stanford, Foat-Otfi- t, ..1.1 M.S.&J.W.Baugliman, s eg Jim Bur ok & ITowland, Collectors, Tonic Stanford, ss Grst-cla- si-j- ROYAI Bri-dl- W. S. BUHCH, i Stanford, Bohorn at Kentucky. Cfittlo. first-clas- s KNOWLEDGE INDISPENSABLE. 1 ICE I - POWDER Pure 1 Da-Lane- y, 1 r w SUMMER CLOTHING. J. T. STJTTOIT, TO THE LADIES V 1 UNDERTAKER, PRICE, fW m sr. THS TOADIES Stanford, Kv. Remnant Job Counter, Livery aml.Fcccl.Stnblc, I G. B. COOPER, INVITED ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, surance Company A Cold. BARBEE&CASTLEMAtf Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South Jack Miss Ueaconstrect wore tho violets I gave her in her bosom. Jess Too bad; they must havo been N. Y. World. Ahead of Time. "Is it true that you and George are engaged?" "Xo. Tho report is premature." Life. frost-bitte- HUGHES Si TATE. FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS Money, Money, Money ! On short notice. The traveling public will fud us always ready and willing to turnlth Drum- mers' nagous, cither single or double, or Cirri- ages of ad kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The ooy s in ana around town will alto find us the peo M.I. n Im .mu.m .. nl, tl ,1 .1 urltti Cl.m wl.H n?c7 7 TOIfcTES BROS,, Ky. i Tin & Sheet Iron Works, I w!Si:nw:i1:rodno,nd X8Ur h",e "d - W. A. TEIBDLE, Lccal Agent, STANFORD, KY ask mamma. Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-wester- n the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoinHer Wutchfnl Mamma. For full inShe This Is so suddenl You must ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. no Oh, TO .K. G.II. COOPKR Myers House Stable, blanford, Ky. LOA-ZEsT- . . I TO SSJ CITIZSlTSi Of Lincoln County. The New Dean's I.I.W UU...d Roo Paint furnuntJ fnr mintin. w.1 Metal aud lion Reofs Saiisfaetian (lu.r.m l' All roots painted with Dean's Illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers lu best cis- ern Pumps and Galvnitfird Iron Kilters. ?.im ?. Prr..lor. Kstlmales Stanford, The Myers House, V given me several hints already. that's all right! formation and application, apply to W. GREEN. Pronrielor. She has Puck. JOHIT KIRBTT, Insurance Agent. Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., of Mill J I ! Stanford, : : : Kentucky. Portland. San Francisco. ..To the., WOETHWEST ,.Via The., Farmers BanMTrnst OF STANFORD, KY., Co SCHOOL BOOKS, in It now n full operation, and Invites the atttr.lien the builders of Lincoln county to its material, supcriot workmanship and low prices. Note I am still running this wtll-kcow- n Hotel sad wUI continue to give ray guests the politiet alien as the best the market a Curds. "as will OpOClal Attention' jnrr PHhHr tO the TraVOl- - (s new fully organised and ready for business with rfv:ir 1 -- i wCiLV"LW..kt Srieu'svut at a9IHI. lias mtttr' uT 7 iVffT fPi NtvMttAxrt Chicaso (jtTS rzsWfaKm Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - And a complete line ot Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, every thing a pupil needs. $200,000 20,000 Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. A splendid fact SOME OF OUR PRICES: All patterns and thicknesses ot Ceiliug In yellow Pine, poplar, chestnut and ath. as low as f i.ss tier hundred. Iouble dressed lumber as low as Jt per hundred. Ileautilul v.llow pine finishing lumber quarter oak, Ac, Save money by giving us you. orders. THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Lancaster 73'tr 'Only Dining Car Route From X.OXJXSTTXI.X.E TO CHXO&GO. Elegant Pullman Vestibule d Sleepers of Modern Pattern. Tor maps or any information, address 1'ILANK J. REID, ) f E. H. BACO.V, .. r. Ageoi, or u r. Agent, Chicago. LouisWllt. . Denver. lie SURE to call fcr MONON' Route, I St. Paul. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the ssnt assets and undsi the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as ate depositors in National Banks, its shareholdera being held Individual! Iiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value the tool, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as so individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to ni while mnaginK the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trnst they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to samo, our twenty years uptrieuce it banking and as liberal accommodations as arc with sound banking. cos-tiste- OTATXNBMY9 Drugs and Medicines, IB- Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Perlectlyclear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at; Jjpei hundred. As low as Si 50 per hundred, f Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at Si.co per hundred. As low as i 30 per hundred. ' t THE I RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky. F. n. niLSY, Proprietor, rsnrinn ,luw,l assortment. I have moved to my nw Hotel and am bettsr Srcpared than ever to accommodate the public, attached and every convenience Give me a call. 77 FRANK RILIY, Every thing new, purest and best quality. W- - M'ROBERTS, ANCHOR BEST We solicit your patronage. J J. Williaais, Mt. Vernon, . H. Shanks, Stanford; DlKKCTons: St. Asaph Carriage first-clas- s STOVES, Anehop Steel Ranges, Co., : And- - The J. S. Owsley, SUnferd; S J. Embry. Stanford; S. H J. B Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mltlcdgeville, W. H. Curntmns, Preachers i lie Shanks, President, Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Cashier, W.M.Bnght, Teller. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing style. done in THE COUNTRV You are invifed to call and sec them. '! u FARRIS & HARDIN Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. JHK. Has charge of our Painting Department. fiz$)3Y LXl - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. e B. K. WEAKEN, -- Dealer In- - Capital Stock Surplus e 3200,000 23,700 A H. KIELEY. US GXFERIERCED FEIUTER. Give us a trill. S Wnllao Stanlord, WiM act as 3 1 Attention of the public is invited to the fat that this is the only National Bank in Stanford unuertne provisions or toe national uank Ac- depositors are secured not only by the capita stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor as amount equal to the stock, so that depositors o: this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements ofthecondition of the bans are made each yearto the United States govern meat and its assets are examined at stated timei by government agents, thus securing addititons anif perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as tb Deposit Bank of Stanford ia 1858, then lied as the National Uank of Stanford in iSSj and again re organised as the First National Bank 01 Stanford in 1SS1, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of xi years. It is better supplied now with facilities fortrantactingbusiness prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long anc honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-teThe Directory of this Bank is composed ol Forestua Keid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Uaughman,! Lincoln; 1891 Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STAlSTFOl-l- , Rett Process &rsr. W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. Greatly improved for 1895 and worthy'of consideration. PIANOS and ORGANS. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced on easy monthly payments, orjany other terms to suit the best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as of goods as can be found any where in the land. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. prices 'and purchaser fine a line have ever They have Prov en a Success.; They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. B. - gl'n Attorney at Law, Vrnon, Assign- Es-al- Kentucky. J. ' J.S.Hocker, Stanford;' W. A.Trlbble, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Executor, Administrator and T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Tanner,;McKinney; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky 8. Hockcr, President; Jao. J, McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Asit. Cashier. Guarantee (Satisfaction Call and see. ciofSce. to Settlements of Special attention ae and Division of a Attorney and nfaats' Lands. McCTa-- , Ofice on Lancaster St. over Supt.,W. F. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in takintr this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue teaching as before. Address P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. mliirth&&vmimt