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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895091301 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. fl emi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRLDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1895. HIDDLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY. m VOL. XXIII. WILLIAMSBURG. WHITLEY COUNTY. NO. 65 FARM AND TRADE n ITEMS. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. fair wheru thoso who enjoy engaging in promises to be a most interesting one. the fantastic step might do so. A string There are no additions up to present. Itov. W. E. Foster preached a very baud from Knoxville furnished the muinteresting sermon nt Turkey Knob sic. Hon. John I). White, of 'Manches- school house Sunday evening. The crazd has not struck hero yet ter, was here last week. Mr. White went to sleep on the train and when ho awoke though we are expecting it at any time. found himself at Williamsburg and when Itev. M. A. Middleton will hold a meetlie gotol!, he learned a judgtnont had ing soon nt Grove and he claims to have been taken In court ngninet a land com- it. Tlie brethren of the Christian church pany in which he was interested to the have about decided to build a new house amount of about $760. of worship. Upon examination of tho Circuit court which has been in sesold structure, the frame was found to be sion for three weeks past adjourned Mod too much so to build upou. If day ntght, Judge Morrow and soveral of rotten or u new church is to be built it seems it the bar desirit.g to go to Louisville. Two would be the part of wisdom to build parties were pent to the "Pen," one for here. It would bo morn convenient for three years for horse stealing nud one for a very large majority of the members betwo for malicious cutting. Several days sides to the public generally. of last week wore taken up in Irving the After an illness of only a woek with couteat case of the K. I. King will. Tho abscess ol the lungs, Jntnes A. Urynnt will was sustained. passed peacefully away Monday morning Mr. (J rout Mooro died nt his home nt 11 o'clock. Ho wna about 15 years of Saturday night of typhoid fever after an Hgo and n most upright man, a good llluwa of about a week. Mr. Moorn was neighbor and much loved and respected hi hia 51th year nud had not been woll by everyone who know him. He leaves for some time, having received injuries a wife, who was Miss Annie Cotley, Bnd during the late war. He served for over three years in tho 7th Kentucky and three children who are almost heartbroken over ttio loss they have sustained was in several hotly contested battler. in the death of a husband and father. The funeral services were held nt tlio UIh funeral will be preached by Itov W. Iiaplist church Sunday afternoon after E. Foeter at the Baptist church which he waa buried in tho cemetery. of which he was a most devoted memYour correspondent hnd so much on ber, after which his remains will be inhia hands last week he did not succeed terred by the Masonic fraternity with in getting his usual letter oil" to the I. J. tho ceremonies of the order. The Whitley county fair was going on The republicans in other portions of and every citizen who could do so and the county are disposed to complain of has the iuterest of hia county nt ntake tlioce ol this on account of their greed-iuea- a was doing his beat to make it a success for olllce and say that their brethThe tirat day was taken up with the pro ren of this precinct want to hog all the ducts of the garden, farm and household persimmons. And it seems that they are except a few rings in the forenoon, .but about right when we come to think of it. the races in the afternoon were as good There is County Judge J. M. Tilford, that day as any day during tho fair. The County GWk I. C. Dye, County Attor crowds on the second and third dayB uey Q 0. God bey, County Superintendwero very large and the show of stock ent IS H. Taylor, all of whom are from decidedly the best Whitley county has from this end of the county. Now with ever had. Tho fair this year was a suc- Bro. Grider wanting to sorvo tho county cess in every respect, besides payiug very lathe Legislature it does look like liberal promiums, it will pay a nice little republicans want tho earth with dividend. The people who attended wore tho fullness thereof. orderly and sober and not a ainglo OTent happened to disturb those present. Hev OF A LOCAL NATURE. eral horse men from n distance were John Boyle was thrown by a mule present with good strings of horses, near Sturgia and killed. among the number were: Messrs. Dunm Mrs. Nancy Eagle, a noted horseWilcox and Colyer, of Madison, Rogers, woman, is dead at Burgin. of lloyle, Hiddoll it Golden, of Knox, Alvers Wilburn was assassinated in Thompson, of Garrard. The bicycle Russell by an unknown fiend. races were about the most interestV. W. Welch, manager of the Lebaing feature of the entire occasnon Holler Mills, died In that city Fri ion. There was a race each day and day. all of them well tilled. II. A. Baker, of Grayson went dry Tuesday by a voto 'this place, won the Whitley county race of two to oue. Mrs. 0. S. Nield took a in 1.10. The weather was all that could hand in tho fight nnd delivered several have been asked for. It could not have addresses. been more satisfactory if the department John Smith, of tho bridge crew at at Washington had made it to special or- Ford, waa pumping water Monday der. morning, when the pump handle struck the hammer of n revolver in his pocket. The Timea pays this handsome comTho weapon was discharged, the ball pliment to Col. Silas Adams, of Liberty: passing through the calf of Smith's leg. 's "Tho Firwt Kentucky Cavalry No, A dispatch from Middlesboro eaye: Cavalry aro at their headquarters Application to incorprato a railroad haa on Fifth street. At their head is Silas been filed nt Tazewell. Tho road will Adams, somowhat the worse for wear in run from Chattanooga via Cumborland the matter of years, but his splendid and Gap, and connect with tho Norfolk and g erect form Is reminder of what tho Western nt Norton, Va , The survey is d man in the army was being mado. years ago. Saint Paul called it charity; Mr. Ben V. Smith, secretary of the we French call It magnanimity, and Pulaski Co. A. it M. Association, who whatever you ma y choose to term it, old is here, tell us that the amount of money Silas Adams illustrates it in the flesh be made out of the fair last week was more incarnates it. lie was "Wolford's right than sufficient to pay taxes, interest, etc., worthy of such a regl arm In the war, but not enough to liquidate the eutiie ment, and the regiment was worthy of indebtedness. euch a man." The Advocate says that Centre ColQueen Victoria has n slight scar on lege oponed Wednesduy with an excelher forehead, left by ono of the three lent attendance but (that it will bo a , week or 10 days before the full quota of blows which an oillcer of tho 10th gave her with n rattan students aro in. The number of arrivals uaraod Pate, in the '503. He was sentenced to trans- to date iudicate that the present session portation for sovon years for hia offense. of the old institution will be unusually Mr. Pato died the other day in Australia prosperous, but leaving a large Mr. Ed Jones, of this county, waa as au stabbed 32 years ago in a fracasThe T knife blade broke off in him and nil for Uoartacno. Ouro all forms Ai a remedy for to be tho of Headache ItKlrctrlc theso years has been causing him trouvery belt. effects has proved Hitters most dreaded habitual . nermanoni cure and the it. Influence. We urge ble. Last Friday tho piece of blade yields to worked its way out of his sido where it nek headache bottle and all who are afflicted to procure i ot habitual give had gone in n third of a century ago. remedy a fair trial. In cases Electric Hitters curus by giving the Horrodsburg Sayingi. few cases needed lone to the bowels and lryitor.ee. long Larpe The delegates from the four counties R. Peauy's Drug Store. WiUeVonlv vi cents at A. composing the 29th Senatorial district Guaranteed Ouro. met in convention nt Stanton Tuesday lellyou-l)- r We authoriie ur advertised druggist to Dlicoyery for Consumption, nnd nominated J. D. Goodloo, of MadiKMfi'a New Coughs and CoId, upen till condition: If you son county. Tho convention reaffirmed Cough. Cold or any Lung remedy and Throator Che.t trouble givingwUl u.e thi.trial and the platform of the Chicago convention it lair to direction., experience no benefit, may return the bottle of 1802, and condemned tho construction cmlduo put on the Louisville platform as favoranShay. your money ' ing the free and unlimited coinage of silmake thi. oiler II nu lit belied UDOIU ??' " 'J " It t m.oAuvu r ppoToU. TriafbottU free at A. K. I'enLy'f ver. Irug store. Large lire 30c and it. sane-tlficatlto-da- One of the heaviest rnlns of the sua-so- u John It. Jones left Monday for his (ell in thi) Cumberland Valley Tuea far off homo in Texas. day morning. Watermelons as largo as a balloon r, Mr. and Mrs. K M. HtiKuely, o( ran be hnd here for a nicklo and a cante-lop- e aro Lore visiting Mr. nud Mrs. thrown In. The crop is the finest for years In this section. C. II. Keeton. Josh Mills, colored, was arrested in Hon. It. 0. Ford apont a part of last week hero shaking bunds with the vo- Cincinnati last Thursday nnd brought here, charged with stealing a suit of I ters of Whitley. inati-tut- e rtlntl.ua t,n. If. f MUIIB. I1U IlltU I The fall term of tlio Ilnptist viuiiiiomuiu I'll, 1.' o. 1IT..II. II.. 1. .1 opened Mondny morning with a his examining trlnl Friday before Squiro J. A. Walls and was held over. good attendance. A protracted meeting is in progress at Tlio teachers' inatltuto la in session here this week conducted by Prof. John tho Baptist church. Tho pastor, Hew V. K. Foster, is being asalstetl by llev.T. II. 0. Willis, of Mitchell, Ind. young men gsvo a very delight Campbell, of Lancaster. The meeting The ful hop at tlio Central Hotel during the will contlnuo two weeks at least and Win-cheate- W. H, Brown sold to W. P. Grimes bunch of 1)00 cattle at 3c. G, A. Slier sold to various parties a lot of GOO pound cattle at 3c. Foit IIknt. Sixty acres of fine wheat land. 0. L. Crow, McKlnney. Fort Salk. 3,000 bales of excellent, hay. Josh 1$. Jones, Stanford, Ky. Eph Pennington sold to T. L. Lil-- 1 lard, of Boyle, n bunch of Bloers at 3Jc. M I liMU.. l.n..,.l.t f n W ' deveer soiuh fat heifers nnd cows at L'Jc. J. H. Baugbman A Co. nro only offering $1 75 for old corn and 50 cents for wheat. We have 75 good stock hogs for sale. All good stock. Powell & Harper, Hus-tonvill- j I I e. Jos. Kindfg, of York, Pa., bought 83 mule colts at Carlisle Mondny at from $5 to 20. Foit Salk.-I- O good feeding cattle, weighing 1,150 pounds. W. A. Cofley, McKlnney. Hay Is in demand in Cincinnati. Good timothy is worth 515 and clover nnd timothy mixed $12. The races at Galeeburg, 111., have been declared oil, owing to the small number of horses at tho track, Ed Decernea, New York, has Bold to L. V. HarknPBe, Lexington, for the noted trotting stallion A Hie Wilkes, 2:15 Senator John D Harris has 200 acreB of flue tobacco on his farm near Harris y Station, the largest crop perhaps in Madison county. May Day, the mare recently sold by Will Robinson, of Danville, could do no better than come fourth in the 2:21 trot at Louisville, Tuesday. King Chester, George F. Anderson's siadie stnllion, beat William M. Itue's World's Fair champion, Gambouito, in a harness ring nt Bowling Green. The condition of the cotton crop h placed at 70.8 per cent, by the September report of the department of agriculture. This is tho lowest nverage since 1SS1. Mid-dlebur- g Wol-ford- finest-lookin- 30-od- m Hus-ears- Tobacco worms are doing great damage in Southern Kentucky. Jim Wor- field, a grower In Todd, who lost 35 acres of tho weed, nnd 100 acres of corn, committed suicide. Tho Futurity winner, Requital, again demonstrated his superiority by defeating the Western crackr, Ben Brush nnd Cresendo. He covered the seven furlongs in the Flatbush Stake in 1:20 fiat. Sales of extra yearling steers at 3J; 75 three year old cattle at same price with $1 per head oil, a bunch of bogs at 4c and 121) cattle 1,450 to 1,510 pounds nt 1J to 4 j are reported in tho Winchester Democrat. Four of the fastest pacers in the world, Robert J., John R. Gentry, Joe Patcheu and Rubenstein wero to have mot in the pace at Louisville yesterday. Local sports predict that they will finish in the order named. -- E S. Powell, of tho "West End, sold his old stallion, Errlcsson, Jr , to a Casey county party for $30. He was a good breeder Hnd closely related to the fastest horses iu the country, but hia old age nnd tho low price of horses caused Mr. Powell to sell him nt the sacrifice he did. John T. Hedges, of North Middle- town, sold his half interest in the 4 year-oltrotting mare Annine, to J. S. Wil sou, for 12,000. Gus Shropshire has refused $1,200 for his rockaway gelding, which took premium here last week. He will take him to the St. Louis fair. Paris Kentuckian, D. N. Prowitt bought 50 sheep from Lyte Hudson at $1 a head, and 55 from Auee Rice at fl So. S. A. VanSickle sold to J. O. Johnson 40 Iiorb that averaged 252 lbs. at $3.77. Eubanks Bros, shipped IS head of fat cattle to Cincinnati and got 5c for them. They weighed 1,225 pounds when sold. Advocate. Hogb strayed or stolen. Ono red sow, woight about 170 lbs. Two black Berkshire bows, weight about 125 lbs each. Some white spots, one has three white feet. Also five shoate, will weigh Go to S3 lbs, one red and one black barrow. Other three spotted sows. Two of the five have no tails, no ear marks. I will give good reward for knowledge of their whereabouts. Jos. Ballou free-for-a- ll d Many of the gardens and farms in and near Lancaster are greatly in need of rain. License was granted this week to John Anderkiu and Paulina Belle Hardin to wed. A serenade of good voices greeted Botne of Lancaster's fair visitors on Tuesday evening. Since circuit court has adjourned Lancaster has the appearance of a deserted village. Elder George Gowen will fill his regular appointment at the Christian church on Sunday morning. Mrs C. M. Richardson, of Somerset, entertained last week in honor of her three nieces, Misses Nannie and Olivia Sweonoy and Bettie Robinson. Prof. H. O. Poage, who has been spending most of the summer here, left last week for Kirksville, where he will be first assistant at Elliott Institute. A Lancaster party enjoyed a day last week at n picnic upon the banks of Dix river. Boating, fishing, nnd eating made tho day pass pleasant- iy. Mr. James Newland, of Taint Lick, has had on exhibition in Lancaster some of the coffee from which he hopes in tho near future to reap such an abundant harvest. A wreck occurred on the Richmond road last night beyond Point Leavell between the tunnels. No one was injured but six cars were smashed. It was caused by running into etocK nnd "delayed the train several hours. Permit has been granted by the city council to Mrs. Mary Cunningham for tho erection of a frame dwelling on Depot street and to Frank Lackey, of color, for a residence on Water street near the Methodist church. The following are on tho Bick list nt this writing: Mr. Joe Petty is very low ot consumption and his death is only a matter of time. Gen. W. J. Landram continues In very feeble health. Mr. H. A. B. Marksbury and daughters, Mrs. Rice and Misses Altie and Bessie, are all sick. MiBsea Ida nnd Lilly Grant, Lizzie Thompson and Aunell Tomlinaou have all been sick, but are improving. Married on Wednesday morning by Elder George Gowen nt the home of the bride, Mrs. Belle Lingenfelter, and Mr. W. T. West, of this place. Mrs. West was a handsome and attractive widow with ono daughter nnd a nice farm of hei own and Mr. West is a thriving nud energetic merchant, who by economy and perseverance, has accumulated some of this world's goods. Mr. West wa8 a widower with four children. The bride and groom left for a short bridal trip to Cincinnati. A series of serious accidents were narrowly averted Tuesday by timely assistance. A traction engine was on Richmond Bt. and frightened several horses. As Mrs. John E. StormB waa driving down the street her horse became and it took six or more men to prevent the animal from running off. MiBS Alice Young also happened to be passing by and her horse became frightened, too, and several ran to her assistance. It Booms as if something should be done to provent the stopping of engines so near tho principal drives in the city. MiE8 Agnes Scott, of Mcholasville, is the guest of Mrs. Baker Walker. Mrs Margaret Dunn and Mrs. B. Mason were visitors in Danville Wednesday. Misa Nellie Hackney and brother, of London, nro guests of their sister, Mrs. Richard Ward. Messrs. J. O. Hemphill, J. Joseph, John M. Farra, W. B. Mason and W. Snugnra nro at in attendance nt the G. A. R. encampment in Louisyille. Misa Margaret Murphy, of Knoxville, is the guest of Mrs. B. H. Mrs. Wm. Jones, of Pine Hudson. Grove, ia expected here to visit Mr. and Mra. J. G. Sweeney. Dr. Geo. Petty and daughter, of Missouri, are expected this week to visit Mr. Joe Potty aud family. Rev. F. M. Hill is in Anderson county on a visit, having been called to the bedside of two ot hia brothers, who are very ill. Misa Alice Young left Wednesday for the Conservatory of music in Cincinnati. Miss Honey wood Huffman is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bettie Em bry, of Louisville. merry-making two-stor- y 1W STORE 41 HUSTONVILLE. -- THE- Charles Wheeler EMPORIUM. New Goods At Rock Bottom Ppiees General - Merchandise, Everything In -:- Clothing, Millinery, Clcaks, &c. smith YOTarsr.!.. Sar.E3KCAKr. Teath Extracted Without Pain. i&5&Era2& . Teeth Crowned Teeth Filled Without Pain. Without Pain. .SWfrWPWrrvSvJJvtf w Wi ir;, ;;; gmffsa " -- - O r Q i ! DR. E. P. BENDER, Famous Surgeon of National Reputation. Formerly President oi the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit STANFORD ism mss& 41 MM8S Rflonday,September23 ?" Remaining one week until Saturday, Sept. 28th. "2 Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the profession. He is prepared to EXTRACT, iQBOWN AND FILL TEETH WITHOUT PAIN. And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, ho is the easiest, quickest and best painless extractor in the United States so acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes pain in any operation he makes no charge. to-da- y Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain Between the Hours of8:80and 9:80 Each Day. Teeth $5. Teeth $8. Teeth $iO. l y Tooth Extracted Froo of Charge When Plates aro ordered. Fillings with nil kiuds of material without pain at reasonable cost. Many symptoms of catarrh, headache, earache, indigestion, dyspopsla, etc., aro the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To bo cured of these aches and pains one must commence at their origin, which is the teeth and gums, which ar only cured by the skilled treatment of a dentist. Thoso who aro in a delicate aud nervous condition can come and have teeth extracted and tilled and feci as calm as if they had had no work performed. Dr. Bonder guarantees all work and dos as he advertises. Come early aud ayoid the rush, as hU rooms aro always crowded. Office hours 9 a. m to 5 r. m. Free hour 8:30 to 9:30 each day. CONSULTATION FKEE. for-tuu- e. - m m c "'' Wfe. Dr. I. N. Vaughn, one of the oldest dentists in the State, is dead at Hopkino ville. 'William Rose, said to have a wife nnd child at Medina, O., shot and killed the wife of Philip Kubn at Denver, Col., because he discovered that ehe was already married when be, Roso, married her six weeka ago. George Butterworth, of Greenup, this State, attempted suicide because his sweetheart had jilted him. He made a failure and now he is glad of it Tho woman he loved recognized bis devotion and marriod him the following day. The American Defender waa defeated by the British Valkyrie in tho second of the Beries of yacht races for the America's cup. The finish was close, and it waa claimed that the Defender waa delayed at the start by being fouled by the Valkyrlo. The weather isn't behaving ns well as it might, but after nil Old Sol isn't tnak-iu- g it as hot for the vetorans aa the Johnnies made it for the raw levies BOino 30 odd years ago. Never mind tho weather so tho wind doesn't blow or the bullets whistle. Things in general have moderated considerable since Betsy died, aa they say down in Quinine Jim McKenzie's neck of the chinconn woods. Louisville Times. to-da- - Irish farm laborers, according to an exchango, are paid 25 centa a day and have the following bill of are: Breakfast, dry bread and tea; dinner, soup, a very little meat aud potatoes, no bread; supper, cornmeal mush, bread nnd goat's milk, or buttermilk; no butter and seldom an egg. New York firemen aro using bicycles to get to fires. DR. E. P. BENDER. Stanford Male Academy, F.J. DUFFY, OZPZEHSTS A lull Preparatory Course lor College Education. Is (utnished; also bruchei tsieatial to a Thorough Miss Mattto L. Paxton will again fill the position of Assistant. SBFT. Principal, GE3D, 1895. English t .J1 "r'" J'ST - "T Wj 9PIIR,'fl?,WRlJfTT(BpMWfjj",iiiiii(UIwljijj5w. "1P w . WV-- " " - - wt;P' HMI-WEEK- INTERIORJOUM acknowledge the compliment in stirring tho old general had to come forward and h7 words of appreciation. The drum and fife vie with the hunSeptember 13, 1895 dreds of bands in making martial music. went Stanford, Kt., in smoko at Dixie and Old Kentucky Homo are the tho Defender and the Valkyrlo has been .AT THE Fire in the lumber yards at San favorite airs and they never fail to elicawarded to tho American yacht, on acJose, Cal., caused a loss of (350,000. it hearty cheers. As I writo a Massa W. P. WALTON. Henry Mooney, at Dixon, fell from count of tho fouling by the Valkyrie at chusetts band is playing the former, tho start. while away down the line another is a.wagon and a nail punctured his heart. Mrs. Jane Powell, a widow 70 yeaiB The population of Louisville in 1800 filling the Kentucky bosom with enthu-siar- a old, was shot to death in Pittsylvania Estimated population now with the latter. It is a privilege to was 359. county Va., by a mob in her effort to see and hear the soul stirring exhibition 200,000. protect Jior son who had raped a young At Laporte, Ind., Frank Sutton fell of peace and friendliness and worth all lady in tho neighborhood. from his horee while drunk and broke the crowding and crushing one has to pass A law went Into effect in New York through to do so. Thirty years ago these his neck. Monday prohibiting clergymen from A party of coon hunters killed 84 hosts were invading the South to conmarrying couples under IS. Should any quer it and were met by cordons of bay- coons on Tiggert creek, Greenup county clergyman do so he is liable to bo held onets and tornadoes of shot and shell. Friday night. Georgetown University, at Wash- as an accessory to a criminal otleuse. To-dthey are met with open arms Col. Phil B. Thompson, Jr., in an Fifty Men In Lino, and peace and brotherly love combine to ington, has promulgated an order pro- interview in New York City, shth that Viewed by Many Hunmake us forget all else than that this is a hibiting foot ball. Every article carrying within itself the convincing proof that in its George C. Smith committed suicide Gen. Hardin and Senator Blackburn are dred country, henceforth to be one dead euro winners. Wo Bhall seo what purchase you are saving money. Your purse will open quickly and indivisible. The old eoldiera who at Philadelphia when ho discovered that wo shall see about tlm latter prediction. gaze upon the splendid bargains in our new march before us now brought dismay he had been robbed. The New York Central railroad has Tho City in Holiday Attlro and Do- and terror when they visited us before. Rev. Daniel Griflin, at Albany, Ga broken the world's record for faot time, ing Horsolf Proud. who was To day they come with swords beaten shot and killed his hauling a train weighing 502,000 pounds into plowshares and with peace and acting as a peacemaker. from New York to Buffalo In 407 minImvo people were killed ana as magood will written on the tattered and utes, an average of 04 and !" Louisville, Sept. IS. "Jerusal-n-Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Notions. All shades ny injured in h collision on the Great miles an hour. The English record aid an old woman last night, who was torn flags they display with so much Northern railroad, in Minnesota. All wool serge 40 in. wide, 25c. with a very light train, is 03 and ouo- - m double width dress goods. 15c. evidently from away back in the rural Dride. Then they were in the flush of Corbett has not yet begun training Strictly all wool Tricot, 25c. Canton Flannels, 5, 6, jyJt youthful ardor; now their steps aro third miles. and dletricte, as ahe whb swayed and eurged for his fight with Fitzsimmons. He is 10c. Nice fancy bordered and fringed napkins, 12x12, 25c per doz. by the mass of humanity that crowded shortening, their forms are bending and now in Canada playing base ball. Fourth Avenue and many blocks North thei1 eyes are growing dim. A few more 16x16 inch fancy bordered A soldier at Fort Sheridan, while atand South, "I dtclare I didn't know years and they will have heard the tempting to escape from the there were as many people in the world." drum's last tattoo. May they then re- waa shut and killed by a eentinel. A farm with trood dwellinir and all ntcraurv Southwett of Huttonvillc. And if you could have eeen the terriffic ceive from on high the plaudit that a Drew McDaniela was killed by Mack outbuildlngt, 3 tnllct In corn, Fifty or foacret to go grateful country gives them here, "Well 40 to 8 it jammed and rammed, you fight over a di- and 15 or 30 to go In hemp. Twenly-hv- to in wheat throne and WilliamJAtkins in a aetea In done good and faithful servants." good grata. AlTnrit-dat- t land. 29x14 inch bath towels 5c. 2S.XI2 inch all linen towels 5c. would likely have thought as ehe, if you vision of lumber in Elliott county. Also 300 UuiheU Hurt Oatt for Sale. E. S. I'OW ELL, hadn't given utterance to it. The news- 'Hist! hark! What melodious and Rov. J. W. Bullock, a Campbelllte lluttonvillc, Ky. papers estimate that there are 300,000 familtar strains are those that greet my preacher, wants the democratic nomina ear? It is the Stanford Gold Band and tion for representative in Mason county. visitors in the city and the veteran boya DON'T KORUKTTHAT n blue, with their friends, are here from it is out of sight. Doc Penny is in his While digging a gas trench in HamOur Shoe and Hoot line is complete in every respect, We arc pre Maine to California and from the Gulf glory and Lt. Severance Post is happy. ilton, O , John Weis came across a masBoth Post and band compare favorably todon's tooth which weighed 13 pounds. THE FAVORITE MILLS, pared to furnish them to you at the old prices. to the Lakes. There was nothing like it ever seen in Louisville before, but as with tho best. Desa Maschke, aged 12 years, collidCLOTHING. We have our Fall and Winter Clothing in and it is AT McKINNKY, KY., It was 3 o'clock when the tail end of ed with a team while riding a bicycle vast as is the undertaking of caring for ready for inspection. We arc better prepared to supply the wants of such a crowd, she seems to be fully equal the Kentucky contingent, the last of the and was killed at Cooperstown, this Have jutt been overhauled and repaired ( 01 bot t . t.1! tom to top Djr tse imioui Kicntnuou ulty Mill me jjuunt ! man we nave ever Dccn. . connection with ui ui.u line .1 In to it- - Everybody seems to have some- line, hove in sight. So it took a little State. york, of Richmond, Ind, and with capacity now increaaed, are dome mote and better work our ready made clothing we have where to sleep, as nearly every house, over four hours for the Posts to pass. An Frank Phillips, leader of the an elegant line of Tailoring Samthan ever before, and with the old reliable D V private or otherwise, is thrown open and idea of the number of men and the feud in West Virginia, was Kennedy ai head miller, you are eure of good ples for the coming season. The selection is complete in II luia t. Flour and fair every ui every other house appears to be a res- length of line can from this statement be dangerously shot in a difficulty in Pike your grinding treatment. buying calland bring old tor our and when and wall established brand, favorite Patent, It's no wonder county. good cheer pre- measurably imagined. taurant. The utmost Favorite and Kakert' Choice. HATES A SON, vails and if anybody is unhappy he fails they whipped us. Thirty years after the France has but 75 horses to each war there are nearly as many of them 1,000 of population while America has Succmiot to K. L. Tanner & Favorite Milling Co. to show it. The city is decorated from one end to still in pretty good fighting trim as were 230. Cows number 171 to each 1,000 in the Confederate army. persons. the other with National emblems in ; A shocking catastrophe occurred at G design. They give it a shape and A littlo boy at Providence, R. L, A. URBANSKY & CO., J Proprietors, gala appearance by day and the myriads A. m. Wednesday. The Louisville Le- while sailing a miniature Defender and : : I gion was on its way to fire a salute when Valkyrie fell into the pond and was T. D. RANEY, Manager. of electric lights, arranged to represent Sixty Acre Farm Near Stanford. the red, white and blue, blaze in glory an explosion of a caisson occurred, blow- drowned. Branch Stores. Prof. S. E. Cox, of South Kentucky at night. Many of the decorations are ing a corporal, three privates and a driv be roid at public auction without reserve Will Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, er to atoms and wounding two other College, who was injured by being very costly, that of the Courier-Journ'95, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. being especially so. The no- soldiers. There were CO pounds of pow- thrown from a train, is dead at Hop On and others At 1 o'clock In the afternoon, at dwelling house ble old building, corner Fourth and der and the explosion, which is a mys- kinsville. on the premitef. John Wright killed a man named caster pike, on DtxSituated near StanfordInand LanGreen, has COO electric lights and over tery as to cause, shook the windows out Klver, fertile and a high of buildings near where it happened, Artrps in Pike county, and after dancing tateol cultivation. Haa on It acomlortable Jwtll. the statue of Prentice appears a G. A. R. lag home, good baru and all othcrnccettary out-badge in many colored lights. From the corner 4th and Broadway. In an hour about the corpse, took the victim's hone buildingi. fine orchard and many kind ol irnal fruitt and bcrnei. I'ienty of good water. In a flC staff hang in four directions bun or two afterwards the Times was out in and escaped. neighborhood, near church and achcol. Tcrmi cath.balancc In rand t yean. dreds of lanterns. The building Is the an extra, telling of the terriblo mishap. William Palmer, traveling manager Full course in Literary Department. M. SPKED PEYTON. 50 The colored troops resort of thousands, who want to get a were in of the "Trilby" Company, committed Five Months with Board, &c, for $Ss, S90, S95, according to grade. peep into the place where the greatest their element and they presented a suicide in a room of the Southern Hotel creditable appearance. Old Kentucky at St. Louie. newspaper in the South is made. J. M. HUBBARD, President, The Press Quarters, on Fourth street had the largest number of them, while if The will of Susan W. Talmage, wife WE WILL BE Howard Female College, near Main, occupy a whole floor nf a Louisiana had any other representatives of Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, was probatGallatin, Tennessee. large building and are ample to enter I failed to see them. Each of the latter ed. The estate, valued at $00,000 is left tain royally the more than 400 newspa- - carried the cotton around tho cane Vir- - to her husband. per men and women from all over the ginia had few other than colored repreLouis K. Deroodo, son of Prof. R the country. It is provided with tele- sentatives in the procession, as nearly Deroode, i under arrest at Lexington, graph, typewriters, writing material, files all the Virginians fought on the other charged witu vagrancy anu Keeping a disorderly house. of newspapers from home And abroad side. Louisville is certainly doing herself James Whitcomb Riley, the Hoosier and everything else calculated to add to With you m the convenience of the scribe, wkile in a proud. And by the way, she is much poet, has become a bicycle crank, and -- The more of a city than many of us are aware. only at odd times does he give litera large ante chamber are gathered numerCelebrated- Men's, Boys' and Children's and Hundry things of creatnre com- From a booklet issued for the benefit of ture his attention. ous During a fight witu members of the fort, which flow as free as water. Chair- the visitors, I gather that LouiBville hsB man R. G. Brown i'h ably assisted in en- a population of 235.000, has seven miles AtkinB family in Elliott county, D. M. tertaining by Mr. Young E. Allison and of water front, 2SG miles of streets and McDaniel was killed, his head being the local members of the press and Em-m- 100 miles of street railway. She has 173 chopped off his body, The best on earth. The best is always the cheapest. Try one. Logan's "What'll" is heard on ev- churches, more for its siza than any city The people of the United States, use ery side. If newspaper men were not In tho Union. Of manufactories it has on an average, 12,000,000 postage stamps u ninilal nt -of all kinds every day, or a total of about the moat abstemious in the world, there 9 iw.u, niiwiHHii Mt C IK IW flAJI ,.. (iu,wv,uw, 30,000 men. Twelye railroads 4,3SO,000,000 per annum. would be many of us past navigating, The Cotton States and International but as it is, not a man is even slightly onter the city and each haa been listed to its fullest capacity this week. This exposition at Atlanta will be opened "How come you so !" Through the courtesy of our excellent is the largest leaf tobacco market in the Wednesday, and already there are indiMr Tim W. HigginB, we world, 175,000 hogsheads of 1,400 each, cations of a large attendance. are witnessing the grand parado from being handled here yearly, valued nt Coroner Caster, of Indianapolis, will At Very Low Prices. the portico of the Kenton Club building $15,000,000. It is also the largest mark- return a verdict of murder in the caao of We arc now ready to show our customers the largest and best as- on Fourth Btreet, while less fortunate et for copper distilled whisky in the Howard Pitzel and will charge H. II. people paid from 1 up to Bit in tho hot Universe, as well as the largest in plow Holmes directly with the crime. sorted line of Carpets ever brought to Stanford. You can certainly John Crawley, of Chapmnn, Kansas, sun on tiers of seats that lined the works. Its ffomen are tho prettiest and find just what you arc looking in Moquettcs, Velvets, Body Brussels its men are among the finest "that e'er suicided on bis wife's grave and wolyes streets along the line of march. Tapistry Brussels, All Wool Ingrains, Hemp and Straw Mattings, Oil At 10:50 the old soldiers, honded by the sun shone on," who carry into ate his face and body so that he was Cloths, Lenolium Mattings, Coco Matts, Rugs, Napias Matting, people in carriages and on charming effect their knowledge of how hardly recognizable when found. Louisville Benjimin Stevenson, aged 41 yearB, horseback, began to pass the Kenton. to entertain. Dutch Three Ply. You can not afford to miss our bargains' Camp fires were lighted at Phumix committed suicide with poison at his Gov. Brown in a carriage was received Make it a point to see our goods and you will know where to purwith cheers and hearty but Hill, Music Hall and National Park home in Murphysville. He had been l chase your fall floor coverings. Hats, Neckwear. the people went wild with delight when last night, where entertaining programs confined to his bed with typhoid fever. Gen. Lawler was recognized, and as he were carried out. Music, speaking and The special race at Sheepshead Bay rode by on his foaming gray steed men good cheer prevailed and the old boys was won by Henry of Navarre, who went The Nobbiest, yelled, women clapped and waived their lived over again the stormy scenes of the mile and an eighth in 1:53 . Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford. Ky Dom The business meeting of the ino was second and Rey El Santa Anita handkerchiefs, while he acknowledged The Most Stylish, with uncovered head and waives of his encampment will be held this morning, last. And at Low Prices. cbapeau. Then the Illinois Posts began when it is conceded that Col. I. N. Walk-eCol. II. O. Rodenbaugh, whose tragof Indiana, will bo chosen as com ic death at Versailles recently is fresh in to paes and for 40 minutes they continued to go by till it looked like the whole mander in chief. The race for senior-vic- e the minds of our readers, left an estate commander is between Gen. Hob-Bo- n of 120,000, including $5,000 life insurState was in the procession. One of the and Capt. Minton, and here's hoping ance. FALL STOCK, bands struck up"Dixie"and enthusiasm Call and see us before making your Lou Rooker, a molder at Indianap went wild. One could feel a sensation that the former will win. Three cities Fall purchases. Satisfaction start at the soles of his feet and travers- are contesting for the next encampment, olis killed hiB wife and attempted to kill guaranteed or money ing his body, make hiB hair stand on St. Paul, Denver and Buffalo, which Mrs. Emma Pees with a razor and then ends like quills on a porcupine. A saeni to stand in the order named. But cut his throat, perhaps fatally. Jealousy refunded. Pennsylvania band played "Old Ken of tho result I shall tell you by tele led to the crime. George Brown, of Louisiana, colored, All Colors- Soft and Stiffs. tucky Home;" another from away down graph. A big program is down for to a native of Virginia claims to huve forth the strains of "Yankee day; South sent the city will be ablaze Doodle," amid cheers and other demon- with fireworks and the bur- blacked "Mr. George Washington's strations of delight. It was a grand and goo will bo spread, after which tho boyB shoes many's de time." He estimates glorious sceue, which filled every heart will go home to talk of the Louisville his age at 131 years. At Colita, Texas, J. O. Marsh, a con encampment as the most successful and with greater patriotism. is opposite Hon. Henry pleasant of the 29 that have boen hold. stable, and Frank Reed had a quarrel, The Kenton Both men WatterBon'a residence, which is profuso-l- y So here's to them and to their families. and agreed to shoot it out. decorated with flags and lights, a U. May they live long to enjoy the fat of armed themselves snd met shortly afterthe land and the pensions a grateful ward. Reed was killed. Strictly Oneirics Ming Rous., S. Bhield appearing in many colored LANCASTER, KY., sat the great ed- country gladly bestows upon those who In front A quarrel over the ownership of ia wife and to their right that deserve them. resulted in a w. P. W. ordinary braes itor and bis Has now on hand Weather-BoardinCeiling, Flooring and all kinds most cowardly murder at Turkey Creok, grand old soldier and statesman, Gen. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O Specliltothe Interior Journal. O. As the result of the affair, John Simon Bolivar Buckner. A Wisconsin B Stanford, Ky. We use only Alabama Pine and Mountain' recognized the two great men and Lodibvillb, Sept. 12. Day spent in Holt, an old and well respected citizen, Post Yellow paused in their march to do them bonj apeecn maaing ana nearlng reports. No is dead, and George Hughes, a neighbor, Danville, Ky. Poplar. We are prepared to meet competition from all points on or, keeping up their demonstrations till elections at 4 o clock. W. P. W. j is under arrest. cash orders. Mrs. S. M. Gilbert, of Louisville, was supremo Treasurer of the A New York Contral train ran 143 Knightaand Ladles of Honor by tho miles In 134) minutes. Supremo Lodge, in session at St. Louie, Over $100,000 worth of leaf tobacco Tho raco sailed Monday botween up Lancaster, Pa. NEWSY NOTES. elected NEW : GOODS THE G. A. R. Success. Louisville Store. Tlic Louisville Encampliient a Glorions Thousand Thousands. New Goods at the Louisville Store As well as the Lowest Prices. ay son-in-la- m one-thir- d Fall and Winter Stoek. 8'j FOR KEITT. e guard-hous- e, Napkins 50c A Dozen. o Shoes !..! 1 oy res-pec- La-di- THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAiTaponD, xrsr., ov-e- ry PUBX.IC SAEE. A Groat Bargain -- al Saturday. Sept. ai, 1 firtt-cla- u Educate Your Daughters. One-thir- d to-d- ay SQUARE TOD NEED ONE. Vulean Chilled Plows, ett cm-ployi- ng MtMitUi oiuimiiuw. h. WEAREN & CO. Furnishing (joods io-da- y band-clap- s, 2-- "a W ITHERS & HOOKER '01-'C- r, Latest : Style : Shapes, -- GLOBE H. : J. : M'ROBERTS, The Noel Planing Mill Co. g, cow-be- ll u rfVwHmm"ini.' -iJ mgnmtnimiw ., , - ,. . -- 1 ... ,- - -- , w Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 13, 1895 3tanford. Kv Septoiiier E. C. Walton, Business Manager Tint beBt Block of tablet, nchool books, pens, inkw, pencils, and hcIioo! supplies in town. Come In ami prices will prove It. Penny's Dnm Store. PERSONAL POINTS. Mies Mahy Hiicck tins a viblt to lioylo. returned from k V I is w u I. I Mrs. Katk Duddkiiaii ia in the city buying millinery Roods. Mit. C. T. Cohen, of Woodford, is bis aunt, Mrs. Sallio Morelnnd. Mr. W. S. Stonk, of Liberty, was here yesterday the Kiieet of Mr. 0. K. Tate. Miss LizzikTvviowkll, of Huetonville, went to Elktnn Tuesday to visit frionds. Mr. Mikk Elkin, of Uarrard, wpr tbe gue&t of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hout this week. Mr. Jons H. Jonkh, of St. Joe, Mo., is visiting his parents and friends in this county. Mr. J. XxriN Oahter left Wednesday for Martinsville, Ind., for tbe benefit of bis health. Mm. It. Zimmkr. of Richmond, spent Wednesday with her brother, Mr. (Jhar-li- u Rentier. Mrs. J. M. IIkucb and littlo dauebter, of Glasgow, aro KiteatB of her mother, Mrs. N. J. Tyree. Mas. John 8. May and children, ol Somerset, are visiting her father, Mr. Fielding Thurmond. Mr. Ai.lks Logan, of Kansas City, arrived Tuesday to visit bis parents, Mrs. 1. W. Logan, Messrs. J. 0. and A. J. Kokrih, of Ash Grove Mo., are visiting relatives and fritmls in this county Mist Mauy II uo ii kb and brother, William Hughes, of Hloomington, III., are guests of Mrs. I. M. Hruco. Mb. T.J. FotTRR returned from where be left bis daughter, Mrs. Thomas Motcalf, couaidorably improved. Tuesday's Louisville Times contains a eplsndid picturo and write up of our old friend James "Crow" Dillion, of Lancaster, Mr. 8. I). Isos, of liurgin, accompanied Miss Emylenu Alexander home from that placa and was her guest for several days. Mrs. Hannah JxN.Nt.sns, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. A. Lackey, left Wednesday for ber borne in St. Louis. Mr. Matt Woodson, of Middlesboro was here Wednesday to see bis wife and children, who are visiting at Mr. 0. J. Crow's. Mini Adilx Saitlky, who bas been troubled with malarial fever for a week or more, went down to Linniettn Springs Tuesday. Mr. Gioiiok Skvxrancx, of Topeka, Kansas, is visiting his brother, Mr. Joseph Severance. It bas been over IS years since bo was here before. Mil. Harvky Gentry, of Kansas City, Mo., arrived Wednesday to spend a few days with bis brother, Mr. 0. E. Gentry. This is bis first visit in 13 years. Mk. W. A. Moiiehia, who liHS been in a joint agency at Uorryton, Tenn., bas been promoted to a position in tbe Master Mechanic's ollicu at Middlesboro. Mk. J. W. Brown, of Hay county, Mo , is here on a visit to relatives in this and He is n brother-i- n law CaBey counties. of Mr. Levi Myers and spent eaverul days with him. Mr. T. II. Idol moved hia family to Lexington yesterday to "reside, much to tno regret of their many friend in this county. Mr. Idol will continue to run his music Btore here. Mrs. TnuKitKAHT writes ua that Miss Kodie Andrews, of Arkansas, here for ber sweet voice and other accomplishments, is ouu of the musical faculty in Dr. Price's school nt Nashville. Mr. Gkorqk T. McKoderts wont up to 15 rod bend Tuesday, where ho says be is going to Btay until Nov. 5, when be will return to bis old home here and voto the straight democratic ticket as be bas been doing for nearly 50 years. vlei-tlriK Dr-an- Fields Salter, colored, was placed in Orchard boya at the residence of Mrs. jail yesterday charged with stealing Ltura Moore. The lawn was brilliantly Cottaoe for rent on lower Slain chickens from Mr. J. B. Mersbon. illuminated with Japanese lanterns and street. Harvey Helm. presented a beautiful appearance. Quito Ladies, gentlemen and boys Macin- a large crowd was present The latest noveltleo can bo found nt and all agreed toshes are now on hand at Sbanka. Tbey the leading jeweler's, Danks. that Miss Alice entertained in her usual are cheap, tbey are Btyllsb, tbey are olegant manner. You can savo money by dealing with good. Mrs. 0. T. Wallace, of Point Leavell, a Craig & Hocker, cash druggists. againBt was in Crab Orchard Monday. Rev. All persona having claims " Ik your eyesight U dim. try Danka. Lincoln county must lllo same on before Wm. Anderson, of Knoxville, is visiting Sept. 21, 1893, as no claims can be filed his father at this place. Miss Katie the optician. Spectacles from f I up. .. m alter that date. James F. Cummins, Simpson and Dr. W". S. Benzloy were Craiq & Hocker handle the chcanest Olurk. with tho latter'a parenta Sunday. Mi. and best linn of paints on the market. and Mrs. J. II. Stephens and their two a . tiik K. 0. broke tbe record tho other daughters left Tuesday night for their Silver manicure articles nnd ui to night by making a round-trito Rich- future homo in Loxington, to tho regret date noveltiea at the leading jeweler's, mond, with a heavy train each way, in of their many friends here. Miss Nan Danks. four hours. It was Capt. W. U. Kirov's nie McWhorter is yiaiting her brother, Don't miss our great jewelry 8ale. No train and Engineer Honry Lainmers was J. 0. McWhorter. Miss Lizzie Logan, such prices have ever been quoted here. at the throttle. Tbe freight business hB after a pleasint visit to ber sister, Mrs. been very heavy during this week and Boyd, haa returned home. Littlo MarG. L. Penny, pxor. numerous extra trips have been made. garet Wallace ia still very ill of typhoid Plxabk don't ask us to credit you for a a Wreck. Seven coaches of tho K. C. fiver. Henley McClure, of McKiuney, coal. It grieves us to refuse you. Pay apent Sunday with hia mothtr. The entire stock of- cash and get it cheap. It. R. Nool A train which left here at 3 M , Wednes day, left tho track at Point Leavell withSon. Lula Seedam, of Anderson, Ind., out any apparent cause. The train was 11 years old gave birth to a perfect Dit. Bender, the painless dentist, who running slowly and nobody was hurt. just boy. Medical books do not show a gave bo much satisfaction during his last Tbe paBsengera were taken to Richmond Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Plated Wares and Novelties visit here, will be with ua again the week on tbe engine and were not delayed younger mother for this climate. Jama Wright, of Greenup, this of the 23J. much, but it took all night to clean up State, killed a 7G pound cat fish with a Owned by the late A. R. Penny. The goods are new, of standard A nkw line of Fall dress goods bas just tbe wreck. hatchet, and found in it a fish of tbe quality and may be depended upon. You have never had an opporbeen received at Shanks. Call in and tunity equal to this. Do not let it escape you. and Saturday are field dayB buffalo species nearly two feet long. seo the different styles and obtain prices at Middlesboro and several Stanford athThe South Boston Iron Works were which can not be beat. letes will take part. Tbo base ball team bo d by tbe master comminsioner to tbe Middlesboro Town and Land Com W. H. Wearxn fc Co. have packed of this place will play tbe borne club a game each day, Put Geer and Sam Em- - pany for $03,000, the other bidder beinc 2,000 dozen eggs for the Winter trade. 0. M. Woodbury. If tbey keep well tbe firm ought to real- bry will likely start in the bicyclo races and Mr. Geer will add to bis laurels by ize a nice little sum out of them. NEW ADVKHHSKMENTd. showing tho people of tho Magic City There was a mistake of 11,000 in the what h ppriuter he ia Tho Middlesboro publication of tbe price at which tbe boyo p all expenses and promise tbe FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. Johu BhII Gibson place sold. We tried visitorr a preat time. to say J2.C05, but the types got it if 1,(305. Bora' Fall Clothing at Shanks'. SILVERWARE 3 m m m .. . aa m Bargains I -- p DANKS, The Jeweler. AT COST FOR CASH. WATCHES, : CLOCKS, G. L. PENNY, Exor. Wil-mo- re Hav.v you taken advantage of our reElder George Gowen'a meeting at everything connected with duced silverware sale ? If not, you are Mable. imall Jarm of There (or a outfit It almott about to acrei near htanford. McCormack'a will close making a mistake, as we aro offering Thu new, having bought the moil genuine bargains to make room for Fall have been 12 confessions so far and the of it itncethn firttot" July. My only reason for detirinK to ditposeol the property it that I have meeting haa been a glorious one. Block. Danks, the Jeweler. other buiinets that requires my whole time. The Orders have been sent to London for party who tradet can hare a five years' lease on Thu trade will suit who Get a pair of Zieicler shoes. Tbey are 5,000 Bibles, 5,000 hymn booka and 5,000 the barn. mane money, for I have anybody trade wants to a gocd cheapest becauso they wear the long catechisms, to be sold in tbe Fiji Islands. already established. I would like to have tome the enrrespondence with partiet who have Farms to est, because they are the most comforta- The Fiji Islanders gave nearly $25,000 to trade. K. M. JACKSON, London, Ky. ble, because they aro the most Ptylisb. foreign missions last year. They aro sold only at Shanks'. The Kentucky conference will hold m its 75th annual session in tbe Methodist I Myers House. Mrs. M. C. Bumside tells us that she has rented the Myers church at Winchester, beginning next House to Capt. Thomas Richards, who Wednesday morning, Sept. 18tb, at 9 On Thursday, Sept. 19, will tako charge on Nov. Uh, at which o'clock. Thero will bo about 200 minisand laymen present. Bishop A. G. As Administrator ol the estate ol H. L. Worley ters time Mr. P. W. Green's lease expires. deed., I will tell at the Harvey Helm farm, on the Uaygood, of Georgia, will preside. Manford and Sholny City pike, about s miles from a Crop, Agricultural ImpleA dispatch from Harrodsburg eayc: The meeting recently held at Mt. Stanford, the Growing as ments and Live Stock acres (I Corn. 4 acrea Sorghum, 3 stacks "Mrs. Daniel McCarthy presented her Carmel by Elders Collia and Thomas, of u "nd l' interest in two bnsbtnd with triplets-t- wo boys and a Loxington, continued for three weeks. or Tobacco. Two pair of work Mules, a good acres milk Crws, one Saddle Colt, one girl. The boys weigh 10 pounds each, Tho interest was good throughout. On Filly, both unbroken. 4 Sows and Pigs. 8 head of while tbe little sister pulled the beam many occasions tho bouse, as large as it yourr Cattle, and the uaual Farming fn,n.m.n. Will alto rent 60 acres of Oras Land until Jan- at six pounds. This is tbo sixth set of is, was not sufficient to hold the people, Terms made known on day of sale. triplets that have been born in this and many were turned away. There MKS. BELLE WORLEY, Adair. county." wero 32 additions. Paris Kentuckian. (Irtt-claii t. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ?ul,d ,ll',"o 'chnKe my LIVERY STA. HLE In London, Kjr., comiitlnz of 15 good, freih lionet, DucKira, Drummrrt' Wagons, and in Uct Has been the rage all Summer and it is time now to turn your thoughts to what shade you will have your new Fall dress. If yow look at our new goods you can't help catching the Boucli Yellow 55-- tt a m FTJBiLIC SALE '95, m Or the Mohair fever, for these are two of the new things in dress goods. Beautiful line of Serges for skirts. Goods were never as cheap as now, but there is a steady advance going on in the East all the time. Come let us show you. Fever follows-Slat- y ,5..' one-h- SEVERANCE & SON. That enterprising a lack of sonABro., of Danville, sunt up a two column advertisement for this issue, but space made it necessary for us firm, A. B. Robert. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. EXECUTOR'S SALE. 1, Ley! Thornton and Mrs. Linda Fid-le- r, ISAVEVcu.,ero' aged 80, wero married at Gallipolta , Shelby I will on the estate of Mrs. Mary Steele to bold it up until Tuesday's paper. It 0. Tho groom baa been married four ia 85 years of age. will appear then and if you want to read different times and Dr. C. W. Kavanaugb and Miss Rbo-d- a about new and stylish gooda at low priCaldwell, both of Anderson county, ces don't fail to peruse it. drove to Springfield and were married by - Constable T. J. HENBDiCTarrestedand Rev. Miles Saunders. placed in jail Tuesday night John Jones J. B. Glasscock, a widower, of charged with shooting Isaac McCorraack, and Miss Alico Foxwortb, of also colored. The shooting occurred near Mt. Carmel, president of Pulaski Female Milledgoville Saturday night and three College, wero quietly married at the bullets from Jones' pistol struck McCor-mac- k homeofThoa. Powers near Mt. Carmel. in bis arms and bands. The latter Rev. Sam Small's divorced daughhIbo fired a couple of Bhots, neither of ter, Mrs. Lola Small Jackson, was marwhich hit Jones. ried in Washington to Stewart II. Ford, Every man, woman and child who a young hotel clerk of Richmond, Va. could spare tbe time hnd money took She had known Mr. Ford lees than a advantage of tbo cheaji rHtea to Louis- week. James Earing, aged S5 years, and ville this week. Agen J. S. Rico sold Margarot Christy SO botb of Crawford 310 round trip tickets nd will sell mil-n- y Tuesday, Oot. 1895, " Sell on the premises at the family residence. "Arcsdla," at pub'ie outcry to the highest bidder, Flem-ingsbur- About 1,500 Barrels of Com, a lot of Hay and Fodder, Farming Implements, Cozes, Hosts, Horses and Marcs, 8? Slice), nine Mules ana 5 work Mules. At the same time and place I will rent to !h highest and lust bidder lor the year 1S96 About 380 Acres of Land, too acres to be cultivated in Corn. 30 acres for small grain and about ajo acres of Crass Land Possession of the land to be cultivated in small grain will be given lor seeding purposes as soon as the corn is cut and full possession of It and the othtr land will be given January 1, 1896. 1 ERMS The property will be told on a credit of threo months fromday of sale and tho purchaser will be required to execute note with approved pernoual security, bearing Interest from day of sale. All sums under 10 cash The ranter of the land will be required to give two notes of equal amounts with approved personal security and due Julv 1, 1806, and January 1. 1897 ISAAC MIELllY, JR., Exor T I). Knglish, Auctioneer b HIGGINS & McKINNEY, -- 1 tempt it. Shot. would bo necessary fori us to enlarge years ago that day they made n solemn this paper to mention tljo nameB of all vow that not until thoy wero in circumwho went, consequently we will not at- stances to enjoy hfo would thoy marry. j more ht an tomorrow. It county, Pa., married Saturday. Sixty well-kno- wn Mr. John Lackpwitz, of the 'i received a telegram Tuesday stating that his Hon, Frod, who was a lineman for the Western Union Telegraph Co., had been fearfully shot near Columbia, Tenn., and in a few hours got another saying he was dead. Mr. left at once for Columbia and will likely bring tho body hero for interment. The messages did not state who did the ahooting or why it was done. Lack-owitz soction, ,' V.L. McCarty, of the VKings Mountain Fine perfumes at Craig it Hooker's. ' Canning Co , sends ua irord that he ia D11. Bbniibii la coming nRain. See ad. doing a big business anu that over cana of tomatoes ha'io already boon on first paKO. r r ' put up. Ho baa sold a half dozen or more SrscTACLKS fitted to any eye nt Craig car loads and tho demand for hia gooda k Mocker's. ia greater than he can sufcply. W have Maccabeea will meet on tbe sec- predicted all nlong that ujnder Mr. McThe ond and fourth Monday nights from now carty's management tills enterprise would be a success financially ua well as on. a great help to tbe community. Tick wood work of the Baptist church At the last term of court hero "Santa is being treated to n coat of paint. Put Claua" Dalton was tried on a char nf Geer baa tba contract. selling whisky nnd Hued f28 and given In another column Mr, It. M. Jackson 15 dayB in jail. Dalton manifested oilers to trado bia well equipped livery interest in tho trial, but when Btable at London for a small farm in this tho jury was sent to ita room, he slipped county. o out of the nnd left town Several attempts have been mado to old soldiora are beginning to reTub catch hitn, but not until Tuesday night turn from the G. A. It. convention. did tho officers succeed. CormtahlA of yesterday's There were three sections and each train edict found him in the AlcCorniaiW Southbound passenger church section and notwithstanding f , was loaded. threats made by hia wife brought him T Boys if you want a Fall suit lemember nero anu piaceu Mm in jail. Mr. Benethat you can have one ordered at Shanks dict Bays Dalton'a wife cave him a fnrf.,i and get it in 9 houra and that a week ia cursing, but when bo threatened to han- more time than wo want. Ask those who eull her and bring her along with her have ordered suits from ua and see if husband sbe hushed up and bacame resigned to tbe aituation. this !b not true. r T CITY AND VICINITY. Doi.no Nicely. 75,-0- 00 Ewing raised tbo mortigo on bis farm the day of his marriage. Mr. James Cash and Miss Allie B. Dodd wero married in their bugpy on tl e pike in front of Mr. John Murphy's res about dark ideuce near Hustonvillo Tuesday evening. It waa their intention to marry at McCormack'a church at the conclusion of the services, but tbey happened to meet Elder W. L. Williams and decided to be joined heart and hand then and there. It was necessary to have two witnesses to tbe coremony, bo Mr. Murphy and D wight Root, Jr., were called from the former's watermelon patch and in leea time than it takes to tell about tbey wero mado husband and wife. The bride, who ia only 17, ia a little benuty. Sbo ia a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dodd, of McKinuey, and was one of tbe most popular young ladies of ber section. Mr. Caab ia a son of Mr. and Mra. young John F. Cash and ia a farmer. Tbo happy pair wont at once to Mr. Cash'a farm whore tbey will reside and where they will have with them always tho good wishea of their legiona of frienda. well-to-d- o PUBLIC SALE a ve m I will on ..or ami Fm on IV.cRobe.ts' Drugstore The Place to Buy the premises Wednesday, Sept. 18, '95, Offer at public tale the valuable tract of land in Garrard County, Ky , on the turnpike road leid- ingirom uanviiit to L.extngton, known as "the Camp Dick Robinson Farm." The SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES We sell at the Cheapest Price. Farm Contains about 335 Acres, And it one of the very best and richest tracta ol land in the State of Kentucky. It is hemp, tabacco and grass land and is id a bign state of cultivation. first-class Prescriptions Carefully Compounded ! By an Experienced Pharmacist. It Is Well Foncoci, With the very best post and railing, nearly new and in good repair The dwelling house contains tan or twelve rooms. It hat recently been remodeled and Is in every respect a comforable, modern dwelling house, In a fine state ot preservation, IN SPLENDID REPAIR.VERY ATTRACTIVE "W. B. M'ROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Farm AND either for stock or agricultural purposes, can be toundin Central Kentucky. VtflaaBaBkJalafca: OlSatfjl5' No more comfortable or more desirable home, Yard t con-aldern- ble conrt-houa- u. It Conveniently Located on Fine Tho Mt. Vernon base ball team will Turnpikes and is well Watered play tbo Crab Orchard boya next Satur day. From Springs that seem to be abso Mr. Adam Richert while breaking a lutcly inexhaustible, with t.oughs attached, will stock In There young horse was thrown from tbo cart water aoo head olouthouses, driest seasons. tobacco are several good a large, new barn that will hold jo acres of tobacco, and three had his arm dislocated. and Fifty-eigpersons left here Mon tenement houses. only an good turnpikes, but of Ihelandls not to day night for tbo G. A. R. and aoveral easy acceas to the Q. A C, L. & N. and L. S. and Danville, Lancaster, Bryantsville Harrodsburg and Lexington, Tuesday night. moro Tuesday and Full postetilon ol the property will be given During tho thunder Btortn Tuesday January 1, 1896, will the usual privilege of seedgrain morning Hi. J. E. Carson'a barn waa ing In smallwill beduring tbe Fall. The land offered in parcels and then as bid accepted. Other terms struck by lightning and burned, destroy a whole and the best known on reasonable and made day of sale. ing some stock. Sale will take place at about a p ro. RICHARD GENTRY. of the season was The social event T. D. EpgHsh, Auctfocese. 46 tho watermelon fete given by the Crab is never-falUn- CRAB ORCHARD. FBnce.tt ill L I ., III 111 - I I . . 1 J3 1 . , -- mill IiTT nfi tviI M4 111 iClii I I I A A i I TTl I A Alt I I TT I 1 A A. C SINE, Stanford, Ky., DEALER IN ht rail-way- Mm llll w SASH, DOORS, BLINDS Metal Roofing, Hough, and Dressed Lumber Lath., Shingles, Etc, The highest grade ol goods at lowest prices. STEEL WIND-MILL. B6J-AGE- NT FOJt THE COLUMBIA - WT J 3 "T-- r esysiw ' iT"- wwysssvi "" k Semi-Weekly jwfwr' Interior Journa AT pabllahod Evory Tuesday and Friday US FiCFt YKAB IN" a.d not so paid Sa.60 will be charged.van-cut K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. arriving Tnlnlec Sianfo.a m. 4 ;.IS n nJ 3 p. m. ata:op L.&N. md y p. w. LOCAL TIME CARD. ... ta 37 p m N, t$,. So. NO., v0..4. Train " going North. South ' 315am pm u 04 pm t 15 QUEEN & CRESCENT. Triini pata Junction City at follows: No. t South it 48 a m No a North ' s ...600 Nos. 5 and 6 ami 9 and to run no on S inday. ther than Junction City, nor 9 " 11.15 ' am " 840pm am " 4 Notr. 'to 6 " " " ...i.JSPm ...3.15 fur- ...3 (pra am am pOYAl m 4LWSn 1 Afrkr-- Kl Xffi VWJ 2 ol mi POWDER Absolutely Puro.l A cream of tarter baking pow der. Highest of all in leavening strength. "Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., 100 Wall Street, New York. John 11. Cattleman. A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &OASTLEM AN MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Mr. Will DeBord ia but little betCrab Orchard, Ky. ter. M.et all Tral nt,night and day. Patrnua taken to Mips Lena Xetvcotnb is Sailing d any lit of town Free of Charge. .Around the Camp Fires. relatives. Good Livery Attached, Fare rf Hotel Si.oo per A. II P.AST1N, Prop. day. Kid. John Carmiclml Las been preaching hero this week. Almost 75 from this community at tended the Louisville G. A. It. meeting. J.-BARKKR, Proprietor, Go home and buy all your Winter Goods from Hughes & Tate. JJud Davis has n fine specimen of pearl which he found in a muscle shell They keep all the choice things and sell them at less than anybody. - at Point Burnside. Fall and Winter stock Kate TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Our town rather a lone some appeaiance on account of eo many Remodeled and refurnlthed throughout. Large of our people visiting the citv. anil Commodloui Hample Koom. Hall and office connected by Hlecltlc Belli. Silver ore has been found on the Prompt and polite wrviceno guetta 47 Gentry farm uear town. Geologists pronounce it the beet yet found in Kentucky. Swift's silver mine is located iu Week so that you can get anything you want. As full stock ol clothing as was ever offered and at unprecedented prices. Ladies' and old Rockcastle. Attornoy Law, Mr. M. 0. Miller and family is at- Winter Capes cheaper than ever offered. The most select stock of - tending the G. A. II. Judge McOluro goods ever brought to the city and at lower prices. All our shoes from Louisville last and family returned Come and Office on L meaner Street, opposite the Court Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rep-pe- bought before the advance, hence we can do you good. House. Collection! receive especial attention. sec for yourself. are visiting relatives in Indiana. An entertainment will be Riven at SPRING AND SUMMER. the on the evening of tho Something to Beautify tho Ladies. 23d inst. This will be something worth attending and large crowds are expected Dally openimng. New Hati, flowers and laceil from the neighboring villages. The musWc give the ataurance to the trade thai they wil W. N. Craig, M. D. W. IIOCKKR. find In our eitablithment the tame cxctutlvcness J. ical and literary talent of our town will In ityleof patterns, hati and bcuneta and all the leading novelties In Millinery for which we are be well represented and an evening of known throughout the country. unalloyed pleasure is promised those, I hate secured a trimmer fur the Thanking you tor put favora, wc rxtpect-fullwho expend the small admission feo of solicit your patronage heretofore to liberally M D, DUDDLKAK bestowed. 16c to enter. Only 10c will be charged KATL DUDDKRAR, Manager. derived from this children. The funds entertainment will help to pay for tho : : handsome new church organ. As all have to use it, all should show their appreciation by sending a We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet HUSTONVMLLEKENTUCKY. large delegation to the entertainment. Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, DrugLino people el Offers The Collegiate Institute opened its gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most coln and hii lervict! the hull stock WcttCotfioi of Ciey Counllti doors to the public last Monday morning liberal discount for on hand. cash. You can save money by having your pre- and Caiketi always Manager. D. y. Carpenter, 95 as the musical peal of the bell revcrbera. filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and scriptions ted from the surrounding hills. Tho accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line opening address of Mr. J. M. Walton, Blue-Gras- s of Spectacles. o?"L. H. Bcllebaum, Parmacist. Craig & I locker. the priucipal, was listened to by a large number of students and friends. Messrs. 2POJR, 0.0. audit. G. Williams, two leading I will sell privately my I'arm ef M lawyers of the Mt. Vernon bar, vory eloM quently spoke in favor of education, giv2C0 Acres of Good and Well Im - And proved Land, ing a cordial welcome to the faculty of this noble institution of learning just Well watered, good houir and other Improvestarted in our midst. Dr. A G. Lovell ments, and the Farm it Iu a high ttetc el culilr. tion, together with Stock, Crop and farming Imand Hon. J. K. McOlary expresed their plements, il desired by the purchatrr. kih! will offer special inducements to effect a sale by the views in well chosen remarks, the latter - The islh ot September, 1S95 Said Farm is situate.! declaring that bis latchstring was evor on the Danville and Ituttontille turnpike rosJ, about two miles from lluitontille The firm, ta on the outBide to the teachers of the bo appreciated, should b ishlRg Persons to purchase thoulj call on or aiMtm prospect ib Collegiate Institute. The II. II KINtV very flattering for this institution of 4 Merclsud, Ky. You are invifed to call and see them. learning and we are glad to have in our midat a echool upon such a firm foundation. Gar-rar- What the Boys Heard AT LOUISVILLE. THE BASTIN HOUSE, DB, W. B. F3BlTXrZ KV Dentist, n-- m BARKER HOUSE, F. WJUuxX : Stanford, i Ky. Opposite the Peat Office -- Office on Main Street, Somerset, Kentucky. ' H f T") FQ I wiU ' 111LL.U. forcathorln court days at W.S. Uurth, h hides I can get trade tor leather on htanlord oral my home In Olteu-helLhnt. Ennsliu, 1 auner pret-ent- s Atty. at Law. R. M. Ncwlsnd, Deputy Sherlfl Buroh. cfe Hewland, W. S. Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky We offer our tervicis to the public to do a gen eral Collecting limine Account!, notes, IC collocied in all parts ei the county. 11 ora BTJHCEC, Stanford, at Kentucky, &S rt Dehorn "Your Cattlo. I will go to any place where there are six or mote cattle to ehoin. I do the work with the Lightntr g Deharurr Can dehorn any cow In thrte seconds. The knllc makes a clean, smooth cut, dots not crush nor bteak the horn, as the clipper does. It it the only humane way tede-hor- u I)or not punish 'he animal like the saw, and the wouud gets well as quick again as that made by the saw. For further icfermstlon, call on O. A. I'KVTON, btauforU, Kv. See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. lei. court-hous- e HUGHES & TATE. & - CRAIG ZDIRTTO STAFFORD, Q ISTS, - KENTUCKY, HOCKER, first-cla- ta tea-to- n. 1 am row Waler, Light and Ice Company's Factory readr to deliver Ice irom the Stanford ICE I til J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds And over Hills due and.c a pound for 10 to 100. ulaf pounds and up rach mon'h K. I1KKMEU. Manferd. TO THE 1LADIES I Fine Farm My Milllnny Sia ku fill onpN'e Call soil ciamine and yon will l sure to buy a Lew Spnog Hat. MISS LICCIK IIKAZLKV, Stanf.rd, Ky !. ANCHOR STOVES, Anehor Steel Ranges, BEST IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDIN I A. S. PRICE. Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Ky. Ofhceover McKobcrtt Drug Slot. In the Owsley li.illding w THE 1 1ULEY K. U. JtlLHY, HOUSE Kontucky. d. . I Proprlotor, London. n - - - G. B. COOPER, .... Proprietors Agents throughout the South W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KV. Portland. San Francisco. ..Totbe., the rural "Times are hard," tor, "and we've got to econornfzs. There is no use iu wasting buckshot on a man who wants to whip us, when we could throw him out of tho windoir and save monejl" Atlanta Constitution. Baid ediin the wotld for cutt, bnr'-elaret, ulcers, talt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapchilblain!, cornt and all skin eruption!, ped hands, It nositivclv cure oilca. or no pay repuued. It it guaranteed to give perfect tatUfaction or money refunded. Price 35 cent! per box. For tale by A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky LOOK HERE of...... KY. have nosed to my new Hots! and am beltsr Ppared than ever to accommodate the public. bood L.ivtry attached and every coaveucace irsd. OltemeacalL FRANK KILKY, Wvcry and FeedJ'Stable, STANFORD, Having bought of P W. Green his Livery bus inets and added new buggiet aod horses, we are prepared to lurnltn 1 w. a. jowes. ; ir.ttt, m.siaii, JOITES BROS., proprietors Dean's llltck Diamond IRoo aim H.llmaies furnuned for Metal and !... tiTf. I.Ti.VV..:r":'.". ".QO. All ,ool. painted wiih llMpV'llUck'DuJSa Pain guaranteed for years. in ern Pumps nd Oalvanued Iron Killers. be.tcri. Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of NffiTfflWEST ,.Via The iO'JI5VIUr,MCWAt8allTCHICACOfir((a- Thebettaalre Bucklin's Arnica Salvo. a, Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. Wc 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. FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS - Only Dining Car Route From XOXTISTrXXXE Near Junction City or on the Lincoln and uoyle turnpike or on ine aiamora and Danville pike a imall da book with field note! of surveys. The finder will please return to me at Stanford and receive liberal reward, j Bright. 54 LOST ages of ailkindt at very LOW 1'KICr.S. The boy 1 in and around town will also find us the people to deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse aod vehicle will be well cared for o.n. COOPKR Myers Ilouie Stable, Manlord, Ky. S; On short notice. The traveling public will And us always ready and willing to lurnish Drummers' Wagons, cither single or double, or Carri- Tin & Sheet Iron Worlcs, Stanford, Ky. Sole I)l, KV. OT-i- m FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK.STANKOKU. b. b:. TO CHICAGO. "Elegant Pullman Veitlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. BACON, FRANK J. REID, G. P. Agent, !D. P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville. weaben. The Myers House, P. W. OK KEN. Proprietor. Crab Orchard lor house and lot In Rowland or Stanford. Further information can be had of It. P. Martin, Rowland, Ky. 54 3t WANTED ! I L.Tn0dMfCo,u1rn8m.??.A., off Capital Stock Surplus af , - PIANOS and ORGANS. Stanford, : : : Kontucky. S200,000 - 23,700 tmm -'-- Denver. ' He SURE to call for MOM ON" St. Paul. Route, R. R. Noel & Son. Successor! to J B. Hlpjins, Dealers in All Kinds Stanford, (Jus of Coal, Kv Hig-flin- I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and on easy monthly payments, or'any other terms to suit the purchaser SpocialJAttcntion1 to the Traveling Public. best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line Crab Orchard, Ky. of goods as can be found any where in the land. J W. IlAtOHMAk. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever1 M. S. IlALCIIMAN Thor- sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Select, Private, High Grade, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, t Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. ough, Practical, Progressive. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking rKOrmlTOKSWill enter upon the second year's this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue work Sept. 2, and will close LIVERY, FEED Sc SALE teaching as before. Address May 30, 1896. STAI5LE, For terms of admission apply to - -- COLLEGE HOME. n I am still running this Hotel a.d will continue to give my gurus the politest atten well at the belt the market atfurdi, "as It the only N.uonal ll.nk Stanford Under the provisioos of the Nationalin Hank Ac- it are secured DUt only by the caplul sioca, utbv the stockholders' liability lor amount equal ta the iirw-.n ".-- .1 ..u . ". " w M. i....i.:..i..... ......... - ..".---..-ixturcu oy ait... 01X400,000. fund rive sworn statements of thecondition of thebank rs made each yearto the United Sut.t gov.ra-m.ntan- d itiattcti are e.amlneilat stated timst by government agents, thus securing addititoaa sod perfect safety to depositors. This inttitulion, originally established at the Depotit Hank of Stanford In 1J58. then 11. d at the National ilank ol Stanford in 1 Set and SUnlord in iM, hat had practically an unmter-rupte- d etltlcnceof is yean It it better supplied Uc,l11,,U, "orttantactiog butintii prompt It nlt" liberally than ever b.fot.ln its long and boncrable career. Accounts of corporation!, urmt and Individual! rttpectfully tolic- - th.t this ... it -m fldu-cUn- P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. THE RLUE-GRAS- We will continue the coal bunnets at Mr old sttnd and will have 00 hand at all times very best coal whici we will deliver promptly. We will sell strictly for caih and will make It to the interest of the people ol this section to pay t' 45 Dr. Jno. S. Stapp, Pres. Crab Orchard, Js.y. S HERD OK Stanford, Kontucky. Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Stock. Pigs for sale from the best types of Regittere Ilreederi tecured from tne best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited first-cla- ss for rates. If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. Sec ui In our Gurti. 37 HARNESS SHOP Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by our man, he understands his butinini. We have a mechanic in our You will find a good Fortttu Ueid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harm, Lincoln; J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. liaydtu, Stanford; S. II. Ilaiighraan,! Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford;' W. A.Trlbble.Stajford; The Directory of this Ilank is competed ol NORFOLK AND STANFORD Female --:- College, Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. 3 Ky. 1B95 attortment of Harness, liri-dle- s, M. D. F.lmorc, Stanford; T. P. mil, Stanford; K. L. Tanner.JMcKinnev; J. a Hocker, Presided BLAOKSMITHSHOP. Will guarantee prices Tiy our ho first-clatt Jao. J. McRoberts,Cashl.r; I "". V.w,Ky WESTERN RAILROAD. SOLD TO IW DIANA, work and; satisfactory shoer. A. A.McKinney, Attt. Cashier. Primary, Preparatory Scientific, btudy. Classical and Collegiate and Special Dcpart-men- tt. St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., Courses ot TICKETS OHIO, ALL POINTS: ILLIWOIS. WISCONS.N, MISSOURI, KANSAS, WEBB ASK A, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, " E WEST, Music, Art, French and Elocution. Itest tcacbert employed, each a tpecialitt in her Own Department. Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of teachers. For further Information, address WILLIAM SHELTON, President, MERSHON first-clas- s Ss GREER, Proprietors. Attorney at Law, Slnnlord, - - Kentucky. Will act as Executor, Admiuittrator and Assignee. WaUaoa E. Varnon, ' Farmers Banfe&Trnst Co OF STANFORD, KY., Is now fully organlted.and ready for business wits Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $200,000. 20,000. NATIONAL and i I w All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing style. done in TEXAS, T, SOUTH-WEST Public Sale of LAND, STOCK & CROP. Having determined to go West, I will, on 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. Special attention 'glyen to Settlements of as Attotney and Sale and Division of nfanta' Lands. Office on Lancaster St. ovcrSupt. W. F, Mc('U y"s office. 00 SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN ..IF YOU ARE GOINO..... or NORTH THK WEST, KORTK-WES- MR. R. E. KMLEY. EM SIPERIESCED PEIETER. Give us a IQRFOLKWESTERN TIme-Tablei, our home of land containing about 63 well watered, good orchard and all necet-sar- y Acres, outbuildings, on good pike six miles Irom Stanfprd, i mile from lurnersville, l mile from school-hous- e VESTIBULED COACHES, and church and tYt miles from C. S. OILMAN R. R . depot SLEEPING AND DINING CflRi We will also sell 3 horses 1 fancy harness mare, 7 milk mul, 1 cows aod calves, 6 yearling ate.rs, a heifers, 3 SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE feeders weighing about 1.000 lbs., 15 or ao acres RAILROAl growing corn, also farming implomcnts, household end kitchen furniture. cash In hand Terms. Land will be sold CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. and balance In ooe and two years, with interest at Dcscrlptll 5 per cent. Personal property, ts and under cash Maw, Write for Rates, in hand; over that amount a credit with good note njiiulets, to uny Station Agent, or to until Jan. I, '(6, without interest. M. r. ORACQ, tkEN HULL, W. B. BCVILU jvi js. ana 1. u. uuuuit. Trat.luuj I'Mfc Af '. ruincrsville, Ky. H.T. Bush, Auctioneer, B0ASOKE.TA '1118,0. CUUlOkMi. Sell to good, FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE BEsTrOUTE TO THE SATURDAY, SEPT. 21, 1895 thohighctt and bett bi-d- et Has charge of our Painting Department. trhl. LouiaviLLC a NORTH AND EAST. Nashville R. r. to us Lincoln National Bank ol he'.? Undcr0l' nianv thanks and t.u. .!. --'."MT" contlnue to transact their busineac guarantee for prompt Til .1' oHerin Jttn' experience ia Ilb"'ccommodatlons as are with sound banking. ?i.f.?""g',,'ri.,h C" M tn1nd!vidual.mmUtWr' UW To (hote who entrutted their bulsiness under the same management, Ily provinons of its chaiter, depositors fr"r . P'fleeied as aie . depositor, in Naticn" ""enoiuers being held Ind v duAllf V jiaole to the extent of the amount of their stocS .h.retn at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested n such shares. It may act as Now closlDg up) with the same assets ful" M wt7 coa-sute- nt seven-year-o- ld twfomtHM$MmA Ib Receiving His J Ia the line for you, as its J. . II. Shauks, Stanford; WillUms.MI. Vernon; Double Daily Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. rilROUGH TICKETS SOLD. UAOOAGE CIIECKUD THROUGH Tor any informstlon enquire of J.S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J, Einbry, Stauford; J. U. Owsley, Stanford; J.JF Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Staulord; A. W. Carpenter, MilJedgevilU, oue-ha- lf SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. to.'ir.f'rJt. f'reait. rJOKS.HICK. Ai.nt, a, II. Shinks, President, Or. Stanford, Ky .B. OwsJey, Cathi.r, W. M.B.-ight- , r.iler WAblVjitii'ulifMfMw t.WfM. .t r.. L . . ,fl j,,, fcinra.i..Jjj3 WlaaMssswewiiw'ii ,,1, 'Willi n'fi W.iwld.itfri4ill liissatissr-ireassie- M T