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LANCASTER, f .1 At Klclimontl 175 shares of Seooml Mrs. McCcllough, of Iovso, Is vinlt- -B- icycles aro now made out of pa Tho Lancaster graded school opened lu her daughter, Mrs. G. A. Dftiihnm. National Hank etock eold at 5150. per yesterday with a largo number of pu- Hon. 0 W. Lester will pooh have' Tih republicans of Madison linvo Ostrich feathora frequently fetch pile. bis handsome dwelling boum complo- - nominated Ttitt Biirnam fortbo Legmlii-to- S350 per -- Mr. W. II. Douelas. of Rinhmnn.,. pound. It will bo one of ttio largest and ' turo E nory Bros.' cindlo factory at Cin - j Iibb rented tho farm of J. W. Smith, of -- The pontofllce at Combs, Malleoli fintstin tke town. ., cinnati burned; losa Jl'Jj.OOO. i niui t jck, ai. juuu per year. THEllio teachers' Institute, which closed county, Ky , will b discontinued after -- Jockey Caiu was ruled on" indefi- Tho walking club wes nicely enterFriday eveuini;, wkb one of tho beat ov September 30. nitely or pulling Simon W. in n race at tained last Friday evening by Mrs. Ed Ashury College at Wllmore opened Lou Ih ville. er held in thi-- j county. Prof. Willie Price at her home two milea of LaucaB-totho onduetor, made it pluaaont an uell with twice us many pupila as it ever had Rhode Island'u new Stato bouse, befor-- . as profitable for tbu toacherH. Sanctitlentlon pays. costing $1,670,000 is to bo built of Geor-gi- a Mr. Tom M. YantiB eold hia farm While carelessly handling n revolFriday night somo thieves broke in marble. last week at Antioch on tho Sugar Creek to the of J. M. IJIIIsun ami ver, Shondr Key, aged 1(1, shot to death Blackburn men were uominatod for piko of 150 acrea at $35 to Joseph Rand, carried ou" a largo amount of gooda, in- "ia three-yea- r old nlatnr, Lillian, at representative and Sjnator in Logan of Pulaski, who pays $1,000 down and Tho boy didn't know ttio cluding olothiriK, groceries', Ac. Mr. Kl county Saturday. balance in ono and two years. was loaded. lison can not tell jiiut exactly bow miicli Mrs. Elizabeth Burns, of Dayton, 0., The Broaddus Bros., who have been A. II. Hutchlngs, superintendent of wag stabbed to is cone, but diligent rearch is being death by Wealey Boyd, a engaged in the grocery business near the made for tho tbluvea and it in thought tho workhouse, shot nnd instantly killed clerk in her btore. depot, have sold out their etock and they will be caught, bh it will be html Irvine Tansy, a negro prisoner at Dan Charles U. Key, murderer, gambler bought of J. B. Saunders his stock of for thetn to conceal the nmotint of goods ville. Tansy was locked up drunk and and robber, was executed in the goods at McCreary and will continue the taken. Mr. Ellison Iibb threa in the attacked Hutchfnga. at Paris, Tex. business at the same place. MrB. K. 11, Austin died at her homo "pen" now for breaking into his store M. v. I'aina, the late Iowa millionThe protracted meeting at tho Presand no hope bo will succeed in placing near Highland Friday night of consump- aire, owned land in every Stato in the byterian church under Dr. J. L. McKee's tion alter u protracted illness. She wbb Uuion these there also. except one. preaching grows in interest. Dr. McKeo Last Friday evening at 0 o'clock a good, Christian woman and will be John Banning, a society man of is a fine Biblical student and together Mra. Florence Gatllff, wife of 0. Gatliir sadly miased in her community. Besides O., is under arrest for criminally with being a logical reasoner and ubouu-in- g Everything In and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Stanflll, a husband, she leaves four children, the a girl. in pleasing incidents, all feel well en died at tho home of her parents, wbero eldest of whom Ib but 15 years. A cannon ball from one of tho great tertained by lending their presence to his -:- Judge Sauliey baa decided to grant alio hud been Btaying for the past few Krupp or Armstrong guus travels ut the sirricee. Mrs, Gatlill' Shelby Nunn bail in tho Bum of jil.OOO, speed of months, of consumption. 2,is7 feet per second. Ab Mrs. W. O. Kiguoy nud slater, had been in very bad health for about but Nunu has not yet furnished bonds Clothing, Millinery, Clcaks, &c. B. II. Adkins killed a neighbor, Mrs. Grieger, and children, were driving . Johueou,tigcnt for the two rears nnd her death had been ex- men. Mr, M. Drow McDanibls, iu Elliott county, by to the depot and were nearing the cross- - i pected for Beveral months. She wan a Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., breaking his necx with an ax. ing between Stormes' drug store nud devoted, coneietont member of the Chris-tia- n has written j.'Kl.OOO more life Insurance Two peoplo were killed and several Citizens bank, the tire came off one of church. Funeral crvicea were con than any other agent in tho State dur- eerlonsly injured by the collapso of a the wheels of tlto phaeton and had not ducted by Klder J. L. Terry at that ing the past year. Lancaster Becord. depot during a storm at Watertown. X. mo occupants jumped, a serious accichurch Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. The Boyle county branched of the Y. dent uity have occurred. She leaved n husband and tno little Yeager family iu this country a'ro geti. E. Cosby, ono of the meat nrnmi. Died in this place on Sunday, Mr. ting very much interested in tho Imchildren to mourn her death. mense, fortune of j&0,000,000 Bald to bo urui uiiistMis ui u raves county, was Joseph M. Potty, in his 5Sth year, after killed in a boiler oxplotionjnt his saw a lingering illness of consumption. Mr. "church'affairsT lying in the banks at Hamburg, Germamill. Petty was at the time of his death corThe Kentucky Synod wil meet fct ny, awaiting distribution among tho George and Kate Adaino. lm1 in oner nnd had been for a numbar of years. rightful heirs, and a collection is being Maysville Oct. 8 and six, tero run over and killed while He whs al au8 a resident of this county llev. 11. J. Pmkerton, of Uuton taken up to assist in Bending an attorney crossing the Rhodes street trestlo in and had tho highest esteem of the entire rSvr? .vwirrvr?3 ville, will preach at the Christian church to the Fatherlaud to investigate tho Atlanta. ' 'yvvyyyvygvrvvv? community. He waa long a faithful claim. here Sunday nxt at 11 a. m. At Washington, Ind . the member of tho Christian cburch and Of Mr.Spurgeon'a sermons 'J.Sflfl old daughter of Goorgo Hawkins fell died as he had lived, a quiet, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. unpretenhare been printed, and an average of into a jar of water nnd was tious hfo. He leaves to his sorrowing Foil Uk.st -- Sixty acres of fine w heat drowned. about 36,000 copies of each turinon hare wife and children tho blessed consolation land. O L. Crow, McKinney. been Bold. Charles Redmond, a New York City tnat their iosa will be his eternal gain Fok Sale. 3.000 bales of excellent lad of 11 summers, shot himself The protrictetl meeting at Flat in the and assures them it is not all of "life to Woods church, noar Waco, conducted hiy. Josh B.Jones, Stanford, Ky. hbad because hia lather threatened to live or all of death to die " Hia funeral Col. James Parka bought of William whip him. by Elder I). G. Combs, lias closed. It was preached Monday afternoon ut 2 70 odd additions to the Down II! hogs at Ijc. -- Central Record. resulted in A hotel is to bo built on High Knob, o'cIock at tho Christian , ,,y I church by Elder We have 75 good Block fiogs for sale. a mountain in Virginia. church. Richmond ItegiHter From ita bal- George Gowen and the remains interred Hev. J. A. Howard, wlto established All good stock. Powell & Harper, Hus- - conies guests will bo ablo to eee iuto in the Lancaster Cemetery. Much syma church wiiich he called the church of tonville. five States. pathy is felt for Mrs. Petty and children Judge John I). Goodioo has sold to Christ, died iu Morgan county of typhoid Dr. Simuol Wakefield, tho oldest in this their dark hour of bereavement. ever. IIu had been preaching his now Thomas I). Ohenault 3tS acres of the Maaon and oldest Methodist minister in A largo crowd attended the Bale of dnctrino for lb months, and had accom. Duncan farm at (07.50 the world, died at Pittsburg at the age the Walkerbrotuers on the 13th and 14tb. Samuel M. Owens got 100 bushels of of 00 yeara. pllshcd 3,000 conversions. Too old Walker homestead was bought Of the 2.050 Sunday with clover seed oil of 30 acres. It is worth In California it has been found that by A. K. Walker. He bought 1G0 acreB 1S0.OS2 scholars in Kentucky, the Map-ti- about! 50 per bushel. peach stones bum hb well an tho best of the farm at $40 per acre. The balance M. F. El kin bought of J. E. Lvnn a coal, and give out more lead with 805 school and 62,7'JS heat in propor- of tho home farm of 210 acres was bid by scholars, tho Southern Muthodista next small bunch of hogs at Ic and of E. T. tion to xreight. A. R. Denny to $30 1)0 per acre for the with 717 schools and 48,0311 scholars, Pence some heifers at 2Jc. A man in Hannibal, Mo., tried to benefit of creditors. One horse, Black The splendid "Camp Dick Itobinson hang himself, but hia wife for Christian next with 150 schools and some rea- Prince, bought by A. K. Walker for $100; Farm" in Garrard county, containing son cut him down, to regrot scholars. The Southern Presbyterit poeBibly 22 feeding cattle at $30 per headf 32 hogs ians hare 110 schools Hnd 12,055 scholars 335 acres will be eold at 2 i. m. the reat of her life: at 3.00 per head; cows at from 20 to $30 and the Cumberland 121 schools and John Ralston, of Happy Hollow, Two work mules sold, ono for $40, the At tho McCaflerty brIo of horeea at scholars. Ind , struck his sister on the head with other for $50, and two yearling mules at Sheepshead Bay, Buchreno brought Pastor W. It. Davidson wrltea from a club because she refused to bring him $30; four yearling cattle nt Religion !,000 and Applegato $20 per head; Formerly President ol the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of ChicaMcKinney: "1 have just closed a 20 a drink of water. She is fatally hurt. two calves at $1! apiece, and two calves P. J. Dwyer purchasing the latter. go, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit days' meeting with Pastor Cross at Food exports from Spain to this at $10 apiece and a buggy at $50 were all I he rich Great Eastern Haudicap which resulted in 07 addition to country areraga 3.500,000 per year, bought by A. K. Walker. The farm of waa the church -- OS for baptism and nine by filly, won at Sheepshead Bay by the bay while the raited States exports to that 200 acrea was bought by E. H. Walker at Ono I Love. Ben Brush and Cres letter and watch care. Many others were cendo failed to figure prominently in the country $18,000,000 worth of articlos an- $35; 100 acres in tho Flatwood vicinity converted. Some said that I would do race. nually. were bought by Mr. John Will Poor at nc good at Eubanks. I did not expect to AMory that Bustamente, tho insur- $10. Leslie Combs, of Fayette county, Ib Stock brought low prices, only the do much, but I knew God could do it fertilizing his land with tobacco stemp. gent who was captured aboard an Amer- cows brought good prices; two work and It shall bo given you.'" Hap Ho has already spread about 25 carloadB ican ship, waa roasted alive by tho San mules sold at $50 to $00 a head; shoep at tist Recorder. Ho tried it last year and found it very Salvndorian authorities, comes from Cal- $1.50 per head, corn at $1 per barrel and ifornia. another crop at SOc Tho farming imBradley Voled for n Nigger Once. Over n profitable. OST Remaining one week until Saturday, Sept. 28th. Liliuokalani has been Mrs. James Totton says that from G A. R. Man. paruoneit by the Hawaiian goyornment. plements also sold low. ono cow alio makes nn nverago of nine Mr. Will Collier, of Illinoip, Is tje To the Editor of the Interior Journal Forty-biothers convicted ou the charge Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental Lancabtku, Sept. 10. The poll hooka pounds of butter per week nnd recently of political guest of his brother, Mr. Moses Collier. conspiracy have also been from the aamo cow in one week aho Colleges ana Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the 1SS2 show that Col. W. O. Bradley of Mies Endoxio Moss has entered Beamout pardoned. pouuds. profession. He is prepared to voted for John Perkln, a negro, for jailer made Dispatches from Tegucigalpa an- College at Harrodaburg. Mrs. II. A. B. M. Ramsey, administrator of tho Price is in Danville visiting her daughof Garrard caunty against S. I). Koth nounce that 250 persons have been killed well, a worthy Federal soldier and a late Mrs. Sarah A. Ramsey, eold hfs or injured by an earthquake in. Hondu- ter, Mrs. S. P. Grant. Miss Gertrude farm containing 213 acres on the Leie-toReedor has returned to her homo in member of the G. A. U pike, five inilea from Lexington, ras, and that tho pioperty loss will exOf course the poor, duped and deludafter a visit to Mrs. E. A. Pascoe. ceed $1,000,000. ed negro will support him any way, but to Augustus Payne, atS102.G0. A committee of prominent citizens Thomas Arnold, of Independence, Mo., Dally Wilkes, the gray mare by Red it remains to be Been what the old vetof Atlanta has arriyed Iu Chicago with a is hero visiting Lancaster relatives and And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, friends after an absence of 23 yeara. Dr. Ether, Electricity, or any sleep producing agents, but by a method erans will do about that vote. Altho' Wilkes, ia proving to be a good one in formal invitation to tho citizens.'.of that ho was tho nominee, Uradley and his Crit Davis' hands. Sho won tho 2:14. city and the Northwest toJviBit tho great Win. Huffman is in Louisville visiting invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, vho is the easiest, his daughter, Mrs. Robert Young. Mr. quickest and best painless extractor in the United friends could have prevented tho nomi- trot at Louisville Saturday in Btraight exposition at Atlanta. States so nation and no one ia bound bya nomina heats, the fastest of which was 2.11 1. George W. Jones, at the ago of 92 ia Hackney has returnod to his homo in acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes The condition of the Kentucky corn tion so antagonistic to the purest impultho oldest living States Sen- London, having paid a visit to hia sister, pain in any operation he makes no charge. Mrs. Richard ses of every while man. Ho says be Ib crop ia now put at 10G, the highest per ator, and he is yet a remarkably Ward. Mies Christine active centage of any State in tho Union, and Bradley left last week to enter Hamilton opposed to any legislation tending to man for his great age. He has not ex College. Mrs. C. M. Richardson, of Som tho social rights of the negro, and it ia probably the most prolific of any perienced a day of sickness since 1S27. erset, Is the guest of her parents, Mr. yet ho voted for one to hold an olllce crop since tho memorable one of 1S55. Tho contest for the America cup is W. D. Mooro sold 50 acrea of that wns created by socioty and carries ended, Lord Dunravon having forfeited aud Mrs. J. G. Sweoney. E. W. Arnold to B. G. Fox for about $000, in tho with it a dignity far above the social Thursday's race by refusing to sail the is ut home from Louisville on a visit to walks of life. Thia is inconsistent. Such stack. B. G. & Win. Fox baye recently Valkyrie, giving as a reason for his ac- his father, W. A. Arnold. County Ata course would lead the negro to believe bought 12 head of harness horses at from tion tho crowding of the course by ex- torney Wm. McClelland Johnston is in Jessamine visiting relatiyes. Dr. A. S. Froo Tooth that he has nil social and ollicial rights, $100 to $200. Tip & Harry Bruce bought cursion steamers and other craft. Chargo and a season of negro impudence and from Rev. Mr. Godby, of Porryvillo, hia Price, of Stanford, was over Sunday the Whcu Plates aro ordered. Fillings with all kinds of material without nntn nt mi. The Atlanta exposition opens to guest of his brother, N. B. Price. Mies bonablc cost. domination would follow republican rule crop of 20 acrea of hay for $2. 10 in the morrow. Tho arrangements are much stack. Advocate. Snodgrass, of Kansas City, is the Ruestof in Kentucky. Many symptoms of catarrhjieadache, earache, indigestion, dyspopsia, etc., nro Dan Mack, formerly owned by Mr. after the order of the World's Fair, but her Bister, Mrs. Booth Thompson. Mr. the result of decayed teeth and roots of Let tho domocrats get into line and tooth. To bo cured of these aches and on a smaller scale. The exhibits aro enow them nnder so deop that thoy will A. M. Ponce, of thia place, hroko tho more advaucod than at tho Chicago A. G. Scott and wife left Lancaster last pains one must commence at their origin, which is tho teeth and gums, which ar show Dxmociiat. track record at Paris by going tho mile and will bo practically complete vote iu China noxttime. in a week for thoir new home in Arizona. only cured by the bkilled treatment of a dentist. Thoo,,who aro in a dclicato and in 2:21. Tom Yeager, who used to drive May success attend them in their new nervous condition can come and have teeth extracted and tilled and feet as calm as if Ouro for Uoadncho. him, eaya that Dan Mack had more speed week. Ai a remedy for all formi of Headache Kloctrlc At Tallahassoo, Fla., Philip Sim- homo. Miss Liccie Beazley, of Stanford, they had had no work performed. Kitten lias proved to be the very beit. It effects than any horse he over saw, but his mons, aged 10, waa murdered by Dr. Bender guarantees all work and dios as he advertises. Oomo early and ay6id Allen is the guest yf Mrs. S. H. Anderson. a permanent cure and the moit dreaded habitual ruined him. He Is lick headache yields to its influence. We urge the rush, as his rooms aro always crowded. Ollice hours 9 .v. t. to 5 p. m. Baker and John Berry, 12 and 13, re The stallion Inquirer by lmp.Leam-inRto- n, all who are afflicted to procuro a bottle and give now owned by O. B. Graves, of WoodFree hour 8:30 to 9:30 each dav. CONSULTATION FJtEK. spectively. Simmons had incurred the thii remedy a fair trial. In cases ol habitual con- ford. out of Lid by LexinKtau, foaled stipation Electric Hitters cures by Riving tho enmity of tho two scamps who tied him in 1807, died Over 10,000 people witnessed the needed tone to the bowels and few cases lone reat Bollo Meade Saturday. list theuse ot this mcdiLlnt. Try it once. Lare pace at Louisville last week and to a troo and cut him to pieces with their He was tho siro of tottlcsonlv v cents at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. Falsetto, Inspector they saw ono of the greatest races on re- pocket knives, 13., McWhorter, Importer and other faQuarantood Ouro. Tho Pennsylvania democrats have mous horses. Up to and including 1893 cord. Robert J., tho favorite won, but We authoriie i ur advertised druggist to sellyou Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, it took four heata to decido tho race, he declared for sound money in their plat- his get won nearly $000,000. Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you having lost the second to Joe Patchon. form and heartily indorsed the Federal m m are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung Buclclln's Arnica Salvo Thus Kentucky, Iowa, Throat, or Chest trouble and will utu this remedy John R. Gentry waa second the first heat administration. The best salve in the woU for cuts, Irufies, DUFFY, Principal, according to directions, Hiving it a lair trial nnd Ruben-stei- n Maryland, Ohio and Pennsylvania are sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap- experience no benefit, jou may return the bottle and third the remaining three. hands, chilblains, cores and all skin eruptions, have your money refunded. We could not and did not start, The last heat waa on the sound money Bide of the hedge. t positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is make this olfer if we did not kuow that Ur. Kings paced in 2:04, tho fastest mile ever pac- - Nebraska split, and Mississippi went for guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money A lull Preparatory New Discovery could belied upon. It uver Ccurso lor College Is luroished, also branches tiientuil to a Thorough rnjluh refunded. Price jj cents per box, For sale by Trial bottles tree at A. R. Peaiyt od in Kentucky. freo Bilver. A.K. Penny, Stanford, Ky, Education. Misi Mattle L. Paxton will again fill the position of Assistant. arug store. Largo siie joe and Ji. , d. CARRARD COUNTY. I EW STORE AT -- HIOTVILLE. , r!. i- -i- ! r. WIippIpf Btorn-bouft- i! JVr-ryvill- o. n Empom USVl. jail-ya- rd a, New Goods At Rock Bottom Prices five-year-o- ld General Teeth Merchandise, Without Pain. MmM 'v ". Teetli Filled Teeth Crowned Without Pain. Without Pain. five-gallo- n it' & st 3S,-5- 00 0,-9- 1)7 DR. E. P. BENDER, Famous Surgeon of National Reputation. f3,-00- 0, 5S,-00- 0, Eu-bank- e, STANFORD all-'Aa- JVIoriday5SepteiTiber23 "a Ex-ljue- en 1 1 wn Per-ryril- lo EXTRACT, CROWN AND FILL TEETH WITHOUT PMN. to-da- y ex-Uni- Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain Between the Hours of8:S0and moa-do- w 0:80 Each Day. Teeth $5. Teeth $8. Teeth $10. Extracted of "rattle-headedne- sa" freo-for-a- ll DR. E. P. BENDER. Stanford Male Academy, ouezEnsrs F.J. sept. 3:e&:d, is9s. J w , a A- - .v. - .v -- . . UZ tMW,,T j,i t.Ai,Uf4i.)fcarMtfWVUtf y Nji4NtjaatHl4fsWttf4 i". ,i ,i n.ip,i ..i..Vi- V - 't'M1' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 17, 1895 Stanford, Kt., Slitemher W. P. WALTON. vou flather me," was the re Irishman's good wifo when he ply of the called her the "domdest, uplieat spalpeen that ever I Beed." Likewise do we think that Editor Smith tUttera u5 when he charges in his Mt. Vernon Eagle nit P. I ( K 3' ft I" I L k & Lincoln county. The Interior Journal ia a great moral engine we Teadily admit, and furthermore to aBsert that it t ranahle of acconipUahine almost any thing, but the EaRlo's Poll Parrot chargo is unworthy of the great editor and his greater paper.The man who would change his vote simply to Bpite an editor who had written uncomplimentary things about a candidate, is not fit to exercise the right of suOraije or to take any other hand in govermental aflairs. He is either an idiot, a knave or a fool and that's alt there is of it. It is an insult to charge that an intelligent man would bo guilty of such stupidity, and no ono knowB this 7,303. The Courier Journal issued the followbetter than our good and amiable Broth ing general order to the Burgoo . Brigade er Smith, bless hia pretty picture. Show no quarter to any bluocoated Sknatou Blackuors continues to son of a gun until he hollers "Enough!" abuse the newspapers who oppose his They poured hot shot into ua 30 years methods and charge that they are hire- ago, and we'll pour hot soup into them lings with tags on them. But for the newspapers the Senator would never I waan t ont hunting for them, but I have been heard of. The fulsome flat- didn't Boa a drunken man in the half tery that he has received from them haa million of people at Louisville. As whisturned his head and be really believes ky could be had in many instances for that everything and more that they have the asking and many new bar rooms had said complimentary of him is true. Vain been set up for the occasion, this speaka man, insatiate wind bag, hiB fall will bo better of the visitors than the visited. all the greater for his arrogance. In his By actual count of tickets the railroads speech at HopkinBville he made this un- brought 303,544 people to Louisville, complimentary alluBion to his opponent, while the Bteam boats and other conveywhoia hiB superior in everything but ances brouuht fullv 25.000 more. That bombastry and fuBtian: Now, if you this vast crowd waa handled by tho want a Senator who will wear Wall railroada without accident and with bnt street's collar, for God'a sake vote for little delay Bpeaka volumea of praiBea for McOreary. Wall Btreet says it has money their management. enough to buy up the Kentucky LegisPolitics was almost entirely tabooed lature against me. I don't believe that during tho week and people found a long by Lombard Wall street, sought rest. Politicians were on hand by Morgan can deBtreet and J. Pierrepont the score, for like the poor they are alfeat me. ways with us, but they held their jaw, for which relief much thanks. The few Charlie Moork is in jail for sending open their mouths expressed obscene literature through the mails who dared GraBs a hopeful view of the democratic outlook through the medium of the Blue way from 10,000 to Blade. He sayB he is the victim of per- and estimates all the majority for the ticket wero made. Christians, becauee 33,000 secution by Talk about marching, the negroes took be Ib an infidel and that he expects to remain in jail the remainder of his life. the cake. They kept step better, lined The hairy heathen evidently wants to better and looked better than many of pose as a martyr. The jail isn't a bad their white comrades. When it comes place for a man like him, though a luna- co parading in regimentals Rastna is in tic asylum might be hotter. At any rate hiB glory and on this occasion over 1,500 if the authorities will also lock hia mouth Raatusea marched to martial moBic. He while locking him in, the public will get U a good eater too and at the barbecue it could truly be eaid that the colored a long and much needed rest. troops fought (the burgoo) nobly. The jailer of Harlan county ia a sweet The grand stand of the citizen's comscented shrub, who ought to be made to mittee erected for the collapspay severely for his groea carelessness, if ed while crowded with people and over not bis possible connivance, in the es- 30 were hurt; a number seriously. Mrs. cape of Buford Overton, condemned to J. W. Guest, of Boyle, received many die for the cowardly murder of an old bruises and Mr. Basil Guest's foot was peddler and his wife. The prisoner not caught under the timbers and badly only got out, but took a loaded Winchescrushed. It ivaa several mtnutea before ter along, that he found in the hall, with people had presence of mind enough to which to defend himself. It is said that rescue him. Fortunately he suffered no Virginia friends of Overton had offered fracture of bones. $1,000 for his release and that may be tho Forty five minutes after the dispatch key to the escape. to the last paper was sent, St. Paul was chosen for the next encampment over Bradley bearded the lion in his lair at Frankfort Friday and was given a re- Denver and Buflalo. Nashville entered spectful hearing by an audienco compos- the contest and got a few votes, bnt she wee. Her ambition ed for the larger part of democrats. He will have to bide a Henry county Saturday and is laudable, but it overleaps itself. To Bpoke in strange to say escaped unsbot. Nobody entertain a G. A. R. meeting is a little wants to harm the Garrard county glad- too big an undertaking for her, till death of the veteriator and tho people generally like to Bhall decimate the ranks on ans away below what it is now. hear him speak, even if he does draw Mr. Wattereon was easily the first man his imagination for his facts and on his of the occasion. In fact without him the wit for hia argument. thing would have been liko the play of The run off of the tie in the primary Hamlet with the leading character omitfor the mayoralty of Lexington resulted ted. His speeches, and he made a numin the nomination of Simrall over Dun- ber of them, were gems of genuine oracan by 11 majority. There was a great tory and the great editor made himself deal of bad blood engendered and some even more solid with the old soldiers of it spilled. The Transcript says that that he ceased to fight after the war was the A. P. A's. elected Simrall and that over. Mr. Wattereon is a many sided the same organization will defeat him in man and in each character that he apNovember with a republican candidate. pears he seems to rival all the others The democrats are all Bpht up and there that be givea so successfully. Ib h. t. p. generally. It waa the subject of general remark how well the old boys are carrying their Prof. Alberti, the pugnacious peda- agea. Old and bent forms wero the exgogue who is always in a stew, has been ception, yet the youngest of those who fired from the principalship of the Lex- took part in the trying times of 'CI '65 ington High School, a little matter which, is now over 50, while many of them are it eeems, should have been attended to on the shady Bide of three score, for it some time ago. Tne young idea, espec- has been over 34 years since the war beially the young idea of Lexington, gan. Barring the horde of foreign hiredoesn't need to be taught to shoot in the lings who wont into tho Federal army way the professor's precept and practice for the money there was in it, the men predominates. who fought on each side of the war were the flower of tho earth. Their fine physiCongressman Newlandb, of Nevada, although an ardent free ailverite, is not ques and splendid constitutions enabled and necessarily a fool. Ho thinks the re- them to laugh at hardships during the struggle and to grow old turn to prosperity kills the silver issue, gracefully now. for when the people are occupied with Gen. I. N. "Walker, of Indiana, who profitable business affairs they have neito dis- came within 12 votes of receiving the ther the time nor the inclination honor beforo, was chosen grand comcuss money questions. Exactly. mander by acclamation and the gallant Kentucky court of appeals be- Kentuukian, Gen. E. H. Hobson, was The given the second place of honor. Louisgan its September session yesterday. California haa quarantined against ville ought to be ashamed of herself for putting forward Mike Minton lor this Honolulu where cholera is raging. Henry KinR, an old fool of CO, place. There is so much difference in drank a quart of whisky at Courtland, the merits of the two men, that Minton's Ala., on a wager of n dollar and won, name ought not to be called on the same day with Hobson, who was one of the but he died soon afterwards. Chicago Columbian Liberty bell bravest of the brave who respondod to The left Chicago Friday for Its trip to Atlan- his country's call in '61. We always admired the general, but have had a Very ta and thence around the world. to-da- y. ed fire-works that we elected certain republicans in the G. A. R. Encampment. Louisville, Sept. 14. I didn't got a chance to say half I wanted to in my letter yesterday, which was written under difficulties, so with tho reader's kind permission I will add a column or two. Tne G. A. R. doesn't moot down Souih ofton, and when it does we like to blow n horn in tho procession. So here goes again. let that pass. They The fireworka-b- ut were the only fizzling failure of tho whole entertainment. The G. A. R. represents only about a third of the pensioners on the rolls. There are nearly a million of those who draw money from the government which haa to put up 1150,000,000 annually to foot the bill. Kentucky furnished 70,335 Boldiera for the Federal army, but sho has only 5,341 men enrolled In the G. A. R. It coats something to belong to it and most of the boys prefer to spend their pension money some other way. The Adjutant General's report shows the present membership of the G. A. R. to be 357,039, a net loss of 13,913 during the past year. The losses by death were 7,303. There was an increase of 58 in the posts, the present number being More About warm place in our heart for blm allien ho waa instrumental In glviag Stanford a mighty good postmistress onco. Tho burgoo business was a big feature It is estimated that 100,000 people drank the toothsomo compound prepared by Gus Jaubort and his 250 assistants. It vena madn on the Erounds where the meats were also barbecued ovor trenches of red hot coala. The beeves of which thero wore 50 wero cooked in quarterst the COO sheep and 200 ahoats were roast ed whole. It took tho former -' anu tne latter four hours to cook. Thero wero 11 kettles of a capacity of 500 gallons each for the burgoo and Into them went beef, mutton, chicken, potatoes, corn, tomatoes, onions, aaraaparllla, turnips, radishes, cabbage, pork and turtle. Six thousand people wero fed at a time and the old eoldlera never tasted a more delightful decoction. There wero cako walks by several hundred negroes and choruses by as many more directed by Col. Will S. Hays, whilo other amuso-men- ta helped to make the day at Wll- der's Park a moat enjoyable one. The resolutions adopted continue to induce the inquiry "What are thoy there for except for the pensions?" They condemn tho provalent Idea that the old soldier is a burden instead of a patriotic privilege and deride the grudeing way that pensions aro doled out to them. Moro and more liberal laws and a larger and more just construction of the present laws granting pensions aro demanded. A further demand Is made upon the supremo court to declare a pension a vested right, also that veterans be Riven the preference in appointment to all offices, tho discharge of one, except for incompetency, to bo made a crime, punishable by heavy penalty. The old boys deserve a good deal, but ihey Bhould not want the earth. They are now more liberally pensioned than the soldiers of any Nation ever were, but the more they get tho moro they want. The of the pension desire iB what sustains tho G. A. R , which would soon lose its existence but for it. Louisville certainly did herself proud and demonstrated that she la not only a great city, but knows a thing or two about handling crowds. The geniuses at the head of affairs deserve great credit and the people are to be congratulated on lending their aid so unreservedly. Men wno had attended many encampments say the city was more generally deco-ate- d than any they have seen and much more waa dono for the comfort of the old boys than anywhere else. It will be a long time before Louisville entertains such a crowd again and when nhn doea mav we be there to see her ex- col even her present successful effortsW. P. W. 1- SNAKES. Mr. George Baker, of the Highland section, tells ua that he saw ft largo anake lying in tho road tho other day, apparently dead, but closer investigation showed that it waa only choked. Something projected from ita mouth about an inch and Mr. Baker, who couldn't bear tho thought of oven leaving a Bnake in distress, callod on a neighbor to assist him. Ono of tbo gentlemen cauaht the eorpent by the tall and with a pair of tongs tho other pullod tho obstacle from its throat. It proved to be another snake that had boon swallowed and by actual nioaouremont wan the samo Bize and length of tho one that had tried to dovour it. Instead of killing them both Mr. Baker and friend stood amazed and lot them go their way un- Of Merest to You. Read and Profit Thereby. New Goods at the Louisville Store As well as the Lowest Prices. -- 1. X- Evcry article carrying within itself the convincing proof that . The Colored Teachers' Instituto met purchase you arc saving money. Your purse will open quickly yesterday and aftr singing and prayer gaze upon the splendid bargains in our new organized with Prof. C. 0. Monroe, of Lexington, conductor, and Misi Lula Wade, secretary. Miss Kate Blaln, covin-t- y superintendent, made a short address as to the aims Hnd objects of the Institute, followed by Prof. Monroe, who also Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Notions. All shades made an address. Tho committee on in double width dress goods, 15c All wool serge 40 in. wide, 25c. program waa appointed as follows: Miss and AnnaM. Stuart, Mrs. Robynsou, R. O. Strictly all wool Tricot, 25c. Canton Flannels. 5, 6, 7)4, 3 doz couductor. Teachers 10c. Durham and the Nice fancy bordered and fringed napkins, 12x12, 25c per wore thon enrolled as follows: Mrs I(3xi6inch fancy bordered Robynson, MisseB Lula Wade, Ella D. Cook, Mattlo Glvens, Mattie Richardson, Alice Carr, Anna M. Stuart, Dr. W. D. Tardiff, W. L. Fish, L. A. McRoynolds, o R. O. Durham, Isaac Fisher, Misses 29x14 inch bath towels 5c. 2S.K12 inch all linen towels 5c. and Lutella Whitley. The singing is a big feature of tho meeting and it is well worth listening to. hurt. in its m Fall and Winter Stock. An-ni- Napkins 50c A Dozen. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. writes that he Is not in jail for Belling whisky, but for "concelled weepings." He also says he nover haa run from any officer and tho reason that be was not present at his trial was because he waa out hunting for a witnesa. m Shilby Dalton, alias "Santa Claus," - Christ Anon Killrd. An accident which cost the life of one of the best foreigners who ever settled in this coun- tv. nrnnrrnd- about noon Friday. MrVI Christ Ador whs bringing his Mrs. Gander, and little nephew to the train hero and when he started down the hill beyond Mrs. Mildred on the Hustonville pike, his horso bpgan to run. The animal becamo uncontrollable and Mrs. Gander and the little boy jumped out, neither of whom wore hurt. Mr. Ador tried to hold to the horse, but ho rBn tho faster and he was finally thrown headforemost to the when ground. Ho waa arrived and was taken to assistance Mrs. Beszley's. Dr. Cook was sent for and when he reached him he found thnt a blood vessel in the brain had been ruphis collar bone was brotured and ken. Mr. Ador foou bcamo totally unconscious and died about 4.30 that afternoon. He waa about 40 years old, was one of the cleverest men in the county, and one of the most prominent of our Swiss settlers. He wns a cheesemaker by trade and he and hia brother-in-law- , Mr. Seiver, have been very successful with their cheeso factory in this county. Mr. Ador visited Switzerland this vear and returned more than ever in love with his home in Kentucky. Ho had no children, but a wife ia left to mourn the loss of a moat excellent man. sister-in-laBeaz-ley'c, semi-conscio- Our.Shoc and Hoot line is complete in every respect. We arc pre pared to furnish them to you at the old prices. CLOTHING. We have our Fall and Winter Clothing in and it is ready for inspection. We arc better prepared to supply the wants of the public in that line than we have ever been. In connection with our ready made clothing we have an elegant line of Tailoring Samples for the coming season. The selection is complete in every respect. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STA1TFOKX). Branch Stores. Paris, Carlisle, Mt Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. K"SrM A. URBANSKY & CO.,:Proprictoisf T. D. RANEY, Manager. tbt Educate Your Daughters. Full course in Literary Department. Five Months with Board, &c, for $S5, S90, $95, according to grade. J. M. HUBBARD, President, Howard Female College, Gallatin, Tennessee. 9 order by a pro tem, yesterday, we learn from Dr. Joseph Ballon, who after sweating in the grand jnry adjourned till next Monday to give Judee Morrow a chanc to help entertain the K. Pa. at Somerset this week, of which he is a member. . Killed by the Cars. John Shumate, a brakeman on this division, waa crushed by the cars at New Hope Saturday night. An arm was cut off and his breast stove in, from tho effects of which he died in two hours. Ho leaves a wlfp, who, wo learn, was formerly of the West End of this county. or two fell yesterday to show that the God of rain had not en tirely deserted us. It is exceedingly dry and farmers are experiencing trouble about stock water, while the late corn ia burning up. The eigual service predicted yesterday's showers and Buid It would be fair and warmer A The Mt. Vernon court was called to cyclone wrecked a train of 10 cars on the Chicago and Northwestern near Madison, Wis. John D. Harris, of Madison, lost 13 pflttlo from drinkinn water which had been poisoned with Pi.ris green used in killing tobacco worms. Prof. R. C. Riley, for many years entomolosist of the agricultural department, was thrown from a bicyclo at Washington and perhaps fatally injured. Judge Burnam, of MadiHOu, has refused to order a free turnpike election, although petitioned to do bo. He say there is nothing in tho Kentucky sta utea warranting auch action. A -- IVIcRoberts' Drug Store The Place to Buy SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES Wc sell at the Cheapest Price. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded ! By an Experience' Pharmacist. W. IB. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. M'ROBERTS, light Bhower .NKW ADVERTISEMENTS priva-Uod- b The regular passenger conductors on this division were ordered to the Main line during the rush of the G. A. R and young freight conductors given charge in of the passenger trains here, who did acre in the home place and 200 er The buildlnes and Improvements on each ot very satisfactorily. Oapt. Matt are comfortable and substantial. Eachgoodthe (arms the work schools well watered and convenient to Lowe says he took tho longest train out is churches Terms reasonable. Title clear. and information apply to either of us. of Louisville to Nashville, ten cars with For luither J P. BAILEY, btanford. Ky., J W HOCKEK, Hustonville, Ky. 900 passengers. VAYETTE DUNLAP.M. D, Danc6 ville, Ky The Stanford Base Ball Club returned Sunday morning from Mlddlesboro where they played a couple of gamfa FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. with the Magic City Club. Our boya wero victorious In tho first game, the my LIVERY STA. I would like to exchange 11LE in London. Ky., consisting of 13 good, fresh Bcoro standing 15 toll, but In the secHuggies, Drummers' Wagons, and in fact Horses, ond thev defeated 20 to 5. They only everything connected with a btable, Co aeres near for small Farm of pitcher and the two Thisa outfit is almost about having bought btanford. carried one the most new, for games proved too much for him. Sam ofit since the first of July. My only reasonhave desiring to dispose ol the property Is that I Embry won the bicycle race with tho other business that requires my whole time. The five greatest ease but Put Geer, our cham- party who trades can have a ault years' lease on anybody who the barn. This trude will get a race. They wants to mate money, for I have a gocd trade pion sprinter, couldn't already established. 1 would like to have some had a big time and were, for the most correspondence with parties who have Farms to part, kindly treated. 'lytt K. M. JACKSON, London, Ky. llrst-clai- ... to-da- y. We are now ready to show our customers the largest and best assorted line of Carpets ever brought to Stanford. You can certainly Two Good Blue Grass Farms near find just what you are looking in Moqucttes, Velvets, Body Brussels, Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. Tapistry Brussels, All wool Ingrains, Hemp and Straw Mattings, Oil Lcnolium Mattings, Coco Matts, Rugs, Napias Matting, The heirs ol Mn, America Ilailey, deed , offer Cloths, lor sale her two Far mi, limited all nit one mile Dutch Three Ply. You can not afford to miss our ioday bargains. west or Hustonville, in Lincoln county, on the two Karros Make it a point to see our goods and you will know Uradlordsvillt turnpike road The where to , puradjoin and taken together contain 340 acres ot land and can be divided so aa to include alout 140 chase your fall floor coverings. acres the oth FOK S AX.E I WITHERS & HOOKER Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. FALL STOCK, s Latest : Style : Shapes, All Colors- -- Soft and Stiffs. I 1 T Ren-ne- r, Mxty acres of Corn, 4 acres boighum, 3 stacks years previous. From Mr. Charles interest in two acres of Sheat Oats and a Mr. Lackowitz, wo of Tobacco. Two pair of work Mules, a good milk who talked with Colt, one Saddle Cows, one learn that Kelter aBked Mr. Lackowitz to Filly, both unbroken. 4 Sows nd P'e. 8 haJ of Farming him $50 and on his refusal to do bo, young Cattle, and the usualGrass LandImplements. loan until JanWill also rent 60 he, Kelter, Bhot him to death. Tho mur- uary 1st. Sale willacres ofpromptly at 10 a ra. begin jail at Columbia. Mr. L. Terms nude known on day of sale. derer is now in MKS. BELLE WORLEY, Admr. left a wife and one child. ono-hal- f Shot 'io Death. Mr. John Lacko-wlt- z I returned from Columbia, Tenn., having buried his son, Fred, who Friday, waa Bhot and killed there last week, at Thursday Sept. 19, '95, that place. The murder was committed On ot A Administrator .. the estate o H. L. Worlcy, who was formerly by W. F. Kelter, .11 j i uecu., i it ten . .!. II..... irlm firm nri th " - vj ..' division of the L. & N., and btanford wiu bheloy City pike, about J miles from and on this Stanlord, the Growing Crop, Agricultural Implewho wbb brakeman on this road several ments and Live Stock a follows: PUBLIC SALE -.- H. : J. : M'ROBEBTS, LANCASTER, KY., g, lino-ma- n The Noel Planing Mill Co. Has now on hand Weather-BoardinCeiling, Flooring and all kinds of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. B. Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow Poplar, wc are prepared to meet competition from all points on cash orders. -,4 ij,i,i 1 r- - ?' M' Wn i. X. - . . ii Tii maiiaat illin " ohmi-Week- ly 3tanford, Ky., E. C. Mrs. R. J. Lylhb. of Interior Journal Sallio and Jessie Cook,Nashville. Mitten of Huslonville, MosoCook, of Nashville, and Tilden Seitembeh 17, 1895 Cook, of Danville, spent Sunday with Mrs. G. B. Cooper and Mrs. E. 0. Wal- ton. POXJBTII A Sewing Machine for -- 3 Walton, Business Manager CITYAND VICINITY. puns, Inks, pencils, ami school supplies in town. Dome in and pricea will prove Tue beet stock of tablets, school books, & Boys' Fall Clothing at ShankB'. Fink perfumes at Craig Hocker'e. & Uocker'e.' it. Penny's Drue Store. Si'ectaclks fitted to any eye at Craig A with DolXsx-s 5 yeaas guarantee. It has no equal. PERSONAL POINTS. Mn. Dan Stack) is down with the ma gins it McKinney. car load of freeh fertilizer at Hig. larial fever. Danville, Kentucky; oicc. Mn. W. J. Fotxkt, of HarrodebiUK, Cottage street. for Fall Dress Goods BLACK GOODS. Wc felt sure that black would be the leader, so wc bought the largest line wc have ever shown. Most of these arc imported direct from France and Germany and we saved quite a little sum on the price. Wc have about 20 styles in Serges, from fine twills to those new Storm Serges with twills an inch wide. Prices range from 25c to $1 50 per yard. Wc have an immense stock and hope soon to have a chance to show you tnem. Wc have the correct things and at lower prices than any competition. Black is decidedly the color, while navy blue is much used, as arc mixtures and Plaids. Rough Cheviot, Crcpon and lioucli effects arc the reigning fad, and Mohairs and Mohair fan- Water. cies are exceedingly popular. Kbvh i spent Sunday here. Miss Ollik Makrh, of Danville, ia the guest of Miss Mary Powell. Dn. John Moroan Simp, of Anchorage, is visltlDR his old friends here. Mrs. J. Oarvek Jones and children returned to Kansas City yesterday. Mrs, Lkk Mybrs and son, John J. are visiting relatives in Casey. Mrs. B. Q. Fox, of Danville, was the guest last week of Mrs. T. F. Spink. Mies Annie Green left yesterday for a protracted visit to friends in Atlanta. Mn. K. D. Scott is back from a long visit to Somerset and somebody's mighty glad. Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, of Burgin, spent several days with Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. MksKlla May Saunders, of Livingston, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Jones. Mn. E. L. Kirtucy, of Greenville, Texae, in visiting his uncle, Mr. Joe F. V. Harvey Helm. rent on ... lower Main The latest noveltieo can bo found at the leading jeweler's, Danks. You can save money by dealing with CraiK & Hocker, caah druggists. Go to Withers A Hocker for anything in the furniture and picture line. W. H. WEAREN & CO. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. My-or- s, If the optician. your eyesight is dim, try Danks, Spectacles from $1 up. FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. Mr. B. F. Rout has laid the founda tion for a cottage near the water works. Hocker handle the cheapest and best line of paints on tho market. & Craig Pointed Eacts. s MOHAIR DRESS GOODS. Rich, soft "Gros Grain" Secillians at Coc to $1 35 yard. FigMohairs, both smooth and rough, from 40c to $2 25 yard. New ured Diagonal Mohairs in Serges and Florentines. Mohair Crcpons in stripes and figures, all now in demand. ROUGH BLACK GOODS. A fine line of Boucli and Cheviot effects in new weaves. These will be much in demand for winter suits and skirts. STAPLE BLACK GOODS. Wc have all the staple weaves, such as Henriettas, Armurcs, Drop DcAlma, &c, &c. These arc always used. COLORED DRESS GOODS. Everybody will not want black and for those who do not, wc have colored Dress Goods, from our all wool, plain and fancies at 25c yard up to the finest. A great assortment of handsome Plaids in wool and silk and wool. These arc to be greatly used for shirt waists; , wc will show you over 30 new style Plaids. DRESS TRIMMINGS. Jet in various styles is still the leading trimming. There is nothing richer on black or colors. We have a great variety of narrow and wide bands and a beautiful line of waist ornaments in fine jet at reasonable prices. Velvet will also be much used. JEWEL BUTTONS Arc the very latest from Paris. These come in imitation, diamonds, emeralds, rubies, &c, &c, and are sure to be greatly used. They arc expensive, but only three or four are used on a waist. Don't fail to see these dainties. Wc have any kind of large buttons for coats, to suit any color. Some of them 3 inches across. TWO DRIVES! 5c Yard, Full Standard Dress Ginghams in a beautiful line of Plaids, worth 50 styles in 32 inch "Merino Suitings" in Plaids and Stripes, would be cheap at 10c. 7c. Sc. Danville, Kentucky. 1 E. Aiinoli) and W. F. Mcln-ti- re cheapest black dress you ever bought ? yesterday for the conference at Come to us. Hughes & Tate. . . Winchester. Please don't ask us to credit you for W. Thornton Willis, of Nicholas-ville- , coal. It grieves us to refuse you. Pav To buy goods that you can buy at home to a better advantage and! is studying medicino under Dr. cash and get it cheap. R. R. Noel & at lowerjprices. Every department of our stock is in good shape and Steele Bailey. Son. we are adding to it constantly, expecting a big Fall trade. We have-beeMb. and Mrs. II. 0. Farris are at Ladies, gentlemen and boys MacinKugby, Tenn., for the benefit of tho forand will continud to be the leaders in men's clothing, either in. toshes are now on hand at Shanks. They ready mer's health. made or made to order goods. Our clothing is the best maMrs. Oicilia Eitinchiousen Bailey, are cheap, they are etylish, they are terial, the best trimmed, the best made and best fitting goods in of Shelbyville, has determined to ro to good. this maiket. This you will find on comparison and we chalienge Europe this fall. Dn. Bender, tho painless dentiBt, who Mks.Kd HniLKRand daughter, Elizv gave so much satisfaction during his last competition. There will be a big advance in shoes this Fall, as beth, of Paris, are gucBtB of Capt. and viait here, will be with us again the week hides have advanced from 200 to 300 per cent, so you had better Mrs. W. H. Kirby. of the 23d. buy early and don't fail to examine our stock before buying. Mn. P. E. Piiillii's, of Monticello, A new line of Fall dress goods has just spent Sunday with Mr. Mark Hardin at been received at Shanks. Call in and tho St. Asaph Hotel. Jo8Eiii Gaines, son of Col. nnd Mrs. see the different styles and obtain priceB B. W. Gaines, is convalescing from a which can not bo beat. spell of typhoid fever. Would you have the best and cheapMessrs. W. B. Dillion and Walter est Fall and Winter Buit, either ready-mad- e Saunders, of Livingston, spent Sunday or mado to order, you ever had ? with their best girls here. Conjo to us. Hughes & Tate. Gkorob Hunt McAlibter, Jessamine, entered Centre College at Danville this All persons having claims against week. Jessamine Journal. Lincoln county must file same on before Mrs. Katie Catron, who has been Sept. 21, 1895, as no claims can be filed visiting her daughter, Mrs. Henry Mills, after that date. Jame F. CumminB, went to Mt. Vernon Saturday. Clerk. Mr. J. B. Adams and wife have moved Horace Woods, who was given three to Elkton from Newport, where Mr. Adyears in tho pen for killing Jaraea Marams will continue tho drug business. tin, in Garrard, baa very sensibly decid Mrs. Mattik Greenwood, of Holden, ed to take his dose and be was taken to Mo., is visiting her half brother, Mr. Frankfort last week. George B. Cooper, and other relatives here. Have you taken advantage of our re Mrs. James T. Hackley, sister of Mr. duced silverware Bale ? If not, you are James Maret, left Saturday for Cleveland, making a mistake, as we are offering Va., to visit her sister, Mrs. Mary P. genuine bargains to make room for Fall Smith. stock. Danks, the Jeweler. B .. Mr. Rowan Saukley, who hnsn't missThe entire stock of-Get a pair of Ziegler shoes. They aro ed a day since he began to loarn the art preservative in this ollico a year ago, is the cheapest because they wear the long est, because they are the most comfortaquite sick. It. A. Bum, of Bristol, Tenn., and ble, because they are the most Ptylish. Mn. Mr. Mack Fair, of Hartford, are guests They are sold only ot Shanks'. ... Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Plated Wares and Novelties of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Owens in the The Harrodsburg cycle club will hold West End. a raco meet there on the 20 and 27th. Owned by the late A. R. Penny. The goods are new, of standard Mihs Alice Holmes left Saturday There are 11 races and tho prizes are val- quality and may be depended upon. You have never had an oppormorning for Birmingham to enter the $10 to foO. Write to John G. tunity equal to this. Do not let it escape you. conservatory of music at that place. She ued at secretary, for ontry blanks. will also assist in teaching music at Miea .. Olivia Summers' school. Saved 19 Years. John Hamner, who Mr. J. S. Wells left this morning to was given 21 years at the last term of tho visit his parents nt Tampa, Fla. They Danville court fof the murder of Mack will meet him at Chattanooga and after Moore, but who was granted a new trial, a few days' stay there they will take in got off with two years this time. tho Atlanta Exposition and go thence to Boys if you want a Fall suit remeinrer Florida. that you can havo one ordered at 8banks The Pineville Messenger says that Joe For every financial ill is what people want. We believe we have Jones was found hanging on the front and got it in 29 hours and that a week is fenco of N. B. Hays, but it does not state more time than wo want. Ask those who what ho was hung for. Those who know have ordered suits from ua and see if Joe hero always imagined that it would this is not true. end that way. Jim Nbwland was tried before Judge Mr. It. 0. FonD, democratic nominee Davison Saturday for shooting Bob SteThe remedy. It is the spot cash plan of doing business, both buying; for Stato treasurer, who has been evan- phenson, also colored, and held over to and selling. If you are debating in your mind where you should buy gelizing in the mountains, tells us tbat circuit court. The shooting occurred at there is no disaffection there. Every the Walnut Flat colored church about your Fall and Winter goods, come let us show you through our stock democrat and soma republicans will vote tw(TweokB ago. and prices our ticket, which Mr. Ford thinks dead .9 Hardin will hardly come to Stanford, Bure of winning by many thousands. but be will spoak at Lebanon Sept. 30 Mr. Thomas M. Owsley has returned from visits to Nashvillo and Lebanon, and at Liberty Oct. 7. Bradley will also We realized some time ago that the supply will not equal the hia nearest Tenn., and Franklin, Bowling Green and likely give us the appointment being at Mt. Vernon Oct. 7 Elizabethtown. It is likely that he will locate at Bowling Green for the practice and at Lancaster Nov. A. of his profession, where ho can form a A iiox containing about $250 worth of desirable partnership with a leading at clothing, consigned to Mr. W. H.Shanks, So we bought early and at the right prices. Look at our dress goods. torney. For tho present, however, he came in by freight Friday with more We have Serges to suit all prices, lower than ever, Mohairs, Fancies will stay in Col. Hill's ofllce aud learu than half of tho goods missing, inclu- and Boucles. how to make monoy out of tho law as ding 10 overcoats, out of tho dozen that grand old Nestor of tho Stanford bar were sent. Tho box was broken that into has done. somewhere on its way and of course the Oait. Wm. Eames, the clever Pullman railroad company is responsible. conductor on this division, is a good ... A stohy ia going tho rounds of the Samaritan, who will over occupy a warm place in the hearts of tho writer and his press thatMr. W. R. Dillion sold an better half. When the railroad company old cabin Rockcastle to a negro for $50, forsook us the other night and wanted in which its now owner found an old to make ua stand up in a crowded car, boot containing $000 in gojd and $600 in the captain took ua in and although his greenbacks. The story further says that two cars were crowded gave ua a pleaar Mr. Dillion has been paying a boy to ant nook and saved our livea. Capt. kick him ever since. Wix Dillion was Eames haa grown gray in the service of down Sunday and on being asked about la Eeceivmg His his company, which holds him in as it said that it was all a fabrication and : : high esteem oa does the traveling pub- that Tom Jim Ballard was the author : of it. lic. We have opened up one of the handsomest lines of blaek and fancy-dresgoods ever offered in this city and we invite all buyers to ex... Don't miss our great jewelry sale. No amine before buying. Our black and colored silks and velvets for such prices have ever been quoted here. waists and sleeves are not surpassed in any inland town and we obliG. L. Penny, exor. ... gate ourselves to make prices as low if not lower than other houses. Would you have the prettiest and Silver manicure articles and up to date novelties at the leading jeweler's, Danks. DO NOT LEAVE HOME ... n ... HUCHES & TATE. SILVERWARE m m in Bargains I -- DANKS, The Jeweler. AT COST FOR CASH WATCHES, G. L. : CLOCKS, . Pul-lia- ... PENNY, Exor. A SURE CURE DISCOVERED FOR m go-b- y, ... CONSUMPTION, -- ill SEVERANCE & SON. H.G.RUPLEY- ,- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed: Give me call. fafciirrrYr'--- '-' - 7 jgtt-i- it4j&9&-i- . ji-- t ..' . -- - - - - 1 r -- nV m-- ' - J. c rwrfS wMiwiMn)iuttHMiw mSSSESttSSimSOii "r Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouiw A LAJGH IN CHURCH. W. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hockkr. HUBBLE. PobllBhod Every Tuesday and Friday 83 PSB YKAK IX ADYiVNOK rWhcn not .opaid SH.faO be charged.- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tralni trrivlng at lve unloio and -- . p. m. m nd 3 p. ra. Bha sat on thn Blldlng ctthion, Tho denr woo vriiinmi or four; Her In thulr shiny slippers Hung dangling over tho floor. Sho meant to lnv good, alio hnd promised, And so with licr big brown eyes She stnreri nt tho inei'tlng liouso windows And counted tho ornwllug files. Sho looltod fur up nt tho prraehor, Hut sho thought of tho honey boos Droning nwny in tho blo.somi ftt .4:30 p ra. o:a Vo. No. &'& j, L.&N. LOCAL TIME t4,Trln going North..., " south.: " CARD. ,u ,. j; ; ni ,.i 04 p m . t 15 pm 3 is if pm QUEEN & CRESCENT. Train pill Junction City si follow No. 1 Sewth it 48 a m No North ...3 ' 3 3 Note. No. 5 and 6 ana 9 and 10 run no ther than Junction City, not on Sunday 0 " " .... 15 a m ... .11 35 8 40 P m ii am " ' 4 6 10 ...6.00 .i.3S p m ,3.iS a m i P n a m fur- - Three sleek, round puppies with frlugy eaw Lay snuggled and fast asleep. Such soft, wnnn bodies to cuddle, Such queer llttlo brarU to bent. Such swift, round tongues to kiss, Suoh sprawling, cushiony feet ! Sho could feel In hor clasping finger Tho touch of tho twtlny bkln And n cold, wot noso exploring Tho dimples under hor chin. Then a sudden rlpplo of laughter Ran over tho parted lips, So quick thnt ulio could not catch it With hor rosy linger tips. Tho peoplo whispered, "Bless tho chlldl" As each 0110 wnked from n nap, Dut tho dear weo woman hid her faco For ehamu In her mother's lap. New Orleans Times-Democrat. Bho thought of tho broken bosket Whoro, curled In n dusky henp. Thnt whitem-- tho cherry trees. MATRIMONJALMATTERS. . fc.vv.Jtt .'I ' POWDER Absolutely Puro.i near Black's Mill killed Marthn Bradley becaueo she refused to marry him. MiFsUra Dige committed suicide near Indianola, I ml., because of the death of her intended husband. Joseph Manuel, 08 years of age, and his wife, Sarah, 00, celebrated their diamond wedding in Kennebunkport, Me. The both hare good health. Charles Turner nnl Miss Annie A Texas man, Hall, of Wharton Township, Pa., rode 70 miles across the mountains in a sulky to escape the girl's angry parents and A cream of tarter baking pow were married. Judge Walker Mason, our obliging der. Highest of all in leavening Williamsburg scribe, who is also local strength. Latest United States editor of the Times, will lead to the Government fcood Report. altar this morning Miss Carrie ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Myers, of that city, who is spoken of as a very beautiful and charming lady. 100 Wall Stroot, Now York. They will visit tho judge's relatives iu A. G. Lanhara John B. Cattleman. Madison this week and then go with the Kentucky Press Association to Atlanta. A long life of love and joy to them. hy-men- ial home. Kubnnks & Hubblo bought a field of DZ&TTG-GKCSTS, corn from Tnylor liouso at $1.10 and -will hog it down. : : Ky. Dr. Ilerron report another caeo of diphtheria nt Jas. Rotors and one at Office on Main Strtet, Oppoaite the Wc handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet Wesley Sutton', but all bo fur in u mild , BASTIN Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies," Glass, Drug- form. Tom Underwood will soon quit our gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most hack liue, as is now Crab Orchard, Ky. another it liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your pre- company. lie has maderun nby Traiu.tdlKht and day. us good mun Meet allaav part of towu Free of I'.truHi Lktn to Charge. scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and on the road. C.eod Fro of Hotel Si 00 per accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line R. L. Hubble's maro wa9 hitched on day. Livery Attached A. II. HAST IN, Prop. 11 6m of Spectacles. SaTL.'II. Hellcbaum, Parmacist. Craig & I locker. tlio siJo of the piktt a few days ago, M. Kewln., when a bicycle ran up, causing her to W. S Iiurth. Deputy Sherlli; Alt), at Li tear looao atid run off with the buggy, demolishing tho harness and damaging & tho bugey considerable. Conoral And Wm. Watson has Bold his small farm of about 15 acres to Luce Bros., at $13 Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky Ho has not yet decided whether he will We offer our to the public to do a (en go to Illinois or not. Mr. W. is a pood oral Collecting icrvlct. Account!, note., etc ltulne 6m collected in all part, el the couaty neighbor and a nice geutlumnn and no The hope ho will do well in making a change--. Mrs. Jos. Spoonamoru io visiting her daughter here, Mrs. Arthur Lauo. Mrs. I will go to any place, where there are aix or Burn Spoonamoru anil Misses Loulie and I do tho work You arc invifed to call and sec them. Isabel 0vsley are attending the G. A. R. more cattle to bchotn. Can dehorn auywith the Lightnlcg Dehorarr caw la MconJ, the knife make. a clean, tiuuolh three Spencer Hubble is much improved. cut,do.net cruih nor brvak the hern, at the clipper dee. It I the only humane way Dor not pvnl.h h animal like the. aw, Tho disappearance of Olivia Hall, fc and tiie weund gelt well as quick again a. that who was supposed to have been murder- made by the taw. For further lEformatlon, call U. ed by her married lover, ). H. Coyle, a ouSec the Lightning A. I'K OS, Stanford, (Cv. Frtinleg Hook. 101 I'aris merchant, who was jailed for it has been cleared up by her frionds, .including the man sho whs to itmrry, ll oilSeeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of ing Iter in a negro bawdy house. ulr to dtliter Ice .mm t Water, I.fatht and Ire LempaBy' Factory At Macon, Mo , Rev. T. 11. Noland, formerly pastor of a church at Kansas At 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds City, was arraigned buforu the ConferAn over and;ji: a ivouml for 10 pound and up ence of the Methodist church, South, to wo Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle and oxpelled for the seduction of a Hill, due ntsf each mowh K. 1IRF.MKK. Manlord nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine young domestic in his fnmily, who (icd our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting in child birth. I CRAIG & - HOCKER, Arthur Bnrnett has gone to Illinois with the thought of making that his DB, W. B. PEsrcrsr, STAftTFORP, KK3XrTTJCKTr Dentist, THE Stanford, Poat-Otfi- HOUSE, -- ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, IN Burob. ITowland, Collectors, 1 1 THE COUIMTRV. Dolaora Your Ccvttlo. tod.-hor- FARRIS & HARDIH n LOOK HERE! I ICE 1 I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line of Buggies and Surreys. W. L. WITHERS. Salesman. TO TH3L LADIEQ M.nfwd. ' wi ul" " thc h'dc'' l cn Kft My Milllnrir Sta-- it f ill iril ciHpltie Call ILEiO. forcaihorln trade tor leather en ami ciamine and yeu will le ure te buy i.ew court day. at Slanlord oral my home iu (Jit)- Spring Hat. lelm Chat Kantlin, Taucrt MISS MCCt L IICAZI.UV. n fq ROYAL OF UVERPOOL. FOB, B.E1TT. A farm with kmh! dwelling and all rtctrtiarjr outbmliliHKi. ) tiillc. nxithwett ef lluitonville fifty or tavern to k In cerii. 40 I K in wheat and 15 or loire In hewp '1 weatyhve acre. In Good Krai.. All fir.Cla AIm lluihei Hurt Kv The western part of the city of PhilI am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and adelphia reports a light fell of snow on easy monthly payments, or'any other terms to suit the purchaser Sunday. I give special attention to mail ordeis and carry as fine a line Great damage was done in New Zea- best. sever- of goods as can be found any where in the land. land by & ASTLBM AJS al hours.earthquakes which lasted B I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever MANAGERS, R. P. Searle beat the bicycle record sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. from Chicago to New York three hours opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Store Commerce Building1, Louisville and 25 minutes. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking throughout the South Azenti The Narcoti Ohemical Company, of this position does not give up hor class in Music, but will continue Massachusetts, mauufaturers of a tobacteaching as before. Address "W. A. TBIBBLE, Looal Agent, co cure, has assigned. Cbattauooga is already crowded with STANFORD. KY. visitors attracted by tho dedication of S THK HERD OK the Ohickamauga National Park. Wesley Boyd, tho confessed murderer of Miss Elizabeth Burns, commitSuccewortloJ. B. Higgm, Dealer in ted suicide in the Dayton, 0., jail. R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, It is said that the vacant placo on the eupreme court bench will be tenCrab Orchard, - - Kentucky. dered Wm. H. Hornblower, of New Kv. York. Pig. for .ale from the bett typot ot Kejttter NVe will continue the coal buttnet at Mr. Hie The Chinese steamer, Chatterthun, Stock. Breeder, tecured from tnc beat herd. In teveral different State.. Corretpondence Solicited and will have on hand at all time rin old tnd wbicn we will deliver promptly. tho very bet coal Vancouver, tell (ttlctly for caih and will make it to was dashed on tho rocks at We ahe tniereit of the people ot thi taction to pay B, 0., and 55 of its S7 peesengera were V Onli. drowned. There was a heavy frost in Oswego, or on the Lincoln T npfp Near Junction City 1 and liojle turnpike or on th Stanford Rockland, and other counties in New LUb and Danville pike a tmall da willbook with field York Sunday morning. Ice formed at return to please note of aurveyi. The finder line at Stanford and receive liberal reward. J. Gloversville. UJright. A tramp set fire to and burned the II Toexchanceoo Acre of dwelling of William Groves, near W A IN 1 LJJ Land four mile. Eait of 0., because its owner refused to Crab Orchard tor house and lot In Rowland or All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing Stanford, fur her information can be had 3 01 give him his dinner. 54 B. P. Martin, Rowland, Ky. done in first class style. Frank Allen, of Welchville, Ind., shot a fellow boarder at the American Hotel, in that city, because he spilt coffee on his new pants. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic Crab Orchard, Ky. The Fall meeting at the Oakley race Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. track was opened Saturday. The stake was wou Strathmeath, who High Grade, Thor- eventLehman in :by time. KIELEY. SXPERIEECED FEIETER. MR. Select, Private, fnut heat kserance ARBEE Company ODDS AND ENDS. PIANOS andOBGANS. A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, j Oat. laud. for Sale. h. S. POWELL, Stanford, Ky. Office ever McRobert.' Drug-Sur- S4'imo lluttonvulf, Ky in the Owalcy 0 FUBX.IC : SAX.E. A. Croat Bargain : : Sixty-Acr- e THE I RILEY K. U. UILBV, HOUSE London, 1 - - Farm Near Stanford. Proprietor, - Kentucky. Will be tuid at public auction without retcive P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. iU.UK-GT.AS- On Saturday, Sept. 21, '95, o'clock In the afterncon, at dwelling home on thn prrmiirt Situtted near Stanfrrd and pike, on ItU Kiver, lertde and In a hich atateol cultivation. Ha. on It a comlort.ble Jwcll-Ini- ; home, good barn and all othcruecettary out-builditi);.. fine orchard and manv klndt ol tml fruitt and btrne. I'lcnty of good water In a neighborhood, near church and acheol. fir. Term. On third cain.batanc In tand ean a 1 have moved to ray new Hotel arid eta bett.r than ever ta aciomtnodato the public, Joed Livery attachvd and .very convtmitLC Give ra call. prei-r- d 77 FRANK RILIV, IT.-O- l, E. R. Noel & Son, Stanford, At I.ao-catt- er w. JDXtl, ) t, HANiulH Duroc Jersey Red Swine JOISTJES BROS,, All Kinds of Coal, IJHHHRhmRiHHhAie SO M. Sl'KKI) I'EtTON. Wfillaoo B. Varnon, Attorney at Law, - - proprietor! Dean 1 lllack Diamond Koo aint Kalimaie. furnitned for painting Wood. V.?U ,.nd ,,on Ktof, atifcllon (uaranled. All rood painted with Dean', lllack Diamond l'aint guaranteed for year. Dealer. In belt 1 Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole and OatvanlitH Iron 1 e-- .n St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., Stan lord, Kentucky. and Attlgn-- c Will act a. Eecutor,Admtni.trator DON'T FORULT HAT J itt nmnn 1 Del-pho- ?, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. 1 COLLEGE HOME. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Somerset, E. E. Special attention clvrn to Settlentnt. of Ft ate., a. Attorney and bale and Divltloo of AT McKINNKV.KY, ofant.'Landt Office on Lanca.ter St overSupt. W. F. McCla Have jutt been overhauled and repaired f om bot. loin to top by the fiiuoui Richmond Clly Mill y'.oinc. 90 Work, of llichuiond, Ind, and with capacity no increa.cd, are doing more and tetter work than ever before, and with the old reliable D V KttmtHly a. head miller, you are uc of good and fair treatment u ll and bring ut your grinding and when buying call lor our old 11 iatabliihcd brand-,- . and Favorite Patent, J F IIAKKKK, Proprietor, Favorite and llakert' Choice. THE FAVORITE MILLS, BARKER HOUSE, - Rati- - TWO DOLLARS 1'or Uav. t' Kentucky. IIAI ES A SON, "uccetior Io K. L Tanuer A. ravorlte Milling Co EE r ip t ough, Practical, Progressive. Co mi Doylo mi Cycling. Will enter upon the second year's Uciiir. L'oyJe, who is au entiitisiiist on work Sept. 2, and will close cycling, cays in Demorest's Mugaziuo: , May 30, 1896. "When tho spirits aro low, when tho dny appears dark, when w r becomes For terms of admission apply to monotonous, when hopes wmi hardly 11 Has charge of our Painting Department. 1 Give us a cmaisigassgial r trhl. Remodeled and refurnl.hed throughout. LarKO and Commodlou Sample Room by Electric llellt. Hall, and olIUc cona-cto- d Prompt and polite wrvice to guett. 47 G. B. COOPER, Proprietor of ....... .. : w w. s. bxjuch:, Attorney at Law, Livery and FeedStable, STANFORD, Having bought of prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S KV. Dr. Jno. 45 S. Stapf, Pres. Crab Orchard, Ky. I','. STAKT3FOHD Female Hi f -:- - College, Stanford, Ky. iall Session Opens Sept. 3 1895 worth liaving, just mount n bieyelo mid go for a goixt jipin down tho road, without thought of anything Imt tho rido you 1110 taking. I hnvo myself ridden the bicycle most during my praetico ns u physician and during my work in letters. In the morning or tho afternoon, s heforo or after work, as the mood mo, I mount thc wheel and am off for a spin of a few miles up or dowt, tho road from my country place, I can only spo.il: words of praiso for the o'er-take- o o CO Stanford, Hou.e. Office on - - Kentucky. anJsded l I new buggie. and W. Green hi hone, Livcrv but-ine- tt we arc TURNOUTS Carn-atfot- Street, oppotite the Court Collection, receive cipeclal attention. &S l.aicatter SPRING AND SUMMER. Something.to Beautify the Ladies. Dally openimng. New Hat., flower and lacol We give thoa.iurance to thc trade that they wtl. find in our etutblithmcnt the um caclutivcnett In .tyleof pattern., hat. and bonnet, and all the leallng novnltle. in Millinery for which we are known throughout the country. I hao .ecu red a first-cltrimmer for thetta-on- . Thanking you lor pat favor, we ri.pect fully tolicit your patronage heretofore 10 liberally M D DUDDKRAR- betUwed. KATE DUDDKRAR, Manager. thort notice. The traveling public wilt find ut alway ready and willing to lurnith Drum-mer- t' Wagon., either tingle or double, or ail kind, at ery LOW PRICES. The boy. in and around town will alto find ut the people to deal with. Slop wlthut when in town at courlt and entertainment and your horte and vebe On hicle will 07 well cared for. O. . COOPKR Myert Home Stable, btanford, Ky. Tho Myers House, IMW. GREEN. Proprietor. '' ! , Tiavoler ( iu a railway carriage to f I low passenger) Sir, wlmt do you mean: Kcrfool cfMutic, Art, French and Elocution. Hot teachers employed, each a peclahit in her This is tho third time you havo put out . my match. own Department. Boarding pupil under the direct tupervmon of Follow Pusseuger Forco of habit. . teachers. For further information, addret I'm a member of n volunteer fire briW1LI)IAM SHRLTON. President. gade. Texas Sittings or' Uncollected Fee. Sovernl years ago I was under n Dr. Smithcrs of GaleMmrg, Ills. Ono day he was called to treat a patient who had been soiled with a sovoro attack of colic. determined to go Weit, I will, on Having Tho patient was ono of tho richest men in Galesburg, and was noted SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. 1395 our home ol ns being very penurious. Dr. Smithcrs Sril to the highest and be.t containing about 03 land fouud his patient hardly ablo to talk, and all well watered, good orchard x mile Irora but between his groans ho managed to pike on good mile fr SU&, mil? from and 3 !e. I from C. om say to tho physician, "Oh, doctor, I S. mile and church e don't think yon can do anything for mo, RWe wifTaWo .ell 3 hone 1 but if you can savo my lifo I will give mare, 1 milk fancy mule. four.year-o- 6 yearl.nir harue. 2 heifer. 3 you 500." Dr. Smithors smiled and ateers, wi calvei, i.ooolbs., 15 or jo acre, Etnrted to administer relief. In a fow feeTler weighing about hou.ehold minutes tho patknt remarked to tho growing corn alio farming implement., "fibe .old ca.h In hand doctyr that ho did not think it was tiny VlVMd -- and two year., with intere.t at in one nso, but if ho was cured ho owo Tnercent. Per.onal property, S$ and under ca.h him his lifo. Six months would Dr. later fa hand over that amount a credit with good note smithors Bued him for a small feo of 8 Unt.l Jan. .. '96, without inteje.t. GOODSj Tumerville, Ky. 'or ono visit. Ivnnsos City JouruaL Auctionter H.T. Buh, m. 1 husi-iio.ss bi-il- fi Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Dcpart- roSclentlfic. Clinical and Special Course ol Kxtrn J'rofcmloiinl. Stanford, : : : Kentucky. J. T, SUTTOU, : : I am atill running thl. n Hotel and will continue to Ktve my guuat. the politeat attentat well a. tho be.t the market affords. k Public Sale of LAND, STOCK & CROP. ' hustonville,:kentucky. Otfer hi. lervice o the people ol Wctt LinFull .lock of Cotfini coln and Catey Counties. and Ca.kct. alway. on hand, D, H. undertaker, Mnnacr. SpecialAttention, to tho Traveling Public. M. S. IIaughman. J. W. lUUGIIHAN. Carpenter, 93 M.S.&J.W.Baughman, 1'ROrKIKTOHS - - . Fine I Blue-Gras- s Farm s-a.IjE. .chosl-houi- lurr.. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, irons, will .ell privately my Farm of .even-ycar-ol- d 1 Paris Classical Institute OPENS SEPTEMBER 9TH. Special attention to Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, and Music. Send for a Catalogue. Science, Belles-LettreMRS. M.-BERRY, Principal. s 250 Acres ot Good and Well Im proved Land, ood hou.e and other improve. Well watered, rnenW.and the ra rm i. in a high tt.te 01 cuiuva- -.;., .Aonhrr with Stock. Crop and Farming Impleruenta, it de.lred by the piirchater. and will offer .pecial InaucemenU to effect a tale by the nth ol September, iSos- - Said Farm i situated ontheDanvilloand Hu.tonville turnpikn rosl. about two milea from lliutonvllle. The farm, to k..nn..Mil.iluiulii bt eco. 1'ertcni withlnc addre to purchue .noula call on or U, JJ KINO, Morcliud, Ky g LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Cr.t-cl- for If you uwd livery five u. a call. Nothing turndut. will leave our (table, rate. In our a. but u. HARNESS SHOP You vrlll And a good assortment of Harnett ll.l die., Saddle., Ac Have-you-r repalrindouby Ik one-ha- ll BLAOKSMITfl'SHOP. Wll guarantee) fir.t-cl- u work andt "1,uuewrr Tiy ourhonaihoer. P'ice , t , - . - - - . --- .- - -- jSn ..,