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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895083001 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. fi emi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. CHURCH AFFAIRS. THE TICKET. An-tloc- Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 30. 1895. OF A LOCAL MATURE. j .7 NO. 52 HUSTONYILLE. Elder J. J. Spencer's meeting nt Bourbon county, resulted lu 'J4 additions. Sam Jones Bays that what some men g call pastoral work in little morn than looking after care of a plug hat and a ministerial reputation. A Now Jereey preacher startled tbo ladles of his congregation by condemning the fashion of big sleeves. He took his text from Kzekiel 13:18. Win. Hogue Wood's tongno became paralvred while be mbs making a speech in Atlanta, ridiculing the Methodist church, of which ho was a pastor for years Four preachers went from" here Tuesday to the Tates Creek Atsociation at Gllead: Revs. William Sholton, R. R. Noel, A. V. Sizemore and R. B. Ma- bony. On next Suuday at Georgetown tbo dedication of tbo $ 10 000 Christian church will be a big atlalr. Special trains will bo run to it. A lunch will bo served free to visitors in the parlors of the church. E. Ellis preached at the -- Rev. leading Christian church at Memphis Sunday, by invitation, and so greatly pleased his hearers that a unanimous call to the pastornto was extended him. The salary Is $1,800 a year and a uico parson-ag- e h, tHk-lu- For Governor, I'. WAT HARDIN, of Mtrtcr. Moss A Rue, Danville will dissolve. liverymen, ' For Lleuic K. T. TVLEIl, of Fulton. For Treasurer, K.C.FORD, of Clay. For Auditor, Iloone, Far Register of the Offiw, G. II. SWANCO, of Wolfe. U C. NOKMAN.of I.nl Central, W.J. HKNDIUCK, of Fleming. For Secretirj of Mate, HKNHY S. HALE, ol Graves. KO Fr Attorney ForSupt. of Public Initructlcn, POUTER THOMPSON, of Owen. For Commixlonrr of Agriculture, ION D.XALL.of Louisville. For Railroad Commluloner, GEO. II. ALEXANDER, ol Louisville. For Representative, M. F. NORTH Nioholasvllle if preparing to hold a ' three days' trotting meeting which will begin Sept. 18. Trie coming term of tho Madison court will have 115 common wealth cases to wrestle with. Arthur O. Masters, once a captain in the English army, fell from a second story window at Middiesboro and was dan gerously hurt. The Advocate sa)a that Mrs. Veal and Miss Withers havo rented tho Clemens Hotel ut Danvi ie and will run a boarding house. At .Middiesboro, Charles Riy killed William Williams in a quarrel over a woman named Cora Simpson. Ray waa arrested and taken to tho jail at Pine-vi- l first-clas- s e. t LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Tho Lancaster orchestra met with Miss Lula liaison Thursday evening at ?- - her pretty home on Lexington street. Eld. George Gowen leaves Sunday afternoon to begin a protracted meeting at McCormack's church, in your county. The uuion services will bo at the Presbyterian church Sunday night. The sermon will bo preached by Rev. F. M. free. Hill. Rev. R. 11. MahonypreachoJ for bis Mi. George R. Hardin and wife will Sunday and leave next week for tho old congregation at Newport Postal. Clerk's found the church in a most nourishing Convention which will bo held In ChicaDEATfTS DOINGS." couilition under tbo pastorate of Rev. G. go. Mr. Hardin goes as a delegate. V. l'erryinan. Ho is doing a grand -- Col. O R. Estill, a leading citizen of Superintendent J. Hunt McMurtry work tberu and is greatly beloved by his is having some improvements Bdded to Madison, ia dead of gangrene, produced conurecation. the property ho recently purchased of by a wound in tho Ipg. Rev. J. M. Bruce finally nevem! bis Miss Ella Watson on Stanford Col. Andy Vaughn, a Mexican solBtreet. connection with Glasgow and left for tt o The National Bank, J. Joseph's dry dier, and a '40 gold hunter in California, upper part of the Statu lait week. No goods store, II. T. Logan it Co.'b cloth- died in Mercer. Monday. Ho had man ever Btood higher with tho public ing store, ami V. R. Robinson fc lire's been sick for several month, and some than Mr Bruce, and no man waa evT hardware eHUbllshment will all be much weekH ago predicted that he would die more sincerely beloved and esteemed by improved by a fresh coat of on tho 27th of August. paint. those who knew him Tho departure of Mr. Charley Harper, a worthy young Mr. John Clark, grandfather of Mr. both himself and bis excellent wife is a man of Shelbyville. has been engaged by Jesse M. Alverson, a compositor in this severe blow to a large circle of devoted Mr. R. II. Batson as one of his clerks. ollke. died at the homo of Mrs. Alver- friends. Times. Mr. Iliteon expect noou to open out tho eon in Richmond Wednesday afternoou, Tbo Harrodaburg Saying has this other store-rooadjoining the one he is aged 85. Deceased was highly respected item, which can not refer to our friend, at present occupying, and during his long sojourn on earth L. M. Lasley, can it 1 "Rev. hartley, Tho report is that a "wild man" is showed forth tho virtues of a Christian who has bicn conducting la uerics of running at large in this county near Gil- life. Mra. Pauline Covington, another meetings at Rohon, clcrrd hia work bert" Creek. A posse of men tried to octogenarian, also died in Madison this thero Monday. This siugular preacher overtake him the other day by pursuing week. seemB to be identified with no religious at a very rapid rate but they failed Little Rachel Gibbons Peyton, to sect oxcept bis owii. He profesjos eanc capture the man. To what race be youngest daughter of Georgo A. and Mra. tificatlcn and preaches this doctrine. Ma Lizzie Peyton, died Monday evening of can not be ascertained. ny strange Incidents nre said to have ocThe trial of Shelby Nunn for the sickness incident to teething, aged 17 When curred during bis preaching. killing of William Best a few months ago mouths. She was a bright little thing Borne applied for admission to the church his consumed all of this week but it is aud tho idol of hor parent, who are membership he said the doors of tbo thought a verdict will be rendered to- crushed with tho weight of the blow church wero locked. He had a peculiar day. Many seem to be of tho opinion and who have tue sympathy of all. Rev. manner of shouting and'.Jwould lie on that the caso will go very hard with W. E. Ellis conducted a short uervice at his back and paw tho air, aa it were, Nunn and lib will either be hanged or the residence and then many friends folwith both feet. lowed the remains to the cemetery and convicted for life. Died Tuesday at 7 o'clock p. m., at gently laid them away. This Is the equal riglita law passed by Miss Lizzie Kirkpatrick, daughter of the New York republican .Legislature, the toll gate on the Crab Orchard pike Mr. David Kirkpatrick, of the May wood willdoubt-le- u after a lingering illness of consumption, after which one for Kentucky be fashioned if the republicans Mrs. Conally. The funeral was preach- section, died in Lexington Tuesday should carry the State In tho executlvo ed at the house Wednesday morning by morning of pneumonia, after an illness Eld. George Gowen and tho interment of several weeks. Miss Kirkpatrick waa and legislative races: followed in the Lancaster cemetery. Tho preparing to make a trained nurse and jurisdicThat all persons wlthiu the tion of this State shall be entitled to the, deceased died with tho unfaltering trust would havo graduated in a few months. full and equal accommodations, advan- of a christian and with assurance that She was 27 yeara old and a splendid were tages, facilities and privileges ol inns, "Blessed are the dead which die in tho Christian lady. Her remains Lord." brought home Wednesday and interred restaurants, hotels, The young mon of tho "Junior Set" in the family burying ground in the barber shops, theatres, music will bo "at home" this evening to the presence of a large number of sorrowing halls, public conveyances on land and young ladies of tholr circlo at the home water, and all public accommodation or of William Horndon on Dauvillo street friends. amusement, subject only to the condi- at S p. M. Tho party promises to bo as Tho annual report issued by Mr. M. tions and limitations established by law inviting to the "fair ones" as a similar E Ingalls, president Chesapeake & Ohio and applied alike to all citizens. one they had last aummor at tho home Railway Campany for tho fiscal year of Messrs. Charles and Fred Friable. ending June 30, 1895, shows tho followThe value of an ounco of lluu gold that Welcome and Lapaley Clark, of this ing gross earnings. 59,590,030.01, increase Ib $20,072. coin If Is, gold without alloy, place, made p bold attempt at robbery ovor earnings of 1S91, 1551,922.20. UnTho gold, 900 fine, it ia worth f IS 005. on Monday night. Ono of them entered net earnings over 1S91 wero $111,52.3.30, and unlimited coinage of der the free tho residence of Mr. R. II. Batson and notwithstanding several hundred thousBilver, from 1703 to 1S73, the total coin-ag- o while ho was BBleep took from hia pock- ands of dollars were spent in repairs and of silver dollars amounted to JS,0lG 1 1891, under et tho etoro room keys and thus secured improvements. 838. From 1873 to July an entrance to the store, but fortunately A will purpoting to have been made compulsory coinage, tho mints coined for the vigilance of Town Marshal Ar- by the latn Judge Joseph Holt 20 years About 50,000,000 of these flll),333,20S. nold they did not capture any booty. ago, has been filed In Washington. It dollars aro In actual circulation among Since being put In jail the two Olarks bequeaths his estate, valued between tho people, and tho others aro In circu. have confessed. This in the second or 200,000 and $300,000, to Lizzie Hynee, latlon among tho people In tho form of silver certifi- third attempt that has been made and a niece, and Josephine Throckmorton, a Bilver certificates. These some think it is the same parties that godchild of Jndge Holt. cates are redeemed, free of cost for transhave beou trying to rob tho store. Senator Quay has again triumphed, portation, if anybody wishes his coin BiProf. B. II. Gowen and wife, of and he baa demonstrated that ho is the lver In place of tho paper. Winchester, Tenn., aro expected to ar- undisputed bess of tho Pennsylvania reSeptember 4th Company B., Frank- rive this week and will be tho guests publicans. He ran the committee to fort's crack McOreary guards that won of Elder Georgo Gowen. J. T. Price la suit himself and had himself elected the regiaoontal colors at Henderson, will in Lexington attending the Fair. Mr. chairman of the State committee, thus attend tbo Bourbon Fair. There will bo Homer Baughman, of Danville, waa vis- securing control of the party machine. a great crowd from Frankfort. Tho iting hia clece, Miss Nannie Sweeney, I! there la anything in the old saycompany will arrive in Paris at 8:30 A. m. the first of tho woek. Miss Jennio Burn-Biing that "a hickory nut year is always a ia visiting her cousin, Miea Mabel democratic year," the domocrata are goand march to the court house, and from court house to tho fair grounds head- Burnslde, at Barbourvillo. MisseB An- ing to sweep everything this fall, saya an the ed by Saxtou'fl celebrated band. At nie and Jennie Wallaco have returned exchange, for there is no end to the 11:30 they will give an exhibition drill from a visit to Versailles. Mra. Sarah hickory nuta. Oromtev, of Lexington, ia tho guest of at the fair. A Million Frlondd. Mra, Ann Hopper. Mr. Davis, of Midfriend indeed, A not leu Reduced Rates on the Midland. land, Texas, is visiting Mrs. Ann Hop- than friend In need it afound juat suchand friend a one million have in -.- 50.20 Frankfort to Chat9 Sopt. per and family. Mra. Robert Rice, of Dr. King' New Discovery for Consumption, Ghatta-noog- o Colds. If you have never used this Coughs and Boyle, baa boon tho guest of Mr. H. A. (rreat Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you tanooga and roturn; f 0 Paris to that it has wonderful curative powers in all dis and roturn. B. Marabury and family. eaieioi the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each bot. from Frankfort to Sept. tie Is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or mon After five yeara of work and the ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. from Paris Knoxvllle and return; 14.05 'sdtug store. Large bottlei joe and ?i. expenditure of ovor $3,000,000, Niagara m to Knoxvillo and return. has finally been harnessed, and the powFour Bis Succoases. from Paris to Louis.30 Sept. Havinthe adve ed merit to more th an male all ur remedluing claimed for them, the ville and roturn; $1.70 from Georgetown er generated by tho monster 5,000 Klng'sies have reached a phenomenal dynamos of tho Cataract Constructo Loulsvillu and return. sale. Drhsand New Diicouery, for comump. tion Company ia now being sent out for tion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaranteed-Elcctrbitters, the great remedy for Liver Stomlocal commercial UBe. Buclclln'a Arnica Salve. Ilucklen's 'Arnica Salve, the ach andilittereys. The belt "Ire in the world for euti, bru.'iei King's New Life Pills, "What's in a name?" Only this: An best in the world, and Dr.AH ulcers, talt rheum, fever sores, t.ter, chapthese remedies are a perfect pill. which aro kln eruptions, Ohio woman recontly and ped hand,ic'lUblainl,corBi no all repuired. presented hor guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them It ii positively curee piles, or herewith perfect satisfaction or money husband with hia 10th child, and her and the dealer whose name is attached Sold at A will be glad to tell you more of them. refunded. Price s cent, per box. For sale by name ia K. Penny' Drug btore. Moore. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Lin-vil- le, bo-lon- gs It la expected that thero will bo an attendance of 300 at tho Deaf and Dumb Instltuto at Danvillo the coming session. There wero 252 last year, an increase of 25 per cent over any other year. The Louisville aud Nashvillo elves notice that it has leased the Mammoth Cavo railroad from GlaHgow Junction, and all tickels should be provided with a coi'pon for the M. O. railroad. Tho republican convention held at Somerset placed John A. Jasper in nomination or the Legislature. F. B. tho present representative, was defeated by four votes in tho convention. So plentiful Is tho melon crop thia season that a man brought a wagon load of musk melons from two miles beyond DUFFY, Principal, Dauvillo to this market this week. Last Friday night tho hospitable home of Mrs. Jennio Carpenter was the A lull Preparatory Course lor College ts furnished, also branches essential to a Thorough Knjliih Education. Miss Mattle I. Paxton will again fill the position of Assistant. scene of a brilliant social event, It being a party given in honor of Misses Jamep, of llarrodsburg, and Minnie Drye, of Brodfordsville. About 20 couples attended and a most enjoyable time was had. SEPTEMBER Jim Goodo ia authority for the statement that in cleaning the Yowell buildSpecial attention to Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, ing for occupancy by Mr. Wheeler, it Belles-Lettre- s and Music. Send for a Catalogue. sparrows had been Science, was found that tho MRS. M. W. BERRY, Principal. occupying the second story room and had carried grass and trash in there to make nests that when removed filled five large coffee sacks. Walker Lyons sold a heifer last weok to Jos. Snow at 2c. Jas. Harper Full course in Literary Department. sold to J. M. Snow, of Boyle, 3 heifers at i 2.40 and to Hilton, of Junction City, 24 Five Months with Board, &c, for SS5, $90, S95, according to grade. hogs at f 4 80. J. W. Allen shipped SatJ. M. HUBBARD, President, urday a car load of fair butcher cattle to Cincinnati, for which ho paid 2 to 3c. Howard Female College, Gallatin, Tennessee. Allen & Lyons bought in Adair SO good feeders to be taken Oct. 1 at 4c. J. W. IT TAKES A- Allen is feeding a bunch of cattle green among other things to get them in corn Bhapo for the market. Ho bought of James Goodo 2 acres of corn for this purpose at $17 per acre and also bought several acres from John Reid. Next Tuesday night at 730 Transy'-van- ia Presbytery, South, will convtne in the Presbyterian church here. TLe Presbytery will be opened with a serSo we come crying with a mon from Rev. A. W. Crawford, of Paint To command attention in times like this. all the people. Come and see the first arrivals of beausesloud voice to Lick, tho retiring moderator. Tho sions of this body are public and all hav- tiful fall and winter goods in Dress Goods and Gents' and Youth's ing an interest in them nre cordially inClothing, and while the cry has been continually "up, up" on all vited to attend. Tbo meeting will probably lest about three dava and du- lines of goods, we can truly say we will sell every line at the old ring that time therj will be preach- prices, and any light weight or summer goods at ing services at 11 in the forenoon and 7:30 in the evening. It has been ! Boine time einco the church here enter tained n meeting of Presbytery and the Presbyterian brethren are looking for- Come and see our new stuff. Our Shoe stock was bought before the ward with much pleasure to the meet great advance and we are in position to make it profitable for you to Stanford Male Academy, F.J. OZFIEILSrS SEPT. 3RD, 1895. 9TH. Paris Classical Institute OPENS 1 fi Educate Your Daughters. -- Ltoud, Bold Meel Almost Your Own Price eating-house- bath-boui- es Last Friday, lightning struck the trade with us. Come and try it. barn of J. K. BaughmaD, knocking down a mule at the water trough and striking au employe of Mr. Baughmau who was ia the barn at the time, about tho knees and tearing off his shoes, also etunnicg VV. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hocker. him for a few minutes. Tho bolt struck the comb of the roof of the barn near tho front of the building and paEsed down two rafters, leaping from thence to tho pump and passing along an iron IDIE&TJ-GGrlESTpipe to tho water trough, and in its pas sage along tho pipe shocking the man - acd mule. Tho front of tho barn was considerably damaged by the electric current, but strange to Bay, although We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet there waa a large quantity of dry hay Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drugand other inflammable materials in the gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most loft, tho building waa not aet on fire. liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your preMiea Mary Adams has been visiting scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and in Lancaster. Nellie, the little daughter accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line of J. B. Adams, is quite ill with typhoid of Spectacles. 5?L. H. Bellebaum, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. fever. J. B. Cook goea thia week to the mountains, having been assigned to gauge brandy iu several mountain counties with Jackson as headquarters. He will havo seventy distillorlee to look afAnd ter. He wanta it understood that he intends to give the moonshiners a wide berth. Wai. Taylor and wife, of Louisville, who havo been visiting Mra. Mary Brown, left Friday for home. Mr. and The Mrs. C. O. VanArsdale wero called to Harrodsburg Monday by the serious ill ness of his niece, Mrs, Bud James. Mrs. Cook, formerly Miss Tom Green, is vis You are invifed to call and see them. ltingher mother, Mra. Arch McKlnney, and her uncle, George Miller Givens. Mrs. Cook's flue baby boy ia greatly admired by her relatives and friends. F, B. and Miss Lizzie Twidwell aro back from Crab Orchard. Felix is looking greatly improved and we trust is permanently BO; ing. V HUGHES & TATE. & S, CRAIG D, HOCKER, - ST-aJSTFOR- KENTUCKY ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, BEST IN THE COUNTRY, FARRIS & HARDIN I I it LOOK HERE m I X de m m 10-1- -- 8.11-12- horso-pow- or In answer to questions Gov. CampSeeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of bell, of Ohio, writes: I did not favor free coinage by the United States alone four years ago, nor do I now, although lam an international bimetallism What I said four years ago was that I would take tho chances of election upon the Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle platform as I found it. nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Prices all right. The season is getting K. Vanderbilt gave her ad- our stock before buying. MrB.lW. vertised ball at Newport and its splen- short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line dor ia said to have exceeded anything of Buggies and Surreys. ever Been nt that gay resort. All the leading society people and the Duke of W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Marlborough wero there. Tho latoat fad lu Paris is a garter show, but aa the pretty things are not on the places they belong, only women take interest in it. SHBSSBBtHSBSSS When the Court of Appeala confor ita September term it will find vened I am nov&Stfng Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and a docket of over 1,000 cases awaiting a orjany other terms to suit the purchaser on easy hearing. special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line Randall Lltsey, a Mercer county best. I give cattle breeder, has been arrested for of goods as can be found any where in the land. forging names of brooders to false pediI am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever grees. sold thenl before. Give me a call and be convinced. Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, 1 "1 s B. K. WJCAMIIT. i?! I. PIANOS and ORGANS. mTayment5 ic A.R. Lexington Colored Fair, Sept. 4th to 7th. The Queen & Crescent Route will make half rates from all Kentucky points on thia occasion. Don't fail to attend. Biggest colored fair in the United States. Splendid attractiona. Ask Q. & O. agents for particulars. Sf" Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking this position docs not give up her class in Music, but will continue teaching as before. Address P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. S? fi .: l - Mi l IN .' .4 Pmm;1' ijii f. ; s i . . t- n;. ' si. R l f I and tbo mistakes that have been made by Holmes, near Indianapolis. . .AT THE Mexico, has been visited are, many of them, of the head and not Huatlngo, by a waterspout. Many of tho houses of the heart. 4. That viewing all theso matters as were washed away, and eight persons met death bv drowning. The flood also we do, with God helping us, we will lay aside every prejudice and every passion destroyed all tbo crops in tho valley. JohnBon and wife, of Mexico, and all evil thoughts and all evil speakHenry Texas, went to cburch and left their ing and come up in the wisdom and three children locked up in their house' strength of our Master, to settle these nothing to do unless in the remote probAfteti remaining on the fonco as long Whonthev returned they found their troubles in His name aud for His sake ability of the death of a Senator, few of as he could and much longer than he home burned and their children crema- and to the honor and glory ol His whom ever die in office, what will ft wanted It is rather early for Fall Goods, still we have so many new and to, Mr. Emmett Logan has Mown ted. church. profit a democrat to help elect Col. Bradpretty thines that we can't hclv talking about some of them. Besides down into the barn yard and is now tho 5. That this meeting appoint Bros Jos. John Brown, at Itasca, Tex., murley by voting lor him or refusing to vote gamest rooster of them all. We knew dered Nellie Booker, 13 years old, cut Ballon aud J. S. Hughes to again confer we never let others get ahead of us in showing the for the head of our ticket? Gen. Hardin he'd do it. Gen. Hardin's courso is not ting her throat with a razir, and then with Bro. Ellis aud the officers of the represents nearly everything dear to tbo Buch as to make Bound money men love walking into bis own room cut bis own church, who are its constituted authoridemocratic heart, he has been a demohim, but we can take him scars and all, throat from ear to ear. Jealousy web ties, and see if some settlement can not crat tried and true, whoBO services were eat crow and even huzzird, In prefer- the cause. be made that will bs honorable to all never sought in vain when the party ence to swallowing the filthy republican The Kentucky Midland railroad will and will reflect glory on the religion we needed them; in office he was faithful coon. It is possible all profess. be sold next Monday. and conscientious and as a man he is G. That we all pledge ourselves to Southern, to which that the Cincinnati above reproach. Personally we have Tins is rank treason. A Versailles man, ilia a valuable feoder. will buy It. The abide by such settlement and tliAt we Our fall and winter dress goods are in and arc now on sale. It emnaught to say of the republican candi- Mr. Wru. Botkins, who lives In a stone's road must bring $320,000 to satisfy claims will work for the unity of the church on braces New Wrapper Goods, New Capes, New Outings, New Cloaks, date, but politically he represents every throw of Senator Blackburn, has named such report, whatever it mav be. thing that is repulsive to democracy and the latest addition to his family, "John against it. Pulliam, a Wichita, Kan , farNew Flanncllc ttc, New Underwear, John antagonistic to our idea of good govern- G. Carlisle." Joo will likely have an act FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. mer, was arrested a few days ago for ment. There is neither reason norBonBe of Congress passed ordering Mr. Botkins kissing a neighbor's wife In a "louit, Winter Turf oats for sale at 75oa in turning the State over to his gangand to "git off de yearth," after such a per boisterous, felonious, malicious and bushel by F. Reld, Stanford, Ky. no true democrat will falter when such formance. mnnnor.r flcalnst the peace and - a www m A small amount of corn was sold at an alternative presents itself. Either dignity of the State of Kansas." So far we have heard of no opposition Lancaster Monday at $1 in the field. Bradley will be elected govHardin or An unknown man entered the premIeaac Hubbard Bold to A. W. Carernor but the latter can only be by the to the election of Mr. Ulie J. Howard, of ises of Farmer Clapp, near Marion, Ind., penter three yearling heifers at $21.50. Ghent, as Clerk of the uoxt House. He aid of democrats. Is any good democrat daughand finding only his Rilpy Grannan, who was reported willing to be responsible for Buch a re- is ambitious, popular and proficient and ter at home, forced her to swallow car- "busted," won $10,000 on Requittal In New Towels, New Ginghams, New Comforts, New Blankets. Our would make a capital officer. Let the sult? If not let's all get together and bolic acid. The brnte then fled, leaving tho Futurity. line of Gent's Furnishing Goods is complete and is marked at prices 'sand Col. Bradley and his party to the old pap suckers stand aside and give tho the young lady in a dying condition. young man a chance. J. B. Foster and J. II. McAlister that cannot be touched by our competitor. where it ought to go and stay. rear The negro race will have recognition bought of E. P. Woods 10 cattle averag- Booker T. at the Atlanta Exposition. NEWSY NOTES. inn 1,070 at 4c. Like the woman who swearing that Washington, president of Tnskegee, Ala., biy Strayed or stolen, a Bhe'd ne'er consent, consented, Editor of Hume, Mo., died Walter Gibson, admule. Information thankfully recelvrd. James M. Richardson has accepted the from tbo effects of a bee sting on the Normal Institute, is to deliver an dress on tho opening day and take part William Lee, Stanford. democratic nominatlan lor representa- chin. in other exercises. Klaunch 2:0SJ has trotted 117 wintive from Barren county. He is an ultra Three people were killed by falling The attorney general of Texas has ning heats in 2:30 or better. Most of Fall weight black cheviot suits in single and double breast, black clay free silver man and Blnce Hardin's inter- over a precipice while ascending Mount promulgated an opinion that the them have been below 2:20. pretation of the platform to suit that Blanc. worsted sack and frock. A good, honest, suit for men at fight Is a felonious ofF. P. Bishop eold in Cincinnati for $2. pDpulietic idea, Mr. Richardson feels Four murderers were taken from fense and that the sheriff must stop it 50. himself and J. M. Snow a car load of himself free to run for anything. In fact the iall at Yreka. Cal . by a mob and even if he has to summon a posse and butcher stuff at $2.60 to $3.15. it is said that be is already out for speak hanged. shoot all the offenders down. Thompson Bros. & Brown sold to er of the House, so confident is he that At the age of 74 Joseph Langdon, of The Chattanooga Tradesman reports Garrard county parties a bunch of his election is as sure as hii calling. Bar- Walden, W. Va , haB a baby born to his 37 new Southern industries for the week steers at 3Jc and a lot of heifers ring tho dogma that be hugs to his bosom, 55 year old wife. ending Aug. 19, among thorn being a with a tenacity worthy of a better cause, It is estimated that the cabla from new sheet mill at Birmingham, new cot- at 21c. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, J. Harlan snld 110 sheep and 14 there are no better men than Jim Rich San Francisco to Honolulu will cost ton mills in North Carolina and a wood- lambs tolD. N. Prewitt for $210. Prow-it- t ardson and he will render the State good nearly $4,000,000. T. D. RANEY, Manager. factory in Florida. bought a number of lots of lambs at service. Here's looking at him and hop- Judge Taft in his address before the working present rate of revenue reAt the 3c. Advocate. ing that he may never "come out be- American Bar Association roasted Gov. Branch Stores. ceipts for August, It is thought the new John R. Gentry, Robert J. and Joe hind." Altgeld and Debs. tariff law will yield something like Patchen, the three greatest pacers in the Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana men who set fire to the Joe Cohen, who used to live in this gas Two young at Sistersville, W. Va., a year, or an increase of $50,000,- - world, will start In tbo $5,000 race at in an oil well Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. county and married here, is running for 000 bb compared with the last year the to death. McKinley law was in operation. the Legislature in Woodford on a were burned J. II. Baugbman & Co. bought 0,0(0 John A. Jasper was nominated for Arrtmlin? to tables printed by the bushels of wheat in Lancaster Monday 'Thomns Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, representative at the republican conven-tion has advanc- at 62c. This firm has bought nearly 50 Grover Cleveland and John G. Carlisle Iron Age, Bessemer at Somerset Tuesday. democrat," and "Joe Blackburn, free $4.50 a ton since January last, 000 bushels so far this season. ed over Tbo proposition to issue $22,000 in silver and free turnpikes platform." Joe while in the same period there has been E. W. Ayers sold, his fast trotting iB .evidently bo anxious to catch 'em bonds to build water works was carried an advance offG 50 on steel billets, of filly Beuzetta, for $10,000. She was 3G at Franklin. of a bought through a broker, and a'coming and a'gwine, that he gets things by a vote of 401 to $1.05 on nails and of three-tentthe name J. A. Harting, an Indianapolis bicy- cent a pound on beams and n do not see how a man mixed up. We of her owner has not been announced. clist, rau Into an express wagon and recm declare for Carlisle and be for Joe Buford Overton, who waaconvicteu Henry D. Martin, of Woodford coun whicb he died. Blackburn, or be a Cleveland democrat ceived injuries from and sentenced to death in Harlan coun- ty, purchased 125 mult-- from Jbs. GuthThe Celebrated- Frank Elliott, of Frankfort, Pa., Is ty for complicity In the murder of Ped- rie, of Shelby county, at $10i ppr bead, and want free Bilver. We are afraid our has been learning some wanted for robbing bis stepmother, dler Loeb and his wife, sys, of course and 31 from A. P. Carrithers at the same bad tricks since be wandered away from while thev were attending his father's that he was the victim of circumstance price The Louisville colt, Ben Brush, was burial. Lincoln. and is not responsible for the murder. Elmer Scblinck and Jacob Altweis An effort will accordingly be made to beaten at six furlongs at Sbeepshead The Louisville Truth doesn't always were caught in a belt on a cider mill havo hla sentence commuted to life im- Bay by Right Royal at 30 to 1, tho win live up to its name. That is to say it oc- and mangled beyond recognition at Fob The best on earth. The best is always the cheapest. Try one. ner giins the distance in the fast time prisonment. casionally prevaricates. Its statement torla, O. of 1:13 1 5. that a State official shared in the profits The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of Resolutions Adopted at the Christian The stable of J. R. A Foxball Keei e, Co. is pronounced the State of Kentucky will be entertained of tbo Mason-FoaChnrch Meeting Wednesday. in Fayette, burned and with it two valuabsolutely false by President Charles E. at Bowling Green the second Tuesday in These aro the resolutions which are able stallions, Killicratt'8, imported at a Hoge and we know Mr. Hoge well enough October. referred to in our local columns. At the cst of $31,000, and Hyder Abail, bought to say bis word is bb good as bis bond, Near Portland, Ore., a mother, time that was written we were unable to for about $25,000 as a and the latter has always been gilt edged. thought to be insane, wrapped her procure the original, which we now pubAt Winchester Monday there were When ever a paper is short of something boy in a quilt and drowned him lish by request: about 325 cattle on the market but nearto write about it jumps on tne Mason-Foa- in the river. There being many of us in the congre ly all of poor quality. Good feeders 1,- Co. till it has got to be disgusting. Raugb, a one legged bicyclist gation who are not willing to accept the 200 pounds, brought 4 cte.; S00 toflOO lbs. A. J. The Truth should prove its alligations had gotten as far as Paducah Sunday, on resignation of our beloved brother and steers, 2J to 3 cts.; heifers, 000 to 700 lbs ; We arc now ready to show our customers the largest and best as- with reference to the check or apologize. his way from Knoxvillp to San Francisco pastor, Rev.W. E. Ellis, without an eflort 2 to 2 cts. A few lots of good stock sorted line of Carpets ever brought to Stanford. You can certainly on his wheel. to eave his services to the church and to e ves, $2. 50 to $3 each. Democrat. The G. 0. P. is in a hades of a fix at At Davis' Cave, Washington county, restore that full and hearty fellowship Farris & Whitley bought of Fitzger- find just what you are looking in Moqucttes, Velvets, Body Brussels Louisville. It attempted to hold a conone Darland fatally shot another man and that brotherly love which bos ever ald & Wingate about 500 barrels of corn Tapistry Brussels, All Wool Ingrains, Hemp and Straw vention to nominate candidates for the Mattings, Oil named Kays, In church, as the i .mult of existed until recently betweon him and i j the field at $1 50 per barrel. The corn Legislature, the general council, school Cloths, Lcnolium Mattings, Coco Matts, Rugs, Napias Matting, an old grudge. the members of the church, wo are as- is located convenient to the point where trustee, county surveyor and park comA Suffolk, Va , merchant was shot sembled here to express our loy- the purchasers desire to use it. Saino Dutch Three Ply. You can not afford to miss our bargains. missioner, but the A. P. A's. took charge which he had set for burg- alty both to him and to the officers, and firm also bought 32 1.000 lb cattle at 3) Make it a point to sec our goods and you will know where to purby a trap-guof it and ran it to their own sweet will, Saturday night, sustaining injuries to express our earnest desire that he and a lot of of mixed cows and heifea at chase your fall floor coverings. nominating a ticket, which, the leading lars terminating fatally. shall remain with us as pastor until the 2jc Advocate. republicans repudiate. As the A. P. A's. Funds to move John Brown's fort Master shall call him ta a larger and a elected Evans to Congress they are enOakd ok Thanks. We desire to thank from Chicago back to Harper's Ferry Many of us have titled to some consideration at the hands have been subscribed, and the removal better field of labor. our many friends, who so kindly helped not inquired into the cauBea that seem ani sympathized with us during the illUndertakers and Furniture Dealers. Stanford, Ky. of the republicans, who ought in equity will take place Boon. to bo leading to this separation, believ- ness and lost hours of our dear little and juBtice, to concede them these minor The American liner St. Louis, made ing as we do that trusting in God for offices. Gibbons. G. A. Peyton and the remarkable average of 22 3 knots in wisdom to guide ua and strength to up- Racheel family. In his speech at Bo w ling Green, Col. a run of nearly five hours in the En- hold ub in time of need, full fellowship Kid. W. L. Williams is assisting the shall be restored and every difficulty reBradley quoted from the Interior. Jour- glish channel Tuesday. pastor, Eld. J. G. Livingston, in a meetA red hot wire pierced John Alloy's moved to the honor and glory of His nal of April, 1882, to show that the Legislature that bad just adjourned bad cost neck while ho was at work in a nail fac- great name and to the upbuilding of His ing at Goshen. Additions to date 22. $150,000, without giving the State any- tory at Anderson, Ind., burying itself church in our midst. Therefore In School Supples at Resolved 1, That In the call of Bro. thing like value received. What is writ two inches in the flesh. GLEANED IN ART CIRCLES. Twenty years ago this country ex- Ellis to tho pastorate of this church we is writ and if such quotations do the colPun. Mat, of London Punclv, is bald recognize the wisdom and love of God onel any good he iB welcome to thorn for ported 547,105 gallons of cotton-seeoil. Now the quantity sent abroad In sending one whose Christian virtues to bo earning moro money just now his assiduity in keeping a file of what he than any artist in England. kindly chooses to term the best demo- amounts to 14,000,000 gallons. can not be excelled and whose fidelity to Rosa. RoxnEint's 'Going' to Market In A magistrate, a deputy sheriff and a truth rises higher than the things of cratic paper in the State. Britain," 05x31 Inches, sold in London merchant of. Perry county have been time and sense and whose services in for S7.5C0; in 1858 it brotuiht 3,000; in Although the vote was a tie and the arrested for the assassination of Emory the MaBter'B vineyard we recognize, first 1870, JS.025, and In 1888, f5,700. A commltteo was for him, Mr. Simrall ac- Campbell In Breathitt county. of all In hlB influence upon tbo younger Corot, "Lo Prlntcmps," brought C3.035, cepted Mayor Duncan's proposition that At Burnettville, Ind., Wm. Sbull members of the church, who are loyal to and Orcbardson'8 "Tho Story of a Llfo" A Large Stock and each article the very best to be had at its price. they run the race over for the mayoralty and his young wife were taken from him and who in many cases have come 3,727. At Beuron, a Benedictine abbey on nomination and another election will be their home and tarred and feathered, boldly out on the Lord's side and have tho Dunubo duo north of tho Lako of held Sept. 12. The more politics the Alleged depravity was tho cause. become bright aud Bhining lights in the Constance, a now school of Catholic art more hell, especially in Lexington, and W. N. Lane, the slayer of James Ro- - ohnroh. nor has this been done at the has arisen. Tho monks havo painted they are going to have a good deal of it flnnlmiicvh veaa ..,.... ... anfrfta.' 9'jV from Ver expense or the prejudice of the fathers tho decorations of tho cathedral at there this Fall. sailles to the Fran) 40 6 if Judge Par- and mothers in Israel, but to tho perfect Constance, the frescoes uf the life of St. quet mob vio- - satisfaction of all and to the honor ahd Benedict in tho sanctuary at Monta Is One leg of a pair of trousers was found rish having receive? Casslno, near Naples, and tho llfo of lence was contempatea. glory of the Master's cause. in the Btomach of a big shark caught tho Virgin In tho Abbey church of Mrs. James Tettherow, of Portland, 2. That we recognize in him a bold Emaus at Prague. near Annapolis, Md., a few days ago. The Oregon, held her son's head and fearless defender of the principles swalFALL STOCK, Landseeii's "Chevy" was sold lately rest of the Jonah that be possibly fate from his under water until he was strangled to for which we as a people contend, with- in London for 120,025, and his "Tho lowed had met a different and self conceit which Sentinel," portraita of two of tho duko Biblical prototype and had gone through death. She then attempted to drown out that bigotry herself but was rescued. to others the freedom of thought of Beaufort's dogs, for 80,710. Phillips' denies the dlgeative organs. The commission of Ransom, as min- and of conscience, but meets every child "Early Career of Murlllo" brought Hook's Israel's "Pancakes," The address which was to shed har- ister to Mexico, has been issued under of God with a hearty fellowship on one "Gold of tho Sea," 15,220, and Wilklo's Bible, and is willAll Colors- Soft and Stiffs. mony all around in chunks a foot deep the date of August 24, in order to sotte common ground, the "Tho Abbotsford Family," $3,150. commit- the technical question raised as to tho ing to serve the Master with all his chilhas not yet materialized. The Turner's drawing" of Boston was sold for (1,520, and six vignettes, Including' tee appointed to present it is likely not legality of bis appointment a few hours dren, whenever and wherever assem"A Shipwreck," "A Ship on Firo" and equal to the task, judging from its com- before tbo expiration of bis term as Sen- bled. ator last March. 3. That we implore him and our offi- - ,,Je4bunrh.Ab:F,"or fromJIOO to MOO. position. Tiik Georgetown democraJOURNiL cy of whose editor Times, the has never during his long and useful career been questioned, thinks that Gen. Hardin has placed th Stanford, Ky., - August HO, 1985 party in a most embarrassing position by hla erroneous construction of the platform, and will give him its support simW. P. WALTON. ply because he is the nominee of the party, and because it does not want tho Hardin is oil oa bis con State to pass under republican control. "SurrosaGen. struction of the State platform of an is- 'True democracy" always yields to the sue, the settlement of which be will have will of the majority. 5EMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR Interest In the case of II. II. Holme cars if it be possible to heal the wounds is revived by the finding of what aro that have been made and if in the power claimed to be the charred remains of of the church, to still continuo him as Howard Pitrol in a house once occupied our pnator, for we know that tho errors New Goods. New Goods. Louisville Store. J , First lew Goods of The Season. lo -- - - New Table Linens, New. Lace Curtains, New Napkins, New Window Shades, CLOTHING! well-made four-year-o- ld THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAXTFOBJD, KY, - $180,-000.00- 0 n pig-iro- hs YOU NEED (HUE. -- bar-iro- Vulean Chilled Plows, rd W. H. WEAREN & CO. two-year-ol- six-year-- rd to-da- y io-da- y n WITHERS & HOOKER Every Thing You Want! d PENNY'S DRUG STORE. w six-year-- eiO,-05- 0. Latest : Style : Shapes, -- , H.l J.: M'ROBERTS. ,'J, ... h.J.uj'i' ' MmmwmMx "TyrJvrri&v &MI-WEEK- U Mr. Sanford P. Snoop, 23, and Mies Use "Guano" on your wheat and grass. Docie Farris McKenzle were married at gloves a It psya 100 per cent. W. II. Wearen A Waynesburg, yesterday. White 3tanfohd, Ky., - August 30, 1895 8hankB'. duck and wulto kid Co. Kate Haslan, of Elizibetb, N. J., beLANCASTER, KY., came insane the other evening on seeing Mc- Lkavk your orders with IIlRKins it Has now on hand Weather-BoardinFall line of boys' clothing just receivCeiling, Flooring and all kinds E. C. Walton, Business Manager Kinney (qr fertilizers for wheat. ed at Shanks'. Any style and quality her betrothed dancing with another of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. B, girl. All kinds of feed such as corn, oats, and any price can be found there. Henry Hildebrant, a widower of 43, Stanford, Ky. We use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow b Deckelmann is unsurpassed as &c, for Bale. J. H. IiAUghman & Co. silverware at reduced prices to and Miss Annie Wilknp, a maiden of 41, Poplar. We arc prepared to meet competition from all points on Plated The of watches and jowelry. . The work is done well and promptly. Fob the latest styles and lowest prices make room for new Fall goods. Buy drove In irom Uttenbeim ana were mar- cash orders. stock of watches, novolties and jewelry Tuesday by Judge now while stock is complete. W will ried at tho court-hou- se he will take pleasure in showing you Is in Fall suits call on Jesse D. Wearen. Davison. give bargains. Danks, the Jeweler. complete, wpll selected aud at very low 9 A new lino of ribbon and tho latest A dispatch from Richmond says that prices. At IVnnyV Drug Store. Mr. John BmoiiT says the big apple Rev. T. P. Dudley, who was sent from things In veilings at Shanks'. Call and crop Is sure to break up the prohibition that county some four years ago as a " (see them. NOTWITHSTANDING PERSONAL POINTS. party in Kentucky. Its members can't misfionary to India, will wed a Mies 1 I you nro going away to Bcbool get a stand tho hard cider and brandy that Ivos Fish attended the Lexlnnton fair Minnie Frazier, a missionary from Scottrunk or telescope at Shanks'. Any size, will soon flow as freely as water. saw his sweetheart. aud land, Septemper 4. . Miss Ola ha. Mkksiio.n has returned any quality, any price, you can get there. Miss Hortonsa Phillips, daughter of D. N. Allbn, an electrician, is here to from a visit to Richmond. Tub big trestle on the L. & N. near put in a system of telephones if ou peo- Judge John F. Phillips, of tho United Alma Jknnu Wkst, of Harrodaburg, town will Boon be a thing of the past. A ple are wido awake enough to do so. States District, Court, will be married his arrived to assist in the public school. culvert has been built and now 60 hands See notice in another column and talk September 2 to William M. Fible, of the Miss Annik Shield left Tuesday to en- are making an embankment. That leather has advanced, we are selling Ladies' Shoes business to him when he calls upon you stock brokerage firm of Houston, Fible ter Miss Josephine Reed's school at Dan. & Co , Kansas City. Both are well known Ciikai'. TheL. & N. will sell tickets in Daiiville. ville. The London bills advertising tho de H. J. McIioiiKnTa are to Louisville from Stanford on account of Mr. akd Mrs. and Bradley NEW ADVKaTIBEMENTO. the G. A. R., Sept. 8 to 11 Inclusive at bate there between Hardin are visiting Mrs. J. K. Mount at Sept. 7th say there will be seats and pro good to return 32.10 for the round-tritectiou from sunshine and storm for Dr. N. 0. Harms, of Atlanta, wbs up till Oct. 5. J. S. Rice, agent. 5,000 people. The London Cornet band J3ANK STOCK 9 to toe one of our most charming young Trim Co will be told it auction at t o'clock Sep. Squihk Muri'UY, who has passed the will furnish the uiubIc 9th, county court day at Stanford. J. Z ladlea. 9 9 We have just opened our first shipment. Come now, attended tho 83th mile post in tho journey of life, says Mlsa Jksnis Warrk bear in mind that Democrats should that he has Been days of hotter weather, tea at Lancrfster given by MIbs Jeannie precinct meetings havo been called for but sever ao many hot days as tbia SumDuncan. Saturday, Sept. 7, at 2 i m. to name delmer. The heat has been iutenBe all thu ImproTement in Mrs. Nannie Wkahkm aud Mrs. Annio egates to a county convention to be held Prospects ofthli week, the nights being almost as hot as our town. James mo attending the Tato's Creek here court day to nominate a candidate the days. Mr D. N. Allen, Electrician, representing the Association. .. for superintendent of schools. Manhattin Telephone made by the Manhattan ... Electrical Co , of New York, It for a few davs The postmaster of ML Sterling was Mrs. Will Morelasd and daughter, at instruments he Aktrk letting the aide walk remain stopping are the Myers Hcute. Theof And Save Money. Miss Nora, spent several days with her arrested and placed in jail for refusing to handles first data, consisting 10,000 Ohm Boyle. dog tax. We do not know that block! with Btone and brick for Beveral Macnetto Hells and tho Make I ransmitter, in fact pay his brothers in the same instrument as the Hell Co. have used all The psunts are no mere on the Mu. Katie Uatron, of Somerset, Is persons hero have refused to pay, for years th owners of the property on Hu over the U S. any cne - street beyond Dr. Owsley's have telephone and may own them, and being visiting hnr daughter, Mrs. Elyslo Mills, they have not been asked, but if anyono tonvillimade by a number of Klectncal Companies radices decided to lay a pavement. Nobody ev- them cheap Mr. Allen has been in tandon, Ky , does, what's tho matter with letting him at Bright's Mill. Highly er dm as tho council directs, because it lor ins patt lew weeks aod comes telephonerecomMr. J. M. Alyeiison went up to Rich, board awhile with Jailer DcBorde. mended. We wish him success in work htre. rarely enforces its orders. moud Wednesday to attend his 9 9 The College will open next Tuesday funeral. Diko in the Asylum. Mrs. Ann Eliza and the new principal, Dr. William Shel-toRoiibht Fauhis is clerking at tho St. asks us to impress upon tho patrons Gastinuau, who was declared insane by T Asaph during the illness of E. II. Bet.-ley- , I offer for sale at my residence in Crab Orch the importance of having their children a jury hero a couple of weeks ago and will ard on who is rapidly recovering. enter the llrst day. It is ill help them in- taken to tho asylum at Lexington, died Ili.v. T. Simpson McOall, president of calculably and be of benefit to tho teach-er- there a few days since. Mrs. Gastineau the Bethel Female Col If go at Hopkins-villMisses Harris, Cowan and Martin professed sanctiQcatlon at a meeting All ray Household and Kitchen Furniture, all in was hero yesterday in the interest order, lied Room Sets, Wash Stands, held at Ephesus, in tho Southeen part of Centre Tables Hocking Chairs, Bed Springs, To make room for New Fall Goods we will close out our stock will arrive Monday. of his school. 9 of tho county, and lost her reason soon Mattresses, Chairs. Carpets, i Cooking Stove, one Heating Stove, i Gasoline Move, 4 Mrs. J. D. Pittub and Mise Bettlo It Is rumored thai the L. A N. has afterward. She leaves a husband and good op'er and many other things too burner. In tedious to Hlggins, of Crab Orchard, spent several mention. Also Phaeton Buggy and Harness, control of Cumberland Gap tun several children. family Horse. Jersey Csw and Call, No. t milkformer's daughter, Mrs nel sod will take charge Sept. 1, when davs with the er. Jersey Heifer, new Double Shovel Plow, Sevkiial seasonable rains have fallen stl of Plow Gear, Spade, Shovel, Fork and Hake. Jamra F. Cummins. they will arch it with brick and stop tho can buy at a sure enough Also my Undertakers' Stock complete, a nice Mr. ani M8. J. II. Yaobr, of Louis- serious delays constantly occurring by and the crops continue to hump them- Hearst Good place for business for a live man. We have some beautiful pieces which you my House and Lot, centrally located, all Bargain. ville, with their little the roof falling in. Transfers o (passen selves. A drive into the country furth Alto necessary outbuildings, atllclnds of Fruit Trees Margaret Short, are guests of Mr. and gers and baggage have had to be made er developed to us that this is indeed the and Vines of the very best, and a well of never year of plenty. Such a crop of corn Iibb tailing water. This property I offer privately on Mrs. A. W. Carpenter. on eaty terms there for several weeks. rarely ever been grown and every thing Terms for !Vronslty Over $5, three months' Mrs. T. 1. Hill and sons, Burton and negotiable note. Four generations were photographed elso is looking fine. The apple and the credit, Tom, arrived from Uullalo, Wyoming, J.H.STEPHENS. 31 Wednesday. Mr. Hill came with them by Mr. A. J. Harp a few days ago: Mrs. grapo crop ia immense, the latter in ma J. S. BledBoe, MrB. J. P. Bailey, Mra. U. ny cases being allowed to waste on the as far as Chicago and returned home. : iimi mi 11 hi ir rn ORitsaina Mr. J. A. Ui'iufsins, of Garrard, went D. Gregory and Catherine Louise 'Greg- vines because they are not worth in the ory. Tho latter, who is a little beauty, market the cost of gathering. to Louisvillo Tuesday to sell 75 : I A. : Ho Is unusually well supplied with parents. of tobacco for his countymen. Buhnso ma own House. Arnold parents, four present crop will bo fully 40 per She has two says tho Steinaker, a German who lives near Ot- - Sixty Acre Farm Near Stanford. grand parents and her own parents. cent short in Garrard. tenhelm, set fire to and burned his dwella 9 Will be fold at public auction without reserve Mr. W. K. Depmon, who married a ing Tuesday night, together with most Jim Tall is In trouble again. Ed Miw McKinney, of McKinney, Ky., and 21, who Is even blacker than Jim, of its contents. He had attempted to now livra at McKinney, Texas, has E. At a o'clock In the afterocon. at dwclline house owed him 50 cents and when Tall asked burn it twice during the day but memon the premises. Situsted near Stanfcrd and LanW. Cain's chair at Wilkinson's barber him for it, he told him he owed him bers of family prevented him. Steina- caster pike, on Ulx River, fertile and In a high saop while he has gono to Bardatown. ker had been drinking a good deal and stateoi cultivation. Has on It a comfortable Jwell. nothing. Tall thought to the contrary) out-good barn Miss Lillik McCormack returned from however, and begun to cut a slice out of there are those who think that whisky ing; house, fine orchard and all olhcrnecessary smal buildings, and many kinds ct fruits and berries. Plenty of good water In a Owensboro, Wed- Williams' ear as part payment, a visit to her undo at 13ssisssissisissisisisisisiHsBK4sVi VVfZWJ90 but caused him to do the deed while others neighborhood, near church and school nesday Her cousin, Will McCormack friend of the latter darkey arrived in think ho is crazy and still others who Terms casn.balanct. in i and years. M. SPEED PEYTON 50 came with her aud is now with his grand time to save him from the loss. Wil- believe that he burned the house for parents, Mr. and Mis. W. 0. McCor- liams received an ugly gosh in the ear meanness. Ho was married several years b9fl lwTHWtKWKrr,'U Kr(lt4K,W JsisHsHll mack. and neck, but was able to appear at the ago to Mrs. Emma Hirschfleld and while OF. herguetd, trial Wednesday morning. Tall failed to they got along fairly well, Steinaker bad Miss Lillian FonsYTiixand BLUE ""grass VALUABLE and freMiss Hattie May Surber, are with their show up though and the trial was post- no love for his wllMrgfflr!TKaf m grand mother, Mrs. Givetin, in Lincoln. poned until ho could be produced. were the result, the last quent outbreaks I will on the premises en Mr. John W. Dive, of Lincoln county, is occurring tho evening tho house wcb the guest of IiIh aister, Mrs. R C. Bradburned, when ono of the young ladits Tiik meeting called to take action on 18, ley. Harrodsburg Sayings. the resignation of Rev. W. E. Ellis as dealt him n (earful blow in the face with Offer at public rale the valuable tract of land in Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Fohdvck, of New- pastor of the Christian church was large- a plate. He was brought to town Wed- Garrard County, Ky , on the turnpike road leadl ing from Danville to Lexington, known as "the ark, 0., nro tho guestB of Col. W. F. ly attended and very harmonious and nesday morning by Messrs. J. 11. Camp Dick Robinson Harm." The Sheridan. Mr. F. ia a train dispatcher unanimous. Dr. Joseph Ballou read tho and Mack Petrey when Judge Davison ou the B. & 0. S. W., where the colonel 133d Psalm and after counseling har- ordered him to jail and Bet his trial for Farm Contains about 335 Acres, llrstgot onto thu art of ruuning traiiiH, mony and praying for brotherly love to Saturday. Steinaker talkB like an insane And is one of the very best and richest trscls ol land in the State of Kentucky. It is and the two are very fast friends. continue, suggested tliut Mr. J. S. Hughes man and it will be lucky for him if he hemp, tsbacco and grass land and is in a hign ' fact at his trial, for if state of cultivation Mr. J. M. SinoLP is conducting the be called to tliu chair. That gentleman can establish that singlug at Eld. C. E. l'owell'M meeting at came forward and after expressing bia it ia proven that he committed arson It Is Well Junction City. Mr. S. will move his appreciMion of the honpr of presiding through mero cussedneBO ho will likely With the very best post and railing, nearly new and in good repau. The dwelling hojse contains family to Lexingtou next week where ho over Buch a body drew from his pocket n gdt a torm in tho pen. t.n or twelve rooms. It has recently been remod been engaged to lead tho choir of long series of resolutions, which he said has is in every respect a comforable, modern Opficbkb ov Election. Judge Davi; cted and house, in a fine stato ot preservation, dwelling miM nf tliu Christian churches at 1500 a uau ueen prepared alter earnest prayer following gentlemen and careful thought. They began by has appointed tho year. to be olhcera of the November election, IN SPLENDID REPAIR.YERY ATTRACTIVE saying that the congregation deplored been residents of No more comfortable or more desirable home, CITY AND ViniNITY. tho condition of adairs and trusted God provided they have agricultural purposes, can be for stock precincts a year, can read and write cither in Central orKentucky. for guidance to a proper solution of it. their lound And a complete line ot Crayon, Slates, Tablets and Pencils, in fact Rkad Danks' big ad. and have not bet on any election: every thing a pupil needs. An earnest request was made for Mr. El Stanford, No. 1 R. L. Porter, Sidney It is Conveniently Located on Fine Fair, slightly cooler Frfday. lis to withdraw his resignation, in order .. Turnpikes and is well Watered G. G. Wine, sherifl, and that a satisfactory adjustment, honorable Dunbar, judges, Stkiili.no Trilby hearts at DankB. Bright, clerk. Krom never falling Springs that seem to be abso alike to all concerned, might bo arrived John B. Engleuian, 0. Yanoy, lutely Inexhaustible, with t.oughs attached; will No. G. A splendid assortment Notice Withers & Uocker'a standing at. His course aa a man and preacher water aoo head ot stock in driest seasons. There Fine Box Paper, Tablets and Envelopes. judges, W. P. Carson, oberliT, and L. L, are several good outhouses, a large, new tobacco ad. was highly commonded and tho highest barn that will hold ao acres of tobacco, and three 9 9m Dawson, clerk. tenement houses. Empihe wheat drills, Farris & Uar- - approbation of his services oxpressed. 3- -J. W. Martin, N. Vanhook, G. lhelandls not only on good turnpikes, but of No. Entire confidence was also expressed in Q. & C. L. & N. and L. S. railto din. fudges. Jack Terry, sheriff, and W. A. e?sy accessto the Danville, Lancaster, Iiryantsville ways, and tho officers ofjthe church, as well tho be- Every thing new, purest and best quality. We solicit your patronage. Harrodsburg and Lexington, Will sell gasoline stoves at coat. W. llel ttiat trie errors committed wero Sampson, clerk. Full dos let ion of the property will be given -F. Moberlv, J. W. Adams, January i, 1896, will the usual privilege of seed- H. Wearen & Co. No. -A. ot tho head and not of the heart. all. grain during Judges, G. W. Goodrich, sheriff, Hugh lag in smallwill be offeredtne f parcels and then as in The land Bia lino of cook stoves, steel RangeB, Dr. Ballou and Mr. Hughes wero named Seargent, clerk. a whole and the best bid accepted. Other terms Druggist, Stanford, Ky. reatonable and made known on day of tale. as a committee to meet with the oillcera &c, at Ferris & Hordin'a. RICHARD GENTRY. Crab Orchard, No. 1 J. E. Carson, W. and pastor to tty'.to bring about a happy Trustee. 4 Ziiolkr Bhoea of every variety and solution of tho trouble and the retention S. Thompson, judges, J. 0. King, sheriff, T. D. Engl.ah, Auctioneer. Harris, clerk. price at Shanks'. of Mr. Ellis if possible. Oa motion of M. J. No. 2 Thomaa Chappell, S. M. Chan AND Craig & Hockkk hamlle the cheapest Dr. Ballou the resolutions wero adopted dler, judges, Granville Haley, sheriff, D. by a rising vote. A perusal of a num and best line of paints on tho market. clerk. -:- ber of passages of Scripture was urged B. Edmiston, Hustonville, No. 1 T. J. Robinson, SiLVKK manicure articles and up to and calling the attention of the members Ky. O.K. McClure, judgeB, J. P. Goode, date noveltiea at tho leading jeweler's, to the fact that too much talk and tale Bheriff, II. B. Camnltz, clerk. bearing produce strife and confusion. Danks. 3 No. 2- -J. P. Rifle, J. T. Rose, judges, Dr. Ballou moyod an adjournment, which 1895. B. Adams, fit in your Fall Bheriff, and L. If you want a neat was carried. That the congregation is J. D. Burton, Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate DepartDEALER IN- suit, call on Jesse D. Wearen, Merchant overwhelmingly for Mr. Ellis to retain clerk. ments. Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot T. Martin, Mosea Coffey, Study. Tailor. No. 3- -J. tno pastorate ia very manliest and wo Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. JameB Bibb, Bheriff, F. M. Flen-neBest teachers employed, each a specialist in her Fall goods, consisting of nice English unite with them andjtho public general- judgeB, own Department, clerk. worsteds, just received. Call and aee ly in hoping that ,he may see bis way Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of "Waynesburg, No. 1 D. 0. Goocb, M. teachers. " iv M clear to do bo. It ia not a question of them. H. 0. Rupley. For further Information, address R. Curtis, Bheriff, S. Reynolds, judgre, salary, wo learn, that causes the trouble, WILLIAM SHELTON, President. 34 She Withers A Uocker'a line of car but a misunderstanding of each other's W. F. Camden, clerk. pets. They show the largest assortment motives and intentions, which let us No. 3- -J. A. McKee, S. F. Blanken-shi' IrMv. opened in Stanford. judges, J. A, Singleton, aherifl, eftr 44-hope, Broa. Ballou and Hughes will 4 i A hereto'ore I will ttucn during the session of 0. H. Henaloy, clerk. and adjust. The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. flAir. Ricuaiid writeB that he haa still P. Young, our Common School, beginning Sept. a, the higher No. 3- -D. R. Adams, H. branches, Latin, Algebra, etc. The entire proceedings were in oxact m JBvuSTtXa of guesta at Linnletta, iquite a number CHAS. H.HOLMES, judges, J. S. Young, sheriff, J. II. Cash - AGENT FOR THE COLUMBIA STEEL WIND-MILwho will remain until the middle of accord with the wishes of Mr. Ellis' clerk. Palnclpil City School. o it friends, who had planned them. September. OrsRA guards INTERIORJOURNIIL Boys' Fall Ulothing at Shanks'. Danks, tho Jeweler. ( But your toilet articled of Craig Ilocker. MATRIMONIALMATTERS.- - The Noel Planing Mill Co. g, 3 ... ro-pa- irer m m m m m e. p m feXM Spoon-mer- AT THE OLD PRICE. TELEPHONES. Much-Deeded Buy fl SEVERANCE & SON. grand-father- 's n, PUBLIC SALE. s a. e, Saturday, Sept. 7th, I895, first-clas- Bargains In Silverware ST REDUCED PRICES m so-ca- red 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 grand-daughte- r, DANKS, The Jeweler. 11 I PXJBI.XC -- SAX.E. Ijorb-hea- Great Bargain great-gran- d Wil-liam- On Saturday, Sept. '95, 1 "v- first-clai- s One-thir- d r PUBLIC SALE step-daughte- rs I run '95 SmRfv - Wednesday, Sept. ' Rut-sel- first-cla- ss Fencol, HIGGINS & MeKINNEY, SCHOOL BOOKS, 2-- 1 4- BTATINE1MX9 Drugs and Medicines, W. IB. M'ROBBRTS, Farfii M STANFORD College, Female T T - Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. Yard Fence. A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky., -- r, p, XTotioo to Patrons. ox-pla- in vL SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Metal Roofing, Rough, and Dressed Lumber Xiatli, Shingles. Eto, L. "wi'(?iil?M -- frwpwTiy.f"jrWe?-w .TW ',' H Semi-Week- ly Miss Roeo Myers pent Sunday visit inn her brother, Mr. "W, B. Myers. Mr. Fabllabod Every Tuesday and Friday Pet Weianer is home from Big Stonu AT Gap. n $3 PSB Y3CA.lt IN" ADVANC3C Lewis Smith, who was sent to tho not so paid 82.60 will be charged.- penitentiary from here about eeven years ago for 12 years for tho murder of Braf-for- d, K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. was pardoned last week. Trains leave Manford i 7 IJ a m ml 3 p. tn. Tho Whitley County Bible Society arriving at 4:30 p. m. and o'aa p. m. held its nnnual meeting at the Baptist L. &'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. church Sunday evoning. Dr. S. G. Sav J age, of Winchester, was present and ren . 11 7pm Vo. Mi Train going North means SO much more than No, t6. 3 15 a tn uertu Boruo very vainaoie aeeiBiuace. ' South wo. as, you imagine serious and i .11 04 p m The Whltiev County Fair begins . 1 15 p tu No.3, latal diseases result from next Wednesday and will bo tho best QUEEN & CRESCENT. trifling-ailmentj tho county has ever bad. The races are neglected. Train t pais Junction City at follows: all filled, especially the bicycle races. Don t play with Nature s Mo. i South ......ti 48 a m No a North ..3 !(Pm Every body is preparing fur it and the r greatest gift health. " 3 35 P n ......u.isam " 4 " " 5 " .. ..ti 33 am " 6 ...3. IS a in town will be full of visitors. ' 10 840pm ...6.00 a ra 9 If )ou are feeling Messrs. 0. H. Waddle, of Somerset, fur- Notk. N'oj. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run out of sorts, weal: ther than Junction City, nor on Sunday. anu generally ex John H. Wilson, of Barbour ville Judge liausted. nenous .: K. Boyd, of London, and Judge Temple-mahave no appetite mid can't work, of KnoxvDle, are among tho visitbegin at oncetak-lue the most t, ing lawyers attending court. Mrs. strengthening of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. I. L. mediclnc.uliicliiis Uroun's Iron BitGentry and will remain until after the ters. A few cure benefit fair. comes Xrom the Mrs. E. A. Arthur has returned from erv first dose it : if.u' ytur Lawrenceburg where sho has been visitr?7 and It's tteth. ing her father who has beon very eicV. pleasant to take. Several of our citizens attended the London fair last week and reported it as be ing very good. Mr. E. E. Nelson, of lb a Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver placo, won tho bicycle race on the secNeuralgia, Troubles, ond day. Constipation, Bad Blood Circuit court is progressing nicely Nervous ailments f Malaria, William Douglass was sent to the peniWomen's complaints. tentiary for three years for horse eteal-lu- g Get only the genuine it has crossed red and Elbert Smith two years for malines on the wrapper. All others are sub- 1 smuies. un rc :iptoi twosc. stamp we licious cutting. Several misdemeanor will send set of Ten Beautiful World's cases have been tried and a great deal of I Fair Views and book free. Absolutely Puro.1 BROWN CHEMI CAU CO. BALTIMORE. MD. civil business has been disposed of. y A cream of tarter baking pow- Judge Morrow is at work in earnest and der. Highest of all in leavening wants to get through in time to attend strength. Latest United States the encampment. UOUDAIU, I I "i . s Interior Journa WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. "''VVVV -- In Poor Health n I BARKER HOUSE, J, F. BARKER, Proprietor, DR, THE BAST1N HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Traln,nlght and day. Patrons taken to any part ol town r'tee of Charge. Good Livery Attached, Fare cf Hotel $1 00 per A. II 1IAST1N, l'rop. day. it-c- m W. B. PBirirr. Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Psr Day. Remodeled and refurnlshod throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and otlice connected ly Klcctric Dells. 47 Prompt and polite wtvice to guest. Dentist, niLLJO. : Stanford, : Ky. the Posl-Olf- Nashville, Tenn., College forToung Ladies. Office on Msln Street, Opposite Farm For Koat. T For a tet.nof years, The Number Farm near Crab Oichard, Ky., containing ABOUT 400 Rov.lGeo. W. F. Price, D. D., Prcs., Mrs. S. 0. Trucheart, Formerly of Stanford, Ky., Lady PrinACRES OF LAND Acre--, u lh hlJe l f an B'1 TJ T H J7Q ' wi" uV for cash or In liadntor leather on court data at Stanlnrd or at my homt In Ottri nelm Chas Knnslin, Tauner. W. S. Alty at Law. Uurih, M. Newlau-I- , OrputySherlO. more or lets, In Two Hundred and Kilty cultivation. Good Improvements, M god water, K FISH, J S and variety of fruiU,R.c. Crab Orchard, Ky. 4S cipal. Faculty Three Hull dirt tt! room far w !Art1jira ...... -- . ...A uif iw rtfiiviiivsii) t-- -. u... auu (rt,iuici), I tluiiMvUniM m Buroh. cS; ITo-wlscn- entire outh. ...... vnia Privileges Id VnJet bill V Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky We offer our icrvlcta to the public to do a gsn uutes, etc 11 Fine Blue-Gras- s Farm SJXiE. cf Im- rtltium. stcpt, , Km 1895. fpvstnta hend for Cataloguf. Piiirnrrr limine. Accouoli, Trm !irtni tral Collecting parts ol the county. collected in all Bt-j- m m n, Brown's 3TOK ROYAl g W. S. Stanford, BTJTJRCiB:, Over-stree- Iron rella-M- I will tell privately my 1'atin Attornoy at - - Law, Lshorn "STour Cttlo. bot-ti- Bitters 250 Acres of Good and Well proved Land, We I Kentucky. It Cures offer special inducements to effect a sale by the nth ot September, iSj. Said Farm is situated on lhs Danville and Hustonville turnpike road. about two miles from Hiistonvllla. The farm, to be appreciated, should be seen, i'eisons wishing to purchase should call on or address B. II 4 Houie. wu;rr:d. giod house and other d the Farm is in a high stale ol cultivation, together with Stuck, Crop and farming Implements, it desired by the purchaser, and will improve-reents,an- Office On I. meaner Street, opposite the Court Collections receive especial attention. SS SriUNO ANU SUMMER. I will go to any place where there are sis or I do the. work with the tneie cattle to Lightning Dehoruer Can dehorn any cow In three seconds, 'I he knife makes a clean, smooth cut, dots not crush nor break the horn, as the clipper does. It it the only humane way to dehorn Dees not punish 'he animal like the saw, and the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw, Kor furtner icfermatlen, call en O. A. 1'KV ION, btaufsrd, Ky. See the Lightn'ng 1'tuning Hook. let. Something-t- Boautifyjtho Ladies. KING, Morclind, Ky POWDER f Public Salo of LAND, STOCK & CROP. HaMcg determined to go West, I will, on Dallr otnininr. New Hats, flowers and lacesl I am now ready to deliver tee irom the .Stanford We tho assurance 10 the tradnthat they wil Water, Light and Ice Compaay'a Factory find In our establishment the same eieluiiveneis In style of patterns, hits and bonnets and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which e aic At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds known throughout the country. I haie secured a trimmer for the seaAnd over andc a pound for 10 pounds and up son. Thanking you lor past favors, wc respectto too. fully solicit your patronage liercf-fors'l Iitirally Bills due utcf each month M 1) IMmDr.kA K- bestowed. K. 1IUKMEU, Manlerd. KATh UUUUKKAK. Manager. slt ICE I first-cla- sa e Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 108 Wall Stroot, New York. G, Laahso. HUBBLE. It!" John B. CasUeman. ROYAL Insurance Company OV LIVERPOOL. JBARBEE&OASTLEMAK MANAGERS, Oonxnierce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. Portland. tat San Francisco. ..To the., COLLEGE, ter Monday at $1. Mr. Millard and Mies Laviso LipsHustonvillo, Ky. comb left Wednesday for their home in Columbia, Mo. They hnvo had a very A Heme chocl for the higher education ol young ladiei, combining the ii.mtorts ami refining pleasant visit at their ol a.Chrislian Home with thorough in J as. Robinson, atd made many cood im influences in all the elements that enter into the structlon pressions while here. II. C. Walters education ot a cultured Christian woman. The next annual session of this old, well known and Lies been sick for a few days. A. 0. Carman and Mrs. Broaddus popular institution sold some lambs to Prowitt at 3c. G. A. Will Open Monday, Sept, 2, 1895, Swinebroad delivered his hogs a few days ago which he bad been feeding bar- With a full ctrps of instructors In all departments. ley and hfl Bays that corn at 50c a bush- Literary and Scientific, Music, Alt, Normal and Commercial Hoard, tuition and music for el is cheaper feed and pays better than twtn.y Wieki $8j For Catalogue address term ol barley at 40c. Jos. Dunn oold some 47 J PINKEKi ON. President, Huitonville Ky. good feeding hogs to J. C. Eubanks at lie. -1grand-father'- s. W Offers his services the people ol Wot Lin f ull stock of Coffins cola and Caiey Counties and Caskets always on hind. We will alto sell 3 hones O. t Carpenter, Manager. White. 95 fancy harness mare, 7 milk mule, 1 Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public cows and calves, 6 catling steers, a heifers, 3 T. G. Nunnelley spent a day or so Schools of Lincoln county; subject to tho action feeders weighing tbout 1.000 lbs, is or 10 acrra with friends in this community this ul (he Democratic inrty. growing corn, also farming implement!, household and kitchen furniture. week. All were glad to sou Tom. cash in hand Tkmms Land will be sold and balance In one and too years .ith interest at Win, Sutton sold his old corn to Proprietors of. per cent. Personal property, 5s and under cash 5 Tom Alexander, of Danville, at 52 25. in hand o cr that amount a credit with good note without interest. until Jan. t, Eubunks Bros, sold 4S ewes in Lancasichool-houi- Misses Patteraou and Logan, of lieu-r- y county, are visiting Mies Mattie Sell to the hizheit and belt bi drt our home of gocd, land containing Superintendent of Schools of Acroa, well watered, good orchard and about 03 all necesLincoln county, su'jje-c- t to the nuton of the De- sary outbuildings, on good pike uc miles tram mocracy. November election, i!y5 btaufoid, i mile from lurnersville, I mile from Is a candidate for e JA3IKS F. SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1895 J. T. STJTTOIT, : : TO THIS LADIES 1 UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mr Millinery Sis is I il sa I onplete. Call and eiamine and yen will l sure to buy a ne Spring Hat. MISSLICCIK BCAZLEV, SUnferd, Ky W. S. IXURCH, R. R. depot and church and sS miles 1 Iroin C. S. seven-year-o- ld A. S. PlttCC, Dentist, Surgeon -- CENTRAL ene-ha- G. GHilSTffl II. T Bush, Auctioneer ', B. COOPER, Stanford, .... STANKOUD, KV. t"M-in- Ky. Store In the Owsley OfHce over McRoberts' Dru .M .. aCU I. furncrsville, Ky. I: UUUl'll, Livery axtd Feed Stable, THE F. I Ky. Indiana R'y, Cincinnati and Franlcfort Shortest and qulcVeit between Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU June a, i89s! No. 1. No. j. No 7. TKA1NS EAST. a. m. p. ns. p. m. 1 00 Lve Kranklort A 400 700 " EILhorn so 4 u 711 S 1 " Stamping u round 7 aJ 430 1 Having bought of V W. Green hit Llcrv and addej new bugjies and horses, we are prepared to furnish 1 RILEY B. HOUSE Kentucky. RILEY, I'roprlotor, Only Oitcct Between FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS London, - - - Frankfort, Qoorsotown and Paris, Oarlialo, Maysvlllo, Oyntblana, Falmouth and Oovinfftou. On short notice. The travrling us always ready and willing to mers' U aeons, cither single or age, of a Kinds at very LOW boys In and around town will also find 111 the people to deal with. Stop with us wbenm town at courts arid entertainments and your horse and vehicle will bt well cared for. S; Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. have moved to my new Hotel aad ara b.ttsi public will fiid lurnlth Drum- ficrar.dtnan.verto accommodate the public, Lhery attached, aad every conveawic. dt. double, or CarriPKICLS. the Hr.it. Uivcta. a call. " fKANlt KILXY, Jt'N. G.B. COOPER JOITSS BEOS,, P.5.' Ps?p,c," .D,n' '!.", MANaota. NOBT1WEST nCtfta MUSICAL NOTATION'S. COLLEGE HOME. Arr. C. S, Depot ' Paris. .....C " GeorgetownIl... 7 47 75s Sjo 4 4 ffilSlfiMf ?i)rtct;ISVjlU,HtwABAI(r CKIM60 fil7(- 'Only Dining Car Route From xoxxisirxx.x.1: TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Veitlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. Tor maps or any information, address E. H. BACON, rttANK J. REID, I G. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville. I" He SURE to call for - Denver. 1 MO.NO.N" St. Paul. Route, R. R. Noel & Son, Succeiscrs to J. B. Hlggins, Dealers in Ml Cash. Klinds of Coal. Stanford, Kv. HIg-din- Liszt was driven to tho piano every TRAINS WEST. No. 1. No. 4. No. to. No. 8. Crab Orchard, Ky. p. n. a. tn. a. tn, p. m. day. For over fifteen years hla dally Lve Paris .... C .94s 600 440 practice covered ten to tueivo hours. 6 41 S. Depot .. 10 17 C. 6 40 " Georgetown II 10 40 6 as 3 J5 Mr. Cowen composed tho music to Select, Private, High Grade, Thor" Stamp'g Gro'd 10 8 70J 7 aS "Tho Bettor Land" for Mmo. Antoia 16 " Klkhorn 11 7 7 JJ ough, Practical, Progressive. Arr trankfm A. . 1130 nette Sterling whilo flying through tho 815 735 country at about forty miles an hour. Will enter upon the second year's SUNDAY TRAINS. Miss Eliza Weslkv, a grandnieco Leave Georgetown to 3$ a. tn; arrive Frankfort work Sept. 2, and will close of John Wesley, founder of Meth11 to a. m. May 30, 1S96. leave Frankfort 00 p. m. arrlvo Georgetown odism, died recently in London at the 1 30 p. tn ago of seventy-six- . Iler father, SamThe Kentucky Midland For terms of admission apply to tioni form the shortest and Railway and to all rout uel Wesley, wns the composer of tho points South, Hast, North and West, oratorio of "Ruth." For further Information apply to their agents. C. D. BF.KCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. Dr. J no. S. Stapp, Prcs. As amateur violinist in Golden Ridge, GKO. B. HARPER, Ilec'r & Gen. Sup Me., made a fiddle out of wood that had Crab Orchard, Ky. 45 Frankfcrt.Ky . been at tho bottom of n pond for many years. He saws music out of it for several hours every day, and now his I neighbors wish both fiddle and performer were at tho bottom of the pond. It is said thut tho lato Hans Von Bulow left directions that a examination of his brain should I am representing the North-westerMutual Life Insurance Co. in bo made to ascertain tho causo of tho loan department and am ready to make loans in this and adjoinexcruciating headache from which ho the was a sufferer. Tho autopsy ing counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. For full inrevealed tho fact that tho end of tho formation and application, apply to nerves had becomo embedded In a scar of an Injury to tho brain that ho had Hi. received In childhood. 4 connec-cheapest as 47 34 a 5 Th.o Myers House, IV.W. GREEN. Proprietor Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. ,,UeV Ulaaood Roo M..n.V.Ii',.lm,,tifu;m,n,d pAln'Ing Wood. Roofs', hallsfaclion Guaranteed All roof, painted with Dean's Black DumoVd Paint guaranteed for years Dealers In best n Pumpi and Qalvanul Iron Miters, 3 400 Stanford, i : : : Kentucky. '" els-er- m n I am still running this Hotel aad will continue to give my guests the politest atlsn as well as tho best the market aUurds. Special Attention' to tho Traveling Public. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or.STANrORD, KV. D. S. CARPENTER, Capital Stock Surplus .1. . llui-tonvll- le. m ...a Hustonvillo, Ky., Has more nice Kurnitura than was ever in More prvtty Buggies, Surreys and Phaetons, Moie cood Cultivators, Wagons, Plows and more nice Harness, Bridles, Whips and mora Binder Twine than was ever seen here. He invites the public to call and see hla stock and get prices. Oder Mills and Cane Mills. M. S. IlAVCHMiN 3200,000 - 23,700 "? Money, post-morte- TO Money, Money XjOA.3sT. n J. V. ltAt'CIIMAN, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- reoraiKTOKs- life-lon- g JOSRT SSKiBY, Insurance Agont. THK HLUE-GKAS- LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE. Stanford, fint-cla- is WELL WORTH TmtEE A GLANCE. is es- S HERD OK Kentucky. We will continue the coal business at Mr. old stand and will have on hand at all times the very' best coal whicn we will deliver promptly. will sell strictly for cash and will make It to We the interest of the people ol this section to pay 37 NORFOLK AND timated, arc dally performed throughout tho world. Persons born In spring arc said to have a more robust constitution than thoso born at other seasons. Tux black ostrich Is seven feet high. and easily carries a man on its back, with a speed equal almost to that of a horse. thousand marriages, it Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Stock. Pigs for sale from the best types of Regiitere Breeders secured .rom tno best herds In several different Stales. Correspondence Solicited II you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See ua for rates. In our .1 ui0n ?f lh! Puyie ' invited to the fac ,h ou " Bank Stanford Under ihe provisions of th. National in Bank are secured not only by th. stock, but br the stockholders liability aa ,h depositors ol ,'?.0I,n.,.T.qu.' l0 the ,,ock' are secured by a fund rive sworn statement, of thecondition of th. bank 'nadtcachy..,t(,,he United went and lis assets are e.amined State, at stated limes by government agents, thus securing additiioaa safety to depositors. .'ni?Ut!?t,?0I. orlJtB"r established as the Deposit of Stanford luiSjs. then lied aa the National Bank ol Stanford in iMj and again as Ihe First National Bank Sunlord in lis., has had practically an uninter-rupte-ol d eai.tenceof i, year. It is supplied ly and liberally than evw before in its and honorable career. Accounts of corporations? fiduciary., firms and Individual. re.pVctfuIIy solic- Th Directory ol this Bank is composed el Forcstus Held, Lincoln count) , S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; N'"1 ifW drfect S, HARNESS SHOP Bri dles, baddies, Ac Have your repairing done by our man, he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our You will And a cood assortment of Harness. II, Baughuian,I.inelu; J. S. Hocker, Stanford ; W. A.Trlbble, Staaford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. I HID, aianford; ' K. L. Tanner.'.McKinney; - BLAOKSMITHSHOP. p'ict Will guarantee Try our hor first-cla- j. WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS CHIP, 1H P1AMA, work and', satisfactory shoer. Vernon.Ky 8. Hocker, rresld,;-'Jjo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A.A.McKinoy, Asst. Cashier. """. Kanhas apple orchards havo mado clear profit during tho last ten year for one fruit farmer In that center $100,000 of calamity. St. Asaph Carriage Co., Wallace STANFORD, KENTUCKY, 32. ALL POINTS: SOLD TO ILL1H01S, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, MEBRASK, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, H0MH-WE3T, SOUTH-WESI 'ES WEST, negro of St Louis, will head n colony of colored people which will take up Brazilian lands. Squirrels havo become a pest in tho statu of Washington-- , and tho farmers complain that vurious kinds of vegetation are Injured by their repaclty. Dunixo the twclvo years tho Brooklyn bridgo has been open to the public it lias been crossed by about 800,000,000 people on an averago of 80,000,000 a year. Tho total earnings from traflio have been more thun 111,000,000. MENTIONED WITHOUT NAMES. An eccentric Germun Is touring through California barefooted. Ho claims that ho has not worn shoes in ten yearo. A Matthew Lancabteh, a Attorney at Law, Vamon, Assign-- c s, Farmers Rank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - Co well-educate- d MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. Stanford, - - Kentucky. Will act as Eiccutor,Adrainistrator and OF STANFORD, KY., Isncwrully organlied'and ready for business wllk - $200,000. ao.OOO. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairin done in first class style. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. MR. E. E. KIIILEY. ES EXPERIENCED FMKTER. Has charge of our Painting Department. -H- Specisl attention 'given to Settlements of as Attorney and Sale and Division of SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL a ants' Lianas. BANK OK STANFORD, Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. P. McCla Now closing up) with the same asseu and undsi go y's office. the same management. fly provisions or its charter, depositors are at fully protected a. aie depositors In National Banks, iu shareholder, being held Individual .IK VOU AKK GOING., Uaole.totheeaientofth. amount of their .toe therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. U may actia or WORTHTHE. WEST. . ."adividual.n"ni,tra,0r' ,n",M' C'. M FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEST ROUTE TO THE Giveusa trill. touno woman of Gorki, Mo., who 'OUMAH is only twenty years old, la eight feet SLEEPING AND DINING CARS two Inches tall and weighs 250 pounds. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE The Sallna (Kan.) girl who teleVQRFOLKPSTERN RAILROAt graphed invitations to aher wedding knows what to do with bird in tho CHCAPCST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. hand when she gets him. DescrlpUl A woman-hateWrite for Rates. Mans. an old bachelor of fcmphlets, to any Station Agent, or to Vienna, who recently died there, diM. F. BHAOC, ALLCN HULL, W. d. PCVILU kairattfitrrict. Dl. I'SM.s.r l,t. ImtUnruki rected heirs to buy a vacant grave on f-'iiieach side of his, so that even In death 04aoi.T aujsoE,rA. mo woman could bo placed near him. VESTIBUIED COACHES, Time-Table- NORTH AND EAST. .4.RUPLEY,- 4?rt4 Louisville 4 Nabhvilic fl. B. To those who entrusted their bui.ineii to Lineoln Bank o" Sunlord, we we here tender ourNationallhanka and many e0D,inU' t0 lion .1' same, our twenty y.ar.' prompt ianerienca banking and as liberal a. are 2oa! sistent with sound banking. 0"erlnte.for Itut. J J. If lb line for you, as its Willlsmi, Mt. V.rnoa; . II. Shanks, fctanford; Doable Dally Trains connections Maks'cloie at Is Receiving His LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUOH Tor any information acquire cf J. S. Owsley, Slanlord; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. E. Ows.cy, Sunfcrd; J. F Cash, Stanford; WlKUm Ocoth, s, r, SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. A. W. Cirpenter, Mlllcc'arsvil!, SUnlord; :J0ES.IUC2.Aint, a.o. SUnfcrd, Kyj 5. H. Shanks, rra.ldent, Or. J.'B.OwaJer.Ca.hl.r, W, M.lt,ght,T.r. iXttdLit&iiiM VWALiM&MJruJbs LA. lif timr fca'ft II, rAs, .a, mJ&, iV.' lb. 'lLftLi iASJL. i