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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895092701 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.Weekly Interior Journal. vol. xxiii. HUSTONVILLE. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27. 1895. The Business Manager Jots Down a Few Items While on His Rounds. NO. 60 Christian CoUto Iwa an attendanct cf 05 pupils at present. TbU is connil-ere- d n very promlMntt beglnninK and Preeiilent Plnkurton feels that the outlook is encourflginit. Last week Allen A Lyona boURiit of 3j. Thov have Bud Dunn 50 fat hoKs cattle that they about 80 first clans are holding for a fancy price. When Cole Oarponter'a 8lnp, Judito Caronltz'a cat aud Henry Xnll'e rheumatism all fall in preJictlng rain, It ub to possess our soul in pntieuce while the dust getH deeper in the roiule. The raKO for rnllllrik' is coufliimlnj: this community. Dame Fortune is show erinx gold watches around with prodigal liberality and ono gentlemen now avers that he will rhilla otT his house and lot. Everybody la hereby clven notice to "get olT daddy's way" when theyj nee little Billy. Wright approaching. It is the finest boy in Lincoln oounty and Billy la doing hb well as could.be expected. The tobacco crop of this section is out of sight. Nearly all of our growers have had to build additional barns, so far has the yield exceeded expectations, while good judges pronounce the qunll-t- y all that could bo desired. James Fryo has returned from Cincinnati, where hi went to lay In a fresh stock of goods. Mies Mac Logan no has her millinery emporium up stairs over Mr. Frve'a More, where she desires her old friends and customers to give her a call. The typhoid fever obtaining hero this Fall seems not to have been of h virulent character. Charley Adams has about recovered; Xell Adams is convalescing, as is also Miss Om Wright. (John Harmon, who is sick with Bright's disease, is very feeble, but thinks with the cool weather ho may gut better. Mr. Charles Whrolur, formerly of Maysllck, ia now a full Hedged citizen of our town and has opened up a brand new stock of goods Mr. Wheeler's wife, ft Henry Wilson told mo that it was fortu- -' unto for tho young republican that no The postponement of circuit court for no dnmocat was present to answer his n week whs not generally understood by charges agiinst tho democratic party. tho ItockcHftle people and the avernee Mr. Wilson, as most of our roadors crowd wbh not on hand Monday. The know, in ono of thn most prominent repatent medicine man, strange to say, was publicans of tho State, but from his connot there and the day had not much of versation I read.ly concluded that he did tho appearance of big court. In fact not sanction tho cause of Mr. Finley and three courts a year seoniB to ho too much other members of his party. A few democratic speeches would do lor hs cood a oounty as Rockcastle and to a .mm up a tree it looks like a waste lots of good in the portion of tho mounof time. tains I havo h?en and I sincerely hope In tho afternoon, that clever young Chairman Norman will send out somo democrat, J. Mort Rothwell, of Lancas- good men at once. E. O. W. i MT- - VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. eon ami nioc. Mim Bessie Worlhingon, nro with him. Mrs. Wheeler expects aoou to have en opening of millinery in the room over her husband's store. Mr. Wheeler's family occupy the euit of rooms vacated by 1). S. Carpenter, wiiile the latter gentleman and wtfi-J- . board nt the Weatherford Hotel. Moso Cook left for Nashville last week after quite a visit to rolativesnd friends. Mosca' business success is a source of gratification to his many friends in this community. M lanes Bet tie and Mac Logan, Miss Belle'lUivenr, Mrs. Isaac Steele, O. T. Griggs and wift', John Ellis, James Goode and mauyloth era took in the G. A. It. at Louisville from this place. Miss KmmaUWrlght has returned from a visit to herjuncle, Mr. John Cooper, in Louisville. James B.Cook was in on a visitltfrom the mountains, where he has been measii' ring brandy for Uncle Sam.JJJ. G.Weath erford, of Milldale, wbs with us a few days this week. Sam Lusk paid a visit home a few days ago. If Sam has any inlluenco with the weather bureau he ought to sond his old friends some rain. John Taylor and wife, of Bradfordsville, were here last week visiting herjfatlier, G. M. Givena. J. E. Meredith,! Grand Army man, and former citizen of;Caney county, is payini: old friends and relatives hero a pleasant visit. He is now located at Linnvllle, Iowa, and is very euthusiaBtic concerning tho (advantages and prospects of his State. )MIbs Sarah Phillips is at Danville visiting Mrs. Yea-geMr. Dick Powoll, of Moherly, Mo , is visiting his cousin, Jas. Powoll. Mifcs Slmpsou, of Lancaater, spent last Sunday with tho family of Smith Powell. r. Man Vv a Tubk. A bad dog at tho Flowers placed a home of Mr. Johu young man from town in.'an embarrassing predicament ruesdav.iovoning about dark. The dog, lying iu'l.tho door, discovered the young man when ho was within a few steps of him and forthwith begau ft raco to nu applo tree near by, the young man reaching a place of safety on a limb oi it in time to eavo moBt of hla clothing, tho dog retaining a libeml portion of it in his mouth as proof of his business qualifications. A yell or two brought Mrs. Flowers to tho front door, when with trembling voice tho young man stated that he Jcaino to soe her husband on business,; but that the dog had made him leive the earth temporarily. 8ho kindly called Mr. Flowers, who chained tho canine, and coming down from his lofty perch, the young man transacted his business with Mr. Flowers and departed, .swearing vengeance ou the big red dog. Jack Rout had a similar experience 'with a vicious canine at Mr. M. F. Elkin'a Isomo time since, and he is about tho only ono who ia sympathizing with instead of laughing at tho hero of this narrative. Shktaw. ter, spoke to n large and enthusiastic audience. His speech took well and ho was frequently applauded. Harry Ever-solof London, utteinpted to answer Mr- Rothwull, but his tiresome tirade on tin democratic party in general aud Gnn. Hardin in particular, proved uninteresting and if his party was not ashamed of Mr. E's. t'lForta it ought to have been. Mt. Vernon Is feeling good just now. Her citizens think thoy will get tho proposed railroad from Rock Castle Springs and they aro Jubilant over It. Some building is going on, the Bchools are nourishing and there is evidence of prosperity on ail sides. May her fondest hopes he realized and may tho quaint little town grow until hor corporate limits include Maretsburg, Langford, Pine Hill aud the other euburban villages. The young peoplo gave a unique and creditable entertainment Monday night under the management of Aire. Clco Brown. The talent of the town took part and it was enjoyable from "beginning to end. From Mt Vernon I went to tho Magic City of Middlesboro. Crops nro better there thla yenr thnn for yearn, notwith standing the dry weather aud ns a tho citizens have little or nothing to complain of. The various farmers on Cumberland Avenue leel just a little abovo thofeo of Chester Avenue, while ttiOHt of Q icensbury Heights aro uot "In it" at all with them. Some of tho finest corn I ever haw is growing on tho ?P() per front foot lots, whilt watermelons are raised there that would take the blue tie at any countrv fair. Tho Watts pig iron furnace has been running day and night for n week or more and it is thought that it will be kept permanently at work. Tho gun works will likely start up soon, while tho tannery and cast iron works have been going all along. Another little enter prise that Middlesboro is proud of is The Walla Wnlla Chewing Gum Factory. M Mrs. Charlie Wood, James and Jake Robinson and A. McKco Kinnaird aro tho gentlemen at the head of it and it is proving a success. Ther have the exclusive right at the Atlanta exposition and while they had to pay 13,000 cash for it, it is thought they will come out ahead and set a splendid ndyortlsment besides. Tho Middlesboro Hotel will open again in a few weeks. It has beon leased by a Winchester party who claims ho will make tho best S'J house in the Stato of it. Middlesboro needs a good hotel. It may iuterest a fear of our readers to know that Alex A. Arthur, who used to b liiuh at Middlesboro, is still living in elegauco and ease. He spends most of his time in New York, while his family resides at Harrogatoi Tenn., in a mansion, with a round dozen sonants to nttenJ their wants. Mr. Arthur is one of tho few people who mado moiipy out of the boom that tho Magic City had and he is enjoying it to tho fullest extent. Tho Lincoln county people who live in Midiileeboro are doing as well as could he expected. Mr. T. M. Pennington and family aro doing a good business with their grocery; Mr. James B. Robinson, who also owns a grocery store, is making money; Mr. Matt Woodson is a success ns chief train dispatcher and gets a fine lary, white W. R. Fretwell is manager of the yard nt tho Watts Steel Plnutand draws nigh on to 100 per mouth. It wont do to spoak detrimentally of Middlesboro in the presence of her citi zens, luey Btlll Hold their town in hiuh regard nud woo be unto tho mau who pokes fuu at it. With nil of its short comings Middlesboro is uot as had as it might bo and really is a pleasant place to e, muck-a-muck LANCASTER, CANARD COUNTY. Price Bros, sold to Rankin Bros., of Wayne county, 10 mules at S20. Mrc. S. II. Anderson entertained in honor of somo young friends Tuesday evening. Miss Bessie Buruside entertained Wednesday evoning In honor of her cousin, Miss Pearl Burnside, of Stanford. There, was an unusually large crowd in attendance court day ami plenty cattle ou the market, bringing 3 to 3j cents. Cows and calves brought 125. Eleven shares of Citizen's National Bank stock belonging to the estate of Willis Adams, deed . sold Monday. It was bought in by tho bank at $120. License was granted to Joe Marshal o, to wed Miss Jennie Stewart, of as well as to Frank Matlock to to marry Miss Luey Pitrcell, both in tho vicinity of Walker's school house. Dr. Vaughan, tho presiding older of tho Methodist conference, will hold the first quarterly meeting hero at the court house, beginning Saturday evening, and will conduct the services Sunday morning Rev. F. M. Hill, who has had charge of the Methodist church hero for tho print two yenrs, has been returned by tho Methodist conference for another yenr. 1 no members ol his congregation wero much pleased when they lHsrned he would again become their pastor. Mrs. Dorcus Dabney received quite a pntnful injury Sunday night. She was at .Mrs. Mary Uunulngham s and was stepping upon the back porch, when she slipped and fell, brusing herself considerably and cutting a gash above ono of her eyes. Fortunately it was nothing more than a bad bruise and Mrs. Dab-ne- y is rapidly recovering. Judge Thomas, of Lendville, Col., is the truest of frienJa in this county. Will O. OwBloy, who has had such a lone spell of illness from tho burn ho received last Spring, was well enough to to his work in the revenue ollice nt Richmond this week. Miss Lizzie Smith, of Torre Haute, Ind., is expected to day to visit her aunt, Mrs. George R. Hardin. Mr. Edgar Boner, of Hannibal, Mo., is the guest of his father's family. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Capt. John Rose, of Louisville. Mrs.W. G. Duulap, of Lexington, is tho guest of hor parents, Gen. and Mrs. W. J. Landram. Elder George Gowen visited friends in Stan ford this week. Miss Kate Craig, after a pleasant visit to her aunt, Mrs. D. M. Lackey, has returned to Louisiana. Mr, A. G.Scott and B. Farrio left Monday for their new homo at Phamix, Arizona. Preach-ersvillret-ir- Tho continued drouth has almoet caused a water famine. Ealoy Lackoy and Tom Madrell were givon 10 years for rape. Men's fine shoes, congress and We publish this list for the ben-fi- t The Presbyterian Sunday-schoo- l was lace, Si. 25, up. held at tho Institute last Sunday. of our readers Ladies' kid button shoes, good Mr. A. R. Dycht, of tho London Echo, and Mr. E. O. Walton, of tho I. J., ones, Si. Arbuckle's Coffee, wero hero during the week. Ladies' kid button shoes, extra Granulated Sugar, 5c. Mrs. Lucy McDonald and Mrs. E. fine, Si. 25 to Si. 50. Brown Sugar, Bookout, of Fordham, Mo., who loft hero Smoked Bacon, 10 years ago, aro visiting relatives here. Men's fine stiff hat, late style, Black Pepper, 10c. Court convened Monday and busi- Arm and Hammer Soda, 7ljC. Si. Mr. aud Mrs. Walt Smith rejoice Men's fine soft hat, Alpine, Fire Proof Oil, 175 test, 15c. over their first born, a sou, named Fred crusher hat, 50c. Eggs, 10c; Butter, 15c. Sloan, who was born Tuesday, Sept. 24th. ncss is moving right along under the charge of Judge Morrow aud State's AtChildren's suits, 5 to 14 years, All Calicoes, 5c. torney Lester Best Apron Ginghams, 5c. 75c to $3. A lady wasseen riding a bicycle one Bo)s suits, coat, pants and Dress Ginghams, 5c to day last woek. This was a novel sight vest, S2 up. Hoosier Cottons, 5c. for tho villagers as the wheel has but reMen's suits, $3, S4.S0 up. Full yard wide Bleach Cotton, cently been introduced here. Boys' cape overcoats, S2, S3 .50. There will be interesting exercises 5c Youth's overcoats, S2.50 up. Masonville and Lonsdale Bleach held at tho public school Friday afterMen's overcoats, S2.50 up. noon. Patriotic songs and speeches will Cotton, 74c. This is only a partial list but it Men's heavy cotton socks, 5c precede tbo flrfg raising. gives an idea of what most staple Tho following persons will leave for per pair. Texas points within next two weeks: Ladies' fast black hose, 5c pair. articles cost, and if your home merchant will not sell them to you Homer and Miss May Miller, W. J. Heavy work shirts, 25 c. and Grove O. Kennedy, Jr. F.legant white counterpane 75c. at these prices go to James Frye, About 11 o'clock Inst Monday night at Huston ville, Ky., who will be the frame work about Mr. Krieger's lime glad to do so. Also, he will make Men's heavy boots, Si. 50 to you a suit of clothes to order from kiln caught fire and was almost $2 50. before the watchman awoke. any sample in the Royal Tailors' Men's heavy shoes, $1.25 to Book, of Chicago, for Si profit. Miss McCall, of Missouri, is visiting ll her uncle, Mr. Jos. McCall. Misses $1.50. Of course these prices are for cash. Brown, Berta Martin and Carrie Lair visited friends in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens were up from Berea this weok. Mr. Sidney J. Haley is the guest of Dr. Williams. Mr. Harry We ber is out from Louisville. Prof. J. S. Rcppert was in town this week. Tho musical waa well attended and THEall of the participants rendered their parts well. The solos were encored loud ly. Tho duetts by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sparks, and Mioses Miller and McClure wero very beautiful. The recitations were excellent. Thcso by little Miis Annie Thompson and Master McKeDzie Brown showed marked talent among the juveniles. Mrs. E A. Reppert, Misd Ida Mae Adams, Mrs. J. W. Nesbitt and Mr. R. G. Williams, assisted with recitations INTERIOR JOURNAL. PRICE CURRENT. v Groceries. 22c. 4c. 7c. Hats. Si-Men- 's Dry Goods. Clothing1. Sc. New-com- b Boots and Shoes. com-sutn- I Flo-re- I HEW STORE AI -- IUSTONVILLE, Charles EIVIPORSU m - OF A LOCAL NATURE. Judge Zick U. Crutcher died at Pineville. Sam Cbenault, son of Anderson Ohenault, died in Madison, aged 21. At Jellico, Otis Jones, bajjgaeiuas ter, while making up a train, slipped and his right foot was cut on. Hon. Eli Farmer, who killed Hamp Angel, in Pulaski, was discharged by the examining court on tho ground of self defense.. The Crockett brotherB, for the mur der of Dan Kidd, formerly of Casey, got a continuance at Columbia. James was held without bail and John's bond fixed at $2,500. During tho year ended Sep. 15 the real estate transfers in Madison were UO town lots, aggregating in value S152,0S0, 50; nnd 227 land transfers aggregating 5200,625 SO. On October New Goods at Roek Bottom Prices Everything In General VV. -:- - Merchandise, SiSLJCESMAN. J. W. Hocker. Clothing, Millinery, Clcaks, &c. SMITH YOWEEX., N. Craig, M. D. CRAIG STAN-FORD, & - IDZRtTQ-GKESTS- , HOCKER, , KEN-TUCKY- HUBBLE. We received a long lottor from sister Katie White, who is now In Now York attending a missionary school, with the view of crossing the waters soon, aud for tho pleasure of hor many friends here, we will say she is doing well aud enjoying life in her etlorts for fallen humanity. Dr. Lewis reports A. L. Spoonamore and little son some improved in the last few dayB. Squiro Beecher Adams, of liustonville, is visiting relatives here for a few days. S E. Owsley left Wednesday night for Arizona, with the viow of hunting somothing better than a Kentucky home. He leaves his family till he goes and looks. Death with his scythe came Monday evoning and mowed down the youngest aud tonderest son of Mr. and Mrs. Col. Underwood. He was sick of diphtheria only a day or bo, when Jthe struggle became too great for Vhim to overcome and ho quietly and calmly gavo up the battle of life and is now slngiug joyful praises, awaiting tbo arrival of his devoted father nnd mother. Archie waa a bright (little boy and his good mother and father can lo themselves In remembering thut they raised him in Sunday-schoaLd church nnd above all with; the happy assurance that he is now where there is no sin nor death.&OllieTodJ, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Todd, "was also called to quit the walks of life and go to the house not mado with bands, Sunday evening. Ho was sick of diphtheria ouly a short time aud of ;him and his good parents we can say the earao encouraging expressions of sjmpathy as We aro thoeo of the first mentioned. glad to note in connection with this that nb other cases appear at this time to be unmanngenhlo. con-sool live. 1 the Queen and Crescent will be dismembered, and most of We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet it will pass into the control of theSouth-er- n Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drugrailway. Tho officials at Cincinnati gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most will only control 33S miles of road, inliberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your prestead 1,142 miles, as at present. scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and Prof. J. M. Hubbard sends us tho fol accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line lowing from Gallatin, Tenn: Arthur of Spectacles. Craig & Hocker. "Oscar E. Roch, Parrnacist. Hubbard goes to work Oct. 1st for the Hargadine-McKittric- k Dry Goods Com pany, of St. Louie, one of the very best nnd largest in the city. Willie McAn nally has had typhoil fover about 40 - And days in Memphis. He came near dying but is notv slowly recovering. Miss Laura, his sister, is now sick nnd uneasiness exists on account of her serious con dition, Howard Female Collego starts The ofl well with over 00 girls, 10 of whom aro boarders, eight souiors nnd about 20 juniors. The Bchool grades up well. It is bound to grow. Its friends are en You are invifed to call and see them. thusiastic In its behalf. Physical culti-tuis free and all the girls aro drilled like soldiers by Miss Spencer, of Virginia. ANCHOR : STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, FARMS & HARDIN THE BLU-GKA.- BEST IN THE COUNTRV. HERD OK re After working the Magic City I went It is no longer considered neceecary to Pinevillo, thence to Btrbourville and to add tho R. S. V. P. (respondez s'il thence to Jollico and Williamsburg. All vous plait, answer if you please), as it is of theeo Iowcb nro growing some and if thoroughly understood that n dinner inthe world does not como to an cud too vitation demands nnd must receive an quickly they may bo cities of uo little immediate answer. It ia quite proper importance. Jellico is about tho "wet- to eend botn invitations and an anteet" town in tho country, there being H swers by post, and imperative that the in her corporate limits. All roply to n dinner invitation he sent by Boom to do h good budiunss, while the post following ita reception. Boston majority llourish like a green boy tree. Globe. It would make tho Lincoln prohibition It is au interesting fact that while ists shudder to see the amount of whisky tho now Rhode Island Stato capitol in sold tbero in a Binglo day. Providence 1b to be built of Georgia marPolitics is getting pretty warm in the ble, the Georgia Stato house is built of Eleventh district and republican rallies Indiana marble. Things away trom home are always just a little better, you The gum on tlio,bauk of tho postage will be hold in every town I have beon know. stamps of tho United States is mado in. Col. Bradley will be present nt most of thorn and jingo and republican oraA gang of piano swindlerp, recently from alchohol one part, BBcetic acid oue drivon out of Illinois, is working in dextrino two parts and water five tory will flow freely. Charles Finley, of part, Williamsburg, nominee for secretary of Kentucky. Tho fellows ss't permission parts. to leavo nu instrument for a few daB has brokon State, spoko at Pinevillo and Barbour- Tho New York Central China haa deposited 30,000,000 tuels ' villo Tuesday. I did not hear cither of in silver with which to pay Japan's sup. and take n receipt, which turns up in a the record again by running a train John plementary indemnity. short time as a 500 note. j his speeches, but 14S miles in 132J minutes. bar-roo- $c9Hii Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Stoclr. Pigs for sale from the best types ol Registere Breeder! secured from trip best herdi In several different States. Correspondence Solicited FALL STOCK, Latest : S tyl e " onapes, All Colors Soft and Stiffs. H. 5 J. . M'ROBERTS. JlHliV'?,.. .:' wJSSJfeiw rHwmwn in jv ?M . 1 fc r, t it f l There were 400 cattle oh the WinThe influence of the bicycle is platchester market Monday, with prices a the New York democratic high- little oQ owing to thn dry weather. 8tera form, which demands improved ways in the Interest of farmers and bicy- of 1,150 lbs brought 4c; 1,000 pounds 3r to 3; heifers 2 to 2) and mountain cle riders. At Dubuque, Wednesday, John R. s cere 2J to 3c. A lot of common yearling Considerable Gentry defeated Joe Patchen in three mountain Bheep $1.00. erroneous is his construction of it, and straight heats, going the last in 2;03J, demand for first class mare mulo colta at adds, "Your failure to defend your con- the fastest of tho season and the fastest $30 to 345. Other grades slow at $10 to f25. Domocrat. And keep coining to the big sale of men's and Hoys' of an indictment for victions by declining the nomination on third heat ever paced or trotted. TbK procuring against tbe Louisville a platform you can not conscientiously criminal libel CHURCH AFFAIRS. Commercial bv Auditor Norman and tbe support, forces me to defend my convicFOR GOOD subsequent refusal of that official to let tions by declining to vote for you." This Prof. J. B. Jones will preach at tho Failing to sell the Farm ol Sixty Acres near the a correspondent of tbat paper oeo tbe sounds well enough in theory, but it Cnristian church next Sunday. Lancaster pike, itwlll be offered at public auction Court day In October, 14th, It minutes of tbe sinking fund or have a wont do in practice. Democrats can not Rev. W. 12 Arnold will preach at at a o'clock Countyoefore. nevoid privately calspEEp pRYTON. copy of them except for pay, h not afford to turn over the State to tho re Somerset, his new charge, next Sunday. democratic party, of publicans just because Hardin chooses culated to do tbe The Methodist Conference for this which Major Norman is a candidate for to dictate instead of being dictated to. At the Louisville Store. Don't wait for anybody or anything, but GOOD-BY- E. section will meet next time at Somerset. re election, any sort of good in this camMethodist Conference The Northern to see all my fnenda And bid In Congressman Bkrry says he is going ia in session at Covington with Bishop them order to get have jut purchased very largo come if you can afford to spend $2.50, $., $$ or $10 for a man's suit farewell, I paign. The Commercial may have tran Wc will give you fully double the worth of your tock of General Merchandne and aim to tell come and spend it. ecended ita mission in its strictures on to enter the Senatorial derby. Can it be Fobs presiding. them 10 encap that you will always remember me, money. Hoys' Knee Pants Suits all brand new and latest style goods the auditor, but his acts are proper sub that Old Simon Bolivar bad him in his The Indiana Methodist Conference from 75c to $7. always been mind's eye when he said that Kentucky by an almost unanimous vote decided jects of criticism and it haa understood that the humblost citizen has bad better and moro deserving men for to admit women. While my atock la complete. C D. POWELL, Stanford. a right to look at the public records of the Senate than either McCreary or Vandals broke into a Newport t9 its officials, without money and without Blackburn? If he did, God wot the church and tore the Bible into pieces price. The people love fair play and the woodcock ought to make his usual re- and mutilated the organ with hatchets. very suggestion that there is objection to mark and fly clear away. another circus at Having rented my property I will ell at public Sam Jones an examination of the hooks will lead Uopkinsvllle Oct. 0. The people there auction on the prem ies at a o'cleck p. m. on Wc have received a full line of Fall and winter dress goods, flanNEWSY NOTES. them to think there is something do notBeem to know that they can get 28, 1895, nels, blankets, comforts and ladies, heavy underwear. Also a full line wrong. Gov. Brown has named November too much of a good thing. Houiehold of men's and boys' underwear. Wc bought these goods at very low A Btudont in tho Kentucky Bible A portion of myaud Harnrat. and Kitchen The auditor has been villified in sea- 8 as Arbor day. All thoae indebted a Husgy and son and out by the Commercial and Fire destroyed a mill and 10,000,000 College has opened a barber shop In his to me wtl please callMRS. settle at once. prices and we arc going to give ourcustomcrs the advantage of low LIZZIK 11QCKKR. there may be reasons why be declined to feet of lumber at Fond du Lac, Wis., en- room at the dormitory and shaves his 5, prices. fellow students, charging five contfl for a let its correspondent see the records, tailing a loss of $140,000. I growing out of bis lack of confidence in Fire at Hot Springs destroyed the share and 15 cents for a hair cut. Rev. H. G. Henderson, pastor of the Notice ia hereby given that I will res'st the payhim and fear tbat be might destroy Pacific Hotel, tbe Jewish synagogue and a note executed by me on Sept. j, 189s, to Winchester Methodist church, made the ment ofCoffey lor Jto, payable jo day alter date. them, but certainly he could do them no half a dozen other buildings. O. W. M. E. ALLLN, lluitonvllle, Ky. conference. Ev 59 3t Of tbe 200 consular positions pro- best financial report to harm while watched by the office force AND. order ery debt was paid in full, the amount We are sute there there is nothing wrong tected by the new Tax-PayeTo tho of Lincoln Co. raieed for the year being $3,754 54. in Maj. Norman's office and he must not about 150 are held by republicans. The meeting in tho new Ohritain ive Bemblance to the charge that there members of the Buck gang of Five y The t ix for the year 1895 ti long pait due. is by withholding anything from the outlaws have been convicted and sen- church at Georgetown, conducted by law have to settle with the State the last of NoSunday night vember. The lax muit be paid belors I can settle. Rev. I. J. Spencer, closed tenced to death at Fort Smith, Ark. Public. bo Ihe will please come forward ana I lave filled our Boot and Shoe Department with a full line of first- The oil excitement continues to with 72 additions to the church, 10 of pay promptly without furtherI delay. Respectfully. Kenton county usually sends with her T. NiWLAND, class qualities and at prices that will please you. If you want a pair Kentucky. A compa- whom accepted the Gospel invitation at 58 in Eastern Sheriff Lincoln Co. delegation to Stato and other conven- spread ny is now preparing to bore in Clark the closing. of boots or shoes you can't afford to buy until you have seen what tions a lot of toughs, who are a dicgrace Tho Diocesan council has voted to democracy. They county. you can do with us; wc can and will give you better boots and shoes to themselvcB and to President Cleveland has ordered the divide Kentucky into two dioceses. fight among themselves, are up to all As civil service system extendel to consu- Bishop Dudley to have charge of the I willGuardian of.Muilce Carpenter and othtu, for less money than any house in Stanford. Carpets, Matting, Oil rent on sorts of skin games and go in for what pay does not exceed Western and Bishop McCready of the Clqth at extra low prices'. lar officers, whose they can make. A lot of theso hoodlums 28, 1895, Eastern. The former will have 4,000 per annum. 2,500 who attended tbe last State convention f The Bnowfall in Denver Saturday communicants and the latter 2,700. This At Hutonville, Kjr , a Farn-- of a5 Acte, twenty Willard Hoat Louisville stopped at the acres for wheat, balance In grata. night measured 11.4 inches. The heav- section is in tbe Eistern diocese. 5 J. T. KOSE, Hustcnvlllc. tel and left a JHO bill unpaid. The Grinstend, the new Rev. W. E. fall in September was two K-Y1management has since used every means iest previous Methodist preacher, comes here from half inches in 1S75. except to sue, to get tbe bill paid, but and one law has Millereburg and is said to bo a man o' Montana's A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, without avail, those whose names are will ofTcr at public outcry to the highest and declared unconstitutional by Judge ability. He has a wife and eight children, now denying that been signed to the register bctt bidder, without reserve, on T. D. RANEY, Manager. of the district court, and the two of whom are married, and of the tbey were there at all. The hotel has Blake, lady, iB grown. His others, oue, a young gambling houses have reopened. Branch Stores. 1895, Oct. ordered suit to be brought, when the An American carpenter named first Bervice will be held here Sunday at At my reaiJence i'J miles wett of Hustonvllle, beats will likely bo smoked out of the Cynthiana, Lincoln county, known at the Hailey Farm, tha Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, James McCormack died in a Guatemala 11 o'clock. hole they are- - trying to bide themselves allowing peraonal property: A missionary who went to Central Versailles.. Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. hospital, leaving over a million dollars. in' iix Hroo Mares, j aged work Horses, three Africa to save the souls of the natives Hoiks, four a year olds, a yearling, two A search is being made for his heirs. ' weanlings, t aged work Mule, one. year old horse Gen. Maxwkll, 4th assistant postmaBy tbe building of tbe dynamite found on arrival that there was more Mule, Two splendid iiorse Mules, ster-general, reports tbat 13,142 dem- battery at San Francisco harbor, the money in supplying tho munitions of 6 yeaillng Mules, a weanlings, 6 tine Jacks, 5. one 4, that United States is now able to blow up war to the Arabs with which to fight his one 7 years old,tooneyears old, two j and yearling, ocrats have been given thoroughbred Stal. five Jennels, 4 7 stripper Cow, six lion, 3 Milk Cows and Calves, were hel'.i by republicans during the any hostile fleet tbat might attempt to own race. He prospered lively for a Yearling Heifers, a weanling Calves, t Shorthorn which is not a bad enter. Hogs, 13 stacks of Hay, Uull, year recently ended, 75 stock season, but at last caught it in the neck. stack yearling1,Oata, Full course in Literary Department. of Sheaf 300 bushels of Shelled Gats, showing, unless you bad surmised that Mrs. J. L. Isaacs, of Denlson, Texas, He wob hung recently in tho Congo Free too bushels of Whejt, two ahorse Wjgons, one Wood Binder, Disc Harrow, Mower. Hake, Five Months with Board, &c, for $S5, $90, $95, according to grade. the spoils had all been parcelled out be- learning tbat she was to be tried for lu- States for the crime. Plows, Cultivator and other Tanning Implements. fore.- The report further shows tbat nacy, saturated her clothing with coal Terms. Three months without interest on all adjourned Wednesday. Conference that amount and under, J. M. HUBBARD, Pkksident, in tbe Unit- oil, applied a match, and was burned The appointments for this, the Danvillo sums oyer $10; payable at the Nationalcash. Nethere are 70,604 Hank of gotiable note, Hustonville, will be required before property ia of only about 300 ed States, an increase district, are as follows: W. F. Vaughan, removed. Howard Female College, to death. Gallatin, Tennessee, SAMUEL KEID. during tho year, 2,163 having been disT. I) English, Auctioneer. si James Fuller, 53, and a married presiding elder; Danville, W. t. Taycontinued in that time, the greatest loss man, is in jail at Paris, charged with as- lor: Harrodsburg, J. R. Deering; Nich- occurring in Kansas, 53; South Carolina sault on a young married woman. He olasville, J. E Wright; Perryville, E. H- - Public Sale of a Fins BbGrass Farm. 44; and Iowa Bnd West Virginia 38 each. eaya he was only trying to kiss her and Godby; Mackville, S. W. Peeples; ChapFifteen other States show a loss of from had no evil intentions. E. A. lin, W. T. Eklar;Lwrenceburg, The Place to Buy two to 37 each. about 8 Situated A singular feature of the legislative McTire; Salt River. R, V. Clark; Sal visa, South east In Lincoln county, Ky , distance miles from if Danville andsama Sawyer; Stanford and jH mile from Shelby City, containTrigg county is that of the F. M. Cosby; Wilmore, J. A. Tub rule or ruin tactics of the Tam- contest in ing about 33 acres, in a high stale of cultivation. three candidates, two brothers, the old Burgin, A. P. Jonee; Lancaster and and Ihisls the well known Levi Hubble farm havmany Hall democrats prevailed in the one of the best watered Harms in Kentucky, F. M. Hill; Stanford anl resulted in est and youngest of the family, will be never lailint; springs and Knob Lick New York convention and Wc sell at the Cheapest Price. W.S. Grinstead; Richmond, ing eight Creek running through ihe enure place. The the county democracy, who were given opposing each other. contalna 10 rooms, all nccesiaty outbuildWy-at- t; G. W. Youny; College Hill, W. F. ings and numerous largo and small barns. Fencing representation, withdrawonly The Louisville and Nashville will Somerset, W.E. Arnold; E. and W. all in good repair. I ing in a body amid biases and jeers. inaugurate its proposed ale wilt take place at Danville, Ky., at I o'clk Pulaski, S. M. Carrier and J. S. Ragan; Those in the saddle then nominated a line of steamers on October 23, when By an Experienced Pharmacist. Junction City, J. N. Ison, Anbury Col- Monday, October 21, 1895 State ticket and the secedera say they the steamer Colligan will clear the port lege. J. W. Hughes. J. S. Sims wbb County court day. Terms liberal and to suit the will do likewise. The platform favorB of Pensacola for Liverpool. sent to Mayaville, F. T. Mclntire to Cal purchaser For further particulars apply to Mrs M. J. Hubble, Danville. Ky. or local option, opposes free coinage, deOne of the attorneys for Durrant In S8 ifornia. T. J. Godbv to TavlorBville. GEO. S SHELIIY, Mielby City, Ky. clares for sound money, endorses the ad- made the sensational charge in court Druggist, Stanford, Ky. the Middlesboro district H. O. Moore, ministration of Mr. Cleveland and op. tbat the pastor of Emanuel Baptist elder; Middlesboro and Pine-vill- e, presiding poses any backward step in tanu re- church was tbe murderer of Blanche WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF O. E. Bodwell; London, J. R. Peep-lea- ; form. a Lamont, whoso body wbb found in Whitesburg, Charles Clay; As Eaecutcrof the estate of Mrs. Mary Strcle The democrats of Fleming have nomi- church at San Francisco. W. L. Shelby; Jackson, C. H. Shelby I will on ! number of foreigners landTbe total nated 8. R. Newman, a McCreary man, Greer; East Bernstadt W. B. Ragan; Ir1, ing in this country with a view to befor the Legislature, but in order to secure vine, F. B. Jonee; Campion, J. L. West; harmony he will abide the decision of a coming American citizens wbb 212,733 Morehead. James E. Wright; French-bur- Sell on the premises at tre family residence, Chamber Suits, Centre Tables, Curtain Poles, Veranda Settes, "Arcadia," at public outcry to the highCutting Tables, Rxtension Brackets, Folding Beds, Japanrae I'ortlert, primary to be held for the purpose of for the year ending August 31, against J. R. Word; West Liberty, J. W. est bidder, Baby Carriages, Music Cabinets, Hldeloares, Church Furniture, finding out tbe choice of the people for 160.5S1 for the corresponding period the Hunter; Hazard and Hyden, J. L. StamCarpets, Mirrcri, Hall Furniture, Barbourville, About 1,500 Barrels of Com, a lot Wardrobes, per; Clay City, D. P. Ware; TJ. S. Senator. This is Mr. Rolla Hart's year previous. Oil Cloth, Hall Trees, Couches, Jail Furniture, Fodder, Farming Im- Chairs. Harlan county recently sentenced J. M. Wilson; Pine Hill, G. G. Ragan. county and it is to be hoped the demoof Hay and Hues, I'idtures and Easels, Hank Furniture, one murderer to death and has a chance Wall Paper. Straw Mattings, plements, Cent's, Hogs, Horses and Book Cues, Carpet Paper, crats will severely rebuke his boorish-neThe tunnel near Pleasant Valley, on Express Wagons, Dining Tables, Window Shades, Marcs, 87 Sheep, nine in refusing to introduce Gov. Mc- to keep up the good work. Mat Belcher, tho Louisville and Nashville road, caved brutally shot down and in. About 40 feet of earth collapsed, Mules and 5 work Mules. Creary to an audience there, on account an of his preference for Blackburn, the duty fatally wounded William Jackson, a ne- completely blocking all trains. and place I will rent to the same Clarence Bnvill, who chocked Nel- At thehighest time best bidder for the year 1S96 and devolving on him because he was chair- gro, on the streets of Harlan. Magnire to death near Glasgow, in At tbe Irish convention at Chicago, lie Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. man of the county committee. of murder and Finerty, who was elect- June 1802, was convicted confinement in bia punishment fixed at Herb's another republican who doesn't ed president of the organization, outlin- the penitentiary for life, 100 acres to be cultivated in Corn, 30 acres for small grain and about 130 acres of Grass Land. arwant a joint debate. Hon. John ed a bold plan for raising a standing Possession of the landtobe cultivated in smalt A Doubt. challenged Hon. John Bennett my of grain will be given lor seeding purposes as soon which might at of corn is cut Housowifo You art) a tramp, uln't youf ax the land will be and full possession 1896. it and tbe to meet him at numerous points in the tbe proper time strike for Ireland's ingiven January 1, Tourist Can it be possiblo that this other isTEKMS The property will be told on a credit 29th Senatorial district to discuss the dependence. Detroit ol three months from day of sale and the purchaslookH like blcyclo countenance? sues of their candidacy to represent the er will be required to execute note with approved A St. Louis paper says that a strike Txlbuno. personal security, bearing Interest from day of but the Hon. John "respectfully ia probable on the Wabash on account district, sale. All sums under $10 cash Sentiment and IJloomere. The renterof the land will be required to give declined the invitation," giving pressure of wholesale discharges of employes. Things all seem to bo awry, two notes of equal amounts with approved perof business as the reason. The Para- The company says tbe discharges are on sonal security and due July 1, 1806. and January Bulilos for their mothers cry, ISAAC SHELBY, J R.,Eaor. 1, ,807. Lovors for thuir All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing graph Bays that it may appear that Ben- account of incompetency, but the men Angrily tho futhora sweethearts sigh. T D. English. Auctioneer. fret and fame. afraid to meet Goodloe. Oh dear say it is because they belong to tbe style. nett is done in Naught la as it used to be, Ev'rywhero wo changes soo, no. It ia too plain for a simple appear- brotherhoods. Woman wnnts to bo more free, ance It is a dead open and shut. During the G. A. R. parade in Louis- All lxcouo thu blooming bloomers bloom. J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, New Hampshire Many maiden out at night Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic Although the Hon, Joe Blackburn ville the big bald head eagle,department Mako a in6st unseemly sight, captured carried a - Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. is cavorting oyer the State claiming that Qlvo tho horses all a fright, in its State, which it released in, front of quickly on Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. he haa his race won, the figures do not the review stand. It wbb caught the As thoy wo wander, tho vision loom. bright and gay, Out KIELEY. MR. bear him out in tho statement. Tho other day by a Louisville man Bitting on PEIETER. In tho gladaomo light of day, Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large But wo turn or heads away Louisville Times publishes a summary and Commodious Sample Rooms. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a triil. the ground a few miles from the city. When wo Seu thorns blooming bloomers bloom. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. from a well posted politician, who has 47 Prompt and polite service to guests. A regular counterfeiting outfit was Out thoy stretch from side to side far Mckept tally, which shows that bo Till It cannot be denied found in the Frankfort pen. Frank Creary is sure of 49 votes to Blackburn's appear full four feeterlde, Williams, ahorse thief from Bell county, YetTheyscanty, one must tearfully aserume. are 36. Gov. McCreary ia conducting a dighad them and he was making nickels Sad indeed tbe beauty's fate, nified canvass and making no prepos- and quarters by tho bushel. Successors to J. B. Higgles, D.alers ia Quick her reign must terminate, His plan Hearts shu cannot suhjugato, terous claimB, but the indications are was exceedingly simple. His tools con- LANCASTER, KY., When men boo thoso blooming bloomers bloom, that he is getting there in great shape. sisted of two Bmall blocks with holes ' Cupid's fairly crowded out, Ceiling, Flooring and all kinds Has now on hand Weather-BoardinPushed aside beyond a doubt, A scientific authority saya that the bored in them. The holes were partially Ky. At his wiles all lovers flout, Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O B of Dressed Lumber. female of the common mosquito lays 350 filled with molder'a sand. The coin was He himself must surely see his doom. We will continue the coal business at Mr. Hlg Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow Sentiment is going fast, hatch In a period of from placed on the sand and pressed to give eggs, which and will bave on band at all times Sins' old standcoal whicn we will deliver promptly. Greco belongs to times long past. best seyen to nine days. Tbe whole eet it the impression, and then babbitt metwe are prepared to meet competition from all points on How can lovo a minute lost We will sell stiictly for cash and will make It to Poplar, seems to be females and each on double al mixed with powdered sand was poured When one sees tba blooming bloomer bloom? the interest of the people ol this ssction to pay cash orders. -- Chicago Post. 37 Cash. in making fairly good imitations. doty since this torrid spell began. Mr. J. M. Atiikrton, who was a memJOURNfll ber of the committee which framod the platform at tbe last democratic convention, prints an open letter to Gen. liar Stanford, Ky., Sep f ember 27, 1895 din in the Louisville Poet in answer to the general's call for him to stand on the platform, in which he shows how W. P. WALTON. jEMl-WEEKLrecog-ni:ed,b- Y INTERIOR They FARM SALE. fee GOJIE CLOTHING COME AT OITCE Dry Goods and Notions. be-i- ns Saturday, Sept. Furnl-tui- e, NOTICE civil-servi- ce rs 11 . 1 Public Konting'. Saturday, Sept. F-ubli- o THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANJOBD, ., anti-gambli- ng Sale. 5th, 1 Saturday. ssaassssasssasasaassssssssi s Three-year-o- ld post-offic- es 1 1 1 Educate Your Daughters. 1 1 post-offic- McRoberts' Drug Store Compounded Bry-antavll- SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES one-fift- h tranB-Atlanti- c Prescriptions Carefully "W. IB. M'ROBEBTS, EXECUTOR'S SALE. Preach-ersvill- e, Tuesday, Oot. 1895, FURNITURE WITHERS & HOOKER g, ss About 380 Acres of Land, Irish-American- s, St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, 11 MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. BARKER HOUSE, Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kentucky. E. E. Kinds. Somerset, EE SIFERIEECED R. R. Noel & Son, The Noel Planing Mill Co. g, All Kinds of Coal, Stanford, -- " - vmAvefr.-!- . 1M- - 4 '- Jn- - - i Ttrw' f'V lfWJP5,! Nkw percales and print,. Severance & Farris & Hardin have connected their The Cincinnati papers say that CarJ.H. BAUGHMAN. Son. S. H. BAUGHMAN. adjoining store room to their grocery by roll Raid, FA Hopper and other Wjc guarantee every arliciu wo sell cutting out a part of the partition and won a small sized mint on Spur-locwill Btock it with Stanford, Kr., SciTCMucn 27, 1895 Danks, the Jewoler. queensware. Major Gault, who lives near Perry-villDon't buy old atocx. Get now goodB MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. brought to the Advocate office, an E. C. Walton, Business Manager for the same money. Danks, tho JewIt Is estimated that 3,000 marriages ear of popcorn, many grains of which eler. are daily performed throughout the had actually been popped while the ear We havo just received 150 ounces of world and still thero are old maids left. was exposed on TllE best Stock of tlltil.ita pxlinnl ImnkR. tno stalk. Try tome of our brand, and you will have no pens, hike, pencils, and school supplies solid silver spoons. Do you want any ? Patent No ,, Alpha Snow, Fancy Family The Christian county tobacco crop Children continue to rush Into troutown. Come in and prices will prove Danks, the Joweler. Uelleof Lincoln and Creole. ble. Elmer Harris, aged 10, and Mies is nearly housed and is the largest for it. renny's Drag Storo. : Would you havo the prettiest nnd Bertha M. Padgett, 18, were married at years, but the crop will hardly bo up to : : PERSONAL POINTS. the average, as much of it is badly worm cheapest black dresj you over bought ? Eubanka Wednesday, Our SpecWtiot-See- ds of all kinds mi.rf ... -". for some enterpris eaten and somo of it is hail bpaten. ... Hero's a chanco ...u.j '" "' MmsJkan Hltranan was on Tuesday's Come to us. Hiielien & Tate. "'"H T. ley and Bran. Remember .11 P..,, "7, ihip.tuT, Oat., Bar- .. ing but pecuniotifl young man: Hip Carroll Reid is in great luck. iiUI,ipanijj wnn me cash. Addreis cr call on Hia train on route to Louisville. Onk sign that we will havo Winter la Amy Lee, tho wealthiest Chinaman on great colt, Spurlock, won tho Garnet Mrs. Susan Mauris liaa returned from & that Severance A Son's pavements is cov- thelPacific coast, offers n fortune to any Stake and broke the record for six fura visit to relatives in Garrard. ered with boxes of Winter goods. reputable young American- who will longs at Oakley ond Latonia, making it Dh. J. M. Owkns and wife, of Somermarry IiIk daughter. in 1:1-Tho stake was worth $ 1,300. set, are up to aee Mr. Sam Owens. Oun new Fall stock has arrived nnd The canned and corned horse indusHsb Clarence E. Woods mairied? Louisville, is for style, quantity and quality it is William Svahkow, of try is not as new as it is generally beIf helhas, wo havo failed to note-th- e visiting his Bister, Mis. K. M. Nevlus. Danks, the Jeweler. fact and hereby beg hia pardon for an lieved. For tho past three years an Mn. J. L. Ueckklmann has returned for killing and packing horsoversight, which though unintentional, A comi'lktk lino of from a visit to his folks In Cincinnati. millinery just received and opened. Call and is nt the samo time inexplicable. The es has been in operation near HamMh. W, M. O' Bryan, of Owtnsboro, Why buy Old Stock when you can get for the same money was hero with his many friends yester- see mo over James Fryo's store. Mac HopkiiiHvlllo papers in publishing tbo mond. Ind. -- F. K. Tribbie Bold to I. S. Tevia a list of the editors present have it thus: day. S. Logan, Hustonville. Minus Lii.uk WAiiNKnand Viola Davi "Clarence E. Woods and wife, Richmond bunch of feeding cattle, weight from Wantbii. My old customers and new Register." Tho same papers, however, 000 to 1,000 pounds, at 3 J for 16 head and is, of Garrard, are guests of Mrs. J. V. ones to know that I am again in Stan- have us and our better half as present, 3J for the remainder. J. M. Snow bought Perrln. Miss Maooik Now. and Mr. Marshall ford on Lancaster street and would like and as that is false, we shall, until better a car load of butcher stuff in Boyle and Our new Fall stock has arrived. You can't help Noel, who havo been quite ill of fever, their patronage. Miss Mary Davis informed, agree with thejold Latins, Lincoln at from 2 to 3c and shipped it but buy if you come Smith. are convalescing. in uno, falsum in omnibus. to Cincinnati. Advocate. and see. Miss Mary Uoi.mks Lubk, of Huston-villThe North Middletown Advance is Invitations havo been received by Tin: court of claims will meet next was hero yesterday. Sho was nc friends hero to the marrUge of Mies somewhat of a liar itself when it says: Tuesday. County Clerk James F. CumcompAnipd by Mr. F. B. Twldwell. mins says tho number of is claims lar Mhry Leo McCaleb Rochester to Mr. On the farm of John L. Bosley, near Mr. Jambs Fryk, the enterprising Hub-- , ger than usual but they aro mostly for Charles Ward Latimer, at the First town, is a corn field from which the corn tonville merchant, was here Wednesday small amounts. Ho hasn't footed up the Christian church, Independence, Mo., has been cut to feed cattle, and on the and in another column tells our readers Oct. 3. Mies Rochester is a lovely daugh- end of each of the stubs a fully developtotal yet. something. ter of the late John Rochester, of this ed ear of corn has grown." M ms its. Kxnlky Triiiiilk and Leslie Pardonko. O.lie Paul, who killed Ike county, and a sister of Miss Bettie Roch The highest price for leaf tobacco Bosluy, of Lincoln county, were guests Helm, a negro, at McKinnuy for which ester, cf Stanford. Sho has made her this vear waa realized at Louisville WedA Sewing Machine for at Mr. Robert Forsyte's Sunday. liar he was sentenced to the penitentiary for home with her aunt, Mrs, James It. nesday. Ono hogshead of fine bright rodabnrg Sayings , for several years and the invi Burley was sold lor $30 a hundred and olght years, m ben pardoned by Gov. Gudg-'fMips Mattik Hoitek will also attend mown, and is now at home. He had tations are issued In her name and that another for ?29. A hogshead was sold tbo Feabody Normal Institute at Nash- served a little over a year. of iit-- husband. All who know the (or ;28 there during tbo boom, and one ville. Shn and MIhs Essie Burch left for charming young lady, feel that her be at Cincinnati went for f2S.50. O.nk of the best lodges ol Maccabees In that point Tuesday. trothed, who Is a promising young lawRobert J., Joe Patchen, John R. with 5. years guarantee. It has no equal. Mn. John B. Hiooins took his daugh-to- r, tho United Stntes, so.far as quality is yer, has won a jewel and unite with us Gentry, aro amongst the entries in the Miss Julia, to Lexington yesterday concerned, will bo organized at Mt. Xe-n- ia wishing her a life of unalloyed happi great race at Lexingand will travel with her awhile for the (Saturday) night. Mr. ness with the man of her choice. ton, Wednesday October 9th. So far Dan Stagg Has to havo URcomo a membenefit of her health. Robert J. has defeated Joe Patchen and Mils. G. W. Millkk of Kansts, Mr Joo ber of thin lodge and to have taken out DEATrTS DOINGS. John R. Gentry twice each. Patchen Carson, of Oklahoma aud Mrs. M. K. a 13 000 life policy in the order. Staoo. After an illness of only two has beaten Robert J. twice and Gentry 9 9 Brooks, of Crab Orchard, arrived yestcr-d- y The torrid Summer weather that )iab weeka, Mr. Daniel B. Stagg, breathed his has beaten Joo Patchen twice, and this to visit Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. last at 12:30 Tuesday night. The doctors rac will b the rub. Mr. S. A. Miiwlktojj returned homo run far Into the Fall is proving that the scientists who claim that the earth Is at first pronounced his disease malarial WednesJay after having organized Mac Dealer in- steadily growing colder are mistaken. At fever, and up to Saturday there were no NEW ADVEBTISEMENTs. ctben Lodees at Greensburg and Camp- tho rate though It is going it will rapidly sorious indications. Then he was taken oeusviie, wiin m ami uv members res dry up, for in the last 18 months the with severe pains and the doctors say a pectively. bowel burst. His decline was rapid after deficiency in the rainfall is 18 inches. Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, Mr. J. I Fiiohmas, of the Globe, was 9 9 that and he lay for the most part in a up from Danville on his wheel yesterOua business manager writing from stupor. He was a son of SIDING, the late Daniel At adriniJtratrlxof the eitate ol ChriU Ador. day and left an order for a full pago ad, Middlesboro says tho crops are good In , I will, on and Elizabeth Stagg and was born in deed I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. as soon as we can give it. Head his short tho Magic City. This is good" news to Uarrodsburg about 10 yeara ago. Dur- Thursday, Oct. 3rd, 1895, notice In this issue. thoso who own tho lots upon which the ing his attendance at College in Dan- Upon the premiss of the decedent on Lick Mic. and Mns. C. H. Paine went to crops are grown at a cost of from f 200 to ville, he professed religion And joined Branch, about (our miles Southwest of Stanford and about nne mile South of the Stanford & Hue Mammoth Cavo Wednesday to explore $500 a front foot and proves that tho Yeltonville pike, lell at tho highest that wonderful hole in the ground aud low Creek bottom lands are good for overMethodist church, of which ho was bidder the personal public auction to thedecedent, properly of afterwards a consistent member. consisting of 8 hogs, 10 milk cows, said suckling one tell the Boston people about it on their something. Interest in the Factory, Three weeks ago in conversation with colt. on the Drcmlies. Cheese hausehcltl a growing crop a lot of mil kiirk. return home. Mr. Joe F. Waters, of en furniture, larmine utensils and a stock of GroCount Uaiihy Giovannoli, of the AdIt is reported that W.O Goodloo.Esq. subject of Banctification,thisheoffice, on tho ceries and Merchandise. said: "PeoTBRMS.-sums ot Si and under, cash, for all vocate, is getting rich and well to do. ol Danville, is much incensed over tho ple nay I claim to be sanctified. 1 don't sums over that amount a credit ot three months, for which notes hearing interwt from date with llo is now building a caatlo in Danville use of his name in the recent fake Bent claim anything, but I know if death approved security, negotiable and payable in with a view, doubtless, of taking to it a out from McKinney nnd will likely lowill uc should come to me now I am ready to uaun, proiertv rcijuircu. No to be removed until terms of al little countess as soon as completed. cate and punish the parties to it. It KATHAHINK ADOR, go." Tears were in his eyes as he eaid are complied with 63 td Tux Ulcbmond Pantagraph say that isn't very pleasant to have it published Administratrix. it and it made a deep impression on Mr. Ugo Buchlgnaui, of Lexington, has been all over tho country that one died with visiting his uncle, JoeGiunchlgliani. We his boota on in a poker game in a dis- Waters, who related the circumstance to us. Some li years ago, Mr. Stagg marsuppose their friends save timu by deslg tillery meal house. ried Miss Jessie Pleasants and she with nating thrse gentlemen, "Mr. What Thk several seasons of drouth havo three children survive him to sutler his I will rent to the highest bidder on Mrs. A. S.Miller nnd Mrs. W. W. shown our farmers that they must make loss, hut to be cheered by the aesurance ONE-PRIC- E Oct. 1895, Goltra, of Crnwfordsville, I ml., Mrs. aomo better and surer way of getting tlmt ho has exchangod the mortal for My of Palmer Graham, of Term Haute, and water; consequently a number of deep immortality and a crown of righteous-nee- s wells will bo bored and wind mills used for tho sorrowB and trials of lifo. Mrs. G. C. GlvoiiH, of Stanford, will arAcros Fine Land, rive this week to visit relatives in and to pump the water where it will do the The remains were brought to the Meth- Abcut 70 acres to go in corn and about (5 acres good. Hon. John Sam Owsley is odist church yesterday morning, where alread) sown most in wheat. It is about miduay benear the city. Paris Kenturkian. having ono put up at Walnut Flat.which his seat was never vacant when he was in tween rhelhy City and Milledgeville, in halt a milr of Danville A Hustonville pike, are will in addition to furnishing a supply health, and after a comforting eermon by four pood houses on the place and plentythere waCITY AND VIRINITY. of ter given Jan. 1, 1S46. Evihytiiino new. Severance & Son. for man and beast, force WHter into his Rev. W. E Arnold, who was assisted in At the same lime I will sell so cattle, 16 hogs, 3 mules, 6 horses, two wagons, houao for bathing and other purposes. the aeryicea by Roy. F. T. Mclntire, were ij sheep, binder, drill, tdows nnd cears. two one tVio bar. followed hv a long cortege to Buffalo relsof corn. 10 stacks ot hav. House full of new goods. Severance will be rented for i The A noon many democrats hereabouts Cemetery and laid by thoso of payable & Son. his par Jan. 1, farm Good nolo required. months, personal1897, On , consider Gen. Hardin guilty of ty, all sums of $10 and under cash, over that six onta. PRErciiiiTio.Ns tilled day or night at months' credit witnout interest; notes negotiable which deserves rebuko if it Mr. J. Matt. Martin, a worthy old and payable in bank. Craig A Uocaer's. could he administered to him without citizen, died of bladder trouble Tuesday, JAMKS F. MOOUE, td Mielby City Ky. Have your preemptions tilled at Craig Injury to the party, hut we know of but nged 70. Ho had suffered from the disfc Hocker's. threo democrats in this county who ease Beyen yearti and It had reduced him 9 oponly opsert they will not support him. to a shadow of his former self. His w i(e Go to Jeeeu D Wearen for fire insurThe rest of us, while dlspleaBed with wsa a Misa McMullen and they raised a ance, he has the best of companies. " Hardin's erroneous construction of the large family, most of whom survive. Mr. IT IS- A Qood Blue-Gras- s Farm Near A Craii Orchard nine camo down money plank of the platform, prefer hlra Martin was a member of the Christian Stanford. Live Stock, Bank Wednesday and did our boys up 0 to 8 with ono scar to Brndloy who Is all Bears, church and a good, clever man, wbo Stock, Drop, Farming i uuo jjiul-in a game of ball. uis auvocacy ol a possessed tbo confidence and esteem of ti'k Bound currency. Implements, &c. his neighbors. Tho interment was in Dr. Bkndkr, the painlees dentist, is the Stopheneon burying ground. Mydoing a land oilice business nt tho Tub ense of Marshal Frank Ellis, of ers, lie will leave Saturday evening. Thhtir of JohnM. and Uettie Rcid, deceai. Junction City, for the rnurdtr of young tii, will, on FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Murphy waa called at Danvlllo Tuesday We are overstocked with harness. Oct. 31st, 1895, Why the thinking men of our country nnd on the testimony of the ofllcers that In Chicago last month the sales of Come in and get what you neod cheaper don't tell the people that the a jury could hardly bo obtained in Boyle sheep amounted to 2,154,48s head. At the mansion house oa the premises, about i than you ever knew it. M. S. A J. W. and from others that justico mile trom Stanford, offer at public auction, the hope of our country is a Cash Basis. We may have high or low tariwould hardAt G. W. Rico's Bale in Madison, Farm cf " Baughmau. ly be given the accused there a chango corn brought 00 to $1.25 in tho field. ff, gold or free silver, but as long as a people get heels over head in Mrs. Lizzie Hockku has rented her of venue to this county was granted, it Acros Land, debt we will hear the cry hard times. Come and trade with us and Jersey Bulu Two year-ol- d (St. About residence, lot and store room to E. L. being also taken into consideration that Lambert). A. Q. Huffman, Stanford. On which lohn M. Reid lived at hit death. This these questions will not worry you and you will (arm i well improved and is very dcilrablr locatRineheart for threo years at 10 a month the next Boyle court would be in JanuWe havo 75 good stock hoRS for sale. eo ana tn una ltoi me beat quality. The im a large dwelling and will likely go to Missouri to live ary, during probably disagreeable weath- All good stock. Powell & Harper, Hus- provcmenti consist of at good at new and all necessary outbuildings. with her sister, Mrs. W. J. Ward. er, and that the witnesses were nearly as tonville. The farm It watered by five nevcrfailing ipnnct and hat a tree orchard ol fruits and close to Stanford as to Danville. The O. S. Smith, of Tennessee, bought ot desirable variety. The neighborhood it one of As predicted the mercury went down question of hail was the in the county, with no objectionable surnot considered aud 25 mule colts at Lancaster Monday at roundings. Tho convenience to tne churches and some 25 or 30 by Tuesday morning, the prisoner will remain in jail. choolt in Stanford make the location very supe$15 to 130. but the wave was of short duration and rior. Stanford has several churches, a large feJames Bennett bought the Dr. Scott male college, a good male academy and Hour thin? it soon got hot again. The rain clouds flouring Altamont and Mancukstkii. MeearB. farm of 220 acres a mile West of Rich- public school a good rnerchtntelectric lightmill and Who Talk Hard Times. Our new goods for fall are coming in every supplied with water works, and Ico by and tho earth ia parching II. C. Thompson, W. still pass us A. Pugh and R. O. mond at f(J0. factory. day. New Dress Goods, Flannels, Blankets, Underwear, Boots and up. Probable thunderstorms last night, Ford were here Thit UrmwiU first be offrred in three lott: Tuesday to interest Dr. The indebtedness of John I. Moore, of 35 acres off of the Northeast corner, oueol One Shoes. In fact new goods of all kinds. 115 was yesterday's guess cooler, fair J. B. Owsley and other monied men in the;runaway larmer of Bourbon county, acres, includingofimprovements, and one of about jo acres South residence and on the opposite at the weather. the building of tho railroad from Alta has so far reached $61,250. side of the road from the residence Then the tract will bo oflcted as a whole and the highest and best Wuy Hk Lkkt. Before leaving for mont to Manchester for which Col. O. P. Kidd's Jils JohnBon filly, bid accepted. Frank . Terms reasonable and made known on day of Indiana with his family, Mr. John W. Crookohas the franchise, but nothing Fayetto Belle, ran second in a race at sale. nnd Bang this tale of waa accomplished. Somo three er four Oakley at odds of 100 to 1. Lawson camo in W. F. McKinney has possession and will take pleasure in showing any one over the farm For woe into our ears: The other night Craig miles of the road have been built and Geo.B. Witt and O. S. Smith, of further Information address Reid heirs, Stanford. Camden shot at my dog in my yard and thore remaina 21 milea to be constructed Tennessee, bought 12 mule colts here at Ky. At the tame time and puce I will, at ot -Hhit It. Then I shot at Camden and miss to reach the capital of Clay. It was sta- $12.50 to $30, making 3S in all at about the will ot lohn M. Held, dee'd, sell executor at public auction to tne highett bidder the pertonalty of the ed him, now he Bays he is going to shoot ted that the road could be built nulin the same price (stale of the decedent consisting of 7 and at me and not miss. I don't want to be reasonably and two Knoxvillo contracW. M. Murphy bought of O. T. Bo cattle, 1 yearling cattle, 3 milk cowt filly, calves, yearling mules, yearling yearno target so I am going to Indiana. tors were on hand to take it for bo much hon 28 200 pound bogs at 3. Mr. Mur f$ sheep, 2colt, filly, t 4 ling horse sadwork horse, 3 brood mares. ' Whan am vnn ontno?" xenn nnbnil "T'm a mile cash and the balance In bonds, but phy sold a car load of samo in Cincin- dle horse, t mule. a fat hoes. 10 sows and colt. pigs, 60 thoats, 150 bushels of oatt, 350 barrels o f done gone," be replied, "My wife and the monied men thought that if there nati this week at 4.20 to 4.55. corn, 5 tucktofhay, 8 tharet of stock in First all the plunder are down at Junction waa anything In It, it was useless to xive The Georgetown Times has been National Hank of Stanford, is shares of stock in KecclYing Hi City now." Afterwards Mr. Lawson it away to contractors, and that feature given a tomato which weighs 4 pounds. Marion National Bank, (arming Implemtntt, household furniture, Ac. said he waa going to Indiana anyhow, wm dismissed. The A. & M. mav ba A farm of 100 acres near Great Cross- - Terms of Sale of Personalty: For all sums of : : : $10 and under, cash; over that amount a credit of g built some day, we hope when the office force laughed at hia it will, but the tags sold at $70 and another near Cen- - four months on note with good security, bearing interest from date and payable In bank. off. protpect ia a little vague at present. I tieville of 162 acre at 85. Goods Warranted and' a Perfect Fit Guarantee!. Give me call. J, 0. FOSTKR, Kx'or. oemi-Weekly Interior Journal Ken-tuckta- ns 'tmF k. first-clas- s STANFORD e, JOLLER MILLS other-Fa- ncy Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal SEED WHEAT Always On :Hand. " ,- -j ii J. H. RAUGBMAN CO., Proprietors, - Stanford, Ky. i BRIGHT, NEW GOODS? m e, 1 DANKS, The Jeweler. POXJIV olletirfs CEILING, ETC. m W. H. WEAREN & CO A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky FLOORING, Administrate..- - Sale. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, GOOD -:-- ADVICE. -:-- AII :- Sale and Renting. 19th, you-cailVe- The Globe STRICTLY Danville, Ky. -- Call on -:-- :- Saturday, 250 of CLOTHING .' HOUSE, fosM-sslo- bu(j-Cie- inaurbor-diualnm- -- For your Fall purchases. The have the best ma de, best fittinggoods, neatest and nobbiest styles Men's, Boys' and Children's wear. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., PUBLIC S ALE. A : Mystery ! Thursday, 300 of y - to-sior- I bt LAUGH AT THE MEN SEVERANCE & SON. .6.R0PLEY,-Ii 1 to-da- y ld 1 1 1 y ear-ol- d year-ol- d 1 1 run-sin- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. 60-t- d AiAAts' l & 4lt... pti- itii in iwinmr . "T -- ..-.. i r- - ji mi, immwTtivmmtt,iinmmmwwmnnmmmmmftMiimmn 'ii inrwiMiiwiniw iiiii,trmrYrmiwfflwt-TrirY'--ry- , 4 f ' lit tr , i ii .. - - .lreM - suti'ivmt' Twyffif flM,eil,'V'pai wo1 qaCTwg9M f fl Semi-Week- ly Interior Journh Defending the Sanotlflcatlon Tramps. Chris-Eabt BKHseTAUT,Sept,23.-T- he Church, 8outb, u.llonnf the M. K. IlBrnsliiiU. write in answer to the n W. S. BTJ51CH, Stanford, Attomoy at Law, - - 1 lw"all.o 33. Friday Pabliahod Every Tuesday and article written by D R T., of Brodhead, AT Office 01 l.acatter Street, oppotlte the Coirt Will act ai Kaeculor.JAdmlnlitrator and Assign- 01 aepi. oiu. Itouie. Collections receive especial attention ?S VKAU IV ADViVNCK in the Intrrior Journal It. T. has been Ca FSH glvn to bettieaienis pi n-iSpecial We are very sorry that D. wHlba charged td Salo and DivUlon of Aitotn.v iiLands. .MPWhcn not so paid 32.6Q 01 me afautt' so badly misinformed. Turee V. MeCla Office on Lancaster St over Supt. "tramp preachers" (aa u. it. i- - cau8j K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 9 y'a office. M.. .1 aa nf. -:- them) are ucenseu incnunn m nJ j p. Trains leave Manfoia i anJ " P. " E. Church. South. Bro. W. B. Rpan, SPRING AND SUMMUR. arriving at a: P Ky. our beloved pastor, has been a preacher years. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 3 Somcthinrr.to Beautify tho Ladies. in tho Kentucky conference for IS 600 souls ,... la 7Pm 1895 year; '95, there has been Vo. U. Train going North.. New Hat, flower and laccl Daily j is m In this ministry. Primary. Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- - V, tW,"i .Vanco to the trade that they wil. 12 04 p rn saved and sanctified uuder his J5S: 1: south n add-e- d ..... i is P tho same escluslveness mf.ni' No. , Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot find.J.", A larae number of these have been p.iteriis, hats and bonnete and all the wo iM"Vleading noeOlet In Millinery for which we aic QUEEN & ORESCENT. to the M. E Church, South, also School! of Music, Art. Frcurh and Eloc illf". country. throuihout her "" hV.piecureJ a the Best teacheri employed, each a speclali.t Bro. Kacan has a home trimmer for thenw-ow- n wish to Btate that Department. Trains pass Junction City as follows: Thaiikinc rou tor pat favon, c respect. PreachersviUe, pup.U under the direct aaucrtiiloa ot ...3 3? pm in Lincoln county, near m No a North Hoardms Mo. i South ...A.11.4S a protiace heretor.re o liberally M D UODUfc-KAthroughout tho moun-tai- teacher ' WiUvtd. is and For KATiDUDDHRAR, Manager. ,.fM,,,Mt. ...600 am " 10 I ...... 840pm district and loved by all who know no fur- of near Not. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and!io run him. Bro. Andrew Johnson, ther than Junction til), nor un ouim- -j n licensed preacher of Stanford, is also WW. the M. K Church, South. ThouRh quite he a youoR man, only 10 years of aRe, the work haa wholly devoted himself to wonderfully I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and of the Lord and lie haB to suit the purchaser blesBed his labors. We also wisti to state on easy monthly payments., or any other terms .. .:-.- ! :.. nt.n(;nn m iiinil nrflfrs and carrv as fine a line his ucsu t give ajjeum 1 V ' that we presume he iino a home, ns worth over $10,000, besides this 0f p00ds as can be found any where in the land. father is T I haVC CVCr I s., 11: onl. Christian's CTTUMVr: t uiu st:nuiy oi -1 ne nas a weicuiuo iu v " A C f I N!l.' riivm.r than we are wen sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. home here. We wish to say Irishacquainted with the 5r Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel man," (as D. It. T. terms him) wo supMrs. Margaret I'ortman will be in charge of the store, but in taking Rev. Thomas Mc- this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue pose that meanB the Coy. He liyeB in this neighborhood. He teaching as beiore. Address has a comfortable home anu a roou uurw : h in ftlRO a licensed preacher of the M. E. Church, South; received his j license to preach from bis presiuing at the district conference held at this Absolutely Puro.l place in July, '93. He is loved and all true Christians. If any bakine pow of .1 vt Kentucky. Attorney at Law, Stnn.ortl, - - Kcntuclcy. $77,250 in Stakua and rnroos. B. PE1T1TT, Varnon, Kentucky's Great Trots. DR. W. i Lox'lnton, October 8 to 1S95. ta I STAKfFQRD College, Female Stanford, Session Opens Sept. Fall - '. 18. att-ntl- Dentist, : Stanford, : Ely. the Poat-Otfi- TUS3DAY, OCT.. ld Kentusky't rmurlty; yo The Tctinetiee, :u paeer, -- Olnct en Main Street, Oppotite m- - :i; Clan; WVii. ttoitera . :c9 Clan, tretlinit THURSDAY. OCT. le. . Thr TraiHTlvania 1 iA Clan. oaclKir Th .aa 1 Fne-fr-a- ll trottiiiK WEUNKSDAV, ; paettR.... $3." 4.w . $ OCT ." THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Meet all Traim.nlght ami day. Patron taken to any part ot town Kite of Charge. Good - - t,c day. SOO Livery Attached, m Fain rl Hotel tnoucr A. II. 1IAST1N, Prop. K. M. at I'Um. truttmjj FRIDAY, OCT. The 1'utHritf. f)ear olda i ii Clan, pacini: 1 M 11. firn-cU- t. .....-- . W. S. Uurch. Atty. at La l,noa 1 Deputy Sheriff, Newl.nl, ! " n well-know- n itol?Wi.tilStos SATURDAY, OCT. it. . . Ths facing Kulurlty, a it Clan, truttme 1 Uiu, trottlnf 1,0 a Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky, to do a gen Ildt.t. .IC ip Cl.m, ROYAL PIANOS andORGANS. 1 uuv-iinw- n III. nruiMi.j pacing a. 06 Clan, MONDAY, OCT Krrflfor all, truituiK trottltu k 14. TUKhDAY, OCT Stallion Repre.cntatlve, ..... a 16 Clan, trolling :ao Clan, pacing WKDNKSDA Y.OCT. 16. " ... $,eo Wc offer our servlcs lothe public t.oon rml PnH..lttii. Itti.in ' cilplcd in all parts ol the county. j,oe i. it n je 2Doh.ora Tour Onttlo 1 hj """' trstteri The lohntton, 1:11 Clan, trotting trotting a. a.) Clan, THURSDAY. OCT. 17 f.oo l,eao ceo ...-,-- 'red-face- d RiliTTiJU a P. H. IDOL. Stanford Ky. POWDER ei-d- er I The I.enlngton, I, MM j:ij Can, pacing j.j4 Clati, licttlng I'HIDAY.OCT. 18. made by the saw. For furtner laforinstlen, call G. A. l'K V I ON, Stanfoid, Ky. on Jl.OO patera Th W'lUon, Sec the Lightning Pruning Hook. lai. TK miiml. vralllnp.. tieltlni.... The 1.19 ttutttra BiTMuaic by Libeiali'i Military llnd."S Eaccrimn ratet from all lectiem Oae late doiu Kntiy llatim BpplleatKn. pointa In KelitmVy I amnowieadr to deliver lc- torn the Stanford KD A TIPTON, S'y. l Water, Ligst and lew Company's Factory s lllue-Ora- ,o I will go to any place where there are six Of mote- cattle to ehorn. I do the work with the nr cow In Lightning Dehorurr Can dehorn three seconds. 'Iheknilc makes a cUan, smooth cut, doss not crush nor lirisik the hern, as the clipper does. It Is the only humane way tods-hor- n Dee-- s not punish he milmal like the saw, and the weund gets well as ulck agin as that ICE I 1 A cream tarter nn ,ih lino n rk'ht to BhOUt, it is der. Highest of all in leavening llinu u" Tom," ..-because ho has been so 'Uncle Latest United States strength. wonderfully cbanRed by the Kraco of Government Food Report. Wc have opened up one of the handsomest lines o! black and fancy God. We refer D. R. T. to Scripture -and EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Psalm 32:11: Be plad in the Lord all dress goods ever offered in this city and we invite all buyers to exrejoice ye righteous and shout for joy 106 Wall Street, Now York. amine before buvine. Our b'ack and colored silks and velvets for . yethat Bro UPrioM in heart." We bavo tQwn rf A. G. Lanhatr John B. Castleoan. ( . Deen luiorineu iunw mw iB a father- -! mak-if not lower than otner nouses. nursflvps t .t.. o iv Ijijliuuu nao ii, tim. He ii. w v.. w- - ww tn ........ nrices as low u" Pointed Facts. e s trail ler for caih or rl U HO. Stanlotd oralla my home at court 1 LT T 1A PP I will take all the hides lelm. dvs Chas. I can t leather n Id OtteH' At .0 Cents Per Hundred Pounds Kanslio, lanarr And over and.'K FOB, B.E1TT. outbuilding. A farm with 1 Hint due istef each moii'h K. HKEMKR, ttanfard. Pml to 100 for 10 pounds and up Kilty er ..! s to g In cirn, 40 to 68 I wenlyrlve acies and Jo to no in hewp good tras. All first. cla.s laud. Menejr Rem in Advsac. Terms. Also jo. llushols Hurt Oata for Sa'n ljr god deU.aK and all neceaiary uthont of HuitenviKt. "i' in wheat IH TO THE XiiDIES kul 1 .11 tn Call c My Millinery Si t Lew and csamtac and -- u will. I sure to buy Spring Hat. . MISS UH.U1L. ir.Ail.l-l- , ..... u-- --- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. m.. m j4.ino MuiioMxllle, Ky. Sunfotd. Kv w Msarance CciRipasy lees boy, pitied and loved uy people of London. Ho was eanctl. fled uuder Dr. Uarradine'o preachinR at London and shortly after tuat waa seiu to ouria-tia- n BARBEE &CASTLEM AJ MANAGERS, by the Christian people 01 .e . .. He reiurneu WilmoietoHchool. brlast June. Ilia mother lives at L.onuou- at lower, prices, We refer D. R. T. to Scripture Mark 9:42 we are addinc to 11 " DO NOT LEAVE HOME FOB SiLX.E Blue-Grass ! A. S. PFCICK, Surgeon Dentist, these little ones that believe in me, a ...1 w v uucuv A 11 VI n lonuror nhHll OUdUU OUB " of is CJommorco vT. Building, Louisville Aconti throughout the South A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY .IK VOU ARK GOING., R SJTS3ST, 38TOHTHTHK...... hueed about hia neck and be were cast MM1rtA " into the sea." One day, sooner or trumpbet, and in blow bis n.Krioi stead of rolling on the floor in the dirt, he may cry for the rocks and mountains n fil nn him and hide him from the face of Him that sitteth on the throne. We close with an eprnest prayer lor tne salvation of D. It T'b soul. Mrs. Clara Lucy, Mrs. Ticia banmiBKy and Mrs. Mary A. Sandusky, committee. CRAB ORCHARD. at Qme to . . , ",. livery ucpartiiic:it uif uui siuun. i3 ..1 buu o....r- - ntl it constantly, expecting a bi.' l'all traoc. wc nat. been and will continud to be the leaders in men's clothing, cither in readv made or niadc to order goods. Our clothing is the best materjai( the best trimmed, the best made and best fitting goods in . ... Ml.H1!n.nn .aa this matket. This you will tincl on comparison anu wc tiiaiitiiyu competition. There will be a big advance in shoes tins ran, as . u i.u hides have advanced irom 200 10 joo per ctiu, u buying. buv early and don't fail to examine our itock before v .w . - - - Mn --- -;'- . . M Farms near Two Good Ilustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. beltcr advantacc and. , The bens t Mrs. Ametlca Bailey , deed , offer ! lit our mile her two Farms, situated lor s west of lluiioiivllle, in I.inculn count r. on the Faims Bradfordsville turn(ike toad Thp adjoin aoC taken loeihtr contain 3i9 acres at land aod can be divided so at to Include alMMit 140 oo aci't in the th acri's In the hume place er. The buildings a.d ieiprrocmeuli on cica and subsURlUl. I'.ach ot the larms are cMfoftate is well watered and convefliest 10 good schools Title r4er letms featoitable and churches For lurthcr inlortaatlen apply to either of us Ky J P. HAII.M. Husienville, , Ky. llOCKr.H. J VAYBTTE OLNLAP. M. I), ban- 5( vllle, Kv Sinn ford, Ky. OMsce ever McRobcrts' Iiruifelore in the Owsley HjliUin to THE RILEY K. U. HIL.EY, HOUSE Kentucky. bittsr public ad IToprlotor, London. II - - - ? 1 rrepartd than ever V Uoed I.ivcry altschisi and every coavcoience lied. Cite mt a call. w. I have moved to my nw Hotel aod am to accemmodate Ik. df FRANK RILKV, HUGHES & TATE. LOOK HERE I Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line of Buggies and Surreys. W. L. WITHKRS, Salesman. Farmers Bank&Trnst Or STANFORD. KY., Co ;ois ) 1 jtnss, MANauia J01TE3 BEOS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Sole proprietor! Dean's Black Diaraund Koo l'ainl Kttlmaics furntsned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Koofs Satisfaction Guaranteed. All tools painted with Dean's Black Diamond n Paint guaranteed for years. Dealers Iu bttt ' Oalvanued Iron filters, Pumps cil-cr6T-i-ro Is now fully .or janlicd'and ready lor business wit Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000 ,000 Stanford, Ky. . Louibvillc 4 Nashville R. R. la the hoe for you, at iti Daily Double cloie connectionTrains at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. SHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Portland. San Francisco ..Totte. Via The mm 1 i J?Svrjtc i" .VK9iHttfi'"F?i i e v t fg-- j K "vvlri (iTv aVVIkihu btkl11)Vtr. lf"i Only Dining Car Route From TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Veitibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. BACON, tTRANK J. REID,; u. r. iKeni, G. P. Agent, Louisville. Chicago. 1 of baTTwas played Saturday Crab Orchard and Slatesville by the nines. The score stood IS to 20 in favor of the former. There are a series of meetings in progress at the Christian church conducted by Rev. Young, the pastor, and Rev. J. G. Livingston. Crab Orchard is is in need of a spirituil revival and it good will be done. hoped that much -- Mrs. G. W. Miller, of Kansas, and Mrs. Joe Carson, of Oklahoma, are the guests of Mrs. Brooks. Prof. Mit Llliott was over from Lancaster ounuay. mwn Grace Tudor left Monday for Eldorado, Kansas, where she will pay a visit 01 several weeks to her uncle. Her many Crab Orchard friends were sorry to see go for so long a stay. Mr. J. Mortimer Sun-diRsthwell waa over from Lancaster Crab Orchard's charm-ij- g to see one ol belle. John Carson has returned from McMiuville, Tenn. .Mrs. ivizaoetu Bryant and Mies Ada Arvin, of are visiting Mrs. Louis Pettus onthoirO. O. friends. Mrs. Hannah Steger and daughter, Miss Loah, leave in a few days for Colorado bprings. vr. MedFred B. Johnston, of Philadelphia Saturday. Mrs. ical College, was in town G. D. B. EdmiBton is quite sick. Mrs. L. James is sick. -- A game Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c., SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAI HANK OK STANrORD, Now closing upl with the samt atstle and uodsi the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are ai fully protected aa aie depositors iu Nstloea. Banks, its sharcholdsra being held individual liaole to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to ths smount invested tn such sharps. It may act si executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully It aa individual. To those who entrusted their bulsiness to us while mnaglng ths Lincoln National llaak ol Stanford, we i here tender our many thanks and trust they will contluue to transact their businoat with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attsa-tioto same, our twenty years' expcrMuice It banking and as liberal accommodations as a.--e co iitint with sound basking. n DONT FORUKTTHAT THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKY. KY , Have just bca orcrhtuled and repaired liota to top by the famous Richmond City Mill hot-torn J J. y AT COST QR CASH. WATCHES, CLOCKS, -- The entire stock of- - Williams, Mt. Vernon; . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Maulord; S J. Einbry. Stanford; J. 11 Owsley, Stanford; J. F Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Staulord; A. W. Carpenter, MIlIcdKeville, W. dihxctohi: now increatnl, ate doing more and better work man ever iieiorr, ana witn tne out reliable I) V. Kennedy at htad miller, you are sure of good He suie and bring us r lour and lair ticatmein your grinding and when buying call lor our old and wjll established hraddt. Favorite Patent, La dies' Kavonlc and Bakers' Choice IIATKb A SON, Successor to k. I.. Tanner favorite Milling Co G. B. COOPER, Proprietors of.. ....... H.iCumiuius,,l'rcachetsi lie W M Bright, r- - Uvery and FeccI.Stnblc, STAN! OKI), KY. Having bought of I W Green his Ltterv business and added new buggies and burses, we arc prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S S. II. Shanks, President Dr. J B Ows'ey, Ctihier, Camp-ballsvil- le, Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Piatcd Wares and Novelties Owned by the late A. R. Penny. The Qoods are new, of standard quality and may be depended upon. Von have never had an opportunity equal to this. Do net let it escape on. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital Stock 8urplUB... TURNOUTS G. L. PENNY, Exor. Denver.; ! ,'&, Route, He SURE St. Paul. : i ; Midland R'y, Ky. n.iunnrt I Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, falmouth and Covington. .1. .iv.t. via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. L,ve Cincinnati and Franlcfort Shortest and quickest between i.ir.i Itttween greatest fairs ever known to America. Many features of tho Chicago World's fair and many additional and new onee. Open September 18th to December 31st, 1S93. Low rates via the Queen & Orescent Route. Write to W. 0. Rinearaon G. P. A , Cincinnati, O , for printed matter, or call upon Q. & C. Agonta for full information The best salve in the woild for cuts, bru'ies, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions, It is It positively curea pilea.or no pay repuired. money or K uarantced to give perlect satisfaction For sale by Fefundcd. Price 35 cents per box. A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Atlanta Exi'OsrnoN.-O- ne of the Bucklln'a Arnica Salve On short notice The trailing public will fijd OF. STANFORD, KY. us alwaya ready and willing to lurnish Drummers' VVagons, cither single or double, or Carnages of ad kinds at very LOW PRICES. The boys In and around town will also find us the people to deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for. Attention of the public it invited to the far O. B. COOPKR this is tho only National Bank in StanforJ that Myers House Stable, btanford, Ky. ij Under the nrovistons of the National Bank Ac- depositors are secured not only by the capita, stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor St amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ot this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements of thecocdition of the bans are made each yearto the United Slates guvsrn ment and its assets are examined at stated tirufc. PW. GREEN, Proprietor. by government agents, thus securing addititocs and perfect safety to depositors. : : : as This institution, originally established fs th Deposit Bank of Stanford in 1838, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford In 1S65 nol as the Hirst National Bank I am still running this again Hotel and utictc( Sunlord in iS8j, has had practically an supplisc will continue to give my guoats the politfst utten-1- 1 rupted oxistenceof )t years. It is bolter at well as the best the market aflurds. now with lacihtles for transactintfbusiness prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its loag nf SpccialilAttontion tho Honorable career. Accounta of corporations, fidti cianes, firms and individuals respectfully telle ing 8200,000 23,700 The Myers House, n Stanford, Kontucky. Time TabU June a, 1895. No 1 No 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. p. in. p. m. a. in. Franklort A " Hlkborn Stamping urouud Georgetown!!...,... C. S. Depot.. Arr. ..C Paris - 7 00 7 7 a8 7 47 7 55 8 30 1a 30 47 4 59 4 4 4 4 00 1 1 1 00 20 48 a 3 535 O' 40O '5 10, 4. TRAINS WEST. No. 7. No.m. No.m. a. a iu. p. 600 440 c - ' Lve Pari Stamp's Gro'd " Elkhorn Arr rrankfort A... " C. 8. Depot .... 10 Georgetown U to 17 0 4J ' 1 800 tho World's FAlr for 15 Cents Lpon receipt of your addiess and ij cents in stamps we will mail you our Souvenir arrive Frankfort Leave Georgetown to 36 a. m; rtfolio of the World's Columbian Exposition. I'!. ..i.nlir nrtra la wnf fill, .ft we Want VQU tO "lave'rankfort 4 p. m. arrive Gecr2ttown have one we make the price nominal. You will ficd it a work of Art cud a thing to be prlicd. It Railway and 5?hP" Kentucky Midland page views ot the K"t building!), and cheapest ro.it. to all contains full he with descriptions of same and is cecuted in the North and XV South, E..t, hlzhest stvleol art. If not satisfied with it after Vot you ijet it wc will refund the stamps and let you book, Address 11. E. liucklen & Co., UARPEH, Hec'r & Gen Sup, keep the 111. GEO. U. Chicago, Kv. stfVriAY TRAINS. connec-tionslom " "3 40 10 8 6 73 633 5 55 7 35 7" Those who have used Dr. King's New DIscov those who have not. err know IU value and try it free. Call on thehave now the opportunity to No. 8. druggist and get a tiial battle free, bend p. m vour name to H E. Hucklen A: Co., Chicago, and a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills as ".11 a a uwy. w.m....i. tts ..um.... and Household uut.. llunlth 6 40 well instructor free. All of which Is guaranteed to do 7 j3 you good and cost you nothing at A. R. Penny s T All Free drugstore. . ot this Bank is composed ol Forestua Iloid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Baughuian,! Lincoln; J, S. Ilockcr, Stanford;' W. A.Trlbble.Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, btanford; K. L. Tanner,, McKinnev; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vemon.Ky J. H.Hocker, President; Jao. ). McKoberts, Cashier; A.. A. Mc Kinney, Asit. Cashier ted. Tba Directory to Public. Travel M. S. Haugiivun. J. W. HAt'GHttAN, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, JL.IVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kontucky. 11 you 1100a first-cla- ss J. : T. ii.r. STJTTOXT, UNDERTAKE R, : (or rates. livery give ua a call. Nothing but turnouts will leave our stable. See us In our HARNESS SHOP will And a good ussurluent of Hatnen;. Bri dies, Saddles, die llavo sour repairing dono by our roan, he understands his business. Wo have a mti"rT111 tou HUSTONVILLE,r,UENTUCKY. tn Anv Frankfort HIGGINS & MeKINNEY.l , rx .tMt t,Ii services o tnu peccle ol West Lin Full atoek of Collini coln aud Casey Counties. and Caskets always on nana. Mauajrer. 95 D. H. Carpenter, BLAOK-SMITHSHO- Wlllguarantfe P'iccs, Tiy our first-cla- ss herM ahoer. work and' satisfactory .... j ' i-