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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895092401 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. -- jtto r rTvf- - jr , r- - -- nrr , j'r'jw emi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XXIII. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1895. CHURCH AFFAIRS. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. NO. 59 i' , MATR!MONIALMATTERS. Y Oharlca M. Dutcber, ned U, nnd MIbs Flora Wnrner, 13, bnvo just mnrried nt UluUton, lnd. Mr. Klmd Vrfht, 20, Hid Miss Laura McCain, 28, were nmrriod at Sunday. Mr?. Dr. EmiK, of Columbia, 0., cut her husband with a butcher kiiilo be cause ho won lnte hi cominK to his dinner. -- It Ib mid that Kev. K. S PoIIIu'h wordn of endearment brldo can tOBoven different laupuiiRCfl. wbifc-pe- r Wlnchen-Democra- t. John Klliron, of Frankfori, lnd., y- Bishop Fitzgerald dedicated a Methodist church at H)ine, Italy. Friday. A Hlalk of corn in Taylor county is Mid to bd 27J feet high and to hnvo 14 enra on it. Prof. J. B. Jones, of Hamilton Col lege, will preach at tho Christian church next Sunday mnruiup. -- Hev. J S. Sims, who mod to be pas tor here, hat, returned to hia old lovo from the W.st Virginia conference. Mm. Owsley, the female evangelist. Is drawing very largo crowds to tho camp meeting, Beech Grove, In Graves count- Josh B. Jonea sold in Cincinnati n lot of lambs at .1 to i Jc. Fou Salk. 3,000 biles of excellent hay. Josh B. Jones, Stanford, Ky. Cim'kk Skko I want a huller nt my farm immediately. Jos. Ballon. 1'ourteen of the Terre Haute fall rare stakes have a total entrance of 351 horses. Wo hnve 75 good stock hogs for salo. rVll good stock. Powoll & Harper, Hus- tonvlllH. A Greenup county man claims to have raised a watermelon that weighed 110 ' J. A. Doan, of Lower Garrard, sold bin farm of 200 acres to Allen and Goo. Teater for 3,70D. Mias Davo B. Harri is teaching a largo Bchool at Bauna Vhta. Shu ia a capablo techer, having taught for a num ber of LOOK HERE Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. I Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of years. Rev. T. II. Campbell has returned from Middleburg, wUere he aslsted in a Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, We handle it. wantn a divorcy from IiIh wife becnuee abo enorea ho loud ho chu not sleep in the room with her. Gen. Justin McKinetry, aged SO, is towed a younn eocietv woman of Si. Louis the same day on which hia granddaughter will becotno a brldo. A Huron, Khumb, man whoso fatal gift of beauty mado him the target of numerous women's darta will have to s roost low hereafter. Mh wife in n rage throw carbolic acid In his face putting out an eye and terribly dieflgur iug him. Mm. 1'riie Gibson, a dnehing widow, filed suit at Sobree against V. 11, Woods, nuking $,000 for breach of promise. Sbe claims that under a promise of marriage sbo unsophlstfcAtedly permitted him to tike liberties which she thinks now ho ought to pay high for. The Duke of Marlborough has announced hia engagement to Mies Vanderbilt, daughter of W. K. VanderbilU Thua the ninth Duko of Marlborough follows the example, of his father, George Charlie Spencer Churchill, eighth Duke of Marlborough, who came to America and won Mrs Louis Ilammersly with her many millions. Friends of Mica Julia Htephenron and Mr. Martin Hardin, of Kentucky, deny that their engagement tins been broken ofT, and declare that tlio rumor is only a piece of early fall gossip, mn a diepatcb to the Louisville Times, thereby con llrtning that there is an engagement, though the I.NTKHion Joun.VAt, whs charged with announcing it without grounds. To keep her sweethesit out of the penitentiary, Mattin Atkins, who livfd on thu Dig Sandy, In this State, swore that bo could not haro committed the offemie charged, because on the day it occurred he was with her many miles away. It Bared him, but on proof being presented that the fair Mattio had sworn to a lie, she was herself sent up for one year. If the follow haa a spark of wo should think ho would not enjoy freedom obtained nt such a cost. Mr. A. Logan Denny, n prominent Danville druggist and son of Mr. A. K. Demiy, was married Saturday to Mies Fanuie Phillips daughter of Mr. It. F. Phillips, the wholesale liquor dealer at Danville. The wedding occurred at the home of an aunt of the bride at Love-Iin0. Miss Besfie Wool folk and Mr. George Spillmnti accompanied Mr. Denny to Ohio and were the attendants. The bride is quite wealthy, in her own right, while tier father Iibs a fino estate. Mr. Denny is rapidly adding to hia patrimony, ho they certainly have one es aential to happiuess, and their friends eay, all the others. j?al-oaCon-suelo -- Tho Rogister says that Kev. George 0. Barnes will hold a lOdajs meeting at Richmond beginning the first week in October Tho loth annual convention of tho Kentucky Womaus' Christian Temperance Union will ho held in Lexington, September 20 20, Inclusive. Rev. Dr Tnlmago has decided to accept n ca'l to tho First Presbyterian church at Washington, President Cleveland's church, and will be installed Oct. 10 pounus. Eugene Leigh hni sold his crack Ben Brush, to Miko Dwyer for f 12,000 meetings at Atlanta during the expos! tion. ,. t II iuiv. Tlf r Arnou. was elected one n. fl. of the neslstant secretaries of tho conference at Winchester and he nnd F. S. Pollltt and R. H. Wightman compose me committee io examine second year applicants. Mrs. Talithn Campbell Sweeney, whose husband was a preacher nnd who raistul four sons, who are now preachers, including Klder John S. Sweeney, of Paris, lied at Newman, III., at the home of her daughter last week, need 85. The family were originally from Casey coun ty, Ky. .h iibs uvea nin cuitom lor years Mr. V.. B. Caldwell, Jr., has sent us the minutes of the Cumberland River Association for publication in pamphlet form. The meeting wus with Lily church, Pu laiki county, nnd was the 8Gtb year of itH existence. There are 17 churches in the association nnd they report a member hip of 2,100, an increase of 292 by bap turn, letter, &c, nnd a decrease of 70 by death, letter nnd exclusion. Tho meet ing next year will he at Pleasant Ruu, miles Kast of Somerset. a 1 1 Moody nnd Sankev, who held meetings during the World's Fair and d much of the harm done by the reign ol vice, aro going to hold similar conn-teracte- J. S. Bosley sold to Josh Adams 15 cattle, 1,010 lbs. average, at 1c nnd four of lighter weight at 3jc. Salea of ehoats at 1c, 1,200 lb. cattle at '.) and 750 lb. steera at 31 aro reported In the Winchester Democrat. Stock hogB sold nt 5c, clover hay nt $7 n ton nnd corn nt 11.25 in tho field nnd $1.50 in the crib nt a salo iu Fayette. J. W. Lambert, of Rockcastle, bought Mm. Lucy Martin's farm of 10S acres in Madison at J30. Corn sold at $1.25 per barrel. Dr. Rub Shannon bought the Camp Dick Robinson farm in Garrard of 335 acres at $70.10. This doesn't look iiko land is depreciating in price. Thomas Mc.calf, Wilmore, bought of R. A. Dodd 200 barrels of corn" to be delivered Nov. 10, at an average of $1.37J per barrel. -- Jeswnino Journal. Carroll B. Reid has refused $5,000for Ids splendid racer, Sherlock. Millionaire Fleischmsn mado the oiler. Tho horse cost Mr. IWul less than $200. Besidea hia good work with Robert J , Kd Geem, has uiven Nightongilo 2 OOJ. Star Pointer. 2.0M, and Bright Regent, 2.0S J, their present records thin your The Kentucky Trotting Home Brt-eers Association, of Ijxuigton, lins closed a contract for Liborati's famous band to furnish music during tho October trots. C L. Carter bought tho Joe Goode farm nt the mile Saturday at $45.12 per acre. It contains 00 ncres. Corn sold at $125 in the heap; 1,100 pound feeders 3 60; milk cown f 30 to . Powell A Harper bought of M. S fc J. W. Baughman a pair of heavy gray homes for $150. These gentlemen will take a car load of horses to North Carolina this week to dispose of. Another Kentucky creamery haa gone the way of its predecessors. Tho ono at Mayfield, which cost $3,000 sold last week nt auction for $825. It waa a losing investment from tho start. Dandy Jim, formerly owned by Nim rod Buster, of Boyle, went the last heat of the trot at), Huntington, lnd., in 2:11, which ia the world's trot e ting race record on a track. The Cincinnati Enquirer Bays: "Oar roll Reid, the crack young trainer, wil be a figure in the winter game this year. He is going to take Balk Line, Lindo letto nnd four of his to New Orleans this winter." Henry Goodrup, of Delphos, O., hud nsow to give birth to 12 pigt, three o which have five legs ea.ch, two have don ble heads, another is blessed with three eyes, while another has nn oxtrn well developed tail growing from its back. William Rue, of Danville, had things his own way fat Klizabethtown fair. He took tho premium on stallion nnd over, saddle stallion auy age, harness atallion nnd oyer, saddle and harness mare any age and combined stallion any age. J. W. Bales shipped 10 car loads of cattle to Lehman & Bro , at Baltimore, for export to London. There were 170 head and tho average weight waa 1,500 pounds. The price waa ijc. A; (draft for $12,131.00 was drawn in payment of them. Richmond Pantagrnph. -- Capt. II. T. Buah reports Mrs. Belle Worloy's sale na follows: j Aged mules $15 to $50; homo colts $15; sowslnnd pigs $15 to $25; heifers $10 to $13; steera $20; corn $1 per barrel in the field, purchaser to cut it, outs $1.75 per lOOJbuudles, sorghum $0 an aero. Farming implements nnd other thinga sold well. Josh B Jones tolls us thnt tho On Time snddlo stallion ho shipped to hia brother, John, at St. Joseph, Mo., haa proven n great show homo this yenr. Besides taking premiums nt every fair thnt ho has been shown, he raptured the rich stako for saddle etnllions nt the St. Joseph fair, lie haa refused several handsome oflera for him. At tho salo of Jool Embry's effecla in Madison Friday low prices ruled throughout. A fine tuaro that ho had rofused $500 for brought $00; a standard-bre- d and registered stallion $05; an imjack $25; n pair of ported maro mulea S135; 1GJ hand horaea $30 to $40; milk cowa:;$18 to $30; hogs 5c. One farm of 270 acres rented for $02 till Jan. 1, '90 and the other of 175 acres rented for S45. iThe heavy cattle owned by the decased woro shipped. Corn waa taken down at 03 cents in the $3-3free-for-all OF A LOCAL NATURE. iiihii-liui'- M d, October S there will be n reunion of the Biuo nud tho Gray on the battlefield of Perry ville Col. Underwood's little child died of diphtheria near Hubble Sunday and an mfant of Henry Spoonnmore of brain fever the same day. 1 he Orphan Uiigaun will meet nt Bowling Green on the 20th where ex teuMvo preparations are being made to entertain tho gallant band. Tho Walla Walla Chewing Gum Company, of Middleaboro, haa been granted the exclusive privilego in their line at tho Atlanta Kxpoeition. At tho Laurel Coal Company's mines near Pittsburg a high tresilo collapsed with eight loaded cars drawn by n mule. George Creacy, tho driver, waa fatally hurt. HUBBLE. half-mil- two-yesrol- . i y at 2j. and instructive meeting, the following Mr. Kd Miller had a cow to founder by tho colored resolutions were adopted and die by eating sweet potato vines. institute: Stock water is failing in this locality, Wiishbab we tho teachers of Lincoln which has never been known to fail be county havo been in institute assembled fore. for ono week, therefore be it, Diphtheria seems to he spreading in Resolved 1st, That from n point of this community, though so far it has not aa been fatal. Dr. Herring practical utility wo regard this reports tho worst having boeu of exceptional benelit; nnd caso now at Frank Todd's. Two newthat we tender Miss Kuto Ulain, county cases have developed in his family in tho superintendent, our hearty thanka for last few days. The schools have all stop tho great amount of interest manifested ped indefinitely on account of it. in the success of our institute nnd parMr. lorn .mock nnd wile uavo re ticularly for having secured the services turned to their home in Lexington. Mra of Prof. 0. 0. Monroe as conductor. Laura Johnson and daughter, of Far 2d. That wo extend to Conductor Mon- mer's City, III., aro with her brother, roe our sincere appreciation of hia inter- Win. Watson, hero for a few days. Mr. esting nnd highly valuablo suggestions and Mrs. Stephen and Loo Innes, of Illiupon the theory nnd practice of teaching. nois, nro visiting Mr. Fred Yenky and That wo extend to Miss Lula Wndo aa connections in this neighborhood. Dr. secretary and Dr. W. D.Tardif na organ- Liwis reports Mr. S. L. Spoonamoro nnd ist our thanka for services rendered and little son very sick of malarial fever. olbo to Mr. P- II. Idol for tho uao of an Rankin Bros., of Wayno county, aro up organ, which contributed largely to the lookiug after mule colts. Mr. John success of our meeting. Gardner nnd wife, of Price's Branch, 3d. That wo appreciate tho addresses Mo., are visiting relatives hero. Dr. Kin- from Col. T. P. Hill nnd MrT G. W. Genniard waa called to see Mra. G. A. Swine-broa- d try nnd cordially thank the citizens of again n fow dnya ngo nnd it is Stanford nnd Intkkiou Jouunal. for tho thought aho is aomo better at this writ great interest munifestcd in us. ing. Since in tho midst of life wo should Corn la selling at 3 cents a bushel at always revere tho momory of our honHutchison, Knnsas. ored dead, therefore bo it Frank Kemp, who killed his father Kesolved, That we the teachers of Linat Kokomo, lnd,, haa been indicted for county in institute assembled coln our regret in tho death of our lato murder. Henry of Navarro was favorite in Superintendent W. F. McOiary, whose kiud disposition and manly dealings the Oriental Handicap at Gravesend Satcaused nil who knew him to honor nud urday, but ho did no hotter than third. Clifford won with Sir Excess eecoud, respect him. Tho Pans Steam Laundry, owned PLKA3IE 0. RODYNBON, by Uinton & Young, was totally destroyMOLMK B. GlVKNS, ed by firo, entailing n losa of $5,000. Isaac Fibheb, Craddock will have to wash his own E. B. Cook, shirt now. Wm. D. Tabdif, Jb. field. M. Snow 'our-years-ol- Resolutions. lk'foro adjourning the very interesting Mrs. Menefoe soul a beef cow to J, d four-yoars-o- ld - most successful meeting, having had 10 nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine or more additions. our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting Rv. Joe Hopper, well known to bo short and we are offering special inducements to close out aiice line many Lancaster people, is conducting a of Buggies and Surreys. successful meeting at Paint Lick. Ha has already had many additions to the W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. church. The members of tho Baptist church nro trying to purchase the lot adjoining tho church. $500 in naked for it. The ladies of th church have already secured n portion of the money. The ladiea of Old Paint Lick church I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and will give nn supper Wednesday evening. on easy monthly payments, or "any other terms to suit the purchaser The Lancaster brass band, which haa al best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line ready won quite a reputation for good of goods as can be found any wherein the land. music, will bo presont on this occasion. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever John Ison haa rented the farm of sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Thomnn Hudson for three years nt $125. iST Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. John O. Huston haa rented tho Hiram Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in chargeof the store, but in taking Campbell farm for 1890 nnd Albert Church farm of Mrs. Kate Murtry, nil this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue teaching as before. Address In Lower Garrard. Under the faithful ministry and the untiring efforts of Elder George Gowen, thero are frequent additions to the Chrisevening at tian church. Wednc-fcdnprayer meeting three young people made n public confession of their faith. They were baptized in Dix River Thureday afternoon. Sparks, of Nicholasville, bought of THEBen Humphrey a mule for $50. James BurnBido bought of George Elarn two calves for $20. J, B. Rubles bought of J. L. McMurtry a lot of lambs at 2Jc. Lonard Preston aold two plug horspa to Frank Folger at $15 each. The E. J. Terrill farm was aold at $15 per acre by the administrator. Dr. Russell Shannon, of Texas, purchased the Camp Dick Robinson farm of 335 acres at 70.10. It will be remembered that tho Camp won its name from the original owner, Dick Robinson, for n number of yoars deceased, but who can now bo remembered by many for lr'a warm nnd true Kontucky hospitality. It was in war times that many n weary and wounded soldier found rest and kindness in the shelter of this man's home. None were turned nway but all aliko Everything In wero made to feol the same kindly welcome and many a scarred and feeble -:- veteran left this hospitable home showering richest blessings upon its inmates. Mr. A. II. Garrison nud wife, of ElClothing, Millinery, Clcaks, &c. dorado, Kansas, aro the guests of relatives nnd friends here. B. A. Spencer, of Louisville, hns been visiting his parents here. Mr. A, B. Price nnd Master J. W. Hocker: Joe Price visited Danvillo relatives Sat- W. N. Ckaig, M. D. urday. Mrs. D M. Lickey lies returned from a visit to Madison. Mrs. Betsy Stewart Johnson, of Wisconsin, 5b tho guest of Mra. Belle Burnside. Julge IDZEUO-GKESTS- , Thomas, of Leadville, Col., is visiting Garrard county friends. Walter Uiatt, of Lexington, was here last week. Misses SallioTillett and Laura Smith are in We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet Louisville purchasing a nice supply of the latest style millinery. Prof. O. II. Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drug-cistPogue, of Kirkaville, was here Sunday. Sundries, Sportinc Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most Dr. George Petty, who was called hero liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your pre by the serious illness and death of hia scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and brother, left Monday for his home in accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line Missouri. Horace Herndon entered of Spectacles. CSTOscar E. Roch, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. Centre College at Danville laat week. Miss Carrio Curry has returned from n visit to her brother, James Curry, of Louisville. After a visit of several montliB to hersister, Mm. T J. B. Turner, Mm. And Jessie Harley aud little daughter, Mary for their home in Kate, leave Nashville. Rev. Luclen Noel left Inst week for Princoton, N. J., to outer the Theological Seminary. Mrs. Will Wher-rit- t The left Friday for Versailles to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey. Mrs.Wni. Jonea and children hnve returned to Winchester. Rev. F. M. Hill, Messm. J. You are invifed to call and see them. B. Turner and Richard Ward nnd Mm, Georgo Patterson havo been in attendance nt the Methodic Conference in Winchester S THE HKKD OP B. K. WEAHEIT. PIANOS and ORGANS. P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. y HOT TORE AT -- MWILLE. Gharle Wbeeler EfVlPOimum. New Goods at Rock Bottom Prices General Merchandise, smith yowaxr., saeeskolst. & - CRAIG HOCKER, STANFORD, K3sarTtrcKir, s' I ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, FAKRIS & HARDIN BLUE-GKAS- IN THE COUNTRV, - lion. A. J. Carroll, of Louisville, eays ho haa pledged yotea enough to insure his election as Speaker of tho next House in caso of hia own election to tho Legislature, which is conceded. Gov. Turney created n sensation during the Chickatnauga exorcises by saying that during the war ho thought tho South waa right, that he still thought ao nnd would teach his children so. It is estimated that tho American peoplo hnve Invested S25,0O0,0C0 In bicycles this year, and that the demand for wheels in the next 12 months will be about 700,000. Meanwhile horses nie selling in Idaho at $15 n dozen. In the Plaisanco in the Atlanta exe position thero is n O.iiro street, dancers, n Ferris wheel set on a high hill, Japanese, Chinese nnd Mexi can villages, a toboggan slide down the Piedmont hills, Buffalo Bill and his a Mi) California camp, a Georgia barbecue, with Sheriff Calloway, of Wilkes county, ns the presiding officer, nnd nbout 275 other different fakes, goo J, bad and di Heron t. cooche-cooche, Duroc Jersey Red Swine n. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, Stock. Breeders securcJ from the - - Kentucky. bct Plgi for sale from the best types of Rggutere herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., ox-pre- MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. two-year-o- ld All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairin done in first class style. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. MR. R. M. KWLEY. ER SIPERIESCED PmETER. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill. -- . . .. ll ,I,,V ' ..... .J.I., -- . W . k"jr? " "wr vri ? r Dayton, O., infirmary. A schooner from an Oregon port col lided with a 00 foot whale und got the worBtof it, being so disabled that she had to put for land. At Cleveland n mother tried to start And keep coming to the big sale of men's and Boys' n firo with kerosene. Ono child is dead, the mother will dlo and another child whs seriously burned. One of the chemists of the Chicago University says the essential food ele ments of a 1,200 poand stoer can bo placed in an ordinary tion and brotherly love and no man in employ him, The sentiment against much sickness. A company has been organized at the Nation has done more to bring it drunkards is continually growing and Whilr we were sweltering in heat of Cincinnati for developing 112,000 acres At the Louisville Store. Don't wait for anybody or anything, but about than the man who gave utterance with it the whisky habit is rapidly go- nearly 100, Rawlins, Wyo., enjoyed a come if you can afford to spend 2. 50, $4, $$ or $10 for a man's to the words that stirred each old ing. When both the sale of liquors and snow storm which covered tho earth on of coal und oil lnnds nluug tho Cumbersuit land river in Kentucky ami Toniieseee. come and spend it. We will give you fully double the worth of to greater love for each other and thd'drinkingof them are regarded unia level of eight inches. Snow also fell . . i t C! tA n.i(trtna a npu itrnu'iinl f 1 uLu t) to a high appreciation of a common versally as disreputable, there will be b at Laramie and Salt Lake, Utah. " "CW tCSt COOd. nd.; w , bath nR l7 "' Mich n country. It was meet that tho remnant scarcely a dram shop and scarcely a pafrom 75 c to$7. Ht Buffalo and three of those who 32 years ago bathed the tron of one. The Stanford base bali club will play more were drowned earth in patricidal strife with their two games on their grounds here this others in the surf at Manusqttan, N. J. Brbr Dvcus, who presides over the week. The Crab Orchard and Lancaster blood should meet upon the identical One of the features of tho parado at London Echo, is very much like spot and over the graves of the 30,000 teams are the lambs for sacrifice and the Chattanooga was a compauy of said of his Editor games will be played Thursday and Satwearing their old gray uniwho fell in battle, pledge eternal friend fool than Shrpard "more sorts of a forms and carrying the Btars and stripes ship, but in no other country under the any man living." Taking for his text urday afternoons. Wc have received a full line of Fall and winter dress goods, flan-nclSpain is preparing to Bend 2o,000 sun could such a reunion have been The Laurel county miners who have more troops to Cuba to suppress tho repossible. God blesa the men who our charge of gross careleBsuess against blankets, comforts and ladies, heavy underwear. Also a full line fought on the Southern as well as on the jailer of Harlan in letting a prisoner been on a strike since May have return- bellion, to be followed if necessary by of men's and boys' underwear. Wc bought these goods at very low the Northern etdo. They were equally condemned to death escape, he claims ed to work on last year's scale of wages, enough to increase the Spanish army we were actuated in our strictures 70 cents a ton. The operators refused to in Cuba to 200,000 men. prices and wc arc going to give our customers the advantage of low as honest in their convictions and an that by a desiro to make political capital and negotiate with the Knights of Labor, but Miss Nannie Gastineau, a teacher in prices. impartial history will accord them their regret over the fact that Attorney Gener- communicated directly with the men. tho public schools at Lexington, married full measure of praise. al Hendrick, who was to speak on the clandestinely last year, mado it public All honor to the noble men who fought WniLE currying one of his horses Friwhether under the star and stripes or tho same day of the banging, would now day, Mr. Samuel M. Owens, late jailer of yesterday. Married teachers nre not alhave no crowd. To the average gimlet lowed in the Lexington schools. stars and bara. headed republican scribe, who measures this county, was severely kicked by tho Tho longest bridge in the world is foot struck him in the face, AND. We appreciate tho compliment that everybody in bis little half bushel, it animal. One the Linn Bridge, near Saugnng, Cnina. ugly gash on the cheek and Beems preposterous that a man should cutting an Smith pays our personal pulchriEditor face. The It extends five and one fourth miles ov tude. It is about tho only truthful thing have other than tho baeer motives, nnd badly bruising his entire painful ono and will er an arm of the Yellow Sea, and is supin his paper, except the confession in the insinuation referred to is about in wound is n very ported by 300 huge stone arches. The another article that he himself has "no keeping with the ideas of the pack. Go leave an ugly scar. . . . roadway is 70 feet above the water and more sense." Usually this great man's soak your old mutton head, Dycbp, and Have filled our Hoot and Shoe Department with a full line of Dkatu. Col. W. G. Welch received a is enclosed in an iron netting. s weakness for prevaricating amounts al- see if it wont aid in getting a decent dispatch from Dallas, Texas, yesterday, Her's a new kiuk: Tho Chicago qualities and at prices that will please you. If you want a pair most to a mania and it is refreshing to thought into it. siyinc that Mrs. Mattie Gano, wife of Great W stern railroad, which has never of boots or shoes you can't afibrd to buy until you have seen what see that he can occasionally refrain from Gen. R. M. Gano, died at 7:40 of dengue. allowed newsboys or "butchers" on its The editors are enjoying their annual She was tho oldest of the daughters of following hiB natural bent. He soon trains, will on Thursday begin furnish- you can do with us; we can and will give you better boots and shoes lapsed into falsification again, however, outing at Hopkinsville, where every- tho late Dr. Welch and was raised at ing to its patrons freo newspapers and for less money than any house in Stanford. Carpets) Matting, Oil and wrote: "Editor Walton admits that thing has been arranged for their enjoy Crab Orchard. A husband and sevura magazines, to be had of the porter on Cloth at extra low prices". & h. will take the L. be sacrificed his party and its nominees ment. grown children survive her to grieve application. A meal and chromo will to gratify his individual hate," when Ed- them in a body in 3 special train of Pull over the loss of a model wife and a de- bo the next to be thrown in. itor Walton never admitted any such mans to Atlanta, where the exposition voted mother. The president's next message will thing, never thought of such a thing and has arranged a program for their delecsuggest retiring the greenbacks and ask Tub cooler weather promised Friday congress to confer upon the secretary would not do such thing. Furthermore tation. We had hoped to have been we have no "individual bate to gratify." with the boys, old and young, but there's did not materialize. A hot wave from of the treasury power to sell long-terWe never extenuate nor sot down aught many a slip in human calculations, and the South knocked the cold wave from low -- rate gold A. URBANSKY & CO.,:Proprictos, bonds in sufficient in malice. Wo print things as they ap- instead we have to alternate between the North sky high and it got even red amount to call in and cancel all the out- T. D. RANEY, Manager. pear at tho time and it now appearing our office and the sick room, in which a hotter than ever. It was somewhat cool- stranding psper money that is being Branch Stores. that Editor Smith has willfully, know- little woman has been ill for a week. er yesterday, when Bbowers were pre- employed to draw gold from the treasingly and maliciously fabricated, prevar- Though absent in body we are with dicted with fair much cooler Tuesday. It ury. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, B.irdstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana icated, falsified and misrepresented, we tbem in spirit, and here's hoping the is exceedingly dry and the question of Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Atlanta Exposition. One of the hereby brand bim as a fabuhstic scriven- fullest expectations of each may be re stock water is very derioue, many having alized. to haul it for miles and others driving greatest fairs ever known to America. er, whose hebdomidal fulminations proMany features of the Chicago World's and firo miles to it. duce ennui. Scat. Cards announcing that Mr. John W. stock four fair and many additional and new ones. At a meeting of doctors and surgeons Harris, the poet editor, now with the Tub gauzy story of five men being Open September 18th to December 31et, the other day, Dr. Hunter Maguire, of Louisville Poet, will wed Miss Elio, killed at Adams & Trowbridge's dis- 1S95. Low rates via the Queen & Ores Richmond, Va., one of the most noted of daughter of Dr. J. H. Taylor, of Owens- tillery near Waynesburg, sent out from cent Route. Write to W. O. Rinearson Full course in Literary Department. dis- boro, Oct. 1, have been received. Mr. McKinney, proved to bo a fake of the G. P. A., Cincinnati, O., for printed mat-- t his profession, in discussing the new ease of appendicitis eaid that the knife Harris is one of the brightest and read- first water with not even a shadow of a r, or call upon Q. & C. Agents for full Five Months with Board, &c, for $85, $90, $9St according to grade. had been too freely used in its treatment iest of writers and the step be is about ground for it. W. O. Goodloe, Esq , and information to take further demonstrates his good two Swopes, of Boyle, were given in the and that it is curable without the aid of J. M. HUBBARD, President, surgery, as he had found by trial. The sense, for we learn that the lady be has list of killed, when none of them bad NKW ADVKBTLSXMKNT. Howard Female College, . Gallatin, Tennessee. tendency of the ayerage doctor is to cut won is all that man could wish, being been out of the county. The McKinney pretty, stylish, amiable and cultivated. CDrrespondent is evidently burning for and carve on the slightest pretext, until SALE. some of them have come to bo known as St. Paul says that they that marry do such reputation as the Sergeant and Sol GOOD well-bdier reporters who have some sensation Failing IokII tbe Faun ol Sixty Aero near the "Jack the Ripper." More men have well. Bro. Harris will not only do exceedingly well and we gladly wel- daily from their God knows where locali- Lancaster pike, it will be offered at public auctlcn been killed, says the eminent Richmond at a o'clock County Court Jay In October, 14th, come a man with such good taste into the ties. nut told privately tcfore. authority, by the surgical operation for The Place to Buy M. SPEED PEYTON. 50 appendicitis than have been saved, and ranks of the Benedicts. Dr. Le Stanford and Lancaster. this is true in most of such operations. R. Yates, of Hiawatha, Kansas, enjoyed The address at Atlanta which has his visit to his old stamping ground imIn to lee my friends and bid The new Commander of the G. A. R occasioned more favorablo comment was mensely. There were many old friends them cnlcr 10 jet have ail purchaM'd a very large We sell at tl c Cheapest Price. farewell, I juit is anxious 10 do something to let 'em delivered by a negro, Booker T. Washstock of General Merchandise and aim to tell left to greet him nnd he mado many new thorn ao cneap that you will always remember me. know be is there. He will institute suit ington, principal of the industrial school ones out of tho children of those he I at once to test the question as to wheth- for colored people at Tusicogee, Ala. It used to know. Of thoso who were here er a pension is a vested right, when was brimful of hard common sense, in in his boyhood days only five survive: By an Experienced Pharmacist. While my atock It complete. the Supreme Court has decided three which he advised his race to eschew pol Mrs. VanArsdale, Mrs Maria Warren, J. D. POWELL, Stanford. C. 59 separate times that it is not a vested itics, cease to seek the unattainable social Newton Craig, J. S. Hughps and Mack equality, and by trained and useful occuright, but Bimply a bounty grunted by Huffman. There are only two houses on Congress, which can modify or repeal pation make themselves indispensable Main street now that were standing then, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Having rented my property I will sell at public the pension laws at will. The court will in the South, which is their natural the ono occupied by Mr. Sim Wortham hardly reverso iteolf to please the Com- home, and where the white people are and the other by Armp Salter. The lat- auction on the prem ea at 3 o'clcck p. m on WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OK mander, who would have a pension con- more considerate and more in sympathy ter was the boyhood homo of a min a8, 1895, with their efforts to obtain a competentinued after once grunted, no matter how who afterwards rose to prominence, Gen. A portiou of ray Houiehotd and Kitchen Furnl- cy. great was the fraud in obtaiuiug it. liuggy and Hartifst. those Lovell Roisseau. The doctor has been tute, awill pleaae call and settleAll once. indebted to me at I MRS. LIZ1H 1IUCKKK. 59 gone 18 years and in that timo he eays In his Elizabethtown speech Gen. LODI8VILLE Trnmi, venerable and beHardin went for Col. Bradley like a there have boon wonderful changes ! loved Brother Walton, which has been thousand of brick, accusing him of false- here, hardly a bouse remaining like it Chamber Suiti, Curtain Poles, Centre Tablet, Veranda Settet, Folding Iledt, Estension Hrackets, Cutting Tables, ."investigating" tho record of Senator hood and charging him with slandering was and "it looks like a thousand new Japanese Pertlers, Ilaby Carriage!, Muuc Cabinets, Koticn i hereby given that I will recit the ply. Sldeloarcs, Church Furniture, Blackburn, is tho same Truth untruth- the good people of the State, when he ones have been built," ho added. "I ment of a note executed by me on Sept. 3 1895, to Wardrobca, Carpets, Mirrcri, Hall Furniture, fully charging that a high State official declared at London that those who be- was over in Lancastei, Friday, to bio my G. W. Coffey lor Jjo. payable 30 days alter date. IlallTrcea, Oil Cloth, Couchei, Jail Furniture, M. E- ALLEN, Huatonvillf, Ky. was the recipient of a $9,000 check from lieved he was afraid to meet Hardin uncle, Eph Brown, and there it is just 59 3 Chain, Hugs, I'ldtureaand Raieli, JUnlc Furniture, Ilook Cases, btraw Mattings, Company. Covington were liars, for half a million intelligent, the reverse of what it is in Stanford. EvWall Paper. the Mason-Foar- d Carpet Paper, Tax-PayeTo the of Lincoln Co. Dinmg Tables, Kxpreti Wagon, Window Shades. True, ancient and thinking people thought he had acted erything looks like it did 18 years ago Commonwealth. amiable Bro. Blakely, but liars occasion- cowardly in throwing up his contract to and if there have been any now bouses Tho t ix fcr the year 1895 (a lone pait due. Hy ally tell the truth and Truth is for once debate a certain number of times. Brad-le- v of consequence built I failed to see law I have to acttle with the State tho laatof November. The tax mut be paid before I can lettle. backed up with irrefragable proof as to will likely retort in kind, but as the them." The Record will please copy" So the tax.payeri will pleats cone forward and Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. Blackburn's record, and we challenge battle is at exceedingly longe range, no this puff of its town and if there are pay promptly without further delay. iiespectlully. 1. I) NKW'UNI) 53 you, his warmest friend, to attempt to material damage will result. Sheriff Lincoln do. any charges draw on tbe doctor through controvert it. tbe First National Snd Bank of the Having exhausted tbe subject or the Grasshopper State. Dr. Yates left for M. W. Howard, Congressman elect Bubject having exhausted him, the Rev. his home yesterday, after joining his wife Aa Guardian of Maurice Carpenter and others from a Georgia district, is making popu--Mm Peter Vinegar has ceased to expatiate on at Nicbolaavllle, who had come with him I will rent on list speeches in tho Southwestern part of people. He was so much "A D- -n Hot Day" and will hereafter to visit 28, 1895, this State. If he can speak on political dilate upon "Come Seven, Come Eleven,'' pleased her his visit that we will wager with subjects no better than he can lecture on a subject with which most of hiB colored At Hu.tonville, Ky , a Farir of 5 Acrei, twenty FALL STOCK, that it put a stronger desire in bim to ucrci for wheat, balance in grass tho "Ups and Downs of Life," God pity hearers will be familiar. S' J.T.KUSK, Huston ville. return to his native State, which of his audiences. He will have the distinccourse ho will do yet. No true tion of being the youngest man in ConCongressman McCreary recently told will stay away always. gress and the 15 or 20 persons here who an Enquirer interviewer that be believed heard him lecture are willing to accord that the democrats would carry KenD. M. Muetain, a common school I will offer at public outcry to the highest and him another distinction that of being tucky this year by fully 30,000 majority. All Colors- Soft and Stiffs. ueii Diauer, witnout reserve, oa teacher of Warren county, has been sued the biggest fool. He had nothing to say concerning a third for $1,000 damage for whipping Oct. 1S95, term for Mr Cleveland. On the whole, Malinda liledeoe. A new census shows the population At my residence milet wet of Ituatonville, we are disposed to regard Mr. McCreary A $25,000 wreck on tho Norfolk & Lincoln county, known at the Uailejr Farm, the of St. Paul, Minn., to be 140,202, while as a man, who has the Western, near Ironton, O., waa caused following personal property: that of Minneapolis is 183,000. The for- judgment and loyalty to rise to a demo- by running over a S25 cow. Two men Six Urood Mares, 3 aged work Horses, three mer baa bitten off u little more than she Hoists, four a year olds, a yearlings, two cratic emergency, cuckoo though be he. were fatally hurt. weanlinir s, i aged work Mule, one a year old horae can chew in getting the next G. A. R. Two splendid Mule, Horse Mulea, Cincinnati Enquirer. Susan Johnson, colored, aged GO 6 yoiillng Mules, a weanllnps, 6 fine Jacks, Encampment, unless she calls on her one 7 years old, one 3, one 4, two 3 and 1 yearling, The snow storm in the West was un- went to sleep smoking at her home near five Jenneta, no 7 years old, thoroughbred Stal' hated rival across the river for help. precedented in severity for the season. Ruesellville. The beu clothes caught lion, 3 Milk Cows and Calves, stripper Cow, six Juarling Heifers, a weanling Calves, Shorthorn LANCASTER, KY., Editor Smith, of Mt. Vernon, accuses A depth of from one to two feet is re- and she was burned to death. Hull, yearling, 75 stock Hogs, 15 stacks of Hay. stack of Sheaf Oats, 300 bushels of Shelled Oats, Sorry we cannot ported in the mountains of Colorado and Weather-BoardinS. Murphy left at this office 100 bushels of Whett, two ns 0 being Squire J. Ceiling, Flooring and all kinds Wagons, one Has now on hand Disc Harrow, Mower, Hake, return the compliment. It is dead euro Wyoming, while eight inches fell in two ears of corn grown by T. A. Coulter Wood Hinder, and other Farming of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds Plows, Cultivator Implements. for he would Denver. Two boys are believed to have on tho Squire's farm on the Hustonvillo F. O. B. Terms. Three months without interest on all that he is not we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain that amount and under, cash. Ne- Stanford, Ky. gall to carry around the perished in the snow in Wyoming, and pike, which weigh 4 pounds .and 3 ounc- sums oyer Jio; payable never have the Yellow gotiable note, at the National Hank of mug be does, if he had any other to pro Duuviiuf, ig tupugui 1'IUII I1UU es. One has 22 rows and 1,060 grains on Hustonvllle, will be required beforn property is Poplar, we are prepared to meet competition from all points on IUbUOt trees are greatly damaged. SAMUEL KEID. English, Auctioneer. sent. it and is as large as a full size sugar loaf. "?ndt. cash orders. j3 pill-box. In tho discussion of the decrease in ADDITIONAL LOCAL. drunkenness before the recent Medico-LegTiik Grace Wharton Mission Band will Congress, it was asserted that it tea at Mrs. W. M. his not been cau3od by laws which at- give an old fashioned Stanford, Kt., Sep temper 24. 1895 tempt to make prohibition compulsory. Urieht'8 next Saturday, 28th, from 3 to 0 10 cents. The assertion is capable of proof. A pub- r. m Admission . . lic sentiment against drinking and the Wanted. My old customers and now W. P. WALTON. almost complete ostracism of the drunk- ones to know that I am again in Stanard frcm society and business have help- ford on Lancaster street and would like Ton most eloquent, the moat patriotic ed temperance more than all the sump their patronage. Miss Mary Davis ' and the nobleat of the beanthul tuary laws ever enacted. It is no longer Smith. . sentiments expressed at the Chicknmau- - considered decent to be a whisky guzzler A drop of 30 to 40 in tho temperaga dedication were bv that bravest of and tho man who humors his baser de soldiers and broa dest of statesmen, Gen. sires in that direction long soon finds ture is predicted for this morning. Let John B. Gordon, Senator from Georgia. himself without position socially and 'er come. Everybody is worn out with It was a glorious occasion of reconcilia- shunned by men who might otherwiso this torrid weather, which is producing .semi-Weekly InteriorJouknjl In Peking, China, there are from 2- ,- al 000 to 3,000 deaths per day from cholera, Two men were killed and four In jured by tho explosion of a boilor at tho They Have COJE CLOTHING ..... T. sol-di- I 1 I . . "T "" ... vnr Van-derbi- lt son-in-la- w, dn Dry Goods and Notions. s, ... SaJkiLO.s first-clas- THE LOUISVILLE STORE, m Educate Your Daughters. FARM FOR ut 11 McRoberts' Drug Store Compounded G-OOD-BY- E. SCHOOL BOOKS & T01LETARTICLES COME AT OITCE Prescriptions Carefully W IB. M'ROBSRTS, Saturday, Sept. NOTICE - FURNITURE WITHERS & HOOKER M rs Fublio Renting:. .rjLi Saturday, Sept. - .JLSs Ken-tucki- an Public Sale. 5th, Latest : Style : Shapes, -- Saturday, level-beade- Three-year-o- ld 1 J. ; M'ROBERTS. The Noel Planing Mill Co. H. : g, 1 1 1 two-face- d. 1 two-face- d, I T . :.',&.&. feFil :.! vIX M d..Ai &!. cil. 5AI' InteriorJourhal Jtanfohd, Kv., Si;itemm:r E. C. 24, 1895 A Boys' Fall Clothing at Shanks'. m Fink perfurnea Si'fCTACLKs At Oral . h Uockor's. . fitted to any eye at Craig Hocker's. Walton, Business Manager We guarantee Danks, the Jeweler. hi every artieio wo sell. Why buy Old Stock when you can get for the same money EH Chaio & Hockek handle the cheapest Thk bustetock of tablets, school books, pens, inks, pencils, and school HtipplieB and best line of paints on tho market. in town. Come in and prices will prove it. Penny's Drue Store. Don't buy old stock. Get now goods Our new Fall stock has arrived. You can't help but buy if you come for the same mouuy. Danks, the JewPERSONAL POINTS. and see. eler. .. Msis. Kate Dudderak is quite ill of Don't miss our great jewelry sale. No fever. such prices have ever been quoted here. Mrs. J. E. BnucB is staying at G. L. Penny, exor. 8prings. We have just received 150 ounces of Miis. A. J. Eaiii nnd children ore staysolid silver spoons. Do vou want any ? ing at Crab Orchard. Mns. Bright Fkkhkll, of Wavnes-bur- g, Dankp, the Jeweler. is visiting Mrs. ilettie Dawson. Would you have tho prettiest and Mh. B F. Giiay, of Grays, a long time A Sewing Machine for cheapest black dress you ever bought ? patron of the Intriiior Journal, is here. Come to us. Hughes & Tate. One of Crab Orchard's prMtiest girls is enid to be making her wedding clothep. Our new Fall stock has arrived and Mh. Will Severance has returned for style, quantity and quality it is unfrom Louisville where he has been buy- excelled. Danks, the Jeweler. ing goods. with 5 years guarantee. It has no equal. Please don't oak ub to credit you for Misses Jk.nnik Keid and Kate Cook, of Huetonville, spent several days with rel- coal. It grieves us to refuse you. Pay cash and get it cheap. II, R. Noel & atives here. yon. Mmsrs. Geo no k Roihnson and Lewis Walker, of Lancaster, were here courtLadies, gentlemen and boys Macining Sunday. toshes are now on band at SbankB. They Mh. P. M. McIIoiikrts and Miis Dollie Hre cheap, they are stylish, they are Mcltoberts went to Liberty Sunday, the good. former on legal business. A complete line of millinDealer in- Mm. Woods, of Garrard, who is 'visit- ery just received and opened. Call and ing her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Hays, has see me over James Fryo'a store. Mac been iH evr since her arrival. S. Logan, Huetonville. Homkii Whay, who is now riding for . Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, A new line of Fall dress goods has juBt W. M Rue, of Danville, spent Sunday been received nt Shanks. Call in and with Lin mother and slaters here. CEILING, Mm and Mrs. Will Morkland and see the different styles and obtain prices I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. family have moved to tho house adver- which can not be beat. tised for rent by Hon. Haryey Helm. Would you have the best and cheapM 188 Ellen Ballou, of Stanford, re est Fall and Winter suit, either ready-mad- e turned to this city last Friday to take or made to order, you ever had 7 Wc now have our entire line o( Cloaks and Capes open and on charge of her music clws. Somerset Come to us. Hughes & Tate. sale. Wc confidently expect the largest cloak business we have ev- Reporter. er had. The styles arc radically different from last year, they arc vc. Mies Mahy D. Smith has returned Get a pair of Zieuler shoes. They are the cheapest because they wear the long ry cheap, and as this has been a very prosperous year with everybody from Lexington and opened up a room at Mrs P. P. Nunnel est, because they are the moat comfortawc know they will have new cloaks. Wc will not pretend to des- ley's. See ad. We have opened up one of the handsomest lines of blaek and fancy-dresble, because they are the most Ptylish. cribe any garments as wc have too many styles for that. Wc can, Mk. 8. T. Buoaddus, after a delightful They are sold only at Shanks'. goods ever offered in this city and we invite all buyers to ex... however, give you a general idea of our stock and invite you to give viait of threo weeks to his sister, Mrs. J amine before buying. Our black and colored silks and velvets for Boys if yon want a Fall euit reraemrer W. Ront, left yesterday for his home at it a look. Rich Hill, Mo. that you can have one ordered at Shanks waists and sleeves are not surpassed in any inland town and we obliThe Advocate eayB that Lud Evans and get it in 20 hours and that a week is gate ourselves to make prices as low if not lower than other houses. killed 15 doves on wing with a 32 rifle, more time than we want. Aek those who being Becond to Carroll Roid, who killed have ordered suits from us and see it 20 with a shot gun. this is not true. Misses Maooik and Eva Bucuanan These arc the dressy wraps of the season and will be greatly used were on Saturday's train returning from There was a hung jury in the caeo of To buy goods that you can buy at home to a better advantage and for finer garments. Wc have them in every quality from $6 all the Louisville, where they have been visit Marshal Ellis, of Junction City, for the at lower.'prices. Every department of our stock is in good shape and killing of Cage Rowsey. Eight of way up to $35. They come plain and with fur trimming and more ing ims. jonn a. uahleman for two jurors were for acquittal and four the we are adding to it constantly, expecting a big Fall trade. We have for ' elaborate styles elegantly trimmed with Jet, fur and braids. We can weeks. Allie Fish manslaughter. Another case for murder been and will continud to be the leaders in men's clothing, either in Mibs returned with Mr. please any tastt in these and fit any purse in the prices. ready made or made to order goods. Our clothing is the best maStark Fish to Vincennes, Ind., and will againBt Ellis was set. for yesterday. . . clerk in his music Btore there. Thev It is a little hot to talk about wraps, terial, the best trimmed, the best made and best fitting goods in were guests of Mr. Ivon W. Fish before but Messrs. A. B. Robertson rt Bro. disthis matket. This you will find on comparison and we challenge leaving. course entertainingly about them, to the Miss Essie Burch will leave to ladies at least, in another column. They competition. There will be a big advance in shoes this Fall, as take a course in the Peabody Normal have the largest stock in this whole sec- hides have advanced from 200 to 300 per cent, so you had better at Nashville. She is fond o tion and now is the chance to get first buy early and don't fail to examine our stock before buying. Wc have great quantities of Cloth Capes, varying in price from a neatly trimmed, full sweep, wool cape at $2, up to handsome ones teaching and wishes to fit herself more cboic. . thoroughly for it. One of our nominees for State office 'ib for $20. These come in Heavers, Kerseys, Cheviots, Boucli, As- Mibh Nannie Reynolds, daughter of trachan, &c, &c. Special capes 'for mourning and for elderly ladies, Milton Reynolds, of tho McKinney slated to slated to Bpeak here Hon. R lieutenant-governo- r, neighborhood, was thrown from a horse T. Tyler, candidate for about 40 different styles in all. who will be with us Oct. 18 He a few days ago and Beverly hurt in the will aleo speak at Richmond and Danback of her head. ville, on tho 17th and 10th, respectively. Miss Glenn Bum, who was in town The entire stock of-yesterday, says that tho accident to Mr. Mr. Tyler is sound on the money question and construes the platform like evWhile not so much in demand as last year, we expect a fair sale Owens, mentioned elsewhere, is more erybody does in this section. serious than was at first supposed, it : .for these serviceable garments, and can offer you special values in now almost certain that he will lose Not Kon Fhek Silver, uut Having Wool S:al, French Seal, Coney, &c. one eye. been told that Mr. B. B. King had been Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Plated Wares and Novelties Mrs. Roiibht J. Lylks, of Nashville, preaching free silver along with his free who is quito colebrated as a soprano turnpike doctrine, a reporter of tho Owned by the late A. R. Penny. The goods are new, of standard Binger in the local church choir, that Journal asked him about bis po- quality and may be depended upon. You have never had an opporcity, left for home Tuesday morning af- sition on tho currency question. His tunity equal to this. Do not let it escape you. ter a very pleasant visit here to Mrs. Dr. reply was, "1 am not a freo silver man, but I think silver ought to have a better These are stylish. They arc new, and no where in Kentucky will L. F. Huffman. Lexington Leader. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. A.Taylor and Mrs. place than it has. But it is uselees for a find a prettier line than we will offer you. Fvery kind of smooth you John Groco and her bright little boy jack-le- g like I am to solve cloth, but the rough ones, such as Boucli, Montagniac, Cheviots, &c, left yesterday for their respective homes question, when great try to like the men John are the ones that the craze is for. Prices range from $$ to $2$. New in Southwestern Missouri, after a Sherman and John G. Carlisle have failvisit with their nunt, Mrs. Lewis ed to do eo." Mr. King is evidently sleeve, sleeves on all our jackets, sleeve, "Melon" IT IS- Dudderar and other relatives in this trying very hard to lay his convictions sleeve, "Foot Ball" sleeves, &c. No old styles. We have in county. upon the altar of party good and is a litstock 250 Jackets for you to select from. Mr. Thomas Laslby hss resigned as tle shy of himself. depot agent at Rowland and clerk for Train Master B. N. Roller, to take a The republican county committee met as railway mail clerk, having pass here Saturday afternoon and waa presided the civil service examination and re- ed over by Chairman Geo. M. Davison. ceived an appointment. Mr. C. E. The object boiug to name candidates for of Seymour, Ind.. has taken his certain ollices, Mr. T. J. Culton named Why the thinking men of our We have a beautiful line of stylish fancy short wraps, just to suit country don't tell the people that the placo at Rowland. Mrs. Saltmarsh came Mr. B. B. King for representative and he hope of our country is a Cash Basis. Wc may have high or low tarigirls 12 to 18 years old. These arc made in latest shapes and newest with him from tho Hooeier State. was unanimously selected. Mr. John materials and are different from what you will see elsewhere. Prices H. Chappell nominated Miss Kate Blain ff, gold or free silver, but as long as a people get heels over head in CITY AND VICINITY. for school superintendent and Bhe too debt we will hear the cry hard times. Come and trade with us and range from S5 to $15. Call at E. J. Foley's for fresh oysters, received a unanimous nomination. these questions will not worry you and you will waa called on for a speech and reCalifornia fruits and fine candies. sponded in a few words, in which he You can save money by dealing with promised to do his best for election and Craig & Uocker, cash druggists. if the committee and others would do Wc can show you 10 new styles in wraps where any other house Go to Jesao D. Wearen for fire insui- - likewise, he thought he would pull will show you one. Comparison will also show that in this section through. No further business appearance, he has the hest of companies. " ing, the committee adjourned. ... we give you better value. The moral of all this is that you should Who Talk Hard Times. Our new goods for fall are coming in every Startling. Two furnished rooms for buy your Cloaks from M. F. North, Esq., democratic nomirent, with or without board. Mrs. Kate day. New Dress Goods, Flannels, Blankets, Underwear, Boots and nee for representative, will speak at Mc- Shoes. In fact new goods of all kinds. Dudderar. One of R. G. Denny'a farm hands, Kinney, Oct. 7th: KiDgsville, 8tb, and p. si. Bald William Grubbs, was severely cut by Waynesburg, 9tb, at 1:30 Knob school house, 0th, at night; Bee falling in front of a corn cutter. Lick, 10th, and Crab Orchard, 11th, at Wb are overstocked with harness. 1:30 p. i.; Preachersville, 11th, at night; Come in and get what you need cheaper Goshen, 12tb, at 1:30 i. st ; Stanford, than you ever knew it. M. S. A J. W, 14th, at 1 P. M ; Hubble school house, -Baughman. 14th, at night; Carter's store, Highland, . p. si. and Ottenbeim same Tommy Ball is adding another story 15th, at 1:30 date at night; Higgins' store, ICtb; to the front of his store-rooon Lan17th; McCormack's school house, caster street, with the view probably of ISth: Milledgeville, 10th; Richards' w Y 013UiQJ taking a wife. school house, 28th; South Fork, 29th, Ib UecelTing ilia Dr. E. P. Bendkk is here and his room and Turnersville, 30th, at 1:30 p. m. each ' at the Myers House was full all day yes- placo. Au invitation is extended the : terday with people anxious to try his ladies to be present and an equal divis: system of painless denistry. He will be ion of time n ill be granted Mr. B. B. King. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call here all the week. ' V ... BRIGHT, NEW GOODS? gg Lin-nie- tta DANKS, The Jeweler. ... POXJIVU -- Danville, Kentucky. I3ollctrs -- ... WRAPS ... W. H. WEAREN & CO, A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. FLOORING, SIDING, ETC. e For Everybody. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, i m Pointed Facts. ing s PLUSH AND VELOUR CAPES. DO NOT LEAVE HOME CLOTH CAPES. to-d- ay PUR CAPES. be-in- g As-tracha- n, HUGHES & TATE. AT COST FOR CASH WATCHES, CLOCKS, -- NEW SHORT JACKETS. In-teiii- G. L. PENNY, Exor. two-wee- ks' MISSES JACKETS. po-Biti- Salt-mar- sh, A : Mystery ! Mr-Kin- g 10 TO 1. ... LAUGH AT THE MENSEVERANCE & SON. H.G.RUPLEY,-- May-woo- d, m Danville, Kentucky. ... mfamtH AND FALL WINTER GOODS. 'mm rwK-X-w"i- ". p' jwr,- - w v yy " ' r-- T -- " , T Semi-Week- ly Richitnl 8 liter, who murdered Harry Kellpy at Frankfort, pot a lite sentence. Three men were killed by tho ex. Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT plosion of a saw mill boiler near Prirkara-burj03 PKU YMAIUN- V W. Va. TWhen not so paid SU.fiO will be charged. Miss Julia BackuB, of Riverside, W. Vfl., was so badly gored by a mad cow K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. tbat aho will die. Trains leave Stsnfoid 417:15 a m n J 3 p. m. Tho 2?ow Jersey republicans nomiarriving at atjo p. m. and o:a p. m. nated John V. Griggs, au ex State Sena tor, for governor. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. At St. Louis, $100,000 worth of cofleo is 17 pm Wo. 14, Train going North m was roasted in a fire which destroyed 0. " S " 3 No. . " a ot p m " South ffo, st, " . xSpm F. Blauku's importing house. No., Mies Sallie DeweBse, of Troy, 0., was QUEEN & CRESCENT. sevnrfilv burned bv a fire, which started Trains pat Junction City a follows: from a cigarette she was Btnokiug in bed. 1.48 a m No a North ...3 35 P m No. 1 South Gov. Upham, of Wisconsin, stepped P m " 3 ' ......ta.isa m " 4 " 6 " " s " ...3.1s a m itsjam " 10 " ...6.00am on his daughter's drees while walking up g 840pm ' Lookout Mountain and, falling, broke his and Not. s Nor. Junctionand 6 and 9 on S to run no fur- leg, indsy. City, nor ther than Eight people were killed and 45 injured by the wrecking of a military train returning from the nrmy maneuvers in France. The $2,000,000 money which was in the safe of tho Indiana- National Bank during the fire Wednesday was found InieriorJournh NEWSY NOTES. A traction enulne at Dayton.O., blow up, killing two and wounding four men. Thirty-fou- r soup-makers WJI,o B.at Varnon, Law, Attorney Stnn.ord, Kentucky. Fs-te- Kentucky's Great Trots. $77,250 in Stakes and Puraea. db. w. b. LJL FiHJiTasnr. r, - - Rill v&SSZ. VilEl - vcmm uninjured. Peter Kenlzel, of Arapahoe, Neb.s ebot and killed bia wife and then blew his own brains out. They had quarrel ed over a trivial matter. Ki y A hie democratic barbecue will bo given at the fair grouuds at Springfield October 10, which will be attended bv many prominent people. Forty-fou- r people lost their lives by the sinking of the Spanish cruiser which collided with a merAbsolutely Puro.t chantman at a Cuban port. Mrs. Mary Hudson positively idenA cream of tarter baking powtified Henry Smith as the negro who asder. Highest of all in leavening was promptly con strength. Latest United States saulted her and he Lexington. demned to death at Government Food Report. John I. Moore, of Bourbon, after ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., roalizing many thousands of dollars on 106 Wall Street, Now York. his property, skipped for parts unknown, leaving many creditors to mourn. The wife of a Louisville applicant Farm, Mlic Sale of a Fins for a place on the police force tried to kill herself because he failed to be appointed. He was too short by n inch. Situated in Lincoln county, Ky , atout 8 miles B. F. French has been indicted for South east cf Danville and same distance from Stanford and 1 miles from Shelby City, containof Judge ing about 33s acief, in a high state of cultnatlon. complicity in the murder 'well known Levi Hubble farm and of Perry, on the confession This is the Combs, one of the best watered Farms in Kentucky, hav- of Bad Tom Smith, who was hung at ATLANTA ing eight never failing springs and Knob Lick Creek running througn the entire place. The contains to rooms, all necessaty outbuild- Jackson. Forty-on- e colored people were poisings and numerous large aud small barns. Fencing EXPOSITION all in good repair. CamilSale will take place at Danville, Ky., at o elk. oned at a religious gathering near , WILL HE HELD la, Ga., presumably by the pies which Monday, October 21, 1895 stood a long time in the tin plates, Six Sopt. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. "County court day. Terms liberal and to suit the hayo died. purchaser For further particulars apply to Mrs. On ground traversed by ritlt Tpits, over which it. J. ttubble. Danville. Ky. or A. R. Sutton has at last been deliv- Sherman threw the first shell into Atlantt 31 years GEO. S SHELUY. Mielby City, Ky. and ago, the Kxpositlon is last taking shapj. 1 he ex5S ered at tho Frankfort penitentiary cellent railway facilities ol the great Btripes. The convicted Louis G. Lanham put in his A. John B. Cattleman. ville whisky broker boro the ordeal with out demonstration. clerk in Maury Watts, a a Btore at Franklin Junction, Va., found a burglar in tho store and covering him ROUTE with a revolver guarded him for five AnJ its connections to Atlanta together with low radway rates, will euable the people to make a dc hours until daylight. lightfui trip at but small expense. Mrs. Thompson, secretary of the LIVERPOOL,. fhe Oucen .V Crescent runs superb ves'ibuled with through sleepers and r irrying Parler, State Historical Antiquarian Socletv, fell trains and Observation Cars, troru Cincinnati dlrci t Cafe of the capital to Atlanta, passing through Geortciown, Lex &CASTLEMAJN through tho elevator Bbaft was picked Someriet and Harrlman en route. More than at Charleston, W. Va,, and 100 mllea shortest line Special low reduced rates Ask your Qjevn A-- Crescent MANAGERS, to the Exposition up dead five stories below. agent something about it 'in detail. Write to M. E. Stinson, of St. Louis, shot and A. J. LYTLK, D. P. A , Chattanooga, Tenn .Commerce Building, Louisville killed Mies Arta Moore, a college girl, a CIIAS. V. ZKLL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. Agents throughout the South For free inforr allon and printed matter. Panora, Iowa, where they had taken rooms at a hotel. He then committed W. C. RINKAHSO.N, G. P A , - - Cincinnati A. TBIBBLE, Local Affont, auicide. San Francisco. STANFORD, KY. Portland. Two prisoners to obtain whom a mob ..Ts tl t. attacked tho jail at Lexington, Tenn., li IK VOU ARE GOING., tally shot a member of the avenging R Dirty and wounded others. Tho prison .Via The .THE ers were armed by the uherift and told to protect themselves and they very soon repulsed the mob. W.Sherman Blackwell, sentenced 'Qj leUISVIltC W.A4V J CH!lA?"5rj-- ' to the penitentiary for 13 years for kil' .ing Young Bodard in Webster count, Only Dining Car Route From was pardoned by Gov. Brown. lilacK-wLOUISVILLC 4. NASHVILIC R. R. 1 There was J had rerved four years. no especial reason for the pardon except the line for you, as its It that the murderer was well connected Elegant Pullman Visnbuied and influential persons asked it. Make close connections at Sleepers of Modern ''aitern The Kentucky Distillers' Association CrOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For maps or any inloi'i addicts adopted an agreement to limit whisky For all points K. H. BACO FKANK J. REID, , productiou in Kentucky for the next G. P Agent, CUKOUGH TICKETS SOLD. or II. P Aent, x BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH three years to 55 per cent of the average Chicago. LuuUvll e For any information enquire of output during the fiscal years of 1890, Bo SURE Agent, JOES. HICK. Stanford, Ky D enver. to call for ISt Paul '01 and '02, the agreement not to be MONON' unless 90 ner cent of the distil bindinc Route, lery capacity of the State goes into it. Tho Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellowa in Beesion at Atlantic City, N. J., AND selected Dallas, Texas, as the place for its next meeting. The secretary report0 ed a lodge membership of 790,705; encampment members and 225,189 Rebekah members, which raised a total revenue of $8,427,870 53, most of which was paid out in sick benefitP, burials and SOLD TO ALL POINTS: charities. Auditor Norman has had R. M. Kel-lOHIO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, editor in chief of the Louisville WISCOWSiW, Commercial; Walter Forrester, managing editor, and B. Dupont, proprietor of the MISSOURI, KAHSAS, Louisville Press Company, indicted on a NEBRASKA, COLORADO, charge of libel at Frankfort. The indictCom ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, ment is based on a charge in thehis refalsified mercial that the auditor w TEXAS, port by which it waB made to appear that there was a balance in the treasury, S0UTH-WE.BE WEST, when they chimed there was in fact au FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS overdraft of over $200,000. AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. The court of appeals established an BEsYrOUTE TO THE important precedent in regard to payTHE ment of witnesses' claims. It haa here tofore been the practice to make tuo mtMAH VESTIBUIED COACHES, county from which caseB are removed on SLEEPING AND DINING CARE changt-- of venue beat all couta of mileSEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE age, &c, but tliH court in tho cases arisilQRFOLKWESTERN RAILROA. ing out of the Fields and Adkina trials at Barbourville, on a chango of venue CHEAPEST, BEST NQ QUICKEST LINE. -i- a n, from Perry county, holds that tho State DescrlpUt Write for Ratei. Maw, treasury must hear all such expenee, terapUIois, to any Station Agent, or to M. f. BRAdC, except in cases of deputies, removal of ALLtN HULL, . O. BCVILC. at-- Tsteit if records, &c. ni. tr POWDER Bar-castegi- n, Slus-Cras- s The iMiturily, a.) ear olds -- . . ?;.3s a it Class, pacing l,eo a 14 Clans, trotting .... ifOe SATURDAY, OCT. ta. The Pacing Futurity, 1,0-a.ia s.iass. inittine t.tb Class, trotting teo MONDAY, OCT 1,. Frro-fo- r all, trotting Ss,a The Kentucky s.ooa j:o6 Class, pacing i.ouo TUESDAY, OCT. 15. The Stallion Representative, IS.ooo Class, trotting 1, ess s:ao Class, pacing jeo VKUNHS DA Y.OCT. 16. The Johnston, i:i Ircltsrs 1,000 s:n Class, troltinr. COO a:sj Class, trolling est bidder. THURSDAY OCT. i;. Buclcltn's Arnica Salve. Corn, a lot The Lexington, Battels Woo, The best salve in the world for cuti, bru ses, About i , 500 l,tHje sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chopHay Im 1:11 Class, pacing fodder, j.ai Class, tiottlng lOO skin eruptions. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all It is Fill DAY, OCT. 18. plements, Cows, Hogs, Horses and It positively cures piles, or no pay repaired. money The WiUon, guaranteed to give perlcct satisfaction or pacers J,COO Mares, S7 Sheep, nine refunded, i'nee S cents per boa. For sale by The Ashland, yearlings, trotting l,O0 Stanford, Ky A.R. Penny, a.evo The 1.19 trotters 5 work Mules. by Liberati's Military Uand.Tu A Housohold Troasuro. At the same time and place 1 will rent to the Excursion rates from all sections One fare from V., sa)t that highest aud best bidder lor the year 189(3 I). W Fuller, of Caoajohane. N. points in Kentucky Kntry listen application. he always keeys Dr. King's New Discovery In the ED A.TIPTON, Sec'y. house and his family would not be without it, If S procurable. O. A Dvleman DruKlfist, Calslill, N. V . sais that Dr Mnz's New Discovery n undoubtedly the best Uouirn remedy; that he has too acres to be cultivated In Corn, jo acres for fTQ ' W1" lakt " ,h hldr l cn k1 acres of Grass has forcaihorln trade ler uvditinhis lamily lor eight seajs. and itWhy small gr'in and about 130be cultivated In Laud court dsys at Stantord or at my home leather en in Olten-Helland to small ts claimeu lor it l'osiession of the ceve. failed to do all that Chat. Ennslin, Tanner. not try a rimcdyso lone tried and tested Iria grain will be gn en lor sttding purposes as soon battle tree at A. K. Penny's Drug Store. Keju as the corn is cut and full possession of It and Ibe lar sire joc.and ji.oo. other land will be given January 1, iSy6, 1 ERMs The property will be told on a credit ol three mouths fromday of sale and the purchasSpoclmon Cnsos. er will be required to execute note with approved S. H. Clifford, New duel, Win , was troubled pcrmual telling interest from day of A farm with gsed dwelling and all necesury with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach sale. All sccuritr, of llu.tentille. outbuildings, 1 miles s sums under io casti was disordered, his liver was alf ected to an alarm, Kilty or Cwacrts to go in corn, to go in wheal The retiterof the land will be reiiiilrcd to ins decree, appetite fell away and he was terribly two notes of tcj'ial amonnts with approved give and JJ or 30 to go in hewp 'I 40 wentyhve acres in reduced in tlesh aud strength. Three bottles s land. and January good grass. All security and due July 1, Klecttic Hitters cured him. Terms, Monev Kent in Advance ISAAC Ml ELM, J K , Kxor i. iV Edward Shepherd, IIarrisbur, Illin Also too llushels Hurt Oats far a'e. T D lirglun. Auctioneer ears' stand-irunning sore oil his Us of eiht E. S. POWELL, Ued three bottles of Klectric Hitter HtHtesivllle, Ky. 54'tmo boxes of Huckleu's Arnica Salve and hd leg is sound and well' John Speaker, . Catatrbis O., had fie large fover sores on his letf; doctor ! said he was incurable. Cue bottle ot Llectru ric Hitters and one box Huv.klens Arnica Salve -:- entirely. Sold by A R I'enn,drui-Bist- . cured him in Califor- entered into a conspiracy nia have Will as: at Kxecutor,Admlnlitrator anJ Assign-- e against cleanliness. Ttiey have agreed 6pecial attention 'given to Settltynenti pi to raiee the price of their product. as Atto'Dcy and Sals and Division 01 Kil patrick. un Americau e'utry, broko slants Lands. the world's record on Manhattau Field Office on LancasterS overSupt. W. F. MeCU y" run. Wefers, American, T' office in tho dash in 9 4 5 seconds. won ttie In addition to an iucieitse in the beer tax, it is rumored that the secretaSuccessor to J. II. HlRgins, D.alers in ry of tho treasury will reccommeud that the special tax on proprietary medicines be restored. In n fight between John L. FerguKv. son and two negro employes on one side and William McCormack and two pons We will continue the coaltiusiness at Mr HI will i.ateou hand at all times on the other at Ferausin. Friday. Fer ems' old stmd andwhienwe wilt deliver promptly. lltetery bestcoal to guson aud one of the McCormack hoys We will sell sttlctly for cah and will maketo itpay the intetcttot the peopled this section 37 were fatally wounded, while the other Cash. combatants were seriously hurt. The wife of J. H. Moore, of Lewis EXECUTOR'S SALE. county, presented her husband with girls ami one boy, triplets Saturday, two As Exccutsroi aggregating iu weight 20 pounds While Shelby I will on the estate of Mrs. Mary Steele thia is remarkable, it iH not all the good 1, luck Mr. Moore bad on that day. He had an iucrease on his farm of 27 pine Sell on the premise! at tre famllv residence, "Arcadia," at public outcry to the high. and two pups. SSO-yard 100-yar- i, Loxlneton, October 8 to TOESDAV, OCT. 8. Kentucky's Futurity, ine icunesscc, 1 u pacers ., - 18 m v iff w &J Ocntlst, : Stanford, : Ky. Opposite the Post-Otn- Offica on Main Street, c JiJ.eoo R. R. Noel &Son, of Coal, Stanford, a:i; Class; trotting Free-for-a- ll; The Wist, a:o trotters Class, trotting The Trnnsylvania a 16 Class, pacing WEDNKSDAV, pacing OCT 9. . - 4,oo . l,eas THE MSTINH0USE. Crab Orchard, Ky. Good I.Wsry Attached, it -- em W. S. Fnte. pf lintel $s.oo per A. II. HASTIN, Prop. J.eo .. All Kinds THURSDA V.OCT. a:ji Class, 10. s,Co Meet all Trains,nlght and day. Patrons taken to 1,000 any part of town Fice of Charge. day. trotting....... FRIDAY.OCT.it. - $j,o i,ms jo Ally, at Law. Hurch, U. M. Newlanl, Deputy Sheriff Buroh. 2c ITowlfind, Gonoral Colloctors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky We offer our servlcts lolhe public to do a gtn era! Collecting Ituiintst. Accounts, notes, tic collected in all parts ol the county. 11 6m TuQsday, Oot. of and 1895, ......... Dohom Tour C.-ttl- o i,o of farming Jlules and lllue-tlra- I will ip to any place where there are six or more cattle lo irhom. I do the work with the Lightning Drhoruer Can dehorn auy cow In three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, dots not crush nor break the horn, at the clipper docs. It it the only humane way tads-her- n Does not punish hc animal like the saw, and the wuund gets well as quick again as that made by the saw, Fui further information, call er. U. A PKVrON, Stanford, Ky. See the Llghtn'ng Pruning Hook. iai. About 380 Acres of Land, 1 am now ready to deliver lee irom the Minftrd Water, Light and lee Company's Factory IOE It. - I pounds and up I Win niiJCiO. At .jo Cents Per Hundred Pounds And over and.Kc a pound for to 100 Hills due tstof each molHh 10 , FOB. B.BITT. uihel first-clas- II It EM ER, Stanford. TO THE LADIES I 8, per-ou- n. n My M l.tn r Sk is f ill an 1 c nplele Call Lew and examise and you will be sure t buy Spring Hal. MISS! ICCIK IIEAZLKY, Stitnford, Ky STANFORD College. Female 1895 FOH Si5JCJ2 s Jo-si- ah is-iden- ce THE Stanford, Ky. Fall Session Opens Sept. 3 ments Scientific, Study Two Good Ilustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. Hlue-Grns- A. $3. PKICti, Surgeon Dentist, Farms near Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' 1 ROYAL OF BARKER HOUSE, QUEEN AND CRESCENT Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Day. The heirs ol Mrs. America llailry, deed., offer her two Farms, situated al ut erne rnilo Lincoln eottaty, west of Huttonvllle, Classical and Special Courses ot Ilradfordsville turnpik in road These two ett ihe Farms adjoin and taken together contain j(o acres bl of Music, Art, French and Kloc itlon. land and can be divided se as to Include about 140 P. U. HI LEY, I'roprlotor, lies t teachers employed, each a specialist In her acre In the home place and too acres in the eth own Department. er. The buildings and Iraprrarc mclila rm each - - Djarding pupils under th direct supervision ol are comfortable and substantial, i'.ach ! the farms teachers is well watered and cootement te. gixl scheoli For turther Informsiioo, address and churchca Terms reasonable. t have moved la my new Hotel and am better I'lllc clear WILLIAM SHELTON. President. For further inforraatlrn apply 10 either of us. iterated than ever to accommodate IB public, P. 1IAILEY, ..anferl, Ky., J. llood Livery attachM and every convenience diHOCKl.k. liustonvllle, Ky. J nted. Give in. a call. FAYKTTE DUNLAP, M. I)., Dan- S 17 fRANK RII.EY. vllle. Kr W a 10K. J F BARKER, Proprietor, j T JTNII, MA.VAC.CK Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- Drug Store in the Owsley Hullding. xSSS for sate THE 1ULEY HOUSE London. Kontucky. Farfflers Bank&Trnst Co OT STANFORD, KY., - asaranee Company JOKES BBOS., Paint Kslimaics furnlsncd for painting Wood. Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction ftu...n,..t All roofs painted wllh Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guatanteed for years. Dealers In bt.l elf crn Pumps and Galvanised Iron Filters. 6im DON'T FORGET THAT Remde!ed and refurnlshe.i throughout. Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Klecttic Hells Prompt aud polite service to guests. 47 Is now fully organised and ready lor business wit- Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. $200,000 Sol proprietors Dean's lllack 2i,000 Dl.ound Roo BARBEE ng-to- n, m STORTH WEST, JlJiteiiiiii koxrisirxx.x.E I ell Couble Daily Trains TO CHICAGO. SUCCESSOR loTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with the asms assets and uod.i ibe same management. By provisions of its chiller, depositors arc as fully protected as aie depositors in Natioaai Banks, its shareholders being held Individual! Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court luolc to the extent oi the amount of their stoci Hou.e. Collections receive especial attention S3 therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to th amount invested In such shirts. It may act's eaccutor, administrator, trustee, &c, as fully , SPRING AND SUMMER. lb individual. To those who entrusted their bulsincss 10 tu Something.to Beautify tho Ladies. while tnnaglng the Lincoln National Uaak al Stanford, we w. here tender our many thanks ant trust they will continue to transact their buiinraf New Hats, flowers and lacesl with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenDally opeiunmg tion to same, our twenty years' experience Is Wc cite the assurance to the trade that they wil bar.king and as liberal accommodatiens as are co find in our ft abllthmcnt the same exeluslvcncss n style of patterns, hats and bcuneta and all the tisleiit with sound banking. leaning novelties in Millinery for which we are knowu throughout the country. DtHICTORs: I ha.esecurtd trimmiir for theses-son- . a J . Williams, ML Vernon; Thauking you tor past favors, we respect H. Shanks, Stanford; fully sol.cit sour patronage hereloforo so literally M D IU1DERAR- J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Ust.v.ed. KATE DUDDhRAR. Manager. S J. Etabry, Stanford; J. B Owsley, Sranforl; J. F Cash, Stanford. OR FOR William Gooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Millcdgevills, W. H.iCumuiins, . Preachers i He I would hi t lo exchange my LIVERY STA. S. H Shanks, President 111. K in Loiidjn. Ky., consisting of 15 good, freih llni.ct, Kuckh, Drummers' Wagons, and in lact Or. J U Uwsley, Cathisr, btable, everj ihieg connected with a W M Wright. r.H a small 1'aru. of a'jout 6o acres near Stanford. for 'I his mi tit It alino I new, having bought Ihe most of it since the fiist of July. My only reason for lesiriug ti dispose ot the property is that I have ether business that rqutvs my wnoie lima. The can are a fie years' lease on pirtv whotr-ideOF STANFORD, KY. Trus trade will suit anylody who tne barn wantk 10 ma e murit) for I have a gocd trade Stock-Surplu- s est iblish'd 1 wou d like to have some correspondence with parties who have Farms to Attorney at Law, - Stanford, Kentucky. THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKY. KY., Have just been overhauled and repaired lion botRichmond City Mill Works, of Uichruond, Ind . and wilh capacity now increased, are doing more and better work than ever before, and with Ihe old reliable I) V Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of good Ho turn and bring us Flour and fair treatment your grinding and when bu; Ing call lor our old and wall established brands. Fasonte Patent. Ladies' I'avori's and Kakers' Choice. HATES A SON, to K. L Tanner Jk favorite Milling Co. tom to top by the Lauiou first-cla- ss G. B. COOPER, -- ..Proprietors SALE EXCHANGE. of... ...... Uvcry and FcedStable, STANFORD, KY. Having bought of P W. Green his Llverv business and added new buggies and horses, we arc prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S flrst-clai- a FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital TURNOUTS s ' NORFOLK RAILROAD. cj.st R M JACKSON, London, Ky. WESTERH TICKETS 134,-33- y, mers' Wagons, either single or double, or Cam ages of very LOW PRICES. The boys'n and around town will alto find us the people to deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for. Attention of the public is invited to th. far G, II. COOPER that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; Under the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor as amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this inslitution are secured by a fund of oo,ooc. Five iworn statements of thecondition of tht bank are made each yearto the United States guvsra nient and lis assets are examined at staled timet IVW. GUEEN, Proprietor. by government agents, thus securing addititons ana perfect safety lo depositors. : : : This institution, originally established as tht Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then tied as tne national nana: 01 Stanford in iS6 and as the First National Hauk ol 1 am still running again this Hotel and iunlord in iSSa, has had practically an uninter- will continue to give my guests the politest atten-tna- s rupted cxistenceof js years. It is better supplied well as tho best the market aUurds. low with lacllities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in it. long antf SpeciaPjAttention to tho Travelhonorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-ted- . Public. On short notice. The traveling public wilt fiad us alwajrs ready and willing to turnish Drumail-.ndsat ...8200,000 - 23,700 The Myers House, n Stanford, Kontucky. it ing K0RTH-WE5- T, S1 NORTH AND EAST. Th Directory ol this Uanlc is composed ol Forestua Ileid, Lincoln county; M. S. Haugiisun. J. W, S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Ilaughtnan,! Lincoln; rKOfKfKTOKS J. S. IIocLer, Stanford;' W. A. Trlbble, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford; K. L. Taunvr,(McKinnev; M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernoo.Ky - J. 0. Hockcr, Presldetit; . . J do. J. McRoberts, Cashier; If A. A. McKinney, Asit. Cashier. firit-cla- you need livery give us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our atabl. See u for rates. In our M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIYISRY, FEED & SAI.E STABLE, Stanford, Kontucky. sa T. : T. : STJTTOIT. HARNESS SHOP of Harness, Bridles, Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by our man, he understands his business. We have mechanic in our first-cla- UNDERTAKER, You will find a good assortment TJme-Table- s, JUiiilf' HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. coln aud Casey Counties. .irtrriiu mok.K.Ti. r-- "'"'laa.o. koi.vi.ta i. HIGGINS & McKINNEY, .. V.. Offers his services o tao pesplo ol West LinBLAOKSMITHSHOP. Full stock of Coffins Will guarantee work and! aatisfictory on hand. aud Caskets always p'lcts, Tiy our hone sheer. D. S. Carpenter, Manager, yj .' i t- - U. . v , tussse.u rf'-- s ei.iBli lttA.-- ,a