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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895090601 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. sn Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6. 1895. . m NO. 64 K Elder Buck, pastor of tho Christian Tho Dlxlo Oluh was entertained Joseph Adama, aged 05, died in Eld. Green Leo Surberdolivered two church at Ghent, wan married to Mies Monday night by John M. Farra at hia . oyie. a wiuow anu seven ehlldreu good eermona in thia place. Una Penn. home on Stanford'street. survive him. Advocate. A delightful entertainment waa givDUFFY, Principal, Kliler D. G. Combs' meeting at Miss Julia May Gaines entertained Martin Gentry Bhot Juno Coving- en by home talent at the Madison county, has had 02 ad the young members of thu "juvenilo ton, a negro, three times in a quarrel ovA large delegation waa to have gone boI" at her home on Richmond atreet er a woman at Richmond. dition, and the moating continues. from here Saturday to tho Hardin-BradlA lull Preparatory Course lor College it furnished, also brancho essential to a Thorough English Eider George Gowen's meetlug at Tuesday evening Education. Mist Mattie I. Pax ton will again fill the position of Assistant. Dr. J. W. Costello, a prominent phydebato at London. McOormacka is progressing llnoly with MbaSullio Anderson'H kindergarten sician of Monticello, is dead. He served Mt. Vernon is allvo and growing. If seven additions to date. It will continue Buhool oponed on Monday. Miss Ander- under Gen. Morgan during tho war. you want a healthful place in which to son hns taught n most successful school over Sunday. N. L. Cnrry has declined the repub locate thia ia the one you seek. -- Rev. W. R. Dudley, of tho Moth-oill- st , for four consecutive yeare. lican nomination for representative from The Crab Orchard bsse ball team .. cnurch at Hamilton. 0., has been ut. iiBiieck iialiou, of Bryantsville, Mercer and W. E. Gill has been substi- came down here Saturday and wiped up OPENS SEPTEMBER suspended for n year for obtaining gooda was engaged in a diliiculty on Tuesday tuted. the Mt. Vernon nine to the tune of 18 with Alvln Eates, of thia place, and fired under fal60 protensea. J. J. Taylor, proprietor of the to 15. Kev, V, K. Illnshaw, n young Moth-odi- hia piatol at him, but failed to hit him Racket Htore at Danville, has mado an The firm of Jones & Wolah, imr. Special attention to Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, preacher, ia on trial nt Danville, EsteB hud attempted to etriko Bailou assignment for $5,000, assets half that chants of this place, have dissolved by Science, 13cllcs-Lettre- s and Music. Send for a Catalogue. first. mutual consent, Mr. Jones buying Mr. Iud., for tho murder of hia wife and amount. MRS. M. W. BERRY, Principal. Died on Wednesday of consumption developments are looked (or. Welsh's interest. Mr. Farris F. and Mrs. Laura The Mt. Vernon Institute will Tho will of Milllonolro M. A. Payne, in thia county a fow miles of Lancaster, were called upon Sunday to giva next Monday. Prof. Walton and of Malvern, la., leaves $20,000 to the Mrs. George A. Arnold. Burial on up their infant eon, Piflliam Coleman, board of church extenslou of tho Meth- Thursday in the Lancaster Cemetery. aged two years. He was a bright little Misaea Kinnaird and Ritchio are the teachers selected to conduct it. odist church Houth, located in Louis- Mrs. Arnold was a Miss Logan, Bister of fellow aud died of meningitis. Full course in Literary Department. Meears. John M. and II. N. T. Logan. Mr. Will White moved hia saw mill ville There is talk of an oil refinery at In tho trial of Lapsloy Clark iur at- Burnaido incase tho Wayne county wells Monday to a tract of land North of town Five Months with Board, &c, for SS5, Honors, like troubles, rarely come $90, S95, according to grade. Bingly. W. LaRuo Thomaa waa elected tempt nt robbing tho store-rooof R. pan out as expected. Burnslde has iust whero ho will paw a large quantity of moderator of hia association on hia re- 11. Batbon, the jury uiied to agree. The completed a system of water works that lumber for McKenzio & Baker. J. M. HUBBARD, President, from Boston, where tho Knight other brother, an accomplico of Lapaluy, beats anything ever attompted by a town Tho Ladies' Aid Society met with turn Gallatin, Tennessee. will also have his trial this court. There of its size. Miss Mattie Williams this week. At a Howard Female College, Templars mado him their highest are several indictments against him. The State Inspector has recommed-e- d recent election Mrs. F. L. Thompson wsb Elder Joe Severance, Jr., haa ro Tho Methodists of thia community IT TAKES A- the rejection of the largest part of chosen president and Mrs. D. N. Wilturned from Harrison county, where he are to build a new church soon upon the claims for witness foes in the s liams, held a meeting at Unity, which present Bite. They have already aa much murder trial at Barbourvilie. There The farm recently purchased by Mr. besides warming up tho members, ro- - as 51,200 subscribed aud 5500 moro prom were VS witnesses aud total cost to II. II. Baker of Mr. Alcorn, near Lang-forthe suited in tho addition of three to tho ised to them by tho Methodtat State tho State waa $2,321 for tho tast trial. is one of tho most fertile in the church. board. They hope eventually to raise county. Mr. Baker will improve it at Henry Halnnell, a white laborer, enough funds to build a $1,000 BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. once by erecting a neat residence theri-ostructure stole a Bible from a merchant at ChattaProf. Darnaby, of Lexington, and which will bo occupied by Mr. John For two long and wearisome weeks nooga and when caught up with said: Miss Mnury, of Knoxville, McKenzio and family. Tenn., have "I didn't mean anything woug. I accepted the two remaining vacnucka in the people hero have been bored alof tho streets having A most to death with some llvo or eix of ... wanted to read it and had no money to the graded school here. Garrard lit wapi. oprauun was cnoeeu To command attention in times like this. So we come crying with a College what I call tramp preachers, because ueen oruPre' t buy it." Ho was ruloaaed and presented is being much adorned and improved by they aro not recognized by Btiy church to conduct the work. The encroachloud voice to all the people. Come and see the first arrival's of beauwith one. being papered, painted aud uow furni on the lace of thu earth. If they aro on ments that have been made upon old tiful fall and winter goods in Dress Goods and Gents' and Youth's Elder J. S. Kendrick will bo abiein ture added for the new professor and hie tho Lord's side, I ask in the name of Main streec in tho past is something in Texas during October. He will at- full corpa of teachers. Clothing, and while the cry has been continually "up, up" on all God why don't some Christian organi- marvelous. Houses, porches and parte tend thu general convention of hia The meeting at Now Antioch conof residences aro found to be in the lines of goods, we can truly say we will sell every line at the oldfc church at Dallas and prior to that will tinues aud grows in interest under the zation open their doors and take them street. weight or summer goods at under their wings? On the contrary, conduct & meeting at Athens, Texas. Ho able miniBtry of Elders J. M. The public school, conductod. by prices, and any light Boswell, of they have not where to lay their heads Prof. Pierce and Misw Lucille Joplin, beused to be p.iator of the church nt Dal- Tennessee, and Graham Frank, of Lex- and in miny places where they are las. Advocate. gan Monday with about 100 iu attendington. Crowded houses greet the zeal- known tho doors are shut in their fBcea. Rev. Henry E. Davis has been asked ous young workers and n ance. Tho large aud pleasant rooms of number of Lan- In other places, I am told, they have renovated school house present a to resign his pastorate at Ansouia, Conn,, caster people attend and report much been shut out and would occupy colored the most inviting appearance and with two Come and see our new stuff. Our Shoe stock was bought before the because of hia open declaration that enthusiaaiam and good preaching. churches mid shelter in their houses at working people should have their oxcellent tcacherB to conduct it,',we feel great advance and we are in position to make it profitable for you to Miss May Hughes, an accomplished night with them. assured of the Buccets of the school. amusement on Sunday and becauBo he unu persevering musician, leaven trade with us. Come and try it. uoxt I am told on good authority that in Mr. Willio Gilmoro and cousin, Mies organized a base ball team from the week for Cotuer University at Bethany, this meeting just cloaod thero haa been Gilmore, of Pulaski, visited the tfamily members of his church just after preach- Nebraska, as the music teacher in that the most shameful conduct, such as rolling one Sunday morning. institution. As this is Miss Hughes' ing on the floor in the dirt, shouting and of Judgo McOluro last week. Mr. Tom Miller and children are the guests of After a pastorate of four years, the third year her friends and relatives think screaming as though Gabriel had blown Mr. M. J, Miller. Mrs. W. M. Weber limit under the Methodist itinerancy, it quite a compliment to her as woll his trumpet aa a signal for a finish up Hey. W. E. Arnold will preach hia fare- as u proof of and daughters are visiting Mrs.; James VV. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. HOCKER. her prollency in music. horo on this earth. Robinson, of Middleaboro. Mrs. Green, well sermon hero next Sunday morning. Mr. H. 0. Payne, of Athens, is the I am also told they have what 1 of Bernstadt, will occupy MrsJ Georgia His labors in this field have been great- guest of her mother. Mrs. Ann Hopper. torm a rod faced Irishman along who by Rice's property. Mrs. D. N. Williauip, ly blessed and no pastor haa ever won a Mr. J. Joseph and children have re- the move of the hand or wink of the Mrs. 0. C. Williams and daughters are warmer place in the hoarta of hia peoplo turned from a visit to relatives in Eaton, oye in always ready to jump to his feet - C3 visiting relatives at Kingston. Mrs. John than he. The church will bo fortunate 0. Gunnel Uaydeu, of JeBsamiue, is and shout nt tho top of hia voice, "Glory if the conference about to convene will visiting hia Fich and son have returned from a visit cousin, Brunnon Beazley. glory Hallalujah, I am Rived, I am sancto relatives in Eastern Kentucky. Mr. send another preacher even measurably Misd Florence Jenkins, of Danville, is tified," and all such stuff which is calcuso acceptable. tho guest of Miss Maud Robinson. Miea lated to excite tho woaker class and pre- W. A. B. Davis is improving his resiSusie Z.inono ia visiting her aunt, Miss pare thorn for the lunatic asylum. I dence. Mr. John Piorco is assisting in CRAB ORCHARD. We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet MaryTravlor, in Lincoln. Miss 01iia learn that two of our young ladies who the Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drugfor last Issue.) (Intended Sweeney is visiting relatives In Somerset claim to he sanctified aro now making A monntain editor thus appeal to his gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most MIm Lottie Dillon haa returned and enjoying the fair. Mr. John M. preparations to travel with tho tramp delinquent sucscribers: "If you shave You can save money by having your preliberal discount for cash. home from an extended visit to friendo Orand has returned to his home in Wa preachers who aro perfect strangers to frequent headaches., dizziness and faint- scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and in Danville, Richmond and other places co, Texas, after a visit of several weeks those poor girls. I advise them to stay ing spells, chilblains, epilepsy and jaun- accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line during tho summer. Miss Alice Mooro to tho family of H. 0. Jennings. Master in ttieir t'athers' kitchen, let it be ever bo dice, it is a sign that you are not iwell of Spectacles. i&L, H. Bellebaum, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. went over to Lancaster to bo present Fred Grant, of Danville, was n visitor humble. These girls and the and are liable to die at nny minute. Pay with "The Boys" Friday evening and this week of his little cousin, Joe Fran Irshman are the side show attached to your subscription two years in advance, will spend some days with friends there cis rriee. .nrs. .MatUo Busby and two sanctification. Aftor tho sermon is over and thus make yourself solid for a ?good Mies Mario Leanella, accompanied by daughters, Misses Eugenia and Barbara then they riso to their feet, screaming obituary notice. Mr. Doty, came over from Point Leavell Allen, leave Sunday for their new home and clapping their hands to alarm poor Senator W. M. Stewart, the editor of - And Saturday to spend a few days with in St. Louis. Miss Lizzie Wherritt left feeble minded souls and cauao them to the Silver Kuight, prints this beautiful friends. Dr. Guy Fayno ia up from Liv- Thursday after a visit of several months rush frantic into their snaroaet for them- llttlo editorial: "The biggest liar from ingston for a few days with homo folks- to Kentucky relatives for her homo D. R at Liarsville is an angel beside the sordid, Mrs. Alice Newland ia on nn extonded Vicksburg, Miss. Will Hiatt, of Lex morceuary, satellite of HUBBLE. trip to Middleaboro, Cumberland Gap, ingtou, has been visiting Lancaster Wall street, who ia eternally shriekiug TheKnoxvillo and other points South. Most all the wheat has been sold friends. Miss Lizzie Jennings, of Paint the cause of free silver is dead." Tno meeting of the Lincoln County Lick, is visiting her uncle, W. R. Ro in this community at 05c in tho last that A wee little one was not pleased with Teachers' Association, which met here a mnns, and family. J. G. Sweeney, Jr., weok. something her father did, and said, with 10 o'clock a M., Saturday, waa more than haa Bro. Brewer, of Bradfordaville, will returned from a visit to relatives in a deal of emphasis: "If I had known You are invifed to call and see them. a success. Tho program was both enter Adair county. John Johnston left Thurs- will preach at Bright'a school-houswhat kind of a papa I was going to have, and wna woll ro day to enter taluiug and instructive the K. U. at Lexingtcn, next Saturday and Sunday nights. I'd havo staid with Dod." celved from start to llnlah. The welcome Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbio and Miea Dr. Kinnafrd was called to see Mrs. Elltn "Thero's one thing I don't underaddress by Prof. Scott Anderson could OwBloy visited Mre. W. 0. Price, of Dan G. A. Swinebroad a few days ago. At stand," said little Harry. "That's why not have boon beaten, bcott anoweu up ville, this week. Miss Eueonia Bush this writing she is much improved. good tasting things like pie make me tho good points about Crab Orchard and leaves next week to enter Beamout ColJ. J. Walker, while up a tree trim- sick, while bad tasting things like mediher citizena as fow others could. The lege at Harrodsburg. Homer Batson ming it last Saturday, let tho ax coma cine make me well. It ought to be the response by Prof. C. II. Holmes waa also leaves this week to again enter Ken- down on his foot, cutting a very ugly other way." good. Tho remaining part of tho morn- tucky University. Miss Lizzio Said a little boy who. during a visit to Steele, of gash on top of it. Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of ing program composed of a paper on Nicholasville, is tho guest of hor Jake Kobinson has returned to Mid- Florida, was obliged to drink condensed aunt, school management by Miss Maybolle Mrs. T. B. Walker. Roy. after a very pleasant visit milk, "Mamma, I just wlsu that 0. M. Raid, of dleaboro Fayne; a vocal boIo by Mies Eva Steger Colorado, is horo tho guest of his par- amoug us. Col. Underwood and wifo cow would die!" and other things scarcely loss excolleut ents, Mr. and Mra.T. W. Iteid. and L G. Hobble are attending the Somwero very interesting and well received Half faro excursions from LouiBville to erset Fair. Governor McCreary is in tho primo of In tho afternoon Dr. Doores, ono of O. Miss Nellie Watson has been sick for points on the "Bia Fouu Routk." Will We handle O'b. beat physicians, gavo a abort locturo lifo and is a man of the highest integri- several days. Mrs. Wm. Stone, of Stan- sell excursion tickets from Louisville to Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. and approved machinery. Come and examine on Physiology and Hygiene. Papers by ty and most admirable abilities. In his ford, is visiting relatives in this commu- all points on its line, within a radius of nothing but reliable Prices all right. The season is getting Miss Georgia Lewis and Supt. Miss Kate own district he is so highly regarded nity. Dr. Peyton was called to Bee 300 miles, at the rate of one faro for the our stock before buying. and a recitation by Miss Beesio that he always held it safe for the dem- Spencer Hubble, who is Buffering from round trip, on September 10 and 14, good short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line Blain Fayne were among tho many good things ocratic party. When other districts stomach aud heart trouble. to return until October '3, 1S93. This. of Buggies and Surreys. additional on the afternoon program. Tho have been close, and soraotimes have Judge Cole and son aro up from will give visitors at Louisville during the question box was opened and many faltered, Governor McCreary has always Cumberland county to see his daughter, G. A. R. encampment an opportuniy of W. I WITHERS, Salesman. questions of importanco and interest been able to hold tho eighth perfectly Mrs. Wm. Snow. S, Dunbar has return making Bide trips to points in Ohio, Inwero asked and expatiated upon by the secure. He is a man who in political ed aud reports (rood crops and plenty of diana and Illinois. Call at ticket office, talent present. The Hon. Fontaine For and private lifo is so truo to his friends fruit in the "State of Russell." A. N. 218 Fourth Ave., Louisville, Ky for Bobbitt, "The Cicero of tho Mountains," and to his promises that his word is as Surbor and Mart Smithern wero up from tickets and full information. S. J. Gates, was a prominent factor. The teachers good as his bond. As Senator he would Pulaski with a bunch of stock hogp, general egent passenger department. all expressed themselves dolighted with be a credit to his State, and would be a which they sold to Eubanks Bros, at 5 Lane, the cowardly murderer of the the day spent in our llttlo town and wo valuablo assistant in furthering the wel- about Ijc. selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and I am now Rodeubaughs at Versailles, waived exonly wish there had been more of them fare of Kentucky. In Congress he has amination and was remanded to the on easy monthly payments, orjany other terms to suit the purchaser Mt. Xknia. Hogs are dying in thia hero to partake of our good things to eat always occupied a high position, and he waters of always commanded the respect of every neighborhood with what Is supposed to Frankfort jail till the next Woodford best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line and to drink of the administration since he has beon in pub- be cholera. Stock water is getting ex- court. Col. Breckinridge and other of goods as can be found any where in the land. historic old Crab Orchard. . m ceeding scarce on many farms. Mr. and prominent lawyers will defend him and lic Hie. Louisville Truth. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever Guarantood Ouro. Mra.'Daniel Stagg entertained a number put up the pitful plea of Belt defense. sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. We authorise cur advertised drucfitst to sellyou-DOuro for Hoadaoho. Senator Lindsay finds tho situation of friends Wednosday by giving a big M& Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Klne's New Dlscoyery for Consumption, As a all forms of Headache Electric Couehs anil Cold, upon this condition: If you Bitters remedy for to bo haa proved the very best. It effects dinner in honor of their beloved pastor, in Eastern Kentucky full of encouragewith a Cough, Cold or any Lung a Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking are afflicted permanent cure and most dreaded habitual Rev. W. E. Arnold, and wife. Quite a ment for democrats. Throat, or Cheat trouble and will use this remedy sick headache yields the its to influence. We urge giving it a lair trial and this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue according to direction!, experience no benefit, jou may return the bottle all who are atlllcted to procure a bottle and jive number of applications havo been seThey loved and wed as lovers ought, teaching as before. Address remedy a fair trial. In cases ol habitual and have your money refunded. 1 J could not this cured for the organization of a Mt. Xenia Electric Hitters And when a year was done, make thu offer if we did not know that Dr. Kingi needed tone to the bowels cures by giving the and few cases lonjr re- Maccabee lodge, the peoplo taking bold New Discovery could belied upon. It never They still bad but a single thought use Triafbottles free at A. R. Penny! sist theonly ol this medicim. Try it once. Large And that a little ono. bottlea o cents at A. R. Pentiy'i Druj Store. of the mattor very readily. Jg tore' Large ile joe and $l. at J Flat-wood?. - OF A LOCAL NATURE. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Stanford Male .Academy, F.J. court-hous- e. OZFZEisTS ey SEPT. 3ttJD, 1895. 9TH. a Paris Classical Institute at sen-eation- al Fan-did- ge 10-op- en Educate Your Daughters. tii otll-ce- r, -- Fields-Ad-kin- vice-preside- 10-da- ds, n, Load, Bold Voieel 1 . ! Almost Your Own Price I HUGHES & TATE. & - X)E;TTa STAFFORD, - - CRAIG HOCKER, ISTS, KEJNrTTTCKTTo post-offic- e. red-face- d - - t. ANCHOR STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, -- BEST IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDIN I e LOOK HERE con-denee- d Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, B. K. WXAR2B1T. PIANOS and ORGANS. life-givin- r. on P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. The Associated Press, which always republican proclivities, sent out a big cock and bull story about the way Col. Bradley was Stanfohd, Ky., September G, 1985 "hooted down" at Eminence, which was published in the N. Y. World and many mi-Wee- InteriorJourmi colors its news to Btiit its W. P. WALTON. of Virginia, has announced bis candidacy (or U. S. Senator on a sound money platform. In his letter lie ahowB the folly of attempting to Gov. O'Farrbll, 4. f maintain a parity between gold and silver under a freo silver coinage law, not approved by the loading nations, and shows how ruinous such a policy would bi especially from a farmor'n standpoint. la answer to the charge that his present attitude on the qnestion is inconsistent with his course in Congress, ho says ho was never an out and out free coinage man, but if he had been and discovered the fallacy of tho policy by the closer study of the question, which he had given it, be would Dot hesitate to admit hia error, retrace his steps and attempt to undo the injury he had done in mislead ing the people. He is confident that the eilyer craze will go the way of the green back craze and that the question will be settled even before the next National election. The governor's bold stand induces the hope that he is backed by pop ular sentiment in the Old Dominion and that he will down Senator Daniel, who is making his canvass on a free silver ap peal to the unthinking masses, who are ever caught with schemes which promise to make money plentiful. other papers. Ono big fellow in his shirt sleeves and not ten feet from tho speakers' stand yolled in fog horn tones, it says, "We wont listen to no d d republican. Wo don't want no negro rule." After Col. Bradley retired, the story continues, "Gen. Hardin was called for. That gentleman came forward and in tones which denoted that he was fully as angry as Col. Bradley, told the crowd that under no consideration would ho mako them a speech after the way they had treated his opponent. He regretted that democrats Bhould conduct themselves thus and hoped they would never bo" called upon to witness such dif graceful scenes again." All of which is a lie pure and simple, except that some drunken men wero boisterous, without any specially intention, apparently, to be discourteous to the republican candidate. Jcstick Bkkwkr in his address before the bar association the other day, said that appeals in criminal cases, giving opportunities to escape on some technical plea, were undermining the strength and impairing tho infuence of the jury system, while it encouraged lynching as the only certain process of protecting society from the criminal. He thinks the trial jury can be better trusted to do justice to the accused than an appellato court and secure protection to tho public by the speedy punishment of a criminal. "Better an occasional blunder," said he, "than the abundant reviewing of higher courts by which justice is generally delayed and often seriously defeated." As a fellow said onco in speaking of a cer tain mineral water, the courts of appeal especially, the Kentucky court, is entirely "too d n technical." It is bringing the law into contempt and aggravating a spirit of mob law every time It reverses a case on a more technicality. Co. has shown conThe Mason-Foaclusively that no State official was oyer paid a large, or any other sum, out of tho profits of the concern and that the charge of the Louisville Troth that a check was in existence to provo the contrary is without foundation. We are surprised that Editor Finley Bhould have lent his aid to the dirty republican scheme to make capital. rd Frank Anderson, of Tnporto, Ind., sold the family Biblo for money with which to buy whisky. In Oklahoma two farmers fought with an ax and pitchfork. Ono is dead and tho other will die. Bud Thompson crushed John skull with a stone in h fight near Somerset over a woman. In Massachusetts a lady cyclist colli led with a Bulky and a corset steel was forced through her heart. Mrs. Allco Fleming, of Now York City, ia under arrest for murdering her nibther to get her money. William Butcher, a desperate negro, was taken from jail at Hickman, by a mob and bis head shot oil. Only ono each of Lincoln aud Davis' cabinet survive, James Harlan of Abe's and John II. Reagan of Jell's. Tho United States mints during August coined $4,517,000, of which $4,072, 200 was gold and $748,000 silver. Cholera is reported to bo increasing in Japan and China, aud the deaths in Peking are said to exceed 1,500 a day. Typhoid fover is raging at Athens, a Hmftll villace in Favette. There aro 23 cases, two of which have proved fatal. The Baltimore Sun again gives Secretary Carlisle a boom for the presidency and discusses his chances most favorably. An Arkansas physician killed his mother with a meat cleaver and then committed suicide bv cutting several arteries. Uenry H. Wolfe, it Co. of Louisville, one of the largest wholesale clothing firms In the South, has assigned for God-bey- 'a After deciding not to make a lower fare to the Atlanta Exposition than 75 percent, of the regular rate, Westoru railroad managers have agreed to mako EVER OFFERED CAN BE HAD AT THE a rato of ono Ure for the round trip for tho proposed Corhett Fizslmmons oduca-tonexhibition at Dallas. Tho republicans at Winchester to let John D. White answer Gen. Hardin, although he agreed to a division of time, fearing that it might give tho democrats a precedent for a demand upon Col. Bradley for a division of timo when he ventures to speak thero. A few days ago tho It is rather early for Fall Goods, still wc have so many new and of a proeporoui farmer living pretty things that wc can't hely talking about some of them. Besides daughter near Westville, Miss., gave birth to a newc never let others get ahead of us in showing the gro child and simultaneously ono of tho negro farm hands took to the woods. Ue waa pursued and captured by a largo crowd of men and boys, and was strung up to a treo In Strong River Swamp. Tho trial of James O'Hara for the killing of John Glacking in Williams-tow- n one year ago, resulted In a verdict manslaughter, and his punishment Our fall and winter dress goods arc in and arc now on sale. It emof fiiod at two years, hut upon somo tech- braces New Wrapper Goods, New Capes, New Outings, New Cloaks, nical urounds tho defendant has been New Flanncllcttc, New Underwear, granted a new trial, aud one of the jurymen who sat in the case haa been finrd $25 and 25 days in jail for contempt of court in not obeyinc Instructions. BIGGEST BARGAINS al ed Louisville Store. Goods of The Season. t - First low FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. the American Protective Association attempted to inveigle Hon. A. J. Carrol), candidato for the Legislature in a Louisville district, into a secret conference, but he wisely declin ed its overtures and read tho riot act to it and the oath bound organization it represented. He regards it as a menace to our form of government and as the g ligitimate descendant of the A committee of know-nothin- There were no bidders at the adver tised sale of tho Kentucky Midland as no one wanted it at tho upset price of $320,000. 1250.000. organization, which not only proscribed citizens becauBeof their religious Relief, but because of birth, and which wrote its history in that city and country in anarchy, violence and bloodshed, and is unalterably opposed to dragging religion into politics. Mr. Carroll's position ia the proper one, but it takes a candidate of considerable courage to eay what he does in Louisville, where the A. P. A's. were strong enough to elect Walter Evans to Congress over Mr. McDermott, simply because the latter is a Catholic. Gov. Bucknek has withdrawn from tho Senatorial race, because "in many legislative districts personal interests seem arrayed against party success, and candidates supposed to be favorable to mo are nevertheless a target for opposition in the party. Thus untrammled with any candidacy of my own, I can the more earnestly urge the support of the whole democratic ticket and advocate the platform of principles as construed by eTery memrer of the party at the time of its adoption." Such unselfish patriotism is rare in these days of the place seeker, who usually has more braes than brains and more self aesertivenees than sense. Goy. Buckner has served his State and his country long and well and if life and health still favor him, the people who love and revere him, will yet reward hia sacrifice and party devotion Tub Louisville Post yells at the top of its voice that "Hardin must be beaten." But Hardin wont be beaten. The democracy of Kentucky is not going to turn the State over to the rads, just because Hardin has ideas on economic questions, in the solution of which he will have not so much to do as the Ameer of Afghanistan. In his card of retiracy Gov. Buckner raps the silver fanatics over the head by saying he will "continue to advocate the platform as construed by every member of the party at the time of ita adoption." There is no doubt that the declaration was for sound money, even Joe Black burn expressing himself very emphatically of that opinion. The hairy heathen who runs the Blue Grass Blade is always in hot water. This timo he in perhaps over his head, A U. S. marshal has him under arrest for sending obscene matter through the mails, an offense to which a heavy pen alty is attached, if proven. The old man will die in yet if be doesn't look sharp. ?r tl received at Winchester, where be sensibly Baid nothing about free silver. Perhaps he has accepted tho central committee's apOf the $13,007,017 raised by taxation peal for harmony and laid bis opinions in New York, three counties, Kings, on economic questions on the altar o New York and Erie, which are demo- democracy. Let us hope so at least. cratic, pay G3 per cent, of it. Most of NEWSY NOTES. the rest of the State is republican. It is the same way in Kentucky. Of the milThe treasury gold reserve is below lion dollars of net revenue republican the $100,000,000 mark. counties only contribute a little over States Senator J. T. Low-i$11,000. The republican is not a of Virginia, is dead. party. Neither is it a party of A ga8 meter bnrat at Providence, It. intelligence. Take away the unlettered I., and killed five persons. whites and the ignorant nogroes and The "drys" carried tho local option there would be no republican party in election at Bentou by nine votes. Kentucky. Tue Chinese village at the Atlanta Exposition will have 204 boy actors. An Indiana man who only served five One man was injured and 13 houses days has made application for a pension. demolished by a cyclone at Huntington, He enlisted, went as far as Indianapolis and was mustered out of the army five Tenn. The McGriil brothers, twins, of Gedays later, the war having closed. The neva, O., have just celebrated their 91st "rheumatiz" has struck him an J ho discovers 30 years afterwards that it was birthday. Henry Freeman, who killed Bob caused by his laying on a clod of dirt, at West Liberty, was held over while sleeping on the capitol grounds. A frauds on tho pension without bail. great many of the E. H. Taylor & Sons have bought rolls live off the government by claiming the J. Swigert Taylor distillery in Frank-lito have rheumatism, a disease which can for 510,000. be feigned without chance of discovery. At Wilksbarre, Pa., a Dr. Godfrey Hunter, chairman of killed a neighbor who assayed the role If the republican campaign committee, of peacemaker. The national public debt on the lost doesn't bump himself hia homo coanty Cumberland will go democratic. The day of August, leBs cash in the treasury, of county ia one of tho smallest in the State, waa S942.024.323. A hotel, the opera house and a livbut ita jail ia tho fullest, 22 of the doctor's republican friends being incarcera- ery stable with 23 horeea were burned at Washington, Ind. ted therein. Ex-Unit- Pain, the king of pyrotechnics, will have charge of that department of the Louisville display next week and it will be of a particularly unique character. The two bridges that span the Ohio will be made into an imitation of Niagara Falls and the fireworks will be kept going just like a flow of water. Camp Cp Id well is rapidly assuming a military appearance and it will be an interesting sight to see the 3,000 old veterans quartered in the 250 tents. The city will bo ablaze at night with electric lights artistically arranged and flags and other patriotic emblems will give it a gala appearance at day. It will be worth a trip thither to see tho airs the Falls City can put on when she tries to. jll Tub Lexington Leader is trying to scare 'em off in this wise, but Norman says it wont work: If General Hardin or anyone else goes following the republican candidate for governor around and attempts to interfere with him at his speaking appointments, there is going to be trouble, that's all. Hardin was enthusiastically ed s, tax-payi- ng Ar-ne- tt n wife-beat- er AtSheepshead Bay Tuesday Riley Grannan is said to have lost over $25,000, while Pittsburgh Phil quit tho day about $30,000 ahead. An increase of 15 per cent, has been made In the wages of the employes of tho Appalachian iron furnace at Big Stone Gap, Va. F. W. Whittridge bought for the bond holders, the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Louisville railroad 72 miles for $5CO,000. B Editor Gratz, of Lexington, will ask the Legislature to repeal the law against the carrying of concealed weapons so far as it relates to women. Saturday and Snnday frost fell In Minnesota and the Dakotas, and killing frosts in Canada. In the extreme North west, ice was formed. Judge Linn, Gov. Brown's appointee, was nominated by primary over Morrow by a majority of 400 for circuit judge in the 3d district. William Davis was fatally shot at Wllkesbarre, Pa., by Fred Chapman, while endeavoring to prevent the latter from whipping his wife. Jacob Burier was struck on the head with a base ball thrown by the pitcher, and died from the effects of it a few hours later, at Now Philadelphia, O. Mohammedans who attacked a Hindoo procession in India were fired upon by the police. Five were killed and 50 wounded, five of whom have died. George Eaton, night watchman of L. & N. at MIddlesboro, shot and tho seriously wounded Jake White, who waa attempting to break into a car. At Asheville, N. 0., a riot among negroes, in which several were injured, waa precipitated by an attempt of a mob to rnn a negro preacher out of town. have been ex Communications changed by heliograph between the sum-mi- t of Pike'B Peak and army headqua-f- i tera In Denver, over GO miles in an air line. George O. Fraker, of Kansas, on account of whoso supposed death tho insurance companies were compelled to pay over $5,8000, haa been found alive In Minnesota. Some abandoned gas wells in Indiana have begun to discharge oil. Alarm has been occasioned by the fear that the oil would catch fire. It would be unmanageable in that case. In a general fight in Union county, Tenn., between Lnm and Frank Hamilton and John and Henry McOreary each of them was Bhot two or more times. It is probable that ail will recover. Peter Zimmerman, the noted Pennhas served 10 terms sylvania horse-thieyears in in State prisons more than-4stealing horses has become all. He says a mania with him and that be can not help it. Another negro haa been taken from a Kentucky jail and murdered by a mob Thia time at for "general cusaodnesB." He got loose and ran and waa Hickman. literally shot to pieces by the cowardly men in masks. The battle flaga used by the Union regiments from Kentucky during the war and now treasured by the State, will be taken from Frankfort and placed on exhibition in Louisville during the G. A. R. oncampment. The drouth in the central part of In; diana was broken by an unusually heavy rain Tuesday night, a fall of from four to eight Inches being reported. Great damage was done In Indianapolia and other placea by flooded streets and overflowed Btreams. According to a report mado by State Inspector Gardner, the Commonwealth's attorney of Carter county haa filed a claim for reward for the arrest of hia own client, a man charged with murder, whom be bad been employed to defend before he became public prosecutor. f, 0 A lot of stock ewes eold at Paris at per head. Texas' cotton crop this year ia val- - New Towels, New Ginghams, New Comforts, New Blankets, Our ued nt fSO.OOO.OOO line of Gent's Furnishing Goods is complete and is marked at prices For sale-- 20 feeding hogs, 150 lbs. that cannot be touched by our competitor. average. S. J. Embry. A. W. Carpenter sold to Jess Fox 50 hogs, 200 pounds average, at at 4. Win. Harris bought of various par ties a hunch of heifers at 2J to 3c. A Jessamine county farmer Ib aaid to have raised a 9SJ Ib. watermelon Fall weight black cheviot suits in single and double breast, black clay Milt Young has bought Lamplighter worsted sack and frock. A good, honest, suit for men at for $7,500 and will placo him in tho stud. L. B. Nunnellev fc Sons sold to J. H. S2.50. Bauehman A Cc. 1.100 bushels of wheat $1 New Table Linens, New Lace Curtains, New Napkins, New Window Shades, CLOTHinsra- x well-made atGOc. a Milt Young, of tho famous McGrnth-ianStock Farm, has refused $00,000 for his young stallion, Hanover. The estimate of tho cotton crop for A: URBANSKY & CO.,'. Proprietor, the past vear is 9.001,231 bales, exceed Ti D. RANEY, Manager. ing the largest previous crop by 805.S72 bales. Branch Stores. Strayed from my farm 11 shoats, GO to 70 lbs., threo red, rest black and white spotted. Will Rive reward for their re- Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. turn. W. A. Hail. Rey el Santa Anita beat Henry of Navarre who was the favorite 3 to 5, in the Twin City handicap at Sheepsbead Bay, 11 miles, time 2:07. The PantHgranh says that J. H. Neff, of Richmond haa handled an aver age of 1.45G dozen eggs weekly for the last month at 0 cents a dozen. Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sr., bought of various parties in Boyle G2 feeding cattle -The Celebrated- at 4c. Mr. Owsley has over 100 extra fine 1,000 pound cattle for Bale. A Tod county farmer has a field of watermelons so prolific that it keeps two hands constantly pulling them in order to givo the little ones a chance to grow. The best on earth. The best is always the cheapest. Try one. The noted trotting dogs Ned and Kansas Cyclone, hitched to little sulkies driven by boys, will contest for a purso of $500 at the Louisville race course next week. Tip Bruce bought 50,000 pouuds of hay from Rniney Bros, for $250 for the lot. Thero is considerable trading In ciover seed at $4 to $4.75 a bushel-Advoc- ate. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, TOU NEED ONE. 1 Vulean Chilled Plows, W. H. WEAKEN & CO. The disastrous effect of tho free z in Florida last winter is shown by an esWe are now ready to show our customers the largest and best ns- timate of the State's orange crop, which sorted line of Carpets ever brought to Stanford. You can ccrtainly h placed at 100,000 boxes, against 5,003-00- 0 find just what you are looking in Moquettcs, Velvets, Body Brussels, boxes the previous year. Logan Denny will take his good sad- Tapistry Brussels, All Wool Ingrains, Hemp and Straw Mattings, Oil dle mare, Frances P., to St. Louis and Cloths, Lcnolium Mattings, Coco Matts, Rugs, Napias Matting, try for a piece of the $1,200 premium for Dutch Three Ply. You can not afford to miss our bargains. mares and geldingB. She is a great mare Make it a point to sec our goods and you will know where to purand will make the winner of the blue tie chase your fall floor coverings. live hard if she doesn't wear it heieelf. Norria Bros , of tho stock pons 850 cattle on sale Monday, and GOO sold. Prices ranged all tho way .from 2 Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. to 4 cents, mostly at about 3 cents. They is proving a sucsay the cattle pen idea When a man comes to the pens cess. ho comes to trade, and cattle sellers are standing not bothered with fellows around in the way, as they used to bo on the streets. I Smith &Turley report purchase Monday, by Carithers fc Beard, Lexington, of a car of 4 to 7 year-olmules at $45 to $75. Richmond Climax. Inks, Slates, School Bags, Paper. Frank Logan Bold to Weihl 10 fat cattle of 1,000 pounds average at 4J. One weighed 1,780 pounds. Joseph McDowell sold 30 fine, fat sugar mules to Gentry Broa. at something like $110 pjr bead. G. W. Dugan Bold 50 fat cattlo to And sold at prices that wc know will please you. Give them a call. Weihl for Goldsmith at 4 Jc. They averaged 1,500 pounds and went at once. Mr. Dugan declined $5.35 for tho cattlo in the Spring. D. O. Terhune has bought mule colts at an to date 100 at averago of $30 and G5 second-clasAdvocate. $17.20 Tho defeat of Henry of Navarro by Rel El Santa Anita at Sheepshead Bay, while not looked for, waa not a great surprise to those who havo watched the course of the various horses Byron McClelland has sold. For instance Halma FALL STOCK, nover knew defeat in his colors, but in a fow weeks after he sold him waa unmercifully beaten by Free Advlco. There ia a groat deal in knowing when to sell a horse and on this subject Mr. McClelAll Colors- land seems to bo thoroughly posted. Mr. Soft and Stiffs. re paid $37,500 for Henry of Belmont and hia defeat in bis first race must make him a little dissatisfied with hia purchase. io-da- y ro-port WITHERS & HOOKER SchoolBooks? Tablets?Fens7 Pencils d LARGE DISPLAY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. first-clas- s s Latest : Style : Shapes, -- Na-yar- H. I J. : M'ROBERTS. t tw 'a t . U" w InteriorJournul Stanford, Kv., Sciicsinnn 0, 1895 Boys Fall Ulotbini; at Shanks'. White duck ar.il Shanka'. nlto kid gloves a Sover If vour evesiiht is dim. trv Danks.1 the optician. Spectacles from f 1 up. m MATHIMONJALJJATTEnS. Special sale of black goods. anco & Sou. Gkaici & Uockbk handle the cheapest and best lino of paints on tho market. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Cottaob street. for rent on Harvey HpIhi. I r you want a neat fit in your Fal suit, call on Jesse D. Wearen, Merchant lower Main Tailor. V Deckbi.uann is unsurpassed na n rethe fatnnloril Oold Uaud will veiy pairer of watches and jowelry. The latest noveliieo can be found at probably escort the G. A. Its. of tbis Tho Mrork ladono wellnnd promptly. " The the leading jeweler's, Danks. county to Louisville next week. . stock ol wntches, novelties and jewelry he will take plenBuro in showing you ia For tho latest styles and lowest prices All persous having claims against complote, wHI Beloetud nnd at vory low in Fall suits call on Jesse D. Wearen. " Lincoln county must fllo same on beforo prices. At IVnnv'n Drug Store. . Auoust was hotter than the average of Sept. 21, 1893, hs no claims can be filtd PERSONAL POINTS. the month by 09, moro than 2J a day- after that date. Jamen F. Cummins, Clerk. Mrs. Hontr.T Hakdino, of Danville, is The new thing for skirts and suits is very ill. The first session of the Female Collego coating Beige. We have It. Severance Hon, Harvey IIklm was in Louisvillo under Dr. William Shelton opened with & Sou. this week. 05 pupils and tho Aidemy with Prof. Mies Sai.uk Ukntley is visiting friends It hao been pleasant all the week, but F. J. Dully assisted by Miss Mattie Pax-toat Livingston. tho signal service promises another warm with 22. , Miss Desrir of Woodford, is wave. There were a good many moon struck visiting Mrs. Steele Bailey. Silver manicure articles nnd up to peoplo in town Tuesday night. The K. J. Foley, the Confectioner, is date novelties at tho leading joweler's, night waa perfectly clear and every spending a few days in Richmond. Danks. phase of obscuration from the slightest Bledsoe Bailey is viMtlng his sister, A new line of ribbon and the latest beginning till the shadow passed off Mrs. II. D. Gregory, at Grayson. Call and could be seen. Mine Anoie Ballod, who has been things in veilings at Shanks'. see them. quite ill, was much better yesterday. A ctRCUa is bearing down on tbis part Mns. Woolfolk Givt.ss is upending a Ir you want a nice carpet go to With- of the State, but as usual Stanford will few days with Miss Pauline Grimes. ers A Hocker this week and let them be given tho It haa been so long Mrs. Dk. J. T. Morris, of the since wo had a circus that everybody hi s make it for you. section, is very ill of typhoid fever. . forgotten which was the last that pitchPlease pay your account at once. The ed its tent here. Barnes Wearen is visiting his sister, Mrs. It. G. Hal), at Somorset this week. business of A. K. Penny must bo settled. A Louisville masher has been fined John M. Hale hna accepted a position G. L. Penny, Exr. 15 for flirting in one of the parks. as clerk with tho Somerset Banking Co. Fall line of boys' clothing just receiv Stanford dudes, who intend visiting the Mk. 0. I. McRoiibrts, of Ackworth, ed at Shanks'. Any style and quality city next week, should eschew that di- Ga , is visiting his nephew, Mr. W. B. " and any price can ba found there. vertiHtuir ut or take an extra amount of McKoberla. t Mrs. Mattie Xevius and daughter, II. F, Horton, of Now Albany, has money uith them. visiting relatives in bought and shipped from t Ills place nearMiss Hallie, are Til k L. A N. will run a special train Rockcastle. ly 100,000 pounds of old iron and bones. from Rowland to Louisville next ThursM.IKE Owsi.ey and Kph Pennington Dr. Bourne bought of Georgo Pendle- day 12th, at 12.10 the round trip. Leave rent to Danville yesterday to enter Hog ton tho old store room on Lancaster Rowland at 5 a. m., returning leave Bett Academy. Louisville at 11 r. m., thus giving tboeo Mias Annie Bronauoii Knolkman left street for $125 and is having it fixed up who go a chance to get n full view of the this week to onter Potter College at for occupancy. . G. A. R. doings. J. S. Rice, agent. Bowling Green. Stam'oiiu Is getting much freo adverMrs. J. S. Owsley, Jr., with James tising now. Fourteen dog owners were fined 11 The article we printed in McKlwain, left Tuesday to visit her par each and costs and forced to pay the lilast lesue is being generally reproduced ontsat Franklin. cense on their canines at Danville. in the State papers. Mrs. W. B. Moss and Miss Kudoxia . We commend thia example to tho Stan-foi- d Moss haye returned from a visit to A car full of deaf and dumb children authorities, There are enough dogs friends in Virginia. from the mountain cornties, 75 in num- here, judging by the bideousness that Sam Kmiiry, Jr., Is at the Williams-bur- g ber, passed here Wednesday to enter the they give to night, to pay off the city fail and was to have started in the institution at Danville. debt if their owners were forced to pay bicycle racca yesterday. the license. Let it be done. Hon. John D. Fools, of Lebanon, will Mim Eva La mm km left yesterday Burqlars got in their work at Mr. W morning for Georgetown, where sho will address the democracy of Lincoln at tbo o next Monday at 1 o'clock in P. Tate's Monday night. Thoy broke attend college this session. Mihs Mahy Harris, of Abingdon, Vs., behalf of the democratic ticket. into a back room in which the family's the new art teacher, arrived on time and Havn you taken advantage of our re- winter clothing waa packed, and got i now at her post at the College duced silverware sale ? If not, you are three overcoats belonging to Mr. Tate, Mr. Frank Harris, of Clifton Forge, making a mistake, as we are olTering besides a new pair of boots and bis un some Va., is the guest of his sister, Miss Daisy genuine bargains to make room for Tato Fall derclothlng. Mrs. Mr. also lost C. E. Tate 25 who is with tho Misses Ballou. underclothes and stock. Danks, the Jeweler. pounds of Casey tobacco that he waa Mia. A. M, Pierce and Mrs. J. B. Mo Louisville people, at least some of saving to smoke. No clew. Kce, of Klngsville, spent several days . them, will get their money back on the with Mrs. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon. The democrats are called to meet at MK83R8. P. M. McHoiikkttj and E. D. G. A. K. meeting. Booms somo distance Scott drove to Somerset Monday night so out are held at IS a day and board your- their respective voting places afternoon, 7th, at 2 r. M , to name as to be there at the opening of the fair, self, wo learned on Investigation. delegates to the county convention to be Mrs. Thomas Mktclk, of Wilmore, Tub public school, 0. 11. Holmes, prin- held hero county court day, Oth, to nom continues very ill and Mr. T. J. Foster cipal, and Miss Jenuio West, assistant, inato a candidate for school superintend joined his wife Rt her bedside Wednesopened with 75 pupils. Mrs. Annie dent. Each of the Stanford voting pla day. LacIcxy tins returned James and Mrs. Pattie liavs each begun ces is entitled to three delegates each; Miss Ophelia While there she select schools at their homes tho same Crab Orchard, No. 1, 3, No. 2, 2; from Hllzibethtown. enjoyed a visit to Mammoth Cave with a day and have their share of the Binaller No. 1, 2, No. 2, 1, No. 3, 1; Hub children. party of 20. tonville, No. 1, 3, No. 2, 2, No. 3, 3. 29.. M. W. A. TRiRiiLEhns brought Kate Col. Bradley Ih going to havo the last Malloy homo nnd will only show tbo sriy on uen. uamin at anyway, It was 21 years Bgo last Wednesday great marn tho rest of the snnson to the but he wont aay it on the same day. He that Mr. Joe F. Waters, then a beardless, pretty girls he will take driving behind haa arranged to speak there next Mon boy, began an apprentice her. day, while the general will talk to the ship' tho otiico of the Interior JourK. 0. Walton, who would rather bo people on Saturday, the day originally nal, to which he still holds faithat a Fair thnn in Paradise, went to Som agreed upon. ful allegiance. He has given it such good orset yesterday, and will combine busi service that tho editor and the devil to ' new with pleasure. On account of the U. A. K. encamp spared than he. Col. C. M. Wiieatley and handsome ment at Louisville next week, the L. A gether could be better His How of good humor ia inexhaustible daughter, Miss Flora, of Americuo, Gn., N. will sell tickets from all stations, Sth keeps it to if were suest at tho pretty home of the to 11th inclusive, at one cent a mile go- and he ever gets mad he himself. Long may he live and grow in Danville Avenue ing and returning, making only (2.10 for Alcorns on Friends cf Miaiea Mry Cowun, of Ba the round trip from Stanford. Tickets grace and good work. lavia, 0., and Hinini Martin, of Gallatin, good to return till Oct. 5th. The Grand Lodge of Knighta of . Ten n , are glad to see them hack at their of thia State meets at Somerset Bio Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Uar-r.- a posts at tho collego looking so well. week after next and that little city has had a family Tuesday and already begun to make preparations for Jin. Oscau E. Koch, Ph. G , College of Louisville, has taken Mr. spread an excellent dinner in honor of the occasion. On the evening of the 19th Pharmacy, Bellebaum'a place ut Craig & Hooker's, Kev. and Mrs. W E. Arnold. Fifty-tw- o there will be a grand pyrotechnic display tho latter having loft with Bundry billa persons were present, among tho num- and during tho meeting thero will bo ber five children, three unpaid. bops, banquets, and the like galore. writes from Jackson, and one daughter-in-la2i Mn. J. B. Cook Diadem Lodge No. SI, of tbis place, ia aud one great grand child. where he is located in tho rovenuo ser entitled to two representatives in the vice, that tho papple of Breathitt are de grand lodgo, but it ia very probable that In our notice of Stanford laat issue, cidedly for sound monoy, but they aro tbo members will attend in a body. "Danks, the jeweler" said wo overlooked going to vote for Hardin. date Mr. J. 8. Bledsoe was called to Lex the fact that he has the most up-tMrs. Henry Mills, who ran off and jewelry establishment in tho country ington Tuesday by a dispatch stating got married a woek ago, sent ua a souv Mr. B. K. Wearen kicked bocause that hia sister, Mrs. Margaret J. Uyman, and enir of her trip in tho shape of a pretty wo didn't tell of hia largo carrlago and was dead. Her death waa caused by par by her new farming implement business. Tho mu- little bouquet yeaterday, alysls and sho was in hor 60th year. mother, with the request that we correct sical instrument establishment of P. H. Mis3 Mary Elkin left yesterday with statement that her husband is a Idol waa also neglected. In fact aa ma- the her aunt, Mrs. L. M. Townsley, for "sanctification" preacher. He ia a mem wo showed laat issue, thero seems Washington City, whore they will spend ny na ber of Dr. Taylor's church in Danville to bo aa many more. a week with relatives, and go thenco ond wants to be a Methodist preacher, . to Georgia, whero Mies Mary will attend Ball Brought Back. At tbo last and to that end will go with his wifo to nnhnnl. term of court here John Ball, of Lancas- the Winchester conference for examine-tioCol. Geobge 0. Webster, manager of ter, was tried for running a gambling Tho youthfulnesa of tho pair wbh ' the Crab Orchard Keeley Curo, Ib interBchemo at a picnic at Green Briar tho only objection to thnmarriago. They ested in a flying machino and ia now in Springs, when tho jury hung. The judgo are both 17, tho groom being but six Washington to exhibit it. It is said gave him bail in tho eum of $500 and his weeks oldor than hia bride. that its Inventor has traveled through brother-in-laCol. W. HuffDuddorar, space one mile above the earth for a dis- went on his bond. A recent issue of To make burgoo for tbo G. A. R. at tbo tance of 50 mileB at one time, at tho rate Courier Journal contained n dispatch Loulaville next week it will require apof 100 milea an hour. from Lancaster atating that Ball hnd proximately 40 beeves, 200 sheep, 300 skipped and aa soon Col. Dudderar read ahoata and 1,200 pounds of beef CITY AND VICINITY. the lines be thought of tho money ho shanks, G72 fat bona, 3,000 ears of would likely have to hand over and at corn, 110 bushels of potatoes, 24 buahela Fine perfumes at Craig & Uockor'a. onco decided to catch him if ho could. of onions, etc. Born, to tho wifo of William Ho got wind of hia being in Woodford ABked by a young lawyer why he a boy. county and sent his son, Sam, to have did not eularge bis decisions, Judge fitted to any oyo at Craig him arrested.'nnd brought here. His or- Duffy, the republican freak, said, "lam ders were obeyed and on Monday night's not running a kindergarten for young & Hooker's. train Constable "Wilson brought Ball here lawyers. If they want to know the law Zieqlkr shoes of every varioty and and placed him in jail, whero he now is. supporting the opinions, lot them look it price at Shanks'. The colonel is in much hotter Bpirlta up aa I did." place for since the arrest and really looks liko a Alix atlll holds tbo trotttng record Penny's drug store is the beat diflerout man. at 2:03. chool book and tableta. n Win-oathgo-by. May-wo- od William Williams, 21. and Miss Sarah Walls, 20, wero married at Kings-vlll- e on the 5th. A runaway couple in Ohio got a jus. . tice to marry thetu in the bay field in which ho was working and wbilo he had his coat oil nnd sleeves rolled up. Tho engagement of Miss Gertrude Vanderbilt and Mr. Moses Taylor is announced. The great fortune of Mies Vanderbilt Ib almost matched by the milliona of Mr. Taylor. . Will Kochester, a married man of 22, fell desperately in lovo with a young L'irl and having been ordered off by her father, drew a pistol and saying, "I die for love," put a bullet in his heart. He lived in Knoxvillo. MIbb Mnry M. Dudley, second daughter of the Rt. Rev. Bishop T. U. Dudley, ond the Rev. James Klrkpatrick, rector of St. George's Protestant Episcopnl LANCASTER, KY., church, of Pittsburg, Pa , were married Has now on hand Weather-Boarding- , Ceiling, FJooring and all kinds Wednesday at Middleburg, Va. The manage of Tyson O. Bell, tho of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. B. bright young local editor of the George- Stanford, Ky. We use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow town Times to Misa Fannie Moore, a love Poplar. We are prepared to meet competition from all points on ly young lady, was duly solemnized in the new Christian church at Georgetown, cash orders. Wednesday. The pair left at once for Mackinac with the best wishes of boats of friends. SILVERWARE j-iic;- :-:::' frr;2Mb3iK5ai..:.-- Barg aluS I :. iyate!&&iJx$4mM&ik DANKS, The Jeweler. The Noel Planing Mill Co. w NEW ADVKBTISKMENTd. Sf Crab Orchard lor house and lot In Rowland or Stanford. Further information can be had of It P Martin, Rowland, Ky. 34 3t ! WANTED iSrSFSZ 1 Take Our Advice This Time And 3ANK STOCK SS.8h"Kli'. Iruit Co will be aold at auction at o'clock Sep. 9th, county court day at Stanford. 1 J. Z Spoona-mer- e m Public Renting' on Buy Your Goods Early. You will not regret it. A small outlay of Cash now will save you Money. T Ai executors of J. L. Oatvson, deceatcd , we will MONDAY, SEPT. 9th, 1895, Cotirt-houi- e County Court Day before the door in Stanford rent to the highest bidder THIRTY-FIV- E ACRE.S OF LAND to so In small grain. L. L. DAWSON A J II 11IUOHT, Executors. NEW ARRIYALSTHIS WEEK All the new things in Dress Goods. Storm Serges, Habit Cloths Surah Serge, Mohair, Figured Mohair, Coating Serges, Diagonal Serges, Henriettas, Ladies' Cloths, Boucles, etc. PTJBX.XC S&3CE. I will offer lor sale at my residence ard on in Crab Orch. Saturday, Sept. 7th, I895, All my Household and Kitchen Furniture, all in lied Room Sets, Wash Stands, Centre Tables Rocking Chairs, Red Springs, Mattresses, Chairs. Carpets, i Cooking Store, one Heating Stove, t Gasoline Stove, 4 burner. In good and many other things too tedious to mention. Also 1 1'haeton Muggy and iiarness, 1 family Horse. 1 Jersey Cow and Call, No. 1 milk- er, 1 Jiprsey Heifer, t new Double Shovel Flow, 1 set of Flow Gear. Spade. Shovel. Fork and Itake Also my Undertakers' Stock complete, a nice Hearst. Good place for business for a live man. Also my House nnd Lot, centrally located, all necessary outbuildings, all kinds of Fruit Treca and Vines of the very beat, and a well of never tailing water. This property I offer privately on on easy terms Terms for I'erionalty Over $5, three months' credit, negotiable note. 5 J. H. STEPHENS. first'dass order, or-'e- r court-l.oue- SEVERANCE & SON. FU3B3LIC : S&X.E. JL Will : --. Groat be sold : Bargain I Sixty-Acr- e Farm Near Stanford. at public auction without reserve Way-nesbur- g, On Saturday, Sept. 21, '95, on 1 o'clock In the afterncon, at dwelling house the premises. Situstednear Stanfcrd and Lancaster pike, on Dlx River, fertile and In a high tateof cultivation. Has mi it a comfortable dwell- At To-ta- l first-clas- tow-heade- d ing house, good barn and all othernecessary out-- I buildings, fine orchard nnd many kinds ot smal fruits and berries. Plenty of good water. In a s neighborhood, near church and schcol. cash.balanc. In land years. Terms M. SPEED FEYTON. SO One-third FTTBLIC SALE A VALUABLE I will on BLMAS5 the premises on FASH, Wednesday, Sept. x8, '95, Offer at public sale the valuable tract of land in Garrard County, Ky , on the turnpike road leading from Danville to Lexington, known as "the Camp Dick Robinson Farm." The m Py-thi- aa m HIGGINS & MeKINNEY, Farm Contains about 335 Acres, And ia one of the very best and richest tracts of land in tbe State of Kentucky. It is hemp, Ubacco and grass land and is in a hign state of cultivation. first-class sons-in-la- w It Is Wo tn 1 1 Fenced, THE PLACE TO BUY. When you need grand-childr- en With the very best post and railing, nearly new and in good repair. The dwelling hoase contains or twelve rooms. It has recently been remodeled and Is in every respect a comfarable, modern dwelling house, in a fine state ot preservation, 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 o either for stock or agricultural purposes, can be toundin Central Kentucky. No more comfortable or more desirable home, It is Conveniently Located on Fine Turnpikes and is well Watered Prescriptions Carefully At all Hours. Compounded I m m n. From never failing Springs that seem to be abso lutely inexhaustible, with t.oughs attached; will water aoo head of stock in driest seasons. Ihere are several good outhouses, a large, new tobacco barn that will hold 20 acres of tobacco, and three , tenement houses. The land is not only on good turnpikes, but of easy access to the Q. & C. u. & N. and L. S. rail, ways, and to Danville, Lancaster, llryantsvillo HarriMtsburg and Lexington, Full possesiion of tho property will be ghen January 1, i3o6, will the usual privilege of seeding In small grain during tbe Fall. The Und will be offered in parcels and then as a whole and the best bid accepted. Other terms reatonablo and made known on day of sale, T. D. English, Auctioneer. W- - IB. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. M'ROBBRTS, Farm AND 'I I I I I I I RICHARD GENTRY. Trustee. Yard ftuju jjf Fence. iWWW 7xW 46 STANFORD Female - College, -:- m Wgjffiy " JrvrT A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky.. -- DEALER IN- - r Van-hoo- k, Stanford, Ky. FallSession Opens Sept. 3 189 ' j. ments. Scientific. Primary, Preparatory Classical and Collegiate Depart and Special Coursea ot -- niUSIC, rrcutH.mu nwiuuuu. Ilest teachers employed, each a specialist in her Department. own Boarding pupils under the direct supervision of teachers. For further iniormauon, aaurcsi sud.r. SCnOOlSOI .,..... lt, ... m lwLtUK "" pi 1 SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Metal Roofing, Hough, and Dressed X.imbor Iiatla, Snixigles, Bto, s-. WILLIAM ... SUKLTON, President. AGENT rUit The highest gradd of goods at lowest prices. j..OTvrar atniiBr TOTfcrrV'MTT.T. THE UUliUmi. Biuau .. If Semi-Week- ly """ Interior Journa AT - ;?raqgww,'xrTasx!aamx&umui ipmtmu if m .i. i IN THE SPIRIT OF RHYME, Moods. to-da- y; SPORTING MATTERS. citizens of Cumdcn, Two Me., nro to have n walking match from that town to Boston to decide which is tho spryesU Mo., hits, according to a local newspaper's unsworn statement, a mrtlo resident 89 years old who ridca n blcjrclo, and another of 73 years who EAa-rrortT- jabllabod Every Tuoadfty and Friday SS FKR YJCiVl IN ADVANCE so paid Tho sunlight crossed toy path A brown thrush on a hawthorn spray Swung back and forth across the blue: Tho hop vinos leapt an Inch or two Along their polus toward the sun: The best salve In tha wnilJ for rim ,..'.. tes, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chspi Is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools ot hands, chilblains, eorns and all skin eruptions. ' l)c- Lincoln It positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It la t mocracy.county, subject to tht anion of the November election, 1195. to give perlect satisfaction or money uarantred ifumled. Price at cents per box For sale by A.H. ?cnny, Stanford, K.y Buoklln'e Arnica Salve JAMES F. IIOLDAM, W. S. BURCH, DR. W. B. FESTIT'Sr. ayvhen not Sa.6Q will be charged. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tntni leave Stan o u ..:15 a m arriving at 4: jo p ra. and yao p. m. L.&'N. Train going North Vo. No, t6. South Ha. ml 3 p. ra. Tho sparrows chirped that nests were- - loe! Tho calyx brolto a roso wns born: I heard the snap of growing corn: Tho world had ta'on tho spring to wife. And nil tho air was tenso with life: And yet, through somo gray mood's despite), I foci no lovo of llf o , ceitthax. - Is a candldato for Supcriatendtnt of Public Schools of Lincoln county; subject to the action of the Democratic party. Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Street, Opposite the Post-QlS- LOCAL TIME CARD. s, -: ......... t i. Ki.?, 3 iS 04 7pm pm m 115pm QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: 11.48 a m No a North ...3 Wo. 1 South 3S Yet I recall a tlmo of pain, A shadowless gray day of rain. And soundless, save tho sobbing storm, With cold no hearth tire o'er may warm, A cold that lies against the heart; Yet In my veins I felt tho start Of strength to grapple death In atrlfe, Instinct with keenest lovo of Ufa i Charles W. Coleman, In Harper's Bazar. ...600 to " 840pm Nos. s an J 6 and 9 and to run no thor than junction tiif, nor on aunuiiy - 5 9 Not. ' l.ism 1130m " 4 " p ra 6 ...1.15am am fur- - ( ROYAI 1111-' Tliero Are Moments. Thcro nre moments In Ood knows whero, When they who havo a blessing, And can spare, May confer, as angels do, Help to brine another through A troubled day. ' There aro moments In Seek to find, For they hold an open way To be kind Unto such as seldom hear Mercy's footstops drawing near Unto their door. y, to-da- G -!plays football.' COLLEGE, A German illustrated paper, Sport lm TJild, recently issued, announces that n Hustonvlllo, Ky. tournament will ho held at Hombnrg A Home School for Golf IMatz in tho last week of July. voung ladies, combining the higher education ol the com'orts and refining Tho first golf courso In Germany was i&tluencvs ol a Christian Home with thorough in structlon in all the tlomcn's that enter Into the established lit Welsbadcn. Berlin also education ot a cultured Christian woman. The has its golf club. next annual session ot this old, well known and Dr. J. Piurhas just won tho Irish lawn popular Institution Jcnnis championship for tho third timo Will Open Monday, Sopt, 2, 1895, in succession, and, with Mr. Stolter, tho rp ot Instructors championship in tho doubles. Tho With a full c Scientific, Music, In all departments. Literary and ladies' championship was won by Miss Comraercisl Hoard, tuition andArt, Normal and music for term ol C Cooper, who, with her sister, also twenty Weeks JSs Kor Cstaloctie addrras II 'J, PIN KEKTON, President, 4; won tho doubles, and, with Mr. llustonvllle Ky. Ma-houy, THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. ii-6- iu flllJl-iU- . for cash or In tiadeter leather on coutldajs at Stanford oral ray home in Otien-helChas. Ennslin, Tanner. It. M. Newlan 1, Deputy Sherlll Meet all Trains,nlght ami day. Patrons taken to any part of town Kice of Charge. W. S. Uurch, Alty at Law. Good Livery Attached, Khre rf Hotel Ji oo per nay. A. 11. 11ASTIN, Prop. Burob. dk ITcrwland, BARKER HOUSE, J K. Conornl Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky We offer cur servlcis to the public to do a gen eral Collecting lljlnes. Ai counts, notes, etc collected In all parts ol the county. it om MARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Kates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Koems. Halls and otliee connected by Klectrlc Hells. I'ruiupt and polite service to guests. 47 bilL POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tarter baking pow der. Highest ol all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government lood Report. EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., X06 Joha B. Thcro aro moments in Find them all. For our Father up In tleaven Lets them fall, And Ho wills that they shall bo Messengers with good from thoo To such as need. Rev. L Mench Chambers, In & S. Times. to-da-y, Wall Street, New York. A. O. Lanbas Cattleman. ROYAL asurance Company OP IXTEBFOOI. BARBBE &OASTLEMAH MANAGERS, So whllo we llvo. und when wo die, May wo bo together, my cat and II Mary F. Williams, In N. Y. Four llttlo white feet stand on tho floor, Four Uttlo whlto feel leap to my kneo, And a beaming face looks up to mo. Oh, full many a lore l'ro known. Hut never a heart so much my.own, Never a grateful soul llko that; And this Is tho way I lovo my catl Evory day through storm or shine. This rapturous greeting still Is mlno; Every night on my knee sho lies, Watching my fuco with her crystal eye: Through famo well gained, or a lost renown. If stocks go up, or If stocks go down. Faithful forever as faith can be. That is thu way my cat loves mot Oh. my pussy, the world Is round; In It full many a friend l'ro found When I was rich, they bent tho knee. And when I was poor, thoy frowned on mo But. rich or poor, you hae loved mo still: You sharo tho good as you shared tho 111, My Cat and I. Just at dnslt at my study door, tho mixed doubles, Got.F'8 placo In Scottish llfo Is shown by tho ceremonies of opening a new links at Barnton, near Edinburgh. Tho Edinburgh burgesse nppointed tho day Crab Orchard, Ky. and attended as a body. Tho lord of tho rnnnor, Sir James Gibson Maltland, was tho lending figure of the occasion, Select, Private, High Grade, Thorho and his daughter formally driving ough, Practical, Progressive. off tho flrst bnlls. forty-eigA MUSKAI.LOXOE measuring and a half Inches In length and Will enter upon the second year's work Sept. 2, and will close twenty-onInches around, and weighing thirty-sevepounds, was landed by May 30, 1896. Gov. Grant, of Wisconsin, at Thrca o Lakes, Wis., recently, with n For terms of admission apply to trout rod. It took him an hour minutes to land tho big and fifty-siDr. J no. S. Stapp, Pres. COLLEGE HOME. Dehorn "STour Cattlo. tod, W. S. BXJjRCH, Attorney at Law, ht Stanford, - - Kentucky. I will goto any place where there are si or more cattle to liehorn, I do the werk with the Lightnlrg Dvhoruer Can dehorn any cow In three seconds. The knife makes clean, smooth cut, dots not crush nor breik the horn, as the clipper deos. It Is the only humane way horn Does not punish the animal like the saw, and the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw. For further Itfermitlon, call ou O. A. PEYTON, Stanford, Kr. See the Lighln'ng Pruning Hook. tot. o n Office on Lancaster Street, oppoiite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention, S3 SPRING AND SUMMER. I am now 60ven-ottne- Something to Bcautify'.tho Ladies. ready to deliver Ice Irom the Stanford Water, Light and Ice Company's Factory ICE I I x fish. 45 Crab Orchard, Ky. Blue-Gras- Sua Tho Maiden anil tho Hike. 'Nough to make ono's senses reel; Lovely maiden. Pretty wheel, haps. literature. Paul PorrEn hns gono to tho Adiron-(lack- s to study tho scene of tho play ho Is writing with Bill Nye. Tho play will deal with tho adventures of a hunting party who spent tho summer in tho Adlromlacks and met with misAmong NEWS OF PEN AND PENCIL. Mr. BicIIaiid Lk Gai.lik.vne, tho decadent Yellow Book poet, has been engaged to lecture in America next falL Anthony Tuollopk was in tho habit of writing three hours a day, and composed one thousand words an hour. Tun fnct that sixty-twHtcrar' women sat down to dinnor together in London recently is viewed by a lender writer for on English dally as ominous and portentous to tho futuro of man in o Fine s Farm Farm of Im- FOB SALE. I will sell privately my 200 Acres of Good and Well proved Land, Dally openinmc New Hats, flowers and lacesl And over a pound for to pounds and up We glvt the assurance to the trade that they wil tO KKJ. find in our establishment the same esclustvcness Hills due utef each month la style of patterns, hats and bonnet and all the K. 1IKLMF.R, tjtanlord leading novelties In Millinery for which we ate known throughout tho country. 1 have secured a trimmer for the sea1 son. Thankinc you lor past favors, we respect' fully solicit your patronage heretofore so literally M D. DUHDr.KAK betuwed. My Millinery SotV Is f i 3 1 Call KATk DUDDKKAK, Manager. aodcsamlne and you will be sure to buy tew Spring Hat. MISS L1CCIK REAZLKV, : : Stanford, Ky first-cla- ss At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds andc TO THE LADIES J. T. STJTTOIT, W1 watered, good bouse and other improvements, and the Kami is in a high state of cuttWa Hon. together with Stock. Crop and Farming Implements, it desired by the purchaser, and will offer special inducements to effect a sale Offers his services o the pecple el West Lin-nth ot September, ilSyj SM Farm is situated coin and Casey Counties, Full stock Coffins on the Danville and nustonville turnpike roaJ, and Caskets always on hand. .r? utKwtf.vos.Jot from llustonvllle. The farm, to D. S. Carpenter, Manager. 95 be nppreciatcd, should be area. Persons wishing to purchase snoulu call an or id'ltf .. Offiee over McRsberts" Drug Slur. In the Owsley 11.11 KINO, llulldisg. Morcland, Ky. 4t hustonville,:kentucky. G. B. COOPER, ........Proprietors undertaker, bj-th-e of A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, $mim W.& Stanford, Ky. Swiftly gliding Through the park. Whero the lads and lassos spirit Man appro&chlng- Commerce Building, Louisvillo Agents throughout the South W A. TBXBBUD, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. Portland. .Totbe Via San Francisco. Maid n flop. Doth together tako a drop. 'Nother wheel-Mai- den tear begins to feel: Trios to dodge him. All In vain, Bushes on as It Insane. Then together Whcol and wheel Crash with shock that wrenches stcell Man takes header, , , NKDBTIWEST The wMM wownm )lQUI5Vlltt HCWAJgAITtCHICASOllrB Only Dining Car Route From XOUIS1TXX.X.1B "Beg your pardon," Says tho man Witt what heart and praco ho can: "Clumsy crcatu.-e;Shrieks the ma 1 With a look like lemonade. Then uprising Full of Ire, And her glances flashing flro, Wrathful maiden, Deadly wheel, Forth to othor conquests steal. Frank B. Welch, In Detroit Free Press. A Troubled Conscience 'Twas but a glance, a hurried glance Into a long, low, stifling: room, Whero belts and wheels and spindles dance A placo ot sighs, ot prison gloom, A murky atmosphere wheroln Float hope-dea- d faces, wan and thin. A plaguo on shops! I close and close My eyes, and yet I cannot sloop lor banish from my pillow thoso Who labor for a beggar's keep. Is't truo that somo aro born to bear And some to rider Why shOJld I carer The roso Abloom on yonder vino lias no regret becauso this tree Flames in tho grate and both are mlno . If fortune chooso to favor mo. Must I bo robbed of my roposo Tho' others have not llamo nor rose? . Oreat Godl to breathe In such a place Yet there bo thoso to do this work For me I'd wolcomo death, disgrace. Bar mountain pass with brigand dirk, Or cro I'd toll In such a den Ah! shall I ovor sleep again? Charles Eugene Banks, In Chicago Poet. -- feeders Greeley. crowing corn, alto farming implements, household and kitchen lurniture. f cash In hand be sold Tubus -Col. Billy ought to Hunter round for and bslanee Land will two years with interest at in one and Sj and under cash a nice, quiet, essy ploc for a good swear j per cent. Personal property, fit httrifcrtll. Or, perhaps he knows the in hsnd. over that amount a credit with good note G. 0. P. is doing it for him and at him. until Jan. I, "90, without interest. L. COODK. M E.andj. Turuersvill, Ky. Covington Commonwealth. H T Push, Auctioneer. one-hal- tho many autograph letters of authors preserved by the Tauchnita LAND, STOCKS. CROP. house in Lcipsic is one from Thnckcray, in which he bays: "Don't bo afrakl of Having determined to so West, I will, on English, my dear man. A letter contamlng s. d. is nlwavs in protty SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1895 style." our home Tun old homestead of Jano Grey Sell to the highest and best budei land containlns about 03 srood, good orchard and all necesSwisshclm in SwLssvale, Pa., is tho Acres, well watered, Irom ou good pike Mecca of many visitors to Pittsburgh. sary outbuildings,from lurnersville, sixI miles from mile Stanford, t mile miles from C S. Mrs. Swisshclm was tho first woman e d wlia.th and engaged to report Washington news R. K. depotalso sell Wo will j horse t mare, milk for a daily newspaper. Sho was fancy harness mule, t j calves, 6 yearlinit steers, J hellers, 3 for that purpose by Horace cows and weighing about i.ooolbs., 15 or o acit-- j f Public Salo of of...... Livery and Feed Stable, STANFORD. KY. THE RILEY - - HOUSE Kontucky. F. U. KILjEY, Proprietor, Having bought of P W. Ureen his Llverv busI have moved to my nw Hotel and am iness and added stew buggies ud horses, we are better prepared to furnish I accommodate the public. fflTf'vLlvtry attached, and every convenience df sir.d. Give o a call. FIRST-CLAS- S London. n ,h",,,rw TURNOUTS d school-hous- seven-year-ol- d cm-ploy- ld On shott notice, 'the traveling public will Add us always ready and willing to lurnith Drummers' VVagons, either single or double, or Carriages of ad kinds at very LOW PRICES. The boys in and around town will also And us the people to deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your herse and vehicle wilt be well cared for. S; Myers House Stable, btanford, Ky. rKANK RILEY, w . JO, J 1. G.Ii. COOPER JOITSS BROS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, ami. furnisned for painting Wood Metal and lion Roofs. Al oofs painty with bi,fCieu Guaranteed Dean's Ulack Paint guar.nieed fur y,,,,. Dealers in Dumoml beitcl,. ern Pumps and Oalvnired Iron s. I ;r."s( ha.vkii Th, Myers House, P.JW. GREEN. Proprietor. r v P;i,,0 Stanford, Ky. n's lllsck Dlassond Roo THE nLUE-GUAS- S HERD OK Stanford, ni : : : Kontucky. nitf qi Duroc Jersey Red Swine n Hotel aad I am still running this will continue to give ray guests the politist atten well as tho best the market affurds. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK.STANKORD, KY. TO CHXC2.GO. "Elegant Pullman Vestibuted Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address SHANK J. REID, ) f E. H. BACON, J or J C. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, ) (. Chicago. Louisville. ! Special Attention1 to tho Travel- Capital Stock R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, ing Public. Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Surplus.............. Stock, Pigs for sale from the best types ol Register llreedcrs secured from tne beet herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited 8200,000 23,700 D. S. CARPENTER, Hustonvlllo, Ky,, onvllle. More preitv llujg.es, Denver. : to can for Route. .MONO.N" St. Paul. St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, R R. Noel All Kinds Stanford, Cult. & Son, of Coal, Kv. HIg-431- MERSEfbN first-class & Successors to J. B. Higgins, Dealers in All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing style. done in GREER, Proprietors. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- Has more nice Furniture than was ever in llust- this Institution ar. s.cur.J by a fund of Surrevs and Tive sworn sutemcots of theebnditton of Wooo. Phaetons. Moie good Cultivators. Wagons. Plows U,'.n?,f.Chjr,",0,he " State, gov.," and more nlco Harness, llridlr, Whips and more at Hinder Twine than was ever seen here. He in- ?.S government ag.nts, thus securingstaled times """son vites the public to call and se his slxk and gel indperfect ssfety to depositors. prices. Cider Mills and Cane Mills. n7"i."1if,JtJj"?l't. established ss the Id 1S3S, then ,h NlUonl u M.S. IUlGIIMSN. J. W. ltAt'CIIMAK. Stanford In .SJVnd again a. the Kirst National Uajkol Sunlord in ib,, h.s had practically n unint.r- - .iA,!in",on ?f ,hf Pah"c ' invited to the fac ,h ,n y nk SuBietd it 1,,,h,..1 provisions of th Nationalin Bank ar secured not only stock, but bv the stockholders l.ablhVy e.Mt.l amount eqn.l to the stock, ao that depositors ol N'" ""mined "K'"y rnorKitTOHs- Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. LIVERY, FEED & SALE Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. We will continue the coal business at Mr. old stind and will have on hand at all times tho Tery best coal whico we will deliver promptly. We will sell strictly for cash and will make It to he interest of the people ot this section to pay 37 STABLE, Kontucky. Stanford, HARNESS SHOP NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD. 8PTrTTT?nPlQ JLjS.3h& ALL POINTS: SOLD TO I OHIO, INPiANA, ILLiNQIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, COLORADO, WEBRASK ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, TEXAS, S WSST, HORTH-WESt, SOUTH-WE- S? FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE 'yttMAN BEsTrOUtTtO COACHES, THE Tho Crowner'a Quest, I air a justlca of tho poaco, As knows tho rules of law, Llkewlso I air familiar With tho principles of draw. Twar tho mornln' of the freshet. The Galea an' Sam an' me War across tho board dlscussln' A pint In ohancer-eo- , When a stranger from the mountain, A mulo arldln' down, Somehow got tangled In tho ford, Wbar he fell off an' drown. Wall, I summoned for a Jury, To set upon him thar. The two Gates boys an' pardner Sam, But fust I mado 'em swar To make a true Invontc-r- y Of all thoy heard an' saw, An' then bring In a vordlc ' Accordln' to the law. Then we rolled In tho defendant, An' w'en tho soarch wuz done, Wo hadn't found a single thing But jest a lectio gun. So that Jury fixed a verdlo' That couldn't bo appealed; They found "the party guilty Of cnrryln' concealed A weapon that uz dangerous. Contrary to tho law." Said they: "A plalnercase nor this Nobody over saw." Then I socked It to tho prlzner, Accordln' to tho rule: I fined him fifty dollars, An' levied on his mule. J. H. Robinson, In Arena. MR. E-- R. KIELEY. EM ISIPEBIESCED FEIETER. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. II you noed livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us for rales. In our first-cla- ss of J... claries, firms and iudjviduili ittptctfully 'iolic ted. The Directory of this Hack is composed ol Porestua Ileid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. If. Colhei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. llaughruan Lincoln; ?ow"VtUl,,,V'0,,Mn"ct,na'blu prompt In its long and .Z" ..iMr."r a,na? eer AcCOUtltl rnrrtsTiraitlArt. V. J. S. You will find a good assortment of Harness, Bridles, Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by our man, he understands nls business. We have a mechanic in our j. blagksmith:shop. s Will guarantee prices Tiy our hor first-clas- W. A. Trlbble. Stafford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Htanford; K. L. Tanner.JMcKinney; M,""'M- - Vernon.Ky 8. HocVer, Presldem' Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A'A' McKinoey, Astt. Cashier. ilocktr, Stanford;' work and', satlafactory shoer. Ib KeceiviQK Hi SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. Attorney at Law, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Will Wallace IE. Varnon, Assign-- e s, Farmers Bank&Tmst Co OK STANKORD, lsnowfulIy.organired"and KY., ready for business with ait as Bxecutor,AdmIuistrstor and Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. 20,000. THE Queen &Crescent NORTH ROUTE J$ff Special attention given to Settlements of as Attorney and Sale and Division of SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL nlants' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. V. McCla New closing up) with the saint ass.t and under he same management. y'soirtce. 90 By provisions of its chaiter, depositora are as fully protected a. aie depositors in National .IK YOU ARE OOINO.. bem heId ndiduall Uaole to amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th lf.,'iinv'fud n ,uch ,hlr"- - ' 7 ctu .THE WEST, NORTH AND EAST. VESTIBULED SLEEPINQ AND DINING CARS SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE S0RF0LK?5?WESTERN CHEAPEST, BEST AND RAILR0A1 Descrlptil QUICKEST LINE. s, fcinphlcti, to any Station Agent, or to W. It. BCVILL. 4m! ... tr Aft. . H. VTrito for Rates, Maps, Time-Table- wuuimM raff HULL, Bit. 1'MMif 1ft. .n ALllN jj..lf,a .r Trat.tUf ru. ifl liniUflEC.TA M. T. BRAGG, Tile Lait Iteqaest. Pray for me, lore, at dawn, what tlmo For thoo my prayers arise. That, hand In hand, our vows may climb The steep path through the skies. Pray for me, love, at eventide : So shall tho words we say Meet In the mtbts, and side by sldo Speed up the beaten way: That every time I kneel for thee May my unhallowed prayer, Coming In such good company, Find sweet acceptance there Pall Mall Qudaet reaches the "principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Spnng9 and Asbeville; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mcnroe LouiaviLlc 4 NAlHVlUt R. R. os iiyv:ii: um 1 nrouga 1 ounsi aicepers " ami Slireveport. rstw. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, Is the line for you, as its via New Orleans or via bhreveport. Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Make.'clos connection at Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa Kor all points. tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Chattanooga. UAGUAUK CHECKED THROUGH For any information e.'uulr of W. O. KInearaon, Chaa. 'W.Zen, JOES, UlCK.Agtnt. ?, aad J,ihl. ?tyf7".1 conlinu o transact their busine: "0,lnf as .! same, our a guarantee for prompt attention to twenty years' experience la lffl?US.d.M Iib"IccouimodaUons a. , sound banking. 7,.f Mr1 weiIT ?"'",." s"udividuaLramUtra,r' UU,t8C' - '"" To those who entrusted their buisiness to ns C- b"? ,enlerour Lincoln National Hank ot many thanks j J J. Willhmr.MI. V.rnon;1 . H, Shanks, Stanford; Doable Dally Trains J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford J. B. Owsley, Stsnfordj J. If Cash, Stanford; WlllUm Ococh, SUnlord; A. W. Csrpentsr, Milledgsvll'e, Dt; J.iB. OwsJer, Cashier, W- M. S. II. Shanks, r resident, THv. Pa$t'r Agt., Cincinnati. 0 a.l'.A., tWnif. 0. . Stanford, Ky, L'rlght, Telle r - . t, . jra(Afl j.i