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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895080901 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. WMMqi4MMawMa mmmmtfkt ; r..jjU.. ,: ; stmma Semi Weekly Interior Journat vol. xxiii. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER, A STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 9. 1895. CARRARD COUNTY. MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. A NO. 47 few Notes on a Trip to Casey. Kev. Jas. M. Walton will occupy Ur. J. Urown'u residence. J. W. Uftkcr has boupht the dwelling ol Robert Liveanv ou Richmond at. About 8 men are nt at work in the ballast quarries on the L. & N. in this county. Dr. Lnpilcy McKue preached a b-llies of excellent sermons here this week , I to appreciative audiences. No loafers are seen on our Htreets. times are paaing away and all who willing to work can find employmerit. In a hotly contented game between the Livingston and Mt. Vernon nines hero Saturday the score stood 11 to 10 in favor of Mt. Vernon. The Mt. Vernon nine will play a re turn game with the Livingstons on the latter's grounds Saturday nfttrnoon. The Mt. Vernon btaes band will be on hand to furnish tho music. -- Mr. M. F. Hrlnkley, of Louisville, is hero arranging to establish the Mt. Vernon Lumber Co. He has leased the brick hotel, formerly the Joplln House, and will move his family here at au ear ly date. Mr. J. A. Rentier denies having written the column of matter which appear ed in tho London Kcho last week over his signature, giving reasons for changing from a democrat to a republican, and ra)8 ho is still in the democratic ranks and will remain there A party of prospectors examined the coal lands In the eastern part ol our county last week, with a view to running a railroad from some point ou the K. C The gentlemen were well pleased with tha coal veins found, some of them being live feet in thickness. "Of all sad words of tongue or pen, The riaddeet are these, it might have been.' " This will be the song of the inhabitants of Mt. Vernon GO years hence when they vlolt the prosperous city ol Living aton, a great railroad centre. There is nothing to prevent Mt. Vernon from Btepplng to the front, except the lack of enterprise on the part of a few of her (Itizene. Mr Prescott, of tho Kentucky Soutl-er- n, is expected hero during the week from Living, Mr. Will Fields was pton Saturday and umpired thu hao ball gtine. He says it's his first and last ex perience in that Hue. His life was spared by the forbearance of the members of both club. Mrs Anna Miller, of Cleveland, 0., is visiting her son, Walter, and friends at this place. Dr. John Williams is in from Louisville, to see homefolks. Mr. W. R. and four Bona wero here with the Livingston club. Mr. D. did none of tho playing, but ho made a full hand yelling nnd encouraging his club, who are all good players. Misa Georgia Creed has returned to Middleaboro. Miss Nancy Kennedy is visiting Louisville. Mrs.W. H. Brown and Miss Wadle Thompson are visiting relativea in this county. tlo-vDil-lion I j , Maywood. An enthusiastic Tent of 25 Knightaof the Maccabees wna organized here a few nightB ago by Mr. S. A. Middleton and Deputy Supreme State Commander M. F. Elkin. The officers are John Pope, P. 0 . 0. W. Lovell, 0 W. M. Matheuj, Lt.C . A. 0. Martin, It. K .John Murphy, Chaplain, Dr. J. T. Morris, Physician, George W. Taylor, Serceant; Sillis Johnson, M of A . Dink Farme-- , 1st M. of U , Um Napier, 2d M ol G , II. D. Phillips, Sentinel. M. T. Lynn, Picket. The tent will build a lodge room right away or purchase the property of Mr. John Murphy to be used as such. There is now a total Maccabeo life insurance in this county at Stanford, McKinnoy, Hustonville, Orob Orchard and Maywood of about $200,000, and those who have investigated say that it is good as wheat at the mill. Tents will probably be orgauized at Hubble. Mt. Xeuia, Goshen, Waynes burg, Kingaville, Mt. Salem and other places in this county, and one at Millego-villIs about ready for organization. Mr. Elkin put in a new tent at Paint Lick last week. Tho growth of tho Order of Maccabees has been pbenomlnal and it is now the second greatest fraternal beneficiary organization in the world, having spread from sen to sea. Tur-nernvil- le, e Joe F. Waters. Senator Blackburn took the raging stump for bis legislative candidates in Shelby, Anderson, Franklin and Clarke all In his old Congressional district and every one of them was promptly re pudiated by the democracy. Give Joe's jaw plenty oi rope anu a nm uuk Louisville Times. The Big Sandy wharlboat at Cincinnati caught fire aud two Btoamors, tho Big Saudy and the Carrollton, were burned. Tho loss on the Big Sandy is $35,000 and on the Carrollton, $30,000, not' including cargoes. The loss of tho wbarboata makes tho total over 125,- 000 Mrs. 0. Shead, of Eaatport, Mo., who will be 00 years old in u few days, ltd the grand march at au invitation ball in that city recently. Richard 8. Leach was electrocuted killing bis mistress In New York. for number of Lancaster couples enThere is a "wee" littlo girl at W. T. joyed a picnic at Dripping Springs on Dye'p, a late arrival. ' Wednesday. -- Dave Allen bought a small bunch of License was issued UiH week to Mr lambs in this section last week, paying Alex Goius and Mibs .NUttio Mitlock from 2 to 3c. both of this county. Andrew Maynard and William Sims Mies Mattie Walker entertained on were cut and Sid McMullen had his head Monday evening nt her pretty suburban in a fracas at On a few niuhts home ou Richmond Mreet, Bince. They were all drunk. Miss Annie It Roystou will bpgin If there is a democrat in this section, teaching the county school, at Beach-Har- d who will notsuport Hardin, we have yet wood, on Monday, 12th, at Point Leav-nr- o to hear of him. We are somewhat in ell. the trenches down here, but we are unAK!"u Madam Rumor tells us anoth- er wedding will occur soon. Probably flinching nil the same. William Davenport's log teams went next week and in Lower Garrard, at least on a strike Thursday, thus diminishing the bride's home is there. Miss Melissa Furr has been employ the number of logs at Bastin's mill. The matter was adjusted, however, ami the ed to teach the school at Flatwood, the ensuing term. Miss Furr graduated un- teamo are running again. The pastor, Rev. J. Q Montgomery, der Prof. J. 0 Gordon, of Eminence, assisted by Rev. Jack Williams, is holdtwo vears ago. Elder Graham Frank lectured nt ing a protracted meeting at the Christian New Antioch, Wednesday, the 7th, for church. There have been six additions the benefit of the Christian church A to date and much Interest is manifested. The sisters of the Methodist church email admission was charged. This will give a Vox supper on the night o' young preacher is much liked and very Aug. 10th. After the supper is over an popular with his congregation. entertaiument will be gten the young d The son of Mr. Milton M.ilian, living a few miles from Lan- folicsatJanie Wash Institute. Everycaster on the Richmond pike, while rid- body invited. Miss Jennie Swope, of Marksbury, ing his bicycle on Monday fell oil, breakcame down Thurs 'ay to see her brother, ing his right arm in two places. Dr. W. Mr. B K. Swope. She returned home S. O'Neal set the bono and the littlo boy Sunday and took with her Miss Lula is getting along nicely. The Garrard County Teachers' Insti- - Renson. Mr. Cyrus Russell and family visited friends at Mt Olive Sunday. tute convened in the Vug. If iiiii Iiihi-- 1.1niirii ii n n in uu ra ..., i ociocic ii a, bi y..u the exercises erei wero oul of !t there woukl be no opened with a abort talk by Supt. J. II. Crearf McMurtry, In whirl, he introduced Ulu trouble about the governor's race. It is conductor, Mr. R. 11. (Jarntber. of Louis-- ' the S10'1"1 c that is playing hades vllle, who made quite an interesting ad with lhat forKvernor U the democrat-dresto the teachers. Mrs. Mary L An-- 1 ic prefl9 W0I,,d l,rol u'ackburn and was made Recretary and Mi?s Creary alto,;otl,er antl ,urn its b"ttery uPn tho enuy. ' ,nWt have less Jayne 0. Shumate, assistant secretary. -- The Ladles Aid Society of the ,cars for tho B,,cce88 ' the democratic Christian chnrch will lmvh n iiin.ir.l nn.l Party in Kentucky. There will bo time ien0UBh t0 t,fscusa the ."senatorial race, e literary entertainment at the on Tl.urcdrty evening, the loth, to con when we have elected a democratic Leg Ht largely of home talent, though eev islnturr that should be looked after first Our old frieud, J. II. McWhorter, end visitors have been solicited to take program of the evening. Mrs. found a bee tree some time last Spring part in the Henry 0sloy, of Lexington, Misa Chap-tin- o and boasted to his neighbors of the McGregor, of Louisville, and Misses amount of honey ho expected to ce Angieand E'len Ballou, of Stanford, to from it. bo a few weeks ago he put bis gfther with Miss Daisy Harris, of Vir- family into a two horse wagon, already ginia, a frieud of theirs, will compose a well loaded with buckets and other vescombination of talented ladies who will sels for holding the honey, and after a render the occaaiou especially attrac- drive of some two miles or more over a tive. General admission 25, reserved rough road, he arrived at the tree to find that he was about a week too late. The seats 3o, children under 1, 15c. And now the boys 11. Bataon is in Cincinnati this tree had been cut. It. week on business. Mrs. Mattie Sweeney are importuning him to tell just bow and daughter, Misa Olivia, have return- much honey he got from the tree and is frequently aaked how his bees are geted from a protracted visit in Adair county. Mr. J. C. Thompson, wife and ting on. daughter leave for a sojourn OF A LOCAL NATURE. at Dripping Springs. Homer Price, of E L. Uobbs, a meat dealer of MidKnoxville, Tenn., has been visiting friends here this week. Messrs. John F. dleaboro, wus waylaid and assassinated Lear and John M. Farra attended the bi- in Virginia. C. N. Manning, of Clay county, has cycle races in Nicholasville last Saturday. Mrs. Sim Slaughter and daughter, Mrs. been appointed secretary of the State Dawson Malmn, of Danville, were visi- League of Democratic Clubs. Private subscription papers have altors of Mrs. Sam Harlan on Wednesday. ready been started for a fund to erect a F. D. Gaines and wife, of Danville, are guests of Mr and Mrs. Theodore Cur-re- monument to the memory of Gen. Prof. Sherry, of Bowling Green, The court refused Judge Alcorn's was here Wednesday and attended the teachers' institute. Miss Maud Miller, motion to dismiss the L. & N. cases at Lebanon, and they were set for trial of Irvine, is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Susan Anderson, and family. next Monday. Audrew Slavens and his three sous Metwrs. Sid Adams and Will Huffman, of Hustonville, were visitors in our city, have been arrested in Scott county, Monday. Mr. William J. Goodwin, of Tenn , and returned to Monticello, Ky., Somerset, was here Tuesday. Miss Hat-ti- charged with murdering and lobbing Vaughn, who has been visiting Lan- Mrs. Nancy Slavens. Toll gate No. 1 on the Hustonville caster friends for some weeks past, left pike, near Danville, was robbed yesterThursday for her home in Shelbyville. day about noon. The thief carried away Old Point Comfokt, $13. money, box and all, getting about $10 in Grand excursion to the sea shore by cash. The thief, who is a negro, has not Chesapeake & Ohio route. Leaves Lex- been captured. Advocate. ington Tuesday, August 1.5th, 1SD3, 11 10 Judge Barr has ordered the sale of a. m, Through sleeping car from Lex- all the properly of the Southern Land und ington to Old Point Comfort connecting Improvement Company to satisfr a morat Ashland. Ky , with the 0. fc 0. Fin-e- tage for $500,000. It was sold by the veatibuled train of dining cars and Piue Mountain Iron and Coal Company sleeping cars, running through special to to a Northwestern syndicate. Old Point Comfort and arriving at 11.30 Col. T. S. Moberly, the a. M. Wednesday. This will bo one of Shorthorn breeder of Richmond, was tho grandest trips of the year and one of drowned while at Virginia Reach Wedthe finest trains ever run to Old Point nesday. His daughter went beyond her Comfort. So don't fail to take advandepth and in trying to rescue her he met tage of same and go. Stop overs will be his death. allowed returning at Lynchburg, NatThomas Miller and a frieud attacked ural Bridge, Hot Springs, White Sul- a young man named Sweeney L'as he was phur Springs, Va , and other noted leaving Bethel churohjin Wayne, Sunmountain resorts. Tickets will be good day and charged him with making a cerreturning until August 2Sth. Side trips tain remark ubout a young woman to to Washington, D. 0 , Baltimore, Phil- whom Miller was paying attentions. adelphia, Atlantic City, New York, BosSweeney denied it, but Miller shot him ton, at low rates. For further informaall the same and lied. tion and sleeping car reservation apply to G. W. Barnoy, district passenger At Paducah, Will iSima and Lucy aKOnti Lexington, Ky. Perry, sweethearts, quarreled, and Sims The C. II. & D. will run an excur started to leave the woman, when Bhe sion from Cincinnati Aug. 15 at $5 to pulled a reyolver from the folds of her Niagara Falls and return; tickets good dress and fired. The bill 'entered Ills The wofor five days. $0 to Toronto and return; head and he died instantly. man picked the body up and kissed it tickets good for for five days, f 10 to Thousand Islands and return; tickets several times. Then she turned the pistol on herself and she too dropped dead. good 10 days. seven-year-olcourt-hous- e, a , ( I , a ,. i I .... 1 s n , court-hous- , j . 1 y. Wol-for- d. e rui-ndtru- ) st well-kno- wn For the first time in the dozgn or moro yeara lhBl l "BVe "ea RlnK to Liberty court tuere wa8 no patent medicine man on hund Mon,)ay. Why he failed to be present Is not known, but it is known ,hnt he waB Ba,,1y miased by a good many o that c,a8B of l)e0P'e who prefer a aU Ptont medicine to the services of a physician. The majority of tho people, however, wero glad of the absence of the nuisance and were that fate had turned his bead in another direction. A big crowd was on hand Monday when Judge Jones opened court and all who could find a place to sit heard his charge to the grand jury. He laid particular stress on the violation of the whisky laws, the Belling of bitters of an intoxicating nature and carrying concealed weapons. The judge urged the good people to lend their assistance in the suppression of these and other evils and wound up bis charge by asking the jurors to investigate the official conduct of the county officers. The selling of "bitters" haa become quite h traffic in Casey. There are numerous persons already indicted for selling them and it is said that the present jury will make a strenuous effort to add others to the list. Two of the most popular brands are "Globe Tonic" and "Chill Tonic" and are really nothing more than mean whisky, so those who have tried them say. After selling the contents the bottlo is filled with whisky and again sold as bitters, the original label beiDg allowed to remain. Since I was here in April variouB improvements have been made. Three or four dwellings have been added, paint has been liberally used, a fine brick jail and residence is being built, a bank is soon to be opened and unmistakable signs of prosperity are apparent. The citizens enjoyed a Rip VonWinkie nap for a w,,iIe- bnt ,ne' are awake now and the hum ot industry is heard on every hand. The bank will open about the 20th and will have a capital stock of ?20,000 The selection of F. P. Combest as president and George A. Prewitt as cashier were judicious ones and the institution ought to be a paying one. The place of business for tho present will be in the courthouse, but a house will be built as soon as practicable. The fair is being looked forward to and a grand one is anticipated. Among the many attractions will be a balloon ascension each day when the aeronaut will leave his balloon at a distance of 1,000 feet and come down in a parachute. The booth privileges were sold Monday and the bidding on them was as spirited as it generally is on bank stock in the The fair dates are Aug. 2S, 29 and 30th. There were two curiosities in town Monday in the persons of William Durham and John Smith. The former gentleman has never had a hair on his head or body, while the latter is a dwarf that any Bide show would' be proud of. Both are prominent citizens of the county. There is not a great deal of political talk being indulged in, but I was told by several republicans that Rev. Grider, the republican nominee for representative, is not a popular man in his party. He is a and will lose a large number of votes on account of it, others will not support him because he is a preacher, while still others think he has not been in the county long enough to receive such recognition. The democrats will in all probability nominate Mr. T. J. Baldock, of Dunnville, and to a man up a tree it looks like he ought to have smooth sailing. He is one of the most popular men in Casey and and well liked in RuBsell. 1 had the pleasure of spending a night or to with Mr. John W. Moore and his clever family and for genuine hospitality they have not their equal. Nothing is left undone that would add to the pleasure of tho fortunate guest at his old Kentucky home and to go there once only increases the desire to go again. A fcood man indeed is "Frosty John" Moore and his kindnesses to his fellow-mahis big, warm heart and generous deeds will live long after he has gone to his reward. There are fewer advocates of free turnpikes in this county than in any section I have been since the question waa sprung. Even the smallest are against "throwing up the poles," as our Lincoln espousera of the free turnpike craze say, and are willing and glad to pay for good roads when they use them. E. O. W. cure-peele- SCHOOL BOOKS, And a complete line ol Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, in fact every thing a pupil needs. Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. d first-clas- s A splendid assortment. Every thing new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. Drugs and Medicines, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. "W. IB. M'ROBERTS. I NDFENABLE And to be posted in Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes you must first of all examine what we are doing. We call your especial attention to our stock of Black Suits guaranteed to fit or no sale, reduced from $12 and Si 5 to SS.50 and every thing we have in KU SUMMER CLOTHING. These goods are to be sold and not carried. We need the room for our Fall Stock and they must go. We have also bought our Shoes in advance of high prices and we know we can do you good. We have a Remnant Job Counter, That brings you more goods for your money than you can get any where. This is cleaning up time with us and we intend to clean this stock. Come and see us. 'i - HUGHES & TATE. W. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hocker. 1 CRAIG STAFFORD, & , HOCKER, - ZDiKU-a-GKISTS- - - KEJNfTITCKY, blue-gras- s. 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 filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line L. H. Bellebaum, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. of Spectacles. ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, And The BEST IN THE COUNTRV. You are invifed to call and see them. 1 FARRIS & HARDIN l3o WBA MMN. -- 4 Dealer In- - fit well-kno- wn Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages "Wagons, STANFORD, K"ST. W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. n, PIANOS and ORGANS. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and on easy monthly payments, orany other terms to suit the purchaser best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line of goods as can be found any where in the land. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Mrs. Margsret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking this positioidoes not give up her class in Music, but will continue f? tax-pay- ers Route will give AU Froo lsisisK ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssHsV lssssssssW for the round to BosThose who have uej Dr. Kinj's New Ulscov have not, ton August 25-3good to return Sept. 10, err know IU value and those whu Call on have Ducklln'a Arnica Snlvo the adR. H. ssssssBl (ssssislsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssV now the opportunity to try it free. The best salve in tns woild for cuts, bru'ies on account Knight Templar's Conclave. vertised druggist and get a tiial bottle free. Send your name to II. E. llucklen & Co., Chicago, aud sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. For full particulars call on agent of Rig get a trial bottle of Dr. King's Now Llle l'llls as hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, t positively cures piles, or no pay tepuired. It U copy of Guide to Health and Household Four or address E. 0. McCormack, pass, well as a to give perfect satisfaction guaranteed to do money Instructor free. All of Pigs for sale from the btit types of Rsjistere traffic agent, and D. D. Martin, G. P. A., you good and cost you which li at A. R. Penny's guaranteed Price 15 cents per box. Fororsale by refunded. nothing A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky, Cincinnati. drugstore. Stock. Breeders secured front tne beat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited a rate of one-far- The Big Four 1, Upon receipt of your add i ess and ij cents in postage sumps we will mall ou our .Souvenir Portfolio of the World's Columbian Exposition. The regular price is 50c, but as we wantjouto havo one wo make the price nominal You will find it a work of Art and a thlug to bo prized. It contains full ptge views of the gteil buildings, wlthdescrlpticnsof same and Is executed In the highest style ol art. If not satlstied with it alter you get it we will refund the stamps and let you keep the book. Address it. .. llucklen A: Co., Chicago, III. See the World's Fair for 15 Cents teaching asbefore. Address e lL. S Jt P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. THK BLUE-GRAS- S HERO OP Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, Pror, H Branch churches, and Mis. W. P. Tub toughest charge yet made against If ho can not and will not endorse his the democratic administration and it is party's platform, what right haa he to Grimes, Mrs. R. L. Porter, Mrs. James apparently supported by the facta, is aak hia party's nomination ? Shall we Beazley, Mrs. Sim Perkins, Mrs. Perkins, that in the absence of Gov. Ikccvn, Lt. seek our Moses among the Canaanite Mrs. Hugh Soargent, Mrs. E. B. Beazley, Stanford. Ky., - August 9, 1985 Gov. Alford, acting governor, allowed idolatois? If the Senator ia tired of hia Mrs. Vaughn and Mrs. Hail. jf Augusts, dinners will be furnished by Attorney General Hendrick $0,000 for old love, then let him seek a divorce In Turnersville and Stanford churches, and having an order issued compelling the and wed his populist mistress. W. P. WALTON. Kentucky Central to pay taxes. Such a politics or in love, we sometimes con- Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, Mrs. Will Hays, Mrs. John H Bright, Mrs. Jack Bosley, gouge of the treasury is without reason done a little innocent flirtation -- but bigMrs. Fred Bishop, Mrs. G. W. Tribble, amy, never! or excuse. A iiORRiiUE double murder was comWe would bo loath to lose the Senator Mrs. John White, Mrs. L. L. Dawson mitted in Versailles Monday afternoon, Wuat is needed at Versailles is not a In the past he has been of service to his Mrs. G. A. Lackey, Mrs. Ben Bryan, Mrs. the victims being Col. H. 0. Rodenbaugh mob execution, but a good old fashioned party, but on the score of service and ro- - Jos. Ballou, Mrs. Richard Cobb, Jr., Miss and bis son, James, and the perpetrator, legal hanging. Louisville Times. Ex- ward the honors are about easy. He Lucy Simpson. W. X. Lane, a patent fence man, who actly, but since she is not likely to have All delegtes to this convention and has been bravo and loyal. For mauy came into unpleasant notoriety during it, Lane's neck ought to have been brokvears endeared to our people by devo all persons attending its sessions, as well the Breckinridge campaign by cowardlv en, even if thereby the law waa broken. tion to tbeir interests, Keutucky hearts as those directly interested in the work, attacking Judge Kincaid and other acts, Punishment, summary and severe, can temple which burn together with their visitors, are cordially nature. only deter such devils from their fiend- were a many altered which showed his ed incense to his praise. But past loyrlty invited to enjoy the dinners as well as The facts in the case are that Lane went ish work. can not juBtlfy present rebellion. There the many other good thing) which the to the Hotel Woodford, of which Col. joy for hia program promises. may be tears for Rodenbaugh was proprietor, in a drunkIt now appears that all that is neces- misfortune, honorbis love,valor and there A lady barber baa opened a shop a for his en condition and that he vomited all sary to make a county go for sound monwaa Mt. Sterling. for hia ambition lt over the floor. The colonel remonstrated ey la to have Senator Blackburn deliver must be death Winter oats for sale. 0. T. Bohon, of the d n his fallacious fulminations on the cur- even ao with Ciuiar. Because with him and Lane called him a Senator'a history, his present defection Hustonville. liar, adding besides an offensive epithet rency in it. Blessings frequently come Owens AGlvens sold to B. D. Holtz-claneeding herowhich the colonel repented with his fists. disguised as evils and the people may is all the more dangerous, 100 ewes at S2.23. party can Lane jerked out his pistol and shot him yet have to rise up and call the Senator ic treatment. The democratic J. P. Harper, of Hustonville, bought not afford to condone it. The integrity in the face and turning shot the son to blessed. organization must be preserved, in Casey 100 fat hogs at 4 to fjc. of the A. Urbansky &Co., Props. death, who though a cripple, was enOwens & Givens have 2o0 ewea mine opinion, In the 9.101B and scope deavoring to take bis father's part. In This bodes some strangeof eruption to our else we shall have no organization at all. Its platform must be advocated with zeal which they will aell very cheap. the melee, Lane ;was slightly wounded. State. Circuit Judge John S. Patton died fidelity and courage. It must be defendHe was hustled off to jail and threats of The cohesive power which binds to- ed boldly against all comers. No other at hia home near Uindman, Knott Co, mob violence were so great that a guard gether the members of a political party E. W. Kelley, of Cleveland, 0., shot Offers lor this week had to be put on the jail. Lane had been arises out of either (1) a common lust of sort of champion should be trusted; no himself to death while laying on his on a spree for several days and had pick- plunder or (2) a common belief on ques- other can be trusted! If Senator Blackburn is returned to wife's grave. ed numerous quarrels. He seemed to be tions of principle or public policy. Since : BARGAINS ! Twelve persons are reported killed the Senate, it will bode no good to Kenout hunting for some one upon whom to Jefferson first formulated the fundamentucky. It will be a stab at the vitals of and 25 injured in a wreck on the Atsatisfy his longing for blood, and if ever tal doctrines of In almost the democratic party, not thedemoctatic party, and this party is lantic k Pacific railroad inNew Mexico. case called for drastic remedies hia does. even its avowed enemiea have ever seriA. C. Grubb was shot from ambush The coroner's jury found that the mur- ously charged that its coherence springs at once the intelligence, the vigor, tho ! : and killed at Rise Hill. Va., 12 miles life of the State. blood, the ders were without just cause, but Lane from other considerations than from Harlan Court-housSteve Bales More Goods for Si than any house will doubtless prove that be was assault MATRIMONIALMATTERS. and honestly entertained views of ia accused of tho murder. ed, and the jury will, without taking in- constitutional powers and govermental in town. A old child of Mrs. Owen Delancey. confined in the Nato consideration his provoking words ap- policy. For nearly 100 years ita tenets poleon, 0., jail for the murder of his Laura Neil, of Pittsburg, Pa , while in Remember this will be a week of plied to a man old enough to be bis have been set forth in platforms. With mother's arms, was struck on the grandfather, turn him loose, further to its principles published to the world and wife, did the proper thing by hanging its Bargains with us. by a base ball thrown by a careless boy gratify bis murderous propensity. The its scandard high advanced, it has march- himself. That Heaven haa no rage like love to and instantly killed. laws of Kentucky are administered in ed to many peaceful and glorious victohatred turned is daily demonstrated, two such a way that Judge Lynch becomes ries. It has ever been the party of the Vance-burg- , W. S. almost absolutely necessary. Lane de people. It has ever been the bulwark of instances occurring Tuesday. At Lieut. Ruark got mad because bis li a candidate lor Super otcnJrnt of Public serves to be hung without judge, jury or individual liberty. It has ever been tho sweetheart received the atttention of School! of Lincoln county, subject to thi action the benefit of clergy, but he will never strong defense, the of home of Che Dewociatic party be by the laws as at present administer- rule and Stale sovereignty. Freedom other swains at a party, and created a ed, the more's the pity, for courts seem resides near the people. Stealing it by scene by tearing from her a watch to be held to shield criminals instead of implication, robbery of it by usurpation, and other presents he had given her, while Rev. B. W. Fuller, of Oregon, punish them. destruction of it by centralization, dese- who waa recently charged with sending Crab Orchard, Ky. cration of it by corruption have always an infernal machine to the woman who Gov. McCrbary scored another notable victory in Clark, "where he beat Black- been opposed to the last extremity by jilted him, was arrested for mailing ob- Select, Private, High Grade, Thorburn in an open popular vote 498. Gov. the peerless old party which remains in scene letters to the Bame woman. ough, Practical, Progressive. The calaboose is not a good place to Buckneronly got 33 votes. Jack Wills the conseryatism of ita vigorous age as it began in the ardor of ita crescent youth, spend secured the Legislative nomination over the first night of a honeymoon, Will enter upon the second year's the synonym of political honor, the stew- but Sidney Parker, a young farmer of three competitors by a good majority. work Sept. 2, and will close Considering the fact that Blackburn had ard of equal rights. Scott, not only had that experience, but May 30, 189G. To maintain ita wise policies it has had be is still realizing it. He celebrated his made "the effort of bis life" in trying to For terms of admission apply to convince the people of Clark that his it contests, suffering at Intervals sore marriage by getting drunk and displayavow-eing a revolver and the Versailles policeideas on finance are the only true and disaster, but never defeat. Against Dk. J no. S. Staph, Pres. enemies we fear nothing. Republi- men ran him in. A fine of $25 and a correct ones, and the further fact that a Crab Orchard, Ky. 45 Louisiana sugar planter, formerly of the cans and populists alike Bhall again feel jail sentence of 10 days were assessed as they have felt the weight of our met- against him. So he went to jail and bis county, bad labored with arguments that usually tell in an election, that is to say al. It is he and they who hoist our ban- bashful bride returned to her home sad A Big Line and he had a "bar'l" on tap, the significance ner but defile our platform, who give us and forlorn. -:- money victory is the greater concern and against whom of the McCreary-soun- d CHURCH AFFAIRS. we have the greater grievance. The apparent.. It must also be remembered Chicago PresbyteKy. that for five terms, Blackburn represent- democratic party has always been, and ry Churches ol the nothing but must hereafter use la its best proportion, is now, in favor ed that county in Qopgresa and has hereOffered. 3 wines at communion services. tofore been;almost invincible there. An of a sound and stable currency for the Dan189s The wife of Dr. Talmagedled at man was nominated in people. In Kentucky it baa uttered nei Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Departtber an uncertain nor a discordant note ville, N. Y., of nervous prostration. She ment!. Jefferson, sound money won in Ohio, Scientific, CUnlcal and Special Course ol gamut. Fiatism, print was the great preacher's second wife and Ballard and Carlisle and but for the Leg- in the financial Study. money, shin plasters, half val- they have five children. Music, Art, French and Eloc.itlon. islative dietrict of Crittenden and LivOn best Vapor Stoves made, at licit teachera The Christian Endeavorers are going own Department. employed, each a ipcciahtt In her schemes, governingston, where he was victorious, Black ue metal, abolHoarding pupilt under tha direct superrition ol burn would have been completely "tai- ment loan of monev secured by pledges to present a petition to Congress to of unpitched crops of turnips and pota- ish the saloons in the Capital, which teachera. For further information, address lored." Every day makes the defeat of WILLIAM Sti ELTON. President. probable and fur- toes are all condemned aa vagaries of they characterize aa a diegrace to the 34 the Senator the more untaught and unteacbable cranka. The country. ther emphasizes the fact that democrats Rev. G. W. Yancey, formerly pastor are determined that an example shall be Chicago plank of '02, as interpreted by Cleveland and Carlisle, is the platform of the Lancaster Christian church, ia at made of the man, whose will is bis su Succeisori to J 11. Hlpgins, Dialers in preme guide and who is in open revolt of the Kentucky democracy. If the Chi Lexington in a serloua condition, having against the declared principles of the cago deliverance be open, as has been almost lost the use of his lower limbe. interpretation, all He has been in failing health for a year party, which has heretofore borne pa- charged, to a two-foambiguity has been set at rest by the ex- or two. tiently and with readiness to excuse, hia Said an old negro preacher: " When With;a full assortment of nice Furniture bought before the' advance position of a democratic president and Ky. many shortcoming. secretary of the treasury, and the en- a man starts down the hill, my 'bred-'reon raw material. Just give us your car for a few minutes and wc will de debble ginerally takes care dat We will continue the coal businctt at Mr lilt; Dr. Rkillby, of the Chicago board of dorsement of that exposition by the Lou on old all times name a number of articles which you arc in need of. and will Solid oak bed health, issued a ukase against the prac- isville convention. The Holy Scriptures do wheela are greased, dat de britchen Kins'very itmdcoal whicnhave will hand at promptly. we deliver beat the tice of kissing. A great many diseases, command that Christians be baptized. strap breaks, an' dat de check line cornea We will sell strictly for caih and will make It to room suits Si 3. 75. Sec our line of framed pictures and made up the interest of the people ol this Miction to pay frames. You will not be disappointed when you learn the price. We be claims, are communicated by it and if The denomination which endorses Alex off of de hook at de last mile ob de jour Cash. 37 folka must kiss he says they should at ander Campbell contends that baptism ney." handleja nice line of furniture, such asjsuits, chairs, cheap beds and once wash their lips in carbolized rose means immeraion, That one which After swearing he would give up couches, bed lounges, window shades, curtain poles, extension brack-sio- n water and dry them thoroughly to preJohn Calvin contends that the that European tour, Rev. Fred Hale, the brackets, carpets, wall paper. Price elsewhere then we can conLINCOLN CIRCUIT COL'RT. vent the possible spread of diseases from same word means sprinkling. So that notoriety Beeking Baptist preacher, vince you that we make the prices low. Pendleton Jenkins' Admr., Plaintiff, vs Pendle the act. The local papers make merry whether the doubt inheres in the word changed his mind and went. Many tonjenkids' Heirs, Defendant over the matter and wags ridicule it, or exista only in the mind of the believpeople hope that he will either Notice of Sale. docer, no one can doubt what interpretation get a change of heart while gone cr Pursuant to a judgment and order of sale at the but a symposium of opinions from Jun term, 1895, of this cou't In the above styled tors of renown, almost unanimously up- is placed on the much discussed word ba drowned in the big pond. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. action, the undersigned commissioner will on hold the opinion, and osculation baptidzo by the denominations which Hupper closed a delightful Uncle Jo seems to be doomed in the Windy City. respectively endorse Calvin or Camp- meeting at Ford, between Richmond and MONDAY, AUG. 12, The young men there can afford to deny bell. If there ever was there is now no Winchester, last Sunday night. There He fore the door in the town ol Stanbetween the ol a m. p themselves the doubtful pleasure, for longer a doubtful meaning in the finan- were 43 additions to the Presbyterian ford, Ky , public outcry hoursthe ohighest and 4best to m., tell at and girls are as scarce aa beaux at a cial plank of the Chicago platform, espe- church and nine went to the Christian bidder the following described real property lt pretty watering place, but no proclamation or cially aa understood by the Kentucky church. The entire community seemed A 229 pronunciamento could ever stop the prac- democracy. If it be possible for written to enter into and enjoy the meeting. Situated in Lincoln county, Ky . on the Stanford In School Supples at tice in Kentucky, where maidens every- or spoken language to express an idea The religious discussions which were & MilledKevillo turnpike road and hounded genabutting where abound with aweet pouting lips, clearly, unequivocally and precisely, the being held at Morebead, between the erally by the following lands of Itproperty holders. H Crow, North On tbe North by tho rich, ripe and teeming with the dew of Kentucky democracy have so done in Rev. Howard and Rev. Kindrick, of Dan- and Kast by the lands ef A. W. Carpenter, Southlands of P. W. Logan and West bv the bliss, and insiduously tempt men to kiss, the reaffirmation of the Chicago platform ville, were discontinued at the request east by the Kettle Uroaddus. lands of Mrs. ol sale nf and the endorsement of Cleveland and and vote of the members of the church, If the proceedsdebts and said farm are nut kiss and kisa V satisfy coals for which sale Is Carlisle's understanding of ita true intent as the result waa more strife than satis- orderod, the Com'r will then sell the Col. Hill heartily seconus the propo- and meaning. faction in the working ranks of the mem175 Acres Land Farm sition to erect a monument by popular Senator Blackburn can not escape this. bership. to tell the future generaor lets, situated in Lincoln county, on the contribution Convention of the Chris- More The State Neither the resonance of voice, the Stanford and Hustonville turnpike mad, and tions what a grand and noble man Gen, charm of manner, the jugglery of words, tian Church will meet at Stanford Aug. bounded generally by tbe following aburlng- prop A Large Stock and each article the very best to be had at its erty bo'dera; On the East by thr lands ui j. W Wolford waa. Every rebel, he says, the persuasivneas of stamp rhetoric, mist bv the lands of Mrs. Dinner will bo served each day Bailey. South and price. McKinney and North should contribute to it, because it was quoted history, nor height nor deptb.nor at Walton's Opera House and it is the Samuel Givens and J 11. the by the lands ol through his. instrumentality that the any other creature can make a man of earnest request of the managura that all and West will be sold as a Iluitona. the pur. -- hole for Kach firm nose of satisfying the following claims airainit ih abacklea of the horrible chains of and the dinners consist estate of Pendleton Jenkins, tt. ordinary understanding believe that the ices be omitted The claim of laws were shaken from them Louisville platform mean what Sena- of substantial food. The churches of the Nancy Jenkina' admr. for Jj.au 80 with interest Irom Jan. a, 1883, until paid, subject to the follow and tbeir rights as freemen and citizens tor Blackburn says it doet Unless the county have very kindly consented to credits: 1884, Pld Jan, 1, 1886; $181 paid Jan. Jan restored to them. The Federal soldier mere zeal of advocacy has male him men- assist the Stanford church in entertain- j8lh, 185; S181.80 paid Jan ,887. J181 8a paidAug. $SO paid 1,1887; Ji.ooo paid July 35, owea It to hia memory to contribute, be- tally deaf, dumb and blind', he can not ing the convention. Dinner each day ajth, 1887 and Jajo paid Jan. ao, i8&8, balance due admr. Aug. ia, 1895, $1,072.16, Nancy cause he waa the brightest star in Ken- believe his own story. And we may be will be furnished by one or more of the claim of Sslhe D. Bright for Jj.573.78, the claim the of O. C. JenklnV trustee for $6,000 and the costs of tucky's galaxv of patriots, achieving allowed to say that there ia noevidence churches. ! this action. alOut ol proceeds of sale more and autlering more for the cause of that these afllictions have ever Lseri via Aug. 20, dinner will be furnished by lowances to attorneys will the costs includingclaim first be paid; the tha Union than any of them. For a ited on the Senator, Plainly, bu with- Hustonville and McCormack churches, of Nancy Jenkins admr. will be paid in full; the II. Bright claims Jenkins and monument to such a man $10,000 should out intent of rudeness, il peems to us and Mrs. Richard Cobb, Mrs. Mary Giv ami G. ol Florence will be paid In Sallle out or the C. Jenkins full we truBt organized that his course is not sufficient then said resiresidua and be easily raised and one of impious stub- ens, Mrs. 8. W. Givena, Mrs. Lawson, due shall oe If same laaccording to their respective prorated effort will be at once inatltuted to that bornness, which should be crashed. Of Mrs. Forestua Reid, Mrs. J. B. Foster, claims thus iaid. In equal Tirmj Credit ol six, ia and 18 end. treachery we do not excuse him. But pf Mrs. Dwight Root, Mrs. Beazley and Mr. nstallnienti, the purchaser giving months with bond personal security bearing Interest from in the bold insubordination and rank rebellion, Harry Bush. Fkek silver men were downed day of sale and payable to the commissioitr. Lien W. I. stimulated by a blind ambition to serve August 21, dinner will be furnished by wii be retained on land as further security. 1 Iowa democratic convention and R.C. WARREN, his own ends, he must stand condemned. Crab Orchard, Rowland, Goshen and M. C V. C. C Babb wm nominated for governor. 1 4EMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOMl Rh - blood-thirst- y I the w Louisville Store. 3 T. D. RAXTITSr, Mgr. SPECIAL EVERY LINE well-define- d e. five-mont- lia BURCII, high-tow- er COLLEGE HOME. d STANFORD College, Female unfer-mente- d Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. anti-Blackb- urn ing-pre- ss GASOLINE STOVES. Speeial .' Inducements, Extremely Low Prices sub-treas- ury W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S R. R. Noel & Son, ld All Hinds of Coal, HERE WE ARE AGAIN, n, Stanford, ea Commissioner's Sal. Ow-ensbo- ro WITHERS & HOOKER, I895, to-w- Court-hous- e Farm of Acres. Every Thing You Want! sufli-die- nt PENNY'S of of DRUG STORE. 19-2- 3. South-eas- expa-tricatio- n tc-- f374-4- 1 TRUNKS VALISES TELESCOPES AND ed CLUB BAGS AT H. J. : M'ROBERTS. nh-Wi 2X A MfCrv .pa (mi-Weekl- y Interior Journal A AND some ideas with scene of inspiring beauty Wednesday erythinK cheap. evening. The elegant old mansion was rfgrd to teaching history. Stanford, Kir., - August 9, 1896 Civics was the next subject on the Mabos fruit jars, apple parers and ci- - brilliantly Illuminated and the spacious .WHtItHR grounds lighted with myriads of Japan- program and Mr. N. W. Hughes opaned der millB at W. H. Wearen & Co'b. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Jamks Fry Is ottering some great bar- ese lanterns, and with seats most artisti- with quite an able talk, concluded by cally arranged for lover's the Mr. Swearingin and the Instructor. gains in dry goods that he extracted from guests felt almost like they had been THURSDAY MORNINO, Deckblman.v is unBurpftsneil as 8 re- the great tipocker Bros' failure. Don't The meeting was called to order at the transported to a fairy land. About 50 The pairer of watches anil jewelry. DEALER IN The buy until you aeo them. work is done well nnil promptly. couples attended and they were charm- usual hour by singing. Reading from Btock of watches, novelties anil jowelry Col. Wm. Stiiiniikk, deputy T.S. mar- ingly entertained by the pretty hostesses, the Scriptures and prayer by Prof. Lumhe will take pleastiru In showing you Is Owsley, ley. The subject, Mistakes in teaching complete, well selected nml at very low shal, passed on Tuesday's train with Misses Maggie, Linda hnd Emma Thorn-a- s waa discussed by Mr. Singleton, and ably assisted by their brother, Mr. prices. At Penny's Drug Store. Green Olny Smith, a Clay county moonM. Owsley. At an appropriate hour Misses Ry, Moore, Lewis and the institaking to jail. shiner, whom he was PERSONAL POINTS. refreshments, prepared by Gllcner, of tute. After a recess of 10 minutes, Rev. Kverviiodv who can will doubtless at- Danville, in his best style, wore served Mr. J. Warren Uockrr Is nt Tathara tend Danville, and Prof. Grinstead, the Crab Orchanl barbecuo In hla handsomest manner on beautiSprings. of Danville Public Schools, came In and Speaking, horse and bicycle racing, with fully decorated tables. Returning Mrs. G. W. DkBord went to Crab Or- burgoo and other trimmings, oiler too to tho parlors and lawn, the happy crowd on invitation gave delightful talks for chard yesterday. The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. great attractions for the average voter to continued to enjoy themselves till the which a vote of thanks was extended. Mibs Dohotiiy I'KKn.of MillcrBburg, is resist. Reading was introduced by Miss Kate Gov. McOreary will certainly be advancing hours warned them that the -AGENT FO& a COLUMBIA STEEL WIND-MILvisiting the Mioses Menofee. on hand and most of the other speakers time to depart was at hand. It was near- Bogle and expatiated upon by Mies of Hichmond, is Miss Dellb Haviiokn, Enoch and others. advertised. ly 3, however, before the last reluctant visiting Miss Florence Truehart. AFTERNOON. couples rode Miss Mi.nma Wakr, of Richmond, is The speech of Hon. H. 0. Warren, leavu was taken and as tho Institute opened at 1:20 o'clock with moonlight of a the guest of Miss Nora Moreland. which he proposes to deliver at the home in the beautiful -music by the choir. and pleasant night their hearts were filled school-rooMiss Uettio e, Mrs. Annii Jambs and Monday, on the democratic order was discussed by conWearen are visiting In Lexington. platform and Issues of the campaign will wltn gratitude to those who had Misses Stagg, Kay, Hicks, Bogle and oth In the lead. Our Mr. Joe Severance was in the city again this week, tributed bo greatly to their happiness. Mrs. T. I). Bright and children.of Dan- be well worth listening to. Dick's deers. At 2:15 Prof. Grinstead read a pa Mrs. Miller, whose life is devoted to her ville, nre visiting Mrs. M. 8. Baughman. mocracy is pure and unadulterated and per entitled "A Bundle of Curiosities," looking for and finding Bargains. to whom she delights to which was very Mn. It. H. I'krrin, of Kings City, Mo., he can always be depended upon to much enjoyed by the give pleasure, conceived the idea herself Mr. J. V. Perrin. is visiting hla brother, the principles of his party. institute and visitors. At 3 o'clock tbe of giving the party, which she spared no Misses Fannik Ht'NN and Bessie teecbers went down and tried to look Tiik elocutionary contest between the expense or trouble to maku. one of the intelligent in order of Boylo, are visiting Miss Allio to have their picyoung ladies of three counties, which moat brilliant that has occurred In this tures taken. VanArsdale. Mr. and Mr?. II. S. Withers and Mips will occur at Walton's Opera House, section for years. Among those present Mies Kate Blain makes a most imparIsaMattie Honnor are staying at Crab Or Aug. 10, promises to be an interesting were: From Shelby City, Misses tial, prompt and capable superintendent. We have many good things to offer, which you will do well" to ex affair. A handsome gold watch and 15 bella Denny and Annie B. Eogleman, It Her praises chard Springs. are on every tonpue. Miss Minva Park Phelps, of Madison, beautifully bound volumes of Dickens' G. Denny; Lancaster, Misses Lula and amine. Photographer Earp caught with bis returned with Mlsa Mary McKlnney and Works are the prizes, which are well Isabel Owsley and S. E. Owsley; Crab camera yesterday tbe pleasant physiogworth contending for. Admission 25, 35 Orchard, Misses Jean, Eva, Hattie and nomies of the entire institute for tbe la now her guest. Burch It ichanan; Shelbyvllle, Mr. Pick- members fiom and 60c Miss Month UahiiisIibh returned to get as a souvenir of the ocett; Knoxville, Mr. Boyd; Chattanooga, casion. family of her uncle, J. W. a visit to the G. B. Coor-Khad William Elkin ar- Miss Urillln, Millersburg, Miss Peed; As usual Miss Georgia Lewis has laid Brown, of Buckeye. rested Wednesday for obtaining a horse Mr. J. M. Uevnolds, of Wayneaburg, and buggy from his stable under false Richmond, Miss Pholpe; Little Rock, us under obligations by keeping a report passed through yesterday to his photo pretenses. He was tried yesterday and Ark , Misa Rose; Winchester, Miss Bur- of the proceedings for ub. Her chirog- - Stock of Table Linen, Napkins and Towels was ever before shown nett; Stanford, Misses Nan and Sue rapby is eo neat and plain that our comgraph gallery in Garrard. acquitted. Mr. Elkin got the turnout in our city. Trayliir and Annie on an alleged order of Thomas Morrissy, Baughman, Annie and Mary Alcorn, positors prefer it to reprint. Mibsrb 8ai.uk Green, Pearl Burneide, Jennie Annie SNAP SHOTS. Hiatt, of the Goshen section, are of Rowland, but the latter claimed that DO NOT FORGET we are selling Lawns and other Summer and Marie Wurren, Essie Burch, Sue and The institute has never before had so at Crab Orchard Springs. he had given no such order. Bees Woods, Lizzie and Annie Menefee, many distinguished visitors. Will H Jr., and Owsley Manier, who Goods regardless of cost. Prof. W. 0. Grinstead, of Danville, was Tub republicans are going to meet Nettloand Georgia Wrav, Sue and Martha have spent the Summer wlththelr uncle, Mary an honored visitor yesterday. Mike Owsley, returned to Nashville, yes Monday and nominate Mr. B. B. King, Paxton Rout, Mary McKinney, Dr. Davidson wonders why Dr. Price of Moreland, for the Legislature. At Bruce, Clara and Ophelia Lackey, Lizzie terday. Mr. John B. Fish, of ML Vernon, was least, Mr. King tells us that unless his and Mary Logan, Nannie Vandeveer and gets all the Crab Orchard customers. "The latest thing out" to tbe instituto here Wednesday for the first time Ic an party can find a better man, he will ac- Susin Lasley, Messrs. Tribble, Rout, Joe a cept the nomination. As it wouldn't be and Albert Severance, Bush, Hocker, on Wednesday, Miss Helen Thurmond. age. lie weighs something less than Prof. Lumley in referring to bis class in easy for the republicans to find a better Will and Thomas Shanks, T. M. and ton uow. Mrs. J. B. FoKTRitand her handsome man than Mr. King in this county, he is George McRoberts, Tate, W. B. anl N. physiology, said that bis girls were not II. McKinney, Wells, Logan, Saunders, afraid of bones. Mr. Ritchie is quite on, Hays, J. 0. Hays and G. B. Cooper as good as nominated already. GreeD, Helm, Bailey, Price, Baughman, anxious to join the class. went to Tatham Springe yesterday to tarOb, didn t Steeley play havoc with the Dead. A letter from M. L. Waldron, Meuefee, Gabeand Will Lackey, Etnbry, ry awhile. hearts of some of our winsome maidens? at Hubbard City, Texas, tells of the Burch, Craig and Lasley. Yes, but the poor fellow should enjoy Mrs. Frank Kbllky and daughter, death of Mrs. Mary Jane Carter, who' some Wrights without bo many comMiss Rachel, and Mra Jennie Wolfe, of ments. went from Rowland to visit friends there, Teachers' Instltue. Danville, are with their sister, Mra. W. "Sammy," said one of the young pedexpecting to return in November. She TUESDAY MORNINO. agogues who teaches! the woods, to a T. Tucker. was r daughter of II. J. Lucy and the a song, Mils little Institute opened with "do you eyer see Misa Lizzie Jones has returned from a "Yes sir," was the reply, "I accompanied by her relict of T. Z. Carter. A good Christian Fain at the organ. Rev. Mahony then squirrels? visit to Danville, We make all kinds of concessions. In Clothing we are now giving-yo- u woman, she died in the full hope of a gave a moat excellent talk, followed by seen a little squirrel slide up a sassafras cousins, Misae Mary Tewmy and glorious reward. an apprepriate chapter and prayer. Dr. saplin 'smornin. Quite a lesson in allitSuits for $7. 50 $10.50 andgis Suits for $10; $18 and $io, S12 Hudson. eration. Wm. Shelton was made an honerary PROGRAM S20 Suits for $15. Gov. Jambs B. McOrkary wm here Lebanon special. Conductor P. D. Tub Lumley being too ill Lincoln County Teachers' Institute, eveTuesday en route home, looking like a Atherton and Engineer T. B, Meals, was member. Prof. to conduct the institute, Prof. Cherry, ning session, August S, 1895. winner, and feeling unusually good over not liberally patronized the first day. Music. being a "very present help in the time triumphs. his recent only one passenger getting on here, but Rev. A. V. Sizemore of troublo,"came forward and acted as Prayer W. 8. Burch, candldato for school su- yesterday there was a good crowd in Music conductor protem by the request of the perintendent, received yeaterday a cer- cluding these who went to the Fair from Hon. Harvey Helm Percentage was then Opening Address Music. superintendent. tificate of qualification from Superintend- Stanford: M. S. Baughman, N. B. and We are giving you 3.00 and 3. 50 suits for 2.50; 4.00 and 4.50 suits for by Mr. Swearingin, and disMiss Essie Burch ent of Public Instruction, Ed Porier J. 0. Kuban ks, R L. Hubble, J. E. and introduced Misses Thompson, Owsley, Recitation Music. cussed by 3.00; 5.00 and 6.00 suits for 4 00. Thompson. Robert Farrla, Will Cook, J. II. Baugh- - Kay and Prof. Lackey. The subject be- Oration -"- Tho Unseen" Prof Ritchie Music. Mia Stella Ballou and brothers will man and 0. E. Gentry. ing exhausted, Miss Cettie Thurmond Addreea Rev. W. E. Ellis entertain at the pretty homo of their Crat Siiooteks. .Marshal O. J. New then read a paper on Habits in EducaMusic. -:father, Dr. Joseph Ballou, on the evenMies Annie Straub land and Constable T. J. Benedict .ran tion and Limitations following by Inter- Solo ing of the lT.th in honor of Misa Daisy Music. upon Bill Blakely, Fields Salter, Will esting talks by Revs. Mahony, SeverMisb Flora Ballou Harris, of Virginia. Recitation Hocker, Frank Drye and William Bogle, ance, Ellis and Prof. Cherry. We are giving you 1. 00, r. 25 and 1.50 Shirts for S9C Garner PerMusic. Mrs. J. H. Watts and daughter, Miss all colored boys, shooting craps in Mrs. After intermission the subject was fur- Address Prof. W. U. Grinstead Eva, of Harrlman, Tenn., are guests of M. cales and Madras for $1. Music 0. Burnside's stable yesterday after- ther discussed by Prof. Holmes Dr. Mra, "Henderson Baugh. The latter was Declamation "The Heart" noon and took them before Judge Car- Stapp and others. thrown from a horse a few days ago and A. M. Warren. AFTERNOON. son for trial. He placed a fine of $10 !i If". 4 considerably hurt. Institute was opened by a song with Debate Subject Music against each of them and they "Resolved that Corpormi entertained Miss- - and costs The Mm Laura Carter Miss Georgia Lewis at the organ. will serve it out in jail. al Punishment should he Abolished " es Nan and Sue Baughman and Miss discussion of the question "Regular Afilrmativo, 0. K. McOlure, Scott AnEflle Buruett and a number of other CollkokSold Prof. M. G. Thomson and how to secure it," was op- derson. Negative, Geo. W. Swearengen. We are giving you Imported French Balbriggan, formerly 2.00 per Music and gentlemen at her pleasant has sold the Hustonvillo Christian Col- ened by Mr. II. S. Young, who gave Paper "The Cyclometrical Chloropeptl- evening and all had a lege buildings and good will to Prof. B quite an interesting talk. suit, for 1.50; regular 1.00 per suit for 85c. homo Tuesday cal Circumbendibus." of Mieuouri, for $5.G00, time. J. Piukertou. Messrs. Hughes, Anderson and others Edited by Misses Lewis, Enoch, Thompequivalent to cash. The new president had quite a lively debate as to whether son and Bogle. CITY ANO VICINITY. Music. comes highly recommended as an educa- it is right for a teacher to visit patrons Chairman, Ohas. H. Holmes. Ladies' contest Friday night, Vug. 10. tor and the school will not euller in hla to secure the attendance of Er aliquo, aliquod fit. hands. The patrons regret very much pupils. Rev. Mahony, with his usuil Committeemen Lucieu Lewis, Logan noveltlt'H and China pieces. Silver to give up Mr. and Mrs. Thomson, who sound judgment settled the controverHughes, Lncien Bastin, P. W. Fast colors, 35c and 50c, now 25c. Odd Pants for boys now 50c. Danks. Carter, Jr. have labored so hard in the cause of ed- sy, Baying that instead of going about the Go to Craig A Uocker'u Cash Store for ucation. They will possibly conduct a country trying to drive the cattle into private school in eithor Frankfort or Mt, the Btalls, they should have the sacks books and school supplies. Sterling, where the goods wishes of pa- full of good wholetiome food and the catHate of all shapes, colors, sizes, quali- trons and pupils will follow them. .OF tle would run in. This hint to the wife was sufficient. ties and prices at Shanks'. Geography and its value was next A VALUABLE SLUE- Whilk driving with her friend, Mies Elocutionary contest prizes on exhiMinna Wagers, of Richmond, and Mr.W. discussed by Prof. Cherry and the InstiI will on the premises on bition at Danks', the Jeweler. ExC. Shanks Wednesday evening about tute. Intermission of 15 minutes. Our Loss is your Gain. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. 18, Fink, large, Mexican opals. Looso S:30 Miss Nora Moreland met with a orcises opened with singing by the choir, painful accident. Their buggy collided Miss Myrtle Hughes organist. atones $3.50 each. Danks, the jeweler. Offer at public tale the valuable tract of land in Firstlquestlon for discussion was penGarrard County. Ky , on the turnpike read lead with Mr. S. E. Owsley's carriage in front W. II. Tiiaylor, the distiller, is pre- of Mr. W. P. Tate'B and the occupants manship, which was Introduced by Mr. ing from Danville to Lexington, known aa "the Camp Dick Robinson Farm." The paring to build another big were throwu out with much force. Miss Garland Singleton, Prof. Cherry then tho Institute by some very Farm Contains about 335 Acres, For bargains In drugs, medicines and Nora was severely bruised about the entertained instructive lessons on the subject under And it one of the very best and richest tracts o( sundries go to Craig & Hocker'a Cash face and arms and her left wrist was land in the State of Kentucky. It it sprained. Miss Wagers escaped unhurt discussion nnd free hand drawing. hemp, tabacco and grass land and is in a higu House. MORNING. itate of cultivation. WEDNESDAY while a small cut on Mr. Shanks' chin Meeting opened promptly at S:45 o'HOall and boo Withers & Hocker for was the only damage he sustained. The It Is Well Fenced, carpets, mattings, oil cloths, buggy wub considerably torn up. clock with prayer and singing, Miss Alta With the very best pot and ratling, nearly new UickB conducting the music. and in good repair The dwelling house contains ,rui.', etc. It has recently been remodr Wrkck. Freight train No. 31 was badAfter the roll call Miss Maybellle ten or twelve roomi. reipocl a comforable, modern 6 eled and is in every Tiik tax bookB lor 1SU5 are now ready ly wrecked at a small brldgo near Parks-vill- Fayne and Mr. Dye aired their opinions dwelling home, in a fine state ot preservation, at 10:20 a. m. Wednesday. A con- on the 1st aubject, Mistakes in Aim and IN SPLENDID REPAIR.VERY ATTRACTIVE Please Bottle as noon as convenient and D. Newland, sherlil. tractor was putting in a stone founda Purpose. Prof. Lumley concluded the obliKe T. t No more comfort. bio or more desirable home, cither for stock or agricultural purposes, can be pins tion for tho bridge and had hoisted a subject In his usual interesting way. Full line of shirt waist aote, belt Btono as far as the track with a derrick. Languages was next discussed by toundin Central Kentucky, and belts In pearl, Bterllng silver and sil- When the train came in Bight he forgot Silver Jovellies. As It is Conveniently Located on Fine Misses Hicks, Wright amRJUffe. ver plate. Danks, the jeweler. the stone and gavo the signal to come some time was consumed In arranging iir Turnpikes and is well Watered Mn. S. II. Rout, of the West End, ahead. It did bo with disastrous re- the program for tho open session, the inSprings that seem to be abso From senda ub word that ho Iibb a fine girl at sult. The engine got over, but 13 cars stitute adjourned till 1:16 1" m. lutely inexhaustible, witn t.oughs attached; will Ber name is Virginia went down and were crushed in a shapewater avo head of stock in driest seasons. There AKTKRNOON. bis house and that are several good outhouses, a large, new tobacco less mass, almost entirely deatroying will hold l)are- Institute opened in tho usual manner. barn that houses. so acres of tobacco, and three their cargoes of wheat, corn, meat, Ac. After roll call, composition was Introduc- tenement Is not only on good turnpikes, but of Spectacles, The land Deckelmann's Buperb orchesMusic by Engineer Geo. Pruitt was hurt about the to the Q. & Imitation Cut Glass, by E. B. Ritchie, and further dis- eisy acceas to Danville, C, L. & N. and L. S. rail, Lancaster, Bryantsville ways, and tra will be a drawing card nt the ladles hips, but not seriously. Superstitious ed cussed by Misa Kate Bogle and the In- Harrodsburg and Lexington, elocutionary contest at Wolton'a Opera people can make what they will out of Full possession of the property will be given structor. usual privilege of seedHouse, Aug. 10. was then introduced by January i, 1896, will the the Fall. the fact that it was bridge 13 that gaye Physiology ing In small grain during . in paresis and The land Norah Philips, discussed by Insti- a whole andwill be offered accepted. Other then as terms the best bid Jambs Fbyk, of Hustonvillo, will put away, that 13 cars wore wrecked and Mlsa day of sale, and elucidated by Prof. Lumley. reasonable and made known onGENTRY, elegant line of millinery goods In that the road was blocked 13 hours. Pas- tute RICHARD in an Fancy China. Trustee L. W. Hudson. He will senger trains made transfers and were After intermission History was taken the room over hlsBtore this Fall. 4 waa manifested. T. D. Englsh, Auctioneer. up and much interest delayed about 1 hours. employ city trimmer. world of hats at W. II. Shanks'. Walnut Flat, the country home of Indeed some of our natriotic young pod agogues waxed eloquent. Miss Georgia Chai) & UocKCR, cash druKKists. Ev Hon. John Samuel Owsley, Sr., was a Mercer advanced good ( Farm Yard Fence. tete-e-tete- s, A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky., m Kin-drick.- of to-da- y. SASH, DOORS,BLINDS Metal Roofing, Rough, and Dressed Lumber Lath, Shingles, Eto, L, Play-grou- A.l-r,yfS court-hous- m grand-childre- n, up-ho- ld Van-devee- r, XC.SS-ULl-- t SEVERANCE & SON. PREMIUMS! to Every Offered One. Al-lee- hi CHILDREN'S SUITS! FURNISHING on - GOODS. R ujs Tell-tal- e It-di- es rani r Ia . t non-attendi- CHILDREN'S SHIRT WAISTS PUBLIC SALE - We Must Make Room For Winter Goods. W Ml '95, Wcclncsdayt Sept. ware-hous- e. (DMIK MAWUY AJTO KT BAM(&AINSa THE GLOBE Strictly One Price Clothing1 House J. L. Frohman & Co., Prors., Kentucky. Danville, first-cla- ss te 1 a -- never-fallin- BANKS THE ' JEWELEK V M SEMI-WEEKLT I accidentally by hpr brother near Cynthiana and ehot Every Tuesday and Friday will die. FubllBbod AT Dick Suter, of Louisville, killed row at a PSB YKAH TV ADVANCK Harry Kelley In a charged.-- " Frankfort. not scpaid 33.60 will be TWhen Raina have destroyed tho rico crop K. C. L0CA TIME CARD. many parts of Japau and a famine is in IJT, MUll NEWSY NOTES. Mrv Peddicord waa bar-roo- m Trains leave suiifoid 417:15 a m' nil arriving at 4:30 m. and o: si p. m. P- 3 p. m. threatened. L&'.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. N mint for coinage. , DuritiR the last fiscal year United patents were granted by the Trains pai Junction Cit as follow : 11.48 a m No a North ...3 3 P m States patent oilke. No. t South P m s ......uiSa m " 4 " e ...3.13am The wages of store keepers and " s ' .,..11 35am " 6 "' ...fjooam 840pm ''to 5 been materially reduced by have Note. No. s and 6 and 9 and to run no furMiller. Com ther than Junction City, nor on Sunday A coke boes at Welch, W. Va., fatal ly shot one and seriously wounded miner who assaulted him. The First National Bank of Chicago charged oQ $1,000,000 ol ita surplus to profit and loss for doubtful assets. A couple of children, one aged sevP en and the other three years, were con. vlcted at Rockport, Ind , of horae-steaing. Glasgow, which baB been nominally dry for 20 years, decided Monday by a majority of 74 to continue the eame old way. A convention of Texas democrats favorins the slvir IdeB, met at Fort Worth and adopted the usual 16 to 1 r8 olulions. After repeated defeats, George Absolutely Pure.i Gould'a vacht Valiant, has been with contests with the new A cream of tarter baking pow- drawn from the Defender. der. Highest of all in leavening The Baldwin Locomotive Works and Latest United States the Westinghouse company have comstrength. Government Food Report. bined to introduce electric motors for standard railroads. ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., While stealing h coat oil a "dummy" 106 Wall Street, New York. in front of a Chicago Btore, a negro fatally in- - t nil'mati arid seriously wounded a merchant. Those indebted to the estate ol John M. Reid During the 33 days races at Oakley will please sett' with me at once and those to whom it is indebted will present their claims prop $115,000 were paid out in stakes and purorly verified to me for payment. ses. Ben Brush heads the list of winners JOHN B. FOSTER, Exor. John M. Reid 3S with, $5,000. Ilenry of Navarre won 20.7-15j...t-3- Ko. u. Train going North No. 16. " South No. " JJ No. QUEEH & CRESCENT. t. 117pm 3Sm u04pra bare will be sent to the Philadelphia '5 P w The death of Dr. ClitTord Uudoon, of CovinRton, is attributed to the excessive use of clparettes. Ten million dollars' worth of koA rbu-ger- It is a fact which all leading physicians admit, that nine times out of ten a patient Mill recover without the assistance of a doctor. With the advance of general knowledge people understand better what to do Medicines in thetnsches for themselves. can not cure , Nature alone can cure . but medicines help Nature. Take nn illustration. Let us say you have sick headaches occasionally, with diuiness, sour stomach and loss of appetite. You do not need to go to a doctor, for every one will tell you it is biliousness, and that what you need is a liver pill to clean out the bowels and arouse the torpid liver to action. In this case you can buy many different kinds of liver pills, but the best course is to secure the lier pills and also some TONIC PULLETS for purifying the blood and toning up the system, so that you w ill not be troubled again. You can get both of these medi- Saving:' 25 Cents. aTs. prick, Surgeon Dentist, N THE BASTIN HOUSE, DH. W. B. PBITIT?, -- teuxBi Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Tramiinltthl and day Patrons laken to any part of town Kiee of Charge. GcoJ Livery Attached. day. n-m Stanford. Ky. ' I t Office over McRoberts' Drug Store In UuiMmg. " 2! the Owsley Fare rf Hotel $1.00 per A. II. IIASTIN, J'rop. Dentist, ..... : Stanford, : Ky. Opposite the Post-OUi- DISSOLTJTIOIT. The firm of Drs. 1'ettus A Walls, Crab Orchard, has been dissolved by mutual consent, i'ropcr notice of ho will be authorised to colloet accounts will be siven minis paper. A committee consisting ofCoonty Judge, Attorney and Clerk o have appointed Dr. J. I). I'ettus to do the and pauper praetiee till Oc itt. peer-hom- Kai5h7ille, Tenn,, College forToung Ladies, Office on Main Street, Pi PQ ! wi" VVe U ,h hiit ' "O t for cash or ILLiO. Stanford or atIn my lor leather Kon tiade court data at wl- - home THE HEALING WATERS" STILL FLOW FROM OLD Rev.Geo. W. F. Price, D. D., Pres., Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, Formerly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Principal. v. bHU.IIWi t SIINIT in Olten m W. S. Hurch, Ally at Law. R. M. NewUnd, .Deputy Sherltl. Buroh, Stanford, c& ITowland, Conoral Colloctors, Crab Orchard Springs. Since their discovery mate than a cnturr SCO. these famous Springs fue Knell ealtli ami pleasure to a mightv army ot tuahds and Tourists from all parts ot tho world. The Springs are cines, in separate boxes, for one price (25 cents) if you ask your druggist for biliousness and constipation. Facultr Three llulldintrs: room fer too Lincoln Oo., Kentucky l'ationage of 40 Otlicers, Teachers and Lecturers v andcroiu Irom entire outh. rrlvllrges in We offer our icrvicts to the public to do a gen Muc Conservatory. ArtMudio. Gym llmlnei. nasium. Kiue Passenger Elevators. Term begins eral Collecting pans ol the Accounts, nules, etc oeJtected In all county. 11 6m ept, , 195. fcend for Catalogue. si-j- RPH, Hsfcl an-oth- er Rnmon'H Tonic Liver Pills nnd PcllctH. Together they cure BROWN MFO. CO.. New York. W. S. Stanford, BTJHCEC, - - At nil dealers, or mall, foraoo.,6 boxen $1.00. ' Now Open for Reception of Guests. Boating. Howling, illlliards, Dancing. Driving, Outdoor Games, Good Muilc, New Litery, An Excellent Cuisine, And all that goes to mak your visit enjoyable. Attornoy at Law, Deb.om "Your CstttlQ. to any place where there are six or I do the work with the 10 lehoin. Lifhtnlig Dehoroer Can dehorn any cow la three sreouds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, doi snot crush nor break the horn, as the clipper does. It Is the only humane way to lov not punish he animal like the saw, and the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw. Kor further icfermallon, call en O. A. I'KVTON, Stanford, Kv. See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook, 101. I will go Kentucky. more cattle For sale by V. B. McRoberts. . TERMS MODERATE. Otnce on Lancaster Street, oppoitc the Court House. Collections receive especial attention SS de-he- l- ?mm JAMES F. UOLDASI, Hoard Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the De mocracy, ovftuuer eiecuoD, lojj. I anJ Rooms, IB to Sis per week. Special Rates to Families and Societies. Cor further information apply to GUi HOKMANN, J'rop , Crab Orchard, K;. 1 SPRING AND SUMMER. Something to Boautify.the Ladies. Daily openining. New Hats, flowers and lacesl We gl the assurance 19 the trade that they wil. find In our establishment the same eicluslveness In style of pittcrns, hats sod bonnets anil all the leading novelties in Millinery for which w ate known throughout the country. trimmer lor the I hate secured a Thsnking you lor past favors, we resp.jt fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally bestiwed. M D DUDDKRAR' KATt DUDDKRAR. Manager. (irsi-clasea-so- I am row THE readr to deliver Ice irom the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory ICE I POWDER Queen &Crescent ROUTE a, At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds And over and;Kc a pound for to pounds and up to IUO. Hills due istaf each month K. IIRKMER, cunlerd, J. : T. : STJTTOIT, hustonville.:kentucky. OHeri his services o the people c! West LinFull HOC of Colons coln and Casey Counties and Caskets always on hand. D !. Carpenter, Manager. 9J TO THE LADIES 1 ITOTICE. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. 44 oo 4 oo 4 oo ..... 4 co Harper's Harper's Harper's Harper's Magazin?, Ono Year " Weekly, " " Raiar, Young People ' " Postage Iree to all subscribers in the United States, Canada and Mexico. HARPER & BFOIHFRS. Address I O Box 93j, N. Y. City. John D. Castleman. A. G. Lanhan ROYAL iRsuran.ce Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAtf MANAGERS, Ootamerce Building, Louisville Age-i- t, Afects throughout the South W, A. TBIBBLE, Local STANFORD, KY reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed Chatta-uoogthrough trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Mncon, jt and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, Hot Springs and Asbcville; nnd from Cha'ttanoogo to Jackson. Vicksburg, Mmroe Tk Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and and Shreveport. tir Sati Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, via New Orleans or via Shreveport. f!i :... . "OilUll. t unit lium ilir.- Tilno. flmca- fMtf to Cincinnati A . ...,.-.. ..:i. irrr.ttittimlnti-I'ree Parlor in natron. Si' d .. v . Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Obscrva- tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. r?li. TTEi....ry.Ji-- j r"xrThe South Carolina registration law, . W. C. Klncaron, Chas. W. Zell, rfat-- ; . about which there has been .so much VV. I f a .i r Ajl . tinriri..(i4 State is now upheld contention in that by Judge Gotl, of the United States court. Miss Carrie Uart was thrown from a wagonette by a runaway team at Henderson and killed, nfrer Bhe had heroically saved a child by lowering it to the ground. High license iu Rochester, X. Y., has reduced the number of saloons in Is Receiving H1b that town from 1,005 to S50. and increas: ed the revenue derived from them from : : $49,14Sto97,9GS. The French chamber of deputies, by Goods Warranted and a Periect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. a unanimous vote, passed a resolution favoring a treaty with this country, whereby all differences that may arise will be settled by arbitration. Near Whitesburg, Eli Hix and hie Full course in Literary Department. four children were burned to death. a. Hix had come home drunk and built Five Months with Board, &c, for SS5, $90, S95, according to grade. firn in the kitchen, which In some way set the house on fire in the night. Mre. J. M. HUBBARD, President, Hix rescued one of her five children. . undertaker, My MiiunKy Stu x is f ill tn I onplcla Call and csaminc and you will Ik sure to buy a new Spring Hal MISS LICCIE HEAZLEV, Stanford, Ky TEE LADIES CORDIALLY I i W ei.t """-- ... ?y. G. B. -- COOPER, ..Proprictersof. ....... - : INVITED - I $2,-10- 0. IvorV fllldJECCdMStaljlC, s STANFORD. KY. -- Ce:aar.-iS.J.1'4ilT.l To call nd examine my spring Millinery, whuh t mi opening up I nrldc mvtclf that ii Is wellHiring selected and that It it bouii.l in rlrk "Sh.1 ""C"'1 determined to stllfttr casn, i cau Hi attne lowest posifblc prices An cjiwiiuuon win convince )ou. MRS A A. McKIVNEY. X 1 . .v.. sZzzgpy&Z mi - Having bought of P W. Green Mi LWerv business and added new buggies and Uurse., we ate prepared la furmth I HLFIRST-CLAS- S THE London. "d. RILEY V. U. HOUSE Kontuoky. H.g.R0PLEY,- - TURNOUTS RILBY, I'roprlotor, itwtotttHSfo - - The traveling public will fiad ... ..,.(- - n,i illinf to turcish Drum- Wasoas. either single or double!, or m.ri I have to ages ol a kinds at tcry LOW PRICES. The. ) prepared movedevermy new Hotel and am bcttu than to boysin and around town will alto find us the peo- I Oeod Livery attached accommodate the public, and every convenience dc town n!. in ilrll with. Stun with us when in and ve-at- . Give m. a call. A.,,, ami entrrliinm.nts and your horse rRANK R1LEV. a.A.t fnr i ....il .. u.il l. a,t" "" "" O. II. COUPKR w. a juxas Myers House Stable, Manford, Ky. T.SS. MANlliII S7 On short notice -- i.. 1 irn " SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. TO THS CITIZENS Of Lincoln County. The New JONES BROS., Sole proprietors Deans Illack Diarrond Roo Paint. Kstimales furnisned for painting Wood, Metal and lino Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. All tools painted with Dean's illack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In best deem Pumps and Galvanued Iron Kilters. 6;-i- m Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Educate Your Daughters. Gallatin, Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, Is now n full operation, and Invites the attention ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, sup erlor workmanship and low pries. Note FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or STANFORD, KY. Portland. .Tott San Francisco. Howard Female College, Tennessee. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. NBTMW3EST Via The. .. . "nDi.la,Jisviii-Mt- v AiMr iCHizinohj Only Dining Car Route From x,ouxssrix,x.s TO CHXC&GO. Elegaut Pillman Vestibuled Slerners ot Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address JTRANK J. RElU.i E. H. BACOV, f. Agent, w J D. P. Agent, v.mcjgu. Louisville. j. jr The Richmond fair cleared ISOO. A few loads of corn for salo. Jos Ballou, Stanford. A few extra good lambs for sale. Jos. Ballou, Stanford. P. W. Green boutsht of J. H. Hock-e- r, mare of Hustonville, a fjrS125. Southdown bucks, Poland China boars, Shorthorn and Jersey bulls fcr sale by F. Reid, Stanford. Yates. Hudson sold to George Cogar last week a car load of potatoes, 450 buBh-elat 40 cents a bushel. Advocate. Court days are indeed falling into innocuous desuetude when only 40 cattle were offered at Paris Monday and not all five-year-o- Money, I am representing the Money, Money! North-western ld Mutual Life Insurance Co. ready to make loans in this and adjointhe loan department and am ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full information and application, apply to TO LOAU. JOH1T H. 3SIRBT, Insurance Agoxit. s, St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., WESTERN TICKETS mm,tmm,iimm FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEsTrOUTE TO THE Dr. G. A. Traylor Iibb 100 acres of land lying at Hubble well improved that 'MONON' . : Route, he offers for sale. Address or apply to I him at Hubble. Bettle Mack, Al Hutcblngs' green mare, wont an easy mile in the last half in l:02J- -a 2:05 Rait, 2:17i AND at Danville the other day. J. C. Johnson Bold 120 Tennessee ewes to W. E. McAfee at 52.75 a head. Many wheat slacks have been injured by the damp weather. Advocate. Great Bakoain CO acre farm near Stanford for sale. Improved and in a SOLD TO high slate of cultivation. Call and see ALL POINTS: or address me at Stanford. M. Speed OHIO, W PSflNA, ILLINOIS, Peyton. The law makes It the duty of every WISCOHS.N, Derson holding lands In Kentucky either MISSOURI, KANSAS, by lease or otherwise, on which weeds - 93EBBASK, commonly known aa Canada thistles, COLORADO, may be growing, to cut the pame, so ph ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, to prevent them from going to seed and , ripeniug. TEXAS, A failure to comply with the law carries with it a forfeit of 15. I Denver. to can for Be SURE ' ; st. Paul. MERSHON first-clas- s & . GREER, Proprietors. NORFOLK five-year-o- ld All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing style. done in 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. hundred. J.p.r hundred. As low as $i 30 perboardinic at Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather per hundred. As low m i )p 1 1.50 per hundred. Attention of the public is invited to the fac Alfpatterns and thicknesses ol Ceiling In yellow that this is the only National Hank in Stanford pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low as ?i j per Under the provisions of the National Hank Hundred. Iwuble dressed lumber as low aa Ji per are secured not only by the capital lumber-quartehundred. Ueaulitul vellow pine finishing us you. stock, but br the stockholders1 liability lor oak, Ac. Save money by giving amount equal to the slock, so that deposltora ol this Institution arc secured by a fund of 400,000. U'd"'THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, Five sworn statements of thecondttion of the bank Lancaster are made each yearto the United States governjytrr ment and its assets are csamlned at stated limes by government agents, thus securing addititoaa tnd perfect safely to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Rank of Stanford In llil. then 11. d as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j and "5..ZS I W. GREEN, Proprietor again reorganised as the Hirst National li.nk ol Stanford in tiit, hat had practically an uninter: : : rupted eilitcnceol it years It is better supplied now with lacihties for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Hotel and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fidut KtU ...ti .ieiinir ihisi taylUknown H BUM firms and Individuals respectfully solic-tewill contloue to eive inj guvlt the pol.Kit ntlen ciaries, The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Travel- Korestus Reid, Lincoln county; to Special S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Public. J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Ha den, Stanford; S. II. llaughoian, Lincoln; J. S. Ilocker, Stanford;' V. A. Trlbble, Stafford; Ky 1 M. D Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, manford; Has more nice Furniture than was ever in HusK. L. Tauner,;.McKinnev; tonville. More pretty lluggles, Surreys and I'hsetons. Mote good Cultivators, Wagons, Plows and moronlce Harness, llndles, Whips and more J. 8. Mocker, President; Hinder Twine than was ever seen here. He inJao. ). McRoberts, Cashier; vites the public to call and see hla stock and get A. A. McKinney, Attt. Cashier. Cider Mills and Cane Mills. prices. r SOME OF OUR PRICES: Capital Stock yellnw pine flooring at Psttectlyelearpoplaror Surplus 8200,000 23,700 The Myers HouseJ Kentucky. s ew. r.-nr- Stanford, ... d. Attention' ing the D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, M. S. Uacghmin. J. W. IIauguman. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raorMiKTOKS- - Farmers Bank&Trnst Or STANFORD, KY., Co - MR. & e: kinley. Has charge of our Painting Department. en siferiesced fmkter. Give us a trill. Is now fully organised and ready (or businets witk 1891 Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthyof consideration. aMfsjQy A V p? JiBHssBesi LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, ..-ss Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Now $200,000. ,000. 9r KORTH AND EAST. qiUfilAH ' VESTIBULED COACHES, CARS SLEEPING AND DINING SEE THAT TOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE yORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAi CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LIME. Dcjcrlptls Write tor Kates, Mnt. Mmphlets, to nny Station Agent, or to M.f. BRAGG. ALtCN HUlt, W 0. VCVItL, if lit. fe.'llucrrl1. Mi. 'BIS.U. Ir..ll aoisuw.Ti inmost, vi. Titno-Titble- 1"' t r-- turn! Third Come home, dearest all larirJveal Peorsoa'a Vfvzziy. lest Llko a Woman. woman enA young nnd tered Charing Cross telegraph office the other day nnd wroto out a dispatch to be Rent to Manchester. Sho read it over, reflected for n moment nnd then dropped it on tho floor and wroto a 6econd. This she also threw nway, but was biitlsfied with tho third and sent it off. Tho threo telegrams read: First Never let mo hear from you tigain! Second No ono. expects you to ro well-dresse- d They have Proven. a Success. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANFORD, doting up) with the same asseu and undsi the same managoment. Uy 1;.,.... e.iun ... a rill. No thin IT but fully provisions of its chatter, depositors are as ti .. protected as aie depositors 6rst-claturnouts will leave our stable. be us Dankt, its shareholders being held in National individualls for rate). In our luole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the SHOP HARNESS troount invested in such shares. It may act executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fullr as Brias You will find a good assortment of Harness, an individual. done dles, Saddles, 4c Have your repairing We haveby To those who entrusted their buisiness to us a man, he understands bis business. our while mnsglnu the Lincoln National Hank ol mechanic in our Stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their butines; BLAOKSMITHSHOP. with us, olloring as a guarantee for prompt attea-tlo- n to same, our twenty years' espenence work and satisfactory it Will guarantee banking and as liberal accommodations as are cna. pices Tty our hor shoer. tislent with souud banking. Kentucky. first-cla- Wallaoa Stanford, B. Attorney at Law, .,.. Varnon, - J J. Willi lias, Ml. Vcruuu; . II. S.uuks, ttinford; DIHXCTORt: J. S. Owsley, Stanford; G uarantee Satisfaction Call and se e. Kcntuclsy. ;giu "-- "- Ls HIGGINS & McKINNEY, r Willaci as Executor,Admlnistrtor ard Assignee .. a - C. Special attention v C.HI.M.nl.- r1 -- -, ates, as Attorney and Sale and Division afants' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. ovei Supt..W. F, McCla S y's office. ... S.J. Eiubry, Stanford; J. P. ef, Stanlord; J. F. Cast , Stanford'; 0i William Gooch. Stanford- A. W. Carpenter, MlUecgreville, W. II. Cummins, 1'ieachtrsi lis S. H. Sht nkr, President, Dr. J.B. OwsJcy,Caihler, W M. Bright, Tel cr. "iXy" 'H'1 S.IMSE jWJ-Wt- '. J