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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895081301 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. MM WI.IIIMM1' N Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. The Lost of the Teachers' Institute. FRIDAY MOHNINO. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 13. 1895. KIDD'S STORE. J NO. 47 OF A LOCAL NATURE. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. y Iuotltuto waa called to order nt 8H5. The choir Knthered round the oritan and Mies Myrtle ilushes led In slnKinit appropriate aom. Prof. htnnley after The rending a chapter, led In prayer. roll waa tailed and a few interetliK After topics wero disposed of. following program for counthe ty niceting as read: "Addrenaof Welcome," Mr. Scott An derson; "Iteply to addreaa," Mr. 0. 11. Holme; "Vocal Solo," MIbs Loulle 08-ley'Taper on School Management," Mta llllchle; "Recitation," MIm Lnak; 'Taper on l'rlmnry Work," Mies Georgia Lewis; "Music by Orsh Orchard talInter-tulBnI- on, ; ent." The Instltuto had the pleasure ol listening to n nice addresH hy Dr. Tinker-ton- , of Christian College and Rov. Shel-toof Stanford Female College. The subject, "Duties of Trustees and 1'arenta," waa Introduced but aa the Trustees "came up mleaing," the Inatruo tor thought it out of place to discusn It, and Discipline was discussed by Prof. Lumley and the Institute. This concluded the program, and tho county association wna organized, and the following officers wero elected: Mr. E. 13. Ritchie, president; Miss Kate Bogle, vlco president: Misa Mary Thomson, secy, and treasurer. DIst.otHcers: Stanford, Miss Jennie West, vice pres ; Crab Orchard, Mrs. Josephino Fayne, v. p; Hustou-TillMla Uertie Enoch, v. p ; Wnynes-burg- , MissLula Hicks. The committee on resolutions presented the following, which was adopted: inaourno.Ns or ksspkct. A useful and gentle life camo to its close when, on the Oth day of May last, William F. McOlary, tho superintendent of common schools for Lincoln county, calmly answered that aummons which, sooner or later, comes to us nil. Tho teachers of Lincoln county here assembled do therefore, not as a mere form, but iu simple truth mid sincerity, lav g upon his grave. He this was a good man. He was a good citizen. He was, what only such a man and citizen cnn mBke, n good otllcial always zealous, conscientious and Arm iu of every duty, and at the same time unfailing iu courU-s- and consider-lio- n toward his associates. Tho example of his brnutiful and modest life Is a grateful legacy to his family and to the people among whom ho lived. May the memory of it iu the hearts that loved him bo sweet and lasting. Whiriab 1, Miss Kate Wain, superintendent of Lincoln, has presided with ease and dignity over our institute and has shown herself thoroughly in touch with the school Interests of our county. 2. Prof. W. E. Lumley has shown himself an earnest and protlcient instructor and has been uniformly patient and courteous In bis treatment of all. 3. Prof. Ritchie and Misa Georgia Lewis have performed so well tho duties of aecretary and assistant secretary. 4. Misses Georgia Lewis, Alto Hicks, Myrtle Hughes and Maybelle Fayne have rendered excellent service as organists; and whereas the choir have so ably them. 5. Mr. Idol has so kindly furnished the organ for our use. 0. Profs. Cherry, Grinstead, Rev. Mr. Kondrlck, Kev. H. 1$. Mahony, Rev. W. E. Ellis and Profo. L. 0. Bosley and W. G. Lackey by their presence during the institute, have shown so groat an interest in tho educational interests of Lincoln and whereas by their instructive talks they havo rendered such timely aid. 7. Tho citizens of Stauford have given so hearty a welcome and havo manifested such an interest in our institute. 8. Misses Uallou, Straub and Ilurch and Meurs. Helm, Warren and Severance have rendered such valuable assistance in making our evening entertainment a success and whereas tho committee on program for Thursday evening's entertainment havo been untiring in their efl'orts to make the same a success. 9. Editor Walton and his excellent coworkers havo extended so many courtesies to the teachers of this institute. 10. Re it resolved that wo the teachers of Lincoln county institute sesombled do tender our most sincere thanks. (Miss) Mary Kay, Ohm. of Com. All the time after recess was taken up on grammer after which the institute a Ijourned sine die. n, e, heart-ollerln- ct E, B. Ritciuk, Secy. Georgia Lswie, Af at. The Sunday School convention, Lexington, August 13th to 15th, is the occasion for the sale of round trip tickets via the Queen & Cresent Route, from all Btations In Kentucky, at half rates. They will be sold August 12th and 13tb, good until August 17th to return. Ask Queen & Crescent agents for particulars. W. 0. Rlnearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, Mrs. W. I). Slsgg spent last week visiting friends and relatives at and around Stanford. A four gallon young Jersey, dam six gallon cow, or sale hy J. T. Bohon, Kidd's Store, Ky. It is Intensely gratifying to his friends that tho excellences of Prof. Will Grinstead, of Danville, are asserting themselves despite his persistent efforts to keep n bushel over his light and that honors are deservedly showered on him at his old home, where a prophet's merits rarely received recognition even in days of thaumaturglsts nnd inspiration- Rumor has reached here that an appreciative community has made Rev. W. W. Bruce, of Hustonville Presbyterian church, h liberal, living and tempting offer. The vlnoyard laborers are deserving a decent living if they can't collect their hire. It is said that tho West lenders have enjoyed moro and better preaching almost absolutely without money and without cost than any similarly favored corner of tho missionary field yet hrard from. Mrs. W. J. Bohon and daughters, Lillian aud Louise, were visiting relatives near here last week. P. W. Ream and wife, of the Ream Nurseries, passed through town Friday on a social outing. Walker W. Lyons, of this neighborhood, one of the best neighbors nny community can boast, is supremely happy In what all the visiting ladies pronounce one of tho prettiest boy babies they ever saw. Blessed with a gem of a little wife, the boy completes tho circle, and noRcquain- tance giudgeH Walker a cup brimming over, except his partner, Dave Allen. George Bohon and wife, of Harrods-burp- , paid their brother Tom, of our BUburb, one of their decennial visits last week, George did uncommonly well. Arriving in time for an 8 o'clock supper he impatiently awaited breakfast next morning before starting home. Belle Ruine, of Atlanta, a Lincoln county girl, gave her girlhood friend, Mrs. Bunn Bohon, a delightful surprise Utt Saturday by arriving an hour at'ter announcement of her intention to pay a long promised and expected visit. Elton Ford, of Lima, 0 , left for homo Mouday, after a taste of Kentucky hospitality, and with a conviction that bloody-shiperiodicals should bo suppressed, Whilst deploring the loss of so no compliecd educators bb Prof. Thomson and wife, Hustonville should ever account it a red letter day that Rev. Prof. Burnett J. Pinkerton decided to cast his lot with that goodly people. Prof. Pinkerton, when a Collegemate of tho writer, was a brilliant Chesterfield who commanded the esteem if not affections of every associate, and waa one of the few of whom all predicted destruction in whatever vocation he adopted. As an educator of girls he enjoys repute little less than that grand old Nestor of the guild, with whom many should deem it honor to be even contrasted, John Au gustos Williams. Much interest was felt by many iu tho Vardeman-Gitlortrial at Liberty last week, and mauv witnesses were in attendance till Sam, the defendant, took French leave at nooning hour, wheu custodians were Vardeman and Gilford are residents of Long Branch, tho delta of which is near Sycamore Orchard, on our outskirts. Some time since Vardeman was paesiug GitTord's, wnen a wrangle resulted in Vardeman discharging one barrel of a shotgun at Clifford, 'vhich took efiect in G'b. arm, permanently disabling him. Conflicting reports of the ditllculty have been current and the conservative awaited trial with some curiosity. The encounter was so near the Catey and Lincoln lino that a survey was made to determine jurisdiction. Rains continue at short intervals and the way that weeds do ruah from obscurity into commanding prominence on best cultivated fields wouldconvlnce tho most skeptical of the detailed accuracy of the gourd-vin- e episode of Jonah's thrilling experiences. Threshing machines are developing an epidemic imperfection of wheat stacks, and the amount of care and painstaking labor necessary to preserve the grain in a merchantable condition persuade many farmers that their crops should command at least $2 a bushel. 'The bundles as delivered from are pronounced too large and unwieldy for successful stacking as un der the old regime. Just where our altruistic friend finds consolation and hopes to derive compensation in his inability to securely stack his grain, after a against all contingencies of weather wo wonder nnd patiently await. Our leaning is yet a little toward the grumbling granger. Mrs-Mar- I rt d tide-wat- er self-binde- rs self-bind- er, o. drugstore. nueklln'a Arnica Salvo m t for The best salve in the woild sores,cum, bruhesDan Emmett, composer of Dixie letter, enuptores, ulcers, salt rntum, lever ed bands, Chilblains, corns nu an luan upuuu., Land and father of minstrelsy, will make ?i Dotitively cure piles, or no pay reputred. It it l .r. j.. ? aH.rArtlnn nr mum-- - -bis farewell tour with Al Fields the com sruaraniccu . PnceaJ cents per box. For sale by ing season, refunded. Ho is 80 years old. j A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. cry know iu value and those who have not. hae now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the advertised druggist and get a tilal bottle tree. Send your name toll. E. Uucllen & Co., Chicago, aud get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Tills as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor Tree. All of which Is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing at A. K. Penny's Thote who have used Dr. King's New Discov All Froo f. The residence of J. P. Haley, at The members of the Glee Club were Somerset, was destroyed by fire. Loss entertained by Miss Fannie Collier Frij day evening. $3,000. Mrs. Mollie Young bought of Mrs. Centre College authorizes countv judges to appoint some young man to a' James I. Hamilton her combined black cuuuiniaiiip ri mai couege, iree oi cnarge, mare for 1150. Miss Annie Roystou entertsined the wtio is unable to pay tuition. Board will cost $2 per week. "Walking Club" Friday evening by a Rosa Gordon was acquitted at watermelon cut. The union sermon was preached at for the murder of Mary Suth- erland whom she cut to death at Corbin. the Christian church Sunday night by At the same time she also severely Dr. J. L. McKee. Miss Alberta Anderson was stormed wounded Millssa' Brown. Mrs. Josephine Hogan Reed, widow one evening last week by the members of William L. Reed, and mother of Mrs. of her club, the juvenile set. Messrs. B. F. Robinson and A. J, Bedell Chancellor and Mrs. Beverly San- dige, of this county, died at her home in Rice shipped several car loads of lambs Danville Friday after a protracted ill and cattle to the city markets lest week. ness. Elder Jesse Walden is conducting a A mob attempted to take Jackson protracted meeting at the Christian Ray and Matthew Lewis from tho fall church at Scott's Fork, in this county at Springfield Saturday night for the The Presbyterians selected several purpose of haDging them. Thev were new elders Sunday morning, Mr. Wm. smuggled out by the sheriff and brought Herndon, Dr. James B. Kinnaird and to Louisville. They were aceuaed o. n- - Mr. John M. Duncan. saulting Mrs. Shields. Misa Debby Batson has accepted a Mr. F. J. Campbell sends us the fol- position at South Boston, Va., as music lowing incident of the fatherly feeling of teacher for the Institute. She will leave Gen. Wolford for his soldier boye: Sept. 3 for her school work. Just previous to the battle of Mill Mr. Bright Herring has told his enSprings the regiment wa encamped on tire crop of wheat, and it is reported a Green river, near Neatsville. One morn- good yield, to Cogar, of Danville, at G3c ing I received orders to go at once to aud the toll. Mr. Herring also Bold his Col. Wolford's hoadquarters for special crop of rye, barley aud oats to the same service. I was but a hoy and unfit for party. scenes of carnage then imminent, though The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chriscould always delight the colonel by play- tian church first intended to give their ing Yankee Doodle on my cornet. The musical and literary entertainment tbe special duty proved to be an order to go 15th, but tho time has been changed to to Stanford, (my home and watch out 13th. All are most cordially for any struggling members of the regi- invited. The sanctification meeting that has ment and "tell them to hurry on to camp, for there's going to be a fight." I per been conducted by the Methodists in the formed the duty faithfully, not dreaming Flat Woods vicinity, has closed after till long afterwards that it was only a lasting several weeks. Many were and professed sanctification dutrick of the noble old Roman to save me ring the meeting. from its hardships and dangers of the Charles Ball, the youngest son of Mr, battle field, John Ball, was hurt one day last week CHURCH AFFAIRS. by being thrown from a horse. At first Hon. E. J. Howard, of Middiesboro it whb thought he was fatally injured, bb rehas deserted politics to become a preach- his skull waa fractured and he had ceived many cuts and bruises on his er. He has also deserted the Presbyte body, but later reports are that he is serians to become a Baptist. riously hurt, but not fatally. At a meeting at Old Orchard, Me., It was announced that Misses Altoo.000 was subsribed Sunday for missionary work. It is said to be tl e berta Anderson and Nellie Griffin would in tho elocutionary contest largest single collection ever taken up not take part at Stanford on the 10th, but they wil1 for this purpose. Bishop Uaygood has changed tho most assuredly enter as contestants for of Lancaster peodate of conference meetings in Kentuc- tbe prizes. A number will go over. It will be remembered ky aa follows: Kentucky conference, ple Miss Alberta Anderson won tbe silfrom September 11 to IS; Louisville con- that ver medal here last Spring. ference, from September 25 to 20. James Uumber, formerly of LancasMiss Mary Bruce, a missionary to ter, recently escaped from the E. L. Brazil, will deliver an address at the for severMethodist church Thursday night. Her asylum at Lexington and al days had been running at large subject will bo "Brazil and the Mission ary Work Done There." There will be in the county. Men, women and chilno admission lee and the public is cor- dren fearing some violence at his hands, a thorough search waa made for dially invited. In bis sermon Sunday.! Rev. W. E bim. Sunday be waa found at tbe home Ellis said there were people in the of Mr. James Fish at Crab Orchard. Mr. Will Elkin, of Atlanta, is here church too stingy to be Christians. True visiting his father, Capt. T. A. Elklr, indeed, and he might have added that there are very many holding member- Mrs. Margaret Dunn and granddaughter, ship also that will never see the King- Mies Margaret Mason, have returned dom of Heaven because they neglect acd from a four weeks' visit to relatives at Henderson. Will Burton, of Oynhtiana, refuse to pay their honest debts. is the guest of his uncle, R. H. Batson. Dr. W. P. Harvey went to Penola to dedicate a Baptist church there, but on Mrs. John E. Stormes has returned from arriving fouud that the red lemon-?d- e a visit to relatives in Nicholasville. Mrs. P- Grant and children, of Dan men, the pop corn, ice cream and Dr. S. ville, were guests of Mrs. Grant's moth candy stand fiends had the day. He J, didn't think such things wero approprl. er, Mrs. H. A. Price, last week. Mr. C. Thompson, wife and daughters, Miss ate for such an occasion nor for Sunday, es Mattie and Mary, are sojourning at so he declined to preach audjreturned to Dripping Springs. Mr. Willis Adams Louisville. and daughters are guests of relatives in Rev. W. E. Arnold,; whose four tbla county. Mrs. Kauflman, of Huston years aro nearly up and according to tLe ville, is tbe guest of Mrs. Emma Kauff-marules of his cnurch he will. have to leave Miss Nellie May Farris, of Lex' us shortly, tells ua that the Stanford and ington, is visiting Lancaster relatives McKendreo Methodist churches have and friends. Miss Leayell, of Lexingduring his pastorate raised over 17,000. ton, is tbe guest of her cousin, Mrs. R. Considering that there is not a rich man A. Campbell. Mr. John M. Orand, of in the membership of either, this is reWaco, Texas, is visiting Mr. H. O. markable. The Methodists may bo pot r and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. but they are the payingest people of all. Browning, of Lexington, are the guests The church here is in a most harmoniof Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Mr, ous condition and Mr. Arnold will leavo Joel Walker and Hon. L. Y. Leavell are it with the love of all its members and at Clear Creek Springs. Judge Sterling the sincere regret that he has to go elseGrimes, of Cuero, Texas, and Mrs. Kate where. Jones and children, are visitors of Mr The bitter feelingi between Corbett Alex Denny and family. Mrs. H. O. and Fitzihumons was shown in an at- Payne has returned to her home at tempt of the former to pull the letter's Athens. James Y. Curry, of Nicholas nose when they met! In! Philadelphia. ville, is with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore The Australian put himself in an atti- Curry. H. M. Ballou is enjoying a stay tude of defense, but frienda rushed in at Crab Orchard Springs- - Mr, and Mrs. and parted tho two brutes. R E. Hughes, of Lawrenceburg, are the The Mexican warlbpgan April guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller. Dr. 1S40, nnd ended July 4, 184S. The total E. P. Bender, of Louisville, is here for number of regular troops who served in the purpose of extracting and filling this war was 30,054, while tho volunteers teeth. and militia numbered 73,770, a grand toThe G. H. & D. will run an excurtal of 113,30. sion from Cincinnati Aug. 15 at 15 to The managers of the Atlanta Expo- Niagara Falls and return; tickets good sition are trying to arrange for 300 Full-ma- n for five days. $6 to Toronto and return; Bleeping cars to side track in the tickets good for for five days, f 10 to city for visitors to sleep in at $1 a night Thousand Islands and return; tickets per berth. good 10 days. New statistics show that out of 0 Soo the World's Fair for 15 Oonts Indians, 30,000 are, church members, Upon receipt of your addiess and ij cents in we will 35,000 pay taxes, 189,000 are self supK stage stamps World' mall you our Souvenir rlfolio of the Columbian Exposition, porting and 22,000 votedjat the laBt elec- Tbe regular price is joe, but as we want you to have on we make the price nominal. You will tion. fiod it a work of Art and a thing to be prized. It Near Odebolt, la., two brothers and contains full page views of the great buildings, wlthdescripticnsof same and is executed in the another man were killed by lightning highest style ol art. If not satisfied with it after we you while taking refuge from the rain under you get itbook.will refund the stamps and let Co., keep the Address tl. . BucMea Chicago, III. a tree. Bar-bourvllle con-verteJ 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. Everything new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. Drugs and Medicines, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. A splendid assortment. Whieti is Worse, A bat that can't see in daylight or the buyer who wont see big values when offered ? LOOK AT THIS. A Clay Worsted Suit for $7.50, never offered before for less than Sio and 2. Alpacca Coats and Vests never scld for less than $5 now $3.50 and one that never sold for less than S3. 50 now $2.50. Ginghams and Dress Goods on Job Counter at 5 10c, never sold for less than 10, I525c We have bought many goods for the Fall trade, especially Shoes, so that we are in shape for any emergency. Your buying of us depends on your coming to look. We know if you find what you want in our house you can and will buy it. Come see. 1 HUGHES & TATE. W. N. Ckaig, M. D. J. W. Hocker. CRAIG STANFORD, & - HOCKER, - KENTUCKY 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 H. Bellebaum, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. of Spectacles. JS--L. ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, And The BEST IN THE COUNTRV, You are invifed to call and see them. - FARRIS & HARDIN .HjsA u. K W1A1EM, -- Dealer In- - Jen-uin- Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STANFORD, EY. W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. PIANOS and ORGANS. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and on easy monthly payments, or'any 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. 6?" Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue teaching as before. Address , P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. THE BLUE-GUAS- S 247,-00- HERO OP Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. BronaUgh, Pror, Kentucky. Grab Orchard, PiSt 'or salt from thi best tjpts Stock. Breeder secured from ins beet herds In of Register i ttvtral different State. Correspondence Solicited tOttttLmik " " ' '' . ,,&&w. , ! were burned had received 10 full yards. True ' J. W. Bibb sold to W. A. Coffey for claim Three Pittsburg seen the calico measured. The mor- HowkllK. Jackson, associate justice delivery nine yearlings at lost art of weld November 1st of the U. S., who bore the unusual die chanthadlaidhtsBtickdown on the goods to have discovered the 3Jc and two at 3c. tinction of bavins been appointed by a ten several times. Each time he would ing copper to iron or steel. The Midway Clipper reportsthe sale of PendleJ. U. Higgle, republican president, though he himself stretch the calico along the full length of of 50 yearling cattle to bo delivered the county, has been found to be f This week all summer goods will be closed out at 25 per cent, less was an uncompromising democrat, died the stick, pull it back with his right ton last 10 days of October at 31. 10 short in his accounts. band and reapply the stick to another Fri- than their real value. at hia home in Nashville, Thursday eveWe have In tuo 2:10 pace at Terre Haute The British steamer Cxtterthun, ning after an illness more or less severe part of the bolt. There could be no misday Fidol won in straight heats in the has been wrecked oil New South Wales, of six months duration. Whilo serving take. He bad counted for himself. And fast time of 2:04 J; 2:071 and 2:05 J. stick of orthordox and at least 60 persons were lost. a term aa U. S. Senator from Tennessee, there, too. was the Kentucky's corn crop is unprecedtipFrank Marks killed his uncle, Doc President Cleveland appointed bim cir- shape and pattern. The ends were ented. Tobacco is growing rapidly, and 8wango, with a hatchet at Shelbyville, cuit judge for the 6th district, which in- ped with braBs. It was flit, long and Ind., because the latter cursed his wife. there aro good prospects for a large crop. dicludes Kentucky, a vacancy having oc Blender, of a yellowish color, and was W. M. Matbeny and William JohnAt Franklin, Pa., Maud Corbon, with various vided and 00 curred by the death of Judge Baxter. aged 14, attempted to poison the entire son bought in Tennessee Oct. 1st delivery at Lamar died, President Har transverse marks, some longer, rome for Sept. 15 to When Judge family becauso her mother slapped her Below actual cost to effect immediate clearance. We arc determined rison appointed him to the supremo shorter, all intended to show the half drowned near 3c. Three trainmen were There is a greater acreage of tobacco this season to make a clean sween in evcrv department. Wc don't bench and he entered upon its duties yard, the quarter yard, the eighth of a Bainbridge, O, by the collapse of a in this county than for years and it was March 4th, 1893. Though ill at the time, vard. and even the inches. A better bridge, caused by an engine leaving the probably never better at this season of vant to carry any summer goods over, that is why wc are selling he went to Washington to make a full looking Btick never served the purposes track. custom-- 1 the year. bench in the consideration of the income of retail business. And yet the Judce Patton. of the 24th district, is The Onward mare, Beuzetta, winner tax law, which he decided was constitu- er was not satisfied. There was a struggle between his apprehension that he fnot dead after all. A serious illness of tho Kentucky Futurity, won the 2:13 tional, against the majority of the court is recovering caused the trot at Terro Haute and lowered her rec Judge Jackson was twice married and might unjustly suspect his merchant and rom which he hia business like resolve to have fair rumor. ord to 2:00. seven children survive him. A Blackburn man won the Legisla. Lee Thomas, the man who bought Mr. Harmon, of the weights and measures. Finally he ven Mr. Carlisle and tive nomination in Nicholas and Robert Elkin, 2:241, at the Richmond fair for cabinet, and Senator Lindsay are spoken tured the remark that to his eye the son, the two counties having out one $400, has sold him to Ell Kindlg, of Phil- of for the succession, but as the court calico seemed to fall short of 10 full representative. adelphla, for $800. will not meet for more than a month, yards. "Yon saw it measured," said Frankfort, Ind., has an eight year-old of That are worth $1.50 and the 3 sale of Men's Suits we sold early in Shanks. "Yes," replied the customer, P. W. Green will take a apthe president will be in no hurry to child that will become a mother in a good horses to Atlanta to dispose of in the season for "the count was right, but let me see if point. 5.00, 6.00 and 7.00 and the 6 00 sale of Men's Suits Cincinyour yard stick !b right." Pulling a tape few weeks, Bays a special to the a few weeks. If you want to sell a horse wc sold early in the season at 9.00 and 10.00. The friends of Blackburn are trying to line from his pocket he applied it to the nati Enquirer, or two you might do well to see him. C. K. Wrack was killed in a fight in l stick and found that it measured just 32 counteract the influence of the r Harry B the valuable and fast by the silly statement that Mr. inches. "That's all right," said 8hanks. Harlan county between some employes sold recently by Tip Bruce, of of Watterson is for the Senator, but being "You see we have two standards of of A. J. Asher and several members dropped dead shortly after being the Gross faction. can not dic- measurement now They are merely a salaried man, he unloaded from the express car at Bos Thirty two coke ovens have been ton. tate the policy of the paper, and io forc- both lawful. By one standard the yard ed to write against his friend at another's stick is 30 inches long and by the other fired up at Mingo mines at Middlesboro Cogar A Co. have bought seven car Any thinp in Dry Goods and Furnishings for Ladies or Men in dictation. This story is said to have been it is only 33 inches long. I buy my goods and 30 more a week will be started until loads of low grade wheat at prices rang300 are in operation. summer goods will go now at half its former price. originated by John B. Thompson, of in a country where the old standard of ing from 32 to 03 cents Midway Clip-peA Chicago man and his bride arriv who is alleged to have Btated 30 inches prevails, but I sell them herb that the great editor told bim so bimeelf. at home where 32 inches is counted a ed in San Francisco a week ago on bicy Great Bargain -- CO acre farm near But it wont even do to tell the mar- yard." "Do you consider that fair deal- cles, having ridden the whole distance Stanford for sale. Improved and in a ines. The pursuasive ordor of its own ing," quoth the customer? "Oh, yes," between the two cities. high state of cultivation. Call and see Two men were killed and a half doz- or address me at Stanford. M. Speed improbability is borne so apparently on said Shanks. "The law recognizes it and its face that Mr. Thompson will have to no man can be considered unfair who en injured in a freight wreck on the Peyton. cut and come again. He certainly can't complies with the law." "Ail right," Big Four near St. Paul, Ind. All the The Laurel County Fair, which A. URBNSKY & CO., Proprietors, believe his own words and he ought to said the customer. "You can keep your men were beating their way. starting as a good one has steadily grown The Western Union Telegraph Comknow that the general reader has too calico and I'll buy where I can get SO better, will give its 10th exhibition T. D. RANEY, Manager. pany makes about f 1,500,000 annually much sense than to swallow them even inches for a yard." Secretary O. H. Moses will please nayal cum grano sails. Good farmer friend, you recognize this furnlshlne "exact time" from its accept tender of courtesies. observatory office in Washington. at once aa a fable. Why do you not as Lady Harris, the fine saddle mare Branch Stores. Novelists have written and orators readily recognize that, in principle, this The Standard Oil Company has owned by Mr Sam T. Harris, is one of prated almost from the beginning upon thing actually occurs, when you have a leased 20,000 acres of land in Knott coun the biggest winners in 'her class so far the forgiving nature of women, when double money standard one of gold and ty and will begin boring for .oil. The this year. She graduated at the Spring- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. wronged by their husbands. As a gen- one of ailver. Money is but a yard stick, field is thought to be a rich one. field fair and has to her credit already eral thing their eulogies have been de- a pound weight, a bushel measure. It is The plant of the Central Stamping enough blue ties to make a small bolt of served, but Richmond, Va., furnishes an used only as a medium of exchange. It Company at Newark, N. J., was destroyribbon. exception to the rule. The new woman is not value in and of itself. Its sole ed by lire, causing a loss of $500,000 ana John O. Herndon bought 40 hogs of on being given the right to fix the sen- function is to help us to weigh, to meas- throwing 487 people out of employment Jessamine parties at 4 cents. J. O. Adtence of her husband arrested for drunk ure, to estimate the value we get when Jacob Gigax, a wealthy citizen of ams, John D. Harris and Kit Chenault enness and beating her, promptly said we make a trade. I want to buy from Zanesxille, O., 70 pears old, committed sold their wheat, about 5,000 bushels, to A Big Line and "Thirty days in jail," instead of doing you a cow. You have more cows than suicide by deliberately thrusting his Covington, Arnold & Bro., for GO cents. the regulation act of falling on his neck you want and are willing to sell. But I head between the wheels of a passenger Richmond Pantagrabh. and weeping, while begging the court to have nothing of value, which you are train. At W. O. France's tale of trotting of a second give him one more chance. If her ex- willing to accept from me in exchange. E. O. Bald took stock at Lexington Friday, Red Wilkn ample is emulated there will be fewer So we are at our wit's end. Finally, it off Johnson's Waltbam record for a mile brought $9,800, a Pennsylvania manse-curiOffered. drunken husbands and fewer wife beat- occurs to me that I have something in competition, at the Chicago South-sid- e him. Mr. France gave $30,000 for ers. Such cattle have always presumed which the world over represents value. track. His time was 1:58 half of bim several years ago and since upon the patience and long suffering of It is callod money. I offer it, you take Because of a defect in the law, the then he has earned over $100,000 in the those they bayo promised to love, cherit and go to your neighbors and he ac defaulting treasurer of South Dakota wrs stud. He is getting pretty old now. ish and protect. sentence. He cepts it for a horse which you need. let off with a The Harrodsburg Democrat says On best Vapor Stoves made, at strange that stole several hundred thousand of dol that Dan Moore has sold a yearling thor Now it strikes me as very The Manchester Star says that it has when you know tbat you take money for lars. ougbred for $000 and was offered f 1,000 never missed an issue and that our stateR A. Dicktrson, a druggist was shot for a two year old. Sales of 27 cattle everything you sell you do not want is a fabriment that it is a money which is aa certain and fixed in and killed at Eiliston, Ky., by Dr. A. G. pounds, at 4J, three cars of lambs at cation entirely without foundation. Beg trading world over aa is the Elliston, of New Castle, who was on a 3c and a lot of hogs at 4j are also report-epardon; we should have attributed the value the train, and fired at Dickerson through the stick and pound weight. in that paper. infrequency of the paper's visits to this yard you car window. The commercial value of silver, as If the Garden of Eden were located office to the carelessness of the mail Chicago can get hotter and colder In Kentucky this year (f aiperabucd-anc- e as of its very well know, is only about half handlers instead of to the laziness Friday cold. It is folly, rank idiocy, to than any where and quicker. and our first parents still alivo they editor and single compositor. To get out ereat as that this ought not to be so, and then the mercury recisterd 104, the heat be could eat all the apples they wanted good a paper as they do under the Bay as populist party, or the re ing so intense as to prostrate several per- without subjecting themaelves to any difficulties they are subjected to, is jump into the The immense line of Furniture wc bought while in the city is arparty, which is coquetting with sons, one fatally. punishment except such as might be in riving daily. Every piece was greatly to their creadit. and if in a form- publican selected from the choicest lines shown The city of Lexington has at last herent to apples "in our midst. populists, to remedy the evil. We er paragraph we Bald anything that we the Tax Collec in the Cincinnati Furniture Exposition. recognize the fact that the laws of brought suit asainst You will find the With the exception of a cnnplo of are sorry for we are glad of it. The Star must tor J. Hull Davidson for all uncollected cows, which sold for $17 and $1S, theie it atoneB for a multi- trade are independent of legislation and is republican, but beyond the control of any one nation. We taxes during the four years of hia term was not a hoof of cattle on the market tude of fault by supporting ita worthy . We might pass a law that an oak tree of office, a total of $125,400-25yesterday. There wag some demand for townsman, Bob Ford, for treasurer. MayorSutro, of San Francisco, has feeders and a buiaII bunch of sheep shall get ita growth in five years. But at the end of the period the oak would still ofiered to the State University 20 acres were taken home unsold while the few In keeping with your purse. Come in and look through. Wc take A large number of the unpurchased be a bush. You might get the next leg- of ground within the city limits as sites plug horses that changed bunds went for pleasure in showing our goods. Our carpet line is a new feature and unpurchasable country newspapers islature to pass a law that wheat should for a library and other college buildings. a song almost. The crowd was the larwhich will certainly interest you. seem to be ably assisting the venal gold be worth a dollar a bushel, corn $3 a bar- The property is valued at $1,500,000. gest for several courts. bug press of Louisville in "helping Jo" rel and hogs 10 cents a pound. But the The report sent out that Glasgow Master Commissioner R. O. Warren Blackburn. To keep their courage up laws of trade would soon knock into had given 72 majority for license instead sold at auction yesterday the Pendleton he and hia friends wbiBtle and profess to Btnithereens the laws of the Kentucky of that majority against turns out to have Jenkins farm of 229 acres on the Stanbeliovn that the opposition of these paUndertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. legislature. For the benefit therefore of originated in a clerical error. The town ford and Milledgeville pike to B. G. er pers will elect him. Well, if they like everybody, buyers and Bellers, debtors will continne to have its blind tigers. at $30 95 and the 175 acre farm on that Bort of thing Burely they haye and creditors, let us have one standard, By the collapse of an the Stanford and HiiBtonville pike to R enough of that sort of thing to like, takas may be, by building in course of construction, in H. Logan at $41.75. He also sold 540 exposition o' aa fixed and invariable ing the Courier-Journawhich we can estimate the things we New York, at least nine men are believ- acres of knob land, belonging to I. N. Saturday as a sample. Eighty men Johnson in favor of D. A. Baugh for $SO0. buy and the things we sell. Let us not ed to have been killed. have two standards of unequal functions were employed in the structure at the The elder Rodenbaugh who was shot for measurement and estimation. This time. In School Supples at by W. N. Lane at Versailles revived would be as foolish as to have two yard Mound explorers on the Fox farm against the predictions of the doctors sticks of unequal length or two pound in Mason county have discovered in an and iB still alive. The funeral of his son weights one of 10 and the other of 14 old mound eight skeletons, each inclcs -:- brought out many .imprecations on the ounces. ed in a stone box. The finders regard murder. Lane is in jail at Lexington Ky. them as traces of a race tbat antedates and his neck is still in tact, the more's NEWSY NOTES. steel-worke- Last'week a customer entered Shanks' beaten and outraged by a lot of toughs which they will pell very cheap. dry goods store in Stanford and called for near Reading, Pa. Ji H. Baughman & Co., bought yes10 yards of ralico. Selecting the piece, A New York woman went to sleep terday about 300 bushels of wheat at Stanford, Ky.,,- - August 13, 1985 Shanks measured and cut the goods. The while smoking and she and her little boy G2Jc. customer having an eye to business and were burned to death. Reuben Gentry, of Boyle, has a A New York woman went to sleep withal being a good judge of measureBerkshire hog that weighs W. P. WALTON. ments was a little doubtful whether he while smoking and she and a little boy S00 pounds. to death. he had iEMl-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL A Financial Fable. Mrs. Lizzie Wilson, aged 83, was Owens & Given8 have 230 ewes test and Final Got OF THE SEASON. V three-year-o- ld rs S w Cut Prices on all Summer Goods ! sub-divid- two-year-ca- Boy's Knee Pants Suits for 75 Cents. d car-loa- Courier-Journa- pa-ce- Dan-vill- e, No other Offering Ever Approached it in Value. Har-rodsbur- r. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Aug-21-2- 3 one-fift- h ng 5. two-year- GASOLINE STOVES. ' Speeial Inducements, Extremely Low Prices ! s' 1,-3- "try-weekl- y" W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S d READ THIS TWICE ex-Ci- ty Styles in Taste and Price WITHERS & HOOKER, Go-v- eight-Btor- y l's Every Thing You Want! STANFORD College, Female 1895. the pity. new water works reservoir to be com- cars. pleted in a few days will hold 5,000,000 A young woman has just opened a gallons. commission office in Kansas has been gotten out in City. An injunction Mrs. Daniel P. Stewart is to succeed Philadelphia to restrain the city from her late husband as sheriff of Greene permitting the liberty bell to be taken to county, Mo. Atlanta. We suppose these "brotherly Tom Hunt, at Central City, accidentbrethlovers" are afraid their Southern "preciouB and historic" ally killed his eon by dumping a load of ren will steal the coal upon him. old relic. Frank Wilson, of Marlon, O., iu at ATOana,N. C, a man named Cain, the point of death from eating 25 banakilled hia brother over a division of nas on a wager. George Dean, a farmer, of Harlan some uroperty. And yet aa wtee a man suggested that there was county, accidently shot and Icilled hia as 8bkeepere t iLI.. In a nemo. live-stoc- k Hopkinsvillk is going to do the editors proud at their coming meeting. At Washington and other cities are least she is going to give the teetotlers flooded with counteifeit silver dollars. plenty of water, if they may have to The O. & O. shops at Huntington, hustle for something more solid. The W. Va., burned and with them 40 freight Green goods men caught West Vir- ginia farmers for f 12,000. Daylight revealed a bloody tragedy at the Eastern Lunatic Asylum. W. Huret during the night had pounded e, Stephen Do Long, to hia death with a brick, under the impression that bo was the devil In a spasm of desire for reform in municipal afiairs, a citizens' ticket has been nominated in Louisville, on which 0 republicans and 0 democrata are named for alJermen and 12 republicans and 12 democrats for councilmen. . room-mat- the Indians. Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. 3 l'rimiry, Preparatory and Collegiate DepartClinical and Special Courses ol PENNY'S DRUG STORE. fctudy. Schools of Muiic, own Department. ments. Scientific. Art, French and Elocution. licit teachers employed, each a spccialiM in her A Large Stock and each article the very best to be had at its price. 4) u Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of teachers. For further information, address WILLIAM SHELTON, President. 34 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. OUIUIUB step-daugh- ter. Winter oats for Bale. O. T. Bobon, " Hustonville. for sale. Jos A few loads of corn Ky. Ballon, Stanford. A few extra good lambs for sale. Jos. We will continue the coal business at Mr. Hlg tins' old itsnd and will have on hand at all times Ballou, Stanford. the very best coal whicn we will deliver promptly. We will sell strictly for cash and will make It to George Baker bought in Pulaski the interest ol the people ol this section to pay Cub. 37 few fat heifers at 3c. All TRUN KS R R. Noel & Son, VALISES Kinds Successors to J. I). Hlgsini, Dealers In ! of Coal, Stanford, TELESCOPES AND CLUB BAGS AT H. 1 1 J. : M'ROBEBTS. "W"WtB8H pi J..'.. A. NWP pnmmAJA-ja- : j ' "h nVar-'irt- ohmi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1U, 1895 Shirt waist sets. Beauties at Danks. A ( Blue Lick water at Craig eler. Hooker's. Stanford, Kv., - Auoust Silver novelties at Danks, the jew Don't all to attend the ladies' contest 10. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Friday night, Aug. If prices have auy effect W. II. Shanks Deckki.mann is uuBiirpasscd as a repairer ol watches and jewelry. The Is the place to give your orders for cloth-inwork iatlonu well and promptly. The i stock of watchea, novelties and jewelry The orchestra has decided to give its be will take pleasure in showing you is complete, well selected and at very low hop at Walton's Opera House tomorrow (Wednesday) night. Frlci'8. At Penny's Drue Store. g. . 7 PERSONAL POINTS. A I'oaT-omc- c Tub trustees are making a number o Garrard. relurned from needed improvements at the College and Miss Edna Courts has but for a lack of funds a great many more GreensburK. Miss Katk Blaim Is visitinc friends in would be made. . Six persons, whose combined agts were Uustonville. Mr. P. M. McKoiibiits attended the Ca- 102 years were dined by Mr. G. P. sey court last week. at Somerset the other day. Mb. Clakkncb 12. Tatk is again at James Frye is otiering some great barHock Onstlo Spring. gains in dry goods that ho extracted from Mrs. Mickky Johnson, of Casey, is the great Specker Bros' failure. Don't visiting Mrs. Lee Myers. of Springfield, 18 buy until you see them. Miss 8ai.uk Pure, with Mrs. J. B. Hundley. The ladies of McKendree church have g Mies Fannie Wist, of Garrard, Is decided to postpone their church supper Mrs. A. G. HuUman. indefinately, mention of which was made Tin infant daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. in our issue of the Oth Inst. A. J. Karp is danKeroualy ill. Hardin Beldkn, for disturbing religMr. J. T. Lynn, of Louisville, was ions worship at h'eol's Creek by shooting with Mrs. Mollie Wray yesterday. Mr. J. N. Sharp, of Williamsburg, has his pistol oil, was fined 20 before Judge Davison Saturday. The act was combeen the uucBt of Mr. K. W. Cain. Mibs ViiKUNiA Kowman, of Danville, mitted in June last, but Belden gave is the guest of her cousin, Mits Josephine himself up a few days ago. Sal-lee, Miss I'lc.uiL, IiuitNstDE is quite sick. Taylor, Mm. J. 0. Hays is vitrftluK relatives in at Public, Pulaski county, with William post-maste- has been established r. vlel-tin- m With potatoes at 25c a bushel, corn at Rev. 0. Pont, president of Mlllcrsburc 5c a dozen roaatiug ears, apples 16c a Collf gp, is the guest of the Hev. W. E bushel, tomatoes 5c a dozen and other Arnold. Mhh. J. E. Urcck is at Linnietta vegetables to be bad almost for the gathIn the lead. Our Mr. Joe Severance was in the city again this week,, Springs and Mies Lena Druce is visiting ering, no one need go hungry in this land, which in addition almost Hows looking for and finding Bargains. relatives in Uoyle. Mas. Lizzie Smith and daughter, Mies with milk and honey. Atnle, of ltichmoud, are the guests of In crowds of 10 a special rate of $10 Mrs. Woody Hale. for five days, including railroad faro from Mlfs Isauclla Uaimcy is back from a Junction City and etige fare, will begiv protracted viiit to her cousins, the Misses en those who want to go to Cumberland Wingate, in Woodford. Falls. Fishing waa never better there We have many good things to offer, which you will do well to ex-Missis AMiiRoaiA Thomas and Virginia than at present. For particulars write Robinson, of Louisville, are guests of to M. C. Thurman, propr. amine. Mrs. W. U. Mclioberts. To Mammoth Cave. Mr. N. J. Cone, Mr. Oahholl U. Rbid and Miss Sillie -Cook, of Uustonville, visited relatives of Milledgevllle, is getting up an excursion party to Mammoth Cave, which will here Friday aud Saturday. Mies Maooik Lewis, who has been per- leavo Junction City, Aug. 20, at 1:30 i fecting herself in music atCircleville, O., m. Railroad fare will ho from ffl 05 to 5, 10 to 60 in the party. There will be a reStock of Table Linen, Napkins and Towels was ever before shown returned home Saturday. duction of 25 per cent, in the cave rates MissBsDaiw HoLMiaand Artie Rob' in our city. inson, of Lawrenceburg, aro guests at and 33 in the hotel rates. Mr. George D. Wearen's. Rock Castle Strings, tnrough ProDO NOT FORGET we are selling Lawns and other Summer Miaa Clyus of Lancaster, prietor J. S. Hughes, offers a rate that is who la a most expert violinist, was hero the almost as cheap as staying at home. For Goods regardless of cost. Friday with a view to getting a class. $10 be will furnish free transportation crats at Louisville, which is an endorseNKW ADVKBTISKMItNTO. Mahy Abulock, of Rowland Mies and give you 10 days board at the de- ment of the gold standard basis, the only and her cousin, Mary Burnes, of Lex- lightful place. See Mr. Hughes here or one practical without international agreeington, are visiting friends at Livingston. write to F. J. Campbell there, if you ment. His arguments for sound money Mr. MaxSalingir was up from the want to avail yourself was unanswerable and bis exposition of of the lowest rates city yesterday and helped to wait on the over tbe faithful manner in which the demo offered. J r. BARKER, Proprietor, large crowd that flocked to the Louisville crata have administered the affairs of Frequkt showers and much sunshine State were bo clear, forcible and truthful Store. - Miss J Keel Cook, a charming beauty, continue to make the corn and other that even bis way faring brother in law, Rite TWO DOLLARS Psr Dv. of Ut'stonville, in visiting Mrs. H. J. Po- crops hump themselves and the pros- the Hon, William O'Connell Bradley, test and Mrs. 0. W. Bull. Harrodsburg pect of a plentiful yield of everything though a republican could not have erred Rfiuodelcd ind refurolihed throughout. Large grows more flittering. Yesterday was therein had he been present and heard mud Democrat. Commodioui Sample Koomi. one of the hottest days of the season and it. There is no truer democrat than Hallitnd office connected by Electric Belli. Samuel W. Mknekkk left yesterday to I'rouipt and polite wmce to cuedi. 47 take his position m stenographer and the signal service promises that Tues- Dick Warren and none who will go furthday shall be warmer. ' general clerk (or the Deaf and Dumb er to serve party ends. . His speech was at Danville. Miss Georgia Lewis, who had con- highly complimented and will do a vast Mrs. U. W. Brosauoh met at Junc- tracted with the Goshen trustees to teach deal of good. We make all kinds of concessions. In Clothing we are now giving tion City anil enjoyed for a few hours, their school, was reluctantly -!let off by COLLEGE, you Sio, 512 Suits for 57.50; The Crab Orchard barbecue drew a GMISTWN her cousin, Mrs. Sue Curd, of California, them in order $10.50 and $15 Suits for Sio; $18 and that she may take the one large crowd of democrats from Lincoln, wh'om she had not seep for yesrs. S20 Suits for $15. at Mt. Xenia, wtiich is convenient tohur Garrard aud Rockcastle, estimated at Mrs. M. 0. Williams and Mies Nannio homo and will enable Hustonvillo, Ky. her to be with her 1,500 to 2,000, and they were treated to a Kennedy, of ML Vernon, stopped on mother, who is in bad health. Goshen's their return from Louisville and spent a loss is Mt. Xenia's gain. The school feast of reason as well as a flow of bur A Home School for the higher education ol goo as good as Gus Jaubert ever made. young day or two with Mrs. W. T. Saunders. ladiet, combining the comforts and refining opened yesterday. Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt waa master influence! ol a Christian Home with thorough inMisses 1attik Bosley, Mamio and struction in all the eleraen's that enter into the The ladies of the Methodist church at of ceremonies so far as the speaking was education ol a cultured Christian woman. The We are giving you Pearl White and EugeniA Pulliam have concerned, and his introduction of the nextannual session of this old, well known and 3.00 and 3.50 suits for 2.50; 4.00 and 4.50 suits for popular institution returned from a delightful Irlp to Niag- Junction City will give a lawn fete Aug. apeakers.'was in his most exalted style 3.00; 5.00 and 6.00 suits for 4.00. ara Falls, Toronto and other points of 22d for the benefit of the church. A fea M. F. North, candidate for the Legisla- Will Open Monday, Sept, 2, 1895, turo of the occasion will be the sale at interest. ture, although somewhat ill, made a Jtlh a full ci rps of instructors In all departments, Prop J. H. Allk.v, of Janio Wash In- auction of a year's subscription each to Litiraiy ami Scientific, Music, Art, Normal and short but encouraging speech, J. (.ommcrciM Hoard, tuition and music for term ol stitute, was here Saturday with Mrs. J. the Danville Advocate and Interior -:- of Garrard, also made a few twi n y Weeks J8j For Catalogue address Huir, who left at noon for Orertou, Journal, which the proprietors havo do47 J PIXKERION, President. well timed remarks, but tho speech of Uustonville, Ky. Texan, where her husband will teach nated at the solicitation of the ladies. McCrea-ry- . This will ue a test of the popularity of tho day was dolivered by Gov. We are giving you 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 Shirts for 89c. Garner Per- next session. He waa in excellent trim and for 1 Mrs, FoiikSTUS 1!kii and son Horace, the two papers, if Bro. Woolfolk will cales and Madras for $1. hours ho held tbe vast crowd in deepest left on the early train yeBterday for St. tote fair and not hire . interest. It was a powerful plea for OF Joe, Mo., to visit Mrs. J. H. McAlister. Assassination. Jack Adams shot and Bound mouey and democratic harmony Mrs. Mary Bowman accompanied her as instantly killed Robert Capps Friday af- and it had a telling eilect. Those who A VALUABLE BLUE- FAffl far as Louisville. Fi ternoon in Rockcastle. They had been heard it say they never beard a better OrMr. James F. Holdam, of Crab I will on the premises on on bad terms since the Rov. Vf. G. Capps, speech from the governor or from hardchard has been notified by Superinten- the father of Robert, attempted to mur- ly any other man for that matter. If 18, '95, We are giving you Imported French Balbriggan, formerly 2.00 per dent of Public Instruction Ed Porter der Adams' mother, to whom bo bad there was a free silverite in the crowd at Offer at public tale the valuable tract of land in Thompson that he is eligiblo to make been married some three years. Adams the beginning he must havo seen suit, for 1.50; regular 1.00 per suit for S5C. tbe Garrard County. Ky., on tbe tarnpike road leadthe ruco for school superintendent. and Capps met on the highway, when be error of bis way by tbo full light the ing from Danville to Lexington, known aa "the Camp Dick Robinson Farm." The opened fire from a u. d governor threw upon the fallacy, and CITY AND V.i'INITY. Adams attempted to shoot the el- como over to tbe side of sense and rea- Farm Contains about 335 Acres, Danks, the jow- - der Capps, when he was being conduct- son. Tho dinner consisted of burgoo And u one of the very best A kteh dinner cups and nchest tracts ol eler. ed from the county jail to Masonic Hall and barbecued meats, temptingly pre- land in theStatrof Kentucky. It is (ictup, 1.U.11.U aim grass iitnu ana in a Ulgn Fast colors, 35c and 50c, now 25c Odd Pants for boys now 50c. An electropoise for sale, Apply at this by the sheriff to be tried by the Masons, sented, and after the onslaught and ev- state of cultivation. of whose body he was a member. erybody bad been filled, many baskets oillce. It Is Well Fenced, full were left. It was democracy's day Notwithstanding the prediction made and it will toll most gratifyingly at the With the very btst post and railing, nearly new There wasn't a aingle tiling dono in and in good repair. The dwelling hojse contains by knowing ones that this would be a November election. the county court yesterday. ten or twelve rooms. It has recently been temod. eled and la In every respect a comforable, modern hard year on fairs, the half dozen or After dinner tbe crowd enjoyed some dwelling house, in a fine state ot preservation, Elocutionary contest prizes on exhi- more that have already held their exhi(uuny races. George Lee James' pony bition at Danks', the Jewoler. bitions have come out successful finan took tho prize offered by R. L. Edmiaton. IN SPLENDID REPAIR.VERY ATTRACTIVE No more comfortable or more desirable home, See our beautiful silk shade, genuine cially and otherwise. The Lor. anon fair a suit of clothes, winning two heats over (or stock or agricultural purposes, can be Our Loss is your Gain. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. Kioto banquet lamps, Danks, the jew- last week was no exceptiou to this rule. Ohorley Dunnigan and Perry White, either in Central Kentucky, found The crowd was large on each day, the who got a heat each. Andrew Bucban, V eler. show of stock was comparatively good an won tbe half milo race for plug sad . It is Conveniently Located on Fine You can get a tailor tnado suit at W. and the races wre Turnpikes and is well Watered Lincoln die horses over two other entries, and H. Shanks' in 29 hours. A fit guaran. county, as ustfal, had stock there and of Put Goer, Stanford's champion sprinter From Springs that seem to be teed. course got her share of the premiums. beat six others in a hundred yards race. lutely Inexhaustible, with t.oughs attached; abo will water aoo head of stock in driest icasona. There Call at Craig & Hocker'a and get a Mr. S. T. Harris' saddle mare, Lady Har- Owing to tbe rain, tbe bicycle races were are several good outhouses, a large, new tobacco barn that will hold sample of absolutely pure baking pow ris, took nearly everything she showed not run. R. H. Bronaugb, A. 0. Dunn icnvuicoi auuscs. so acres of tobacco, and three for and Mr. C. 0. Carpenter, of the West and The land Is not only on good turnpikes, but of der, free. 0. E. Gentry wero the judges. easy access to the Q. & C, L. & N. and L. S. End, could count his blue ties almost by and to Danville, Lancaster, Bryantsville. It is remarkable that in that largo asGet youresorved Beats for the ladies' the Bcore. On account of a heavy Lexington, rain semblage there was not a drunken man Harrodsburg and of the property will be given Full possession elocutionary contest. On sale at McRob-ert- s' Friday afternoon the 2:18 and 2:35 class and consequently not a row occurred. January 1, 1896, will the usual privilege of drug store. gram trots were unfinished and the fair was In fact, everything was halcyon and tbe 'The smallwill be during tbe Fail. land offered in parcels and then as a whole and the best bid accepted. Other terms K. 0., baa a muuuuou over mi oaiuruay. yuite a Anaer was amtuumousiy suspenueu, Smith Forman, of the reasonable and made known on day of sale. RICHARD GENTRY. daughter at hie house and be is the delegation from Stanford attended Thurs- our Kidd's Store correspondent would Trustee L. W. Hudson. day and Friday. proudest father In Rowland. T. D. English, Auct'oneee. (, two-heade- Held. Hin-JMA- The republicans decided to wait tlU The card of tho Barker House, SomerSeptember court to nominate a candidate set, J. F. Barker, proprietor, appears in for tho Legislature. this issue. Mr. Barker proposes to make it the best hotel in Pulaski's capital. Contest of elocution by ladies from Danville, Lancaster and Stanford, FriThe entertainment by the teachers' day, Aug. 10. Admission 25c, 35c and Thursday night last was greatly enjoyed 50 cents. by a house full of people. All of those who took part did well and would have homeThe town was flooded with grown watermelons and you could get had extended notice, but for lack of one as big as you could tote for 15c. The space. crop is very large. How's This, Boys?-- A suit made to . This I can do for who owe us we now say this oruer in zv nours To those is our last call. We must have the mon- you and If tho suit docs not fit you don't ey and will expect you to heed this no- have it to take. I guaraptee a fit and if it is not tailor made I will give it to you. tice. Hughes fc Tate. . . Give mo your trade. W. H. Shanks. While going to the barbecue at Crab Attention is called to the advertiseOrchard, Alex Traylor, Jr.'s horeo be came scared at a bicycle and jumping ment of Christian College at Uustonvillp. He was badly The uew principal, Rev. B. J. Pinkerton, suddenly threw him. mashed about the hips and was thought is a graduato of Kentucky University and has had great experience as a teachto be dead when picked up. er, having taught the male academy at Farm Gate. Messrs. J. H. McKinney, Harrodsburg, male academy at RichE. D. Kennedy and S. M. Oweus bought mond four years, Madison Female Instithe right to sell the Russell farJi gate in tute six years, and held the chair of Enj-Js- h this, Garrard, Boy In and Casey counties, Language and Literature at Garfield and are satisfied that they have a good University, Wichita, Kbb., three years. thing. It is the cheapest, easiest to work He was also editor of tho Christian and the best yet invented. E7angelist at St. Louis, four years Among the ladies hero who graduated A littlk son of Brock Atkins, who under him at Richmond aro Mrs. J. H. lives near Highland was badly hint McAllBter, Mrs. W. M. Bright, Mrs. J. T. while playing with n loaded shell SunHocker and others. day. He was trying to pick the cap off when it exploded cutting an ugly gash MATRIMONIALMATTERS. in his head and tearing away a portion of Near Louisville, John Snowder, the skull. The boy Is in a critical condiaged 10, hitched bis tion. wife, . Lilly, to a plow and made her pull it, There was an unusually large crowd and now Lilly is plaintiff In a divorce in town ysterday, but the people seemsuit. ed mot bent on listening to the fakir's A short time ago in Wayne county, song and dance and looking at the Louis Coffey Bhot and killed Isaac Burcow, the four headed snake and nett, Last the other wonders of a small show than daughter week Burnett's eloped with Coffey and marriin attending to business and paying ed him. their honest debts. Mrs. Phineas T. Barnum, the widow The democratic county committee met of the veteran showman, was married in yesterday and decided to fix Saturday New York to Demetrius Callias Bry, a Sept. 7th for meetings at each voting wealthy Greek. Mrs. Barnum has an place in the county at 2 o'clock p. m. to annuity of $50,000, besides an estate of send delegates to a county convention to $250,000. Last Friday just about tbe time tbo be held at Stanford, Sept.Otb, at 1 o'clock to nominate a candidate for superintend- Rev. Agathadoros Papageorgopoulos was ent of public schools. The basis of rep- marrying a fellowcountryman to Mrs. P. resentation will be tbo same as in the T. Barnum, Bernard Luettkoeschoet-telkoetter- , ol Cincinnati, was subscribing late legislative race. Chairman L. L Dawson presided at the meeting and bis eusquipedalian patronym to a George D. Hopper filled bis post of sec- friend's bail bond. retary. A New York banker said that MarHon. R. C. Warren addressed a good shall Field, of Chicago, made more moncrowd at the yeaterdav, ey out of merchandise last year than though somewhat handicapped by a late any other man in tbe world, bis net start occasioned by numerous commis- profits amounting to $7,000,000. sioner's sales that he bad to make. Be Sales of 1,460-11cattle at 4J are began by saying that he stood squarely in the Winchester Democrat. platform adopted by the demoon m m m BAN Spec fades, v Silver Jfoveliies, THE llH Vnnrl "" T Imitation Cut Glass, I Fancy China. JlEWlEILIEm " W J T 1 H3" " 444--' ... m&7m1mSSfBL.m A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky., DEALER IN fit fi yv I jftl ' 1 The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. I C AI g- - AGENT FOR THE -COLUMBIA STEEL WIND-MILa L, Jfy7 SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Metal Roofing, Hough, and Dressed Xium'ber Lath, Shingles. Xtor d ilLliray Result d.CXt. court-hous- e, ). BARKER HOUSE, SEVERANCE & SON. Somerset, Kentucky. PREMIUMS! to Every Offered One. te CEITTjRAXj CHILDREN'S SUITS! Mort-Rithwel- 15 FURNISHING GOODS. rl FT7BLIC SALE M CnNTDSRWSA Wednesday, Sept. double-barrele- Bhot-gu- CHILDREN'S SHIRT WAISTS first-cla- ss 19 ' We Must Make Room For Winter Goods. HAJm&AJLNl m first-clas- s. never-failin- COMJE) UABIiT A KB (GUST rail-way- s, seed-log- in u THE GLOBE Strictly One Price Clothing- Hoilie J. L. Frohman & Co., Prors., Danville, Kentucky. r , Semi-Week- ly trior than Junction City, nor TnEncare fewer s worn j than heretofore Thoso of ribbon Published Every Tuesday and Friday sowed over with Dowers are much betAT tor liked for warm weather. A drkss of batisto hns a shirring 2 FKR YJCAR rX ADVANCE of Bilk of tho same color nt tho hem. Tho When nol go paid 32.60 will be eharged.waist is plaited full, the sleeves aro shirred In around the arm and tho belt K. C. LOCA' time CARD. is finished with bows and loops on nd 3 p. m. Man'ord 7:15 am i Trains leave either side of tho front. p. in. arriving at 4:30 p. ra. and Pakasols are shown in almost endL.&'.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. less variety, from tho elaborately embroidered, and ta 7 p m Ko. m, Train going North.. models to the perfectly plain parasol " 3 ja m N0.10. " South u 04 pm of thin silk. One can choose nny stylo, No. ts, ' " t isp m and yet be in fashion. No.- -, QUEEN & CRESCENT. A iiAxnsosiK costume is of nnvy blue India silk, with a bodice of velvet of Traini past Junction City at follows: North ..3 3? p m the samu'color, and very full sleeves of 11.43 a m No No. t South ' " ..1.35 P m tho silk. The wnlst is cut in a deep V 11.15 am " 4 3 " " -- 31s am " 3 " 35 am '! ,.6.00 a m back and front, and filled in with lace ' ...... 8 40 p m ' JO " 9 ' Note, Not. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur nnd embroidery, and is not at all Interior Jourp FASHION'S FRILLS. stock-collar- I I - -- lace-dVapc- d . on Sunday. warm. pPYAl spotted organdie has the skirt made with shirring about three inches deep below tho belt. The waist is into the belt and yoke, which is of figured lace, edged with a rose niching made of narrow lnco sewed on both edges of a narrow ribA Dnuss of full-pathcr- Old Point Comfort, RoivDTBir$13. Grand excursion to the eoa shore by OhefiaDeako & Ohio route. LeaveB Lex ington Tuesday, Auimst 13th, 1893, 11:40 A. m. Through sleeping car Irom Lexington to Old Point Comfort connecting at Ashland. Ky., with tho 0. & 0. Fin-oveatlbuled train of dining cars and aleoping cars, running through special to Old Point Comfort nnd arriving at 11:30 a. m. Wednesday. This will be ono of the grandest trips of the year and one of the finest trains ever run to Old Point Comfort. Ho don't fail to take advantage of same and go. Stop overs will bo allowed returning at Lynchburg, Natural Bridge, Hot Spring, White Sulphur Springs, Va., And other noted mountain resorts. Tickets will be good returning until August 28th. Side trips to WHshingtou, D. 0., Baltimore, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, New York, Boston, nt low rates. For further information and sleeping car reservation apply to G. W. Barney, district passenger agent, Lexington, Ky. st A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Tiains.niKht and day, Patron taken to any patt ot town Kite of Charge. day, DruK' Store In the Owsley DR. W. B. FENirsr. Stanford, Ky, Office over McRoberta Good Livery Attached. lt-4- m Uullding. Fare ft Hotel $1.00 per A. H. 1IAST1N, Prop. Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Street, j JAMES F. HOI.DAM. la a candidate for mocracy., Nashville, Tenn,, College forToung Ladies, De- Opposite the Post-Offi- Lincoln county, tubitit to the November rlectiou, tSej. Superintendent of Schoott of of the W. S. BVRCU, (( a candidate ior Superintendent of Sohoolsof Lincoln county; subject to the (if the Oemoctatic party Rov.JGeo. W. P. Prico, D. D., Pros., Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, FormerPullic ly of Stanfjrd, Ky., Lady Prinaction will take alt the hides I can get for cash or In trade tor laa, ! am court days at Stanford or at my home la Otten. KnnsliD, Tanner leim. Chas I UinrP lllUud. W. S. Hurch, Atty. at Law. M. NewlaiH, .Deputy Sheriff. cipal. Uni-verii- Buroh. cfc ITowland, COLLEGE HOME. Crab Orchard, Ky. Seject, Private, High Grade, Thorough, Practical, Progressive. Conornl Collectors, Gym-naiiu- Three Buildings; room for 900 boarders. FjicultT of 40 Officers, Teachers and Lecturer!. Patronage Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky Privileges in Vandeibilt Irom enure We offer our service to tho public to da a gtn Music Conservatory. Art Studio. eral Collecting HusineM Account, notes, tie Fine Passenger Klevatora, Term begin collected in all parts ot the county. 1 6 in .erit,!, 1895. Send for Catalogue. 11.3m 1 W. S. BXJUCH, Attorney House. Office on -- bon. ly arched over tho front and bent down at tho sides over tho ears. The trimming is of large loops of Dresden ribbon and velvet ribbon alternating. Ono large bow is placed over the front and loops and a twist fastened nround tho crown. hat is made of the fancy chip braid now so popular. It is slightA STVLisii The Big Four Koute will give Will enter upon the second work Sept. 2, and will close e a rate of for the round to BosMay 30, 1896. good to return Sept. 10, ton August on account Knight Templar's Conclave. For full particulars call on agent of Big For terms of admission apply to or address E. 0. McCormack, pass Four Dr. Jno. S. Stapp, Prcs. traffic agent, and D. B. Martin, G. P. A., Cincinnati. Crab Orchard, Ky. 45 one-far25-3-- Stan lord, year's at - Law, Do3aorn "STour Cvttla. d. ae, Kentucky. Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Collections receive cipeclat attention. 83 STRING AND SUMMER. I will go to any place where there are six or raore cattle to tehorn. I do the work with the Llghtnlrg Dehoraer Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. The knile makes a clean, smooth cut, Jets not crush nor break the horn, as the clipper docs. It I the only humane war to horn Does not punish the animal like the anu the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw For furtner Information, call J'EYTO.N, Stanford, Ky. onc ' the Lighting Pruning Hook. isi. Something to Beautify the Ladies. POWDER Absolutely Puro.t r. RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS. H.46.RUPLEY,- 010. The Temple society has 340 members. The Old (Wlslcr) Mennonites number 4,704 Dally opentmng. New Hals, flowers and lacesl We gist the assurance to the trade that they wil. 1 am now itidr to deliver Ice .rorn the Stanford find la our establishment the same exclusivencss ater. Light and Jen Company's Factory In style of patterns, hats and bonnets and all the leading novelties) in Millinery for which n ate 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds known throughout the country. 1 ha e secured a trimmer fur the seaAnd oser and.'tfe a pound for 10 pounds and up son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respect to 100. fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally Hills due istaf each month M D UDKRAR beatewed. U. IIKEMER. Stanford. KATK DUUDERAR. Manager. ICE I , At first-cla- ss A cream of tarter baking pow-dc- members. Highest of all in leavening The Mennonite Brethren In Christ strength. Latest United States number 1,113. .Government Food Report. TilE Zion Union Apostolic Methodists EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, New York. nurocr 2,340. 10,101. The Primitive Methodists have Is Receiving His J. : T. : STTTTOIT, UNDERTAKER. : I TO THE IADIES My MilllnsrySto-icUfiana eaamine and you Spring Hat. .U I SPRING : AND : SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give trie call. w, Insure .in J cn?!',e Call to buy a ne HUSTONVILLEKENTUCKY. Offers his services o me people ot West Lin coin and Casey bounties l ull toe a of Uotnut and Caskets always on hand D S. Carpenter, Manager. 93 ing of The Atnish Mennonites hare a follownumber. M1SSLICC1EHEAZLXV, auniorii, Ky ITOTXCE. Thoec indebted to the estate ci John M. Reid will please etU with meat ouce and those to whom it it Indebted will present their claims prop rlr verified to me for payment mcruD JOHN Kxor! John M. Keld S3 1 11,S04 In The Original Freewill Baptists nre THE LADIES . in four societies. Full course in Literary Department. The Apostolic Mennonites claim a Five Months with Board, &c, for $S$, S90, 595, according to grade. following of 209. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. The Independent Methodists clrilm a 4 00 Harper's Magazine, One Year J. M. HUBBARD, Prisident, . 4 00 membership of 2,609. ...... " " Harper' Weekly, The General Baptists claim a mem- Howard Female College, llarper's Barar, " " 4 00 Gallatin, Tennessee. bership of 21,302. 4 00 Harper's Young People The Armenian church has six sociPostage Irce to all subscribers in the United eties, with 3S5 members. State. Canada and Mexico. HARPER & BROTHERS. Address The Plymouth Brethren have n mem! P. O. Box 950, N. Y. City. bership of about 20,471. A. G. Lanhasr J0hH B. Cattleman. The United Baptists have 103 societies and a membership of 0.C0X. The Evangelist Missionary Methodists have 0ol communicants. Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerThe Orthodox Friends, or Quakers, the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoin have a membership of 80,055. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. Por full inThe Congregational Methodists have ing counties. and application, apply to formation 214 societies and 8,705 members. The Russian Orthodox church has in the United States 13.504 members. . The Brethren or Dunkards (Progressive) number S.0S9. The Old Catholics have 005 members Educate Your Daughters. ARK. G. B. COOPER, CORDIALLY : INVITED .....Propticlars of........ Livery niui:FcclM.Stnblc. STANFORD, KY. Havlosr bouuht of P W Oroeo his Llrerv hus- mess and added new buggios and horses, we are I prepared to furnish l KFIRST-CLASS To call and examine my Fitnt Millinery, which I am opening up. I pride myseir thai it Is lhat It Is bound to nlnu. II. bought ler cash and being determined to sell for i.u m i me rawest possible prices. An 'HmiMUB vtU VVHTIbCC JOU, MRS A. A. McKINNEV. .,. ... THE F RILEY U. UIL.BY, HOUSE Kontuoky. TURNOUTS Proprietor, Money, Money, Money ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. TO LOAU. n On short notice. The traveling public will nad - -- us always ready and willing to lurnish Drummers' Wagons, either .ingle or double, or CarriI hare moved to my new Hotel and am ages of a f kinds at ery LOW PRICES. The batter boys in and around town will also find us the pro-nl- r &repared than ever to accommodate the public, attached, and every coaveniesce in ilr.l ilh. Ston with us when In tenal courts and entertainments and your horse and ve sued. Give me a call. h c e will be well cared lor. FRANK RILKY. O. II. COOPER , w. Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; London. d. JI .jc.n. TKs,urus:i, Insurance Company JOSIT E. SIRBY, Insuranoo Agent. TO THS CITIZENS Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Of Lincoln County. The New JONES BEOS,, Stanford, Ky. CLIPPINGS. MANAGERS, Mrs. McSpatt "Isn't it remarkablo how many mysterious disappearances Commerce Building, Louisville there nre?" Mr. McSpatt "O, I dunno. Most of 'em aro married." N Y. WeekAgents throughout the South ly. BAKBEE &CASTLEMAA FUNNY St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Lancaster Planing Lancaster, Ky., Mill, Dean's Illack Oisaood Rco I aint. Kstimairs furnlsned far Metal and I. on Roof, Satisfaction Guaranteed: AI rood painted with Dean'. imek Diamond Paint fiiaranteed for years Dealers In em Pumps and Oilvsjiied Iron Kill,,,. best cis. Sole proprietors 6im W. A. TBIBBLE, A Livelt Time. She "I was playOf STANFORD, KY. & ing whist also last night. It was the SOME OF OUR PRICES: Capital Stock STANFORD, KY first meeting of our Young Ladies' $200,000 Perfectly c War poplar or yellnw pint floorinc at Whist club." He "I wondered what Hundred. As low aa Ji so per hundred. Surplus All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairin fspei clear yellow poplai weather boardins; at 23,700 San Francisco. made you so hoarse." Harlem Life. JPortland. Perfectly hundred. style. Ji.co per hundred. As low as Ji y per In yellow Attention of the public is invited to the fac e Marie "Mrs. Gaywun says that she done in .......To tt and thlc'nostt ol Ceiliue Allpatlerns the only II. nk Stanford will outstrip you in tho social chestnut and ash, aa low aa it per that tbia is piovisions National National in Hank the as low hundred. l per Under all Kinds. pine, poplar,Iouble dressed lumberfinishingtiaalumber, stock, the are secured ofnot only by the capital swim this summer." Mamma "Well, Horse Shoeing and hundred, llrautitul vellow pine the iloekhold.ts liabllitr lor from her opera gown I Judge that she Via The quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. amount butbr to the slock, so equal that depositors o! Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic orders. has done so already." N. Y. World. .... . . . .... MIL.U, this Institution are secured by a fund of J.400,000. THE L.AXCASTKK 1'L.Arsl.U rive sworn statements of thecondition of the bask Lancaster Fuddv "They tell ino that Mart Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. 7j.6rr flsW9H!Hr 'V'TOWPTKN are tnade each yearto the United States cover. Tenny has reformed and that lie isn't 1 K mentand its assets areeaamin.dat staled times HtY 1!,1 ItEli drinking any more." Dudcly "Isn't ER. E. E. KIELEY. EE 6IPERIEECED FEIETER. by government agents, thus securing addititooa and perfect safely to depositors. drinking any more! Of course not; This institution, originally established as the yJC!!ICVIIit HCnlEnri CHICAGYfirTS-OnHas charge of our Painting- Department. Give us a trill. Deposit Dank of Stanford In if jl, then how in time could he?" Boston Tran- Loo&l Agent, MERSHON first-clas- s GREER, Proprietors. Is now n full optration. and invites ths attention ol the builders or Liocoln county to its material, supcrloi workmanship and low prices. Note FIRST NATIONAL BANK WOETMWBST u mm -- Blacksmithing of mAi&itjij&: ly Tho Myers House, 1. W G It KEN. Proprietor Dining Car Route From &ouxssrxrxE! TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address script. "Do you really think that a bicycle is worth the money?" "Worth tho money?" said tho man. "Why, mine hns paid for itself in less than three months in tho beautiful explanation it furnishes for a black ej'e." Washington Star. quick-tempere- d 18S Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthyof consideration. HfSosB HVt0wH faAVvH BssHkTsKafBS I I I I FRANK J. REID, - Ascut caChicago. !- - E. H. BACOV, D. P. Agent, Louisville. WOMEN BREAD WINNERS. Denver. to call for 'MOM ON' Route, IJeSURE St. Paul. NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS SOLD TO ALL POINTS: OHIO, IN DIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, - Mrs. Gkoroe Ixoalls of Green Hay is tho first woman who learned to set typo In northern Wisconsin. Kate Field, It is reported, has taken to wearing knickerbockers a6 she rides up and down tho smooth streets of Washington. Miss Carrie Liedio, who has Just been appointed a division 6urgeon of tho Northern Paciflo railroad at Hope, Idaho, is tho first woman physician to be appointed in tho railway service. Mrs. Caiirie Chapman Catt, who will probably bo tho leader of tho woman's suffrage movement when Miss Anthony retires, is a good lawyer. Sho has lived mostly in California and Washington. The fun evolved from Mrs. Catt's name no longer anno3's her. Dickenson county, Va., has a woman mailcarrier, who carries tho mail on a route leading from Clintwood, daily. II er noma is linker and she is a widow of nearly sixty; has reared a largo family and is now dependent upon her own exertions for n livelihood. They have Proven a Success. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. lied aa the National Hank of Stanford In iSoj and sgainr..or(aoiiedasthc First National 11 ok ot Staniord in 1M1, has had practically an uninter: : : rupted existence of years. It Is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and IibeiaUy than ever befoie in its long and Hotel and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduI am still running this will continue to Kive my gurus the puluiat atten ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully soljc- "isi well as the best the market affords. The Directory ol this llank is composed ot Travel- Forcitu Hold, Lincoln county; Special Attention1 S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Public. J. 11. Collie), Lincoln; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford; S. H. Haughtnan Lincoln; J. S. Hockar, Stanford;' W. A. Trlbble, StAjford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; Has more nice Furniture than was ever in More pretty I)ug(ics, Surreys and K. L. Tanner.'.MeKinney; Phaetons. Moie tood Cultivators. Wagons, Plows Mp and more nice ifarncss, llridles, Whips and more J. 8. Hocker, President;J- - M'"'. Ml. Vernon.Ky Hinder Twine than was ever seen here. He in. Jac J. McKoberts, Cashier; vites the public to call and see his stock and get A. A. McKlnoey, Asst. Cashier. priKc. Cider Mills and Cane Mills. ZJZ: Stanford, Kontucky. isT n ing to the ' D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvillo, Ky., Hus-tonvll- le. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. M. S. llAl'GiistaN. J. W. IUVCIItlAN. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, moraiKTOHS- Farmers Bank&Trnst Co OT STANFORD, KY., Is new fully.organiied - and ready for business with HIGGINS& MeKINNEY, THE LIVERY, FEED & SALE Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. 0.000. 11 STABLE, Stanford, first-class - Kontucky. THE RAILROADS. A it Aii.no ad la building from Oranha to Bait Lake, of which every employe must be a stockholder. Tho shares are 810 FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS each. AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. All employes of tho Boston fc Maine railroad have been forbidden, by THE BEsTrOUTE TO THE an order juht issued, from using tobacco in any form while on duty, nlso '811MAN VESTIBULED COACHES, when off duty if wearing uniform or SLEEPING AND DINING CARS railroad badge. Neahly every engine on roads runSEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE ning into Chicago blows its whistle in n lORFOLKWESTERN RAILROAt different way upon entering or leaving tha city. A good many members of tho CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. crew havo wives or sweethearts within DescrlpU Write for Rntes, Maw, 1 hearing distance of thebo whistles, and Vtapblou, to any Station Agent, or to the signals announce to them the arrival m. r. smaoo. ALtcw Mutt, m. a. atviLtt. Sjb'I ruMtia.rr.if t, BU. rw.ftr if t Trtitllif if or departure of the train. r'"",ni-s,oitowoii.TismoKAT. TEXAS, . Queen &Crescent ROUTE 1 II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts wilt lcavo our stable. See us for rates. In our HARNESS SHOP Hri-dle- NORTH AND EAST. s, . P. reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs and Ashcvillc ; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mc nroe J J. Williams, Ml. Ye""0;" . . . . a 1. - nu.S t.1 . H. Shsnks, Stanford; anu aureveporu mruugii n. ..i oiccpcrs 10 t ius ingcics uuu luunst rl I. S. Owsley, Stanford; Attorney at Law, Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, Jffffii San Rv. S.J. Etnbry, Stanford; - via New uneans or via bnreveport. J. B. Owsley, Stanford; Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati J. F Cash, Stanford; and AssignWill act as Executor,Adm!uistrator 7GiXvw(lt c? Free Parlor William Gcoch, Stanford; with every accommodation to patrons. ee A. W. Carpenter, MUlcdgevills, Ssgwjrari Special attention glven to Settlements of Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa as Attorney and Sale and Division of rWH:lCumirlQ,'P'nilW Cincinnati, Lexington and tion Cars between nfanta' Lands. S. H. Shanks, Trestdent, Chattanooga. Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. V. McCla wy Dr. J.B. Owsley, Caihlir, AsulsEKaEnSZIYYiisK. oo y's office. iMpeTrT, sjgi"WT'ftTW M. Bright, Teller. W. O. Rlnearaon, Chas.W. Zell, first-clasea a, You will find a Rood assortment of Harness, en,nd,viduaLminUt",0r' ,rUtW' - MrUV Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by To those who entrusted their bulsincss to our man. he understands nls business. We have a us mechanic in our m"lnS h Lin"ln National liank ol SUnford, we we here tender our many ,heyrl1.' C0DUDUe BLAOKSMITHSHOP. their businS! .TiLh Kuarantee for fl' sarao.our twenty y.ir,' prompt a "ttV. s work and' satisfactory Will guarantee iiperionct ? banking andas liberal accommodations as are Tiy our hor sheer. sittent with sound banking. SUCCKSSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL DANK OK STANFORD, New closing up) with the same asssu and under the samo management. fly provisions of its chatter, depositors sue ai fully protected as aie depositors in National llanks, iu shareholders bong held IndividuaUt Oaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It ia ? v Wallao E. Varnon, Kentucky. Staniord, Jj r& - s, r - JHv. Putr AqL, ' CincinnaiL 0 Q. P. A.. Clnclnwtl, 0. M ktm Hfsessf li'l f wmm "i '