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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895090301 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. r v.-- j'i UmAwHmim .a...wiingmtafttoiftwiM4if ii, mmii.ss Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. CHURCHAFFAIRS. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1895. KIDD'S STORE. NO. 53 i" St. Peter's, Ilomu, can accommodate I Died at her homo a few miles ot 51,000 worahlpurB and St. 1'itul'a, Lon- I Lancaster, Mrs. SnMn Henry. don, 32,000. Tho jury in Nunn'a trial failed to Tho Cincinnati M. E. conference agreo upon a verdict nftor being out 21 voted unaiiiniouBly in favor of ndmitting hours, Several wore for hanging. women as tloleates to tho general con- ! There waa a hop or daneo at W. A. ference. Hiatt's one night last week in honor ol at MiaaesTurloy, Adama and Walker. Hev. 8. M. I.ocnn'a m?otiii ik'urdo, Harrison county, had resulted Little Johniiio Turnor, tho son of in five additionf) toSaturdny. It will bo Mr. T. B Turner, was thrown from a continued by Hev. J. 11. llcppur. horeo on Thursday and kinked, but not Tho meeting at Unaheti ronductcd flerlouoly. by Elda. W. L. Williams and .!. G. LivMiss Dovo Harris entertained Tues ingston closed Sunday with '27 additimiH day evening at her homo on Richmond and h gennral awakening of the mem street in honor of Mtoa Ethyl Renzloy, of bera. 'Stanford, and Miss Kate Craig, of LouisHev. Edward 1). Ledyard, paBtor of iana. the Second Presbyterian church of Dan- Mrs L. F. Hubble entertained Borne fille, ia dead. He waa taken aick aWortly friends at tea last Tueaday uveninar; n Uter coining to Danville from bteuben-vllle- , tempting repast was spread and the reO., last Spring, and grewgrad. mainder of the evening waaspent in con-vivually woreo. intercourse. The Salvation Army haa now reachLittle Mlsa Laura Bright Doty gave ed ita 2,000th commanding otlicer and a doll party last week to a number of her tho enrolment of ita 5,000th auxiliary, friends. The little girls seemed especwith an attendance of upward of a mil- ially happy with their dolls ail arrayed lion per month, or nearly 10,000,000 at In their finest clothes. Ita meetings per annum. Mrs. Mary Cunningham ia bavins William Haywood, of Athena, Ga., the foundation laid for a new two-storwho waa struck dumb whllo cursing frame dwelling. The Bito will be upon God and religion, haa recovered bin pow a portion of the lot adjoining her presor of speech. He prayed for forgiveness ent residence upon Depot street. two whole daya when he Btiddenly arose John Weatloy Kist bought a horse of and begun to apeak, hla first words be Win. Browning at &lo. R. L. Burton ing n confession of religion. He aayp he sold n nice harness hnr Afci Jewell will now preach the goapol he blas- for $100. The Gentry Broa. bought of J. M. Stunders a good saddle horse for?100. phemed. Rev. S. M. Logan returned Saturday Miks Lula M. But bo n leaves for Greensboro, N. 0., to again asfrom Beards where ho haa been holding a two weeka' meeting, and filled his pul sume control of the music department of The one of the leading colleges in that place. pit aa usual on Sunday morning. sweetness Biid solemnity of the service This ie the third term she has held the weio greatly enhanced by a lovely solo poaltion. Mr. J. 8. Johnson, of Murksburg, by Mr. J. V. Logan, Jr., his younger brother, Tho old hymn, "One sweetly threshed IfiOhuahrls of clover seed from Carey 05 acres of land after grazing 55 acres of solemn thought," by Plm-bseemed fraught with deeper meaning, it and cutting a good crop of hay from brought out by hla barytone voice, tho other 10 acres realizing $1,000 for this and the whole congregation wero atten- amount of labor. It seems sb if farming tive listeners to the unusual treat in ma-si- continues to pay if much industry ia put X upon it, noth withstanding many think i al y j i i W. J. Bohon and family, of Danville' were visiting relatives at this town last week. The democrats hern prefer a coon- skin and twist tobacco currency under Wat Hardin's administration to a gold, silver or bimetallic currency uuder William O. John Allen, of our Strlnutown suburb, the best president of a free mud road in the world, got in last week with two car loads of feeders, the pick of tho two counties. Preston Turpin, a native of these clnptic snobs and woods, has resolved to HUppresa the inordinate love of birth place, ao pronounced in tia pennyroyal products, and (MRt his lot witli tho Eo'P tiaiiB of aesthetic The democrats of this neck have nl been keeping tab on the joint discussions of Wat and Billy O. and are not a bitl surprised that the republican hippodro-mhaa bdan forced to hollow, "Oh! enough!"" and "qult"-- aa Molly McCarty of tho 3d mile ilid nu the in 7G. The Liberty fair waa o howiiug success aud only those who liaJ a tip on the wrong horse in scrub race revert to the occasion with regrets. "Polk Budget" whh there in a new disguise. The managers never had a doubt of a sure thing and kindly (?) let a favored fow in on tho ground thor. It was their nmo to lot the favorite win the firrtt heat, which would greatly augment the crop of auck-e- ra The favored (?) cltnnrod for bets placed on "Bridget" after trie first money without diilkulty and all their the favorite c.im in under tiio string ticket h:iv first in a walk. A niund-tried many from a walk home. " er hotno-stretc- tn-a- t, p c. OF A LOCAL poet-offic- NATURE. e Jus been Tho Danville $100 additional for clerk's hire. A new oil well haa been discovered on leaver creek, near Moutlcello, which produces 50 barrela dally. John and Charles Phelps wero killed and Irvine Fletcher waa fatally scalded by tho explosion of tho boiler at Walter Elrod's saw mill In I'ulaakl counThe Somerset fair, which begins today will, as usual, draw u large crowd from Stanford. Notwithstanding tho gives more liberal premiums than usual it haa cut tho admission fee to 25 cents. Warren Larue Thomas, of Mays-vlllwaa elected Grand Master of the Knlghta Templar by the Triennial conclave at Boston. Pittsburg waa chosen aa the place for the next conclave. Randall Lltaey, of Harrodaburg, soeuja destined to break into the penitentiary for forging namea to bogua ped igrees of Jeraoy cittlo. Tnere are 13cases ngaltiat him. He waived examination and waa held in f 2.000 bail. Mr. F. M. Lutes, of Van Alatyne, Texaa, writes In remitting for his for another year, that tha Intbh-io- n JounsAL ia la great demand atnorR tho Kentuckiana there who come to hie etoro to read it. Our friend will confer a favor by not lending it, but suggesting thnt for i'2 they can get 101 copies n year. e, aub-cripti- on ty. i Is Kentucky a Doubtful Slate? Tho peculiar political condltiona that exist in Kentucky have led many people to bollove that the Statu ia a doubtfnl onoand that tho republicans huve a chance to carry it this fall. For this reason there is great interest both at homo and abroad, in accurate and reliable political news from all parts of tho State. Tho Weekly Courier Journal ia now covering thla Hold perfectly and it is publishing tho news without biaa or prejudice A clo3e reader of the "Weekly Courier Journal Bhould bo ablo to forecast In advance what will bo tho outcome of tho Stato election next November. In addition to giving all the political nows and alljtho news of every kind, tho Weekly Courier Journal ia offering to its subscribers 0,000 in cash presents for guesses aa to tho exact voto and closest to the exact voto that will be received by tho democratic, republican and populist candidates for governor of Kentucky. Tho price of tho paper Ib only $1 a year. Samplejcopiea containing full details of the cash present plan Write will be sent freo to any address. to Courier Journal Company, Louisvlllo, Ky. J. W. Leap was struck by lightning and killed in Henry county. - make " rood all ur remeaiiiinjj Klng'sies have reached a pheuomenal cousump. tale Drhaand- New Hucouery, lor Cold., each bottle cuarameed-i&cri- c Tttmtiv for lW.rSto- the fi..ltn' Arnica Salva. tho ach a. nHllittflrtVS. "Z- J . a an ifibb ' w iiriu. and Dr. Klnc'a New Life PilU, AH these remedies are -" for the r 'i JK what' U and thJaler whose name is auacncuSold at A ot them. glad to tell you mora R.rcnnT' Drug Store. Four Blfr SucceaBoa. IUvlntheadve ed merit t more than cii" - &., .... w- nwiui pnascd Pennsylvania nu iron producers. Tin: aqua marine, u variety of beryl, bus been discovered in North Carolina. to the contrary. , Ai.momt every variety of corundum Dr. J. L. McKeo will begin a pro hus been discovered in North Carolina. tracted meeting at tho Presbyterian Lc.vd deposits of almost illimitablo church next Sunday. 'Hie following extent are found in Missouri and Kan-hagentlemen have been Huieced to act as ushers during the series of meetings: Bnow.v crocldolitc, known ns "tlpcr-030,- " Mr. U. II. Kinnaird, Dr. II. M. Grant; exista in lnrjro quantities in ColMessrs. Horace Herndon, Robert Henry, orado. DiAiio.VDfl liavo been found In North Rindolph Harris and Charles Harper. Virginia, California and Mra. F. L. Austin, whoso artistic Carolina, long Alaska. in exquisite needle-wor- k skill have Tins country produced In 1S91 8,022,-70- 2 ago won her quite a repretation, recentbarrels of cement, valued at ly sold a lace handkerchief, a very fine piece of work, of hers, to a party in St. Diamonds have been found in fifteen Louis for $75. Together with a number or twenty different localities in Caliof premiums she has won at several fornia. fairs she has realized $100 for thla handThe only quicksilver mines of consequence In this country are located in kerchief. The party given Friday night by the California. young mnn of the "Junior Social Club" OFFICIALS. was a pronounced success, notwithstandJohn Hancock's pravo ia at last to ing the clouds were very lowering about the time the guests began to assemble. be marked with a suitable monument. Peck, of Wisconsin, is to go Capt. Herndon's large and inviting lawn on the lecture platform in tho falL waa brilliantly illuminated with JapanThe family of tho lato James F. Wilese lanterns and the crowd was mostly son Intimate that they will probably entertained out of doors, the tables be- donate tho senator's historical papers ing set there and guesta served to refresh- and collections to tho Iowa Stato Historical society. ments in the open air. The young Hon. J. W. HrtADnuuv, formerly all bedecked in party costumes flitUnited States senator from Maine, celting hither and thither with their galebrated his 031 birthday a few days lant beaux presented an enchantiLg ng'o nt Augusta. Ho was born at sight to beholders. in 16W, and wns elected to tho Miss Pattio Beazley haa returned United States senato in 1843, serving1 from a protracted visit to friends in bix years. Georgetown and Jessaminocoun-ty- . "Oath" bays that Secretary Brown0 Dr. W. S. Elkin, of Atlanta, haa ing onco told him that ho paid out from his own pocket to maintain joined his wife here and will make his appearances whllo he wns a cabinet ofmother, Mrs. Mary Elkin, a visit before ficer. And this was in Lincoln's time, his return home. Mr. G. T. IIigin-bothn- beforo tho era of extravagance In ofof Lexington, waa visiting his ficial life in Washington. brother, Mr. John M. Higgiubothum,last HUNTING AND FISHING. week. Misses Nannie Sweeney and Robinson left Saturday to visit their A sai.mo.y weighing thirty-seveand aunt, Mra. O. M. Richardson, at Somer- one-hapounds was caught near Banset. Misses Marie and Jennie Warren, gor, Me., recently. A splendid black eagle, measuring of Stanford, are visiting their aunt, Miss Jennie Duncan. Miss Debbie Batson lef bIx feet uino inches from tip to tip of Sunday aftetnoon for New Boston, Va Its wings, was killod near Hodge villo, Ky., a few days ago. where she has a position as music teachA hattlesnake flvo feet long and er in tho school. Misses Alice Fox having fourteen rattles was killed on Ypung and Carrie Woods both leave this Mount Washington, in tho Bcrkshiro week to enter the Coneervatory of Music hills, tho other week. Tho man who at Cincinnati. Misa Kate Craig has re- killed it claims ho haa killed twenty-sb- c turned to hor home at Now Liberia, La. other rattlesnakes In that vicinity reF. D. Gaines and wife, of Danville, are cently. A woman angler, Mlsa E. T. Crosby, guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Currey. trout, averaging caught thirty-onMrs. J. O. Hemphill and little daughter of a pound each, In are visiting friends in Nicholasville and thlrtj' minutes at Rangeloy Lake, Mo., Lexington. Miss Bessie Brewer, of Leb- a fow days ago. Sho is noted in that anon, has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. region for her skill with tho rod, having T. Layton. Miss Lena Newman, of earned tho soubriquet of "Fly Rod" by Louisville, Is visiting her cousin, Misa her achievements. Johnetta Armstrong. One firm alone ha plaeed an order for 35.000 bicycles at tho Miami, O., cyLate Hours. The worst that can be- cle. Co., a fall a boy Is to have the liberty to stay A Million Frlendd. out lato at night. This is too often a faA friend in need Ii a friend indeed, and not lo tal privilege, because it la mostly during than one million have found just luch a friend in Ur. Kings New the hours of night that all the mischief Cought and Caldi. Utacovcry lor Uonjumpticm, If you have never used this you Medicine, one trial Ib planned and executed. Tho boys who Krcat Coughwonderfal curative will convince di powers in all that it t of the public eateiol the Throat, Chnst and Lungs. Each hot. are permitted tho freedom or mon tie is streets at all hours of the night are tho eywillguaranteed to do all that Is claimed at A. be refunded. Trial bottles free drugstore. Largo bottles 50c and $1. boys who fill our penitentiaries and workhouses, and bring sorrow upon their BucUlin's Arnica Salvo relatives Hnd friends. All parents Bhould The hett salve in the world for cuts, bru'ies. koep their boya oil tho street and at sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- nanus, cnuuiaini. corns ana iu in eruptions, home of nights. positively cures piles, or no pay required. It ia s. Ex-Gola-di- es Par-sonlle- ld Lex-iugton, THE U. Sj Is 1S00 tho United States produced of the world's steel. over Oun copper production ia more than h that of ull other countries. Both Alabama and Michigan have MINERALS one-thir- d IN two-flfth- f50,-00- UpI-ti- e n lf e three-quarte- rs m The Liberty Fair and Other Affairs. Last week was probably tho liveliest tho kooJ, quiet town of Liberty ever experienced. It was fair week and the capital of "tho State of Caaey" had on her isayeat garb. People wero there from North, South, E4.U and Wett and her hospitable citizens entertained them in royal stylo. The belles and beaux of several counties were also there and it waa necessary to have parties, hops and tho like for their pleasure aud of court-they had them. The fair was a decided success in every way except financially. The premiums brought a splendid lot of horses from a half dozau counties aud it took n mighty good horse to wear the "alick tie." While the crowda were good each day, that of Thursday was the larg eat. over 3,000 ticketa being aold. Splendid order was preserved and everything passed oil like clock work. The trots wero interesting each day. Tho Casey county trot Friday waa won in straight heats by J. H. Allen & Bro's Sentinel, with Charley Bowman's Grady Wilkea second and Hamp May's third. The beat time waa 2:28J, which considering the track, waa good. The 2:10 trot on Ttiuraday waa won by n green mare owned by H. H. McAninch. Tho bicycle race on Thursday was one of the big drawing cards. There wero seven starters and James McWhorter, of Casey, was a big favorite. It wasn't h dty for favorites, however, and Mi. MuW. could do no better than come third. Messrs. Noonan and Caseell, of iiurgin, were first and second. The distance of jlye miles was covered in 13 minutes. d Aa Ubual Lincoln county was the show of stock. Messrs. ia J. K. Baughman, J. W. Allen, W. L. Evans, W. S. Drye, E. P. Carpenter, S. M. Owens, E. B. Kennedy and F. B. Twid-we- ll hnd horses there and each of them brought away one or more premiums, Messrs. Carpenter aud Evans being particularly successful. The babj show waa last on the program and tho mothers and others interested became rather impatient before it waa reached. There were five entries, and five little beautiea they were. Tho judges took at least a half hour to decide and finally gave the premium to the little child of Mr. and Mra. Thomas Rynear-so- n, and the certificate to Mr, and Mrs. W. II. Wilkinson's little son. There was some dissatisfaction, of course, nnd then were those who thought the premiums Bhould have been reversed. Both were beautiful children though and as good a judge of children as the writer tbinkB he is, would have had somo troublo in placing the strings. The fancy turnout ring had four entries and all of thera were creditable onea. Doc Drye, who drove J. W. Allen's turnout, won bonds down with Virgil Coleman, of Middleburg, second. Ed White, of thia county, had a fine horse and buggy, but did not have enough rib bona to win. A Caaoy county man waa hoard to remark that Lincoln county waa almost as well represented at the fair as Casey was. Stanford peoplo were there by tho score, whilo the West End Bent down an ' delegation. The Commercial Bank of Liberty is nnder good headway and the officers and directors of it are sanguine of success On the morning of the sixth after its 0 opening the deposits amounted to and tho loans to over f 3,000. There U a big demaud for money and Cashier G. A. Prewitt thinks ho can place safely every cent the bank can spare. One of the depositors brought in $2,000 in gold the other day that ho had been keeping In his safe for several years. Mr. J. W Whlpp, whose safe was opened and f 900 in cash taken from it a fow weeks ago, thinks he haa a clue to tho guilty party and will sparo neither time nor means in his effort to bring him to justice. Before the bank waa started at Liberty a great deal of money was kept in the various safes in town and it is said that frequently the one bolonging to R. T. Pierce would contain such large auma as f 10,000, $15,000 and $20,000. Like Lincoln county Casey has a fine orn crop. Other crops are also good and tho peoplo are feeling good over the prospects. The democrats are in fine spirits and are satisfied that they will he a winner this year both in the Stato and legislative races. Mr. T. J. Baldock, the democratic nominee, will carry Casey by 250 and Russell by a good majority and unless things take a wonderful turn good old Bro. Grider, who wants to go to the legislature, will be wondering "where he ia at" and ought to feel like kicking himself all over for trying to swap tho pulpit for a Beat in tho general assembly. E. O.W. lib-oral Sul-mar- Stanford Male Academy, A lull Preparatory Courtfl lor College Is furnished: also branches essential Miss Mattle L Paxton will again (ill the poiltion Education CUPELS SEPT. F.J. DUFFY, Principal, 3E;XD, to a Thorough English 1895. or Aimttant. Paris Classical Institute OPENS SEPTEMBER Science, 9TH. Special attention to Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, Iklles-Lettre- s and Music. Send for a Catalogue. MRS. M. W. BERRV, Principal. Educate Your Daughters. Full course in Literary Department. Five Months with Board, &c, for SS5, $90, $gs, according to grade. J. M. HUBBARD, Pkesident, Howard Female College, Gallatin, Tennessee. IT TAKES A- - i i IiOQd, Bold Wee! repre-eautc- To command attention in times like this. So we come crying with a loud voice to all the people. Come and see the first arrivals of beautiful fall and winter goods in Dress Goods and Gents' and Youth's Clothing, and while the cry has been continually "up, up" on all lines of goods, we can truly say we will sell every line at the old prices, and any light weight or summer goods at Almost Your Own Price I Come and see our new stuff. Our Shoe stock was bought before the great advance and we are in position to make it profitable for you to trade with us. Come and try it. HUGHES & TATE. W. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hocker. CRAIG STLrFORX, & HOCKER, DRTJG G- ISTS, - - - - KENTXJCKV9 We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet Articles), Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Druggists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your prescriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line 6yL. H. Bellebaum, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. of Spectacles. ao ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, And The 115,-00- BEST IN THE COUNTRV. FARRIS & HARDIN I You are invifed to call and see them. LOOK HERE , Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line of Buggies and Surreys. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. B. K. WJBAHEET. PIANOS and ORGANS. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and on easy monthly payments, orjany other terms to suit the purchaser I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line of goods as can be found any where in the land. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. 6? Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue teaching as before. Address In a certain grave yard was erected best. a stone to tho memory of a sister aa follows: "Sarah Hackett. Lord, she was thine." Some wag who knew tho lady thought sho would hotter be described by chipping oil the e of the last word and now the inscription reads "Sarah Hackett. .Lord, sue was turn. ha-- -- a Mrs. Laura Howe, of Birmingham', t satisfaction money Defender won the yacht race from' guaranteedjo give pertectper box. Fororsale by Ala., is under arrest for beating her refunded.. Pnco as cents step-eoto death. the Vigilant. A.K. Penny, Stadfbrd, Ky. throe-year-ol- d P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. w '7"75 "?'",' . i IB ' it Mississippi claims to have solved thn that cold Sunday morning in January convict problem. The State bought a when my ministry began with you. 10,000acre farm and cultivated it with Since that time many of tho noble band convict labor at a not profit of $50,000. havo crossed tho river and aro resting EVER OFFERED CAN BE HAD AT THE Stanford, Ky September 3, 1985 A Loxington dispatch says that Col. under tho shade of the trees, among the stump for white'rohed that now behold their risen Breckinridge will take the Hardin and tho democratic ticket and Lord in glory. Among them him who VV. P. WALTON. mako tho wolkin ring with his elo- was for seven years your beloved pastor, John Bell Gibson, who fell upon tho batquence. ro Mrs. Henry Mooro, a farmer's wife, tle field and whose voice is sllont Gon. Hardin Tni joint debates between day when it shall until that of Fleming, gavo birth to triplets, a boy and Col. Bradley nro off and tbo republiand two girls. The combined weight break forth in glad hallelujahs around is Dennis. can candidate's nauio being 24 pounds. All aro healthy young the Throne of God. Others too have of some disorder when he began presed oyer, among them Sister Kathasters. to speak at Eminence, the extent of rine A. Baughm.in, Mrs. Alice Bauuh- Three children in Missouri wore It is rather early for Fall Goods, still we have so .many new and which is variously estimated, by most bitten by a rattlesnake. While tho man, .Mrs. Mollie Hooker, Miss Mary pretty things that we can't hcly talking about some of them. Besides people, however, that there was no more mother was rushing to their assistance Ohrlsman, S. W. Givens, J. L. Dawson than is usual at open air meetings, Col. a fourth child foil into a well and was and many moro whom I recall, too nu- we never let others get ahead of us in showing the Bradley declined after several attempts merous to mention, from the infants to drowned. to proceed and gathering up his papers LI Hung Chang, chancellor of the to the aged. left the stand, after saying he wishGone to that eternal hoiiK-- , whom Chinese Empire, is tho richest man in ed he had the voice to tell the being valued at sooner or later, we shall all stand in tho world, his estate crowd how Rreat was his contempt for Tiik decoration of buildings in Louis- 1500,000,000. John D. Rockfeller, of judgment. These are amoung tho closCol. Bradley realy felt that it was ville It. If has already begun for the G. A. R. this country, comes next with $180,000,- - est ties that bind us together: The chairs a prearranged attempt to prevent him encampment next week. The Columbia at vour fireside, tho couches in ynureick 000. from speaking, he had excuse for his acbuilding will bo decorated at a cost of 0 The price of Southern pig iron has chamber, and even the coffin lid that Our fall and winter dress goods arc in and arc now on sale. It emtion, though many who were present Bay has borne away your precious dead. and the Courier-Journwill have it was an exhibition of petulance.of which GOO colored electric lights arranged in a been advanced to $10 25 a ton enableing Theso sacred ties with their clinging braces New Wrapper Goods, New Capes, New Outings, New Cloaks, tho Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad New Flannellc ttc, New Underwear, a public Bpeaker should not be guilty, G. tendrills will linger about my heart till A. R. badge design over the statue of cutting off of the rest of the de- Georgo D. Prentice, whose pen did Buch Company to graut its miners an S per God shall call roe hence. but the cent, increase of wages, a total of 21 per bates, by the republican committee, be- valiant service for Ab to what I have preached you know the Union. Other cent, since Juno 1. fore whom the colonel went and laid his buildings will be liberally decorated and "I havo not shunned to declare the Mrs. Jako Boneberger, of Hender grievance, is entirely untenable. Grant- many private houses also. The lino of son, sued Beveral saloons for $1,000 each whole counsel of God." I have con ing that the Henry county audience did march has been arranged and the diswhisky after she demned what I conceived to be wrong apparently treat him discourteously, but tance fixed at 2J miles, as it is thought for selling her husband had notified them not to do so. A day even whon it was in direct opposition to there is no reason to believe that if it that many of the veterans can not stand or two ago she compromised with the my very best friends. Looking my pas did it was intentional, there were no more torate squarely in tho face I bolievo I than that. liquor men for $150 each. grounds to believe that it would be reOur of a small fire in can safely say I have been no man's New Towels, New Ginghams, New Comforts, New Blankets, During tho progress peated at the other places agreed upon The New York World is wasting time the Frankfort penitentiary the militia man. I have never courted the rich, nor line of Gent's Furnishing Gcods is complete and is marked at prices to debate. In fact Col. Bradley had ev- and space in proving that a third term charge of the con willfully neglected the poor, I havo nev- that cannot be touched by our competitor. in his own coun- for president is against tradition, against was called out to take ery reason to think that er turned the "sword of the spirit" to try at least he would be treated with the popular sentiment and against public victs. Citizens thought the soldiers prevent it from cutting your consciences protect Lane, the murgreatest courtesy. He had passed with- policy. The articles are written pre- were wanted to from a mob, nr kept back a truth that would save a derer of the Rodenbaui-bs- , B)lll. out insult through the hot bed of free sumably for the benefit of Mr. Cleveland, 1 prevailed for n and great excitement The interest of this church has bern silver fanaticism and wbb about to enter who we take it, has no more desire for a time. uppermost in my mind. Every Invitan section that was with him, at least on third term than the people have to give tion from another church and I havo Fall weight black of the currency. It there- it to him, which they do not intend to one issue, that Rev, W. E. Ellis' Farewell. cheviot suits in single and double breast, black clay had eoveml attractive ones every one fore looks like the matter was seized up- do. church was packed Sun- has been declined. I The Christian suit for men at love this church. worsted sack and frock. A good, honest, on as an excuse to end the debates, in Mt. Vkknon is plagued with fleas, but day to hear tho last sermon of Rev. W. My prayer is that God may Boon $2. so. earnest which the republican candidate had Editor Smith finds time between bites to E. Ellis, who for three years and eight hardly held his own since his triumph write red hot democratic editorials, urg- months has been its beloved pastor and direct you to the right man to he your at Louisville, and for the further reason ing democrats not to falter now, but labored for its upbuilding in season and minister, to the one who can unite all hat the meetings were croating a wide- march shoulder to shoulder for this is out. After petitioning the Throne of hearts and hands to carry forward tho spread interest which was suie to bring the time of all times in Kentucky's his- Grace in a prayer that must have touch- high and holy mission of tho Church of out the full democratic vote, in which tory when, "he who dallies is a dastard, ed even the stoniest heart present, he God. Let me leseech you never to break the ranks. Let me beg you to event republicanism stands no more and he who doubts ia damned." A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, announced John 15:14 as his text: "Ye stand for tho right and close to your show in Kentucky than a enow ball does are my friends, if you do what I com- church. You are strong in the protecT. D. RANEY, Manager. Tuib is how the Cincinnati Enquirer's mand you," from which be preached a in hades. Their only show is in the tion of that great Shepherd who never still hunt and they know it. Mr. Nor- head lines tell of Bradley's bad break. sermon that was as eloquent of utter- willforsakeyou I entreat you by o 1 won't speak at all. is much Branch Stores; man, on the part of the committee, reance as It was excellent in taste. He aa I love you not to sadden my life or Then Bradley ducked bis little nut, fused to cancel the contract for the deshowed that apparently the best of break my heart by ever deserting these Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiana Nor stayed for praise or blame; bates, and announced that the democratWhile the people stood aghast at what earthly friends often prove false and de walls or letting the fire of dovotion and Virsaillcs, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, ic candidate would bo on band at each Ind. sert us for the flimsiest reasons and when Z3al cease to huru upon these altars. Seemed to all a baby game. place named. He was at Covington Sat we most need them. Not so with that When I leave this sacred desk urday night and was accorded an ova NEWSY NOTES. Heavenly Friend, upon whom we can this will no longer be my pulpit. I give d tion. The republicans were always rely and who Bticketh closer than it back before God into your hands. ToThe folding bicycle is the latest. and some of them expressed them vessels bearing 22,000 a brother. He urged the members to day the last page is written in the recFourteen selves very freelv in regard to Col. Bradtroops are on the way from spain to Cu- live bo as to deserve this friendship and ord of a few bright, happy days in tho of the reley's action. The last hope appealed in touching terms to those out service of God among you. What is ba. publicans has gone glimmering and the One written is written. Let us fold up d Clarence Clossen, of of tho church to accept it tho only question now is "How large will ef- young lady, Miss Sallle Glveus, came book and put it away with all of Its maButler, of Butler, Intl., died from the be Gen. Hardin's majority?" cIopo of forward and was baptized at the fects of a rat bite. ny faults. And it can not lose its -- The Cclcbratcd- Fourteen men were drowned by a the service. In referring to the fact that "while between its leaves are The harmony address is out at last good spirit, but not sudden rush of water in two adjoining this was perhaps the last sermon ho the pressed ilowere of the love of the and is wrttten in would ever preach from that pulpit, his purest and .beat heart of thia church." more so than hundreds of editorials in mines in Colorado. voice grew husky and be could hardly A mob which went to the jail at When my cloning eyes shall gaze updemocratic newspapers all over the Statei Fearing that he on this record for the last time I hope to by men who have the interests of the Jonesboro, III., to hang a murderer, was suppress his emotion. might break down and he unable to elate discover there only ono name party as much at heart, and who recog- foiled by the sheriff. the name Judge Charles M. Thomas, of South the causes that led to his resignation, that Is above every name the name of The best on earth. The best is always the cheapest. Try one. nize that this is a fight to the death prepared the following state- Him whose glory crowns this sacred day against republicanism. The meat of tho Dakota, and formerly of Kentucky, died Mr. Eilis ment and read it to the congregation with radiant splendor, the name of Je of heart disease in Chicago. address is in this appeal: and as he did so hundreds of eyes, many sua Christ, King oi Kings and Lord of Tho annual reunion of the Burton "Whatever opinions you may hold as weeping, filled with tears. It Lord?. And let my last words uttered to economic questions, whatever differ family, estimated to number 50,000 per unuaed to was a sad and solemn occasion and if any in thin sacred spot ho ences there may exist relative thereto, sons, was held near Mitchell, Ind. unto Him that we earnestly and sincerely ask you to lay Official reports show that 100,000 had wronged him it should have moved loves us and naves us from sin with ilia them on the altar of tho party, for its tons of lead were produced in America him to an honest confession and apology precious blood, and unto God bo all tho safety and success, and unite in one great before God and man: praise and thanks nnd dominion and to defeat the republican party and during the first six mouths of 1895. effort On tho 0th day of July there was a glory, forever and Uezekiah Roberts, a young farmer, ita nominees." ever, amen At that "We nre sure that every true democrat, near Butler, cut his wife's throat, with call meeting held in this house. "When Mr. Ellis completed the reading who lovea his party and dtsires it suc- fatal effect, and then committed suicide. meeting u commiitee of three was apWe arc now ready to show our customers the largest and best as- pointed consisting of W. M. Bright, J. of the statement, which is conceded to he A examination of the cess had already made up his mind to reci- sorted line of Carpets body of Col. Rodenbaugh showed that Wi Hayden and T. J. Foster, who were a moat mild and and clm'etian-likever brought to Stanford. You can certainly stand by bis colors. We may not concur of the Lane's bullet had severed the spinal instructed to confer with your minister tal of the troubles that led up to hia find just what you are looking in - in Gen. Hardin's construction Moquettcs, Velvets, Body Brussels, aa to the deficit in salary and to devise resignation, there was hardly a dry eye platform and may not agree with some cord. Col. Rodenbaugh, W. N. Lane's oth- means by which to liquidate this in- i i the audience and had a vote been ta- Tapistry Brussels, All Wool Ingrains, Hemp and Straw Mattings, Oil of hia other opinions, hut when the alternative presents itself of voting for a er victim, died Saturday morning, but debtedness. This.committee called up- ken to refuse to let him go, it would Cloths, Lcnolium Mattings, Coco Matts, Rugs, Napias Matting, have bi'en practically unanimous. He Dutch Three Ply. You can not afford to miss our today bargains. democrat or aiding in the transfer of the Lane is still under the law's protecting on your preacher and tried to effect arwing. rangements for reduction in salary or a has done h great work for the church State administration to the republicans, A workman fell five stories at Cleve- remittance to be made by tho preacher and it will beimany a long year, if ever, Make it a poipt to see our goods and you will know where to purno man worthy of membership in the land and was crushed to death. His bo- to the church. Since this arrangement before his place can be filled by a man chase your fall floor coverings. great party of the people can hesitato a moment. Democratic officials for nearly dy struck a pedestrian, fatally injuring could not be effected the committee then who combines the christian virtues and requested the minister to resign, to take commands the love and reaped of the 30 years have given the Stato a clean and the latter. Alonzo Whitman, and effect on the 1st day of September, but public as does Mr, Ellis. Every body conservative administration, marred only Undertakers and Furniture Dealers. Stanford, Ky. has been sentenced it forbade him making it known to the has confidence in him and he is loved by the rascality of one man, moat of San Francisco to nine years' imprison- church, yet claiming the authority of by the outsiders almost as much as by whose stealings have been made good to the church for such action. This resig- the members. Ho and his excellent the Commonwealth. No Stato under re- ment for forgery. The Academy of Music, one of the nation was made to the committee on wife will leave Saturday for Memphis publican control can make so creditable where he will have charge of tbo best a Bhowing, while in tho Southern States, oldest houses in America, and several the same day, July 20th, and also to two church there at a large salary, and they other,building9 at Buffalo, burned, caus- of the elders ono week later. wherever the republicans have been in In compliance with the request of the will take with them the good wishes of power, the result has been most disas ing a loss of $250,000. During the last trip of tho steamer committee and with a desire to he sub- the best people of all denominations and trous to good government and prosperity. beliefs, coupled with tbo prayer, that A knowledge of the experfence of those iew xorKone passenger used lrom a missive to the elders, this resignation God will be with them now and alwayp. fainting spell, one fractured his skull has been withhold from the church un Inks, Slates, School Bags, Paper. States should put every true lover of and another broke a leg. Tnis Deing tne day upon til Kentucky, to say nothing of his love for MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The Old Dominion Steamship Com- which it is to take efiect'l feel it my duparty, on hiB guard to do battle against pany's fine new steamer Isle of Wight, ty to make this public statement to the Just as Samuel Holliday, 22, was be-:the overthrow of the present peaceful prosperous condition of governmental was burned to the water's edge and church, severing a relationship of threo ing married to Miss Alice Hall, 15, at and years and eight months, the greater por- Carlisle, officers arrived from Mt. Steraffairs. Tho defeat of the republicans by sunk, near Norfolk, Va. Knights Templar are taid to have in tion of which time has been the happiest ling, where he had stolen tho girl, and And sold at prices that we know will please you. Give them a call. a decisive majority this time will cure . life. arrested him for abduction. them of their arrogance and put a quie- contemplation the briluing of a great period of my university with a $50,000,000 Mr. Theodore Reynolds, upon whose I want to thank my many friends here tus on their marauding ambitions for national permanent endowment. for their kindness to mo and for their youthful head the suns of but 10 Bum come. Let every democrat buckle years to An Ohio woman while temporarily support of my ministry, and more espe- mers have shone, and Miss Nettie Moron bis armor and from now till the Noinsane saturated her bed with coal oil, cially the young people, for "theao ore gan, who has but recently celebrated vember election leave no post unguarded set it on firo and threw herself upon it. my crown and joy." Ah, when a min- her 17th birthday, were married at M. against the insidious attacks of the foe, ister of Christ sees an army of youDg T. Morgan's near Waynesbnrg Saturday bad government, She was burned to a crisp. whoso success means Uen. Ely Samuel Parker, a converts and listens to the first utteranand perhaps negro equality and mixed James Gates' stock barn in Garrard mim m Indian, who was Gen. Grant's ces of their new born love, his bosom W schools. was burned by incendiaries Sunday. secretary at Appomattox, died at Fair- swells with joy and his heart is filled Earthquakes shook New York, with peace. Tho crowning mercy of my Senatob Blackburn told the Wood- field, Conn., Friday night. of seeing the PuiladelphiB and vicinity Sunday, but "Capt. Paul Webb," a nephew of ministry here is the joy ford jSun: "Mv election is assured, undid no damage. young men stand for Jeaua and the less we have a republican Legislature, Senator Stewart, of Nevada, died at FALL STOCK, The Germans all over the country aa tho result of a foolhardy descent sweet eunBhine of their presence will likely to happen." He which is not celebrated tho anuiversity of tho battlo down a mountain on a barrel. never depart from the pathway of my claims to have more pledges than Another Btep in the industrial prog- life. As long aa I live the prosaic old of Sedan yesterday. Buckner combined. Tho and At tho dedication of tho now $30, Senator ia doubtless talking through his ress of the South is the manufacture of town of Stanford will have a sacred place 000 Christian church at Georgetown Sunfigures steel at Birmingham where it can be in my memory and I shall never pass hat and for effect. The facta and day, of the $20,000 debt waa raisthrough it without waving a benediction ed. $15,000 All Colors- do not bear him out in bis statement. made cheaper than in Pennsylvania. Soft and Stiffs. Hon. Emory Speer, United States from the passing train because of the Both Linu and Morrow claim that He has been honored fully up to his de judge for tho Southern circuit of Geor- many friends that I leave within ita they were chosen the democratic candiwrta, aa great aa they are, and we date for circuit judge in the 3d district democracy intends to glvo him gia, has been chosen orator for the open bounds. S ing exercises of the Atlanta Exposition. My memory goes back thia morning to Saturday. abould at any rate. rest. It iEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOUKNfli Bo-cau- se Maj. Norman, chairman of the democratic campaign committee, is hot in the collar over the pretext, aa ho calls it, seized upon by Co). Bradley and bis committee to break off the dobates be cause of the colonel's unwiilingness to procoed with the discussion, and has written the republican campaign com mittee that it should have the candor to give the real reason that actuates it, assuring the members that "their candidate will not bo permitted to indulge in his peculiar stylo of couducting n campaign without rinding Mr Hardin, or some other loyal and true democrat, ready and willing to meet him whenever the opportunity is afforded from now until the close of the polls in November next." Bully for Luko. He doesn't wait to be asked to give up the gun, but shoots early, often and effectively. BIGGEST BARGAINS forov-ermo- Louisville Store. Good: of The Season. ly First New $5,-00- al New Table Linens, New Lace Curtains, New Napkins, New Window Shades, CLOTHiisra-well-made THE LOUISVILLE STORE. STANFORD, ST., Boo-ho- 1 to-d- ay down-hearte- Three-year-ol- to-da- y. YOB NEED QUE. fra-grin- ce, Vulean Chilled Plows, W. H. WEAREN & CO. post-morte- m r WITHERS & HOOKER School Books, Tablets7Fens7 Pencils to-da- LARGE - DISPLAY 4 i PENNY'S DRUG STORE. MaJkiujBi. Ai full-bloo- Spo-ka- no Mc-Orea- ry Latest : Style : Shapes, -- H. J. -- : M'RORERTS, j f j 5 "'"" 'ii.Jyiifi 'ti. 'J. '"ij.t' "'' "fi' .At.W, ;,.;,: . ; , rlhffi 'i " .. ft. M " i . " MJ Sjiiajil.-'!,'- Jajuaiar? J? Head Danks' big ad. Boys' Fall (jlothlng at Shanks'. OrKHA Jumi-Week- ly Interior Journal 3, 1895 Dress denims in Hughes & Tate's. various colors at( Fon tbo latest styles and lowest nrie.es in Fall suits call on Jerso D. Wearen. 3tanford, Ky., Skitkmijeii Has now on hand Wcather-BoardinCeiling, Flooring and all kinds of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. B. I)eckki.mann is inimirpaaBeii na a Stanford, Ky. We use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow Jumbo, Ky. of watchea aud Jewelry. The The eclioola will begin A NSW lino of ribbon and tho latest The ork U tlono Hull anil promptly. Poplar. We are prepared to meet competition from all points on The Pay your dog tax and get your check; stock of watches, novelties and Jowelry things in veilings at Shanks'. Call and Collego and Academy will hereaiter cash orders. teach on Mondays instead of Saturdays. Those who do not pay will either bo arho will take pleasuru In showing you is aeo them. complete, well selected ntul at very low rested or All privies must be cleaned out n, All persons having claims against Newland, their docs will bo killed. 0. J. pices. At IVnny'w Drug Store. marsbnl. ouco and kept clean. 0. J, Nowlatidt Lincoln county must lllo same on before g, ro-pl- ror m m to-dn- y. m E. C. Walton, Business Managci If you want a neat fit in your Fall suit, call on Jesso D. Wearen, Merchant Whits duck and walto kid gloves a Tailor. Shanks'. Fall goods, consisting of nice English worsteds, just received. Cull and see Buy your toilet articles nf Craig x them. II. 0. Rupley. Hooker. guards. Danks, tho Jeweler. Silver manicure articles and up to date novelties at the leading jeweler's, Danks. Two car loads of fencing, flvo car loads of poplar and oak boxing and some other building stufl for sale by Joo Willimnn, The Noel Planing Mill Co. LANCASTER, KY., W m PERSONAL POINTS. marshal. Littlb Houiiib Pinky is very ill of fiver. Miss Ophelia Thompson, of Louisville, was visiting Ool. Welch. Mn. Ubnkv GimiiNB, of Knozvlllo, has been visiting Mr. Ed Wilkinson. Mins Jkan IIlchanah was on Saturday's train en routo to Louisville. Miss Nannik Kkn.nkdy left Saturday to teach a private school at Jellico. Mas. Pattik Hays Ami children have been viBiting relatives in Garrard, Mk, A. A. Wahrrn and Ernest Warren havo returned from Hock Castle Springs. M sauna. M. S. and Harpy IUuoiiman and W. A. Tribblo nttunded the Lexing ton fair. Mr. A milky 0. Lillahd left Saturday for St. Louis to go into tho real estate busincra. Missks Lucilk MsttBt'EK and Mary v Hocker loft yesterday for Georgetown College. Mils, S. V. IlowLAMD and Mr. E. F, Rowland were hero yesterday en route to Richmond, Mk. and Mrb. J. J. McRoitKi.Trf spent Snuday and yesterday with relatives in Madison. Hon. R, C Warren is in Falmouth on business connected with his ollku of master commlsuloiier. Miksbs Doha and Annie Stkai'u went to Louisville Saturday to engtge in the Millinery business. Musks Willie Dawson and Mnry left last week to outer Kirkpatrick school at Midway. Mb. Thomas M. Oweley left on Sunday's train for a ylalt to relatives and friends in Nashville. Mr. A. T. Nunnelley, ot the great State of Texas, Is with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Jiunnelloy. ThR Central Record pays our buslneis manager a handsome compliment for which he is ?ery thankful. Mr. and Miis. Thomas Giuson, of Central Park, Mont., and children aro on a visit to relatives at McKinney. Mrs. T. J. Foster was called to Saturday by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Motcalf. Mrs. Cicelia KrnxriiiocsKN Kailky will again bo under tho management of the Southern Lyceum Bureau. Miss Viroib White is out from Lincoln connty visiting her cousin, Miss Rhoda White. Mt. Vernon Eaglo. Mrs. Mason, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Bailey, at Mrs. Lou Shanks', has returned to Eminence. Mrs. M. E. Lord and daughter havo returned to Louisville, after ppendi>hu Summer with Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Harris Vinson Gbkr, better known ns Put, the Stanford sprinter, won second prize at Lexington, running 100 yards in 10 seconds. Mirvi Glenn Bum, who has been on n visit to Mica Maggie Fair at Hartford, returned last week, briuging Miss Fir with her. Mr. J. II. Kiudy hit t sold his the ' agencies to Judge W. E. Varnon and gone on the road (or tho Mutual Benefit Llfo of Newark, N. J. Mrs. Oandacb IlrniirHinil Mr.E. B. Hibler, of Blootnirgton, 111., a o spending a week or so witn Mra. Molliq Wray, Mrs. I. M. Bruce and other relative. Mrs. II. D Greciohy nml little daughter, who have spent several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mra. J. P. Bailey, returned to their homo at Grayson, Saturday P. E. Kbmi' ban been appointed auditor aud assistant treasurer of the now Middleaboro railroad company, News. Mr. Kemp marriod MIbs For Penning-ton- , of thts'plnce. Mit. S. A. Middleton, of this county, o is making a big succeaa oignnizing Lodges. II Ib last wsh nt Col urn bia. The order pays f for every member in a now lodge, W. LaRur Thomas, grand maste' of the Knights Templar, is tho best advertised man of the hour. His picturo appears in every leading paper of tho country, but it is not much more liko him Wil-more Mac-cnbc- Ik you want a nice carpet go to Withers & Hocker this week and let them malto it for you. m Plbask pay your account at once. Tho business of A. R. Penny must bo settled. G. L. Penny, Exr. receivFall line of boys' clothing-jus- t ed at Shanks'. Any style and quality and auy price can be found there. i Plated silverware nt reduced prices to mako room for now Fall goods. Buy now while stock is complete. Wo will give bargains. Danks, tho Jeweler. Junction City hunters nro looking forward to fine sport this fall. Tho gun club of that place bought 500 pairs of quail anil turned them looeo in tho woods near by just after tho last freeze and they promise to bo very plentiful. Tommy Ball lies solved tho economic problem. He says all this talk about free silver is bosh. Ho never has gotten any silver unless ho worked for it and thoso who think that it will bo scattered around freo havu'tenough sense togreaso a gimlet. V' Tuouoit an aesasaiuation pure nnd simple wsh shown, four jurors said that Shelby Nunn ought to bo ncquitted for the slaying of Win. Best. Seven were for murder and ono for manslaughter. The trial lasted from Tueeday till Saturday and on discharging the jury Judge Sauf-leremanded the prisoner to jail without bail. y 1 k than wo nro. Mhb. Eugenia Duni.ap Pottb, of Lex- - w ngton, has boon ofllcially invited to de liver b lecture on tho "Daughtora of Kentucky" at the Atlanta Exposition and no ono is bettor qualified for tho task. Miss Claiia Lackey is un6ergoing her llrstexperionco as n school inarm and Bhe enjoys it very much. Sho has tho Goshen school and boards nt Mr. Ham Boone's fro.u Mondny till Friday, ller school numbers 43 pupils. CITY AND VICINITY. Stkiimso Trilby -hearts at Danks. Zisqlkr shoes of every variety and price at Shanks'. Penny's drug store is the best place for school bookB and tablets. Craig & Hocker handle the cheapest and beat lino of paints on the market. IT" Type Wiutino. Those who wish tyto writing neatly and speedily done cau be accommodated by calling on Miss Cnllio Horton, who Is also a capable stenographer. She can be found in tbo olllce of Miaa Kate Blaln, superintendent of schools, at the usual hours. Her charges In regard to the Eminence meeting, aro reasonable and she will do anything .Mr. j. r. Davis, ol tins place, who wbb from writing a letter to a lawyer's brief. present, says that from where ho sat be observed no moro disorder than is usual The Louisville Times quotes Col. W. at an open air meeting and that he beG. Welch as follows: "Hardin has acted hoves that would have subsided had Col. a fool ever since he attended that Bradley continued to speak. On the convention; nevertheless, as tho other band Mr. John M, McRoberts, who party nominee, ho deserves and Bhould waa nearer, saya the disorder was very have democracy's support, lama gold great ut times, indulgod in entirely he bug of the first water, but I Intend to thinks by youths who thought they were vote for Wat, inasmuch as the governor acting smart. Ho doesn't think that Col of Kentucky hasn't nny more to do with Bradloy could have made himself heard the currency question than a Pulaski there, but that was no excuse for break rattlesnake. Tho democratic party of ing tho other engagements. this Stato represents tho intellect, good ELorsMENT. That there's many a slip society aud wealth of Kentucky." The colonel Baya he has not beon in. 'twixt tho cup and the lip and the best terviewed, though in tho main tboeenti laid plans of men, an well as mice, gang aft nglee, Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Bright ful merit is his. ly realize. To give their daughter, Miss In Piiison as a Witness. Mr. Robert Roberta, n good education, and at the Breckinridge, son of Judge R. J. Breck- same time keep her under their protectinridge, of Danville, in held in durance ing caro, they had nt a great sacrifice to in Guatemala, Central America, ns a wit- their feoliugs aud comfort, nrrnnged for ness agaiiiBt one Gofi", who is charged Mrs, Bright to take her to Prof. Hubwith murdering Cashier Brooks, whoso bard's echool at Gallatin and stay with body wan found in the vault of tho bank her us matron of tho institution. The at LivingHton. Goil nnd Breckinridge trunks had been packed aud every thing lived in the building and Breckinridge's prepared for their departure, but At tbo pistol was found by the Bide of tho mur- last moment tho young lady gave them dered man. Mr. B. can prove that the the Blip and Friday night lied with the pistol was stolen from him and that ho young Banctitlcation preacher, Henry is in entire Ignorance of tho murder. So Mills, to Tennessee, where they were ho spends ids time, ho writes, "in alter- married. They have returned and are nately rurfling tho couutry, people, laws, now at the home ot tho groom's parents. government and authorities for detain- Tbo bride, who is pretty and lovable) is ing him." just 17 and her husband but 10. Sho is The Blue Urasa Blade chnrgos that the eecond daughter to elope, but if her Elder 0. K. Marshall, of Harrodsburg, marriage provo as happy ns her sister's, gambled for cigars with n slot machine at it can never be said that she married in Lexington, and beat tho contrivance, but baato to repent at leisure. So here's tho Democrat says that tho preacher on hoping that it will and thai every thing ly flinokod nftor anothor man had won will ho lovely. A Word For Stanford. Besides be tho cigars. Speaking of cigars, a minis-tof a hospitable turn, took one of the ing ono of tho pleasantest places in the Pharisaical order down, not n hundred Stato to livo in as well as tho healthiest miles from here, recently. He drew a Stanford has moro advantages than any case of cigars from hia pocket after din- town of its size that wo know of. It is ner and passed them around, all accept- located in a very fertilo region and its ed tho courtesy except tho ono referred inhabitants aro as a general thing in fair to, who declined, saying, "I nm a Chris- circumstances, contonted and prosperous. Oast your eyo over this list of adtian and don't smoko." "I wouid't said the man with caso with with- vantages and if you are looking for n ering effect, "if I had no othor way of good placo to locate, investigate and you will eee that wo have not only not showing it." stretched the blanket, but havo hardly Gotokk With HisLikk. At tho ex- held it taut. Wo havo seven churches, amining trial of Arnold Stoinaker, who a collego, an academy and a fine public in n fit of drunken passion set ro to and school, oach owning largo and suitable burned his own house to spito hia wife buildings, two banks with n capital of and Btep daughters, he was discharged, $100,000, water works, electric lights, ico tho court aud iu attorney holding that factory, tbreo hotels, two railroads with under tho statutes it is not nn ollbneo for eight passenger trains a day, a telegraph a man to burn his own house, arson be- oilico, a nowspaper with one ing defined as the burning of tho houso of tho best equipped ollicea in the State, of another. The family wantod to have an opera house with n seating capacity tho wholo caso dismissed against the old of 500, a Bteam tlouriug mill, which man, but ho was fined one cent and costs grinds 50 barrels a day, largo lumber for disturbing tho peace, which amount yard, public fountain (or man and beasts, i.Iil.. i tilin Tilin ouiu mai no inau to put up six grocery and hardware stores, two hj iu. i, pretty liberallyjtojlplacato hia wife and confectioneries, furniture and undertakher daughters.ldeeding tho land to them ing house, three drug Btores, four dry and promising to build a hotter house at goods stores, three millineries, a meronce. Tbo old fellow got tho worst of it chant tailor and two agencies, two sadall around. He waa bested in the fight, dleries, two II very stables, one butcher lost bia house, staid in jail several days, shop and two barber shops. had to put up everything he had and Wo have 10 preachers, 12 lawyers, 10 give bond for $200 to keep the peace for doctors, three druggists and only a very ono year. few oafers. m m m Ow-enebo- Sept. 21, 1803, as no claims can be flltd Seven men who had sold horses at after that date. James F. Cummins, good priceB to one Louis Land, who wore Clerk. a G. A. R. hat and said ho was buyiDg The cool wave that camo Saturday them for the government, wero here yet night has made every body feel that the terday according to contract to deliver old hymn which begins "I would not tho animals, but Mr. Land was non est. live alway," was written by a dyspeptic Deaths. There were two deaths in hypochondriac. The air is full of ozone the May wood neighborhood last week: and tho sun's rays are solt and mellow. Mr. George Bailey, aged about 05, and Tub special train advertised to run tho father of n large family, died of flux, Owsley StophenBon, a young from Junction City to the debate at and Mr. married man, of typhoid fever. Both London next Saturday will not be put on nor will rates to that placo bo given were buried the same dav. on that day, said a dispatch to Mr. J. S. Oacoht. Mr. J. F. Moore who wrB Rico from headquarters yesterday. Gen. up from Liberty yesterday says that the Hardin will be on hand, however, as he men who robbed John W. Whipp aro in will be at Nicholasvllle and the other jail at Louisville. Their names are appointments. Creek, N'ewoomb and Head and they Burglary. While Mr. J. B. McKin- live at Bradley ville, in Casey. Mr. M. a'so told us that tho Liberty fair stockney and family were at church Sunday, holders lost $1,118 a share of $10 by tho his houso was broken into and id stolen. exhibition. A purse with $25 in it was not discovered by tho rascals. A littlo negro boy, NEW ADVKBTISKMENTH. who wa at tho house, began to halloo, and on- - of tho two men, who waa a negro, slut at him. Several arrests haye STOCK KS..Sirii'a auction been u.ade, but the right men have not Trust Co will be sold attStanford. at i o'clock Sep.9th, county court day J. Z. Spoonayet bn-- found. Two doors and the bu- more. reau hud to bo broken to securo tho T money, whichwas all that it seems was nothing else was disturbed, wanted, as Ai executors of J. L. Dswson, deceased, we will a Fountain. The Advocate says the fountain donated to Danville by Mrs. J. MONDAY, SEPT. 1895, W.'G ill as a memorial to tier husband, County Court Day before tfie e door to has been placed in front of the court- in Stanford rentOK the highest robidder THIRTY- In small grain. LAND to HVEACKKS L. L. DAWSON A J. II. DHIUHT, house. It is of bronze, about 14 feet Executors. in circumference at the baso and 15 feet high, being surmounted by two gas S.&3C.X;. lamps, which will bo kept lighted. The gas company very generoosly offered to I will offer for sale at my residence in Crab Orch ard on light one of tho lamps free of charge. Thero are four openings to the fountain, two of them being drinking troughs for All niT Household and Kitchen Furniture, all in order. lied Room Sets, Wash Stands, horses and the other for people. Rocking Chairs, fled Springs, Centre Tables Take Our Advice This Time And Buy Your Goods Early. You will not regret it. A small outlay of Cash now will save you Money. NEW ARRIYALSTHIS WEEK All the new things in Dress Goods. Storm Serges, Habit Goths, Surah Serge, Mohair, Figured Mohair, Coating Serges, Diagonal Serges, Henriettas, Ladies' Cloths, Boucles, etc BANK u 1 SEVERANCE & SON. Public? Renting 9th, Court-hom- Bargains In Silverware To make room for New Fall Goods we will close out our stock I FITBEIC n AT REDUCED PRICES l Saturday, Sept. 7th, I895, first-cla- We have some beautiful pieces which you can buy at a sure enough Bargain. Mattresses, Chairs Carpets, i Cooking; Stove, one tieaiing aiove. i uasoune etove, 4 Durner, in good or'er and many other things too tedious to mention. AIi.i 1 Phaeton Iiuggy and Harness, 1 family Horse. lerscy Ccw and Call, No. 1 milk er. t Jersey Heifer, 1 new Double Shovel Plow, 1 act of Plow Gear, Spade, Shovel, Fork and Hake, Also my Undertakers' Slock complete, a nice Hearse. Good place for business for a live man. Also my House and Lot, centrally located, all necessary outbuildings, all kinds of Fruit Trees and Vines of the very best, and a well of never tailing water. This property I offer privately on on easy terms. Terms for Personalty Over $j, three months' credit, negotiable note. 1 DANKS, The Jeweler. litJ,' . HWCf BSSSBfS SZ&J lEMJMl jj J. H.STEPHKNS. FUB3C.IC : s : S&XiE. I Bargain. A Great ii.. I. .. Sixty Aero Farm Near Stanford. -- Will be sold at public auction without reserve On Saturday, Sept. 2X, '95, At a o'clock In the afterncon, at dwelling house the premises. Situated near Stanford and Lancaster pike, ou Ulx River, tertile and In a high stateol cultivation. Hasnn It acomlortable dwelling house, good barn and all othernecessary out-- 1 buildings, fine orchard and many kinds ot srnal fruits and berries. Plenty of gocd water In a s neighborhood, near church and achcol. Terms One third cajh.batanc.. In sand i yesrs. M SPKED PEYTON. 50 on i first-clas- FUBILIC SALS VALUABLE BLUE' "grass farm, I will on the premises on Wednesday, Sept. 18, '95 Offer at public sale the valuable tract of land in Garrard Countr. Kr.. on the tnrnDilte road lead ing from Danville to Lexington, kuown as "the camp uick KODiuion r arm." ine HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Farm Contains about 335 Acres, And is one of the very best and richest tracts ol land in tbe State of Kentucky. It is hemp, Ubacco and grass land and is in a hign state of cultivation. first-class THE PLACE TO BUY. When you need It Is Well Fenced, With the very best post and railing, nearly new and in good repair. The dwelling house contains or twelvo rooms. It has recently been remod eled and Is In every respect a comforablo, modern dwelling house, iuafine state ot preservation, or tn IN SPLENDID REPAIR.VERY ATTRACTIVE SHCOOL TABLETS, BOOKS AND STATIONARY, Or any thing else at the Lowest Cash Price go to W. B. McRoberts. Small either for stock or agricultural toundin Central Keniucky. No more comfortable or more desirable home, purposes, can be It is Conveniently Located on Fine Turnpikes and is well Watered Prescriptions Carefully At all Hours. Compounded I r" 11 From never failing Springs that sefmto be abso lutcly inexhaustible, with t.oughs attached; will water 900 head ol stock In driest seasons, There are several good outhouses, a large, new tobacco barn that will hold so acres of tobacco, and threo tenement houses. The laud Is not only on good turnpikes, but of easy access to the Q. A C, L. & N. aod L. S. railways, and to Danvil.e, Lancaster, liryantsvillo Harrodsburg and Lexington, Full possession of the property will be given January 1, 1896, will the usual privilege of seeding In small grain during tbe Fall. The land will be offered in parcels and then as a whole and the best bid accepted. Other terms reaionablo and made known on day of sale. KICIIAKD GKSTKV, T. D. Engl-sh- "W. IB. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. M'ROBBBTS, Farm AND , somi-woek- AuctioncoH. Trustee. k Yard Iumm 4 iuuiiain (MJsWPyHL Fence. tWirli A I --- MTrrt-si-j-ss-i- - I I I I t I i Ail 1 1 ly 46 m 11 Ky. A. 1 C SINE, Stanford, -- Female -:- - College, 1 1 DEALER IN- - .. Stanford, Ky. Fall Session Opens Sept. 3 1895. flfT sff own Department. Hoarding: pupils under the direct supervision of ments. Scientific, Classical and Special Course ot Study. Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. Heit teachers employed, each a specialist in ber Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- lit! SGF SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Metal Roofing, Hough, and Dressed Lumber ZiAtli, Shingles, Eto, WIND-MILL. The highest grade of goods at lowest prices. AGENT FOR THE COLUMBIA STEEL - teachers. For further information, addresi WILLIAM SHKLTON, President. 34 5BJtoJUjUM'tli . -- .,igi-4.v at., ff. ,' ,' . .-- , ." tA,'J-- i v. .m - f W H '- - T" j kl They give llvo monies fit the Law J. F. 11ARKKR, Proprietor, rence track. - Corn is Belling in Rockcastle at $1 a PQbllshod Bvory Tuoaday and Friday Rates TWO DOLLARS Ter Dav. the fioltl. ADVANCK barrel insale twelve 1,200 pound feeders. 3 P3B YKA-TtFor 6Q will be charged t?..,.H.t,l an4 rrfnrtilthnil throughout Larse B. G. Govor, MUleiiReville. KTWhen not .0 r,id 33 and uommoatousoampio noonn. 75c a Winter Turf oats for sale at Ilallaand otnee connccieu "" 47 Rclls. K. C. LOGAi TIME CARD. Prompt and polite t ice to guests. Stanford, Ky. bushel by F. Reid, ro nil 3 p. m. Dr. Jos. Ballou bought of Uriah Trains leave StanloiU .1 :!$ an'1 v.. at 4:30 n hminh of alioata at 4Jc. rtrMit.vsvw . ..M The California Breeder eays that of L.&.H. LOCAL TIME CARD. rnr a im of Tears. The riumler Farm near mnrn 01 IIIUU13 OU lllliv.ll lliuiu thfin1 , Crab Oichatd, Ky., containing ,.... t 7 R n tho 400 horses in training at Sacraoiouio P Train going North.. No. M. j 15 m 125 can bent 2:20. you imagine serious and ' , ABOUT '' ", No, so. " 04 pm ACRES OF LAND soth, noI.s, fs credited with nine .... t IS P a Rd Wilkes " " iatal diseases result from', Two Hundred and Fitly Acres, more or less, in No.- -, ith good water, new 2:30 performers this year r m r Good QUEEN & CRESCENT. , Liming auuiuiw nnnrliifffi1 nv.giuv.n.u. , cultivationfruits, ftc. Improvements, ' ' J b variety of a close second. Crab Orchard, Ky. 48 with Nature's folloVs: Trains pass Junction Citr Locan Dennv'e Frances P. Rot every x Don't play ra n No. x South tM a m No 4 North ...J P ra thing she wont after at LexlnKtou. Sho $ greatest gut health. "3J P 11.1t. i. , is " ...JiSn wkb preatly admired, " I..!! 35am " 6 " " Blue-Gras- s UyouarefcellnK out of sorts, weak The Winchester Democrnt says SiNos eandOamlganoio rui no iurand generally exNotr. hausted, nervous, ther than Junction City, rior on mon WeiUl bought 118 cattle, 1,500 lbs. have no appetite ana can't voric, nvernije, at 4i to 4 Jo. beRln at oncctak- took in S2.0C0 The Lexington Fair I will sell privately my Karin of Inir ttirmoit rrlis- - J years and $700 blc strengtlicniiiK more than in former medlclne.vlilchls . more than expeusoa. Urowu's lrmi Hi2D0 Acres of Good and Well Im tters. A few botbay Strayed or stolen, a proved Land, tles cure benefit comes from the mu'e. Information thankfully recotveu. very first close it Well watered, good house and other improre-mintWilliam Lee, Stanford. nvn't tt.iin yenr is In a high sute ol cultivaand the ttttk, and It's to R. B. and tion, together with Stock. Crop and Farming J. T. Spoonamore sold pleasant to take. It desired by the purchaser, ana will E. P. Woods a bunch of old sheep at offer special Inducements to effect a sale by the uthot September, 1805. Said Farm is situated $1.25 and a lot ol lambs at 3ic. on the Danville and liustonvilte turnpike road, Dock Drye, of HuBtonville, loBt by ahout two miles from Hustonvllle. The farm, to r Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver b appreciated, should be seen. Persons wishing death a very fine saddle gelding that ho , Neuralgia, to purchase shoulj call on or address Troubles, 11. U KINO, had several times refused $275 for. Moreland, Ky 4S 7 Constipation, Bad Blood sont Mrs. J. T. B. Bright, of Boyle V Malaria, Nervous aliments E. Bruce, of this place, a tomato of his m Women's complaints. own raising that weighed 2$ pounds. Public Salo (let onty tie getiuine it lias crossed red f therapier. All others ate sub- - l Marion C, for a while queen ol tue ? On two ac stamps wr J CROP. LAND, STOCK running world, died at Louisville, Fri- Y siitutes set receipt ofUeautllul worms ot ten F semi and book free. Tulr VU P. Lancaster day. She was owned by S. Absolutely MO. GROWN CHEMICAL CO. BAuIMORE. Tho Hnrrodsburg Democrat says Having determined to go West, I ill. on A cream of tarter baking pow- a Mercer county farmer sold a car lond QATURDAY. SEPT. 21 , 1895 der. Highest of all in leavening of cabbago in Cincinnati at 90c a barrel. om M wur S.ll to the highest and best bi. d of tho West End, Latest United States strength. S. Rutherford, land containing e?d, welUimprived good orchard and about 03 all Superintendent of Schools of Government Food Report. took the premium on canteloupes at the Is a candidate forsubject to the action of the De- Acres, well watered, good pike wiKhi outWldings on Lincoln county, weiph-e- d mocracy. November election, 1893. Stanford, mile from lurnersville. I mil. from Liberty fair, the largest of which ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., rchoolhouse and church and t miles Irom C. b. 17 pounds. 106 Wall Street, Now York. ve w'also stll j horses t W. S. BURCM, A O. Robiuson & Son sold to J. L. milk mule, i four.year.old fancy harness mar.. heifer,, 3 stetrs. A. O. Lashi' Doty for W. E. Perkins, of Brodhead, Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Cowsandcahes,6eatlinir John D. Cattleman. , ij or so crj, county; subject to the action teetlers weighing shout 403 bushels of wheat at 04 cents per Schools of Lincoln party. growing corn, also (arming implements, househoW of tho Democratic bushel. Lancaster Record. wlil'be sold MTE"-Icash in hand l .d Interest at D. C. Terhune bought in Boyle 24 and balance In on. and two years, with under cash property. Si and Personal S per cent. $33 for BUgr and J14 good note mule colts at S30 to in hand, over that amount a credit with untiljan. 1. 96, w.thout interest., ... to $22 for cotton. He also bought in ""-ill -!COLLEGE, tl T ilu.h. Auctiouter b..uu urncrsville. "Ky. Wnehinotnn and Anderson IS mixed GHBISTIAN grades at $12 to 35. Hustonvillo, Ky. A. W. Cunningham sold to M. Kalin GS bead of cattle averagfor Goldsmith, A Home School for the higher education ol aud refining Only Dnect Lite lietween & OASTLEM AK ing 1,500 pounds, at 5 cents. They were young ladies, acombining the cem'orts thorough ininfluences ol Christian Home with nico lot, and will bo exported. struction in all the elements that enter into the an extra MANAGERS, woman. The Semi-Week- ly Interior Jodrhh FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. P- - " P-- n IP oor Health . 4 ytf PARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet allTrains,nti(lit and day. Patrons taken to any part of town Free of Charge. Good Livery Attached, Kara cf Hotel $.oo per day. A. II. 1IASTIN, Prop. n-6- in D3B. "W. B. PBlTITTr. Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Nashvills, Tenn., College forloung Ladies, Strut, I Opposite tin l'cit-OH- ic 3Tarm For Hon 400 "ill tiadetor HIID Lb. foriaihorU my home lh"nn at Stanlord oral court davs nelm. Chas. Enusiin, Tanner, W. S. Hurch. Atty. at Law. K M. take alt the hides I can get rinr. "i" Rov.;Gco. W. F. Price, D. D., Pros., Mrs. S. 0. Trueheart, Former- Deputy Shrrlll Kewlanl, ! 1 ly of Stanford, Ky., Lady Prin cipal. TVi.a tttill. I. ! 1 llltt sJStiusiikif Tas fAAm iwi "i Buroli & ITowland, Conoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln erI Oo., On-wa- rd 1 - ! 1 I tr - a nrii mj luUlStlAtf Fiiie Farm or 40 Officers, Teachers and Lecturers, Irom eutire South, l'tivilccs in Vandcrbilt Mu.tc Conservatory. ArtMudio. Gymnasium. Kins I'Aisenger Klevators. Term bcKins si-Sept, 1, S95. bend for Catalogue. 1 'mi FstrtlltV, . .. PatronsKO ty. Kentucky do a We offer our servicts to the public to notes, gen etc Accounts, Collecting llusln" 11 Cm county. collected in all parts ot the ffOWtfS j W. S. BtTBCH, Attorney at Law, XDeh.or "STcmr Cattl. ron iitters Stanford, House. Office on - - Kentucky. s, Lancaster StreM, opposite the Court Collections receive especial attention. 8S SPRING AND SUMMER. I will go to any place where there are six or 1 do the work with tlj. inorecatileto.ehorn. Lightning Dehoruer Can dehorn any cow makes a three iKKonds. The knile break the clean, smooth horn, as the cut, dessnot ctu.lt tar u doss. Itlstheonly humane way tad.-horclipper Docs not punish he animal like the saw, and the wound gets well as quick again as that call mauc uy the saw. For furtner Information, rCy. rKY TON. Stanford, Hiok. See the Lightning Pruning 1 '" I It Cures Something to Beautify ;tho Ladies. ?AKlN POWDER I " of & . Dally openining. New Hats, flowers and lacesl I am nun ivani to deliver tee lrnmthe- Stinford We glvs the assurance to the trade that they wil Watlr, Light and Ico Company'a factory aame eicluslvcness find in our establishment the In style of patterns, hats and bennrta and all the 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds leading novelties In Millinery for which we ate known throughout the country. trimmer fer the sea- And over and;c a pound for 10 pounds and up 1 ha.e secured a to 100. son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respect Rills due istcf each month fully solicit your patronace heretolere- so nicraiiy M D W J DDKRARE. IIREMER. fctarford. bestowed. KA1K DUDDKRAK. Manager. ICE I At first-cla- ss Pure w J. : T. : STJTTOIT, 3UND52RTAKER, HUSTONVILLE.KENTUCKY. lin.,, hi. ..r.lr.i a ihe nronle ol .ml Citev Counties rln Caskets always no hand. uli stock 1 TO TH35 X.ADIEQ 1 JAMES F. BOLDAJt, nece.-iar- y Call is fill ani omplete. My Mitllnrv St and eaamiueandyouwlll.be sure to buy a n.w Spring Hat. MISS UCC1K IIEAZLEY, Stanford, Ky West Liu- of Coffins 55 seven-year-o- ld aad A. S. PHICE, Surgeon Dentist, I). S. Carpenter, Manager. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. ..e-h.1- G. CENTBAL B. COOPER, Stanford, Ky, ...Proprietors of Office ever McRohcrts' Drug Store In the Owsley asuranee Sompaay ... Livery and Feed Slxiblc, STANFORD, KY. Having bought of P W. Green his Llsrv business and added new buggies and horses, we aie prepared to furMih I FIRST-CLAS- S lliilMlne. THE London. Cc-o- d RILEY V. U. UILBY. HOUSE Kontucky. j BARBEE Ky. Midland E'y, Cincinnati andFranKfort anl quickest between Shortest Proprlotor. - - - I Commerce Building, LouisTille Agent throughout the South W. A. T&IBBLE, Looal Agent, STANFORD, KY Portland. San Francisco. ..Totte., ..Via Th fcvwtr- NET1WEST muvh WMi tuum, M I t arxsmLfr J If a! "R Yi A3 " " .EVrS t Only Dining Car Route From XOXJIS1TX3CX.E TO CHIC&GQ. "Elegant Pullman Veitlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. BACON, FRANK J. REID, D. P. Agent, C. P. Agent, Louisville. Chicago. - - Denver. lie SURE to call for Route, i i MONON' St. Paul. R R. Noel All Kinds "We & Son, Driers in Successors to J. H. Higgins, of Coal, Kv. Hig-Gins Stanford, Cash. look bad and if she trots as good Kentucky Midland. Trains With a full ccrps of instructors In all departments. Ask for tickets via cool,KR run by Central Standard lim. this year she will surprise a good many Literary and Scientific, Music, Art, Normal and Tabl- - June , 1895 Time Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. b; Commercial Hoard, tuition and music for term si who have Been her. No. 1. No. 3 No. 7. twtniy Weeks $85 For Catalogue address TRAINS EAST. II. I. PiNKER'fON, Prwldent, p. m p. m. a. m. Rubenstein and Mascot will also 47 Ky. I 00 Hustonvllle. 4 00 7 00 Lve Kranktort A stnrt in the free for all pace at Louisso 4 ' Klkhorn 7" 4 y 14S " Stamping oround 7 aS 4 47 ville Sept. 12. A good many of the lo5 (ieorcrtownu... 7 47 3 cal eports think that Joo Patcben will Arr. (' S. Deoot. t t 4w P.'W. GREEN. Proprietor S3) 4ee C 830 ' ParU beat Robert J. in this race. I. 10. : : : Kontucky. 4. TRAINS WEtsT. No. ,. No.ra. No.m. No. m. A leading banking firm of Now York p. a. a. tu. p. Crab Orchard, Ky. ouymg wneai. iotn saye: "We advise 6 4 o J Lvo Paris .....C 6 4 C. 8. Depot .... to 17 Hotel and I am still running this importing and exporting countries nave 6 40 6 s U S 3J 1040 " Georgetown still continue to give my guests the pol"t Home con- Select, Private, High Grade, Thor7 oj " Stamp'g Gro'd 10 t3 crops and supplies. jrds. small wsll as th.best the msrkct " Klkhorn....... 11 i l!S Ij sumption about equals production." ough, Practical, Progressive. 7 JJ Arr Krankfart A .. u jo Special Attention1 to tho Travelold, is Directly, 2:07J, at a SUNDAY TRAINS. ing Public. three-yea- r old form. Will enter upon the second year's not bo good in his Leavt Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort work Sept. 2, and will close !h already beiiinning to show the ef He Leave Frankfort 4 00 p. a. arrive Georgetown May 30, 1896. fects of hard work and if the little black D. S. ,?. m. Railway fhe Kentucky Midland ehraDes ana connecpacer goB in 2:08 this year it will be apply to tions form the ,ntt .ndand W est rout. to all For terms of admission Burprining. Hustonvllle, Ky., points South, East, North their For further information apply to Pass. agents. The greatest pacing race ever Agent. C. D. UERCAW. Gen. Has more nice Furniture than was ever in HusDr. Jno. S. Stapp, Pres. GEO. II. HARPER, Rec'r & Oen.Sup tonvllle. More pretty ltucKies, Surreys and was that at Fleetwood Park, N. Frankfort, Ky. Phaetons. Moietood Cultivators. Wajons. Tlows Crab Orchard, Ky. 45 Y.. between Robert J., John K. uenirr, and morn nice Harness, llndlrs, Whips and more Hinder Twine than was ever seen here He inMascot and .Too Patcheu. Robort J. vites the public to call and see hi stock and get straight heats and the othpr won in pricrs. Cider Mills and Cane Mills. came in the order named. Tl e horses J. W. Hah.hMAN. time which wan tho fastest three beate M.S. IU.G1HUN over paced, 2:00 2:04 and 2:04J. Ed Million bought 1,000 bushels of apples for his distillery at 15c. John D. Mutual Life Insurance Co. in I am representing the North-westerrnoraiaTOKs adjoin-in- r 200 acres of fine tobacco. WalHarris has the loan department and am ready to make loans in this and ler Bennett and J. W. Smith have each & SALE counties. Interest 6 per cent. Term 2 to 5 years. Lor full in 175 acres of corn, that it is estimated and application, apply to formation STAIJLE, will yield 12 barrels to the acre. Nolson Morris bought 225 cattle in Madison last JOJglKr - - Kentucky. wtok at 5 ceutf. They averaged 1,600 a Hppcial train of 17 pounds and it took HERD OF THE cars to haul them. Richmond Register. you livery give us a call. Nothing but 1 Frankfort, Georgotown and Paris, An exchange says that Alix, Oarllslo. Maysvillo, Oynthiana, ankles not in good ehape. Her front Will Open Monday, Sept, 2, 1895, Falmouth and Oovington. as 2:05 raris Kentuckian. education of a cultured Christian r.cxt annual session of this old, well known ana is popular institution 2:03J, ) I have raovtd to my new Hettl and am bott.r On short notice. The traveling puWie will finds' erepand than ever to accommodate th. public. willing to lurwsh Drum-raerI.ivcry attached, and .very conveaicocs dt us always ready and Wagon, either single or dmible. or Carri- nr.d. Uivcm.acalL The ages of a.l kinds st very LOW PRICKS. peo-pl- o 77 fRANK KII.KY. boys in awl arwind tewn will also find us the when in t.wnat deal with. Slop wlla to w. a Jones, t t jrrm, courts and entertainments and your horse and s, TURNOUTS 1 Th.0 COLLEGE HOME. Myers House, n atten--na- Stanford, 4 Sole proprietors Dean's lllack Diamond Roo Kstimates furmsned for painting Wood, Metal aud lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. All tools painted with Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years n Dealers in b- -t Pumps and Oalvanued Iron fillers, JOIT2SS BH.OS., Tin & Sheet iron Works, Stanford, Ky. I'aiut els-erm Ai jn FIRST NATIONAL BANK O K.STAN FORD, KY. two-ye- ar CARPENTER, Capital Stock- Surplus that this 8200,000 23,700 wit-nef- Money, Money, Money! IjOj-3iTn TO . M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FEED Stanford, ss H. gSRB'g.IaLguranoQ Agosrt. BLUE-GRAS- S will continue the coal business at Mr on hand at all times old stnd and will ho very best coal whlcn e will deliver promptly. "We will sell strictly for cah and will make It to the Interest cf the peopled this section to pay 37 SPIOY PERSONALS. Duroc Jersey Red Swine NORFOLK AND WESTE TICKETS Jok Manlby has been traveling through Ireland, and ho Bends word home that ho never Baw finer looking men and women or heard better English fapohen than in Dublin. Gov. Frank Brown, of Maryland, is of tho cstato of tho tho heir to one-halato James Carroll, whoso property is estimated to bo worth not less than lf R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Stock. Breeders secured from tne beat herds In several ". PIjs for sale from the best types of Reilttere . .. e. uwcrcnr. Mates. r uureMnuu..,. Cllj.t.I Attention of th. public is invited to lha fac Is tho only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of th. National Hank are secured not only by th. capital stock, but bv the stockholders1 liability lor aa .mount emi.I la tfifi iinrk th.. it.nA.1... ., this institution .v. iicurcu by a fund Ol J. 00,000. rive sworn statements ofth. condition of th. back sr aads each yesrto the United States government and Its assets ar. ...mined at stat, d limes ji.iiiuiaiui at.ui, inu. securing auuiiuoaa and perfect safety tn depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in iljS, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j and again the Hirst National Hank ol Stanford in iM, has had practically an uninterrupted cilitenceof 11 years. It is better supplisd now with Iscililles for transacting business prompt ly aud liberally than ever before in its long and oimui.mc lucu. Accounts 01 corporations, can- - 1 m.uj uu luuiTiuuu, ICIlcCllUliy SOIIC t.d. The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Forcstua Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Haughinan,! Lincoln; need If first-claturnouts will leave our stable. See ua J. S. Mocker, Stanford;' for rates. In our W. A.Trlbble, Staalord; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; HARNESS SHOP T. I'. Hill. Stanford; Uri- You will rind a good assortment of Harness, K. L. Tanner,;McKinney; u ules, saddles, vc nave your rrjuwinj; M I Mill- -. II. v ir our man, he understands his business. Wc have a mechanic in our J. 8. Hocker, President; Joo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A.McKiuney, Astt. Cashier. s work and' satisfactory Wlllguarantco Try our hor shoer. .v, Hi .' . blaoksmith;shop. first-clas- 5500,000. RAILROAD. ALL POINTS: SOLD TO CHIP, IWP1AHA, ILLINOIS, WISCOMS5H, WISSOURI, KAWSAS, HEBRASBCJS, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, Dr. Lyman, tho new Mendota hospital superintendent at Madison, Wis., measures six feet flvo inches, and his brother, Dr. John Lyman, of Eau Claire, six feet seven inches. Hoard, of Wisconsin, is proud of tho distinction he enjoys, that of being tho best dairyman in tho northwest. Ho will not wasto feed on a cow that will not earn ?50ayear with butter at CO cents a pound. Ex-Go- v. St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., MERSHON first-clas- s & SlBsssssssssssssaassssssssssssss,iBissiiitssissBisssamassssssf. GREER, Proprietors. Attorney at Law, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Will act as Kiecutor,Administrator and Wallaos B. Varnon, Assign-e- s Fs-te- s, Farmers BanMTrast Co OK STANFORD, KY., ready for business wlla Ianowrully.orgamicd.and Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. 20,000. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairin style. done in TEXAS, SB WBTi . H0MB-WE8T, 10DTB-WB- H tho uso which has been made of his name and viows in Bupportof socialism, and ho goes so far as to say: "I the advent of socialism to bo tho greatest disaster tho world has ever Jin. IlEnnERT Spencer is irritated by bo-lio- vo 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. KIELEY. EE BXPERIEHCED PEWTER. Give us a trial. FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKST3. THE known." Has charge of our Painting Department. -- . BEsTioUTE TO THE Wtt.t.tam Ttnvnn. a Muskecron (Mich.) bachelor who died a few days ago, lived In a llttlo room, did his own cooking poverty-stric- NORTH AND E&ST. JLtMAH VESTIBUtED COACHES, SLEEPIIIO AUD 0IH1H3 Cflflc THE SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER and everybody supposed ho was ken. An inventory of his estate shows 825,000 personal and $100,000 real H.46.RUPLEY,- Specitl attention given to Settlements of as Attorney and bale and Division of SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, n. ants' Lands. Office on LancasterSt. overSupt. W. F. McCla Now closing up) with the same ass.u and und.r the same management. 9 y'sotfice. By provisions of Its chatter, depositors fully protected as aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders being held individually .IV VOU ARK GOING liaole to the catcnt of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, ia addition to th amount invested in such shares. It may acta eiecutor. administrator, trustoe, Ac, as fully as an individual. ......THK...... To those who entrusted their buisiness to tu while mnaglni; lha Lincoln National Hack ol btanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience ii banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. coa-siste- nt estate. SORFOLKWESTERf. RAlLROAi CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. s. J.'V"i.f.tt. Dcscrlptl Write for TlstcJ, Map. mphlcu, Jo nnstation Agent, or to ALLIN HUH, ,L Time-Tablc- Tr...Ucra.l "-.- '. Gov. Monnn.L gives it out flat and cold that ho will never sign a death warrant unless tho Btatuto relating to capital punishment is mado mandatory. Every governor of Kansas has taken tho samo view of tho matter, and if thcro is to bo any legal hanging in that stato tho legislature will havo to l& f& L&tf&.L LouiaviLic a NA8HVILH -- R. R. - J J' J. WillUmi.Mt. V.rnon0;' Is the line for you, as it Double Daily Trains connections at Make.clos. Is Receiving Hia LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give mc call. (HROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information IDKS. KICK. Aeent. ejq!r cf Stanford, Kyi , . H. Shanks, btanford ; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J, Emory, Stanford; J, 13. Owsley, Stanford; J. F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; A. W, Carpenter, MllledgevilU, W. H.CumuilruPieachersl II S. ii, &hnka, President, Dr. J.B. Owsley. Caihl.r. W. M. Urlght, Tell,,- -.