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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895092001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1895. ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 58 V The band boys have a full set of new instruments. The now Presbyterian church will bo built upon a lot oti West Main Btreet city, have placed under obligations to presented by Judge Colyer. them the Knights of Pythias of this enG. O. Kennedy, Jr , 1h doing teletire Commonwealth. Their hospitable graph work nt E'town. Mr. II. 0. Web' treatment of tho representatives to the ville for 11,510. er is visiting huinefolku. Mr. W. M. grand lodge adds another laurel to SomThe Boyle county populists miulo no 'Weber lain Knoxville. erset's crown and it her citizens could The number of pti pliant the Collenomination?. Thero wasn't enough of hear even a tenth of the good thlugs that giate Institute increases weekly. them to fill the placed. A are being Bald about them they would killed Alvus now Hide walk is badly needed, however, Anthony Garner, who feel rewarded for their time Biid labor Wilburn In Russell county last week, and e'lottld be laid at oucn. spent in entertaining the members of the Tho democrats havo nominated Mr. was caught In Nashville. best fraternal organization under the A furnace of tlio Watts syndicate nt Abel Pennington as their legislative canopy of heaven. Middlesboro whs blown in Wednesday candidate to represent Laurel and RockNEWSY NOTES. About 200 Knights representing the castle. Mr. 1. till muke a good race. amid great jubilation of this citizens. Two men were killed and five injur- 111 lodges in this State were present aud The entertainment of next Monday of tlie collecting agents who One the mooting was n most interesting and worked Richmond people" so prolifically evening prombeg to be a delightful af- ed during a bull fight in Mexico. successful one. Several supremo otlkers Geo. Green, n colored wife murderer, has been sentenced to ona year in the fair. Mieoea Ritchie, McCluro and Miller will sing some beautiful eoloi as part has been sentenced to hang at Lexing- were present including Past Supreme pon. Chancellor W. W. Blackwell, of Lima, of the program. ton. Eli Farmer, an We nre sorry to havo to chronie'e At Montgomery, W. Va., incendia- O , and Supreme Chancellor W. B. RitchHamp Angel in Tulxski shot and killed county Sunday, who was beating Far- the death of Win. M. DeBord, son cf ries dostroyed a hotel, entailing an 18, ie, of Indiana. A good deal of work was accomplished and several questions that Martin W. and Stlliu A. DeBord, which 000 Iops. mer's eon. W. 8. Barbour, clerk of Woodford have been pending for some time were Sandy Anderson, who murdered bis occurred at tho homo of his brother, M. years ago, was B. DeBord. Ho was a most worthy county, died suddenly at Estill Springs settled. Covington was decided on for mistress at Jellico four the meeting next year and the following captured after five years of wandering young man and leaves a circle of mourn- of apoplexy. Treasury officials believe that thero grand officers were elected: Grand Chanand returned to the scene of bis crime. ing relatives. Miss May Adams, pf Grays, Mib. will bo a surplus of over $2,000,000 in tho cellor, Dr. It. L. Agnew, of Sebree; Grand farmanFtradFitems. Vice Chancollor, Stanley Adams, of Kate Zallere, of Crab Orchard, and Mr. revenuen this month. Louisville; Grand Prelate, W. P. Settle, Howard Cornelius, of Husacllville, were It is reported that fiM.000 had been At a sale in Scott county corn sold in among the guests nt tho secured for the proposed Sherman mon- of Bowling Green; Grand Keeper of the shock nt SOc. Records and Seal, Wade Sheltman, of wedding. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. ument nt Washington. Carroll Ruld's Sherlock won a race at Thompson, of Garrard, are visiting relaMinnie Dean was executed at Auck- Louisville; Grand Master of Exchequer! Oakley Tuesday. George Glendon, of Covington; Grand G. A. Slier eold to Jesse Fox a bunch tives here. Mr. and Mrs. II. H.Baker land, New Zealand, for the murder of Master of Arms, A. O. Green, of Lexand Miss Mollio are visiting in Lincoln infanta intrusted to her enro. of 1,100 pound cattle at 3Jc. Ono saloon alone sold 01,000 glasses ington; Grand Inner Guard, Wm. Powcounty. V A. Hall sold to J. 0. Lynn a Circuit court convened Monday with of beer during the four days of the G. ers, of Carrollton; Grand Outer Guard, small bunch of helferi at 2Jc. J. B. Thornton, of Somerset. 'Mies of excellent Judge J. W. Alcorn judge pro tern. Ad- A. R. encampment at Louisville. it.OOO FohSalk. Henry Wellenvoss, a delegrate from a journment whs in order inithe afternoon Six persons were killed as a result of hay. Josh H. Jones, Stanford, Ky. Germnn lodge in Louisville, got out nn Clovkii Skld I want a duller at until next Monday on account of the ab- b railroad crossing accident on tho Southinjunction against the Grand Lodge besence of the regular Judge, T. ',. Morrow, ern rnilrond near Lynchburg, Vn. my farm immediately. Jos. Ballon. Dodge, Neb , was visited by n disna cause it denied him admission, on the hogs for sale. who had arrangements which prevented Wo havo 75 good stock his coming beforo tho time mentioned. trous fire, entailing $100,000 Iofs, and ground that his lodge used a German All good Btock. Powell A Harper, ritual. The lawa of the Order clearly The grand jury indicted Jack Adams for nearly wiping out tho entire town. state that the ritual is to bo printed only Gov. Brown haa offered n reward o At Georgetown Monday 160 cattl the murder of Ribt. Cappj and Estey $200 for tho enpturo of Buford Overton, in Eoglish. The proceedings wero heard sold at '2 to 3J and many mute colts at Lackey and Mndrell for rape. Wednesday by Judge T. Z. Morrow, who Eitev Lickey and Tom Mndrell, the Harlan county escaped murderer. $10 to KQ. withheld his decision. O. H. Waddle MirtH Laura Ulny, of Kentucky, M. Owens sold in Cincinnati n car two darkiiH, were nrrested on la charge S. represented Wellenvoss and W. A. Morthe South Carolina constitutional load of 220 pound hogs of bU own rala-in- g of rape on n warrant sworn out by Polly Ann llrynnt, a white woman whose convention on behalf of woman suffrage. row the Grand Lodge. at 4.35. At the request of Diadem Lodge No. The chief justice of Texas says thero John R. Gentry beat Joo l'Mchen in character is of n ahn ly odor. At the Mr ... U ......IVIIU . w.- -, w. examining trial the defendants were is no law against prize fighting In that SI nf Krnnfnrii. ..... W U. U'aron'0 straight heats at Milwaukee. The best IV., was nresonted as n candidate for held in the sum of $500 each nnd were State. So the mill time was 2:051. inner guard and he made a splendid race. romandttl to jail. Mndrell has been is a go. storm near During a thunder At Scribner, Neb,, a husband was He was the contending man and it took Johnson it Basa had six tine buck only n few months from the pen, ho served one year under a found bunging dead in one part of his several ballots to decide. Had the wants where jacks killed by lightning. home and the corpse of his wife in an- of Diadem Lodge been made known 11. II. Cash sold to J. II. Baughman charge of attempted train wrecking. sooner Mr. Wearen would haye been an A mad dog benro in this nnd tho other. StaA Co., delivered at Gilberts Greek Mnretburg neighborhood has caused the Ono hundred of the followers of easy winner. He will get an office dead at 57c. tion 400 bushels of wheat sure next year. F. T. Bishop Bold to II. T. Hush a 3- - slaughter of about 40 dogs. One sup- Stokes, the slave trader, were shot by Somerset was tho gayest looking place posed to have been mad passed n few Belgian troops at Uganda, after Stokes and some work mule for year-ol- d e, imaginable. The the hodays since, bitinir everything in its had been hanged. butcher etutl to M. F. Klkin at'Jjc. tels, the banks, the stores and nearly all path. It came to tho writer's house and The society of the army of Teunt Col. B. F. Cockrell has sold Ins farm adjourned at Cincinnati to meet atSt, of the private dwellings were decorated of 600 acres, I J miles from Mt. Sterling snatching up n littlo lice, carried it to an adjoining lot and had half devoured Louis next year. G. M. Dodge, of Iowa, with flags, bunting, Ac, and the taste to James Turley, lor f 37,500, cash. displayed was the subject of much favThe California Breeder remarks that tho little canine before a load of buck was elected president. shot ended its canibalistic career. Briggs' Cave in Edmonson county orable comment. Stretched from the of the 400 trotters and pacers in training e to the Masonic building in A happy bridal party left on the has been purchased by California par at Sacramento, 125 can beat 2:20 this sealetters five feet tall was the word "Welnoon train Wednesday for Louisville and ties, who will use it as a storage-hous- e son. come" and from every telegraph and An Allegan county (Mich.) corre- ether pointa. At the residence of Mr. for fruits of all kinds. M. O. Williams, brother-in-la,'of the At Warsaw, Ind , L. Harriott, who electric light pole hung flags with varspondent estimates the yiold of the lake bride, Mr. Samuel Hooker, of Russell-vill- abducted Mamie Ernheart and impris- ious inscriptions. Judge Morrow's resishore peach belt at about 5,000,000 basled to the altar Miss Nancy McKee oned her on an island and maltreated dence was beautifully decorated and no kets. Jockey Reami Kennedy, n beautiful nnd accomplished her, was taken from jail by a mob and one did more to make the boyB enjoy Tho hora ridden by themselves than he. By the way there at Windsor. Canada, fell with him atid young lady of this place. Tho ceremo- lynched. wag performed in a mostUm-preeslv- o Isaac Edwards was hung in the Ohio are only five Knights of Pythias iu his so badly injured him that bo died In an ny, which manner by Dr. McDonald, of penitentiary Tuesday for the murder of family. hour. The banquet was a thing of beauty Tn Washington county the drouth Danville, occurred at 11 a m. Tho bri- a woman, who refused to desert her husand will be a joy in the memory for ter very scarce, and around dal couple was preceded by tho two band for him. He made no statement years to come of all who partook of it. has mad Mackvillu stock water is hauled seven charming sisters of the bride, Misses aud died defiant. Everything to eat and drink was theto Una and Clara Keunedy, wtio were Iho big battle-shiMaine has beon miles. robed in white. Tho groom, n noble put in commission at the Brooklyn Navy in abundance and of course it was done Riley GrannBn Is hlmsblf authority full justice to. A dozen or more toasts for the statement that he has won' more specimen of mtnliood, is an attorney of yurd. The Maine was built at the Navy were responded to and oratory wa3 a than $125,000 since the beginning of the Riisaellville, being n partner of John 8. yard by government employes at a cost pleasant feature of the occasion. Saratoga meeting, says tho Now York Uhen. He takes his bridn to nn elegant of nearly $2,400,000. The Somei set band played each evenhome already prepared for her recepAt Fiat Rock, Bourbon county, TuesSun. wo (rust that "peaco nnd day Horsey Watkins stabbed William ing in tho commodious stand built for Waller Bonuett rented the Clay tion, where the occasion nnd discoursed some defarm, 278 acres, near town, for $1,000. contentment" may be theirs through a L. Gibson several times in the bowels lightful music. and beat him insensible with n guu, proTho Mornn land at Silver Creek rented long and happy life. The hotels nnd boarding houses were ducing fatal injuries. $1.10 an aero. Richmond atS'J.SO to pretty well crowded, but not uncomfort-nbl- y LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. W. M. Poyuter, n brakoman from Climax. so and the boys fared well in that Louisville, was killed and three tramps line James B. Clay, proprietor of Iro Tho public school opened Monday hb in every other. The various quois stud in Fayetta and owner of under f.ivorable circumstnncee. The were seriously injured in a railroad committees did their work well and Chance, by War D.inco, nude an assign teachers, Prof. Ray, Miss Kincaid nnd wreck which occurred on the main line unlimited praise. Somerset has ment to J. W.Sayro for tho benefit of Miss Duir are all competent teachers nnd of the Louisville A Nashville railroad. siown that she does not do things by Citizens ot the Cherokee Strip are halves and tho 152 members of Crescent his creditors. tho school promises to he a success. celebrating the second anniversary of the Lodge No. 60 have proven that they can Moutio Fox bought for Simon Weil .Mrs. wm. nay want lias tuo meas and M. Goldsmith 1S3 export cattlo les. Miss Florence Pernio has tho fever, opening day at Graham's Park, near do more for the comfort of their guests weighing 1,100 to 1,025 pounds at 4 to but is doing as well as could be expect- Perry. The Cherokee Strip, which is than any set of men on earth. Three 4jc. Moat of them were bought iu Boylo ed. I'p to the present there has been two yeurs old, has over 100,000 people, cheers for Somerset and her clever and Lincoln counties. but little fever, and great precautions aie and 30 towns. E. O. W. Fire in Indianapolis, which begun At Gravesond track Tuesday, Heury being taken to proveut its spreading. on Washington, between Meridian and MATRIMOHIAUnATTERS. of Navarro took tho first Bpecial raco In The depot and section bouses nre bebandy stylo from Sir Walter, Domino, ing repninted this week. Judge Brown Pennsylvania streets, destroyed two Aaron Wright and Miss Lizzie Gooch largo business blocks, damaged several Key el Santa Anita, Glitlord, and others, is having considerable work douo on his easily. In tho Holly Handicap and burned oil all the Western who is just 15, were married at Kings-vill- e winning yard, nnd other improvements are con- others yesterday. Ben Brush won in fast time from tho stantly going on. London is slowly but Union wires. The loss is enormous. Mitchell Whitt and Miss Cora James best youngsters in training. surely coming to tho front. It ia by far Mt. Xknia. May tho Lord forgivome were married at tho bride's home in tho Andrew Whitley sold to J. O. John East Eud Wednesday. The bride in onaveraged 00 pounds at the best town In the mountains already. for it, but I stopped iu the echool-houe- o son 07 lambs that Henry P. Brown, Sr., of this place, Saturday afternoon a few minutes to ly 10 Fox bought 183 fat cattle 4c. Monto died in Louisville a few dnys ngo. He hear a Baptist sanctified evangelistic In an Eastern matrimonial paper, an from Richard Gontry, J. O. Johneon, B had been taken there for his health. He tramp trying to expound the Scriptures, Oklahoma farmer advertises for a blonde n Herrv nnd Farris A Whitley, this county.nud D. S. Johnson, of McKln-ney- , was brought homo and iuterred in the lie badly needs a course in some public under t'O years who does not "object to McKee burying ground near town. He school, as he butchers English in a man- cutting corn." at from $ to $ i 75. They averaged leavea a wife and two small children ner that ia He says ha Thk sun doesn't often shine on n more 1,025 pounds. Advocate from 1,410 to A Homer B.iughman eohl to who have the sympathy of tho entire will indict some 23 or 30 of the young radiantly beautiful bride than it did John community. people of the neighborhood for laughing Wednesday, when Miss Nannie Kenno W. H. Shears 50 hogs, average 200 lbs. at In many sections of the Stato great at him, when ho aud his comrades need- dy, of Mt. Vernon, became the wife of B 4 to 4c. James Middleton sola to drouths have prevailed, but Laurel has ed drowniug iu the Hanging Fork for Samuel Hooker, Esq., of Russellville. A Whitley 40 acres of corn adjoining good season, in the monkey shines they cut. He should They took the train at onco for the $1 50 per barrel in the had an exceptionally their place at fact the best for years. Thore has been be made to produce the license he claims groom's home and when they passed hero, shock. K. G. Evans bought of J. A. plenty of rain and tho farmers nre was granted him by the Baptists. It is a number of friends were at tho dopot Woods 53 cattle, D00 pounds average, at over the ubundant crops. Fruit my opinion tbnt if the Lord "called" to bid the bride bon voyage. We who of Lincoln, 2j, and 17 from Pennington, was never so plentiful. Tho very finest that fellow to preach He made a mistake. know Misa Kennedy know what a lovely 10 pounds, at 31. Farria A Whitley apples are Boiling at 10 and 15c a bushel. One of bis comrades had on two big pis- character she is and those who know Mr. Allen 10 bought of Jim ono writing to Hooker tell us that he is a prosperous said, tols, filers at 31. and from John Wood a this Some last week statedyour paper from birdsitofisa feather to preserve order, and young lawyer, who will make a mark in Hock together. place that after Har- oxen atJ2j.-- Ai' bunch of din bad finished bis speech, two promi- the legal profession. Good luck to them. Sbktaw. tocate. Hooker-Kennedy Hua-tonvllle. Corbott-Fitzdimmo- A McUrtary tunu will bo nominated in Spencer and Bullitt. Mr. J, L. Bosley is arranging to Blurt a paper at Paris, to nilvocate republican principles. Rice Benge, o( Lancaster, bought the livery outfit of Mobs A. Hue at Dan- nent republicans approached him at the! door nnd told bun they wero going to vote for him. This does seem h little strange, from the fact that only "two" "conversions" wero made, and yet wo learn that a reward of $50 Las been offered for the two. Were every republican who heard Hardin and then Brndley, just a honest as tho two who were said to make tho "noble confesssion," we believe that Hardin would carry the county without n dissenting voice. More thnu that, if Bradley himsolf were lion, est enough to yield to his convictions, weboliuvo that he would "run" clean on" tho track. Meeting of the Grand Lodge, Knights of Pythias at Somerset. The members of Orescent Lodge No, GO, K. of P. of Somerset, as well as the good citizens of that proeperdus littlo Teeth Extracted Without Pain. fia3SSd-5fex-v ?rj 3daH&H5&ft3&aae&& ew Teeth Filled Teeth Crowned Without Pain. Without Pain. vvvvvvv. ., , ., j v j- tt vV.VVvvVVVVvvvvvvwv 0 e Q '? o DR. E. P, BENDER, Famous Surgeon of National Reputation. Formerly President of the Columbus Painless Dental Co., of Chicago, 111., now permanently located at Louisville, Ky., will visit STANFORD 8VloridaY,Septernber23 a E2T Remaining one week until Saturday, Sept, 2Sth. "2 Dr. Bender has been connected with some of the largest Dental Colleges and Institutions in the country and has no superiors in the He is prepared to profession. ns Run-agllvil- EXTRA GT, CROWN AND FJLL TEETH WJTH0UT PAIN. And without the use of Gas, Cocaine, Odontunder, Chloroform, Ether, Electricity, or any sleup producing agents, but by a method invented by Dr. Bender and used only by himself, who is the easiest, so quickest and best painless extractor iu the UaiteJ States acknowledged by the dental profession at large. Where he causes pain in any operation he makes no charge. to-da- y f5 court-hous- b-- see Teeth Extracted Free of Charge and Without Pain Between the Hours o8:S0and court-hous- 9:80 Each Day. Teeth $5. AVhen Teeth $8. Teeth $10. le Tooth Extracted Froo of Charge Plates are ordered. Fillings with all kinds of material without pain at cost. Many symptoms of catarrh, headacho, earache, indigestion, dyspepsia, etc., aro the result of decayed teeth and roots of teeth. To be 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. Those who are in a delicate nnd nervous condition can come and have teeth extracted and tilled nnd feci as calm as if they had had no work performed. Dr. Bender guarantees all work and does us lie advertises. Gome early and ayoid the rush, as his rooms are always crowded. Oflice hours 9 A. si to 5 p. si. Free hour S:30 to "J:30 each day. COXSL'LTATIOX FKEE. e, p DR. E. P. BENDER. mm. -- THE- di-ser- ve Gharles Wheeler EMPORiU m New Goods at Rook Bottom Priees Everything In peo-pl- o. 1 heart-rendin- g, General 33HCXTK -:- - Merchandise, Clothing, Millinery, CIcaks, &c. nr-ri- Y OWJBI.X., SaESMAKT. F.J.DUFFY, Principal, re-joi- cod Stanford Male Academy, OZFZEIETS A lull l.OoO-pound- s 1,200-pou- nd I Freparttory Courto lor College Uiurnithed; alio branches uentil to a Thorough .Fnjliih Education. Miss Mattle L. Paxtoo will ajair. fill the poiitioa of Auuiant. ;.J SEPT. 3EID, 1895. msmmmassm0m Taking Gov. Buckner'a position as its cue, the Courier-Journa- l has at last fallen into line and will give Gen. Hardin and tho whole ticket its support, which Ky., Seftsmbeb 20, 1895 it acknowledges will not bo very enthusStanford, semi-Weekly InteriorJournm VV. P. WALTON. il of Wednesday an interview with Gov. Buck-ne- r, contains which is a scathing arraignment cf Gen. Hardin for his war on democratic principles as expressed by tho the party on tbe financial question, for which he says there is no justification or excuse, TnK Conrier-Jouini- ' k . IfiL I' 1 IL I after be had said before the nomination that "it was the duty of every democrat to submit to the will of his party delibEvery article carrying within itself the convincing proof that in its erately expressed, and to accept the combined wisdom of the whole as his purchase you arc saving money. Your purse will open quickly rule of action," which statement seTub silly third term talk continues to gaze upon the splendid bargains in our new cured him the nomination. The gov furnish a topic in these very dry times ernor shows in his clear and convincing both in tho political bb well as the maway that neither the National nor the terial world. Opposition newspapers, State platform permits the construcwhich aro never as happy as when abustion Gen. Hardin puts on them now, ing Mr. Cleveland, confidently assert that when all the free sllverites admitted at K. Hart, who led the demo he Is laying his wires for another term, Holla Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Dress Goods and Notions. All shades the time of the Stato declaration that it crate of the 9th district to defeat at the but no thinking man puts any confidence in double width dress goods, 15c. All wool serge 40 in. wide, 25c. wrb pronouncedly for a single standard. last election, has demonstrated by his in the statements, A sister of the presStrictly all wool Tricot, 25c. Canton Flannels, 5, 6, Uen. Hardin thought so at the acts the trueness of the statement that ident, Mrs. Yeomans, told a reporter that That S and time is shown by his hesitating to ac- God moves in a mysterious way bis ho would not be a candidate for a third 10c. Nice fancy bordered and fringed napkins, 12x12, 25c per doz. cept the nomination on such a platform, wonders to perform and that what was term under any circumstances. The 16x16 inch fancy bordered after Senator Blackburn bad advised regarded as a calamity at the time was democrats could not afford to nominate him not to. Tho reckless In fact a real blessing. Rolla is a hasa of him even if he would accept n nominaof Gen. Hardia has brought needthe first water and too much of a Sut tion. The unwritten, thoi'gh inviolablo in the ranks, but Gov. Lovingood natural born darn fool to go law of this country, is that no man shall less division Buckner thinks that whatever reasons to Congress. He is chairman of the dem- serve more than two terms in tho high29x14 inch bath towels 5c. 2Sxi2 inch all linen towels 5c. may exist for resentment at his course ocratic county committee of Floming, the est office in the gift of the people. It are overbalanced by stronger reasons xmre'a the pity, and upon him devolved would invite the defeat that would be lor supporting the entire ticket. It is the duty, as it should have been his sure to follcw. composed of gentlemen admirably qual- pleasure, to introduce Gov. McCreary Over 17,000 people havo died in Ja The dedication of the National MilitaOur Shoe and Boot line is complete in every respect. Wc arc preified for tho respective positions to which when he spoke there Monday, at the rery Park, near Chattanoogo, which in- pin of cholera since it broke out. the party has named them, and their quest of the State Central Committee. Martin Ballweber, arrested the other pared to furnish them to you at the old prices. many thousand acres, has drawn election should not be imperiled by a Hart refused to do so, however, becauae cludes CLOTHING. Wc have our Fall and Winter Clothine in and it is togother the largest reunion of the Blue driy in Pittsburgh, snid that ho has been dissatisfaction which would keep any he is for Blackburn for Senator, a narand the Gray ever seen, and they are a tramp 44 yearn. He is 7S years old. ready for inspection. Wc arc better prepared to supply the wants of The only row minded, jackassical reason, that democrat from the polls. Tho Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd brotherly love whero H3yar8 the public in that line than wc have ever been. In connection with way of achieving success is by a made the McCreary men, who are in the mingling in ngo they met in fratricidal strife. Four Fellows bus adopted an amuudment by compact and continuous organization majority there, exceedingly wroth and our ready made clothing wc have an elegant line of Tailoring Samof the president's official family are pres- which siloon keepers, bir tenders and which will support the nominees, and who will likely sit down hard on the litent and the leading geuerals on both professional gamblers are denied admis- ples for the coming season. The selection is complete in every restho governor says he will unhesitatingly tle man, whenever he dares to offer for sides of tho war add to the large num sion to the order. pect. vote for the whole ticket, advising all office again. Rolla is a very small potaher who shouldered the musket during others to do so. The governor of to and few in a hill. Let him drop into NKW ADYKBTISEMiyrra. the stormy scenes of the 'COs. A gener Kentucky will have nothing to do with oblivion. al feeling of peace and reconciliation the solution of the silver question, exboys are enjoying To the For a man who has been paid as much a of Lincoln Co. cept through the vague possibility of an and done as little, Senator Blackburn prevails and the old tbe reunion to the fullest extent. appointment of a U. S. Senator, a con- carries his nerve around with him most The tix for tho year 1895 U long put due. II jr A. URBANSKY & CO.,: Proprietor, tingency not likely to arise, since Senasettle with In response to letters of inquiry the law I have to tax rouit be the SUte theI last of Noprominently when he asks Kentuckians paid before can settle. vember. The T. D. RANEY, Manager. tors seldom die and few resign. Thf to continue to wilt please come forward and honor him. According to New York World publishes answers from So the governor urgeB just what the Interior Branch Stores. governors and high officials of 10 of the pay promptly without further delay. Itcspcctfully, the Louisville Truth, which has been in1. II .111VI.A.M). Sheriff Lincoln Co Journal baa all the time that it is bet- vestigating bis record, tbe Senator has leading industrial States, twelve of which (8 Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, ter to support a democrat who is had passed only 13 bills, all of a personal including that of tbe lieutenant govright on all questions but one, and who nature and been absent at half of Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. the ernor of Ohio, state that the return of has heretofore done valiant service for roll calls during the last four sessions of prosperity under the Wilson bill is very Ai his party, than to aid by vote or sulks Congress. For this magnificent service marked. Only four tako gloomy views I will Guardian of Maurice Carpenter and others, rent on of a ticket whose princiin the election he has been paid tho pitiful sum of 155, of tbe conditions and they are calamity 28, 1895, ples represent everything antagonistic republican 000. It was worth that much to pull Bill howlers from to democratic beliefs and whose advance- Chandler's ear and a grateful people can States. There has been a wonderful im At Hutonvillc, Ky , a Faro- of aj Acrci, twentv ment would be a menace to good gov- never payjthe debt of love they owe tbb provement in the times, so evident that acres for wheat, balance In Kr" Hustcnvillc. 5) J.T. KOSE, Full course in Literary Department. ernment. If the defeat of Gen. Hardin cave of winds for his mighty ser- the wayfaring man, though he be tbe might be some roaring affected him alone, there ram. Five Months with Board, &c, for $S5, $90, $95, according to grade. vice. It would be cheaper, however, to biggest of fool protectionists, can not fail Public Sale of a Fins excuse for teaching him a lesson, bnt as pay him to stay at home and send a man to see it. it would affect the whole ptrty and be in his Btead, whose statesmanship rises J. M. HUBBARD, President, Situated in Lincoln county, Ky , about 8 mllet Sous people hare a peculiar idea of tbe South eattcf Danville andsam illiunce from against the interests of tho State besideet above tbe ear pulling order. McCreary City, contain, Gallatin, Tennessee. there is no other alternative but for a has done more in Congress than Black- fitness of things. For instance John and Stanford and z! mile afrom Shelby of cultivation. Howard Female College, log about 33$ acres, in high tiate n Levi Hubble farm and It the well knot. James Hancock thought that it was an Thitof the belt watered Farms in K entucky havgood democrat to go to work to secure one burn could do in a life time. Send him the election of the whole ticket. So let's to tbe rear and put our Congressman on fait to jump upon tho table at a wedding ing eight never (ailing spring ami Knob IJck entire place. The resreceotion in Green county and cut the Creek running througn theall necessaiy outbuild np and at 'em, laying aside all differen- guard. idence contains 10 rooms, pigeon wing. The host, Jacob Hartilold ingt and numerout large and small barm Fencing looking only to the good of the ces and in Sknatoh Tillman's brother, George, and his eon. the groom, didn't take to all)?alegood repair. will take place at Danville, Ky., at I o'clk State and the welfare of the party which The Place to Buy denounced his attack on Senator Butler the idea, however, and instead of comhaa always stood for the rights of the as cowardly, unmanly aud without ex- mending tho young men, they opened Monday, October 21, 1895 masses against the classes and centralicuse, especially Bince Ben had profited Are on them and ahot them bo severely County court day. Terini liberal and to tuit tho zation of power. Kor further particulars apply to Mrs by Butler's defeat. Senator Irby and that they did the best thing they ever purchaser M. J. Hubble, Danville, Ky. or GEO. S SHKLUV helby City. Ky. We sell at the Cheapest Price. That we are passing away like a long otbeis took a hand and it was long before did for the country, laid over and died. jS Summer day, or getting into more lucra- tho wrinkles were smoothed out of war's tive jobs, is shown in the fact that tbe front. Tho scene occurred in the South The populist campaign committee ! Hopkinsville Kentuckian can recall but Carolina constitution convention at Co- challenged Hardin for a joint debate, but four members (who attended the last lumbia and whb occasioned by George Chairman Norman advised it to first take I will offer at public outcry to the highest and By an Experienced Pharmacist. best bidder, without reserve, on meeting ol the Kentucky Press Associa- Tillman proposing to name a new county up the matter of a joint debate with tion there in 1878 who will be with tne for Butler. Ben carried the day, how- Bradley, which he was so willing at first Oct. 1895, hoys next week at the same place: J. G. ever, and his motion to name the county to give, and when tbe consent of tho re At my residence iV, miles west of Huttonville, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Craddock, J. W. Hopper, E. G. Logan Saluda was adopted SO to 54. The new publican committee is given to it, ho Lincoln county, as tbe 11a. ley farm, the and the writei. Wo dislike to be classed crop of statesmen in the Palmetto State will then consider tho Jrhallenge. It is following personal property: with these old fellows, especially Bince are parodies on the old and must go from dollars to doughnuts that Bradley will Six llrood Mares, 3 aged work Horses, threetwo Hottt, four a year olds, 1 yearlings, WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF we saw Brer. Logan looking through bad to worse with such creatures as Ben not debate with Pettit and it is almost as weanlings, ajjed work Mule, one a year old horse Horse Mule., Mule, Two splendid spectacles last week and Brer. Hopper Tillman in tbe saddle, booted and spur- sure that Hardin will not waste time on 6 yearling Mules, 2 weanlings, 6 fine Jacki, yearling , one 7 years old, one 3, one 4, two 3 am holding bis,paper Ht arm's length to read red by an ambition to rule or ruin. him. five Jenneta, 4 to 7 years old, thoroughbred Stal ! stripper Cow, six lion, 3 Milk Cows and Calves, it. Speaking of the Association reminds Yearling Heifers, 1 weanling Calves, s Miorthoru Boss Platt had nearly everything bis LOCAL of its existence ADDITIONAL us that the best program liull, yearling, 7s stock Hogs, 15 stacks nf Hay, t stack of Sheaf (Jala. 300 bushels of Shelled Cats, Chamber Suits, Curtain Poles, Centre Tables, has been arranged for the K. P A. at own way in the New York republican Veranda Settei, Wagon, ono 100 bushels of Staiitlikg. Two furnished rooms for Wood Hinder, but, two ahorseMower. Hake, Folding Heds, Extension llrackcU, Cutting Tables, Japanese Pertleri, Disc Harrow, Hopkinsville next week, to be followed convention. His ticket was nominated llaby Carriages, rent, with or without board. Mrs. Kate l'loua, Cultivator and other Farming Implements. HIdeloares, Music Cabinets, Church Furniture, by a trip to the Atlanta Exposition in and Gov. Morton was endorsed for the Terms. Three montha without interest on all Wardrobes, Carpets, Mirr.rs, Hall Furniture, presidency. The only set back he re- Dudderar. sums oyer S10; that amount and under, caah. Ne- Hall a special train of PulImanB tendered free Trees, OilCloth, Couches, gotiable note, payable at the National Ifank of Jail Furniture, TnK morcury baa been up in the 90s Hustonville, will be required before property is Chairs, L. & X., ceived was in bis plan to dodge tbe liqHugs, of charge by the officials of the I'ldtures and Easels, Hank furniture, SAMUEL REM). removed. Hook Cases, .Mraw.Msttlnjrs, Wall Paper. Carpet Paper, who always do the presd gang very uor question, but Senator Miller sprung during tbe day and about tbe same at T. I). English, Auctioneer. j3 Dining Tablet, Express Wagons, Window Shades. it and after a vigorous speech his amend night lor nearly a week. Tbe heat is proud. ment was adopted, declaring that "we terrific. Good Lord have mercy upon Public Sato After Judge Holt bad finished intro- fayor the maintenance of Sunday laws in us. ducing Col. Bradley to the Frankfort au the interest of labor and morality." The LAND, STOCK & CROP. A jury was obtained at Danville after dience, Judge Sneed got up and said that platform endorses a sound and stable Undertakers and Furniture Dealers. Stanford, Ky. Judge Holt had neglected to call atten- currency and does tho usual amount of much effort in the case of Marshal Frank Having determined to go West, I will, on Ellis for killing Cage Rowsey at Junction tion to the colonel's unswerving friend- denouncing democratic doings. great Bervice to SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. 1895 ship for Frankfort, and the City and two days Wave been devoted he bad been to tbe city in its fight to Tub republicans of Barren have pitted the testimony. Tho arguments will Sell to the highest and best bi'det our home of good, land containing keep the capital. This little sally bad a Judge Oarr againBt Jim Richardson for commence this morning. Ellis' other Acres, well watered, good orchard and about 03 all ncces. happy effect and is a pretty good story the Legislature. Carr is the man old case for killing young Murphy is set for sary outbuildings, on good pike six milea from Stanford, i mile Turnersvilln, i mile from till another is told. The Capital news- Frank Wolford beat bo badly for Con- Monday and the damage suit of J. A, school house andfrom and a miles from C. S. cburch colo- gress and from what we hear Jim is go- Hammonds vs. G. P. Bright for Tuesday. K. R. depot paper explains the reason of the We will also aell 3 horse FALL STOCK, fancy harness mare, 7 milk mule, nel's friendship. He got $300 for it, paid ing to do him even worse in this race. warmest weather of the season cowa and calves, 6 yearling itesra, 3 heifers, 3 Tub him by the citizen's committee to change Most candidates have to run like hades vegetation, dry up feeders weighing about 1.000 lbs., 13 or ao acres several republican votes that helped for the office thoy want, but Jim will ride continues to parchlife unpleasant. Com- growing corn, also farming implements, household and kitchen furniture. and make Tkrms. Land will be sold cash in hand win the figbt for Frankfort. Having paid into his on a Carr, and with a pass in his streams ing aa late as it does, after a most ener- and balance In one and two years, with interest at him all he charged, the Capital very nat- pocket at that. por cent. Personal property, Ss and under cash vating Summer, the run down systems 3 hand; over that amount a credit with good note in urally thinks tho city doesn't owe him All Colors- Susan B. Anthony fainted the other areBUCCumblng to the heat and much until Jan. 1, '96, without interest. Soft and Stiffs. his friendship and be day when a camera was m t. anu 1. l.. uuuuu. anything for fired at her, sickness is resulting. The signal service, L'urncrtville, Ky. H.T. Hush, Auctioneer. mustn't claim votes after having been thereby showing that a woman never however, casta a ray of hope, when it paid so much money. gets ao old and tough that she doesn't says there will probably be showers toexperience great concern when she sits day and cooler by Saturday morning. Thk president 1b peculiarly persistent. to have har "picture took." : : I by the Senate, which Though rejected mi make another nomination, bought of Dan Holman forced him to J. L. Yantis Thk prohibitionists are not making Sixty-Acr- e Farm Near Stanford. cattle at 3Jc. Mr. Cleveland will again appoint Mug- heavy Btridea in Chicago. The number a bunch of There is one ice cream manufacturer Will be sold at public auction without reserve wump Hornblowor, of Nuw York, this of saloons there have increased 500 in a time to fill the vacancy occasioned by yoar and still they come. The city is a in New York who usea 20,000 tonB of ice On 2X, LANCASTER, KY., the death of Judge Jackson. Senator veritable modern Sodam and Gomorrah. a year in bis business. At rejection before, killed seven jenneta on 1 o'clock In the alterncon, at dwelling house Has now on hand Weather-BoardinA freight train Hill, who caused the Ceiling, Flooring and all kinds the premises. Situated near Stanford and LanTub republicans of the 29th havo pit- near Lovelaceville, in Ballard county caster pike, on DIx Kiver, fertile and In a high of Dressed Lumber. will not oppose him now, since hla anCan furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. state ol cultivation, Haa on ltacomlortable dwell, B injj house, good barn and all othcrnecessary out-- ! cient enemy shied hia castor fn the ring ted John Beuuett, of Richmond, against They were valued at4750. Gen. A. J. Warner proposes to put buildings, fine orchard aud many kinds of amal Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow during tho last canva33 in New York Col. John D. Goodloo for tho Senate, but fruits and bernes. Plenty of good water. In a and blew his horn for Hill and the rest rich aa he is Mr. Bennett wont be able out another ticket for president and vice Terma neighborhood, nesr church and aachcol. Poplar, we are prepared to meet competition from all points on cash.balancc In land years. to buy a seat in the next Legislature. president. Sibley doesn't seem to suit. J 50 of the State ticket. M. SPEED PEYTON. cash orders. 1 iastic. The Louisville Times felicitates itself that it pointed the way and led the somewhat reluctant procession along the only line where safety lay. Brer Logan should not arrogate too much to himself. The Interior Journal is somewhat of a pointer itself and just a month ago, immediately after Gen. Hardin's disappointing Louisville speech, made the sumo suggestion that the Times did a week or two later and which Senator Lindsay, Gov. Buckner and the Courier-Journ- al have now bo ably elucidated. We are glad to have such noble coadjutors, but we do not propose that these lerentb-hou- r fellows shall come in and claim full pay with us who havo borne the heat and burden of the day. We never could see the justice of such arrangement, even if tho Bible does record an instance of the kind, with apparent commendation. Owing to the delay in adjuaing tho wires, It was 5 o'clock Wednesday before President Cleveland touched the button aud the machinery In the Atlanta Exposition did the rest. Tne ceremonies attending the oponlng of the South'e great show were as extensive as they were olaborato, the wholo population of the Gato City apparently turning out to give eclat to the occasion. Tho arrange ment is very much after the order of tho World's Fair, In many respects exceeding that great aggregation of the products of mind and matter. Tho Midway l'laisance is on equal scale with it, with mduy of the objectionable features removed to give place to new attractions. Thn undertaking is a notable success and from now till the last day of tho year Atlanta will bo the Mecca of millions of sight seers. CHURCH AFFAIRS. The Advocate sayB there were 45 additions to the Southern Methodist church at Danvillo during the year. Elder J. 8. Sweeney's subject nexl Sunday night will bo "Women, Bicycles and Bloomers." Paris Kentuckian. Yesterday was the Jewish Now Year and tho 5,050th elnco tho creation of tho world according to the.r calculation. Tho meeting at Salem, Harrison county, conducted, by Elder J. W. Harding, has had 18 additions, and large au diences. Bishop A. G. Haygood is presiding over the Conference in session at Winchester, with the truest attendance in its history. The reply of a Detroit pnstor to the remark thRt "the devil never takfs a vacation" was that he didn't propose to imitate the devil. Tho Georgetown Times says that Elder I. J. Spencer's meeting at the Christian church there has reeulted in 50 conversions and the interest increase?. The pastor of a church at Hockfoid, 111., had a premonition that tho building would be struck by lightning, so ho hustled his congregation out, just in time to eecapu the current. Four tarried and were severely burned. His Stanford friends, and their name is legion, will bo delighted to know that Rev. W. E. Ellis has accepted h unanimous call to tho largest Christian church in Memphis and will take charge Oct. 1. His Biliary will be more than twice the amount doled out to him here, with thrown in. par-sona- Of Merest to Yoa. Read and Profit Thereby. i New Goods at the Louisville Store As well as the Lowest Prices. Fall and Winter Stock. ftf, insubo-dina-ti- on Napkins 50c A Dozen. i Tax-Paycr- THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, K Public Renting. - - rock-ribbe- d Saturday. Sept. Educate Your Daughters. i t l Blue-Gras- s McRoberts' Drug Store Compounded I SCHOOL BOOKS & TOIlETARTICLES Public Sale. 5th, Prescriptions Carefully Saturday, "W. B. M'ROBERI'S, kn-w- .. 1 Three-year-ol- d f. 1 1 1 FURN ITURE "WITHERS & HOOKER 1 of 1 seven-year-ol- d 1 one-ha- ll Latest : Style : Shapes, -- A Croat Bargain m PTXBCjJ3XE. Saturday, Sept. H. : J. : M'ROBERTS. g, 800-pou- The Noel Planing Mill Co. '95, first-clas- s One-thir- d w4 fli., ,nim4m&mi'?JMmmltJmtmiVm ki3HsV fa HI stll sll -M f ,. Interior Journal 3TANFOHD. Boys' Fall Clothing at Shanks'. -- Fink perfumea at Oralg & Uockor'fl.B Cottage Btroet. for rent on lower Main Harvey Helm. Go to Jesso D. Wearen for firo insurance, he has the best of companies. " - J Why buy Old Stock when you can get for the same money K7., SniTEMHEK 20, 1896 E. C. Walton, Business Manager j-- - ,t Tin best stock o( tablets, school books, pens, inka, pencils, and school supplies In town. Ootne in and prices will prove it. Penny's DrtiB Store. PERSONAL POINTS. Mhs. Qkoiuik A. Pkyton Is quite ill. Miw.O. A. Moohk went to Louisville yesterday. Mtis Liccik Bsazlky is visiting rela tives in Garrard. Hon. Breckinkidob Josks, of St. Louis, is here on h tmsinrss visit. Mng. Jok F. NVatkiis and children are visiting Mrs. U. T. Helm at Danville. Misa Mollik WmoiiT, of Hustonvllle, is visiting her sister, Mrs. l W. Green. Mr. Joijm F. Moons, of Casey, is viB- iling hor daughter, Mrs. KJ Wilkinson. Miss Raciikl. Allison went over to Lexington Tuesday and returned yestor-day. w Misses Mollik Dauuuihtv and Lula Allen returned from Louisville yesterday. Mr. L. K. Farias, of Lexington, U here to seo his wife, who continues very sick. Mr. L. C. Powjcll, of Jacksonville, Mo., !b visiting his many relatives in the West Knd. Mrs. Ki Oartkr, who has been visit ing her brother in returned yesterday. Mies Mahv Saum)kks attended the lumiago of Miss Nannie Kennedy at Mt. Vernon. Mkhimmka Sl'iun Wakhxn and Mary Diviea went to Perryvillo Wednesday to visit Mrs. Prewitt. Jailer Brown, of Casey, placed in jail Thieves relieved tho bin of Dr. Joseph Tuesday, Bill Vandeveer, who was tried Ballon, which is only 150 feet from his A Hocker's. at Liberty for stealing money from Mat- residence, of 10 bushels of wheat a few A car load of fresti fertilizer at Hig. thew Wilkinson and held over till cir- nights ago. gins & McKiuuey. cuit court. Little pEneoNALa. Born to the wifo Wk guarantee every article we sell. Killing. Mr. II. W. Caldwell, who of Joel T. Embry a boy, their second. Danks, the Jeweler. was here yesterday from Waynesburu, Ed Wilkinson haa a little girl at bis tells us that Si Estes shot and killed bouse. All parties aro doing nicely. Craki it Hockkii handle the cheapest young Singleton at John Green Oaks' in and beat line of paints on the market. tho edgo of Pulaski and at his trial wbb The republicans will meet hero at 2 r. 21st, to nominate candi-date- s Don't buy old stock. Get new goods held without bail. Thorn hal been no m., previous trouble and Eatea, who was for the Legislature and school sufor tho samo money. Danks, the Jewdrunk, shot bis victim, as he afterwards perintendent. Mr. B. B. King will bo eler. said, just to seo him fall. It is hoped ' named for the former and Mips Kate Don't miBS our great Jewelry sale. No ho will bo soon to fall a ' Blain for tho latter. such prices linvo ever been quoted hero. that platform with a rope around his neck. G. L. Penny, exor. The Colored Teachers' Institute conSued the Marshal. Tho other night ducted by Prof. O. O. Monroe, an unusu WKhavojuat received 160 ounces of while he wna nursing hia aick boy, Mar- ally intelligent man, is proving of great solid silver spoons. Do you want any ? shal O. J. Newland was disturbed by benefit to the members, all of whom Da like, the Jeweler. noise made by a negro named Will King take part in tho discussions, which are . alias Bud Shores. He hallooed to him to of an elevating nature. Would you have the prettiest and The music, cheapest black dresa you ever bought? desist whon tho negro cursed him. The which forms a considerable part of the next day Mr. Newland arrested tho man program, is the best that has been heard Gome to us. Hughod & Tate. and was taking him to jail, when the offi in Stanford for a long time and many Oun new Fall stock has arrived and cor said something about his cursing white people aro attracted to the courtfor style, quantity and quality it ia un- him last night. The negro replied that house to hear it. Dr. W. D. Tardifi pre excelled. Danks, the Jeweler. he would do it again and gavo Newland sides at the organ and ia himself a very some moro "sasa." Thereupon he club- fine vocalist, while Misa Lutilla Giv Plkabk don't ask ua to credit you for coal. It grlovea us to refuse you. Pay bed him several times, for which beating en's alto ia pronounced as almost percash and get it cheap. R. R. Noel & and bruising the negro haa brought suit fect. The teacbera all look well, dreea against Newland for $1,000 damages, the well and more than discount their white Son. case to be called at the October court. brethren and sistera of the name calling. La Di is, gentlemen and boys Macintoshes are now ou hand at Shanka. They are cheap, they nru atylish, they are SriCTACLKs fitted to any eye Rt Craig m ... BRIGHT, NEW GOODS? Our new Fall stock has arrived. You can't help but buy if you come and sec. also-throug- h DANKS, The Jeweler. .. m m m 3P,oizr3rjr3 A Sewing Machine for with S JLOirst,37SS years guarantee. It has,no equal. W. H. WEAREN & CO A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in good. . m m A coMi'LKrB line of up u ery juat received and openod. tee mo over James Frye'a store. S. Logan, Hustonville. millinCall and Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, Mac . , ' s ArrKit being nominally dry for years, a voto wrb taken at Corbin Tuesday oa to whether she should remain so. By a majority of 15, after a hotly contested fight, it was decided that she should. Editor Cheauut, who worked Pout. Miss Jcssik Tiumiilr, of the etall of tho in season and out to accomplish tho reEvoulng Press of Chattanooga, is visit sult, ia aa happy as a big eunilower. ing the daughters of Dr. Edward Alcorn Tuk second section of freight train at Hustonville and paid our town a 32, Capt. Cook and Englnoor E. G. Walpleasant visit Wednesday, with the doc ler, broke a wheel near North Fork at tor and MIbs Lucy Alcorn. 1: 15 a. M. Wednesday and overturned six Dr. L. R. Yates, who leftt bore IS cars of coal, two of lumber and ono of years ago to seek a fortune in the West, bark, breaking them up and scattering arrived yesterday on his first vialt in all their contents. The track waa obstructthat time. He has dono well financially ed for eight houra delaying all trains. and time has dealt bo gently with him Blind For along time, Mr. Silas Antaat his old friends Beo but littlo change in his appearance, ho being still as fat hb derson has sufiered with hia eyes, till a match. ono of them bad nearly lost the sight. Tuk business manager had tho honor Tho other night ho retired with both of n t Adlai K. of meeting them hurting him and when ho attempt train the other day aa ed to get up next morning ho found himon the Ho self etono blind. He continuea ao and . he was en route to Chickamauga. is a splendid epocimon of Amorican tho doctors say tho sight is gone for manhood and all who were introduced good. Tho old man baa been a hosa in to him werechnrmed with his aliability hia day and hia friouda regret to see hia and good humor. declining yeara marred by tho terrible Mns. Mahy J. Millkr aud Mra. W. visitation. M. Lackey left yesterday, tho former to A. P. A. W. E. Anion, who baa been visit Mrs. W. R. Manler in Nashvillo and to Hpend a few weeks with her several months tryiug to raiso enough tho lattor to form an A. P. A. Council eon, 8. E. Lackey, at Gallatin. Theso members here, eucceeded Tuesday night in corslaters are over 70 yeara of age, but aro remarkably well preserved, and contlnuo ralling enough of them to organize to enjoy life aa much as the moat of ua. and elect otlicers, whose names we could not get, even had wo desired CITY AND VICINITY. to print them. There doesn't seem to be any necessity for this poCall at E. J. Foley's for fresh oysters, litical organization in this country and it California fruits and fine candies. will go tho way of and money by dealing with kindred concerns, even quicker than v. You can eave ' they did. Crflig & Hocker, cash druggists. 11 Vice-Presiden- Mr. It. II. Potts, of the Gilberts Creek section, is spending the- week at his old homo in Somerset. Mrs. 11. G. Cook, who hss been visit ing her mother, Mrs. A. li. McKinney, returned to Jelllco Tuesday. Mrs. Susan Uiiadley, of Mexico, Mo., is making hor first visit to her son, Mr. T. A. Uradloy, of Boyle, in 17 years. An exchange says that Mrs. Hose Pat rick, (nee Richards) at Jackson, has a cucumber vine with 02 cucumbers on ItMr. and Mrs. O. II. Pains and chil dren, there are two of the latter now, arrived last night on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tate. Miss Cxttik Thurmond is doing a good business with her books, A Bible Story, Mtry Harland's Home of the Bible and Silver and Gold, Mr. anii Mrs. W. II. Wxarkn, Mr. and Mrs. K. 0. Walton and J. D.Wcaren attended the K. P. Grand Lodtte meeting at Somerset. Missis Mattik and CATiixniNK of Hustonville, left Tuesdar for Oxford, O,, where they will enter tho Western Seminary. That lovely little blonde, Mies Mny Adams, was on Wednesday'! train returning to Louisville from attendance on wedding. the Mr. L. J. Huniii.x, after an absence of 31 years in Illinois, paid his brother, M. J. Hubble, a short visit this week, returning from his old tramping ground in Pulaski county. Mrs. John R. JIhaoo, of Mtetouri, who csme to visit Mrs. Klizabeth Higgles, war. called homo by a message stating that her father, who is 87, and her bus band, are sick. Musks Anna Fry it, of Pittsburg, Pa., Annie Jones, of Pinu Grove, and Marr VanAredale, of llarrodsbur, were guesta of their schoolmate, Mrs. W. M. Bright, this week. Mr. W. P. Walton and Mrs. Walton will bo at tho Press meeting. That is good newB. It wouldn't be n gathering of quill drivers without Walton, Jack Collier and Bob MorniDgstar. Louisville Al-C3tt- A new lino of Fall dresn goods has just been received nt Shanka. Call in and see the different stylea and obtain prices MlSHkH JliANIR AM) MARY COOI'KR FK- - which can not be heat. LA.vn have rftnrued from Louiavillo and Would you have the beat aud cheap Paducah respectively. eat Fall and Winter suit, either ready Mr. II. K. Millward, of the Millward mudu or made to order, you ever had ? Music Co., Lexington, was the guest of Como to us. Hughes A Tate. Mr. P. il. Idol this week. EDUCATION MAKES MAN INDEPENDENT. Being dependent upon you to call upon us to sec our line we lack that cducarion of ascertaining your wants. Our line of FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. Pointed Facts. 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 examine before buying. Our black and colored silks and velvets for waists and sleeves are not surpassed in any inland town and we obligate ourselves to make prices as low if not lower than other houses- s All persons having claims agalns Lincoln county must file same on before Sept. 21, 1895, as no claims can be filed after that date. Jamen F. Cummins, Clerk. Git a pair ol Zieuler shoes. They are tho cheapest because they wear the long est, because they are the most comfortable, because they are the moat ptylish. They are sold only at Shanks'. Boys If you want a Fall suit rememrer that you can have one ordered at Shanks and get it in SO hours and that a week ia more time than wo want. Ask those who have ordered suits from us and see it " this Is not true. MMM!BI iroirs9 .AND. DO NOT LEAVE HOME To buy goods that you can buy at home to a better advantage and atlowerprices. Every department of our stock is in good shape and we are adding to it constantly, expecting a big Fall trade. We have-beeand will continud to be the leaders in men's clothing, either in. ready made or made to order goods. Our clothing is the best material, the best trimmed, the best made and best fitting goods ii this maiket. This you will find on comparison and we chalienge competition. There will be a big advance in shoes this Fall, as hides have advanced from 200 to 300 per cent, so you had better buy early and don't fail to examine our stock before buying. n N, Willis Kinley, a Junction City key, was fined 25 and given 10 days in jail by Judge Daviaon Wednesday for carrying concealed weapons. Ho was arrested at the colored picnic at Mil ledgeville by Constable Benedict. ... Stanford Is to have chin music from two and possibly more of tho republican candidates. 11. S. Irwin, caudidato for railroad commissioner, will apeak here, to Oct. 10, at i. m aud W, S. Taylor, for attorney general, Oct. 3. dar12 can-dida- Children's Wearing Apparel Is the best, most stylish and at the lowest prices the Eastern market affords. Hooker-Kenne- dy Dr. Bended, the painless denliot, will extract teeth free of charge each day of his stay here next week between tho hours of 8:30 aud l.30 A. m. Ho also fills teeth without pain aud crowns them without pain. Heu ad. on first page and wait for him. Mr. G. B Cooi'er has been appointed by Chairman Norman to bn chairman of the campaign committee for this county. It will bo his duty to appoint and hustle the boya out right and left and we know of no ono more competent to do so. Hats Furnishing Goods, Especially Neckwear, Are the best for the price. All we ask is to examine our line before making your purchases. HUGHES & TATE. AT COST FOR CASH -- The entire stock of- - WATCHES, G. L. : CLOCKS, Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Plated Wares and Novelties Owned by the late A. R. Penny. The goods are new, of standard quality and may be depended upon. You have never had an opportunity equal to this. Do not let it escape you. ., PENNY, Exor. A SURE CURE For every financial ill is what people want. We believe we have NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS The remedy. AND DISCOVERED is the spot cash plan of doing business, both buying; and selling, If you arc debating in your mind where you should buy your Fall and Winter goods, come let us show you through our stock It Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. and prices FOR We realized some time ago that the supply will not equal the Stov-enBo- The Globe Strictly One-Pri- ce CONSUMPTION, So we bought early and at the right prices. Look at our dress goods. We have Serges to suit all prices, lower than ever, Mohairs, Fancies and Boucles. SEVERANCE & SON. CLOTHING HOUSE, J. L. FROHMAN & CO., oath-boun- d Danville, - - Kentucky. la kecoiving His know-nothinglB- tn SPRING : AND : SUMMER : GOODS. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guarantee! Give me call. I . BrrMeBftvrKeYrAtasatWefcAtl L. t ninmi.iw mintmmmmmiu l...M ,..1yt AAttHHid rwniMinimn;n ..j.nmu. j...... , ,- -. -- rT iiM),i nimmn r 1MII i , i. i.r n.i , i hiihh.hiii asHkM- Semi-Weekly J, M. Durham bad nn attack era morbus Thursday. N. P. Keenoy Published Every Tuesday and Friday and George R. Jeter attended tourt at AT Danville last week. Bupt. P. II. Taylor 2 FBR YKAR I?f VIDVJVNCai ia visiting the districts. Mr. El ma Jones, IV When not to paid 92.60 will be charged." who left here some two years ago and went to Missouri, took advantage of tho K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. G. A. It. cheap rates and is now enjoyTrains leave SUnfoiu .17:15 a. m nd 3 p. m. ing a visit to relatives and friends here. m- - an'' 9'arriving a 4: 3 - m Uarve McAnincb, Jr., accompanied him. L. &'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. They will return about Oct. 1. Mr. Win. visited hia sisMo. 4, Train going North.., 11 i;p m Roberts, of South Fork, ' m ter, Mrs. Annie Knaaell, recently. No, t6. ' 3 3 It " South . No. n, u 04 p m was No.-- ?, " " the first time they had Been each 15 p tn other for 20 years, though they lived all QUEEN & CRESCENT. that time only about 15 miles apart. He Traini pais Junction City as follows: is a very interesting man to talk to, and No. t South 11.48 a m No a North -- 3 P" 13.15 am 4 3 " ...1.35 p m oue of tho leading citizens of his section. it S " it 35 a ni " 6 ...3.15 a m g 8 40 pm "10 " " ...0.00 a m He held tho oflico of justice of tho peace Nos. x and 6 and o and 10 run no fur- - for a number of years and is Baid to Notk. tber than Junction City, nor on Sunday. have been a most faithful and f illcient of cholP- - Interior Journa MIDDLEBURG, CASEY COUNTY. VV. N. Craig, M. D. J. VV. Hocker. CRAB ORCHARD. DB, W. B. PEinrsr, P- . 1 1 officer. ROYAl is progressing finely and great interest is being manifested. Rev. T. H. Campbell is a noble preacher. His preaching is able, earnest and very forcible. Bro. Taylor, the pastor, is working with his might for the euccess of tho meeting and the membership is being warmed up as it never was before. The sisters aro prayer-meetin- The meeting at the Baptist church ANCHOR STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, -- each afternoon holding different houses in town, while the at brethren meet at the church to pray and thero is also a prayer sorvice just before the regular service at night. The Methodist brethren and sisters seem much interested and are doing their part for the euccess of the meeting and I Absolutely the best of feeling prevails, Tho merchants havo kindly closed their doors A cream of tarter baking pow- each day during services and almost evder. Highest of all in leavening ery other obstacle has been removed. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle strength. Latest United States There have teen five additions to date, nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Government Food Report. Prices all right. The season is getting while a number who had been derelict our stock before buying. ia duty have gone forward and acknowl short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line KOYAL BAKING POWDER 00., edged te have done wrong. The meet- of Buggies and Surreys. 106 Wajl Street, New York. ing will probably continue through this A. G. Lanhan week. John B. Cattleman. W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. g POWDER Pure. Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, Au informal receptiou was tendeied the pupils, togethur with n number cf JtBtiSrfct . Ja.i tho other young pecplo of town, Including Bomo of the pupils nt Oollego home, Friday night by Prof. Ililchlo and sister. All seemed to enjoy tho occasion and : : Ky. went nway well pleaiod with the enterOflics on Main Sttcet, Opposite tlit tainment. We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet The Mt. Vernon H. B. aggregation, Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drug- which was to hnvo pl.iyod tho Crab Orgists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most chard nine Saturday, did not show up. Crab Orchard, Ky. liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your pre- Hut the spectators wore by no moans Meet all Trains, night and day. Patrons taken to any put of town Kice of Charge, scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and disappointed. A name wbh played by accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line the town boys and n nine from Prof. Good Livery Attached. Kara pf Hotel $t no per A.M. HAS TIN, Prop. Kitchiu'a school. It was nn exciting day of Spectacles. Craig & Mocker. aTOscar E Roch, Parmacist. game ami resulted in a score of 3 to 2 in W. S. Uurch. M. Newland. Deputy She illt; Altat Law. favor of tho former. Mr. John Carpenter, after an ab5& sence of nix vt'Arp, has returned from KarjH for visit to his sister, Mrs. Kd- AndConoral Collootors, miston. Mies Kavanaugh, of Manse, afStanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky ter n pleasant visit, returned homo Monday. MesarB. Joe and Will Brooks were We offer our tervicis to the public to do a gen iral Collecting llusfnest Accounts, uoles, etc out from Louisville Smithy visiting the collected in all parts ot the county. it 6 in The homefolka. Miss Biss Fay tin leaves for Bowling Green, where si 0 will enter a school of elocution. Mrr. lDoh.orn. Alice Newland Ib on an extended trip I will go to any place where there arc six or You are invifed to call and see them. North. Shu will visit Madison, Indian- rnoiK cattle tn i ehorn. I do the work with the Lightning Dehorurr Can dehorn any apolis and other points. Mrs. W. E. three seconds. The knile makes a clean, cow In smooth cut, dct snot crush nor break the horn, as the Perkins has returned from a visit to her clipper does. Ills the only humane way tods, father-in-laMrs. Ben Boyd ami sis- horn Does not punish the animal like the saw, well as quick again as ter, Mies Logan, left Saturday for Knox and the wound gets For further Information, that made by the saw. call O. A. I'KYTON, Stanford, Ky. vllle. Itev. Win. Aiulerrou, of Knox- - en See the I.lghtn'ng Pruning Hook. tot. ville, spent a fr?w days with home-folk- s Mr. Will Miller, our town is sick. Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of It to i A UouHohold Troaauro. Water, Light and Ke Company's Kactory CRAIG & HOCKER, - 8T&E3TOBP, KESTTUCKyo Dentist, Stanford, Post-Olfi- "the bastin uouse, n-6- i 1 -, Buroh. ITowlancl, 11 IN THE COUNTRV, FARRIS & HARDEN I to-da- y Your Cattla 1 f w. LOOK HERE mur-oha- l, ICE I k undoubtedly the iohb remedy; that he has uvhI it in his lainily for eight yttyi, and It has rcve failed to do all that Is claimivf for It. Why not try a rui.cdrv lone tried and tested. Tria battle Ire at A R. I'cnnv's Drug Store. Regu lar lire see and (i oo tx-- I). W Fuller, ol Canajohane. N, Y., lays that h always keeys Dr. King's New Ditcovtty In the house and hi. family wohW not be without it, If procurable, (J A Dykrinan Druggiit, Catskill, N. Y , lavs that Or. Kind's New Discovery is At .jo Cents Per Hundred Pounds And oier and.Hc a pound for 10 pound and up to loo. Hilli due utef each month K. IIRKMEK, tisnl.rd TO THE 1.AD2E3 My Mtlllmry Sio-aad eiamine and Spring Hat. ! B. E.. WBARE1T. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. JAMES FRYE. aseraf.ee Company The Hustonville Merchant Buying to Sell Cheaper than Ever. . Goods Please announce through the Interior Journal that BARBEE&OASTLEMAJN this is the most successful trip I MANAGERS, ever made to any city to buy Commerce Building, Louisville goods. Recently I bought dry goods at less than half price a Aeents throughout the South Specker Bros.' great sale. Now W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, comes the failure and sale of Albert Goldsmith & Co., which ex, STANFORD, KY. cels all sales ever made in CincinrUKSUAV. OCT. I. Kentucky's Futurity men's, youths', boys' and $, nati, of S The Ictincstec, t ti pacers THK HKRD OK 4.cm STABSTFOKD j.17 trottiHg suits, pants and overl.ose children's WKIJN'IISDAY.UCT 9. I have bought a big pile Duroc Jersey Red Swine -:- ....... paeteg Jf.MO College, coats. and at prices that will The Witi, i:k, truiicrs of them S.CoO ..... .y Class, trotting ,00 R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, tickle the rich and the poor alike. Stanford, ICy. THURSDAY, OCT. is. latest styles and fabare ... . Transylvania $. sea Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Tke Class. Pacini: UTallSessicm Opens Sept. 3 They everythe ......... I, i 16 CUsi, garment made for this fcyQlSs5inWTC9rgTPjaflgti rics, a i joo lruiung... i89S. trade. I not onFRIDAY, OCT. 11. Plji lor sale from the best types of Register Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- Fall and Winter ... futurity, Sm ments. ly have bargains in one line, but Stock. breeders secured irom tno bt herds in several different States. Correspondence Solicited The ('last, pacing car olds ceo j it Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot a 14 Clm, trotting ...... I,,00a in every line. I have the most Study. Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. SATURDAY, OCT. is. Best teachers employed, each a specialist in her elegant line of gents' furnishing Tbe Pacing Futurity, IMS" own Department. in Hustonville. a. 18 Clan, trotting 1,0 o Boarding pupils under the direct supervision of goods ever shown a so Cllsi, trotting ... Jo teachers. Every one knows that a merMONDAY, OCT I4. For further Information, address WILLIAM SUKLTON. President. Free for all, trolling chant must make sufficient profit $,teo STANFORD, KENTUCKY, ........ The Kentucky j.year-old- s f,no on his goods to pay all expenses I O a:c6 Class, pacing E. Wccllaos TU EMMY, OCT. tj. and his living besides. & The Stallion Representative, tl.eoo Attorney at Law, My expenses are very small. a 16 Class, trotting i.eoo oo pacing own the Ttan:ord, - - Kentucky. No1st. I to pay. house I live in. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Rcpairin WKD.SKSDA Y.OCT. 16. rent The Johniton, 14 trotters done in first class styie. Ji.eoo Will act as Executor,Admiuistrator and Assign-e- a s 11 Class, Uniting I.PuO 2d. I own the house I sell goods 500 Special attuntlon 'given to Settlement! of in. io rent to pay. Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. 3 J Class, trotting Horse THURSDAY OCT. 17, as Attorney and Sale and Division of The Lexington, 3d. I do my own work. No n ants' Lands. I'.mo I, Coo Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic a 13 Can, pacing Office on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. F. McCIa big clerk hire to pay. trotting it Class, 90 7s office. big Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. FRIDAY. OCT. 18. 4th. I pay cash and get the ... The Wilion, 1 'as pacers i 1,000 discount. The i.otra E. KIELEY. ER SXFERIESCED P&IETER. The Ashland, yearlings, trolling BR. a,coo trotters 2.19 5 th. I watch the market and by Liberates Military llnnd.-HHas charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trhl. get the big bargains. Successors to J. U. Higgins, Dealers in inclination-y- es, Escuriion rates from a'l sections One iare from 6th. I have the points in Kentucky. lintry liston application. the determination, to lead in KD A TIPTON. Sec'y 5C of Coal, &U prices, style and quality, and I TT DC I will take all the hides I can get Stanford, Kv. will lead or quit the business. U H L f UiJ. lor cam or In trade lor leather on Cltirt uTi St Manloruor at my home in Otten- respectfully, Most We will continue the coal business at Mr Hlg htlm. Chas. Knnslin, 1 anner nins' old st.nd and will hae on hand at all times James Frye. very best coal whlcn we will deliver promptly. tho Palace Hotel, Cincinnati, Sep. 17 E. C. Walton, Business Manager. PIANO Sand ORGANS I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and on easy monthly payments, or'any other terms to suit the purchaser best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line of goods as can be found any where in the land. Kentucky's GreatTrots. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. $77,250 in Stakes and Parcss. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue Loxincton, Octobor 8 to 10. teaching as before. Address V.J Clifford, New Catl, Wis , was troubled and Rheumatism; his stomach ai ditordcrrd. his liver wu alfected ta an alarming decree, appetite fell aay and h waa terribly reduced in flesh ud strength, Threo tollies el Klcctric llittrrs cured him. Kdward Shepherd, llarnsburtf, Illin runumg sere on bis leg of eight years' stand ing I xxt three bottles of Kleitnc Hitters bosct of lluckleu'i Arnica Salve and hd let; is sound and wrll' John Speaker, CaUwbis O , had five large fever swes on im lee, doctors said he was insurable One hultle ol l.lectru rlc llitieri and one bo llurklen's Artii.a Salve cured him entirely Sold by A K Penny, druggist S. 11 Specimen Canon. with Nuralj;i )u is fill ml onplste Call Lew will. In) sutc to buy MISS LICCIC IICAZLKY, Stanford, Kt an-set- A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, ai ) Stanford, Ky. OlTKtoter McRoberts' Drue Store In the Owsley . iiMituing. THE RILEY V. U. UILBY, HOUSE Kontucky. d. Proprlotor, London, 7f W. B. - - - P. H. IDOL. Stanford Ky. IlLUE-GUAS- I hate moved 10 my new Hotel and ara brtlss srepared than ever to accommodate the putlic, Uood Livery attached, aad evary coovesicac. nrsd. (Jive me a call. fKANK RII.EV, MANii.1- - jtNKI. I ' JTHII, Female Free-for-al- l; . JOITSS BROS., proprietors Dean's lllack Dtsavoad Rso I ami Kstimaiea furnuned for painting Wood. Metal and lion Koifs. batisfaction Ouarsntrd All roots painted with Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years. Dealers in belt els em Pumps and Oalvamiiil Iron rilt.rs. DON'T FORUKT THAT 1! 1 Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Sole St. Asaph Carriage Co., THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKY. KY., Have just been ov.ihsulcd and repaired f.om boi-toto ton by the famous Richmond City Mill Works, or Richmond, Itid . and with capacity now increased, are doing more and better work than ever before, and with the old reliable D V Kennedy aa head miller, you are sure of uood Hour and lair treatment. II tu.e and bring us your grinding and when buying call lor our old and wall established brands. Favorite Patent. Ladies' Favorite and Maters' Choice. IIATCS ., snv ucce.ior to K. L Tannert ravcrlteMllI,!.!- - P rn Varnon, O MERSHON GREER, Proprietors. tar-old- s s, S. R. Noel & Son, Kinds a. . G. B. COOPER Proprietors of . Illue-Oras- s, U IJvcry and Fccd;.Stablc, STANFORD, KY. Haviog bought of P W. Greon his Livery busmen and added new buggies aad horses, we ate prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS "We will sell Cash. trlctly for cash and will make it to he Interest cl the people ot this section to pay 37 BARKER HOUSE, J. F. The Lb.xi.ngton Tkots. The Rreatett trotting meeting ever held in America will begin at Lexington, Tuesday, Oct. Stb, and continue through the 18th. The amount to be distributed will be $77,250 and the programme has not a weatc spot (day) in it. See advertisement in this issue. A list of entries will be furnished free to those who apply to Ed A. Tipton, Sec'y , Lexiugtou, Ky ; but we wish to call especial attention to the fact that the great $25,000 Futurity and Tennessee StakeB will be contested on first day; the Transylvania ($5,000) on third day; tho Kentucky on sixth day; the Stallion (f5,000) on seventh day, and Bluetrasa on last day. So no matter the what part of the meeting you wish to attend, you will strike an attraction. Excursion rates, one (are for round-tri- p from all poiuta in Kentucky. ftrnn! BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. ages of ad kinds at very LOW PRICES. The anu niouuu .own win aiionnd us the pco and all necessary outbuildings, ) miles "uthwett of lluitonville. pie to deal with. Stop with us when In lownai Kifly or Oo acres to go In corn, 40 to go in wheat IT ana your horse and ve "... acres ill hide will be well cared for and sj or Jo to go in hemp. "1 wenty-liv- e s good grass. All land. G.H. COOPKR S7 Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. Terms, Money Kent 111 Advance Also 330 llushels Burt Oats for Sale. K. S. POWELL, lluitonville, Ky. 54'imo A farm with good dwelling FOB, BENT. first-clas- On short notice The traveling public will flad us always ready and wllllug to lurnish Drum-mer- .' Wagons, either single or double, or Carn- uulu """"""sou Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. Remodeled and refurnisheu throughout. Large and Commodious Sarnp'e Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. 1'rotnpt and polite service to guests 47 FOR Si5JC.e ! Tho Myers House, P.'W. GREEN. Proprietor. W. S. BTJUCH, Attorney at Law, Farms near Two Good Blue-Gras- s Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. Stanford, ' : : m : Kentucky. Stanford, - - Kentucky. Office on Laicaiter Street, oppoiite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention. SS b rW M SPRING AND SUMMER. Somethingjto Beautify the Ladies. I" 1J New Hats, flowers and lacesl greatest fairs ever known to America. We give the assurance ts the trade that they wil establishment the same cscluslvcncss Many features of the Chicago World's find In our n style of patterns, hats and bcimela and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which we aie fair and many additional and new ones. known throughout the country. trimmer for the sea- Open September 18th to December 31st, I have secured a respectson. Thanking you lor past favors, we liberally 1895. Low rates via the Queun & Oresfully solicit your patronage heretofore so cent It jute. Write to W. O. Rtnearsou Ml D. DUDDERAR- t,taw6d. KATL DUDDRRAR. Manager. matO Daily openintug. Atlanta Exi-ositio- One of the Tho heirs ol Mrs. America Ilailey , deed., offer lor sale her two Farms, situated ah ut ono mile westof lluitonville, in Lincoln county, on the to tho Travelllradfordsville turnpiko road These two Farms Public. adjoin and taken together contain j,o acres ct land and can be divided so as to Include about 140 acres In tho home place and 300 acres in the oth er. The buildings and improvements on each M. S. Haugiimsn. J. W. llAVGIIMAt,, aro comfortable and substantial, Kach ot the farms is well watered and convenient to good schools Terms reasonable. Title clear. and churches For lurther information apply to either of us. J. P. HAILKY. ft.anfcnl, Ky., rKontiiTOHs- J w. HOCKF.R. ', Hustonville, Ky. 1 am sun n running this Hotel and will continue to give my guests tho politest atten-na- s well as the best the market affords. Special'Attention' ing M.S.&J.W.Baughman, to first-cla- is HIGGINS & McKINNEY, FOR J. : T. : STTTTOIT, G. P. A., Cincinnati, , for printed ter, or call upon Q & O. Agents for full information Duoklln'a Arnica Balvo. Paris Classical Institute OPENS SEPTEMBER 9TH. Special attention to Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, and Music. Send lor a Catalogue. Science, lielles-LettreMRS M. W. BERRY, Principal. s The best salve in the world for cuts, bru.'ies, KENTUCKY. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap-nands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is AwfH .; .trvErfl o tha neonle ol West Lin- - t positively to guaranteed give pertect satisfaction or money Full stock of Collins coin and Casey Counties. refunded. 1'rice 35 cents per box. For sale ,by on hand. and Caskets always Manager. . A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. 95 H. Carpenter, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE,' D. I would STA. ULE In London, Ky., consisting of 15 good, ftesh Uugios, Drummers' Wagons, and In lact Horses, s everything connected with a Stable, for a small Farm of about Co acres near Stanford. This outfit Is almost new, having bought the most of it since the tint of July. My only reason for desiring to dispose ol tho property is that I have other business that requires my whole lime. The party who trades can have a fie year' leasooa the barn. Tbts trade will suit anylody who wants to mate money, for I have a gocd trade already established. I wou'd like to nave some correspondence with parties who have Farms to trade. R. M. JACKbON, London, Ky. 55-flrst-claist LIVERY, FEED & SALE SALE OR EXCHANGE. STABLE, Stanford, - - Kontucky. liku to exchange my L1VP.RY vllle. Kv. w rAViillt uu.-i.Ai- ai. 11., utn '.'T"r"H turnouts class ( MWI4I call. Nothlna- - but will leave our stable. Soe u "a HARNESS SHOP You will find dies, Saddle..! Have our man, understands mechanic in nur wtindig'lffc busfntiS. W nV n BLAOKSMITHSHOP. P'ices ""u,lr,ttnlMour hots, first-cla- liy work audi shocr. il,f,e,arw 'J