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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895081601 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. hTSTimi p Semi Weekly Interior JOURNAL VOL. XXIII. LANCASTER, CARRARD . STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 16. 1895. COUNTY. - NO. 48 The sanctiflcation meetings are still a Irna ntnna ItVIOIUr qiUVC tltn UCMIWt.1 Mill tuvtif his jb'v..wii Moudav n J tUO flnffinnnitlt vi.jt4j in progress at Pine Hill. ,,M.cu,it,(i nsfuli a report of it In our last took control of State affaire, the rate of The Standard Oil Co. again have 9TH. nt Iinthel Oolli'Ke. llopklnsvllle. ,M119 OPENS it ,l,BerVtiji B(jlow. nr(J xtrftct taxation has varied from 40 to 52) on the nenlH in this county leasing oil lands. -, XllOIIOIinCfS Ull'l'linK "" ",w"""'' IrOlll tint Hurt of It willed rMtatPR In thn ?m.1 frnm ISO.- in i.. nrPBRnt vnt rim Mr. F. Krueger informs us that Mt. . . .. .. ... Special attention to Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, ovenlnc at tho Methodist church nud iiiHiiiiKi'iueiii ui,0. oihio aumrs uy me uem- - portion tor general expenditure mnu naa Vernon citizens and neighbors have Bubwaa conducted hy Prof. O. II. Poao. Science, Belles-Lettreand Music. Send for a Catalogue. for the iaot 30 yearn, and which remained almost uniformlv at 20 cents to! ocrais proposeu rres- Dr. J. L. McKeo, the able p6tor of rather takes the wind out of the sails his tho $100, falling to 15 cents in 1S7G and i scnueu ?ou towarus tuo MRS. M. W. BERRY, Principal. tho PreBbytorian church, will begin n brothfei in law, Bradley, proposes to fly: remaining at that for four years, rising to byterian church. Jack Adame.who killed Rolet Capps, protracted nieetltiK about tho 8th of Though thn democratic party has been 25 cento in 1831 and 1SS3 and falling his step brother, last week, surrendered bepteinber. vindicated twice hy tho verdict ot tliu again to 20 in 1SS0. At the present it is the same day and went to jail. His ex-- Quito an enjoyable picnic was glvt-people ot the State of Kentucky against 15 cents to tho $103. In 1SG3 40 cents amination was set (or Wednesday and last Wednesday evening at tho Dripping the charge of mismanagement ot the fis wsh the rate on an assessment of continued until Friday. Full course in Literary Department. fciprinRB hy a number of the Hocietv peoIn 1SS7, 22 years after on an cal aluitB of the Mate, Binco the State Mt. Vernon's base ball team with our of Lancaster. ple government has been under the control (assessment of $390,827.103, though pop-o- f braes band visited Livingston last Satur- - Five Months with Board, &c, for $85, $90, S95, according to grade. MiBsSalllo Klkin, onoof Lancaster's tho democrats, vet the charge is re ulation had increased and increased do- Livingston did our team up to the most talented artists, haa been given the vamped by thu Louisville Commercial mands wero mado upon tho treasury, day. J. M. HUBBARD, President, tune of 21 to S. Our boys are enthusiaa' ol Arts in tho position as tho Teacher and republican preys, and the party is arising from tho administration ot jusre Howard Female College, Gallatin, Tennessee. graded school here, which ia to open confronted with tho chargo renewed in tice aud other causes. This uniform rate tic in their praises of kind treatment hands of Capt. W. R. Dil ceived at the middle of September. about the of taxation running through a period this campaign. Hon, Win. Fields and in fact from all ot The homo of Mr. K. E. Mcltoberts ia Tho democratic party obtained control ot 22 years, though assessments were Livingston. hnlm? much Improved aud the work ot the Stato government in ISO", Gov, fluctuating from year to year, is euliiciont A corps ot engineers, under charge upon It ia progreasing nicely. When Helm being inducted into office in Sep to show that there has been no waste prelim-inarcompleted it will bo ouo of tho moat temher ot that year and a democratic during that time and the deficits that of Capt. W. II. Spradlin, began a for the Kentucky Southern Barvey complete resideucea in Lancaster. legislature met in December following. occurred resulted from falling ou" in the morning. From Circuit court will begin Monday, tl fl The bonded debt of the State 10th of assessments in some one or more years. from this point Monday present indications it is believed Mt. l'Jth, aud continue three weeka. There October, ISOo, an shown by the auditor's In 1S05 and 1S00, the rale of taxation a good show to sccuro are two important murder cases on tho report that year, was $3,051,402.00. To was 40 cents to tho $100 and 20 cents of it Vernon stands this road. Citizens subscribed $200 tokilling Mattln docket, that of Wood for meet this indebtedness the republican was applied to general expenditure purexpense ot survey and have pro- A bat that can't see in daylight or the buyer who wont see big values and Nona for tho murder of William putty charges there was to tho credit of poses, 15 cents went to the sinking fund wards cured right ot way over nearly tho enBest. when offered ? the sinking fund 7,G3S,4i3.S0. (Au- and only 5 cents was applied for school tire route. Bob West, ol this county, waa accl ditor's report, page 15S ) In that purposes, when the democrats took con Mr. G. O. Kennedy has returned dentally Bhot one day recently. He hap- report these assets are mude up of the trol they reduced tho rate to 30 cents, 10 from Cincinnati, where he did a week's pened to bo standing near where a man following items: cents being tmten oil" tho sinking fund telegraphing for Supt. Arnold. Mies waa killing beeves, and one of tho shot Kentucky KlvtrSUclc which and the rate for general purposes left at Kolfrat, who has been visiting her sister, coil the struck West and produced a painful i .9 70 20. So the rate remained until 1S70, Mrs. Wiederhold, has returned to Sllr 8j9,u6 ;j when the rate was raised to 45, 15 cents A Clay Worsted Suit for $7.50, never offered before for less than Sio Green and lUrrrn Hlvcr wound. was - 37) 7 having been added to the rate for school Llvingitou Judge Mullins Win. up from and $ 1 2. Alpacca Coats and Vests never scld for less than $$ now There was a ro:ent competitive ex- Licktnc Kitrrilock which cot Debord Tuesday. Mr. StecV In ) turnplkei which coit the amination held hero for tho purpose of . ... ',518,11097 purposes, tne amount lor the striking U lying very low at the Newcomb Hotel $3 50 and one that never sold for less than S3. 50 now 52.50. GingState delecting a pupil to attend the A. ft M. Owincille and 111k Sandy Dirt Road 1613,78 j fund being left at 5 cents and general ex-- 1 wjtn consumption. E. T. Fish is taking never sold for less hams and Dress Goods on Job Counter at College at Lexlngtou tho ensuing term. penmture at uu cents. In IbSO ja tae uerea Fair. Tutat CHt. eon of our worthy than 10, 1 5 35c. We have bought many goods for the Fall trade, John Johnston, the cent lax was levied (or tne A iv M. Colcountyman, Mr. Thomas Johnston, won In IVauka anj Kallrtadt. WILL1AMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. especially Shoes, so that we are in shape for any emergency. Your o lege, thus raising the rate to 45. In 1SS2 I.oin to Hcvcnue Department It and will get free tuition. Ito cents additional was added to tho We know if you Interest on name Mr. J. Douglas Henry is in Lexing- buying of us depends on your coming to look. Shelby Nunn conQued here In jail Amount in treasury Oct is, M$. ....... . school tax, increasing tho proportion dethis week attending the State S. S. find what you want in our house you can and will buy it. Come see. for tho killing of Beat, tried a few days Amount In treasury Oct. le, iW$, net voted 10 the schools to 22 cents. At this ton to$,ey 01 convention. tmnstenid a. numago to make his escape, at least rate (or schools it remains. In ISSi a Five er cent. Iel tender uoiw on Miss Ri'by Gatliil gave a very pleas ber of saws were concealed about hi tomporary increase of 5 cents wsb mtide Hint, at America New In ant reception to the young people of the person and hlB attempt woulJ have no 100,000 York in the rate of taxation for thn benefit ot . 06,M0 Oo the general expenditure fund to supply! town Tuuraday evening. There was a doubt been eilectual, but for the tlmoly lan is Military Kuud largo crowd present and a pleasant eveice.so it elcKiIt in Farmert Hank ol Ky Interference of tho jailer. Mr. Klce On tho place of a large amount which hy ning was spent. Beni'i. Total, it J.43 o tho passage ot tho new school law was J. W. Hocker. Circuit court begins Monday with W. N. Craig, M. D. nt for the musical The program III auditor's report thia internal im diverted from that fund to tho school The term of Tuesday evening was well ren- provement stock is set down as of un fund This rate expired by limitation 066 cases on tho docket. dered. The Misses Ballon, of )our city, certain value. The cost ot the naviga- in two years. In lSJ 3J on tho $100 was tne entire four weeka can be taken up Penningand Miss Palsy Harri, of Virginia, add- tion stock was ;2,i:W,5S0.10 and the Lick- levied for branch penitentiary. This tax with the business. Dr. J. R. ton, ol Portsmouth, O., was here Sunday ed much to the program hy doth their ing river never at any tlmo paid a divi having oxpired hy limitation in one year musical and elocutionary renditions. dend to tho Stato. aud from 1S51 to 1S05 left the rate at 47, 5 cents to the sinking visiting his brother, P. A. Pennington. Mrs. J. F. O.Noe, who haa been visMls Chastlno McGregor, ol Louisville, the expenses incurred by the Stato in fund, 22 cents to school and 20 cents for iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Stan-fil- l, sang In her exquisitely clear noprano, keenini! ui the improvements on the general revonuo fund. has returned to her home in Spring tho old song undo famous by Trilby, and Kentucky, Greon and Barren rivers, ex Outside of 3 levied in 1SS0 for buildMies ceeded tho receipts 153.575.03, and tho ing the Eddyville penitentiary, every field. Prof. M. White is having a new anew ditty dedicated to Souaa. We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet Debblo Batson charmed tho audience by not expanses to tho State over uer re cent that has been added to the rate residence erected. Hon. O. W. Lester begun his new dwelling, which will Articles), Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drug3 her skill na a pianist, and Miea Clyde ceipti in the year ISOo amounted to since 1605 has been for educational pur- has in town when gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most Huffman distinguished herulf a a vio24. t Documents, pages 32'33, ISOo j poses; 3 of the 5 annually paid into the be one of the handsomest completed. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your prelinist; Mr. John Stormea furnished a fine turnpikes cost tho Stato J2.52S,-11- 0 sinking fund is used to pay the interest The have returned from Middles-borcornet solo. The orchestra was compos77. In 1850 they paid tho Stato when on the school bonds. Add to this J for son, Willie, scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and where they have been visiting. musicians as followi: there wero tow railroads to compete with A. & M. College and 22 paid directly out ed of exceptional Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line Monday the republicans heldacoun; accuracy guaranteed. Messrs. John Stormes, Ode Shugari, Ho- these turnpike roads, In dividends only ot the revenues, makes 26 cents devoted H. Bellebaum, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. mer Bstaon; Mieses Lula Bataon and 123,187.72 cents equivalent to 0 per cent-o- to purposes of education. From 1865 to ty convention to send delegates to Mt' of Spectacles. Clyde Huffman. and In 34 years the year 1SS6 and before tho induction of Vernon to nominate a Senator for this $409,005.33 cents, Mtss Lena Archer, of D invlllo, is th thereafter It paid in dividends '20,500.10 Governor Buckner into ollice there has district. Both the Trimble and Jarvis guest ol Miss Ellen Owsley. Mis Mln or 0 per cent, on $491, S10 33 cents. ( Au been paid out ot the public school fund men thought they had worked up things nle May Armstrong, of Dallas, Texas, Is ditor's report 1SS5, page 380.) For tho year 18S0 there quietly and no one would suspect that a $10,209,SOS.O9. both were Andcred-itvisiting her cousin, Miss Alice Fox Out of tho assets set down to tho wore paid for that year out of the public fight would be made, but sinking fund, a fund created to sshool fund $1,106,905 87. Assuming that somewhat surprised. An uninstructed Young. Mlas Lizzie Wherrltt, of the la visiting telatlves In Lancnater. meet the indebtedness ot tho State, only this amount has been psid for each delegation was sent, but the Jarvis men W. I. Williams is in Campbellsvillo this there were spent $100,000 lor genoral and ot the last eight years, there has been organized the convention and ran it to week on business. Mrs. Goodloe Lack- $200,000 for military purposes, of course ptid out ot said fund $S,S55,736,96, mak- their notion. Several very hot speeches -- Theey and Miea Kato Crn'g have returned with the view ot making it up out of fu- ing a grand total of orer $25,000,000 paid were made and considerable feeling f'otn a visit to friends in Paris. Mks ture revenues, $0,000 interest being out ot said fund. Since 1S52 each negro was aroused, but that will be gone before everything will movo Woody Porter left this week to visit in charged on the $100,000. pupil has drawn the same per capita as tho election and harmoniously. King Leaving out ot consideration the navi- the whites. Total school bonds now ou Mercer county. Messrs. Claude You are invifed to call and see them. and John Zigler, of Danville, were In at- gation stock, which vim a profitless asset amount to $2,312,590.S6. These bonds LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. at tho musical entertainment to the State and what thu Stato had spent are not, strictly speaking, a debt of tho tendance Tuesday night. Misses Lizzie and Mat for general and military purposes aud State. They are unredeemable, tho fund The case of Phil Devers for the killing of Purdom was called and announctie Thompson are visiting tholr cousin the $9,000 intercut witu wtucli tho State is iuviolato and tho 0 per cent Mies Magglo Bright, of Stanford. Dr. had been charged as a part of tho availainterest drawn by these bonds ia ed ready for trial. Six jurymen were se Joe P.ogera, of Bloomington, Ind., is vis- ble assets ot tho Stato and estimating tho provided for out of the 5 cents of revo- lected from the regular panel, after iting Mr. and Malcolm GUI. Miss Maud turnpike stock nt a proper value $500,u00, nuo placed to the credit of thb Binking which 50 more men were summoned to of her the available assets in tho sinking fund fund annually. Miller, who has been tho guf-scomplete the number and it was late Dealer In grandmother, MrB. Susan Anderson, has to meot a debt, which tho Suto owed to In May 1S90 tho legislature reduced "Wednesday before jury was selected. The Mies individuals, banks and other corpora returned to her homo in Irvine. the rate 5 cents, making 42 on the $100, evidence was commenced Thursday Louise Kautlman is visiting iu tlons ot $3,(352,402 would stand thus: the present rate. This reduction was morning and concluded about 10 a. m. Stock Iu Internal Improvement! .. ....$ 500.000 co made over the veto ot Gov. Buckner. I Fridav and the pleadings began, con1,561, 819 00 In bankt and railroad . voted to sustain the governor in view ot cluding after supper tho same evening. OF A LOCAL NATURE. 330.666 co Amount In treasury tho calling of a constitutional convention, Tho prosecution was able represented by not transferred.... ioj.ojo 00 o In Amount in treaiurv America Breckinridge, of Danville, Eaton Is tho name of a 100,000 00 the ratification ot it by the people and a Col. R. J. Amount in Hank of . .. 400,301 00 loug session ot the legislature, which Judge James Denton, of Somerset, and Pulaski and P. H. Ash is postmaster. Amount in Farmer Bank daughCommonwealth's A ttorney J. O. Mun-cl- o. Jessie Hale, the $1,999,018 00 was bound to onauelinjadjusting the statTZY. Total, yesterday of brain The prisoner was no less ably deter of Jeff Hale, died Tneaeassots wero not Bufliclenttomeet utes ot the land to the new organic law. W. I,. WITHERS, Salesman. fever after a protracted Illness. On account ot this (reduction of taxation fended by Bryant Stone, ot Jamestown, whatthe State owed (exclusive of Sanford K Newman, brother of Mrs existing deficit in the treasury arises. J. W. Rawllngs, of Boyle, Col. Silas Ad bonds of $1,002,9 14.S0) by the tbo Bessie Newman Crutcher, who In her sum ol $053,3S3.G0. It has not been wasted,fbut the rnonoy ams and Georgo E. Stone, of this place. girlhood days used to visit her, died in river improvements trans- has remained in the pockets of tho peo- Ample justice was done on both sides Kentucky by attorneys whose reputations need Louisville ol typhoid fever. "i ferred to tho United States and the Stato ple, Barring the defalcation otTate, which no commendatiou from the writer. The Moberly, of Richmond, who owns all her stock in turnpike roads exCol. condemns and a largo 'riends of Mr. Rawllngs say he made for was drowned last Thursday, at Virginia cept in eight roads, five of which have every honoat mn covered into ono bo young a most masterly effort in portion of which I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and Beach, had bis life Insured for $25,000. been eold and three others released to the treasury by his securities, and judg behalf of his client. The case was sub. on easy monthly payments, or'any other terms to suit the purchaser $100,000. His estato Is valued at in which they lie. the counties ments for a large proportion more, this mitted to the jury Saturday morning, Tho Danville colored G. A. R. Post The cash in tho sinking fund ot I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line is a resume of facts and figures as shown and when called out at noon reported best. the first in the land to band is probably was applied to paying principal from;the time tho they could not agree upon a verdict, and of goods as can be found any where in the land. by official documents In its " boom include 'Ta-ra-and interest of the public debt ot $3,052, I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever ol State affairs were sent back to tho iury room. When collection of funeral marches. Advocate. 402 aud the interest on tho educational democrats took control of Rockcastle, bonds of $1,002,044.80. It was collected down to tho begiuning of Gov. Buck-ner- called out again in tho evening thoy re sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Sam Burke, formerly ST Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. administration, and the people by ported they could not agree, so were fatally shot his brother Frank In Wood- oll'ui the people by a tax of 15 cents on par- held over until Monday afternoon about Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking votes In 18S7 and;1891 said tho ford because tho latter had buried their the $100 for the purpose of paying the their send-Ini- ? be trusted with a fur- 4 o'clock, when thoy returned a verdict this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue worthyjto mother in that county instead of principal and interest of the bonded debt ty was power. Address of two years In the ponitentlary, and W, teaching as before. 1SG5 ther continuancef tho romalnB back to Rockcastle. and interest on school bonds. Since Sept. 4th to besides defraying expenses ot tho gov startO. Adams, sheriff of Oisey county, Lexington Colored Fair, Tho Big Four Kouto will givo ed to Frankfort with Devers the same 7th. The Queen & Crescent Route will erument, the State has paid public debt, a rato of e for the round to Bos7 o'clock. So ends thn Devers all Kentucky points principal and Interest $4,282,901.95; in make half rates from good to return Sept. 10, evening at August S HERD OK THK murder cas. Don't fail to attend. torest on school bonds $1.8S0.009 07. For ton on this occasion. on account Knight Templar's Conclave. colored fair In the United States. buildings and improvements to ubarlta For full particulars calljon agent of Big fire Biggest S. H. Sullivan, the Red Ask Q. & O. bio Institutions $1,305,759.77; for river Splendid attractions. O.jMcCormack, pass, insurance man, was found dying in a Four or address E. agents for particulars. improvements and branch penitentiary traffic agent, and D. B. Martin, G. P. A., field on bis larm in Todd county. He IT. H. Bronaugh, Pror, i said bis gun had gone off accidently as $762,007.95, aggregitlng the sum of 8, Cincinnati. baby born the other day in A girl Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. he was climbing a fence. Mr. Sullivan ' ISISISISISISISISISlfllSISHBM 1 daughter of 2U1.007 34. Bonded debt ot State June Kokomo, Ind., is the 14th ot Nicholas-villo'- s was assignee of the Columbia Firo InsurJohn O. Spears,; one daughter, a re- 30th, 1893, waa $074,000, uot considering Plg for nit from the bit types ol Registers a 14th daughter of a 14th loading merchants and citizens, ance Company. He carried $75,000 life $0,391, ot old bonds supposed to be lost unprecedwhich la thought to bo Breeders secutcd frot IB bett htrdi In syrU different Sutei. Correspondence Solicited Stock. cord insurance. or destroyed, and the total estimated re died from fever after a brief Illness. ented. Mrs. rsiuinlo Mettls lias hccbi"position of matron for tho com r,i?Beesion ilil,.i Wnrren W(J Hon. R C. Warren's Spficch. Tint llllollPRR nt thn ..w linur at nrlilnli ,... delivered .,. M. wn8701,CI)Syi. , source of sinking fund Juno 30th, 1803, ' fr MT- - YERN0N, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Paris Classical Institute SEPTEMBER s ....... ... ... - n Educate Your Daughters. f593,-717,10- 3. y Which is Worse, LOOK AT THIS. 5roc, Penn-slvanl- a. one-hal- t' ia,e . dt-jx- nit -- 0.1 HUGHES & TATE. & - Tl enlr-tlnme- . CRAIG HOCKER, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY i03,-30- o, n JL. ot Kich-mon- d, ANCHOR STOVES, Anehop Steel Ranges, -- r IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDIN r semi-annu- al Mi3o t K WBABEN, , Rich-mon- post-ollic- Cultivators, Disk Harrows, Land Rollers, Buggies, Carriages Wagons, STANFORD, ilve-year-o- ld theei-ucatlon- al -- PIANOS and ORGANS. has-bee- n $S30,-GS0.- 33 ra do-ay- '8 one-tar- P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. BLUE-GKAS- 25-3- 1, woll-kno- wn Duroc Jersey Swine ""ST" -- t Financial Independence. shoemaker. If any one doubts this let CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tho climax of supposed argument is him take any inventory of the hundreds Rev. R, H. Pendleton, of Pittsburg, reached by the advocates of free and un- of imported articles which enter the dalPa., will preach at the Christian church limited coinage of silver when they pub- ly consumption of his own humble life. Sunday morning. Stanford. Ky., - August 1(5, 1985 lish for the edification of our Without enumerating any of them, it is Prof. Samuel O. Mitchell, of Georgepublic, the astounding news that sufficient to say that our tariff laws show town College, has taken the chair of more than 100 years ago, when our pop- that there are several thousand articles W. P. WALTON. ulation was less than 3,000,000 and our which wo daily use for the necessaries of languages at Richmond College, Richresources at their minimum, wo thresh- life whlchicotne from foreign countries mond, Ya. Mrs. T. De Witt Talmage leaves ed Great Britain into an acknowledgeNow what is the point of all this? Sim THE TICKET. $160,000, ol which $30,000 Is real and ment of our independence. "Why ply this: Commerce is absolutely esthen," they exclaim, "should we await sential to the welfaro of a nation; com f 130,000 personal property. Her For Governor, is the sole legatee. an international agreement before wo merce cannot bo carried on without P. WAT HARDIN, o! Mercer. Mrs. SpalJlng, widow of the late coin the precious metals to suit ourselves? money, and no one nation can by its This week all summer goods will be closed out at 25 per cent, less For Hon. It. M. Spalding, and mother of Are we not independent? Are wo not own laws and in opposition to tbo views II. T. TYLEIt, of Fulton. We have Bishop Lancaster Spoiling, Peoria, III., than their real value. old enough, strong enough, rich enough of other nations make that pass current For Treasurer, died at Lexington, at the advanced age to manago our own ailairs without tho as good money which is not acceptable K. C.FORD, olCUy. of Si. aid or even the friendly intervention of to the trade of the world. Silver is not For Auditor, Since Rev. W. E. Ellis has decided Singularly enough, tho standard of value among the wealthforeign powers?" L. C. NORMAN, of Boone, to leave the church here ho has received clap-traof this sort finds recognition in iest nations, and until there la an interFor Register of the Land Office, a number of flattering calls, one from the Coin's Financial School, issues from the national agreement fixing its value as a G. B. SWANGO, of Wolfe. leading church at Pittsburgh, Pa., and mouths of Btump orators and passes cur- medium of exchange, it would be tho For Attorney Central, another from Sacramento. Cal. He is rent for argument. It is amazing that rankest folly for the United States to very much pleased with the latter and W.J.HENDMCK, of Fleming. even among the unthinking, so broad coin it in unlimited quantities at the may accept it, though great influence is Below actual cost to effect immediate clearance. We are determined For Secretary ofbute, n fallacy should be accorded tbe weight ratio of 1G to 1. Asa eovereign nation being brought to bear upon him not to HENRY S.HALE, ot Gravet. this season to make a clean sweep in every department. We don't of sound reason. the U. S. might tan hides, cut the leath-e- r leave here. We earnestly hope that the ForSupt. ot Public Inittucticn, What do we mean by independence want to carry any summer goods over, that is why we arc selling into shape and stamp the pieces with ED PORTER THOMPSON, of Owen. in the sense in which it was achieved by tbe Image of the goddess of liberty and eflort will be successful, for there never Fcr Commissioner of Agriculture, our Revolution? Does any historian, or Issue them as money. But what would was in Stanford a preacher better belovION B.N ALL, of Lou'uville. statesman, or even mountebank under- thev buy either in Europe, Asia, or Af- ed by his people or thought more of by tbe public generally. For Railroad Commissioner, stand that by Great Britain's acknowl- rica? GEO. H. ALEXANDER, of Louiiville. The ladies of the Christian church are edgement of tbe sovereignty and inde"Let independence be our boast," For Representative, they thereupon glorioub words in one of our national request that we reproduce the following: pendence ol tbe States, OpM. F. NORTH. resolved themselves into a body of close songs. They warm the blood and fire They will spread dinner in Walton's era House each day of the convention. sure With the fructifying earth smiling communioni8ts determined to have no the patriotic heart. But let us bo man Aug. 20, dinner will be furnished by commercial dealings with any other that we know what they mean. A over crops never more bountiful; with Hustonville and McCormack churches. the bum oi business everywhere glad nation upon tbe earth? To be sure noth- is independent only as to those matter?a and Mrs. Richard Cobb, Mrs. Mary Giv- That arc worth $1.50 and the S3 sale of Men's Suits we sold early in and his belong-incdening tbe ear; with the pay of wage ing but ignorance would suggest such which concern himself and no one else. If be desires to ens, Mrs. S. W. Givens, Mrs. Lawson, the season for 5.00, 6.00 and 7.00 and the 6 00 sale of Men's Suits earners all over tbe country voluntarily a thing. In point of historic truth, one priof live as a civilized being enjoying the Mrs. Forestus Held, Mrs. J. B. Foster, we sold early in the season at 9.00 and 10.00. increased and with the winter of discon- of the precipitating, if not one the social ex- Mrs. Dwlght Root, Mrs. ikazley aud Mr. tent mado glorious by a sun as bright as mary causes of the Revolution was that comforts or the luxuries which by its exercise istence both require and furnish if he Harry B.ish. sun ever shone, tbe calamity howler, the mother country bad, Aug 21, dinner will be furnished by restrained the wants to secure the respect of his neighlike Othello, finds bis occupation gone of tbe power of taxation, colonies and made bors and to be in fellowship with his Crab Orchard, Itiwlaud, Goshen and and unable to fool the masses as former commerce of the restriction. Comby the kind, thon surely must he lay his inde- Rush Branch churches, and Mrs. W. P. ly. Instead of being charged with all them poor Otherwise he must Grimes, Mrs. It L Porter, Mrs James of tho things needful. pendence down. tbe ills that flesh and the body politic iq merce was one be no real indewinter and aestivate in sum- Beazley, Mrs. Sim Perkins, Mrs. Perkins, Any thing in Dry Goods and Furnishings for Ladies or Men in heir to, tbe democratic administration is Without it, there couldis a contradiction hibernate in Mrs. Hugh Seargent, Mrs. E B. Bcaz'ey, mer. summer goods will go now at half its former price. getting credit for the return of the coun- pendence. Indeed.it A government is independent only Mrs. Vaughn and Mrs. Hail. of independence with democrats, who of terms to speak try to prosperity and the policy August 22, dinner will be furnished by is as silly as to as to tbe features of its internal made fools of themselves by staying at out freedom of trade. It which can in no wise affect any other Turnersville and Stanford churche, and being allowed to trade home or voting the republican ticket at talk about a man government. If this is what we want, Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, Mrs. Will lltja for himself when be arrives at 21 years the last election, are seeing tbe error of and thiaonlv. then should we at once Mrs. John H. Bright, Mrs. Jack Bcsley, him to trading their way and returning to the fold. Tbe of age and then restrict folks. It is well cease all commerce with other countries, Mrs. Fred Bishop, Mis. Geo W.Tribble, outlook is bright and grows brighten with his own kin embassadors and min- Mrs. John White, Mrs. L. L. Dawson, to occasionally withdraw all our therefore and if Gen. Hardin in his speech at Lou enough isters and consuls, destroy our nayy and Mrs. G. A. Lackey, Mrs. Ben Bryan, Mrs. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Monday night will say "I pauBe and look at the full import of the build a wall wbicb shall exceed Adrian's Jos. Ballou, Mrs. Richard Cobb, isville Jr , Mits a certain sense, have been for free silver, but being a words we employ. In frontier lines. T; D. RANEY, Manager. Lucy Sim recn. to certain things, no around our entire democrat who always subscribes to what that.ls with respect indijust as no NEWSY NOTES. that party through its recognized agents nation is independent, shall 6tand vidual is independent. While in another declares as its principles, I Branch Stores: -The bank of Shelby, Tenn., closed as eyery by the platform," then all hades can not eense every sovereign nation, Liabilities $107,000; assets doors. its do as it likes. prevail against the election of tbe State freeman, is at liberty to It is not the great sicknesses or the Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Remembering the familiar maxim $137,000. ticket by at least 30,000 majority. great trials that are hardest to bear. A mob at Ellenshurg, Wash., hang Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. that what is true of an individual is likeIt is fhe little cxations, the petty anmurderThe silver conference at Washington ly to bo true of a nation, let ub see in ed a father and a son who bad " martyrdom of trifles." noyances, the was a fizzling failure. Only 19 States what respect a citizen of this country Is ed two men. Take the case of a woman who hat cona Pittsburgh, Pa., drunkJohn Gray, were represented, and in several instan- independent. As to bis own person, be stant headaches, nervous break downs, ard, pawned bis wife's false teeth for a bilious attacks, dizziness, loss of appetite, ces like Kentucky, by only one delegate. may wear such clothes, linen or woolen, etc. She la never wholly sick aud yet never well. She la expected to be "up and Our friend, Urey Woodson, of the Ow as he likes; he may eat such food as he quart of whisky. In rescuing his children from their aboutisher work," yet she sutlers keenly. ensboro Messenger, whom Mr. Watter-so- n relishes, he may live in such bouse as It simply a case of biliousness and A Big Line and was fataltorpid liver, under which her system is delights to call his Little Bopeep, his fancy selects or his purse admits, he burning home, James Williams running- down. She wants, first of all, to take at liver pill which will cause the held this great Commonwealth up by the may vote any ticket he pleases, he may ly burned at Paris. bowels to discharge all the secreted bile A fira starting in Brown k Bailey's though a man of small physical pro- join any church or worship aoy God; he tail, which U poisoning the blood. When the x factory caused a loss of $500, bowels arc thoroughly opened she has re.portions, and tried to make tbe other may ride or he may walk; be may stay paper-bomoved the chief Irritant. Now for the next ten days she wants limply a power-fa- ! In the 000 in Philadelphia. lonesome delegates believe that Ken- at home or he may go abroad. Offered. tonic and blood purifier to strengthen At Willow Grove, Pa., two brothers of his family, tucky is first and last for free silver, be control and management the system and repair tbe waste. One was killed cad Bir. Brer WoodeorTls a man of mucn tbe freedom of bis will his indepe- fought while drunk. You can get both of these medicines Tbe and the other is dying. acagosity, when considered on matters ndenceIs scarcely less restrained. (in two separate boxes) at one price, At Morgantown, W. Va , three men 25 cents, by asking your druggist for and things in general, but his mania for apparel, tbe furnishings, the schooling of were killed ond.flve Injured'by the exthe white metal may possibly become so children, the attendance upon church sepaOn best Vapor Stoves made, at plosion of a thresher boiler. and PcllctH. (If bought would acute as to drive him out of the demo and many other things which need not rately in any other form they a farmer residing William Grout, cost double. They are a sure cure cratic party and to tbe support of his be expressed, are within bis control. In ef for constipation and biliousness. Tomtit Pettit, if he these respects, Bociety does not and can near Jackson. Tenn.. died from the townsman, the Hon. jacket's sting. Try this once. not by authority interfere with him. fects of a yellow watched. is not Defaulting Treasurer Taylor, of But this He is an independent man. is daily realizing that she independence ceases and the most pro- South Dakota, has been sentenced to fie Louisville BEOWN UFO. CO., New York. it has probably bitten off more than she nounced dependence begins when this years' imprisonment Bt hard labor. Another body has been found in can masticate in the matter of edtertain independent man bestirs himself to pro For sale by W. H McRoberts. New York ruins. This makes 15 is expected that ingtheG. A. R.. It things necessary to gratify the cure the 300,000 people w ill be drawn to that city his independent desires. He wants a dead in all, with two still missing. The Mexican authorities caught a A. S. by tbe encampment, or n number more house to live in. He is dependent The immense line of Furniture we bought while in the city is arband of robbers, shot 17 of them and than a third larger than its entire popu- on the lumberman, the Surgeon Mexican army. lation. As there are only 27 hotels with riving daily. Every piece was selected from the choicest lines shown the carpenter, the impressed 40 into the the Dentist, V The Navarre Cafe at LexingtOD, a sleeping capacity under heaviest pressn, the day laborthe tinner, You will find the in the Cincinnati Furniture Exposition. ure of 9,780, it will be Been that a good er; in brief, upon scores of others. For owned and run bv Riley Grannan, tbe deal of hustling has to be done to pro- a cup of coffee and the Buear to sweeten plunger, baa been closed by the sheriff. Office over McRoberts' Drugstore In the Owsley The republicans of Mercer hae vide places for the other 292,220 to Bleep. it he depends upon the grocer; for his Building a successful enNat L. Curry, The State of Kentucky as well as the clothes on his tailor; for his shoes on the nominated tire South is interested in the proper en- shoemaker; for bis bread on the miller; young business man, for representative. In keeping with your purse. Come in andjlook through. We take At Portsmouth, O., John Middleton tertainment of the old soldiers, and we for his meat on the butcher; for the edpleasure in showing our goods. Our carpet line is a new feature Successors to J II. Hlggins, Dealers in are sure that tbe Louiavillians will do ucation of his children on the Bchool shot his brother Tom to death because which will certainly interest you. theh utmost to maintain the reputation teachor; for church membership on the he refused to give him a chew of tobac of the BPction for hospitality and cordial congregation. But why enumerate? Tbe co. The boiler at John limes saw mill treatment of the strangers within her citations might be spun out to infinity. on Clay Lick, in Montgomery county, Ky. gates. Each one and all of them show that in the exploded, killing Hines, his son and the We will continue the coil bunnets st Mr Ills Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. narrowest senBe only is man indepenfireman. gins' old stand and will have on hand at all times A paper trust with a capital of was held in $15,000 for the very best coal whlcn we will deliver promptly. Dr. Elliaton designed by Provis sending news paper away up, dent. Nor was It ever We will tell strictly for cash and will make it to idence that he should be other than he the killing of Druggist Dickinson, of the interest of the people ol this section to pay but it is likely that it will rue the day it The dead man was a Cash, j, made a dependent being to WilliamBtown. was born. The leading publishers are is. He was of his own na- close relative of the preparing to take ateps to manufacture teach him the weakness Gov. Atkinson, of Georgia, has resbrotherhood of man. their own paper and leave the trust out ture and the Even so is tbe principle true when ap- pited until October 18 Mrs. Elizabeth in the cold, just as the type truBt has -:- nations. They have provided hobles, who was to have been executed In School Supples at been, by antitrust concerns. For in plied to for the murder of her husband. of for a chief executive, a supreme and a Btance, Barnbart Bros. & Spindler, At Payno's Depot, Scott county, Ky. and a legislative Chicago, sell type a great deal lower than subordinate judiciary, body. They have given names to and Robert Brock killed Lewis Payne, his it was ever known before and much low3 They fell out over a of those officers who brother-in-laer than the truBt, which is already be- defined the powers 1E95 Payne of stealing. of government. pocket Brock accused ginning to totter. The country is too exercise the functions Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Departmonopolize They have provided how an army Bhall ments. large for any one concern to HUBBLE. Scientific, Classlcsl and Special Coursos ol of all offices and bo created, for tbe term its trade. Dr. Doolin and brother, of Pulaski, Study. of Music, Art, French and Elocution. Schools the compensation of their servants. Ilest teachers employed, each a specialist in her was nomi- They have made their own laws declar- are visiting T. O. Rankin. Judos George B. Eastin own Department. A Large Stock and each article the very best to be had at its sold his brown appellate judgship in tbe ing what Bhall and what shall not be Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of G. B. Swinebroad nated for the teachers. price. the other Louisville dist-ic- t, For further informajion, address done and the penalty for tbe violation. mare for $100 to Wood P. Green. WILLIAM SHKLTON, President. 31 D. N.Prewitt received a lot of lambs democrats refusing to submit to party In these and similar respects tbe United action. The judge is how serving by ap States are independent of other nations. here this week at an average of 3c. MissBettie Sieners, of Louisville, is pointment and has proved himself so Other nations are no more interested in worthy of the trust, that he should, as these matters than neighbor Smith is in- visiting Miss Mary Eubanks. A. M. Luce he doubtless will, be handsomely en- terested in the color of neighbor Jones' ond wife have returned from a week's Crab Orchard, Ky. dorsed to complete tbe term. coat. But when it comes to tho great visit around Nicholasville and report fine commercial transactions, whether be- corn crops. G. A.Swinebroad conducted Over at Lexington, where they live on tween nations respectively or between the prayer meeting services here Sunday Select, Private, High Grade, Thor! politics and on sensations, 52 candidates tbe citizens of the respective nations an night and. gave the audience a splendid ough, Practical, Progressive. democratic primary have entered for the entirely different principle obtains. lecture on every day Christian dutiei offito be held on tbe 22d. Some of the B. W. Givens and Dolph Rice and fami- Will enter upon the second year's At this point independence gives way. ces are not worth what It costs to pay a work Sept. 2, and will close a commercial sense, which we have lies have returned from Dripping Springs In proportionate part of the primary elec- seen is by far tbe broader sense, the peo- much refreshed. J. F. Rigney has reMay 30, 1896. tion expenses, but tbo average man hones ple of the United States are as depen- turned from tbe Casey circuit court and For terms of admission apply to for a little brief authority and will cut all dent upon the e of other reports a fine corn crop in old Casey. kinds of fantaatic tricks to obtain it. been on the puny list. countries as any man among us is de- 8. Dunbar has Dr. Jno. S. Stapp, Pres. 1 is visiting friends at whisky trust's property sold at pendent on bis merchant, his tailor, bis Miss Sallie Smith The Crab Orchard, Ky. 45 1 grr cer, his carpenter, his miller or his Bcuna Vista. auction for 19,800,000. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal non-readi- tost and Final Gat OF THE SEASON. bus-bau- d Lieutenant-Governo- r, i p Cut Prices on all Summer Goods ! Boy's Knee Pants Suits for 75 Cents. No other Offering Ever Approach ed it in Value. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, TLTn net "Half Sick." -- GASOLINE STOVES. Speeial Inducements, Extremely Low)! Prices READ THIS TWICE W. H. WEAREN & CO.'S ! PRICE, wood-sawye- r, iron-mong- er, JSijcliijK brick-maso- Stanford, Ky R. R. Noel & Son, Stanford, Styles in Taste and Price WITHERS & HOOKER, All Hinds of Coal, $35,-000,0- 00 to-da- y STANFORD College, Female Every Thing You Want! Stanford, FallSession Opens Sept. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. so-cal- led COLLEGE HOME. TRUN KS VALISES TELESCOPES AND trades-peopl- CLUB BAGS AT H J. : M'RORERTS. .n.iii . --Li. 'i mm m haHi I i JV ' ' L' iNTERIORjOURNIL 3rANFORD. Ky - AuauaT Business build you a home and need any help the Globe Company is ready to help you. Deckki.mann la untmrpanaed as a reInvestigate this business and you are pairer of watches and Jewelry. The Contest of elocution by ladies from The sure to be pleased with it. Col. Rose can work Is done well and promptly. Danville, Lancaster and Stanford, Fri stock of watches, novelties and jewelry be seen at the St Asaph Hotel. will take pleasure in showing you is day, Aug. 10 Admission 2oc, 3'ns and ho complete, wll selected and at very low 60 cents. A sensational suit has been filed prices. At Penny's Drue Store. James Fryk is oflering some great bar- against George P. Bright In the Boyle gains in dry goods that he extracted from circuit court by J. A. Hammonde, our PERSONAL POINTS. the great s'pecker Bros' failure. Don't Hubble correspondent. It is for $10,000 damages for slander, tho petition alleging is quite sick. Mh. W. H. Wear buy until you bbo them. Mh. Wim. Srvkranck Is hack from that Bright had publicly accused him of To those who owe us wo now say this burning his store to get the insurance Shelby. Miss Katb Babtin, of i'lttaburir, is vis is our hut call. We must have the mon- and of stealing paints and oils purchased ey Hud will expect you to heed this no- to use upon McKnndree church. Mr, itinx Miss May Martin. " tice, liughed fc Tate. n Hammonds' lawyers are Messrs. John JoNKS.of Somerset, is MiesOoRA Harding, of Dan tho Misses Ballon. Mr. Tinbley Si'Ounamohe left at our W. YerkeB and Robert la visiting ville, and L. F. Hubble, of Lancaster, Mb. Abiilev M. Liu-aholllce a Giant tomato, or rather a cluster Bright, who was here Wedfriends In Mt. Sterling of bIx tomatoes on one stem, which while Mr. Laytos, of HyattavlPe, Is weighed 4 pounds. The crop of this nesday, engaged W. H. Miller, W. G. Mhs. Marv Welch and Judge R. P. Jacobs to defend visiting the Mimes Noel. vegetable was never finer. him. Miss Etiikl Wai.kkb, of Garrard, Is Tux Louisville Times says that John the guest of the Misses Woods. Infirmary. Drs. J. G. Carpenter and Mr. F. M. Mousbr, of Dallas, Texas, is S. Smiley, formerly of this place, and J. F. Peyton have rented the dwelling Miss Amelia McDermolt wore hurt while on Danville Avenue belonging to Mrs vlsltina his brother, K. M. Mouser. Hanna. of UarrodsburR, riding tandem on a bicycle, which slip- Bettie Alford and will convert it into an Mibs Kittik J. Henry Redd, wife and little dauj h ped on tho muddy street, throwing the Infirmary. They have already bad a vast Is the Ruec of Mrs. II. J. McHoberts. ter, and Wall Lee, were struck by lightMiss Alice Moork, of Grab Orchard, is riders sprawling. deal of Improvement done and In a week ning and killed in Prince Edward counthe guest of Miss Elizabeth Logan. or bo will be propared to receive and care ty, Va. The Gilcher House under its new Mtfs Aliia Porx.of Boyle, is the guest for those who are unfortunate enough to George Denny, 8r., of Lancaster, proved too much for the Clemof Misses Mary and MrrkIa Bright. need medical attention. The doctors filed suit Monday against the L. & N. comens and It has closed down. The AdvoW. .!. Vickkrv, post olllce inspector, assistance of Miss Lou pany for $5,000 for damages be claims he says that Mr. II. B. Farris, who has have secured the was here yesterday examining accounts. cate blllott as neau nurse and other nurses received while attempting to get off a charge of the Clemens, is undeMb. Thornton Willis, of Woodford, been in will he engaged as the occasion demands. paBseDger train. cided what he will do. of our pretty yirls. was over to sie one Mist E iolt has had a great deal of exThe following were sent to the Mrs. Marv Llonsos.of Campbellsvllle, Smeliiy ifcSuiLiiy, the Junction City perience in the sick room and for several pen by the Knox circuit court; Jesse Mr. and Mrs. Wm, liverymen, have bought of Dwight Mc- year occupied a position as nurse In Dr. 11 with her parents, Taylor, for murder, 21 years; Tom Davis, Stephenson. Afee his livery outfit at McKinney and Joseph Price's hospital in Philadelphia manslaughter, 14 years; Pleas Hardy, I'liOK. W. G. Lackey has returned to will continue the business at the old Mrs. Elizabeth Eaton, who has the reprape, 10 years; James Logan, houseEllzibethtown, where ho holds a chair stand at that place. Two livery stables utation of being a splendid house keep- breaking, two years; Lizzie Harris, p, In the academy. two vpars. er, will have charge of the domestic deought to keep them busy. Mibsxb Mamy Folky and Annie Forth-otle- r, partment. Several of the most promiHow's This, Boys? A suit made to nent physicians in the State will NEW ADVEBTISEMENTrt. of Danville, spent yesterday with o order in 29 hours ! This I can do for the Messrs. Foley. board of consultation, while the Mus. Milks Saunders, of Springadd, you and if the suit does not fit you don't Dr. Joseph Price, of Philadelphia, one of was with her son, Hon. J. X. Saunders. have it to take. I guarantee a lit and if tho most eminont surgeons in the counit is not tailor made I will glvo It to you. try, and who by the way is an intimate For a tnn of years. The Humlr Farm near Monday and Tuesday. CrabOichard, Ky., containing Mb. M. H. Uudoli'II and wife, of Wich- Give me your trade. W. U. ShankB. friend of Dr. Carpenter, will occasionally Mr. Emmett ita, Kansap, are guests at ACRES OF LAND T. J. Uatchkh, the boss shoemaker, visit the institution. Dr. Carpenter tells ABOUT McUormack's in the West End.. ns that applications for room have al- Two Hundred and Fifty Acres, more or leu, In champion chess player and as good an Good water, Mrs. Mabtiia D. Grimes and Judge old Boldier as ever fought, bled and died ready been received and that his only cultivation.fruiti. &c. Improvement!, M. good FISH. variety of J. S. and E. Sterling Grimes returned yesterday from 48 Crab Orchard, Ky. under Stonewall Jackson, now occupies fear is that their houso will not be large t, visit to Mrs. Will Fields in Fayette. a room in the Intsiiiok Jouiinal build enough to accommodate their patients. Rev. W. U, Totter, pastor of the ing, where he can be found hammering Blue-Gras- s church, was MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Kirkavllle Presbyterian away from 7 a. m. till 0 i M. dally. with Uev. S. M. Logan a couplo of days. SA.Xi'El. Mrs. Levi X. Uaskin, of Middlesbo-ro- , A Knox county ollicer who banked on Mrs. W. U. Kirhy and Miss Mattle and five childdeserted her husband I will tell privately my Farm of Thompson are back from a month'a visit the propensity of a jury to mulct a rail- ren and eloped with Alfred Brooks. to relatives In Memphis and the captain road for any kind of charge and brought John Tate, of Lexington, at the 250 Acres of Good and Well Improved Land, is happy. suit for damages against the L. A X. be- point of a revolver, took his daughter, Mhs. Eugenia Hume, of Silver Creek, cause it made him ride in a Jim Crow who had eloped to Xicholasvlllo and had Well watered, good bouie and other improve, menu, and the Farm it in a high lUte of cultivawim tint oneat Tuesday of Mrs. W. P. car with bis negro prisoner, did not married, from her husband. tion, together with Stock, Crop and Farming Imreturning from Llnnletta. Mrs. reckon without his host. He was Awardplement!, if Walton, purchaser, and will O. McXorton, of Datlas, Texas, shot offer apecial detlred by the effect a inducement to tale by the S. B. White and children, of Richmond, ed a verdict of fl,000. nth at the on ot September, 1S9.. Said Farm la situated Sadie Johnson, bis bride-to-b-e, the Danville and Muitonville turnpike road. was also with her, returning home from about two miles from The elocutionary contest at Walton's altar. They were being married, and be appreciated, ihould Mutton vllle. The farm, to Danville. be teen. Per ton wtthlng promises to bo as the preacher was about to pronounce to purcnaie inouw can on or aaarett t J. B. Cook, oi Hnstonvllle, was htre Opera House a. a kino, wife, she backed out. attended, not only by our citi- them man and 48 Moreland, Ky this weekou his way to Richmond to fee hrgely McXorton exclaimed: ''Death or Marri of Boyle and Garrard. Collector Rodea. Mr. Cook, who is a U. zens, but those It will be well worth the price of admis- age." Sho turned to fly and he shot S. gauger, has been transferred from her In the back. county to a mountain district sion to see the six young ladles contest A dying husband at Bridgeport, gold watch and Dickens' works( which Includes Knox, Bell, Harlan and for thn -!GH COLLEGE, as each is well drilled and prepared to do Conn., knowing that his wife would marother counties. again and desiring to choose a hus her best. The judges will bo Col. T. P ry Misses Mary Myeiis and Dolly Hustonvillo, Ky. at Hill, of Stanford, Riv. George Gowan, of band for her, got her to consent to marry who have been 8ummoring a certain man, who was willing to the A Home School for the higher education oi and W. J. Price, Esq , of Dan combining and refining Lake Chautauqua, arrived Wednesday Lancaster, proposition, as soon as he was dead. They young ladies, a Chrittian the comiorttthorough ininfluences ol Home with guest of Miss Flor yllle. Secure a seat at McRoberts' drug and Miss Myere is the struction in all the elements that enter into the kept their promise and the preacher who education of a cultured Chnttian woman. enceTrueheart. Misses Mattie Paxton store for 50 cents. administered tho last consolations of next annual session of this old, well known The and city council should force an obedi- religion to the dying man performed the popular institution Fannlo Shank, who were also at the and The Lake, took a trip on the St. Lawrence ence to its orders or it will bring itself ceremony of the marriage of bis widow Will Open Monday, Sept, 2, 1895, river and did not resell home till yes- into such contempt nobody will pay any over his death bed. With a full corps oflnitructors In all departments, attention to it. The order for the payterday. Literary and Scientific, Muie, Art, Normal and FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Commercial. Hoard, tuition and music for term ol ment of the dog tax has not mot with a t n y Weeks $35 For Catalogue address CITY AND V1R1MTY. single response and owners of worthless Winter oats for sale. O. T. Bohon, J. ITNKERION, President, 47 Hustonville, Ky. Arcsii dinner cups. Danks, the jew curs continue to permit them to drive Hustonville. sleep from their neighbors' eyes by mak bought of W. W. Lyon P. W. Green eler. r ing night hideous with their howls and a gray mare for f 125. Bale, Apply at this An electropoiae for barks. We are going to publish the J. L. Yantia bought in the East Eud ollico. J K. BARKER, Proprietor, names of all who are made to pay so that 20 calves at $S to $12 50. Craig & those who do not may have to sudor. - M. F. Elkln bought of J. O. Eubanka Blub Lick water on Ice at several fat heifers at 2 jc. Hocker's. J. W. Bccknek, the old umbrella man, Kates TWO DOLLARS Pr Day. Pleasants it Stngg Bold to Isaac ShelWk are now suoeiug for 8U cents caah is rising in the world. He used to say by four bows and 35 pigs for $09. Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large that riding gave him corns on his feet, or fl credit. Wallace & Son. Owens & Givens have 250 ewes and Commodious Sample Rooms. r t but that was becauao he had nothing to Halls and oflice connected by Electric Bells. Prompt and polite service to guests. Elocutionary contest prizoj on exhi- ride. Now he has grown so prosperous which they will sell very cheap. 47 ' of J. M. McAl-late- r P. W. Green bought bition at Danks', the- Jeweler. that yesterday ho appeared here sporta pair of bay mares for $325. ing a horse and wagon, with a boy driv Myron McUenry offers to match tablets, cheap, and very ing it and a little dog trotting along un Wk have new against any pacer in the world best quality. W. B. McRoberts. der it. This shows what steady effort Gentry A CUSS FAE for $5,000 a sido. will accomplish in anything and who Bix our beautiful bilk shade, genuine A four gallon young Jersey, dam See knows but what Col. Buckner may yet I will on the premises on Kioto bauquet lamps. Danks, the jew- ride in his own coach and four with a gallon cow, for Bale by J. T. Bohon, Kldd's Store, Ky. 18, eler liyeried servant handling the ribbons? A. T. Traylor and others will Bhip In Offer at public sale the valuable tract of land in at W. You can get a tailor inado suit A Row and a Rumpus. In the heat of a fow days a number of fine horses- - to Garrard County, Ky., on the tnrnpike road leadH. Shanks' in 20 bourB. A fit guaraning from Danville to Lexington, known as "the argument in a law suit against a doctor show at tho London Fair. Camp Dick Robinson Farm." The teed a certain limb of tho law madn an John Wharton sold to Jordon Gray, Acres, The platform at the depot is being re- exaggerated statement of the number of of Louisville, a r old saddle geld- Farm Contains about 335 to be replaced by gravel raiBed to law suits that the doctor was in, which ing by Gilt Edge for 350. moved And is one of the vcrv best and richest tracts of land in the State of Kentucky. It is the proper height. nettled him very much. Wednesday Fob Sale. Fino thoroughbred Po- hemp, tabacco and grass land and is in a hign IT1 they met in W. U.Miller's oflico, when land China shoats, ready to wean. Hu- state of cultivation. Sbb Withers & Hocker's new line of the doctor proceeded to tell tho lawyer bert and Jamie Carpenter. It Is Well Fenced, wall papers, carpets, mattings, oil cloths, Isaac Shelby weighed to Dick Gen- With the very best post and railing, nearly new Shakespeare and library tableB, what ho thought of such remarks. The rugs, lawyer admitted that ho had stretched try, of Boyle, for Xelson Morris 40 cattle and In good repair. The dwelling house contains &c. ten or twelve rooms. It has recently been remodthe truth decidedly, as lawyers are apt to averaging 1.4S0 pounds at 5c. eled and ia in every respect a comforable. modern ol A youno lady lu tnis county wrote to do in such matters, but this did not satJno. M. Jones bought in Shelby dwelling house, in a fine state preservation, of a certain school for tho isfy tho doctor, who intimated pretty county lost week 60 head of cattle at 3 IN SPLENDID REPAIR.VERY ATTRACTIVE the trustees position of teacher and received the re- strongly that the judge had prevaricated. and 3$ cents. Georgetown Times. Xo more comfortable or more desirable home, to "higher a Thereupon the lawyer hit tho doctor in aponse that they intended John Sherron sold to Joseph either for stock or agricultural purposes, can be the face and a lively scrap ensued. Mr. 3 J acres new corn at $2 In tho crib. toundin Central Kentucky. mall teecher." Miller rushed in to separate the fighters This is the first Bale we have heard of. It is Conveniently Located on Fine Constable Tom Benedict arrested Tcm and succeeded in doing so, not until he Victor Mazzone 2:21 J was sold at Turnpikes and is well Watered Williams, an escaped prisoner from the met the fate of all peacemakers, howev- Lexington by the shorifT, tho result of a , at Bonoyville, tho Danville falling Springs that seem to be abso From to serve er, by getting tho worst of the scrap. It law suit bv tho owner, Herman Duhme, lutely never inexhaustible, with t.oughs attached; will other night and aont him back is told that while he held the combat- of Cincinnati, and John Farris, his train- water aoo head of stock in driest seasons. There good outhouses, out hla term. ants apart with each hand, they both er, of that city. The latter outbid tho are severalwill hold jo acres a large, new tobacco of tobacco, and three barn that tenement houses. Chancellor bis pommeled him in tho faco, but as his former, getting tho colt for $1,125. J. Obaio eold to B. 0 The land Is not only on good turnpikes, but of Crab Orchard personal pulchritude is not much the The new Jockey Club, of Louisville, easy access to the Q. it C. L. & N. and L. S. rail, farm of 101 acrea on the ways, and to Danville, Lancaster, Uryantsville for 12,600. worse for tbejexperience, this is proba- will begin Ita fall meeting Sept. 13 aud Harrodsburg and Lexington, nlko four miles from town, Full possession of gave f 4,160 for the place, but bly an invention of Col. Welch. Tho continue 18 days. All the crack horses January i, 1S96, willthe property will be given Mr. Craig the usual privilege of seeddwelling by Are upon which doctor got out a warrant for breach of in the West, 800 in number.will be there ing In small grain during the Fall. lost the in paresis and The land In the two the peace, but the trial of the case was and a great time is expected. Mr. a whole andwill be offered accented. Other then as terms the best bid there was no Insurance. has lost over postponed, trnd In the meantime day of sale. the Charles F. Price, secretary, will accept reasonable and made known onGENTRY. he baa been here be years RICHARD Trustee. of reluming to Virginia lawyer, like a pretty boy, went up and the thanks of this office for an invita3 000 and thinks , 46 T. D. English, Auctioneer. tion. confessed a fine. worsted. before he gets iurther is E. C. Walton, Cm- -. H.... Robe, whola renresentin? thn -, .. Globe Building and Loan Company, of Silver novelties at Danks, the jew- - Louisville, arrived here Tuesday morneler. ing, lie is general agent and Is here to 10, 1895 Monkv to loan on real estate Address organize a local board (or his company. Box ISO, Stanford. The Globe is second to none In the UnitManager Ik prices have any eiTect W. H. Shanks ed States, and il you are intending to SmnT waist aete. Beauties At Danks.' v -- Kentucky's apple crop average leada the country. The government report shows thflt the general fruit yield Is bountiful. Secretary Ban V. Smith writes that from present Indications the Somerset Fair will be the grandest in its hiBtory. Remember the date, Sept. Wanted a Famm.-Wo- uld like it well located, well watered and to cost $10,000 or $12,000. Prefer to exchange other property in part payment. B. G. Gover, Mlllodgeville, Ky. The Clark County Fair and Trotting Association will hold its 7th annual meeting at Winchester, Aug. W. H. Garner, secretary, will please accent thanks for courtesies. August Belmont has bougnt Henry of Navarre from Byron McClelland and Dorian from J. W. Rodgers. He paid $25,000 for the first and ?7,500 for the other. B. G. Gover, to whom the 229 acre tract of the late Pendleton Jenkins, was sold by Commissioner R. O. Warren. Monday, not being prepared to make the bond at the time, it was bought by R. H. Logan at the same price, $36.05, and then R. H. Logan transferred his claim to the 175 acre tract to Josiah Bishop, who arranged for the payment at $41.75 an acre. 3-- NEWS FROM NEW YORK A Danville $ ' - Jlerchant ! the place to give your orders for cloth-lnK- - Says Goods Will be Cheap this Fall, and Orders a Cut on His Stock. Broadway and Eleventh Sts., V New York, Aug. 10, '95. J St. Denis Hotel, ") 22-2- 4. Dear Friend Harris: I am delighted with the Metropolis; it is a wonderful commercial center, and this hotel is a beauty and very spacious; judging from the throng which continually crowd the lobby one would suppose that it could accommodate all the people of Danville. Say, old boy, it pays a fellow big to come here instead of buying goods at home. Not only do we get much lower prices, but you make your selections from. m visl-tln- d m have the best and the finest to man-angemo- nt : t 1.' 'sV housp-brakin- com-pos- Farm For Rent. 400 We are scouring the market and we feel sure that our stock when complete will Ibe the finest, best selected, and lower in price than any that was ever shown in our thriving little city, and if we don't largely increase our business there will be something wrong with the intelligence and lrugality that has heretofore characterized Danville buyers. Every thing here indicates the return of good times, and am governed by our purchases according- iy. Give my regards to Cap, and all inquiring friends, and sell the balance of our spring goods, even if you suffer some loss, as we must have every inch of room for our fall '. Fine Farm POE and winter stock. Expect to be home about the latter part of next week, and hope this finds you as well as it leaves us. I am Yours Very Truly, J. L. FROHMAN. '? m An-dcrs- CiECTTRAX. Mc-Robe- rts, A House Full OF GOODS Cincinnati From the Specker Bros. & Co., Failure Consisting of Cottons, Calicoes, Canton Flannels, Flannels, Ginghams, Sheetings, Towels, Table Linens, The goods are lower than you will buy them later and 'tis Crashes . BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Keutucky. Money In Your Pocket! To buy now. ! SEVERANCE & SON. u PUBLIO SALE maam BANK! 9' Spectacles, Silver Joveliies. . Wednesday, Sept. '95 four-yea- first-cla- ss Fancy China. THE JBWBLBB Imitation Cut Glass, 1 Farm AND Km ; rl. 1 fl Yard Fence. - -- -, -- 1 --- .- . Mc-Cla- ry i A. C-SINEp Pii!MliilKy., Stanford, DEALER IN work-house- in lljl 1 il SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Metal Roofing, Hough, and Dressed dumber Lath, Sliingles, 22to, The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. STEEL WIND-MILL. L 14 HI 3 AGENT FOR THE COLUMBIA - 'ii-i- ' V1' f-- - .li tt'-- t ilH.lT i1 SiEiJifcM. f &ttffrH:itm&Mitm,mnt M4 m i nrmwnmtrrMtjummitmitMfimHUI STORTE Mrs. O. 0. Vanarsdall, her HOUSE, at this place. Misses Jennie McKinney "Hero we ore again." and Nannie Kennedy are nt home after j Crab Orchard, Ky. Tho attendance from this place at Published Every Tuoeday and Friday Stanford court Monday was very email an extended visit to Jellico and other Meet all Traini,nleht and day. Patrons lakes to AT any part of town Fice of Charge. point?. Carroll Rptd is visiting relatives Our tobacco $2 2?JffiU YKVRIN VDVANOE growing crop ia growers claim that their and friend here. II. W. Drye and wife, Good Livery Attached, Fare of Hotel $100 per promising for, tue moat NAlj j jT. if yL .J day. When not so paid 32.60 will be charged.- A. it, HAS UN, 1'rop, of Washington county, are visiting the years. : : Ky. C. 0. Vanarsdall has put 5,000 bush-o- ls family of his father, Mr. Stove Drye. of K. C. LOCAl TIME CARD. Office on Msln Mieet, Opposite the this place. Judge It. J. Breckinridee of new wheat into his elevator at (!0c NashrilU, Tenn., College for Toung Ladiesi Train leave Stanford i;t$a tn nd 3 p, and his estimable wife, of Danville, were per bushel. axriviug at 4:30 p. m. ami 9:13 p. m. H F9 forcaih or ." the H 1I ULtO. J ""' !Ve In trade hld" ' Ktt 11 lor leather on Walter Greening is building his litt'o the guests for a short time Tuesday of couriutrsai sianiora nr at my home in Olieu- Brpckin-- 1 LOCAL TIME CARD. nrlrn. Chas Knuslio, Tanner I. cabin from which to watch his water the Weatherford Hotol. Judge Rov.'.aeo. W. F. Price, D. D., Pros., melon crop. The crop in this communi- ridge was returning home from Liberty, No. M, Train going North . ia jpm means so much more than M. N'ewland, where he had been in nttnt.nce on the No, 16. " ,. 3 15 a m ty promises to be fair this year. ....... Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, Former- W.S. BlILn. Attr. rt Lsv Deputy Sheriff. No. 13, .. you imagine serious and p ra South .ij 04 Casey circuit court. .Torrv Adams, who' The colored convention raised about No. 3, . 1 15 p u ly of Stanf jrd, Ky., Lady Prinfatal diseases result from $400 for different purposes while in aes has been visiting his father's family here QUEEN & CRESCENT. cipal. trilling ailments neglected. sion in our town. When it comes to for some week, returned to McKinney,) Trust pan Junction City at follows: Conoral Colloctors, last Monday. His aister. Miss bhellini: out the shekels, the colored Texas, Don't play with Nature's No, South Three Ilulldlnifi: room for too boarders. Faculty :i. 48 a m No North ...3 j(pn brother Frances Adamn, accompanied him. " sets the pace for the white Chrispm of 40 Officers, Teachers and Lecturers Patronage Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky taisara " "4 " greatest gift health. o 3 " S " 6 " ...3.13 am tian. from entire outh. 1'ritilcKcs In Vandetbill Uni 135am We offer our letvlcts to the public to do a sen " ...6.00 am 8.40 pm "10 9 versity. Mu.le Conservatory ArliMuilio Mrs. Joseph Bryant, of Whitlev uxouarelcelintr . Fine Passenger Llevators Term beius eral ColteetlDL- - Ilj.lnr. Aprnunl. nnl.i Rflv. Brown, of JJurgin, preached last Notb. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and to run no furout of sorts, weak county, cavn birth to twin lpf week. collected iu all parts ot the county. :?pt, j, 1S55. Send for Catalogue, ther than Junction City, nor on Sunday. n Cm niu cenerallv cx Sunday morning at the Christian church. Joseph H. Bryant, the father, is 70 years , hausled, nervous, His discourse was greatly complimenUd old, and the mother Go. They hnve had imc no appctiie and can't work, by those who attended. Kev. Carl Melz-ler- , 14 children, c 1'Criii at once "STour the youngest being 22 years the most sella- of Danville Theological Seminary, ble ftrenctlienliiL' Law, Attornoy old. I will fro tnanv place where there are sixer will preach next Sunday morning and mcuicitic.wmcms more cattle to enoiu. I do the work with the Ittown's iron Hit- - A tw tin,. night at the Presbyterian church. Llghtnlrg Deherurr Can dehorn any cow la trra. Two LIvob Saved. three seconds, The knife makes a clean, smooth ties Mrs. of Both Mr. and Mrs. Charles Griggs told by Phoebe Thomas, hadfunction City, cut, doss not crush nor bivak the horn, as the comes from hi- - F consumption her doctors she ery first dose it Oflee on Lancaster Strict, oppoilte the Court clipper does. It Is the only humane way to deare on the sick list this week. Charley there was no hopo for her, hut two bottl House. Collections receive especial attention. SS horn Does not punish the animal like the saw, ttvn t t!jiH Kin' New Dlseoverv completely cured Adams is improyiug as rapidly as his sheAysit saved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggcrs, uj and the wound gets well as quick again as that ttttk, and uir it's made by the saw. Kor further Icfeiiiiitlon, call trom dread-fpleasant to take. friends could hope. Miss Ara Wright is Florida St., San Francisco, suffered Hied awithout cold, approaching consumption. rKV roN. Snford, Kv. SPRING AND SUMMER. See the Lightntna Prunlo? Hook. seriously ill with typhoid fever. Cus- result every thine else then bought one bottle of tet. Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was tomers at Squire Ellis' grocery missed the cured. Hois naturally thankful It is such reSomething to Beautify ,tho Ladies. prove the k'lilriPvf mn1 I I..p. DSnCtVla. genial presence of tho colonel this week. sults of which theseare samples, that coughs and wonderful efficacy of this medicine In Neuralgia, Troubles. Dally openining New Halt, flowers and laccsl The reason for George's absence from colds. Free trial bottlrs at G. L. Penny, Exor's Regular size oc and fl. am now ready to deliver tee uom the Stanford We gist the assurance to the trade that they wil. ' Constipation, Bad Blood business was that ho was sick. Miss Diutr Store m vs ater, Light and Ice Company's Factory find in our establishment the asme excluiiveness In style of patterns, hats and bennets and all the Alalarla, Nervoua allmenLs Mary Adams is nlso sick. Electric Bitters. leading novelties In Millinery for which we ate At and so This Women's complaints. 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds James II. Taylor, one of tho most popular remedy is becoming so well knownAll who known throughout the country. as to need no special mention. ' trimmer for the seahats secured a Get only tie Rctiulne it has crossed red nave used successful gardeners of this place, grew a praise. A Electric Hitters sing the same song of And over and.tfe a pound for 10 peunds and up son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respect, purer medicine does not exist and It Is ' meson the wrapper. All othrr to 100 fully solicit your patronise heretofore so literally stltutes Oniecelpti tuojc stamps wc summer cabbage this year that measured to do all that is claimed. Electric Hills due it of each momh M 1) UOPDKRAR' bestowed. J".1 ."."' el ' Ten Butlful World's litters will cure all diseases of the I.lver and Kid33 inches in circumforence after the out- neys, will remove Pimples, lloils, Salt Itheum and KATE DU D I) II KAK, Manager. E. IIKEMER, Stanford. Absolutely Pure. tiew a tui book tree. unwifii t.ncmiw.1. a er leaves had been trimmed oil". Wo other affections caused by Impure blood: wilt - aD.i,ti rupin4i .J, BALTIMORE, MO. system and prevent as drive , A cream of tarter baking pow- don't believe that this can be beat, un- well asmalariaall from the fevers For cure of HeadI malarial cure : : der. Highest of all in leavening less in tbo Kidd's Store neighborhood, ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money My M.llinirr St:k is f ill q l JAMES IIOLDASI , strength. Latest United States Tho writer has in his garden a stalk of refunded. Price joe and Ji per bottle at A .R. c?lsle. Call and esamine and you will I sure to buy a new Penny's drug stive. Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Government Food Report. corn with eight ears on it, all thriving. Spting Hat. m Lincoln county, subject to the action of the MISSLICCIE nEAZLEV, November election, 1835. Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo Many of our Christian brethren reEOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Stanford, Ky for The best salve Offers his services o the peanlr et West Lin gard the invitation to wagon prepared sores, ulcers, salt in the wotld sores,cut , bru'iestetter, chaprheum, fever coln and Casey Counties, 103 Wall Street, New York. lull stock of CottlBs W. S. BUUCII, hands, chilblains. orns and all skin eruptions. and Casket always on hand. food 10 miles to tho county seat to en t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is D. 3. Carpenter, Manager. 9J .A. G. Lanhasi tertain Stanford's guests at dinner next guaranteed to give pertcct satisfaction or money It a candidate for Superintendent Jo&n B. Cattleman. of Public refunded. Pnce 35 cents per box. For sale by Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action Tuesday in the light of joke of considerA R. Penny, Stanford, Ky of the Demociatic party able dimensions. We point with prido CORDIALLY : to the fact that our colored people enterTacallandexaain my fprlsg Millinery, which .........Proprietors of......... tained their State association of the I ant openinir up. I pride myself that H is well, selected and that It is bound to plesw. Having Christian church in great style and they bought lor cash and being determined to sell for cash, I cat l at the lowest possMc tulces An did not look to the East End for any And a complete line oi Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, in fact examination will convince you. STANFORD. KV. help either. MRS A A. McKlVNEY. every thing a pupil needs. Having bought of P W Green hts II. R. Camnitz is at work painting and horses, we arc mess and added new buggi for occupancy by the Yowell store-rooprepared to furnish I Mr. Wheeler, of Mayslick, who is exFIRST-CLAS- S V. U. BIUHY, Proprietor, TURNOUTS pected here about the 20th of this month, MANAGERS, Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. A splendid assortment. On short notice. The traveling public will flud Mays-lic- k Mr. Wheeler sold out his stock at London, - - - Kontucky. us always ready and willing to lurnlth DrumCommerce Building, Louisville Vtsgons, cither single or double, er Carri mers' and purchased an entirely new ono I have moved to my nsw Hotel and au bettsr ages or ail kinds at very uuiv riuuts. the Agents throughout the South to begin business with in this place. He boy s In and around town will alio find us the peoftepared thau ever to accommodate the public, Stop with us when in town at lood Livery attached and every convealeac dt- ple to deal with. will be accompanied by his wife, who ia ilred. Give mi a call. coutts and entertainments and your borte and veW. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, a sister of Mr. G. D. McGarty, of ML Everything new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. hicle will be well cared for. G, II. COOPER FRANK RILEY. tl Salem, and they will occupy rooms at w a, jons. Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; STANFORD, KY J T. JTNSS, UAXACKR Mrs. Chloe Bogle's. JTOXTES Last Saturday morning, while drivSan Francisco. Portland. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. ing a wagon doivn hill from .Totr & his house to bis barn, Wullace Goodo Of Lincoln County. noticed that the pitchfork lying on the Ky. .... Via The wagon was slipping oil. He attempted 1 he New t I!Uek DIsBood Roo P?Z' Pup.itl0tt J to step forward and catch it, when his ejttorf ?)'. mn feet slipped and do fell from the wagon Mill, All roof. pamt-e-d wilh LO-3iTcompany witn the pltcnlorx, wnicii in Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerg3t in its work by thrusting three of its Lancaster, Ky., TQFlg'Jisvui; HritEyT CdiCAta St "ta-prongs into his left side just below the the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoin- Is now n full operation, and invites the attention TJnly Dimes Car Route From NATIONAL BANK county its ribs. The wounds were not deep enough ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full in- ol the builders of Lincolnand low toprices.material, Note supcrlot workmanship OF STANTORD. KY. to be dangerous, but Wallace considers formation and application apply to OUR that he bad a narrow escape. SOME Capita! Stock- TOHXT We heartily welcome Prof. B. J. PertecUy clear poplaror yellnw pine flooring at S,nei hundred. As low aa St so ner hundred. Surplus............. Pinkerton and his estimable family to Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Perfectly clear yellow poplar weather boarding at our midst. While we regret exceedingly hundred. It Co per hundred. As low as Ji 30 per In yellow ,.A.,Jn,,10nf 'PMle is invited to the Sleepers of Modern Pattern. fac Allpatterns and thicknesses ot Ceiling Is the only to lose such accomplished instructors as For maps or any information, address chestnut and aih, as low as It j per Under the provisions National Hank In Stanford pine, poplar, of the National hundred. Iioubln dressed lumber as low as Ji per Prof, and Mrs. Thomson, we congratutTHANK J. REID.) E. H. BACON, hundred, lleautilut vllow pine rinlshlnit lumber, stock, but are secured not only bv the canlt.1 by the stockholders1 liability G. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, late ourselves in having such a compelor aa quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving us you. Chicago. Louisville. .uVnB'.rr.r' c ;? i ' "'THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, riv sworn tent and experienced teacher as Prof. statements of thecondition of 100,000. He SURE Lsncatter jyCxr ar mad each year.- - .he United State gov.," Denver. ' to call for St. Paul. Pinkerton to take charge of our educaMONON' tional interests. Prof. Thomson tells Route, ajd.tuone I"".V perfect safety to depositors. "' us that all of the graduates of Christian This institution on(f"'lr stabllsh.d as the College who have been examined for of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Rcpairiii All kinds U posit Hank of Stanford In tljj. then is. as the .National Hank ol Stanford In tCA. .n P W. GUEEN, Proprietor Jj teachers' positions have been awarded done in style. I ,1V VOU ARE GOING.. again a the First National llsnk ol s certificates He points with : : : Kontucky. aiamorti in iS3, has had practicallvan immi... or U ' l.,eMC.'?0V, upplid " pride to this fact and inquires, "where is now w Ith ' .1..1 inm.n.r,,, .u.ii prumpi 1. .n...; i.s, ..THE.. .. e(r" there another College with such a rec- corporations' Udu! A Hotel and I am still running thla Semi-Week- ly r 1 Interior Joornr HUSTONYILLE. sister-in-la- w, fAyAyy(Y O. In Poor Health THE BASTIN DB, W. B. PEirirsr, m Dentist, Stanford, Pcat-Olfi- j Oyin-naiiu- Brown's ti-j- B0YAl taic-in- w. s. btjbiCb:. Iron Stanford, at Kentucky. Dehorn Cattlo. vrijDiiiers ul cure-ben-efit I Its &AKP It Cures A- - 1 ICE I m POWDER 1 rirst-cla- ts . an-fttit-i. 1 1 TM F.lec"'-nitter- s. ISt F. -- J. T. STJTTOIT, TO THE LADHS3 m hustonville,:kentucky. undertaker, -- TH2J I4ADIES ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. insurance Company SCHOOL BOOKS, TAT10NMMY9 Q. B. COOPER, Livers-bus- INVITED Livery aiicl'FccclSlnblCt x-l- BAEBEE&OASTLEMAA THE RILEY HOUSE Drugs and Medioines, "W- - JB. M'ROBERTS, Money, Money . n two-hor- se TO TES CITIZENS BEOS,, NOET1WEST "" -. mmmm ILOXJISirXXJuR Money, Tin Sheet Iron Works, ! Stanford, TO Lancaster Planing P"' DVuS'uTTSi agmVranfaIV, m as. FIRST TO CHICAGO. H. KIKBTT, Insuraaoe Agent. OF PRICES: St. Asaph Carriage first-class $200,000 , 23,700 Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. ""? ii. i The Myers House, n WEST, flrst-clae- Horse Shoeing and Blacksmith, ng of all Kinds. Stanford, E. E. KIELEY. EN EXPERIENCED Has charge of our Painting Department. --.- LOUISVILLE t Naihvilii R. R. Is the ltae for you, as its Doable Dally Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Tot any information of JOES. RICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky , r ortY ' Since our last letter Burdett Powell, oao of our huatlinu, energetic voudl' mm, Bold to John Cofley, of Columbia, a black gelding and a roadster bay filly for a fancy price. Mr. Coffey bought the horse for his own use, while he bad a place for the mare. Uriah Dunn recently bought a jack from John Blain, of Stanford. It is a dry time when J. "W. Allen cannot Had something to buy or Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. will continue to give my guests the poliusl altsn "ias will as the best the msikct auurdi. MR. PEINTER. Special Attention' to the Travel Give us a trill. ' ing if UDllC D. S. CARPENTER, of Individuals r.sp.ctfully '.olic- Th. Directory of this Hank is competed ol Forcstua Heid. Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, LiuTbln; J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford; S. H. Haughuian jl Lincoln; r.blC W. A. Trlbble, SUaford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Htanlord; K. L. Tanner.JMcKinn.y; 6I.J. Miller, Mt.Vernon.K. Hocker, President; Jao J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Asst. Cashier. -- r'"rJ 1891 Reliable Process Greatly improved for 1895 and worthyjof consideration. Hustonvillo, Ky,, and Wagons, Plows and more nice Harness, Hridles, Whips and more Hinder Twine than was ever seen here. He invites th public to call and see his stock and get prices. Cider Mills and Cane Mills. Phaetons. Moie good Cultivators. J. S.llecker, Stanford;' Has more nice Furniture than was ever in More pretty liuggics, Surreys Hus-tonvll- le. Ey. Midland Only Duect Like Iletween R'y5 Cincinnati andFranlcfort Shortest and quickest AtJc for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU June s, 1805. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TlvAlNS EAST. a. m. p m. p. m. E.ve Kranklort A 1 00 7 00 4 00 M Elkhorn 4 ia 711 110 ' Stamping; Oround 7 98 430 148 Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Mayavillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. between Arr. C. S. Depot C........ " Paris ' GcorgetownB... 7 47 7 55 8 30 4 47 4 5.9 5 35 a 15 3 4 03 00 a tn. p. ro. 600 Cro Paris .....C 945 6 41 C. S. Depot ... to 17 U to 40 6 jj " Georgetown Stamp's Gro'd ' Klkhorn. ........ 16 703 7 aa it r" Arr Frankfjrt A- - 1130 7 35 TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. a, m. p. m. 440 j 35 $ 40 7 a3 8 13 75 SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 3S a, m; arrive Frankfort jo a.m. siLeave Frankfort 4 00 p. ra. arrive Georgetown 4 59 p. tn. Tho Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- tJoas form the shortest and cheap eotnts South, East, North and West For further information apply to their agents. C. D. BEKCAW. Gen. Past. Agrenu GEO. B. HARPER, Itec'r & Geo.Sup Frankfort, Ky. sell in the live stock line. This week be bought from J. K. Baughman two.butcb. era cattle at 2jc; also 10 of same kind from James Harper. He also bought a car load of fat sheep at lie, and a car load of lambs at 2Jc from diflerent parties, Bailey Drye sold to Mr, Gooch, near McKinney, his gray gelding, price S5. June Hocker last week sold to Wood Green, of Stanford, bis lloo mare for $125. Allen & Lyons bought from A. Hunn 25 butchers' cattle for 2Jc. They also purchased from Oarl Tanner six cattle, weighing from 700 to 1,000 pounds, at 3c. Uriah Dunn has completed his collection of stock for the Southern market and on next Tuesday his son, Mr. Jess Dunn, will leave with them for Barnwell, 8. 0., where he and his father will spend the winter trading. Owen Williams sold his colt to Millard Allen, price $45. Beecher Adams, of Newport, who has been visiting relatives here for soma time, has returned to that city. He expects, to close out his drug business in Newport and open up in Elkton, Ky. We hope his new venture may provo succeesful. Dudley Dolllns, of Waco, d. , .p uuio vu a vihu 10 relatives ana friends. Prof. J. B. Skinner, of Hamilton College, Lexington, was here with relatives since our laBt report. Mrs. Phillips, of Nashville, Tenn., is visiting J-- S M.S. Bacoiiiun. J. W. ItAUGHMAS. M. S.& J. W. -- Baughman, Fanners Bank&Trrjst Co OF STANFORD, KY., fa now fully.organiied and They have Prov-eni- a Success.! a I'ROrxIKTOHJ- LIVERY, FEED & SALE Paid up Capital 8Qrplus, . STABLE, i ready for business will of - - $200,000. 20,000. They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor, Guarantee ISatisf action Call and fee. ' Stanford, II you - Kontucky. livery give ua a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us for rates. In our ned first-cla- ss HIGGINS I&McKINNEY, -- "."" You will find a (rood assortment of Harness, Hri uaeuio .h."; dles, Saddles, Arc Have your repairing done by an individual. Tn Ihm. wh. n......A We have our man, he understands his business. vhile mDAfflntr th " mechanic tn our HARNESS SHOP SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIOVAr BANK OK STANTORD, Now closing up) with th aamt asseu and under the same management. My provisions of its chatter, depositor are aa fully protected a ate depositors Oanks, its sharehold.r. being held ISdividualu Uaoletothe.xtentofthe amount of their sraarii tea mM. . immint InwatH (n ....i :; & t ukI .!.. "" BLAOKSMITHSHOP. work and' atlsfactoiy Will guarantee p'ices Tiy our bona shoer. first-cla- H.(URUPLEY,-- with us, offering a. ag"uan,e tlon to ame,nur twenty banking and as lib.ral accommodation with sound banking. J izmwzxr& fKSK y,,' m re coi-isto- j ineir l - '""" . . . ouisiness ae" i "'""f" 4. to us nt $Mw& aaaas Attorney at Law, Stanlord, - - Kentucky. "Wallaoa E. Vamon, J. Is keceiyingf His SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Will act as Executor,Admtnistrator and Assignee Special attention given to Settlements of Elites, as Attorney and Sale and Division of nf ants' Lands. a, :i. Sh.nv. DW;"'ICumwin.P"he,.UU Prcildent, Offlc on Lancaster St. over Sapt.AV. F. McCla Dr. J.B. Owsley, Caihi.r, y' office. 90 W M. Brlf hi, Teller. WillUmi, Mt. Vrnon j . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, SUnford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. U. Owsley, Stsnfordj J. F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. 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