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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895082301 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. ": TWSr pir trip- - T''lViy'' y 'J 'iiF'"W'" -ir Tjp r' ' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. CHRISTIANS CONFER. on hiu appeal to liquidate a debt standing against the work. Mr. Dareio has but recently returned from a tour of Egypt. Palistlne, Asia Minor, Greece and other countries of tho uld world and and Ids vast supply of information on tho Biblo and historical matters have been greatly aucmonted. Elder Victor V. Dorris, of Nlcholas-vill- e, uextHpokeon "The Sunday-scho- ol and Miasione," and F. W. Dowling tho claims of "Our Orphans' Home" so earnestly and pathetically that immediate action waa takn to its full endowment. Tho committee on nominations for officers of the ensuing year reported J. J. Haley, of Cynthiana, for president; W. F. Rogers, of Bnrdstown, for secretary, and H. W. Elliott for State evan geliat and tho report wua unanimously adopted. W.J. Loos, editor of the Guide, and O. W. Dick, both of Louisville, are workers. The programs printed and presesnted by the Guide wero beau ties and a lino advertisement for that pre-sente- Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRLDAY. AUGUST 23. 1895. tions, who came over to see if Stanford had overreached horself and they found HUSTON VI LLE- - ti NO. 60 f' Mr. John Goode had a flno young maro badly injured by being kicked on tho leg by another horse a few days ago. DUFFY, Principal, Tho attendance at the public school this ycor is so far beyond thh exppcta tionsof tbe trustees that sufficient ac- A lull Preparatory Course lor College li (urnuhed, alto branches essential to a Thorough English Education. Miss Mattle L. Paxton will again fill the position of Aitittint. commodations were not provided and A Glorious Mooting and A now those worthy gentlemen ure casting Splondld about for desks to neat tho extra pupils. Juno Reid'e life is made miserable PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWO BODIES. by a boil on the back of bin neck, but is of tho mighty glad that ho isn't as bad off ai Tbo 12th annual convention OPENS Job was. C. T. Grigqs, who has been Women'e Board ol Mission Christian Mon-da- y experiencing what it is to havo a carbunat the Christian church convonod Special attention to Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, cle for tbe last 10 days, is ablo to be out evening at 8 o'clock, with a large Science, Belles-Lettre- s of the, presiand Music. Send for a Catalogue. again. In the absence MRS. M. W. BERRY, Principal. W. Harrison, Mrs. V. 8. for the Liberty bank Tho now safe dent, Mm. I. pissed through town last Saturday. We of Wlncheeter, Keene, gracefully presided. Devotional oxerclaes Buppoee it is large enough to keep eafely all tbo funds of our neighbors in Casey, were conducted by Mra. I. J. Spencer unless our friend, Dr. Tom Bohon, should and excellent papers wore rend by Mrs. sell his great discovery for destroying Burcb, Mlsa Minnie Loos and Mra. Mary Full course in Literary Department. tho enemies and accelerating the growth 0. Evans. of young garden plants and deposit the Five Months with Board, &c, for $S$, $qo, S95, according to grade. The exceeslvo heat of the day before proceeds there. pave away Tuesday to refreshing showJ. M. HUBBARD, President, There is a beautiful table on exhibiers, which were uot Bufllclont, however, paptr. away from the oxer, After devotional exercises at night by tion nt F. B. Twidwotl's druz etore made Howard Female College, to keep the crowd Gallatin, Tennessee. in the Frankfort penitentiary by Odie clsea, which began after a social half hour, George A. Miller, Rev. J. J. Haley adPaui,Bont up from this county, for killwith devotional exercises by Mlsa Jessie dressed tho body on tho "Motives of tho IT TAKES A- ing a negro at McKinney. The top of Judd. After the appointment of tbo al Missionary Work," which was listened delivered an to with markoJ attention by an audicommittees, Mrs. Keene the table consists of an Intricate piece ol mosaic work in different colors and address full ol Information concerning ence that packed every Inch of space In woods of different varieties. There are tbo objects and accomplishments of the tno large church. sovernl thousand pieces nf wood in the Foliowiug this tho resolution board. She was followed by Miss Susie ofpattern. It is to be rallied for Paul's Sublett, tho capable State secretary, In a fered by J. M. Rish, of Winchester, In benefit. report which showed that the Ky. 0. W., the afternoon to take pledges in support Colo Carppnter, our highly respectof tho Christian Church Widows and OrB. M. for 1805 had 70 auxiliaries, 10 ed townsman, is tho fortunate possessor live reorganized, 21 observed 0. W. phan's Home, Louisville, was adopted and of a greatly priznd and wonderful cat, B. M. way, with offering, amounting to put into effect at once, by calling forauch Thia cat has an accomplishment that is To command attention in times like this. So we come crying with a 127040, 11 missionary libraries reported, pledges. Tho sums raised aggregate number of nearly $1,100. The song service was very useful these warm evenings, that of loud voice to all the people. Come and see the first arrivals of beauan new life members. Total catching bats. But she does not wait to tiful fall and winter goods in Dress Goods and Gents' and mprnhnm 1.091. Tidings taken 307, State conducted by J. W. McGarvey, Jr , and Youth's It waa n delightful feature. pou" upon them after being knocked Clothing, and while the cry has been continually "up, up' on all fund f777.0- - Total contributions on the tio but springs into the air and 14,114 S2. TuunsnAV Mon.siNa. 4tcbeB them on tbe wing. If after lines of goods, we can truly say we will sell every line at the old The committee on future work reportreport of the treasurer, Mrs. O. L. The lunching on bat she feels a little thirsty, prices, and any light weight or summer goods at Bradley and Mrs". O. E. Hagerman'a re ed resolution that the Kentucky Chris she perches herself upon the rim of the port of chlldWa work were both satis- nun tuisaiuiinry vonvonuon uiKe out arslop bucket and reaching her paw down factory and encouraging. Mrs. J. J. Ha- ticles of incorporation. This resolution interesting address mid waa referred to the Stato mieslonary into the water brings a handful to her ley made a very mouth and sips until satisfied. morning aesslon closed with on hour board. A second resolution recommendtho Rev. E, M. 0. Dunklin, of Louis- Come and see of prayer conducted by Mr. Kcton. In the ing that the Y. P. S. O. E. of the Chrisoiy new stuff. Our Shoe stock was bought before the MT. YERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ville Theological Seminary, preached afternoon the prayer service was con- tian church of tho Stato, raise funds to great advance and we are in position to make it profitable for you to ducted by Mra. Bottle Bullock.after which placo in the field an evangelist, waa Jarvis Cook has discovered that he Wednesday night of last week at the Come and try it. is a first class medium and is holding Baptist church. He spent a few days trade with us. Prof. W. II. Cord reported on tho moun- adopted. Tho Sunday.schools were here Belling religious books and reported to Bupport an evangelist in the eeauce8 every week. work, which showed Uow tain inllon great amount of good was being accom- State. Mrs. J. W. Nesbitt was appointed that he did exceedingly well. Rev. Carl Tho church extension work waa pre- delegate by the Christian church to at- Metzler, of Danville, preached last Sunplished by it.' A number of district sented by Prof. J. W. McGarvey. tend the State tnirsionary convention at day to a large and attentive audienco at inanaiters mado gratifying reports. Tho Ways and Means Committee re- Stanford this week. tho Presbyterian church. We notice ""At night Mrs. Bayne conducted the ' VV. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hocker. call, which was responded to ported resolutions urging that every "Honor Roll The Jackson county delegates were that Rev. W. E. Foster, pastor elect of in a number of well prepared papers by church in tho State be enlisted in rais- enthusiastic over tho nomination of their the Middleburg Baptist church and here, was ordained to tho full ladle?, who had been selected to do bo, ing funds in tho support of the Stato man and extended the hand of good felwork of tbe gospel ministry last Sunday alter which Prof. II. L. Willett, of Chi- missionary work. lowship and other ingrodients to all. A pathetic resolution referring to the cago, delivered an address on tho aplen-dt- d The little girl left by a Bister of Mr. night in Louisville. There will bo serIDZETTO-GKEST.S- , is being done by this no afllictious of O. W. Yancey was offered F. Krueger, that haa been very low for vices at tho Presbyterian church at Mcwore that ble band of women and that of other and properly disposed ol. some time, is improving. Mr. K. is giv Kinney next Sunday morning at 11 STS-BTFOROne of tho very best addresses deliver- ing the littlo one a father'a care and o'clock A.M. almllar organizations. Prof. Willett holds This fruitful season has resulted in a chair In Chicago University and is a ed was that byltav. F. B. Walker, ol eeema to think more of the little one bringing to tbe front many fine speci Hlo delivery was Emlncnco, on "Duty of Preachera to than of his big boys. very learned man. We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet Missions," and it elicited much favoraflno and hla languago ornate. Tho preliminary Burvey of the Ken-- ) mens of vegetables. The first water Articleb, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, DrugThe oflkera elected for tho next term ble comment. tucky Southern began under charge of melons of tbe season appeared upon our gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most A number of brief talks were made by uapt. w. u.bprauunon Aug. are Mra. W. S. Keene, presidonfr Mrs. 0. was streets last week and tbe indications are liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your preE. Hsgerman, 1st vlcepresiuent; airs. i. Dr. George S.Savage, of the American finished up on the 21st and proves high- that they will be plentiful, cheap and of scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and ly satisfactory to tho president ol the fine quality. Mr. V. B. Morse invited a accuracy guaranteed. J. Spencer, ol Louisville, 2J do ; Mies Bible Society, Bro. Cave, J. A. Lord, Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line the Christian Standard, J. T. road who arrived here on the day of dozen friends last Monday to assist him Susie 8ublott, of Lexlngtou, secretary, xteiieoaum, rarmacisc. vraig or iiocker. l.. in eating a 30 pound melon grown in bis 01 opeciacies. Mra. 0. L. Bradley, Lexington, treasurer, Hawkins and the grand old ooldier, John completion of survey. and Mifa Mary Evans, Iulavllle, Bupt. I. Rogers. The first safety bicycle owned by a garden, Monday night. John Goode was The afternoon sessions began with a citizen of this town arrived last week. exhibiting two tomatoes, one weighing children'a work. We hoped to publish a list of tho visiting ladles, but not being ten minutea' talk by R. K. Crouaflold, of There aro now two here and orders aro 1 lb. and Soz , and the other lib, and able to procure it In full, preferred not Glasgow. Tiiis waa followod by an in- out for four more. Lack of good roads 12 oz. He also brought down town a And spiring and stirring address by F. M. explains tho delay in being in the swim. couple of stalks of corn from his field on tn furnifth n nartial report. body adUiins, secretary of the Foreign Mission- Roada are being improved and the bicy- the Danville pike measuring 14 feet in After prayer and eong tho ary Socioty. I. J. Spencer, ol Lexing- clists aro encouraging the good work and length. John Rout beat this, however journed sine die. with a stalk measuring 10 feet and large ton, supplemented F. M. Rain'a speech lending a helping hand. The 15th Annual Kentucky Mieslonary on foreign in proportion. The republican convontion for nommissionary work. The Convention met Wednesday morning at While Mr. Billy Williams was riding the most Tho convention was to close last night inating a candidate for Senator for the the Christian church under with a Y. P. S. 0. E. session to be led by 17th Stato Senatorial district met here with Millard Allen in his break cart, he favorablo auspices. Tho atmosphere W. D. Rice, superintendent of C. E. Monday. After a heated session held up was thrown backward from the vehicle purified and cooled by electricity and in Christian churches of Kentuc to 11 o'clock at night an adjournment and (ell to the pike with great force, reYou are invifed to call and see them. rain, . raa delightfully pleasant, and the . . . 1. .....! m .1... uuuuKcu tin. ky. AUdrees, Judge John D. Ellis, pres- was had. On Tuesday Wm. II. Clark, of sulting in n fracture of tbe right arm at uunureys o: ueiegaieo ident E. Kentucky State Union. Ad- Jackson, received the nomination on the elbow. While suffering considerapretty decorated church seem to appro dress, 0. I.J.Spencer. Adjournment. 50th ballot. Among tho candidates were ble pain be ie thankful to havo escaped clatetbe Importance of the occasion and Last night's session closed one of the John D. Jarvis, of Knox, Hon. Trim- with no worso injury. Mr, Wm. Sprag-ginfeel that it was good to be there. Rev. of the Fork, also met with a painbest conventions that has yet been hold ble, of Pulaski, and Mr. Wm. H. Clark, W. E. Ellla delivered tho welcoming adful accident last Monday. While inand in tho State. It waa suit of enorgy.work of Jackson. In balloting R. L. Ewell, dress In hla usually specting a bridge just beyond Mrs. Harwas responded toby and practical speeches. J. S. Kendrlck, ol Laurel, and J. B. Lair, of Rockcastle, easy manner, which received a number of votes. Ewell came per's, on the Bradfordsville pike, of much credit . Kev. J. 8. Kendrlck, of Danville, who tho president, hae which he is president, the horse be was Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of while tho words of welcome upon hlmsolf by his wise and impartial near receiving the nominotion. Judge driving became unruly and began to uaid that course oa tho presiding oflicer. H. W Morrow, the best man in tho republican were beautifully expressed the delegates party, was on hand working for bis coun kick, striking Mr. Spraggins just below had felt tho welcome by a united action hlllott, the Mate evangelist, has built ty man. tbe loft knee and inflicting a seriouB of the people, which spoke louder than hiuHolfupin the full confidence of tho wound and possibly breaking tho bono. Is Kentucky a Doubtful State? words could do. He then branched out brotherhood, who have learned to love Will Blaine, of Grant county, arriv Tho peculiar political conditions that upon tho church work, tho needs of tho him and to prize his valuable seryices. exist in Kentucky have led many people ed Monday on a visit to relatives in this Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle CONVENTIONALITIES. hour and tho importance of greater zeal Mrs. H. W. Elliott of Sulphur, Is one, to believe that the State is a doubtfnl community. He is with the family of nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine and effort for the Maater'a cause. one and that the republicans bavo a Squire Ellis at present. Sam Lusk has our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting Rov. J. 8. Kendrlck is president of the of the best singers in the body. 'liioy locked up the organ and tried chance to carry it this fall. For this accepted a lucrative and responsible po short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line Stato organization and presides over tho reason there is great interest both at eitlon with the weather bureau and is meetlnga with dignified promptness. II. the old fashioned way of Blnging, but it Buggies and Surreys. homo and abroad, in accurato and roll stationed near Harriman, Tenn. His old of so good. W. Elliott, finauclal agent, made a report wasn't near friends bore will now expect to be favorMrB. A. G. Wornall, of Paris, Mrs. D. able political news from all parts of tbo laof the year's work, which showed 40 ed in tho way of weather. Dr. Ed AlW. L. WITHERS, Salesman. days given to tbo A. Grimes and Mrs. Jano Stausiler, of State. Tho Weekly Courier Journal is borers In tho field, 041 covering this field perfectly and it corn was in Chattanooga last week. Ed now work and 1.0S7 additions to tho church; Covington, are among tho earnest workis publishing tho news without bias or Hopper is visiting his littlo daughter and located, 3L Sunday uchoolB, ers of tho mission. 20 preachers Mra. Fannio Moore, a delegate from prejudice. A close reader of tho Week many friends here. Mr. Rudolph and 10 prayer meetings and threo churches Courier Journal should be able to wife, nee Carpenter, aro visiting Emmet organized; $2,500 raised. The entire sum Paris, suffered several hemorrhages and ly family. Judge Boyle forecast in advance what will be the McCormuck'a raised by the combined missionary had to bo taken home Wednesday, much of the Stato election next No Stone and George E. Stone, of Liberty, outcome to the regret of those who met her. workers wore $02,600. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and The I. J. is indebted to Misa Susio vember. In addition to giving all the were with us last week. Misa Jessie McClellend, of Australia, delivHugh Cook haa returned home after a'plcaaant on easy monthly payments, orjany other terms to suit the purchaser political news and allthe news of every ered an address on Typical Preachera Sublett, the capable and accommodating kind, tho Weekly Courier Journal is of- visit to Lawrenceburg and other points. aocretary of the 0. W. B. M., for o best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line which was much enjoyed. lu getting up tho report of that fering to its sub jcribersj.f 0,000 in cash H. W. Drye and wife and child, who of goods as can be found any where in the land. devotional exerIn tho afternoon the presents for guesses as to the exact voto have been visiting his father,',8teve Drye, body, I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever cises wera conducted by Elder James and closest to tho exactj vote that will be left last week for thoir home in WashRov. P. H. Duncan, pastor of the LudHenderson, editor of tho before. Give me a call and be convinced. Vernon, of democratic, repeblican ington county, seven miles below Spring- sold them Kentucky Evangelist, and then low church and ex secretary of the State received by tho t& Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. South populist candidatesJifor governor o field. bright and brainy Rev. George Dar-el- S. 8. work, laid us under obligations for and Mrs. Martraret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking tho n notea and explanations we could hardly Kentucky. The price of (tho paper ia boy, Henry Haggard, a 10 year-o- ld of Frankfort, addressed thejeonven-tlonot give up her class in Music, but will continue only $1 a year. Saniplejcopiea contain-in- s was fatally wounded by Frauk Jonee, this position does have supplied from another source. on "The Future ol our State as before. Address full details of the cash present plan about tbe same age, at Winchester. teaching They were here yesterday from the Work." Llko all his efforts, School Write will be sent free to any address. had a tell- four corners. All tho surrounding counshoot through . thia was an excellent one and to Courier Journal Company, Louisville, Jones in jest attempted to Haggard's bat. for at its cloae $215 were raised ties were represented by large delega Ky. ing effect out alio hadn't. Stanford Full of Earnest Workers. Attondanco. d uu-tirl- ug uh-u- new-do- The women, God bless them, labored oarly and late to make the occasion memorable for its hospitality to tho visitor and right well did they succeed. Besides entertaining thorn Bt their homes, they epread dinner threo daya at Walton's Opera Houpo -- and auch dinners! Tho tables were laden with substantias and luxuries and each day there was enough left almost to feed as many more, although 425 dined sumptuously Tuesday, over 000 Wednesday and 800 yesterday. All who assisted und contributed deserve the highest praise, but if we wern't afraid of offending the others, wo would tnako honorable mention of at least six, whose names ought to be written in letters of gold and pictures of silver. Among the prominent preachers from abroad who aro in attendance at this convention are numbered: J. A. Lord, F M. Rains, of Cincinnati, und S. D. Perklmon, of Texas. Revs. George Darsio, Frankfort; R. Lynn Cave, Nashville, Tenn ; E. T. Boston, Mass ; H. K. X'endleton, Pittsburg, Pa.; II. L. Willett, 0. L. Loop, B. 0. Deweese, Robert Graham, J. T. Hawkins, J. B. Jones, J. W. McGarvey, G. L. Surber, Lexington; W. A. Glb9on, W. J. Loos, Louisville; 0. K. Marshall, Harrodsburg; W. 0. Prewitt, J. S. Rogers, W. II, Taylor, Versailles; Goo. Taub man, Newport, F. M. Finder, MayBlick; W.S. Willis, North Middletown; George Gowan, Lancaster; F. B. Walker, Eminence; Wm. U. Cord, Hazel Green; M. D. Clubb, Midway; H. D. Clark, Mt. Sterling; P. H. Duncan, Ludlow; 0. W. Dick, F. M. Dowling, CampbellHville; V. W. Dnrrls, Nicholasville; H. W. Elliott, Siilphui; R. D. Harding', Newport, J. J. Haley, Oynthiani; W. 8. Keene, Win Chester; J. S. Kendrlck, Danville; T. P Graham, Louisville. Robert Giddons, Harriman, Tenn., E. B. Scofield, Indiana, W. Loan Hnatonville, S. A. Collier, Rockcastle. s, Wil-Ham- Stanford Male Academy, F.J. OIFIEIEsrS SEPT. 3ZRJD, 1895. SEPTEMBER 9TH. Paris Classical Institute Educate Your Daughters. -- Iioiid, Bold Meel s, Almost Your Own Price! HUGHES & TATE. & - well-know- n CRAIG HOCKER, - KETITCKTT. l-- 'tu ed-itor- of n. ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, BEST IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDIN 5 3 eo iui 1 -- s, warm-heart- od LOOK HERE! Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, B. K. WJBAHEXT. PIANOS and ORGANS. asals-tanc- n e, Sunday-- P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. f fr " . f y sr rr! f!.v' tf "" " "I"VFW'7"" "' r1"""T "yyjpwayssj'y ? " 7117-- ' - y " - yv fiw r" y- - ' r,iv."-- T " iywyfy V vmfc.rs-y-- t"'ty u We write this in Borrow and not in ger. We admire Gen. Hardin personally, but the success of the party is nearer and dearer to us than the aspirations of any man. He has put both in jeopardy and made a hard fiht the harder by his course. It baa always been our rule to epbmit to a decision of the majority and we had hoped Gen. Hardin was as good a democrat. We hayn't given him up, however. We hope that he will get hia eyea opened aa he goes over the State and realize the hurt be is doing the democratic party. The Interior Journal will support and its editor will vote the democratic ticket, as both have never failed to do, but we can not force down the misgivings that we feel for ita ultimate success. The speech of Col. Bradley delighted his party as much as Gen. Hardin's disappointed bis. Hia viewa were clearly Btated and his effort waa atrong and manly. He is for the gold standard till an international agreement on silver is reached and stands squarely upon the platform built for him. Barring bis loose statements with reference to democratic management of affaire in Kentucky and a presentation of figures, which while they may not lie straight out, prevaricated considerabIy,his speech met fully expectations regarding it. We dislike to admit it, but be got decidedly the beet of the first round. Lyon sold to J. W. Allen Thk Louisville Post and tho Anzelgor, The story is out that Senator Blackcattle at 3c. They also leading German newspaper of same burn has positively declined to accept eight the city, have'repudiated Gen. Hardin and the assignments to speak made for him. sold to J. P. Rifia four heavy cattle at 3J we fear a great many voters will do like- by the democratic Stato campaign com 4jc. Thomas B. Adams, of Brighton, Ky. Ky., - August 23, 1985 wise. Tho Post calls upon him to with- mittee. If it is not true u ougai to oe. Stanford. got these two postoffico sold for Jake Graves, of Fayetto county, Kentucky draw and upon his failure to do so, that the committeo retire him. appointments Tuesday: O. W. Mason, 500 cattle averaging 1,500 lbs , to Nelson W. P. WALTON. The Louisville Times wants to support Andrews. Laurel county, vice J. H. Bus- Morris, at 5 cents. As a stock market Danville is playZ B. Hall, Artemus, Hardin and will do so "if ho will kindly tie, resigned, and vice J. A. Dickinson, re- ing out. There wero only 20 cattlo on and consistently leave a fulcrum for our Knox county, W acknowledge to a deep and bitter lltiln Kiitf. Inn anil the market county court day and Farris signed. .U WWW JM.A M.4M rlllln Intra " ...M . Uf U. disappointment over the opening speech Courier-Journa- l Orecon peoplo are raising a strong k Whitley bought them at 3 45. seems to havo The of Gen. P. V. Hardin. Taken generally Lincoln county will ba well repre protest against the continuance of the what waa expected of been knocked bo silly by Hardin's speech it was not up to sented at the Liberty fair next week. A that it has not been able to tell "where horse canning industry in tnat ataie. him at any point, and hia construction They claim that it will Injure the repu- number of our horsemen will take stock it is at," editorially. of the platform to agree with hia prewill go. Democrats everywhere are cast down tation of the State and of other canning and all of thoso who can conceived ideaa with reference to the silP. W. Green will start to Atlanta industries. and disaffection exists on all sides. ver question has made democrats who Will Gilbert and James Owens, Monday with n car load of the best things, both hearthad hoped for better wero killed by John horses that ever left the county. Thoy Committee has been brothers-in-laThk State Central sick and despondent over the outlook. called to meet at Louisville to Strauss at Keystone, W. Va., aa tho re- are mostly harness horses and somo of His position on the money question ia consider and try to cure tho disaffection sult of a fued. The slayer escaped to them aro as toppy as Kentucky affotds. in open defiance to the platform adopted created by Gen. Hardin'a speech. Many the Kentucky mountains and ia defying J. H. McAlister and J. B. Foster by so large a majority of the State bought of Price Bros., of Garrard, 19 including Hon. Boyd the officers. leading democrats, and baa driven many democrat a Winchester and Judge Burnett, flatly Justice William Strong, tho only re- heavy feeders for future delivery at 4c from his Bupport. He read hia epeech, refuse to support Hardin now. tired judge ot the U. S. Supremo court, and of R. L. Elkln, also of Garrard, 'ri which dealt largely in mattera of a rathdied at Lake Mannewaska, N. Y., Mon- of same at same price. Tney bought of WnAT shall it profit democracy if it day, aged 87. He served 10 aa Supreme S. J. Embry two feeders at 3Jc. er ancient date, and when the crowd called him down and asked for a discus- cam a whole convention and declare for judge and was a member of the famous Last year Nebraska was begging for sion of present issues, he is alleged to sound money and then lose out by the electoral commission. food for her starving people; this year have gotten rattled and lost his place on conduct of ita candidates? The gold reserve was reduced oeiow she will have wheat and corn to sell the manuscript, taking about five min$100,000,000 mark Tuesday by the the product being reported at 1S0.000,-00the HEWSY NOTES. utes to find it. His position ia the same bushelBof corn, 30,000,000 bushels of withdrawal of $2,S50,000 from the ,on the money question as Senator Blackfor export, but a deposit of $2- oats and 15,000,000 bushels of wheat. Tho death list of tho Denver hotel Chicago people are showing their burn, whoso course waa rebuked in the horror will, it is thought reach 25. syndicate TOOO.OOO in gold by tho bond State convention. Gen. Hardin's idea dislike for trotting races by their failure $101,077,143. Thojnas Alexander, of Franklyn, 0., restored it to seema to be that he is greater than hia fell from his horse while drunk and The Tillmanltea swept everything to attend tho meeting at Washington party, reasoning that the party knew hia broke his neck. Before them in South Carolina. A Till- Park. Records are being Btnashod daily viewa before it nominated bim and that Twentv-on- e bodies have thus far man rnnitutional convention has been and the cracks of the country ore there of them, that waa a democrats, but still they don't go. Five hundred been taken from the ruins of the Gumry chosen and the notwithstanding the platform adopted. Hotel at Denver. Hampton is exponent, people is an averago attendance. of whom Wade aniEMl-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL -- 900-pQu- THE- ds Louisville Store. Encouraged by the success which has attended our Spring and Summer business, great preparations arc beirig made for the large stock of 1 T Fall and Winter Line of Goods ! con-venti- Bought and which have already commenced to arrive. We must make room for it. VVc have a few things left in Summer Goods wc, will close out at half their value rather than carry them over. Wc wil quote you a few of the 0 Bub-treaau- For this week. A few pieces of Lawn and Challic, just the thing for this hot weather, worth jtfc, go now at yic to 4c. Lace Curtains 3 yards long, this week, 4SC per pair. t window shades, patent spring roller, 15c. Ladies' vests that sold at 10c, 15c and 25c, go this week at sc, ioc, 15c. Men's Summer Undershirts 15c, 23c and 3Sc, worth double the money. Six-foo- BARGAl i m.. pt wi y hs& f t ) d Thk Rev. FGrider, republican candi date for the Legislature in Casey and HuBsell, saya our correspondent misrepresented bim in bis statement that he ia a "free turnplker," and demands the nameB of the "several republicans" told bim be was for throwing open the pike gates. If the reverend brother will his spectacles and examine the letter, he will see that it does not say that republicans told the writer so, but "several republicans told him that Bro. Grider is not a popular man in bis party." This statement he stands by and the preacher bad beat not call for a bill of particulars Thk democracy of Ohio ih to be congratulated. The convention at Springfield adopted an honest money platform, indorsed President Cleveland and Senator Brice, denounced the present administration of Ohio and the work of the last Legislature and nominated a State ticket, all by 2:40 p. m. the same day it convened. Senator Bruce was on top all along tho line and his ticket was nominated by acclamation, headed by James E. Campbell for governor. The party in the Buckeye State seems to have gotten together and intend to redeem the State. ex-Go- v. uet i of appeals will keep its the governor will padlock hands off and hia pardon mill, Harlan county will have a much needed hanging possibly two of them. Overton, one of the men who murdered the peddler, Loeb, has been sentenced to death and his partner in the crime, Scott, will likely receive a sentence. The murder was peculiarly atrocious and the murderers richly deserve death. If the court EubankB Bros, sold a pair of 10 hand mare mules to Rue, of Mercer, for $200. Brand new stuff that has just come, Serges, Henrietta and Tricot, all G. A. Swinebroad sold 31 shades, 25c per yard. half breed nwes to Humphrey Hudson at $2 per head. John A Homer Baugh-ma- n bought of Humphrey Hudson 30 100 pound hoca at 4j cents. Advocate' W. B. Kidd bought the paBt week Some light weight suits for men that were bought at about their in Montgomery county about 250 cattlo, valued Wc have marked them down to $2. 50, $3, $$ and $8, not a weight 1,450 lbs., at 4 cents. Etnlry bought this week for Nelson Morris 210 one but what is worth double the money. cattlo of S. D. Got!; 100 of Joo L. Brown, and 307 of Jake Graves. They weighed from 1,500 to 1.C00 lbs., and brought 5 centa. Winchester Democrat. The winter turf oats as its name implies grows in turitB like timothy, A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, one grain producing often from 40 to SO T; D. RANEY, Manager. stems with good heads, which makes them yield from 40 to GO bushel on good 1 tnd. One bushel per acre is best amount Branch Stores. to bow and from Aug. 15 to October best children. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, of time The earlier eown the better graz- L. M. Whildln, a will produce more grazing than Virsailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. who has just returned i ig, they Philadelphia, from Montana, says that this year West- any email grain crop grown hero. Stock will got "iG.OOO.OOO are fond of it and it does not taint milk ern more for their wool than they expect- as rye; very hardy winter grown grazes ed." When McKinley reads such re- well late in April. ports he begins to suspect for the first We are in receipt of the following from time what calamity means. Barnbart Bros. & Spindler, the anti-trutype founders: WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Chicago, Aug. 19, 1S05. In the Intbrioh Jouhnal of Aug. lGth Our county was well represented at -- The Cclcbratcd- parthe republican convention at Mt. Vernon we note your very sensible editorial 13 present and agraph reapecting tho paper trust. It last Monday. There were considerable feeling between the leaders seema to us that the wise paper dealer will not go into such an arrangement if of the Trimble and Jams factions. he will pause a minute to reflect that the A telegram was received here Wednesday evening that Lewis Smith, who people be deals with with are as a rule of conviction and high purpose. It The best on earth. The best is always the cheapest. Try one. was sent to the penitentiary about seven men Bradford, hod been might be easy to form a beer trust or a vears ai?o for killinu whisky trust, or a sugar trust, because pardoned. It is the general opinion that all classes of people use these articles, he has Berved long enough, although he but as a rule only those of the most inwas sent for 12 years. telligence use printing paper. The exMemorial services of Gen. Green the Baptist perience of Barnbart Bros. & Spindler is, Clay Smith was held at printera and publishers as a rule, An opportunity to see- church last Sunday. Gen. Smith came that mean just what they Bay, and that their out from Louisville several years ago for political is and organized the church at this place opposition to the trust not effector bunkum, but down deep conand assisted it very much in its infancy. viction, and that they give effect to their Ho also contributed much to tho aid of traveling for it and words by their actions. We have had octhe school here by feel proud of the craft with Of this progressive age. Those who arc up to date can appreciate presenting its claims to the people. He casion to which we are eo closely connected, for our patterns in Scrowl, Carpets, Wall Paper, Picture Frames. The will bo greatly missed by the people of deScrowl is the latest style in pattern. Notice our Shakspcare Library Williamsburg who loved and respected they havo stood nobly by us in the termination to prevent a type trust from and Tea Tables, Folding Beds, Oak Suits for $13.75. Neds, Chairs, him. convened Monday becoming a monopoly. Ttianking you Wardrobes, Couches, Beds, Lounges, Cots, Mattresses, and Springs, Circuit court for your pleasant expressions concerning Window Shades. Every piece shall be up to date, both in style and morning with GG0 cases on the docket us, we aro yours truly, quality. When you have learned our prices job lots will not com- and a large crowd in town. Tho only BaHMIABT BltOS. & SPINUI.KR. pare. Lome in and see ior yourself, We are ever ready and pleased buainees Monday was to empanel the to show goods. grand jury and hear the county oilicers HOLDA3I, report. Judge Morrow was absent Monday and Tuesday and Judgo H. F. Finley It a candidate for Superintendent of School of Lincoln was the special judge. Most of the time mocracy. county, subject to the action of the De Isoveutbcr election, 1895. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. up to Wednesday night waa taken up with misdemeanor cases, but somo cases W. S. injured. A process has now been discovered of more importance will be reached soon. It a candidate for Superintendent of Public AdkinB from Per- Schools of Lincoln county; iubject to the action by which decayed teeth can bo stopped The case of Smith and of tho Democratic party. with aluminum. Dentists have unsuc- ry county has been continued. ! cessfully experimented with this metal FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Crazed by jealousy, Mrs. Thomas Holmau Bhot herself through the heart at Dayton, Tenn. Elizabethtown's water workB are to cost $14,911.75, contract having been let to a Chattanooga firm. The bank at Tacoma, Wash., assignfor $379,000. The statements Bhow ed but 5444 caBh on hand. Frank Haggerty, of Flemingsburg, Iowa, has filed suit for divorce because his wife kicks in her sleep. Charles Osborne and Jesse Johnson, of Sebree.'.this State, were killed by foul air while cleaning out a well. A pleasure boat containing nine persons, was upturned at Ocean City, Md , and seven sank to rise no more. Justice Brown has been assigned to the sixth circuit to fill the vacancy caused by tho death of Justice Jackson. Seven men were drowned in Lake Erie near Buffalo, by the capsizing of a pleasure yacht. Eight others were rescued. A typesetting machine that can Bet 50,000 ems an hour has been invented by Father Galendoli, a Sicilian domin-ica- n monk. Eight men are dead, live others will die and 18 were injured aa the result of an explosion at Carnegie's mills at Braddock, Pa. Thomas Wilson, aged five, shot hia brother at Laporte, Ind., because the latter refused to lot him go down town with him. A faction opposed to the priest of a Catholic church at St. Joseph, Mo., precipitated a riot. One man was fatally and two seriously injured. President Cleveland has removed Postmaster Lyon, of Selma, Cal., because of the publication of an article by Lyon reflecting on the president. Whitecans took Jease Brown from his house in Sevier county, Tenn., and gave him 150 lashes, incidentally shooting his wife for interfering. The Chicago Coliseum, constructed for the Barnum k Bailey circus, collapsed. The structure, worth from $100,000 to 1SO,000, was almost completed. The president has signed an order extending the classified service to include all printers and pressmen employed in the various executive departments. H. T. Duncan, Jr., son of the mayor, fought with R. D.Wilson, a Sumratl supporter, who had spoken derogatory of his father and gave him the worst of it. William Saul, his son and his daughter, of Bracken county, were attacked by white caps and beaten into insensibility. The dsughter was fatally two-year-o- haye been absolutely Ignored. The European agent of the Agricul tural Department reports all crops injured by drouth in Great Britain, wheat area reduced in France, average crops in Germany, an average wheat crop in Russia and a good wheat crop in Austria. William Duvall, from Owen county, who waa last a student at Georgetown College, waa taken to the Lexington lunatic asylum. Young Duvall imagines that he is about to close a deal for the Pbcunix Hotel in Lexington, which ho intends to move to Georgetown. While the Rev. W. W. Hall was preaching the funeral sermon of H. L Wilson, in Lewis covnty, 6creams were heard at the river 400 yards distant. An unknown boatman in attempting to land his boat was taken with cramps and drowned in the presence of his wife and wool-deal- er All Wool Dress Goods I ld CLOTHHSTGI THE LOUISVILLE STORE, stantohd, Ere., wool-growe- st TOU NEED ONE. Vulean Chilled Plows, -- W. H. WEAREN & CO. AIM ". ART .". DISPLAY JAMES F. "WITHERS & HOOKER BURCII, for yeatB. aim-ili- ar ? b 3 Those of us who were hoping for better news from the second debate of Hardin and Bradley at May field are again Hardin reaffirmed the disappointed. position ho took at Louisville and declined to say what kind of a Senator ho would appoint should such a duty devolve upon him, except that ho would stand squarely upon the National platform. Away with such subterfuges. An election to determine whether Atlanta shall be wet or dry will, likely be held, but not until after the exposition, the old soaks will be glad to know. The prohibitionists have made several efforts there to banish the saloon, but thoy have accomplished nothing more yet except a stricter regulation of the dram shops. Quay seems to have overytbing his way in Feunsylvanl-- a, Librarian Spofford, of the Congres sional library, baa been called upon to walk tho plank. There is said to be a deficiency in his accounts of something like $35,000. Fort Worth, Texas, is in the throes n agitation. The maof a big jority of the business men have united in a petition asking that the proposition be defeated. William Blancbard, a prominent farmer of near Prairie City, 111., shot and killed his wife, who refused to live with him after leaving bim, and then committed suicide. Mies Caroline Allen, of Springfield, Tenn., became heartsick because her lover ceased his attentions. She saturated her clothing with coal oil, applied a torch and burned to death. Blake Strait, a prominent criminal lawyer of Huntington, W. Va., went to Bleep on u railroad track while drunk. There were not enough of his remains found to hold an inquest over. A Georgian in Washington tells one of the local papers that in Atlanta this year he "has seen watermelons as big as a shoat selling two for a nickel, and a bushel of grapes retail for a dime." local-optio- The Lebanon fair will hereafter have -:no racing. Isaac Hubbard sold to T. B. Bright, of Ky. Boyle, 21 fat hogs at 4.65. James Boone sold to John JobnBon 3 1895. of Boyle, a few heifers at 3c. Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- Winter Turf oats for sale at 75c a menu. Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot bushel by F. Reid, Stanford, Ky. Study. J. B. Foster bought of George D. Schools of Music, Art, French and Eloc.itlon. licit teachers employed, each a specialist in her cattle at 3Jc. Boone three 1,200 pound own Department. took seven hluoand four Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of J. E. Farris teachers. red ties on his homes at the Berea fair. Kor further information, address WILLIAM SHKLTON. President. Fob Salk. 0 good ewes and a fresh 31 milk cow. Don't all como at once. Jack " Boslev. has offered Jack Pierre Lorillard Chinn $20,000 for LiBsak's running qualCrab Orchard, Ky. ities for next year. About two car loads of fencing and lumber for building purposes for sale Select, Private, High Grade, Thorcheap. .Too Williman. ough, Practical, Progressive. M. N. DoPauw and W. P. Givens bought in Green county 38 cattlo aver- Will enter upon the second year's work Sept. 2, and will close aging 1,200 pounds at 9 to 4c. Missouri claims to havo half a milMay 30, 1896. lion more acres of corn this season than For terms of admission apply to any other State in the Union. Benton & Co., of Waco, have Rucker Dr. Jno. S. Stapp, Pres. bought 10,000 bushels of wheat at from Crab Orchard, Ky. 45 59 to 03 cents. Richmond Pantagraph. STANFORD Female - College, Every Thing You Want In School Supples at Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept PENNY'S DRUG STORE. A Large Stock and each article the very best to be had at its price. COLLEGE HOME. FALL STOCK, Latest : Style : Shapes, All Colors- -- Soft and Stiffs. H. : J. . M'ROBERTS. .,jaMi,t 1 V Buy your toilet articles nf Craig & Mr. Clay Hunt, the popular dnitu-- l HUBBLE. Llocker. hna our thanka for (avora. mer, E. W. Engleman and wife have gone Mr. and Mrb. B. F. Gaimks, of Wal-nForSalr. A good family horse, gen- to VerBallleB to visit her parents. Fiat, have returned from a visit to tle, kind and true, harness or saddle; 5 Mr. Ed. Minor is spending a few Stanford, Kv., - Auqust 23, 1895 relatives in Shelby county. dayB with friends in this community. years old. R. R. Noel. J. (J. fcubanks A Bro.Bold pair of CITY AND ViniNITY. The Christian Eudeavor Society will work muleB in Danville Mondaya for $200- E. C. Walton, Business Manager give a delightful social to tho young peoZiigler ahoea at Shanks'. S. Dunbar and Mrs Lay have gone ple of the Walnut Flat neighborhood to Russell ciunty for a f aw weeks visit. Try Danks for spectacles. Deckblmank la unsurpassed as a renext Thursday night at the Cumberland Jacob Robinson is at home for a few The pairer of watches ami jewelry. Presbyterian church. No admission will days shaking Tho DankY imitation cut glass. hands with bia many work is done well and promptly. bo chanted and every one interested in stock of watches, novelties and jewelry frlonuB. tho religious work of the neighborhood Sbc Danks' shirt waist seta. he will take pleasure in showing you is S. Dunbar sold hia crop of timothy " complete, well selected and at very low ia cordially invited to be present. hay to Tom Alexander at 50c per cwt. Stkiilixg Trilby hearts at Danka'. prices. At IVnny'w Drug Store. 0 9 The judge and county attorney have in tho stack. Beautiful banquet lamps at Danks'. agreed to stop prosecuting the saloon Al and llartwell Luco Bold some PFRKHNAI PfllNTS. old mulea fo' $50 and some keepers at Rowland, provided they will Empire wheat drills. Farria & liar- Mrs. A. J. Eaw has been quito sick old mules for $20 to M. J. Farris. James shut up shop till the court of appeals has din. Misa Eddie Adams, of Danville, is vispassed upon the question submitted to Engleman sold hia aorrel buggy mare to iting Mrs. J. II. Yeaeor. Born, to tho wife of George Pendlc it. They havo agreed to de ao and Mr. E. T. Minor for $75. Mjbs Eva I'iikwitt, of Louisville, is at ton, a girl. Bro. Arnold gave us a good sermon Thomas Morrisseyis roliovod of all prosher aunt's, Mra. W. P. Tate. Sunday. He has mado the church a sell gasoline stoves at cost. W. ecution so far as the county court ia conWill Mrs. Bright Fkrhkio. haa been on n gooJ Shepherd and all will regret to see cerned, by leaving tho county. H. Wearen A Co. to Mra. llottln Dawson. visit 9 0 him leave this work. Miss Mary Millkh, ol Lancaster, was First arrivals of Fall and Winter goods Fihb. The dwelling of Dr. J. D. Pet-tuHenrietta, tho infant daughter of over Tuesday to meet a friend. of Crab Orchard, was discovered on at Hughes A Tate's. Mr. 0. M. Elms, of Eminence, was fire at an early hour vesterday morning Mr. and Mra. James Milburn, died Tnes-daNext Monday week, Sept. 2, is Labor and before assistance arrived it was night. The little thing- - had been with his son, Rev. V. E. Ellis. Mim Jinnik IlumiKa, of BtoominRton, Day and a legal holiday. of sick for a week or more and in fact had nearly consumed. Only tho contents never been strong. Its Bufferings were 111., is visiting the Mleses Wray. Bin lino of cook stoves, Bteol Ranges, the two front rooms were saved. The Miss Etiiil Elliott, of Fort 8ailth, Christian church, which is next door, intense and its screams brought many a &c, at Farris Jc Hardin's. Ark., is with Miss Lillian Tanner. came very near burning and the doctor's tear from the fond parents who aro all Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Abiull, of Frkbii stock cakes, crackers, candies office caught several times, but not much most crushed by their Iobs. are guests ol Mrs. Jano and fruits. Hlggins A MuKiuney. damage was done it. The dwelling and Lexington Colored Fair, Sept. 4th to contents were insured for 31,000 in the 7th. The Queen A Crescent Route will ALLklnda of loed such as corn, oats, Mim Mattik Elkin took tho train Phiunix, of Uaitford, but that amount fc Co. make half rates from all Kentucky points hero Tuesday for Georgetown to visit &c, for sale. J. U. Baughman will not cover the Iobs. Dr. Pettus is on this occasion. Don't fail to attend. friends. TitKiis is nothing like our new dress satisfied that tho fire was the work of an Biggest colored fair in the United States. Mh.S. E. Lackey, of Gallatin, Term., goods and new clothing. Hughes A Tate. incendiary and will spare no time nor Splendid attractions. Ask Q & O. ' is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. 9 9 means in trying to bring the guilty par- Agents for particulars. For tho latest styles and lowest prices ty to juptice. Lackey. Livingston, is in Fall suits call on Jesse D. Wearen. Mrs. Joit Con'KY. of NSW ADVKBTISEMENTiJ. ' MATHIMONIALMATTERS. hero visiting friends and attending the Ckaio it HocKBK handle the cheapest Mary Elizabeth Manning, Mlbu convention. and bent line of paints on tho market. daugitler of tho late secretary of the John Smilky, of Louisville, is spend' Ip you want a neat fit iu your Fall treasury, aa married to Julsa Cornelinga few days with his mother, Mrs. As heretofore I will teach dunne the itiiion nf Kate Duddcrar. Edit, call on Jesse D. Wearen, Merchant ius von der Oudermeulen, a Hqlland our Common School, btglnalnc Sept. i, the higher jiiumci, mini, jxigtui, eic. Dutchman. Mr. and Mrs. Jupok J. S. Kindrick, Tailor. CHAS. H.HOLMES, enMr. L. P. Gray, a of Somerset, are the guests of Judgo and I'alaclptl City School. Fall goods, consisting of nice English gineer with headquarters at Livingston, 50 it Mrs. J. W. Alcorn. norstede, just received. Call and see was married at Crab Orchard Tuesday to Miss Eugenia Tiiahi'B, of Salvisa, " them. II. C. Rapley. ; Miss Eva, tho handsome daughter of Mercer county, Is tho guest of her uncle, Mr.M. N. DePauw. Use "Guano" on your wheat and grass. Mr. Wiley Dishon, of the Preachersville : : Little Peachy. lUuchter of Mr. and It pays 100 per cent. W. H. Wearen A vicinity. Miss Dishon had been making I Mrs. M. 8. Baughnun, hna been very Co. her home at George D. Pope's at LivingSixty Aero Farm Near Stanford. sick for several days. ston for some time. Zxiolkr shoes In great variety at MlBSM MlNNIE ASH MaTTIE DlNWID- James W. Ferguson, claiming to be Will be told at public auction without reserve Quala wealthy blooded horse breeder of dib, of Ilustonville, havo been the guests Shanks'. All otyles, all prices, all ities. Campbellsville, Ky., appeared at the On of Mra. Fannie Dunn. At a o'clock In the alterncon, at dwelling house Mrs. Jamm BLAck and Misses Molliu cloth- festivities uttending the ninth anniversaFirst arrivals of Fall and Winter on the premises. Brooks. Caltha. Allie and Henry Fish ing for men and boya at Hughes A ry of the marriage of D. W. Sweeny at caster pike, on l)xSituated near StanfordInand LanKlver, lertile and a hich Washington and created a big eensation tateol cultivation. Has on it a comfortable J well. are at Mra. J. G. Carpenter's. Tate's. Ing house, Rood barn and all othernecessary out-by claiming that Sweeny's alleged wife bjildingi. fine orchard and many kinds cl smal Mimrs Emma Patterson and Roxie Siibliiy Xunn'b trial for tho murder of bernts, Plenty of good In a was in reality his spouse, who bad de- fruits and neighborhood, near church water. schcol. of Henry county, aro guesta of Losan. and Wm. Best is set for next Tuesday at cash.balanco In i and a years. Miss Maltio Whito near Hubble. serted him in 1SS0. There was a big Terms M. SPEED PEYTON. So Lancaster. row and a Bcene, but Ferguson secured Dr. J. W.Grant, Misses Ida, Lou J. and Lillie Dale Grant, of Lancaster, were Mas. Pattie Hays will teach a class of possession of hia wife and is going to Public Sale in the hugs congregation yesterday. small children at her home, commencing bring her back to Kentucky. 'v LAND, STOCK CROP. Mrs. Cou J. W. Oai'brton, of Rich the first Monday in September. CHURCH AFFAIRS. 9 mond, a delegato to the woman's con Owi.ng to a crush of matter, we had to Rev. C. E. Powell will begin a meetHaving determined to go West, I will, on vmtion, iathegurstof Mrs. V. M. Bright. "cut" our correspondents considerably ing at Junction City this, Friday night. Misses Busts Buhnpiou and Ada Far this issue. Wo regret this, but it couldn't SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1895 Rov. Wesley G. Miller paBtor, of the ra, two Garrard county beauties, have be helped. Sell to the highest and best bildes our home of Broadway Methodist church, Louisville, good, 9 b.'en tho guesta of Miss Pearl Burnnide. land containing about 63 To those who owe us we now say this died suddenly of neuralgia of the heart. Acroa, well watered, cood orchard and all necesMits Mary Coorxn Feland went to sary outbuildings, on good pike aix miles Irom is our last call. We must have the monRev. A. V. SIzdmore, who is holding Stanford, i mile from Turnersville, I mil from Henderson Tuesday to bo tho guest of ey and will expect you to heed this no- a meeting at Mt. Tabor, writea that he R. K. depot and church and 1 milts from C. S. Gen. A. J. Groat during the encamp We will also sell 3 hora-tice. Hughes & Tate. will bo homo in time to conduct services ment. mule, fancy harness mare, 7 milk Sunday. cows and calves, 6 yearling ateers, a heifers, 3 Mr. J. E. Curd is very sick with a sec James Fryb is olfering some great barfeeders weighing about 1.000 lbs., 15 or ao acres Revs. Newson Rnd Robinson, of growing corn, alsofarmlng implements, household ond attack of fever. Ho has not been gains in dry goods that he ox traded from furniture. have just closed meetings at Pleas- and kitchen Land able to attend to business since tho 10th the great Speckcr Bros' failure. Don't Tikms will be sold cash in band ant Point and Highland in which there and balance in one and two years, with interest at of July. buy until you see them. S per cent. Personal property, Si and under cash 200 sinctifications. wore over 9 9 in hand, over that amount a credit with good note Dr. G. A. Thaylor and Mr. E. A moderator until Jan. 1, '9$, without interest. J. L Bruce was Death. Mrs. W. H.Fonda, who was White, of tho Hubble section, passed M E. and j. L. GOODS, H.T Hush, Auctioneer Turnersville, Ky. throuch Tuesday on their way to the sent to tho asylum at Lexington from by the old South district association, the Kingsville section a month ago, died which convened et Perry ville yesterday, Columbia fair. and Edw. II, Fox was mado clerk. Ad Mna. Gcorob W. Fields and children, iu that institution Tuesday. vocate. Furgusou and Thomas Furgu Miss Kate IlAVsany steps been taken tocollect tho U -son. of Bloomincton. III., aro guests of dog tux yet. If not why not? Wipe G COLLEGE, MIDDLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY the Ml Mrs. T. D. Rnney, ordinance oil' the books or enforce it. There was quarterly meeting at the Mas. Dh. L. F. Huitman, of Lexing- .Nhiko every Hustonvillo, Ky. man pay for keeping a dog Methodist church Saturday. ton, and Miss Dolllo Williams, of Hub- A Home School for the higher education ol iu town or kill him wo mean the dog. Marion Spears and Nute Wells had young ladies, combining the comlorts and refining tonville,aaru here visiting relatives and influences ol a Christian Homo with thoroun inan altercation at Yosemito Saturday attending tho convention. the the elements that There were sold at auction Monday night and Spears mashed Wells' mouth struction in all cultured Christian enter intoThe woman. education ol a Sam M. Oarccs, brotlwir of Judge W. five next annual session of this old, well known and shares rf Citizen National Bank all over his face with a club. popular Institution R. Carson, and formerly of this placo, stock belonging to Mrs. T. L. Liilard to Misa Mattio Durham was taken very was nominated for the Legislature in his George W. Coulter for $100, and five 111 Will Open Monday, Sept, 2, 1895, Sunday, but is much better now. Rev. district in Louisville thia week. shares iu the same bank belonging to Wi'h a full crrps of instructors Foster went to Louisville Saturday to be Literary and Scientific, Mutic, In all departments, Sin KstniiT A. Trhiulb. wifo and Capt. Cozatt to R. L. Salter at $189. Art, Normal and ordained. J. R. Jonea, who went to Tex Commercial. Hoard, tuition and music for term ol diughter, MIfh Annio, of Junction City, Advocate. v Weeks $8 " For Catalogue address .. ta . as eouio two years ago, is here visiting twin left Tuesday for tho K. T. conclave nt u. j. n.NtRiu. rresiucni, 7 Hustonvlllo, Ky. Bjston and an extended tour of the East. Duori'ED Dead. .Mr. Oy. Watson, who hia brother, Miko. Tho Wells brothers' picnic Saturday Tub Misses Pauline, two attractive Uvea near Holdam'e Mill, started to with a load of ties Wednesday did not amount to much. There was no young ladieo of Danville, accompanied Brodhead ....OF hv their brothers, wore tho guesta of morning. While walking along behind string band there to furnish music, neithFriday and Saturday. his wagon chatting with a friend, he er wus there any wiro walking dene ab a slue Mrs. Henry Mills Judqk J. W. Alcorn, W. G. Welch, suddenly expired from heart disease. He advertised and Col. Silas Adams did not a speech. I will on the premises on John W. Yerkee. John D. Harris and as nearly 50 years of age and leaves a make T. J. Baldock will be the democratic among the commis family. fieorco E. Stono are 18, '951 9 9 9 candidate to represent this and Russell A Bia Haul. Judge J. M. Tilford, of sioners appointed by Gov. Brown to At Offer at public sale the valuable tract of land in in tno Legislature, inere is Garrard County, Ky., on tho turnpike road leadCasey, was here Wednesday and told us counties lanta exposition. not a better man in the county than Tom ing from Danville to Lexington, known aa "the M. E. D. Scott was timekeeper for of a big haul made by thieves on the safe and none that deserven tho support of Camp Dick Kobinton Farm." The his uncle, Col. Bradley, at the Joint do belonging to Mr. John W. Whipp, of tho party more than he. Tom is a dem- Farm Contains about 335 Acres, bate at LouiBville. Ho is very proud of Liberty, Tuesday night. When Mr. ocrat, but not a strenuous one by any And is one of the very best and richest tracts ol the way ho thinks that tho colouol got Whipp went to bia Btore Wednesday means nnd hence will bo supported by land in the State of Kentucky. It is away with the general. morning h'e discovered hia safe unlocked hemp, tabacco and grass land and is in a high " many republicans. state of cultivation. Misa LtzztKTwiDWKLLand Mr. F. B. and investigation proved that $000 in Rev. O rider is out in posters, written Twldwoll, of Ilustonville, were on cash had been taken. Checks amountIt Is Woli Fenced, unmistakablo hand, free from hie train on routo to Crab Orchard ing to nearly $500 were also in the safe, in an With roglypice and heavily underscored, de and inthe cry best pott and railing, nearly new good repair. The dwelling house contains Springs, for tho benefit of tho health of hut were not disturbed. Entranco was freo turnpikes, but tn or twelve rooms. It has recently been remodMr.Twidwell. who haa had a apell of eflected through the window and as tho nying 'that ho favors comforable. modern "unalterably" opposed to the measure. eled and Is in everya respect a ot preservation, dwelling house, in fine state safe was not damaged it looks as if tho is fever. Grider is a good preacher and ought Mr. and Mns. C. J. Graio, who for work wbb done by experts or by some Bro. to remain here and continue to do what IN SPLENDID REPAIR.VERY ATTRACTIVE excellent citizena ono who had secured the combination. year or two havo made he can do bo well and lot Tom Baldock No more comfortable or more desirable home, of this county, left Tuesday lor ttielr oiu agricultural purposes, can be for stock for us. And it now either in Central orKentucky, do tho Christianaburg, Va. Many John Lee, a colored blacksmith liviug found homo at forced to do bo. Mnil recret that a eerlea of miflfor- - on the Hanging Fork, had n writ issued looks that he will be It is Conveniently Located on Fine Henry Harper, for giving Wodnesday for tunea attended them whilo here. A Yalpariso, Ind., man shot biB Turnpikes and is well Watered Hon. R. 0. Warhkn haa been invited him a worthless check on the First Na- neighbor because ho kept a dog that Springs that seem to be abso From by tho State committees to make speech- - tional Bank for a mule. The writ was bothered his slumbers. lutelv inexhaustible, with t.ouehs attached: will soon as no can given to Constable Benedict and when -- a whioh ha will do as aoo head of stock in driest seasons. There William H. Clark, of Jackson coun- water good outhouses, a urge, new tobacco catch hia breath ovor tho shock that that officer went to arrest Harper, ho ty, waa nominated on tho 50th ballot in are severalwill hold ao acres of tobacco, and threo barn that money men, jumped from a window into hia corn tenement houses. Hardin hna givon tho Bound the republican convention at Mt. Vernon Tho land Is not only on good turnpikes, but of field and the constable saw nothing moro of whom bo la a leader in these parte. from the 17th Oisy access to the Q. & C, L. & N. and L. S. rail, Tuesday as a candidate ways, and to Danvit.c, Lancaster, Dryintsville, son of Harper, State Senatorial district. of him. A MtesEa Sallib Watbon and Jennie tiarrodSDurg ana L.exingion, always puzzles an honest man to Full possession of the property will be given accompanied who was fined $10 and coata for cutting a It Collier, of tho East End, usual privilege of seedcolt's tail off, and who bad not paid the know how rogues Bucceed in passing January i, 189$, will the the Fall. ing In small grain during by their guesta, Misses Luella and Annio worthless checks when he himself, witu The land will be offered in parcels and then as fine was thero and Mr. Benedict, not to Other Watson, of Boone county, paid thia office an honest check, has to be identified all a whole and the best bid accepted. of sale. terms day Wednesday. The young ladiea bo outdone on bia raid, brought him here along the line from tho days of Adam reasonable and made known onUaaiKY, u visit KlUliAKU and placed him jail, Harper had prom down to where he slept last night. Salt Trustee. were under the chaperonage of Mr. R. 46 T D. English, Auctioneer. ised to pay biB fion'a fine. Lake Tribune. G, Collier. oemi-Week- ly Interior Journe ut NEWS FROM NEW YORK A m Danville Merchant Fall, and Orders a Cut on His Stock. ! Say3 Goods Will bo Cheap tlm Broadway and Eleventh Sts., New York, Aug. 10, '95. St. Denis Hotel, V j ar 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 'k. B. y Win-Cheste- r, Oar-ro- w. UotioQ to Patrons. well-know- n PUBLIC -- SAXaE. A Great Bargain big to come here instead of buying goods at home. Not only do we get much lower prices, but you have the best and the finest to make your selections from. We are scouring the market and we feel sure that our stock when complete wHl be 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 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. V-- Saturday, Sept. ar, '95, 1 m hrst-clas- s One-thir- d fi $ - of & m m " m m school-hous- e s 1 seven-year-o- ld 1 Wil-mor- e, A House Full OF GOODS From the Specker Bros. & Co., Cincinnati Failure Consisting o one-ha- 9 OBITTB.AI1 L Cottons, Calicoos, Canton Flannels,, Flannels, Ginghams, Sheetings, Towels, Table Linens, The goods are lower than you will buy them later and 'tis Crashes Money In Your Pocket! To buy now. ..-r- .. .... SEVERANCE & SON. PUBLIC SALE uvim mi mi BAN AOLO9 Spectacles, Silver Novelties. Wednesday, Sept. first-cla- ss Fancy China. Tuea-day'- a a JHuli JTEWEUE Farm AND Imitation Cut Glass, Yard Fence, vtWiaJjPYraSMfi m dealer in law-makin- g A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky., " never-failin- l.'ll SJ ftU i f ill n ' flt TV SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Metal Roofing, Hough, and Crossed Iumber Zith, Shingles, Eto, The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. STEEL WIND-MILL. A t - AGENT FOft THE COLUMBIA c' T ymrz - ypa f" f itTf Blue-Gras- s fiT. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr LANCASTER, CARRARD . COUNTY. ' Pabllahod Evory Tuesday and Friday The young men guvo a hop to tho yourtR ladies of Lancaster Monday evo-nlnMr. BARKER HOUSE, Fine J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, DB, "W. B. PE1T1TT, Farm THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. SA-IiE- . R. K llorndon, an old and Albert Gcod Livery Attached, Fare of Hotel $.oo per $S2 PJffiK Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Day. ADVANCE highly repppctcdG.citizen, died Wednesuay. A. II. 1IASTIN, Prop. 1 lll sell privately my Farm of M"Wben not so paid 33. 50 will be charged. : xty. : day, aged Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large Rooms. Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Walter enter- and Commodious Sample Office on Main Street, Opposite the K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Halls and office connected by Electric Dells. 250 Acres of Good and Well Im- Kashville, Tenn., Collegs forToung Ladies. tained at tea in honor of a few friends Prompt aud polite scr ice to guests. 4; I will tale proved Land, the Trains leave Stanford t 7:15 a. m nd 3 p. IIIAPO for cash or all trade hides I ran get Tuesday evening. tor lillJiliU. Stanlnrd oralIn my home leather enarriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:13 p. m. In utttncourt dajs at Well watered, good house and other ImproveMrs. F. L. AtiBtin entertained WedIRoxit. nelin. Chas. Ennslin, Tanner ments, and the Farm Is lu a high state of cultivaL. &'.N. LOCAL nesday in honor of Mr. J. S. Armstrong ImW. F. Price, D. D., Pros., Rov.lGco. tion, together vithStock, Crop and farming For a term of years, the (lumber rarm near plements, it desired by the putchaser, and will R. M. Ncwlsn.l, Ho. s, Train going North..., ta 7 p m and wife, of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs.Mol-ll- e Crab Oichard , Ky,, containing offer special inducements to effect a sale by the Mrs. S. 0. Trucheart, Former- W. S. Hurth.Law. Deputy Sheriff. No, 6. . 3 15 a m Attr. at tith ot September, 1S95 Said I'arm Is situated Young, of this placo. Ho. t$, South .. ,t 04 p m Danville ACRES OF LAND on the two miles and ttustonville turnpike road, ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prinrest ABOUT " " . . 3, No. 13 p m Married, Wednesday, at the from HustuUtlllo. The farm, to about Si seen. Pcrsens wishing appreciated, should Two Hundred and or dence of the bride's parents, Mr. and cultivation. GoodFifty Acres, more good lets, In be purchase snoulj call be or address cipal. QUEEN & CRESCENT. on to Improvements, water, U. li KIND, Concrnl Colloctors, Mrs. Bailor Jenkins, at Autiocb, Mr. E. ariety of fruits, S.C. J. S. and M. E. FISH, Train! past Junction Cit at follows Mordant), Ky 4S Crab Orchard, Ky. 43 Three Ilulldings: room for toe boarders. Faculty Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky W. Brown aud MisB Sailie B. Jenningp. No. t South 3 3 P n it. 48 a m No a North of 40 Ollicers, Teachers and Lecturers. Patronage ' 3 " 11.15 am " 4 ..1.35 p m Irom entire futs. l'rtvlirKcs Improvements are being added to vamletbllt Uni6 " " 5 " ..3.1 j a m Wccrter our tervlcis to the public to do a gin tl3sam ' 10 " versity. Muic Conservatory Art Studio. ..6.00 a m Garrard College preparatory to the open 8.40 pm 9 " Fine Passenger Elevators. Term begins eral Collecting lluslnes. Aicounts, notes, etc u Cm collected in all parts ot the county. Notb. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur ing of the school in September under tept.t.iSjS. Send for Catalogue. ther than Junction City, nqr on Sunday. the new principal, Prof. B. H. GowaD, of Tennessee. "STour The case of W. 0. Dunlap agalnet Law, Attornoy will go to any place where there are six or his guardianB, Dr. B. F. Walter and oth. more cattle to i e horn. I do the work with the - ers, to recover some of his estate, which l.ightnlrg Dchoruer. Can dehorn any cow la three seconds. The knife makosa clean, smooth was to have come up this court, has reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed cut, doss not crush nor break the horn, as the Chatta-nooi-been dismissed. Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court clipper does. Ills the only humane way to dethrough trams. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, attention. SS horn Does not punish the animal like the saw, House. Collections receive especial The ceiling of the Methodist church Attalla. nirrnincham. Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw. For further Icferiuatlon, call ia giving way aud as fears are entertainThrough Sleeping Cars to Knoxvillc, Hot Springs and Jacksonville. on G. A. PKYTON, Stanford, Ky. SPRING AND SUMMER. See the Llghln'ng Pruning Hook. ed that it may be unaafe for worship un101. and front Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mctirou an' Ashcville: , . .... . r.. . . -T .I til fixed, tho Methodists will hold, ser- and Shreveport. iurougn lounst aircjwrs 10 ws niijjuia mm ,j,j Something to Boautifyithe Ladies. T vices at the court house. $? San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico aud California, We understand that Judge Saufley via New Orleans or via bureveport. Dally openlning. New Hats, Cswers and taceil Ir We gitv the assurance to the trade that they wil. says the breach of promise suit of W. S. c.r.r Tin fmtn tlip. nine Orass Cities. to Cincinnati Water, Light id Ice Company's Factory in c.... il.i& j. . findstyleour establishment the same csclutivcuess ranor Stivers against Miss Katherine WeBt with every accommodation to patrons, In of patterns, hats and bonnets and all tho Cgjlj?'j leading novelties in Millinery for which we aie At .jo Cents Per Hundred Pounds shall not be declared off, but must be Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Obscrva- known throughout the country. ..... vars a ...!.,...... .,.,.1 trimmer for theses-ton- . r:..:.. .....: ti.uiiij,iuu u.. I ha.esecuted a Bhall be compostried and that the jury 110:1 iHiiwcuu kiuuuuau, .oG-?- .v Thanking you lor past favors, we respect- And over and;jc a pound for 10 pounds and up to 100. PJinttntiootr.l. ed of half men and half women. fully solicit your patrousce heietofore so literally Hills due istaf each month. M V. DUHOLRAR bcttowed. K. 1IKEMKR, fc'tanferd. - ItseemB that thieyes have again W. C. KATt UUUUKRAR, Manager. Chas. W. Zell. Absolutely Puro.1 t O 0. 1' A uii.mM,0. The samo JV PtiAt'r Aat.. been at work in Lancaster. ! A cream of tarter baking pow- gang it is supposed broke into the gro: : cery store of W. E Broaddus near the der. Highest of all in leavening My M.lllnry Vo' ii f ill u I ottplete. Call and cxamiat ana you will lie sure to buy a nc Latest United States depot and stole a lot of goods. If the strength. marauders can be captured they 'will bo Spring Hat. Government Food Report. MISSI.ICCIK IIF.AZLEY, dealth with. And a complete line ol Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, in fact Stanford, Ky Often Mi services o the pecple cl West I.ln- ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Ab Miss Lizzie Hudson was driving every thing a pupil needs. Couutles, Full stock of CetAni coin aud Cairy 10a Wall Street, New York. in Mrs. Jennie Colton'a phaeton Wedami Caskets always on htnd A. S. 3 I), ti. Cari cuter, Manager nesday the horse became frightened at D. Cattleman. A. G. Lantern John Surgeon the encine of a threshing machine that was passing through town and ran off, Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. Dentist, A splendii assortment. demolishing the vehicle completely, but Kv. ...Proprietors of..... fortunately the young lady had presence Office over McRobertt' Drug Store in the Owsley of mind enough to jump. llullding. In the trial of Wood for the killing Every thing new, purest and best quality. Wc solicit your patronage. STANFORD, KV. 50 witnesses of Martin there are about on each side. Hon. John W. Yerkea, of Having bought of P W Green hit Idverr but-- 1 aud bones, we arc loess andaddetl new bugg Danville, took th'o place of Col.W. Bradta furnish F. B. R1LBY, Proprietor, ley in the prosecution, assisted by LetchDruggist, Stanford, Ky. S FIRST-CLAS&CASTLEMAK er Owsley and County Attorney William TURNOUTS London. - - - Kontucky. MANAGERS, On short notice. The travrlinir publtc will Mud defense McClelland Johnston. For the have moved to my new Hettl and am btttti s alwava ready and willing tu luraith Drum or ever to mers' ! ages ofWagons, either tingleLOW diMibte, r Carn- erepared thanattached accommodate the public, Commerce Building, Louisville are Judge George Denny, of Lexington, PRICKS. The Coed I.ivcry aXkinda at very and every convenience df W. I. Williams and Lewis Walker. c sired. Uivcmeacall, boys in and around town will alsorlnd.MS the Agents throughout the South Stop with us when in Iowa at 77 to deal with. FRANK RILEY, The Walker Bros, have made an ascourts and entertainments aud yur horse and XjO-A-DSTW. . JOHKS. signment to Capt. Wm. Herndon. As J T jrNit.MA.vaca cooi,er W. A. TBI33LE, Local Agont, sets thought to be $60,000; liabilities Myert House Stable, btanferd, Ky. North-westerCo. in S; Mutual Life Insurance I am representing the STANFORD, KY. $61,000. All of the Walker brothers are the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoin influential citi San Francisco. stauuch democrats andvaliantly for their ing counties. Interest 6 per cent, lerm 2 to 5 years. 1'or lull m Portland. zeiis and always work ..To tie., political friends. It is supposed that go- formation and application, apply to Ky. Of.Llncoln County. ing security for relatives and friends Sole proprietors Dean's Black Dutcond Roo I aint. Estimates furmsoed for painting Wood. ........Via The have reduced them to their present state The New Metal and lion Roofs Satisfaction Guaranteed! All tool, painted with Dean t Ulack DiamonJ of affairs. HERD OF THK aint guaranteed for years Dealers in Mill, em Puiopt and Oalvanlted Iron fillers. best elf Prof. C. H. Poage and Rev. F. J. clra camp Hill left Thursday to attend the Lancaster, Ky., Lick. Will Hays, an meeting at State j)71oui5Viitt ncAtEAaTCHiacoRT; R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, attorney of Barbourville, was here Wed NATIONAL BANK It now n full operation, and invites the attention county its nesday. Burdette Powell, of Huston- TDnly Dining Car Route From Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. of the builders of Lincolnand low toprices.material, Note OF STANFORD, KV. superior workmanship ville, has been the guest of the lamily of OUR SOME Plgt for sale from the best types of Registers J. C. Thompson. Miss Ora Riy has reCapital Stock turned to Covington. Mrs. Eva Ward Stock. Breeders secured from tne best herds In several different Stales. Correspondence Solicited Pertectlv clear Dooltror yellnw pint flooring at fipes bundred. At low as 4130 per nuniirea. and niece, MissSteger, of Crab Orchard, Perfectly clear yellow poplat wrather boarding at Elegant Pullman Vettibuled Attention of hundred. to the fac As low are the guests of Mr. Richard Ward. tl 50 per hundred.thicknesses as Si i per In yellow thai this is the the public it invited in Stanford ouly National Hank ol Ceiling Sleepers of Modern Pattern. Allpattcrns and Mrs. Sam Cotton, of Danville, is the 1? and ash, as low as Si tj per Undtr the provisions of the National Dank pine, poplar, chestnut For maps or any information, address are secured not only by the capital hundred, boublo dressed lumber as low as ft per guest of her mother, Mrs. Walker. Mrs. stock, but by the stockholder!1 liability lor K. H. BACON, f FRANK J. REID, hundred. Iteautitul vellow pino finishing money by giving us you. amount equal to the f.ock.to that depositors ol visiting Stanford friends oak, Ac. Save G. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, H. A. Price is his institution arc secured by a fund of J.ooeoo, Chicago. ordcis. Louisville. Tive sworn statements of thecondltion of the b'aak and taking in the convention. Mrs. Ann THE LANCASTER PLANING MILL, I art made each yearto the United States ' Laucaster 73 trc He SURE Letcher, of Nicholasville, is the guest of its assets are eiamlncd at ttattd times Denver. to call fcr ISt. Paul. Mrs. E. L. Owsley. The following Lanby government agents, thus securing addititona MONO.V and perfect safely to depositors. Route, This institution, originally established as th caster people attended the convention at Deposit Hank of Stanford in then Stanford this week: Elder Geo. Gowan, All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing, ued aa the National Hank ol Stanford in iSj and P. W. GREEN. Proprietor. ?TZT again reorganised as the First Nstional Hank ol and Will Walden, R. M. done in first class style. Elders Jesse Stantord in iS, has had practically an uninterCampbell and wife, Mrs. Jesse Walden, : : : Kontucky. rupted existence of 11 years. It is better supplied now with facilities for ti ausacliCg business prompt Mrs. Rachel Hemphill, Mrs. R. H. Bat-sly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts or corporations, fiduand daughters, Mieses Lula and BesSuccessors to J. 13. HIggics, Dealers in Hotel and ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sollc- I am still running this Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic will continue to give my guests the politttt atten sie, Miss Lizzie and Mnttie Thompson well at the bett the mtrket affords. The Directory ol this Bank is composed Ol and their visitor, Mies Mary Adams, of Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. iias Forcstua Iloid, Lincoln county; Hustonville, and Mrs. J. W. Grant and Special Attention1 to tho TravelS.T. Harris, Lincoln; KIRLEY. PJIWTER. ing Public. daughters. J. It. Colliei, Lincoln; Kv. J. W. Ha den, Stanford; Give us a trhl. Has charge of our Painting Department. We will continue the coal business at Mr. Hig S. II. Haughnian Lincoln; Route will r'iyo The Biy Four Ctns' old stmd and will hae on hand at all times D. S. J. S. Mocker, Stanford ;' ina very Deti coal w men we win aem er promptly. a rate of e for the round to we will sell strictly lor casn anu win mate It to W. A. Trlbble. Stafford; pood to return Sept. 10, the interest ct tne people 01 wis section to pay August M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Hustonvillo, Ky., 37 Cash. T. P. Hill, Stanford; on account Knight Tomplar's Conclave. Has more nice Furniture than was ever in HusK. L. Tanncr.'.McKinnev: For full particulars call on agent of Big lluggiet, Surreys and tonville. More pretty Mt. Vernon.Ky Phaetons. Moie good Cultivators, Wagons, Plows J. 8. Hocker, President; O.'.McCormack, pass. Four or address E. and inoro nice Harness, llridlrs, Whips and moru Jao. J. McRobeits, Cashier; traffic agent, and D. B. Martin, G. P. A Ha inHinder Twine than was ever se?n here. vites the public to call and see his stock and get A. A. McKlnoey, Aitt. Cashier. Cincinnati. AND prices. Cider Mills and Cane Mills. YKARlr AT Somerset, - - Kentucky. IFOR Meet all Trains,nli(ht and day. Patrons taken to any part of town Fie ll-6- m of Charge. . Dentist, Stanforrt, Post-Oifi- ;ti TIME-CAR- Farm For 400 1 Burob. Uevrland, THE 111 CJm-nasiu- P0YAl AKlNe 0 ueen &Crescent ROUTE .--- si-j- w. s. btjj&ce:, at Donorn 1 Cattlo. Sinuforcl, Kentucky. a. ... 'Se tffC ICE POWDER 1 .l-w-ix- rtrtt-cla- ss "lS&rLr'i r ,- Bine-arson- Pzsz-S&s3:LS2- Z:. zrt Cinei-inai- r"t:? SCHOOL BOOKS, J. T. STJTTOIT, TO TH3j LADIES hustonville,:kentucky. undertaker, PRICE, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. insurance Company Drugs and IVIedioines, G. B. COOPER, S& 2 Stanford, Livery and Feed Stable, I "W. BARBEE B. M'BOBBRTS, TO n THE 1 RILEY HOUSE pief-aro- Money, Money, Money pew-pi- JOITBS BBOS,, TO THE CITIZE2TS Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, 1 NOBTIWEST JOSlT H. KIRBTT, Insurance Agent. RL.UE-GRAS- immm . Lancaster Planing Duroc Jersey Red Swine OF S FIRST XOXXIS1TIX.I.E PRICES: TO CHICAGO. Surplus. ........ $200,000 , 23,700 - St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, lumber-quarte- r MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. govern-menta- The Myers House, n is, sa R. R..Noel & Son, Stanford, on Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Stanford, EE SIPERIESCED All Kinds of Coal, ER. d. E. e one-far- Boa-to- n 25-3- 1, NORFOLK RAILROAD. SOLD TO 18i CARPENTER, A Reliable Process R9, WESTERN TICKETS ALL POINTS: OHIO, INPiflHA, ILLIWOIS, WISCOHSiH, MISSOURI, KAHSAS, MEBRASK&, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, To Cool Micuiqan. Round trip tickets at very low rates will be sold oyer the Queen & Crescent Route from all Kentucky points, Tuesday, August 27tb, to Traverse City. Petosky, Mackinaw and Mackinac. This in connection with tl e Pennsylvania lines from Cincinnati. Ask agents for full particulars. The best salve in the world for cuts, bru.'ies sores, ulcers, salt rbeum, fever sores, tetter, chap- hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box. For tale by A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Greatly improved for 1895 and worthyjjof consideration. M. S. J. W. lUUGIIMAK. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- Farmers BanMTrnst OF STANFORD, KY., Co They have Success. Prov-enl- a rnorKixTORs- Isnowfullr.orgtu.red and ready for business with LIVERY, FEED & SALE Paid up Capital Surplus, . STABLE, Stanford, firit-ds- of - - $200,000. 20,000. Bucklln's Arnica Salvo They are beautiful and an ornament to a parlor. Guarantee Satisfaction Call and see. Kontucky. for rates. If you need livery glvo ut a call. Nothing but ji turnouts will Icavu our stable. 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Will guarantee P'ices Tiy our hor first-cla- work and; satisfactory sheer. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same assets and undtt the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are at depositors in National K Banks, its shareholders being held individually liaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereot, in addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may actaa executor, administrator, trustoe, Ac, as fully to individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while tnnaging the Lincoln National Bank si htanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atttt-Uo- n to same, our twenty years' experience li banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. Pf?,ecedI. u . 1 . A Quarter Century Tost. MRFOLKgaWESTERN RAILROA, CHEAPEST, BEST .. . AND ....I Tim-Tabl- QUICKEST LINE. rm e, DescripUl Writo for Rates, Maps, mphlcu, to any Stution Agent, or to ka'll'u.(tr4t. B0A0KE.ra. Ul. m. BEVILL. ALLIH )ULL. Ulf. Pwm .r "ins,.!. 0 TrsolUf rut. U0A50KE. M r. Butoo, Y it For a quarter ot a century Dr. King's New Discovery has been tested and the millions who have received benefit from its use testily to its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of the Tnroat Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the test so long and that has given so universal satisfaction is no experiment. Each bottle is positively guaranteed to give relief or the money will be refunded. It it admitted to be tho most reliable for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at A. II. Peony's drug store. Large tiie joe andji. iljttfsrfelilf : wkttttA call. Attorney at Law, Staiilord, - - Kentucky. WaUaoo B. Varnon, s, J J. Williams, ML Vernon; . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Etubry, Stanford; J. J. li. Owsley, Stanford; Is Receiving His SPRING AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me fs Will act as Bxecutor,AdmrnUtrator and Assignee Special attention 'given to Settlements of as Attorney and bale and Division of ofanta' Lands. S, 11. Office on Lancaster St.',overSupt.W. F. McCla office. 90 I F Catb, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MllledgevilU, W. H.lCumtnins. PrVachnr.ltt. Shinkt, President, Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Cashier, W M. Bright, Teller. jj4 t jjjfegf - f -- - i.ifi i" ' &Z5J'J2J' jsArl?.t 4l 4to,.4tt-feaii7rtstW- J ,H