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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895100101 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. t " Semi Weekly Interio it. J J U Jtv JN AiVOL. XXIII. KIDD'S r - STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1895. , j NO. 61 j STORE. NEWSY NOTES. OF A LOCAL NATURE. LANCASTER, GARRARD i m COUNTY. Tho dryfl won In Allen county last Tim Boylo county populists nomiweek by a good majority. nated W. T. Harmful for tho Legislature. John L, Sullivan will act as referee The wife of Prof. Borden, who was Uvea near bore. Misa Surah Yeiser, of Boyle, died at , in the Curbett Fitzrimmonsmill. Frank Turpln Iiah uxchttnuod h!a ' -- A Kentucky Midland car wab robbed Somerset, aged 71. teuui of horses for a 200ncr knob farm, and burned in the yards at Parla. At a in Anderson counBee stings caused tho death of tho ty, Wvatt .M tikes waa ahot and dangerfrom which Jim (Jhelf ban Hklmtnn! tho ously injured by Bb Prleo over a wocream by Atripplng It of nearly every Hon. William May, of Floyd county. The Ohio Falls Ihr Co.. at Jefier- - man. mnrkttlnblo tron. All tho coal minea in tho viicnlty of t IIII8, WHO I1II1 uerii u'r" f " j Bouville bus increased wage., 30 per cent. -- At ColumhiH, O., nzil Madden Middlesboro, with tho exception of tho eaw mill near ua for uevrntl yearn, tins eolil bin knob landa for n ll prit:.' and killed Joseph Smith with a bear bottle. Mingo, havu been brought under one Fire in a spinning mill at removed to NorthH8trn Kentucky. niitmk'cment. R I., caused a loss of 1100,000 or Ttio Richmond Rgister PayB tho maiin U8 an excollent cltlimi and befit j more. young wife of Gen. O. M. Clay ia attendwishea of boats of friends follow him. Six men were killed by a powder ing tho public pchool which ia beitiK In tho Kalaxleo of G. A. K. cetobrl-tle- n taught iu the neighborhood of her home. daUiea furnished it wan explosion at tho Belgau mine near tho various Col. of DougA cow at Richmond throw up her ead to inlsa tb familiar fac The offices of tho Qaeen ifc Crecent head while William Vorhoia was Btand-Inlass, tbo Kreat i'S shoo phllanthropiM, have been removed from Oinclnati to over her and her horn otruck him and Lydla K. Pinkorton, tbo ew Orleans. under the chin making him bite hia William IS'orria, M5 yeara of age, has tongue off. Jnmes Simpson Iibb about compltttod Dr. Metcalfe, of Paint Lick, attempta beautiful cottagn on IiIh farm oppnailo been convicted ot Birmingham, Ala., of South of counterfeiting. ed suicide by taking an ounce of laudaHickory Orchard, two inll-A California man, who threw a tum- num, but his wife him and a doctor here. Calo Brown lias been compelled barn-roofor his bler at a magistrate was pent to prison was called in to save his life. He says to provide additional for two years he will try it again. etock and crops. Tho prize fighters in Kansas have Mr. S. G. Boylo will next week reCale Brown Ih determined to own the earth. Last week he added the old been sentenced to ono year each iu tho sume entire eJitorial charge of the Kentucky Stock Farm, which was built up PIrk farm on Carpenter' Creek, In su- penitentiary. Two preachers of at Kvansvillu who under his management. While heonns burb of Pikkio'i t0 M" Immense holdin tho Lexington ing. Price $1,600. John Grubbs will married couples of mixed colors wero a he is not actively connected a bftlor elevation In hid next pur- fined 1C0 eaclr aeek Five women at Chicago are each with its inatiRgement. Louisville Post. chase. Ben O. Allon, for 40 years county If any nearby market la shoit on claiming Urn corpse of a murdered man aa that of her husband. clerk of Mercer, is dead at Harrodsburg. melons Sam Rutherford is able and Tom Meadows, of Whitoaburg, was Since the formation of the county tho to supply the boara with any variety from 20 to Oj U. The slope thrown from a nagon loaded with lum- clerkship Iihs never been out of tho Aland len family, except for two years during of his patch which Ib vMblu from tlio ber uiul instantly killed. An effort in again being made to the war. Mr. Allen voted for Andrew road would furnlah a splendid stock cut have standard time adopted in Lexing- Jackson for president and for every for any dealer In melon seeds. ton, which still hangs on to sun time. democratic nominee biiice. He was 88 Jetr VYoodaon, our oldest Mtrvivor of Green Groen and Henry Smith, both years of Kgj. ante helium slavery, died at his home on ParkThe Harrodsburg Democrat says tbo Lou Branch, n mile from town, last colored, wero sentenced by Judge Is IfMt another of er, at Lexington, to hang November US). fiscal court practically refund to order a Tuesday. In his death Frank Adams, of Ohirleston, S. C, turnpike election by adjourning sine die, tbo few old time, holiest type, univerold son when the latter as the court was not eatisfied that tho shot his sally respected negro ttervanis. Jell" va asked for money to buy a suit of clothes. election would hold good in point of a Obritian gentleman, the hot of his Five dead boilis have been found law. This disposes of the question for class, savo one, left to us. B. Stack', near in the hull of the Pteamer Uosedalo the present, and it is to be hoped forThe death of Daniel Stanford, wad startling to hia old friends which bank tu ar IUIeigh, Ivy., Atuiifct ever. The successful iesue of such a movement would mean tho saddling of and relatives near lii old home, who 25. Five people were poisoned by eat- an interminable debt upon Mercer counwere either not adviaod of his illnewt or thought him convalescent. A Christian ing sardines at Kvausville, Ind. Ono is ty, tho deterioration and final destrucgentleniftii, a benevolent citizen, nn in- dead and the others are iu a precarious tion of her good roads, a permanent in jury to her public credit, a fall in the dulgent husband and parent is a losa to condition. -- Senator Cuahman K.Davis, of Minprice of her lands and the lo6a of her bo deplored. nesota, is said to be a candidate for tho population. of the remote NorthJames Turplu, presidential nomination on tho republiwest, Iihb returned to his Oregou ranch can ticket. (Gill Boyle in Louiavilu Post.) after a short visit to his brothers and Without "Dick" Williamr Mt. "mlseing link" disThe tnsatlonal other kinsmen here whom he Had not covery of Prof. Wortman, of Columbia would be n barren wasto almost. peon for 15 years. If uncle Jim's leaks College, provea to be only tho bones of a For that town he ia n general utility (?) as to hia pomjeaatona are straight, the man makes welcome addresses, leada pet monkey. Yeagera, of Boyle, will not bo in It with Prof. Louis Pasteur, tho eminent prayer meetings, is every girl's beau, and tho Turplns, of Casey, when their re- bacteriologist, died in Parla. He invent ia a legal light of unusual brilliancy. spective heritages have been cribbed. Most everybody knows "Jim" Saun-dered a cure for hydrophobia and Bayed T. L. Carpenter had 31 of a car load hundreds of patient from death by that who went to tho Legislature from Washington county, but afterward movof 300 Ib hogs smothered In transit to horrible disease. Cincinnati. Tho train dallied along, An order will probably be issued ed to Stauford. He ia one of Kentucky's rouudlng up demoralizations dun to tho within the next two weeks placing all young men eloquent, and will be heard G. A. It. rush and waa a long, hot day fourth-clas- s postmasters under civil ser- from in his Cougrtsslonul district eomo of theao dnyft. Lite. Tho S. P. O. A. should take the Q. vice regulations. A C. In hand, exact humane observanOne of the most popular, aa well aa Dr. T. A. Hall, the oldest practicing ces In handling the holplesfl brutes ami physician in Virginia, committed suicide one of the most successful young attoronforce penalties of beartleea disregard in Prince Georga county by cutting his neys in the State Is Harvo Helm, a tall, of satno. broad shouldered son of Lincoln conntv. throat from ear to er. Tho recorders of encyclopedic data Elmer Wilson, wli3 has jiiBt reached He is known aa the "Hon. Uaryo Helm," and authorities on all meieorologic phe- hia majority, is under arrest at Zancs-ville- , too, having once represented his county nomena agree that thoy never baw vegeO , for throwing boiling coffee on in the Legislature. tation brown bo rapidly and water cours- hia mother and little sister. Oiikai Rxtks. All the railroads runes dry up ho fast in all their professional Tho Baltimore base ball team secur- ning into Lexington, iu fact all the prinscientists, who alwajs es (ho pennant. It won experiences. The of first seok seek something otliclal Bbout the games It has played, whild Louis- cipal hues in Kentucky, have decided on a rate of one fare for round trip from Octho coming weather, havo finally con- ville won less than a third, tober 7 to IS, inclusive, on account of cluded that the weather bureau knows ThomaH Clay, a Pike county farmor, got there If killed S.iintu Williamson, n negro, be-- c the Kentucky T. H. B. Association, Lexall about it and will finally ington, October S to 18, good returning given time and guesses enough. a u Hit he refused to apologize for using amifoing at harsh languaga to members of Clay's until October 21st. As the J26.000 FuRepublican gall iB trulv turity and tho Tennessee Stakes are set times but the climax ia found in their family. for opening day; the groat pacing race Mrs. John Fogle, of Kalida, O., el claim that improved bnilness is duo to (Robeit J , John R. Gentry, Joo Patch-eprospective republican domination and asleep while rocking her sick baby. Her etc ,) for second day and! tho ;beet protective patornal legislation which clothes caught fire and alio was burned Transylvania ever carded for third day, their past recklesaueea assures. But the to death. The child was also seriously tho railroads will carry big crowds. CerBluff Btand burned. partisan readers of such tainly no trotting of equal importance Charles Barker, of Delphos, O , upready to indorse a declaration thai the waa over held. List of entries ou appliphoiiommal crops of this year are duo on meeting a lady friend, carelessly cations to 12d A. Tipton, secy., Lexingto republican success last Fall. Of course dropped hia pipe into hia pocket. Hia ton, Ky. tho drouth in Ohio la duo to droad of clothea caught tiro from it and ho was burned to death. democratic domination. A Chicago mercuaut, caught a couCapt. LowiaSowarda, a member of ple of his clerks stealing, and gave them and demoralizing Tho Influence of ft schemer's cowardicp on the Legislature in 1834, died in Pike the choice of going to jail or wearing susceptible nobility (?) should bo u county, aged 1)7. Ho had his cofiin in placards with the words "I amja thief." dreadful warning to the Garrard comity readineea for soveral years and would They chose the latter and he hung the two placards arounud their necks aod selling plater. K.irl Dnnvaven has emula often get in it to sea if it fit him. rd quittimr at a John Scott, charged with aiding took them all over tho establishment, eo ted the Overton in tho killing of Julia Lot-that every employee iu tho largeibuild-iu- g critical juncturo when defeat waa evimight witness the disgrace into dent, and crying foul, whore hia competi- on June 22, was found guilty of murder hrd tor was innocent of deaigu and powerless at Harlan C. H. and his punishment fix which his thieving to control. Tho analogies are fltrikiny ed at confinement iu tho penitentiary U r fallon. Aftor this a largo colored man temlife. in the employ of the firm was made to iind their expedients idontical-- "0 Jerry Simpsou's successor In Con- stand between the two young men at moree!" pore, 0 gress baa rented a brown stono front the exit where every man and woman Mre. Bunn Bohon and son, Horace, mansion In Washington, and givea evi- iu the store would see them when parsthought a requisition to of thlB plhce, issued for them, dence of being anything hut a hayseed. ing out at 0 o'clock. They wero then higher had heeu breeching broke and a young, His namo is C. L. Long and he is from discharged. when the Jerry's town, Medicine Lodge. nerroua horHO begau running and kickMies Ida Bailey, teacher in the Gov. Culber&on meana to stop that 10 miles. ing on thdBtoepeit grade within high school, had her certificate reif it takes a legislative session of mind to throw priza-fig- ht Horace had presence thrusting hia mother to do it. Ho has called tho Legislature voked because she failed to attend the the horse and after to meet Ojtobor 1 for the purpose of teachers' institute. She can not bo em out by main force, threw the animal acting on a hill that will prevent tho ployed as a teacher in that county for n Inand stripped U of harness witn little fight on TexsB year. Mrs. B. feels jury except o phaeton. Lleut.-GeJohn M. Schofiold ro attended the ac- soil. that a kind Provuleuce from active eoryico Sunday and Thfi Now York democrats have turn tired drop of the cident In the only time ed dowji tho grand old democratic roos- went on the retired list, after an eventdriving, uud nbaeton top whilst ful career iu timea of war and peace For choaen tho star as the party access to those good Samari- ter and the other day tho Maryland more Hum ueven years ho has been in Peyfamily, at tans, Samnol Holm and selected as the party emblem command of tho United States army, Well, who cheerfully supplied dumocrats ton's of jour tbo'Tiickory treo In reverence of Gen. and since Feb. S Use ho has held tho exhorse and vehicle for continuance alted position ot lieutenant general. Jackson, tho glorious "Old Hickory." noy homeward. Neva burp, who writ MIb8 of Harroils charmingly for the pee-ulprePH, spent a fuw w ooka with rcla WillUmp, corn-cuttin- g j Hi Woon-socke- t, Lead-vill- e, g Rn-ates- t a m A lawn fete or social will be given by the ladies of the Baptist church at Dr. Herring's residence Friday evening, tho 4th. Refreshments served for 25 conts. We publish this list for the ben-fi- t Mr. Yantis sold to Mr. Durham, of of our readers. Flatwood, a farm for $7o0. Mrs. Salllo Ferrlll bought 151 acres of land at 116 50. Arbucklc's Coffee, 22jc. J. P. Bourne has rented the Humber Granulated Sugar, 5c. farm for a year for $000. Urovvn Sugar, Dra Kinnaird, BubIi and Grant performed n Biugical operation upon Dr. Smoked IJacon, Rothwell, of who liaa been JMack Pepper, 10c. here, tho guest of hia brother, Mr. SamArm and Hammer Soda, 7 uel D. Rothwell and family. Fire Proof Oil, 175 test, 15c. Miss Grace Kinnaird entertained the Eggs, 10c; Butter, 15c. members of the "walking club" on Friday evening at her homo on Stanford AU Calicoes, 5c. street. She was assisted in entertaining Best Apron Ginghams, 5c. by Misses Katn and Lillian Kinnaird. Dress Ginghams, 5c to Mr. Breathitt Brown received a painHoosier Cottons, 5c. ful accident one day laat week by being Full yard wide Bleach Cotton, thrown from a wagon on his farm. A mule kicked him, breaking two of bis 5C. ribs and bruising him up a good deal. Masonville and Lonsdale Bleach MIbb Annio Wallace, of Point Leav-elCotton, has been offered and accepted a posiMen's heavy cotton socks, 5c tion as teacher of art in a largo college per pair. in Duo West, S O. Mips Wallaco leaves Ladies' fast black hose, 5c pair. this week to begin her work at that Heavy work shirts, INTERIOR JOURNAL. PRICE CURRENT. Men's fine shoes, congress, and lace, Si. 25, up. Ladies' kid button shoes, good ones, $1. Groceries. Mis'-ouri-, 4c. 74c fine, $1.25 Ladies' kid button shoes, extra to Si. 50. iHats. jc. Men's fine stiff hat, late style, Si. Men's fine soft hat, Alpine, $1. Men's crusher hat, 50c. Dry Goods. Clotkizig;. Children's suits, 7$c to S3. vest, S2 up. o 5 to 14 years, Sc. Bos' suits, coat, pants and half-intere- st Press-Transcri- ill-I- Men's suits, $3, S4-5up. Boys' cape overcoats, S2, S3 SO. Youth s overcoats, S2. 50 up. . Men's overcoats, S2.50 up. 7jC This is only a partial list but it gives anidea of what most staple articles cost, and if your home merchant will not sell them to you 25c. placo. Elegant white counterpane 75c. at these prices go to James Frye, There was a good crowd in attendat Hustonville, Ky., who will be ance at Dr. Wyatt Letcher's sale lapt Boots Slioss. glad to do so. Also, he will make week at Paint Lick. The doctor and Men's heavy boots, $1.50 to you a suit of clothes to order from family will go to Colorado Springs short- $2. any sample in the Royal Tailors' 50. ly for his health, he having already Men's heavy shoes, $1.25 to Book, of Chicago, for Si profit rented his farm. Of course these prices are for cash. $1.50. Information woo received here of l, and 10-y- tho death of Dr. Robert Cochran of typhoid fever at Due West, S. C. He was a cloBsmate of Dr. II. M. Grant at the Medical University at New York and a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gillispie, of Upper Garrard and visited them something over a year ago. K. P. Woods bought of J. B. Burton a mule for ?30. Mr. Dalton bought of John Lawson three mule colts for $50. B. F. Tlohinaon bought a bunch of lambs of John Dunn at 2Jc Hill Bros, sold to Ferrill, of Madison, 30 butcher cattlo at James Saunders bought 10 extra feeding cattle weighing about 1,100 poundB of T. L. Saunders at 4c and two butcher cattlo at 2c. R. L. Hubble bought a yearling mule of W. B. Ray for NEW STORE AT HO 1 -- 1? ILLB. THE- 2to3c. $50. Ver-no- n a, two-thir- n, Dr. J. L McKeo preached his lntt pennon, at least for the preeent, to the congregation at the Presbyterian churrh Sunday morning. Dr. McKeo's classes in Centre College and other duties aa well as the painful condition of hia eyes prevont him from holding the charge here longer. He has done much good Everything In for the church, not only by his forcible, logical sermons, but by his zeal and earnestness. -:- Mr. W. E. Morris, of Kansas, visited Lancaster friends last week. Mrs. Oxley Clothing, Millinery, Cloaks, &c. and Miss Ocie Hemphill, of Cythiaua, are tho guests of Mrs. Rachel Hemphill. Mr. Frazier, of Lexington, was tho guret Sunday of Miss Mary Anderson. Mr. W. II. Doty, of Minneopolis, visited rel- W. N. CltAIG, M. D. J. W. Hocker. atives hero last week. Elder Wm. Bush, of Nicholasvilie, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. E Pascoe. Mr. C. S. Billow nod wife are in Louisvillo on a visit to , his brother.. W. C. Price of Danville, wis the guent of his mother, Mrs. Susan Price, Friday. Mrs. J. O. Hemphill and Miss Lula Bryant have returned from the cities with anew supply of millinWe handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet ery goods. Mies Viola Davis, of Am Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drugbrose, is the guest of her friend, Miss gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most Llllie Warner. .Mr. James rerKiU", oi liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your preIllinois, has been visiting his brother, scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and Mr. Nick PerkinB. Mrs George Petty accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line and daughter havo returned to Missouri. Craig & Hocker. of Spectacles. SSTOscar E. Roch, Parmacist. Fred Frisbie leaves Wednesday to enter n military echool at Winston, N. O. A. G. Davidson, of Freeman, Mo., is the guc6t of his mother. Etipostiusva New Goods at Roek Bottom Priees General Merchandise, SMITH TTOBTEICX., SiSXlSSKOiar. CRAIG & - HOOKER, - DBUGG-ISTS- STANFORD, - KEJNTTtTCJKo f bush-whacke- rln Bu-fo- fellow-workme- n ro-po- rt Cai-lis- le Corbett-Fitzdimmo- na n. ing to nn Austin dispatch, to defeat the legislation asked for by Gov. Culberson to prevent the Corhett - Fitzalmmons fight. A physician of Gineinn ati, who has made n study of the d'seaspp, claims to hive found a remedy which will absolutely nud permanently cure dlabetea and Bright'a disenso of tho kidneys. Mra. Sallie White Adams, of Quincy, HI., who in a daughter of Dr. Bram White, of Columbia, Ky., has dedicated a musical composition to Gun. and Mrs. P. W. Hardin. It has been named 'The Gen. Wat Hardin March." A big reception was tendered at e Mayavillo Thursday night to Mr. W. Thomas, of that city, in honor of bis recent election at Boston to bo Grand Master of the Grand Encampment of the Knight'a Templars in the United States. During tho Hunting Season from October 1st, 1895, to March 31st, 1890, the Norfolk & Western will take free in baggage cars, when accompanied by owner, Hnd at their rfsk, tho dogs of sportsmen or hunting parties, not exceeding one dog to each man, who must furnish chaiu or rope to tlo them. La-Ru- Of tho 119 counties in Kentucky 73 havo local option or prohibition. Nellie W. Hagel, a female aeronaut, fell 1,000 feet from a balloon at Monio-viCal and hardly a grease spot of her waa found. It will take only 11 Senators, accorda, ANCHOR STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranges, 5 And The You are invifed to call and see them. FARRIS & HARDIN !5?"JE?5S3 l"Ti" : Jk a Ti f jKSDurpc Jersey aJ'lliTrV T- THE HLUE-UKAS- S HERD OF - R. Red . - HiW ' Af TU .Vi.kV.. -- ..... Swine h 5Wygy'p5?T'g C2 Stock, llreedert tecureJ .rum tnt b"st herd TFt w? In Crab 3 Orcd, - Kentucky. PIgi tarsal teveril dlflcreut Statei. Correspondence from tho best tjrppi of Registers Solicited Ib ItecoiYiiitf Ilin FALL : AND : WINTER : GOODS. call. Goods Warranted mo a Pdect Kjt Guarante'!. Give me ti iemi-Week- ly Interior Journe Kr., - 3rANFORD. OcroiJGR 1,1895 W. P. WALTON. Jkrsky domocrata havo added their demand for sound inouiy along New - ! S" with Kentucky, Pdnusylvnnio, Maryland, Onto, Iowa and New York. These Statea have 260 votes in the National convention and the figures grow hs each Stats of importance falla into line. Miss issippi with her little 10 votes must feel pretty chilly away out in the cold and practically by herself. The fury cf the free silver crtza baa spent itself and by the next National convention there will hardly be a man found who is bit; enough fool to champion a cause, so unjust and idiotic. The New Yur World is author ity for the statement that no silver legislation can be accomplished during the next session of Congress, there being only S3 members for free silver coinage to 1316 who are eternally opposed to it. With such a prospect of an ignoble end, what folly, what rauk idiocy, what utter disregard of party was shown by those who ejected the issue into the Kentucky campaign to produce division and discord and make a hard battle all the harder to wild We believe that the rest of the democratic ticket will pull through with a fair majority, but from all we can bean Gen. Hardin will escape defeat only by the Bkin of his teetb, as a rebuke for hia refusal to accept r.nd teach the doctrines laid down by bis party. It is a pity that this is true, but being true it is useless to shut our eyes to it. We are hoping, however, that something may yet turn up to unite the democracy and make victory easy and pronounced. be so, Plato Knott, thou the article called forth by our declaration that it is better to sup port Hardin than a republican, bnt what's the use of being guilty of the silly performance of cuttiugotr ono'd nose to spite one's face. Wo aro freo to admit that Gen. Hardin's insubordination and disregard of party principles are calculated to make democrats feol like administering a robuke to him, but it can not be done without injury to the State and nt tho expense of good government. Wo are eternally opposed to turning tho Commonwealth over to the hungry horde of republicans and never having scratched a ticket or voted for a republican, we can not ilnd It iu our heart to do so now. Lot us stop this war among ourselves and once more march to certain victory. Hardin as governor can't hurt the cause of Bound money nor except in remote contingency help that of silver, which is already fast becoming a back number. rea-sone- It must st well in PlanB havo nearly been completed in the minds of tho public, on account of the awfnl punishment inflicted for a combination of all the largo mlllein upon tho eirl, will bo wed next Wednes- tho United States, In order to control tho day by D. 0. Brewer, of Denver, Col. output and price of flour. Mrs. Stivors had to pay tho girl $3,000 damages and as that amount waa paid STRAYED OR STOLEN. into the Germanin Trust to hold for her, with interest, tho monoy many have 16 hands high and Onn Gray Horse 9 years had eomethiug to do with tho Colorado one Koan Mare 8 years old, old, hands high, lloth That will make this week a lively one at the Louisville Store. Mag; Rood saddlers. A liberal tewrd mil be paid lor nificcnt array of new Fall and Winter goods, together with man's aflectious. the magic any information or tneir rcmrn. MILTON WARREN. The Enoch Anion Btory is over beinfluence of popular low prices inspires customers with (Si Stanford, Ky. ing enacted in daily life. Lewis county furnishes tho latest and liveliest one of SALE. them all. Some years ago William Sar- GOOD gent married Hose EvauB and soon deFailing to teli the Farm ol Sixty Acret near the public auction Lancaster serted her. Iu two years Robs heard her at 1 o'clock pike, itwill be olUred at County Court day In October, 14th, II husband was dead and she remarried not sold privately Before. M. SPUKD PKYTOM. 39 Soon after this Sargent returned and married Rose's Bister. Ho left again and To tho of Lincoln Go. when his wife recelvod word that William had been killed in tho Cuban war Thet x for the enr 1895 Is long past due. law have to settle with she married Charles Simpler. William vember. The tax must be the State tliolaatof Ni. And an eagerness to buy while all lines arc complete, and thus paid bclorc can settle will please come forward and gives business an impetus which week, demanded his wife So the returned last keeps our house crowded. pay promptly without further delay. Respectfully. NKWLAND, and Simpler gracefully packed up his T. S Sheriff Lincoln Co. grip and departed. Price Clippings FARM FPU Tax-Paye- rs CONFIDENCE 11 1 1 I The railroade, especially the Louisville Nashville, did the Kentucky Press As. sociation proud and the Atlanta exposi & (i 4 i ( ? t $ i i i I f f- - tion managers could not do too much for the members. They wore shown many courtesies and all the sights of the big bow and are now back home to teli their readers all about it. A business meeting was held at the Gate City and that nestor of the knights of the quill, the quiet and unostentatious, but brighter and brainer than the best of them, John A. Bell, of the Georgetown Times, was elected president; B. D. Rtngo, of and in token of Hartford, his faithfulness and untiring efforts for tho'good of the association, Loving W. Gaines, was given a second term as secretary and treasurer. Not satisfied with this it also presented him frith a gold headed cane. Further opening its heart and about "no mile South of the Stanford & UusCHURCH AFFAIRS. tonvllle pike, sell at public auction to the hiehest it gave "Will Wilgus, of Hopkinsville, a It has been 30 years since tUo war and n bidder the personal properly of (aid decedent, Five Months with Hoard, &c, for $S$, 5po, $95, according to grade. consisting of 8 10 milk nice present and Uo showed its appre- yet 1,000 names in excess of those dropA. V. Sizemore assisted the colt, interest in hoes, Chtese cows, on a suckling Rv. Factory, the srnwinc ped were added to tho pension rolls duJ. M. HUBBARD, President. ciation of Mr. 0. M. Meacbam's services meeting at Buckeye, crop on the premises, a lot of household and kitchpastor in a en furniture, Urmini; utensils and a stock of of the executive committee ring the year just closed. There are now Garrard county, which closed Thursday 8 chairman Merchandise. Howard Female College, Gallatin, Tennessee. All sums ol 5 and under, cash, for all Tkkms by giving him something to remember it almost a million on the list, notwith-stondin- g night with 40 additions. urns over that amount a credit ol thrc months, wero but 2,700,000 men there o by. Mr. H. E. Woodfolk, of the According to a prominent church- for which notes bearing interest from date with Advocate, was cboEen to fill Mr. enlisted. Nearly every survivor of tho man the Epmcopaliana have in contem- approved security, negotiable and payable tn bank, will oc required No prniert to be remivod until terms of tale Meacbam's place this year and be will do war is now on the pension rolls, which plation the establishment of a great Naare complied w in KATliAHIN'r ADOK. is no longer a roll of honor, but the re- tional University in Washington. Administratrix. it to the queen's taato. 60 td sort of every so called veteran who Elder D. G. Combs continues to The Place to Buy wanta to livo without work. Ooh readers must excuse us for devohold forth to large congregations at the monkey-Timeting space to the Mt. Vernon Dillingham addition, . The New York court of appeals holds large tent in the 41 additions, and the aro dull and news is scarce, and Therw have been I will rent to tho highest bidder on property bought with pension mon when that is the case we always stir the that meeting will conto taxation or exe- indications aro that the Wc sell at the Chcipest Price. 1895, Oct. little animal up just to have a little fun. ey is neither subject tinue perhspo all next week. Richcution, bo no mutter how just a debt, the He is such an "amoosin little cubs," as My Kaim cf if he be a rascal, and of course mond Register. Artemus Ward uaed to say, that really pensioner, ! River Association The Cumberland laugh at his creditFine Land, Acres wo can not resist the temptation to make there are many, can to let its members drink About 70 acres to go In corn and about payment. Half will continue By an Experienced Pharmacist. '5 acre him perform. Don't bo alarmed, ladies or and co Scott free of itn A already sown In wheat. It it about midway ben beverage of the laws are for the benefit of rascals IntorioatiriL' liouors hs halt a tween Miflhy City and Milledcvillc, and gentlemen, when he snaps and resolution was presented to withhold mile of Danville A HuiUmville pike, lhcro are snarls. There is not tho least danger in and nearly the other half too. and four fellowship from any churches that suf- ter good houses on the placeiS6. plenty of wai'osavsslon given Jan. 1, him. He only does that to make tho Mt fldll or Gb.n. Nklso.v A. Miles, senior major fer its members to "make, At tho tame time will sell 10 cattle, IS hags, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Vernon people think he is a bad one general, has been informed that he will drink intoxicatiug liquors," but araotkn I7 sheep, 3 mules, 0 horses, two wagons, two barone binder, drill, rlw and gears, 600 who wants to eat be appointed to the commaud of tho U. prevailed from Bittcl Creek, 10 to strike out the word drink. rels of corn, willstacks ol hay, Ac. months, parable be rented for 17 The farm somebody up alive. It is only make be- S. army to succeed Gen. Schofield, reTho following statistics wero Jan. t, 1897, (.iocal note require.!. Uu personalWE MANDLK A COUri.tTE LINK OF ty, all sums of io and cash, over that six lieve. Wo have been handling him for tired. The appointment is worthy of at the Muthodist Conference at months' credit without under Interest; notes negotiable years and have never failed to take the more than ordinary note, because the Winchester: Local preachers 107; mem and payable in bank. JAMKS K. MOOKE, temper out of him and reduce him to general is not a West Pointer. ! Mielby City Ky. bers 29,03; infants baptised 301; adults and modeat, what he naturally is, a meek Leagued 67; members 1,802. Epttorth Mns. Gov. Hoaa has got a great deal microscopic monkey. 2,171; Sunday schools LMS; teachers Chamber Suits, Curtain Poles, fVi.re Tables, Veranda Setter, more eenBe than Mr. Gov. Hogg, While Folding Ilcdt, Extension Ilrackett, Cutting Tablet, scholars 14,010; societies 328; church Japanese Pertlem, Somk people wouldn't believe the state- he is tearing his shirt trying to keep Ilaliy Carriages, tildelioares, Music Cabinets, Church Furniture, es 274; valuo $094,045; parsonages 02; val- A Good Blue-Gra3- s Farm Near Wardrobes, Carpets, Mlrrcrt. ment made bv Judge M. D. Hughes, of Corbett and Fitzsimmons from pounding ue 507,400. ifall Furniture, Hall Trees, Oil Cloth, Couches, Stanford. Livo Stock, Bank Jail Furniture, Lancaster, that the poll books showed each other, she claps her hands and says Hugs, Chairs. l'ldttires and Kasels, Hank Furniture, Stock, Crop, Farming that Col. Bradley had voted for a "nig-gar- " "lot 'em fight." 80 say wo all. Let 'era A cob pipe factory, with a daily outHook Cases, Straw Mattings, Wall Taper. Carpet I'aper, oyer Sam Rothwell, a veteran of the fight and kill each other, if they want to. put of 8,000 pipes, will shortly bo put in Dining Tablis, Express Wagons, Window Shades. Implements &c. war an honored G. A. R. man, for jailer, operation in Waverly, Tenn. M and Bcttie Keid, deccas. Thrhelrt of John Fusion seems to be the order of the bo Jndgo Hughes and Tom Whorritt The wife of Henry Moore, of Flemon In 17 counties demo- ing county, gave birth to triplets two ed, will, is no mis day in Kansas. publish an affidavit that there Oct. 31st, 1895, take about it. No wonder there was crats and populists have combined girlB Bnd a boy. Combined weight 24 Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, Ky. doubt with reference to tho statement, against tho republicans and in other pounds. At the mansion house on the premises, about miles Jrom Stanford, offer nt public auction,. the not as to Judge Hughes' veracity, but os counties the democrats and republicans Scott county will voto at tha Novem- rarm of have united to down the populists. Polito Col. Bradley being guilty of such a ber election on whether a tax of 10 cents Land, Acros thing. Tho "niggera" uro pleased over tics makes strange bed fellows. shall bo levied for the purpose of main- About On which John M. Keid lived at hia death. Thit how do the old soldiers take to it, but taining free turnpikes. MATRIMONIAL larm is well improved and it very desirably loeat MATTERS. the beat a thing? that Bort-olion. John S. Phelps, of Fayette ed and the land itofof a large quality. The im. dwelling provementa consist Copt. R. A. McKee, of Lawrence-burhiving been nominated for Representa- as good aa new and all necessary outbuildings. springs and Miss Sallie Yates, of Rich- tive, bus resigned aa a member of tbe The farm it watered by five right bower, John 0. New, Harrison's and hat a Urge orchard ol Iruitt and says ho is not a candidate for the presi- mond, will wed on tbe 0th. otdpsirable variety. The neighborhood is one of State Board of Equalization. the host in tha county, with no obiectionable sur Miss Lucile Blackburn, daughter of dential nomination and that bo prefers Elizabethtown Buffered a fire Imb roundings. The convenience to lite churches and Senator Allison, of Iowa, far the posi- tho Senator, will be married at Versailles Sunday of 18,000. It started in Q. W. schools in Stanford make the location very supeAll kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Rcpairinc rior. Stanford hat several churches, a largo fetion. Harrison is. sensible. Ho. does today to Mr. Thomas F. Lane, of New Willis' livery stablo and 14 horses were rrule college, a good male academy and flour thing done in style. good JerBey. well to rest "where ho Id at." Billy burned, including Templo Winslow,2:20. public school a water merchant llouriug mill anil works, electric light and ico it supplied with The Kentucky Conference of tbe is the logical republican nominee At Big Stone Gap Are destroyed 10 factory. farm will first be oflVrol in three lots: One This and be is as sure of it as a cent is for n Methodist church, in eession at Coving- frame bouses valued at f 15,000 and inacres, including improvements, and one of about fSpCCial attention tO llOTSeS With diseased feet. ton, has expressed itself in favor of the sured for $7,000. and temporarily We have an nrricfi ginger cake. yi ,l,ici juuiil ui it.iucub. aim uu lite u,ij.i.Biic admission of women delegates. side of Then business of 14 houses, includ- w.ll be the readasfrom the residence highest the tract 1 rimmer wno win sausiy tne taste ol the most fastidious in his work. the a whole and the oflcred and best The Chicago man who claimed to have "Love's young dream" eeeniB to ing Ayres' bank. bid accepted. R-- KIKLEY. Terms reasonable and made known on diy cf MR. GXFERIEECED PRINTER. found tho missing link was mistaken. have been a little too young in tho case At Lexington Ldward 11. Bailey, ale. Tho thing was long ago discovered to be of the bride who seeks a di- u young drug clerk, was arretted at the W. V, McKinoey hat pctscsiion and will take Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. in showing any one over the farm For at Mt. Vernon. He answers to the name vorce from her husband in instigation of the Humane Society and urther Information address Keid heirs, btanford, of Smith and appears to be a cross be- Philadelphia. Ho Ky. the same time and place I will, as executor ol charged with cruelty to animals. At g and a muetela tween an Jack Webb, an old ba:helor miser, threw vitriol on a dog. the will ol John M. Keid. dee'd, sell at public auction to the blgheat bidder thtpertonalty of the putoriup, having the face of the former died near Sulligent, Ala., the other day. James and Jacob McKinloy, of Sailstate of the decedent consisting of 7 and and tho odor of the latter. Helelt a will directing that the money ors Springs, 111., who were under indict cattle, a yearling cattle, 3 milk cows filly, calvet, yearling year, 35 sheep, a yearlihg millet, which he left, filly, 4 sadshould be expended inent for murdering T. W. Bennett lirg horse colt, I LANCASTER, KY., work hois 3 brood mares, dle horse, 8 Ea- in steeping Ireah the grave of Frances Editor Smith, of the Mt. Vernon found Bennett In Louisville and haye colt, t hogs, 10 sows and mule, so fat pigs, 60 thoats, 350 bushels of oata, 350 barrels of Has now on hand Weather-Boardingle, eays we dye our hair and have false Stewart, his sweetheart, who died 50 taken him to thbir homo. Ceiling, Flooring and all kinds corn. 5 sfektof hay, 8 shares 01 t'ock in First difference between years ago upon the eve of their wedding of armed Natlonalllankoftjtanford.il sharea of ttock In of Dressed Lumber. teetb. That's tbe Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. With the aid of a party Marion National Dank, (arming implements, B. him and a white man. Persons of bis uay. friends, JasperjSharp, who killed Mrs. household furniture. &c. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow Terms of Sale of Personalty: For all sums cf Stanford, Ky. Miss Annie Burre, who figured bo George McOlanahan and dangerously color never dye their hair and dentlsta $10 and under, cash; over that amount a credit of do not make teetb for animals of his prominently in the sensational Stivers wounded her husband in Bracken coun lour months on note with good security, bearing Poplar, we are prepared to meet competition from all points on interest from datji and navahli, in hintr. - caae at Louisville, which is yet freah 1 breed. j. O. FOSTKH, Ex'or. cash orders. ty, ia defying a sheriffs posse. vice-preside- will offer at public outcry to the highest and Tho remaius of a little girl of Mr best bidder, without reserve, on W. It. Frotwtll who died at Mlddlosboro, were brought here Friday for Interment. 5IJ1, 1895, Below our spcacial bargains for this week: Our immense stock of She was about a year old. This is the At my residence l'i milos west of Uustonvllle, Capes and Jackets will be put on sale this week. Every garment en Becond child tho sorrowing patonts have. Liucola county, known a the Ha. ley Kami, tht following personal property: tircly new and very latest styles in cloth and finish. Capes Si. 50 up. lost in a year or so. Six Itiool Marts. 1 seed work Horses, three .Hoists, four a yrar olds, a yearlings, two Cloaks $2. 50 up all wool Serges Mr. W. U. Higgins received a tele- year-cl40 in. wide all colors 25c; comforts wcinlinKi, t Kd work Mule, one a yrar old horse gram yesterday stating that Joseph Hig- Mule, two splendid Horse .Mules, and blankets 75c up; ladies' Jersey ribbed vests 15c up. Men's heavy wcanuns, o .Mules, gins, formerly of Kirksville, had died o yeaning old, one 3,a one 4, two 3 and nne jacks, ribbed underwear one j years yearling, 50c suit; 10 dozen derby hats, not one worth less Ho was a brother ol Mif. five Jennet", 4 to 7 jcarsold, thoroughbred Stalsuddeuly. lion, 1 Milk Cows and Calves, stripper Cow, six than Sr.50, go this week at 25c. 12 dozen strictly all wool jeans Adlia Woods, of Huatonvillc, aud was Yearling Heifers, a weanling Calves, Miorthotn Hull, yearling, 75 slock Mors, 13 stacks of Hay, pants in black and gray go this week at 90c. Hoys' long pants suits in the employ of tho L. & N. stack of Sheaf OaU, 300 bushels of bhelled Cat, The wife of lUv. A. J. Daugherty is too bushels of Wheal, two ahorse Wagons, one S'75 p; boy's cape overcoat T.50; men's suits Wood Hinder, t Disc Harrow, Mower, Hake, 2.50 up. Clothing dead of typhoid fever, aged 3D. Besides Flows. Cultivator and other Farming Implements. made to order. I'onts made to order at 350 up. Suits up; Terms. Three all her husband, who Is now well stricken urns oer $10; that months without interest onNo- amount and under, cash. to 7. Our line of leaves two children. Sho note, payable at the National Hank of Ladies' patent tio button shoes 1.00, from Judge M. J. Durham repudiates the in years, she iustonvllle, will be required property is men's and boys' boots and Shoes is complete. Wc arc SAMUKL REID. Interview published in a Washinjjton was a member of the Methodist church removed. I) English, Auctioneer. T. ;J and a truly consecrated woman. paper, which said that he "would not Mrs. Millard F. Bolar died Saturdtiy vote for Hardin and that Blackburn will daugh- Public Sale of a Fins Farm. easily beat nnybody in the field. Me of peretonitis, aged 33. Sho was a House aud hers Crearv may cet a few votes in his dis ter of Mr. Thomas Ky aloutS Situated In trict, hs there are several ambitious gen- is the first death in tho family of seven South eastcf Lincoln county, Mm , distance miles from Danville ami years Bgo she be Stanford and aV, mil- from Shlby City, contain children. Twenty-tw- o tlemen there who would like to succeed ;To sell them lower than ever. ing auoui JJ5 acres, in a nignaiatcei cultivation. him as representative, but he has no came tho wife of tho man to whom she This Is the well known Levi Hubble farm and patuckv, of the best atronath anywhere." Wo thought the waa a true nnd loving helpmeet anil who one eight never wanned Farms In and Knob havfailing ntiiiirs ing I.lck judge was too much of a politician to is uow crushed with tho weight of the Creek running througn the entire place. The contains 10 rooms, all ncccssaiy give utterance to such sentiments, even greatest of sorrows. They had no chil- ings and numerous urge and small Darns, outbuild fencing Mr all in good repair, When her brother-in-ladren. if he did hold them. tale will take place at Danville, Ky., at I o'clk. W. L. Withers, told her sho was bound A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, A DI6PATCU from Barbourviile says to die she expressed a complote willing Monday, October 21, 1895 a dinner will be given Biadley when ness to submit to the will of God and County court day. Terms liberal and to suit tho that T; D. RANEY, Manager. at which he then gavo minute direction as to the dis purchaser For further particulars apply to Mrs he speaks there M. J Hubble, Danville. Ky or Branch Stores. and the Hon. John Henry Wilson will position of certain littlo articles she treasS GEO. S SrlELIlY, Shelby City, Ky. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, cross legs under the Bamo mahogony. If ured and as to her burial. She had been such a thing buppens, it will bo the ver- a member of tho Christian church for 10 Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. iest stage play. There ip no love be- years and her faith in her Savior was of tween these doughty statesmen and it a most touching nature. The remains Aa ad (state of Christ Ador, will strain both of them to act their lit- were brought to Buffalo Cemetery Sun- deed , I nlnistratrlxof the will, on tle parts for the appearance of a harmo- day and laid away In tho presence of 1895. ny that does not, can not and never will many friends who loved her for her ma- Thursday, Oct. Upon the premise of tha decedent on I.lck exist between them. ny excellent traits. liranch, about four miles Southwest of Stanford Full course in Literary Department. 1 Bowling Ghkbn outdid herself in en tertainlng the Orphan Brigade and those who wero drawn thither by their meeting. Over 30,000 visitors crowded the little city and everything was done to make the old boys have a good time. After speeches, in which Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner participated, dinner was served at the Fair Grounds and about 230 sheep, cattle and shoata were barbecued. The ranks of tho famous brigade are rapidly decimating, the statement being made that over 40 per cent, had died since the last annual meeting. Glorious old fellows I It's a pity they can not live forover! DEATH'S DQINCS. Fiiblic Sal. Saturday, Oct. d 1- inree-year-O- id 1 1 1 1 1 12-5- 0 i4 Slue-Gras- s rcswsaLJc-c!- . - THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Administratrix Sale. 3rd, Ediicate Your Daughters. m 10-da- ya Dan-vill- McRoberts' Drug Store Compounded s Sale and Eonting19th, SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILETARTiCLES Saturday, 250 of Prescriptions Carefully 111 "W. IB. 1 M'ROBEBTS, bus-K'- t, 60-t- d 8; PUBLIC SALE. FURNITURE WITHERS & HOOKER Thursday, 300 of g f St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., two-ator- y g, never-failin- MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. Mc-Kin- ley Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. EE eua-pend- orang-outan- ld 1 1 The Noel Planing Mill Co. g, 1 year-ol- d 1 year-ol- d 1 60-t-d , if "! " il. lnTyifw, - A- - "- - . ..- -. . V- -4 ' - iif jskiitia tittf m,.ju-- . , i: mi-Wee- Interior Journal 1, 1895 Stanford, Ky., - Octoucu Uonk After Mohe. Will Severance is in Cincinnati buying more goods, IIavb your prescriptions filled at Craig & Hockei'd. Hon. R. 0. Waiihkn is tryiug to ar. Don't delay having your oyes tested range for Senator Lindsay to speak hero county court day and afterwards wind by DankB, tho Optician. . China novelties at Dankp, tho Jeweler. VvsBB Children's Clothing Which we can safely say can fit almost every one. Wk havo a flno line of solid silver taDan B. Staoo held h policy of $2,000 bleware to show you. Danks, the Jewin the Mutual Life of Now York, which eler. Tux beat stock of tftbletn, nuhool books, Agent A. G. Jutland is ready to pity as puns, Inks, poiicilo. nnd school Piippliin Biiacelrts, links, manlcuro articles, Hoon as some one qualifies on his estate. in town. Come in and prices will prove belts, belt pins, opera g.iurda nnd sterIt. l'enny b Uriip Fton. Goon Start. President Milton Elling silver novelties galore at DankB'. liott writes that the West Kentucky ColPERSONAL POINTS. Would you limit tho prettiest and lege at Mayfield had the largest and Tom Fkhuim. Iihh been quite sick for a cbiRjeBt black drcHi you over bought? most enthusiastic opening in its history. week or more. Oouiotous. HugliHri& Tate. Already 115 pupils are enrolled and still Mil J. W. I'hiiiiin went up to Pino they come. Ho is confident of eucceba A comi'lbtr linu of millin-ervillo yesterday. in hia new field, just received and opened. Cull Hnd Mn John II. WADiiLr, of Somerset, see me over James Fryo'a store. Mac was in town Inst wn-k- . Tub Messrs. Squire, of Cincinnati, who Mil. G. 13. Cooi'Kii is 1h!( up with boll, S. Logan, Hustonville. have the contract for tilling in tho trestlo . of which be has a number. KfLL line of the lateM millinery fresh near tho water works, will complete the wotk Mn. K. D. Hayuun, of Hamilton, Mo., from the New York market and selected job this week. They havo been st is visiting bis ri'Utivwi here. for nearly three months and from 15 to with tho greatest care. Cull and seo bow '20 men and ns many mules have been Mim. M. 0. William and son of Mt. low I sell for cash. Mrs. A. A. McKin- employed. The contractors are to Vornon, spent Boveral duys here. ney. about $1,800 for the job and will Mns. T. J. Bknkihct bas been conflu-c- d Wanted. My old customers and new make some money. to ber bed with malarial fever. ones to know that I am again in Stan Dit. A. S. Thick is spending this week A cold wave has struck us nt last nnd ford on Lancaster slrert and would like at LinniettA Springs and Danville. with a vengeance. Tho mercury went their patronage. Miss Mary Davis Mipsbs Doi.uk McUoiibktb nnd Fnnnio down to 20 yesterday morning and frost Smith, Rhanks are. visiting relatives in Madison. and lew appeared everywhere there was T. 0. Ball Bold to J. 0. Hamilton a moleturo enough. Ab everything had Mn. Jkpsr M. Alvbkbon went tip to yesterday to stay a day or bouse and lot in Loncsiter on "Battlo about dried up, the snap did no material Richmond Row," for f22T. Tommy snyB ho clear- (lanugo No hope of rain in held out, two. Mns. 0. W. Glostkii, of Gallatin, ed S0 70 on the investment, outside of but wo shall have some before the week is out unlers all signs fail. Tenn , is visiting Mm. Judge. M. 0. Sauf-le- several bard fights collecting rent. m E. C. Walton, Business Manager ,,,M up with a big democratic rally. m CL0TM6 and OverCan fit any man. Ready-made SHIRTS! Men's and Boys' Suits coats, y 0 HiLij o J. II. ten ' or made to measure, as suits customer. M'ROBERTS. S. BAUGHMAN. n II. HAUGHMAN. I' " Cfl STANFORD JOLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Hour and Meal Try ome of our brands aod you will have no other-Fa- ncy Patent No Belle of Lincoln and Creole. io-cel- Neek: GLOVES! SEED and Bran. i, Alpha Snow, Fancy Family : WHEAT : Always : On : Hand. & Ourepectaltici-Seedf- ol Wear Canes. km, J. H. BAUGHMAN , all k,ndS, mixed and crushed to order-Co- ro, Rye, Ship.tulT, Oatt, Bar-l- ey Remember all Feed order, muit be accompanied with the cash. Address cr call on CO., Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. y. m r Notice. -- The district committeemen bas returned from Mim Annir are hereby notified to hold mi election Atlanta, apparently tmioh improved by in their voting precincts next Saturday the trip. afternoon nt '2 o'clock to select district Miia. J. B. Paxtoh and Mrs. W. P. Walton, who haverbeon quite ill, are im- committeemen. L. L. Dawson, chmn. proving. Every democrat will havo the right to Mips Annir Mkkki-kreturned to the go to his voting precinct Saturday, next, Cook County Normal school at Chicago and ny who shall be IjIh district comSaturday. Piiktty MiM Mamie Moore, ol Louis-vill- mitteeman. Let every one go and see is again in Mrs. Kale Duddemr's thnt only good men are, placed on guard. millinery. Tub Lancsster postmaster notifies tho Mn. N. H. McKinnky left Sunday lor citizens that hereafter ho will close his Chicago to enter the Chicago Collego of olllco nt KMO i M This may do in a, vil Dental Surgery. lage where the people jjo to bed at sun Mn. Will Skvkdakce, finding that his down, but it would't work hero nnd in tlrm had to have morn goods, baa gone other cities. to the cities again Cashier J. W. Hock r it and daughters, Sale I will sell at auction next Sat. Misf es Lou and Helen, of HustQiiville nrday a lot of aaddlis, harness, drysoods wero here Friday. and other things belonging to F. R. TiinSomeiHet Reporter says that Mr. Compton, of MilledgevillH, for the bone-fi- t nnd Mrs. J. M. Richardson have n fine of tho Louisville Tin A Stove Co. T. now girl at their home. J. Benedict, Constable. Mn. and Mhs. W. L. Kvanb hayo movSiikiiiit W. 0. Adams ns hero Fried to Hustonville, Rnatly to the resret day niter Bomo prisoners, who havobeen of their many friends here. Mn. anr Mns Jambs Kinlby, of Go- in jail for safe keeping, until the Casey shen, Ind., are with their son, Mr. A. II jail was completed. He says it has now been turned over to the jailer and is tho Kinley, who bas been quite sick. Mips Lauka Jahiiob, the handsome beataud NifcU one in this section. I milliner who bas been with Mina Llccio ought to be, for it cost f S.500. Beazley for seeral seasons, is again with A fire alarm at noon yestesday Boon her brought the fire company to tho scene of Messrs. J. S. MunriiY and Mack a small blaze at Mr W. 11. Wearen's. are staying at tho Bastin House. Crab Orchard, in order to tako the sul- The house in tho rear of hU residenre occupied by Mrs. Annie James as a phur water there. school-roocaught fire in tho roof but Mns. BBNKDtcTSrAi.niNn, of Lubanon, it war extinguished with the Iopb only of came up Saturday to see her father, Col. T.P.Hill. Her health bas much im- a few drzen uhingles proved siuco her sUy at Crab Orchard J. W. Jambs, of Crab Orchard, was inSprings. dicted in a number of ciaes for selling Mn. J. S. Wi lb is back from n vifiit to whisky without license, because bo failbis parents at Plant City, Flu. He took ed to have the lieenpe, of tho firm transin the Atlanta Kxposition and sara that ferred to him after ho bought his partwhile it is a good show, it is far from be- ner out. Judge Kaulloy held thnt be did ing complete. not lose his rights by a w ithdrnwal of a Maiisiiai. 0. J. Nkwi.ano is tho hap member of the firm, nnd the court of piest man in town His little eon, Ir- appeals sustnius him. Thu indictments vine, who bas been ill of typhoid fever are therefore d minified for several weoks, la convalescing nnd Tiik court of appeals has afilrmed bo feolfl good over it. Mips Dollik Williams, of Hustonville, Judge Saulley's decision in the case of P spent a few days at Mrs. W. P. Tate's W. Green, holding thnt the local option election held in Stanford is inoperative and went to Richmond yesterday to Mrs. Cecilia Kppinghousttn Bailey and void, lor the double reason that the petition ilora not set forth that 25 per in n concert last niubt. Mn. IIknhy Mills, tho youth who re- cent of tho voters at tho last election cently married Miss Roberta Bright, has signed it and because the order for thu decided that ho is not sufficiently up in election was not made at the next regutheology to preach and has accordiusly lar term of the county court after tho entered that department in Centre Col- petition wan filed. As tho court bad previously decided that the town wpb lege. governed by tho district election, which Mies Lavinia Shannon, who is climbing higher and higher in the theatrical also went for loeil option, the last deworld, is now leading lady in Mies Olnrn cision will not give the trustees the right Morris' Company. She has passed thro' to grant license A suit is, however, many vicissitude, however, since sho pending to lest tho constitutionality of appeared hero in 1SS0 in juvenile parts the passage of the law under which tho district election was held, and that may for Julia Hunt. For all 'round huntllng 1C I Walton, of remand tho whole thing back to the peothe Intkrioii Journal, of Stanford, is ple. bard to beat. Ho knows every man, woTiik republicans have already gone to man and child in Lincoln, Boyle and Cawork in their effort to carry this county. sey counties, nnd bus a nodding acquainTho bosses havo bold numerous eecret tance with hundreds in "Way no, Pulaski, meeting nnd a vast amount of corresponMercer, Madison, Whitley, Laurel and dence is being done. The democrats will Rockcastle. Louisville Poet. begin to organize this week and will mako tho hnrdest fight for years. Tho CITY AND VIRIH1TY. selection of Mr. George B. Cooper as chairman waa a wiso one and under his School Bhoes at Severanco A Son'a. management of affairs wo believo tho PnESCRirriOKB filled day or night at democrats will poll an unusually largo Craig & Uocker'e. vote nnd that Lincoln county will be redeemed. To accomplish this desired For tho best and cheapest Fall suite end, however, it will bo necessary for evgo to Jesse D. Wearon. ery democrat to do hia duty und not onNkw stamped linens, butcher linens, ly go to the polls nnd vote but work for "Indian Head" cotton embroidery, Bilks, tho success of the party. The democrats havo nominated good men both for State etc., at Severanco & Son's. And county offices and it is their duty to Wk are overstocked with harness. elect them, which they can do if they Come in and get what you need cheaper will. The republicans will all be at the than you ever knew it. M. S. A J. W. polls and will "vote early and often" (if Baughuian. they can) but tho democrats out number Instead of speaking here next Thurs- them in this county and profiting by tho day, 3rd, W. S. Taylor, candidate for At lebaon they bad last Novetnbor, wo they will leave no atone unturned torney General on tho republican ticket, will speak at Kingsville that day. Judge in their effort to snow the rads under bo Morrow will also be on band to stir the deep that they will not know where they aro at. Let ua bopo so at least. I boys up. GitKKNB k e, The Advocate says tliat George P Bright in hia answer to J. A. Hammonds suit lor h'ander sas that at tho time ho cbiirgeii mat Hammonds burned his own store nn. I stolo paint belonging to the Methlist church at Hubble, ho did po in good faith believing it to be true, but upon investigation since, ho is satisfied that the charges were untrue and without foundation. Ho denies, however, that Mr. Hammonds' reputation has been damaged in the amount ho prayed for, and uaked the court to dismiss tl.o suit. Maccaheek. Mt. Xenla Tent, No. 38, waa organized Saturday night by the unanimous election of Mr. Linn L Dawson, Commander; Fred P. Bishop, Past Commander; Charles 0. Withers, Lieutenant Commander; Georgo D. Hopper, Record Keeper; Dr. T. M. Lewis, Phyei-ciuCharley Carter, Seargenl; Win. P Carson, Chaplain; J. W. Crntcbfield, Master at Arms; John Logan Waters. 1st Master Guard; J. Perry Ballard, 2nd Master Guard; George A. Eubanks, Sentinel; John Thornton, Picket. The lodge (or tent) will meot the 1st and 3rd Saturday nights in each month. n; US JOT Why buy Old Stock when you can get for the same money I 1 UMBRELLAS, BRIGHT, NEW GOODS? Mcln- Our new Fall stock has arrived. You can't help but buy if you come and see. toshes, ',1 i , Capes, Box Coats For men and boys. DAftl&S, The mmmm.. m Jeweler. rrnw FOX7I!VI I A Sewing Machine for with 5 -- iiimimiw Miuu. Every kind of xlollctirs years guarantee. It has no equal. HtifT-ma- n I STOUT NKW ADVEKTIHEMKNTt -- THE- It Wa1 W. H. WEAREN & CO. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. i ; i Dealer in Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, And to suit every build of human ity. I 7 FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. Effort We'll make to get your trade by Square Dealing gives you a Chance to overlook us, for it not be Slim vi 1 i Overcoats For Men, Boys And b t I Little 1 -:- - Things New Tooth Brushes, New Ladies' Pockets, r I 1 " 1 na-e- lst LON Before you find that we arc not -- Children. MM m Y A . jt WV Jtz Long" i Worry you if you can't get what you want. AVo have what you are looking for: New Leather Kelts, New Wool Slipper Soles, New Side Combs, New Over Gaiters, New large Buttons, New Laces, New Handkerchiefs, New Combs, New Pocket Books. New Brushes, Now Purses, A na.ts j SHORT In our methods in treating ycu right. It would be Short Coats, New Hair Pins, New Stamped Linens, New Embroidered Silks, New Zephyrs, New Gcrmantown Lawn Come look at these goods. New Knitting Silks, New Kit! Gloves, New Corsets, etc. New Saxony Yam, Wo sell them at lowest cash prices SEVERANCE & SON. ,i, We have opened up one of the handsomest lines ol blaek and fancy dress goods ever offered in this city and we invite all buyers to exCourteous : Invitation amine before buying. Our black and colored silks and velvets for waists and sleeves are not surpassed in any inland town and we obliTo inspect our line before making gate ourselves to make prices as low if not lower than other houses; In its effects and test of your judgyour Fall purchases is extended to ment as to wear and durability. all. Satisfaction guaranteed or We therefore command a few momoney refunded. ment in showing our line of THE- - Policy for us to endeavor to show For long men, slim men and stout men. All styles and prices. A you any thing that was not most POOR PANT Pointed Facts. DO NOT LEAVE HOME Mens', w Boys' And wt trfk.t'W n y GEobe, Strictly One Price Clothing House, bo-lie- ve J. L Frohman Proprietors, & Co-- , To buy goods that you can buy at home to a better advantage and at lower prices. Every department of our stock is in good shape and we are adding to it constantly, expecting a biff Fall trade. We have been and will continud to be the leaders in men's clothing, either in ready made or made to order goods. Our clothing is the best material, the best trimmed, the best made and best fitting goods in this maiket. This you will find on comparison and we challenge competition. There will be a big advance in shoes this Fall, as hides have advanced from 200 to 300 per cent, so you had better buy early and don't fail to examine our stock before buying. Danville, - - Ky. HUGHES & TATE. 'liWrMTiK'nri m'k Sit tmi m-- t Mf t J&- wj-- i ter J mwMiJWKMIIi ;Yi,KikJtH' Wyl? ' VijjjsTili ,, ""''T"' ;t . aijSKC4 t yiifKwsJ V J II. BronaURh's Kitty B. Btarted QUEEN & CRESCENT. in a boHIiir race at Oakley Saturday but follows: Trains past Junction City was behind the money. Mo. 1 South ......u 3 a m No a North .3 3 P m Ed Geers s.tys he is RoiiiR to beat ra P " 3 4 13.15 am 6 k .3.15 m Fidol.John It. Gentry and Joe Patchen it uatn ' to 8 40 pm 6 00 a m ' 9 " Not. Nos. 5 tot 6 ami oar d 10 run no fur with Star Pointer 2:0oi U. hHr Ten horsea with records from 2:12J lo 2:28 died week before laet. Hal Dillard is now being touted s pabllohod Every Tuesday and Friday AT the comiDR two minute horse. A pair of Mercer county oxen weif?u not snpsid S53 6Q will he chargcd-Med 4.S30 pounds, tbe larcest 2,490. J. W. Bibb sold to E. P. Woods 24 K. C. L0CM2ME CARD. hogs AverngiuR 175 pounds at 3 70. of a pound is a Stanford at 7:1$ a m nd 3 p. m. A pear welhinR Trains leave strivine at a:jo p. m, and o:v p. m. from the orchard of Mr contribution Moses Coffey. L.&N. LOCALTIMECARD. Mies Rita, 2:091, wears only 12J . sip m No. sa.Trsln coins North m ounces of iron in her four Bhoes and no " ' 3 5 No. .& 12 o p m " South Ha. ... " " No! 8, li p Ul boots of any kind. jay-Wh- Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourp FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. NOTICE Notice Is hereby I glvn that I will retstth In to see all my friend and bid Sept. "0,e,e"u'1 br mo onday 3. 1895, to them order to get hsve Just purchased a very large G. W. Cotfty J30. payable 30 alter date, stock farewell, I Msichandise aud aim to sell of General M. E. ALLEN, llustonvill?, Ky. 39 3t them so cneap that you will always remember roe, GOODBYE. COME AT OITOE While my stock Is complete. C. D. POWELL, Stanford Kentucky's Great Trots. DB. "W. $77,250 in Stakoi And Fursos. Loxlngrtorii October 8 iS3. Kentucky's Futurity; The Tennessee; :n pacers. Be psjinrsr, ssW. sssssasssssslst1 w. s. :, b-ctrch- to 18. Attornoy Stanford, - - Kentucky. OTiceon I.iicaitcr Street, oppo.lle the Court House. Collections receive especial attention 8S at Law, nentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Office on Main Street, J9 TU5SDAY, OCT.. J'J.ooo .. . Opposite the Ptat-Otfi- WaUaoQ ee 2S. 1 STAETFOBD -- 1 Female ments. Scientific, -:- - College, and Collegiate Depart- Attorney nt Law, Stanlorcl, - - Kentucky. Willvt SpeciAl as Varnon, Fs-te- s, s:i; Class; trotting Free-fur-al- 4,000 1,000 THE BAST1N HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Vt, j.j tioitera s:co Class, trolling The a to 1:11 l; WEDNKSDAV, pacing OCT 9. .. . . as Kxecuter,Admtnittrator and Assign- Stanford, Ky. Fall Session Opens Sept. 3 189$ ifantt' Lands. attfntlon gln to Settle aents of Atto tier and 8sle and Division The Transylvania Class, pacing Class, trutling. TUlKSllAY.UUT. . 10. of Office on LsneastiirSt overSupt. W. F. MeCla y's office. 00 Primary, Preparatory than Junction City, nor on Sunday. P0YAL SSI . lvjffi?lll mi POWDER Absolutely Pure? A cream der. Latest United States strength. Government rood Report EOYAL BAKING POWDER 00., 106 Wall Street, Now York. John B. Cattleman. A. G. Lasbaa of tarter baking pow Highest of all in leavening Classical Courtis ot Brown bought in Pulaski Study. Schools cf Music, Art, Kren-- and Elncitlen. conuty a bunch of two and licit teachers employed, each a sncctalitf lu her own Department. cattle .it 22 to 3,c. Hoarding pupils under tr.e Olreet supervision ol long yearlinR steers, teachers. Foil Salk.-- 23 For further Information, aJilrc It. II. averago S50 pounde; strictly Rood. WILLIAM SIIKl.TON. President. BronauRh, Crab Orchard, Ky. Seed Fultz wheat of an extra variety for sale by Moses Coffey, Turnersville. Ky. See sample at this office. EXPOSITION F. K. Tribble, D. F. Logan and the LlllardBros. sold two car loads of 200 WILLnii HELD pound hoRS in Cincinnati at 4.20. Bales it Wagers have engaged from Sept. 18th to Doc. 31st, 1895. Milton Covington 61 head of On ground traversed by rifh "pits, over which shell into threw the cattle at 4J cents. Richmond Register. Sherman Exposition firstlast taking Atlanta 31 yea's ago, the is shaps. 1'he exOver $30,000 will bo given away in cellent railway facilities ol the K,Mt premiums at the Now York horeo show Nov. 11 to 10 There will be 115 classes. Wisconsin, Northern Minnesota, Illinois and nartlons of Michigan wero nipped by killinR frosts Saturday night. ROUTE A fire in a warehouso of the CincinAnd Its connections to Atlanta, together with low the people rales, nati Leaf Tobacco Company destroyed railway trip at will enableexpense. lo maku a but small 2,775 hogsheads of tobacco. Loss $300,-00The Queen Crescent runs superb ves'ihulrd -- GoorRO three-year-o- ld h and Special SPRING AND SUMMER. Something.to Boautify the Ladies. lea-lin- THE ATLANTA Dally npenimng. Now Hats, ftawer and latest We jtlie the assurance to the trade that they wit. find iu our establishment the same esilutlvuneis n style of puteros, hats and bonnets and all the novelties in Millinery for which we aie known throughout the country. trimmer for the seaI ha c secured a WKDNKSDAY.OCT. ifi. son. Thanking you tor past favors, we respectfully solicit your pa'ronage heicKifre so literally The lohutton, 1:14 trotters M D, DUDDKRAR attt Class, trotting.. bvstiwrd. a 'S3 Class, trotting KATI. DUDDKRAR, Manager. THURSDAY OCT. 17. 1 first-cla- ss FRIDAY, OCT. 11. The Kuturlty, s.jear olds flats, pacing l.n Cum, trettlng :i SATURDAY, OCT. is. The Pacing Futurity, year-oldi 1:18 Class, trotting .. s.16 Class, trotiliu MONDAY, OCT 1. Fiee-fo- r all, trotting The Kentucky s:o6 Class, pacing TUESDAY, OCT. j. The Stallion Representative, s 16 Class, trotting s:ao Class, pacing a.eoe Meet alt Trains.nlght and day. Patrons taken to any part of town tree of Charge. (5ood Livery Attached, Fare of Hotel Ji.no per day. A. II. HAS! IN, Prep. It 6m i,ot jwj W. S. Hutch. R. M. Newland, Ally, at Law. Dtputy Sheriff !.SM i,e )s,e 1,000 -- i,eeo i,o o Buroh. i,5 fo Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kontucky & STowland, Conoral Colloctors, $e,o j,w i,n j WeelTer enrxcrrleis to the public to do a gen eral Collo.tiog lluslness. Accounts, nutei, sic collecud psrts el the county. u'Sm tal ts.eeo i,eoa .wo $ iDoh.om "2"oiar Cvttlo rnorecaiile to lehorn. . BARKER HOUSE, J K. 1,500-poun- d DARKER, Proprietor, QUEEN AND CRESCENT A-- 0. ROYAL Oompany OF MVERPOOI.. trains with through sleepers and carrying I'ailor. Calenad Observation Cars, from Cincinnati dlr.ct Joe Patchen beat John R. Gentry iu to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown. Lex than Someret and llarriman en the $5,000 match race at Sioux City, Io- 100 mtlea shortest line Special route. More rates low reduced won the to the Kxpotitlon Ask your Quevn .V Crescent wa. Best time 2:04. Gentry agent something about it In detail. Write 10 first heat in 2:05. A J. LYTLK, D. P. A , - Chatlanowja.Tenn M. S. Baughman assisted Smith & CIIAS. W. ZKLL, D. 1'. A., - - Cincinnati, O. Witt, of Tennefsee, in buying IM) mule For free inforn1 atlnn nnd priutcd matter Clnrlnnati colta at $21 to $22 average. Ttioy wero W. C RINKAUSOS.G PA.-- - nc-to- n, run by Central Tiu.e TabUJunea, 1895. No. 1. No 3. No 7. TRAINS EAST. p. m. p. in. a. m. JLve Bhipped Saturday. Umbrella, a 50 to 1 shot, won at Oakley the other day and Sam Wagner, of Dayton, O., his owner, is said to have won $35,000 on tho race. Lancaster Record reports sales I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and 33ARBEE &CASTLEMAJN of a The of feeders at 4c, 80 on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser lot MANAGERS, butcher cattle at 2 to 3 and a lot of best. I give special attention to mail 01 ders and carry as fine aline of goods as can be found any where in the land. Commerco Building, Louisville feeding hoga at 3 to 3.S5. Balk Line, another of Carroll Reid'a I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever Agents throughout the South good bang tails, won a race at Oakley sold them before. Givt me a call and be convinced. Friday. Lindolette, also of Mr. Reid'a Sy Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel W A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, stable, ran third Saturday. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking STANFORD, KY David F. Logan bought of J. L. this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue Bruce his farm of 180 acres, three miles Address .if you ARK GOING.. from Danville on the Lancaster pike, at teaching as before. of the best farms in or $77.50. This is one Boyle county. . ......THE Alix, the queen of the trotting turf' cast a boot in a trial against her world's record at Springfield, 111., and so injured herself that she will probably not race again this year. Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of Electioneer is no lonRer the only siro Louisville 4 Nashville R. Ft. with three in the 2:10 trotting list. Young Jim with Trevilhan, 2:081; David la the hue for you, as its B., 2:09, and Dandy Jim, 2:093, earned "Double that honor last week. Make close connections at S. B. Hart brought 20 apples to town Embracing all of the most popular approved kinds. Wc handle LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Saturday that filled a half bushel meas nothing but reliable and approved and machinery. Come and examine For all points. ure. Thev were all nicked from one our- stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH tree, and soveral of them weighed 10 short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line For any information enquire of ounces each. Corbln Enterprise. of iiuggies and Surreys. JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky It is reported that Col. Bob Hollo-wathe well known horseman, wired W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. San Francisco U. B. Reid an offer of $8,000 for his speePortland. ..To the old colt, Sherlock, by dy which won the Garnet Oakley last week. Stakes at Via The Cincinatiaus are proving themselves The entire stock of- to be good judges of race horses and the bookies are Rtstting the worst of it at Oakley. Riley Grannan, Fay & Co. and : other prominent book makers say they e) la'jisvui.HcwAttAx cnictca fa &'' will not open thero sgain. Only Dining Car Route From W. B. Kidd shipped in the lust few Jewelry, Sterling Silver, P.atc Wares and Novelties days 51 cattle of Frank Bedford, of Bourbon, at 4J cents, wt., 1,592 lbs., and Owned by the late A. R. Penny. Th? ynods are new, of standard You have never had an opportheBame number of 1,421 lb. cattle quality and may be depended upon. Do not let it escape mi. of Henry Williams, of this coun- tunity equal to this. bought Elegant Pullman Vestibuled ty at $4.05. Winchester Democrat. Sleepers of Modem Pattern. For maps or any information, addren A. O. Robinson sold an extra fine THANK J. R EI D.) f E. II. BACOV, mare mule colt to Robert Rankin, of or l D. P. Agent, G. P. Agent, ) (. Wayne county, for $55 aud one Louisville, Chicago. --a. .ftf '"jMr-- mare mule to Richard Gentry for He SURE 123. Theso are the best figuros wo call for to 1st. Paul. Denver. MONON' have heard of this season, but Mr. RobRoute, inson always raises fine stock. A Madison county ueero eola to a Philadelphia man for $1,500 a horse that ho only gave $00 fur about a year ago. 1 !vmBBS?aE:ft I Only Dnect Utr Between J".ai.'MAMS t . With three mouths' handling this horse le paced a mile in 2:14 over u Shorten and quickest between track which is said to be Kual to 2:10 Mm&WtM'iM frtwW'A' j Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, over a good mile track. n Oarllalo, Mayevillo, Oynthiana, sssslTJ8ltafi sl L21 Falmouth and Covington. Bucklln'B Arnica Salvo. AjIc for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains The best salve in the world for cuts, bruies, Standard Time. ... s.euo by Liberati's Military llind.litl Ratos TWO DOLLARS Per Day. Kscursinn rates from all sections. One lire from points in Kentucky. Kntrylitton application. I am row ready to deliver lee irom the tstsnferd Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Larxe ED A. TIPTON, Sec'y. j Rooms. and Commodious Water, Light and Ice Ompany's Factory Halls and office connected by Klectric Bells. to guests. Prompt aud polno 47 ' "," uVe " th hiJc l Ket Ti T7Q 40 Cents Per Hundred Pounds lLfLO. forcaihorln trade lor leather nn court days at Staalnrd or at my heme la Olleti-hel- And over and.Kc a pound for 10 pounds and up Chat. Ennsliu, Tanner. to 100, Ililli due tit ef each moti'b. K. BREMER, Successors to J. II. Illggins, Dealers in 1 A farm with nwil dwelling and all necessary outbuildings, 3 miles s uthxest of llmtennlle. Kilty or 6a acres lo go In corn, 40 lo go m wheat My MdMnwy ? Call iiiftllaul acrss 111 and sj or 30 to go iu hebtp Tweoty-hv- c good gran. All tint-claand csamine and you wlll.ba sure to buy a lc land. Terms, Money Kent 111 Advance Kv. Spring Hat. Also yo Ilusneis Hurl Oats for Sale M1SSL1CCIK nEAZr.KY, E. S. POWELL, We will continue the coal business at Mr Hlg Maiifrrd, Kv ave Huttonville, Ky. tint' old st nd an J will t we oil hand at all times will deliver pranptly the vry be st t al whlc Wc will tell strictly fur cash and will make It to ih- - interest 'I ibe people ot this section to pay X Cash. t' Somerset, - - Kentucky. The Leslngton, . s:ij Clats, paclsg a.sS Class, tiottlng l'HI DA Y.OCT. 18. The Wilson, fsj pacers The Ashland, yearlings, ti.ltiug The i.19 trotters Hlue-Orai- i, un-Mus- ic . . I will go to any place where thero are sit or I do the work with th Lightning Dthoruer Can dehorn any cow la three Miconds, 1 he knife makes a clean, smooth uer break the the $i,too cut, doss not crush the only humane horn, as deway to clipper does. If Is 1,000 horn Dot not punish ih animal like the saw, joo and the wound gets well as quick again as that made by the saw. For furtner information, call on G. A. PEYTON, Maufard, Kv. J,Ooo See the Llghtn'ng Pruning Hook, 101. i,wx 1,000 ICE I e HI c" At R. R. Noel & Son, FOB. B.3S1TT. n All Kinds of Coal, TO TEE LADIES onlt't Stanford, Sl-i- FOR Si5,X.K s a. s. ruicKf Surgoon Dentist, PIANOS and ORGANS. Two Good Farms near Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. Ulue-Gras- Stanford, . ICv. 1,100-pouu- d lluilding The heirs ot Mrs. America Usiley, dted., (Ter lor sale her two r arms, situated al ut ewe mile writ of Huitonvlilr, in Liniuln coumy, en lh These two Farms Ilradfordsville turnpike road adjoin aoL taken together contain 3411 acres el land and can be divided so as to Include tlMit 14. V. li. U1LBY, I'roiirlotor, acres In the home piste and o acres in th oth er. The buildings and tenprrovtmeats on each - - are comfoitM aud lubitantlsl. Each ot the Isrras is w4l watered and convfmeut to good acheoW I have ami churches Vttmi reasonable. Title clear. to my new Hotel and am bsttn Kor lurihei information apply to either of us. rcepar.d than ever to accorsmodsle th put'lc yKhl Livrry attached acd.v.ry coaveaicacn deJ. P. 1IAILEY. Sunferd. Ky , . HOCKER. Hu.leaville, Ky nied. Give m a call. J r'AYKTTE DUNI.AP. M. I)., Dan- J6 J7 TRANK RII.KV, vllle. Kv w. a. JON as. T. JT.VSS, MANAUEX Oake over McKoberts' Drug Stjr. in the Owsley THE RILEY HOUSE London, Kontucky. V WORTH WEST, P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. Farmers Bank&Trnst OT STANFORD, KY., Co LOOK HERE! Isoowrully.orjaauei.and ready fer busmen wit BKOS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, JOIT-S- S Sole preprie tors Dean's lllack DUsond Rco Iainl Kstimales furnuncd for painting Wood. Metal and lion Roofs baiisfaction Guaranteed. All tools painted with Dean's lllack Diamond Paint guaranteed for years. Dealers In bait n Pumps and Galvanlie,! Iron Killers, 67.1m ds-cr- Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - 5200,000 Stanford, Ky. 2t,000 Dally Tralna Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, - b. e:. wsakejit. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAl HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with th same assets aud uadat tho same management. By provisions of itschailcr, depositors are a fully protected as ate depositors In Niliooa Uanlti. us shareholders bcinir held Individual! Uaiile to the eatcnlof the amount of their stocs therein at the par value th.reol, lo addition to tb. amount invested lu such shares. It may acts eiecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully si su individual. To tho. a -- hv catruited their bulsiness to ui while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank II Stsalonl, wc w here tender our many thanks sue trust they will continue to transact their busincat with us, offering as a guarantte for l ail.e lion to same, our twenty years' esperience t banking andai liberalaccoinmodations as are con sistent with sound banking. pro-np- DON'T FORUET THAT THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKY. KY., Have juit been overhauled and repaired fiom ii to top by lio famous Richmond City Mill Works, of Richmond, Ind, and with capacity now increased, aie doing more aud better work than ever befure, and with the old reliable 1) V. Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of good t lour and talr treatment. II sum and bring us yur grinding and when buying call lor our old and wall tstsbluhcd brand.. Favorite Patent. Ladies' Kavonlc and Kakcis' Choice. HATES A SON. .Succesior to K. L. Tanner Favorite Milling Co. bot-lut- two-ye- ar Eber-lee-EJeni- a, NdDIBTIEWEST AT COST FOR CASH WATCHES, CLOCKS. -1 J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; oikictohs: . It. Shanks, Stanford, J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Kmbry, Sunfard; J. B Owiley, Stanfard; J. K Cain, Sttnlord, William Geoch, Stanlnrd; A. W. Carpenter, MilledgrvilL, W. II G. B. COOPER, Proprietors ol ,Cumiuiiis,.l'reacherii lie W M IJ very and Feed; Stable, STANFORD, KY. Having bougiit of P W. (Jrcon his Llverr and added, new buggies and horses, wc are prepared to furnuh FIRST-CLAS- S bus-ine- is H. Stianka, PrealUcnt Dr. J.'li Owsiey, Caihur, &Gursirrx.x.is llright. I'.'i TO CHICAGO. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY TURNOUTS G. L. PENNY, Exor. Capital Stock-Surpl- us - 3200,000 23,700 five-year-o- ld Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort '"jsKSSSm half-mi- hi tr'-- twW&M Attention of the public is invited 10 the fa, that this is tho only National Hauk in StanforJ Under the provisions of the National llauk are secured not only by the capita itock, but by the stockholders liability lor at amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements of thecondition of th bank are made each yearto the United Stales govern dent and Its assets ar examined at stated time 1MW. GREEN. Proprietor. by government agents, thus securing addiliton drperfect safety to uepoiuors. : : : 'his Institution, originally eitablished as tbi Dc posit liunk of Stanford in iBtj, then ned as the National Hank of Mamord in iboj and as the Hirst National Hank ol again I am still Hotel and Stanford in tSa, has had practically an uniuter-ruptc- d will continuerunning this guests to give my the politest altsn-"la- s eaistcnceof 31 years. It is better supplied wall as tho best the market aliordi. now with facilities lor transacting business prompt ry and liberally thau ever before in its long antf honorable career. Account of corporations, fiduTravelciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully sohe-ted- . On short notice. The traveling public will riad us always ready and willing to lurnuh Drummer.' agons, either single or double, or Carriages of ml kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The boys in and around town will also find us the people lo deal with. Stop with us when in (own courts and entertainments and your horse and at wi.l be well cared for. O.n. COOPKR Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. 07 va-hi- Tho Myors House, well-know- n Stanford, Kontucky. Franklort A 7 00 47 " Arr. Elkfcorn 711 Stamping lrouud 7 aS 15 Cunts SUNDAY TRAINS. Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 cents in Leave Georgetown 1035 a. m; arrive Frankfoit postage stamps uc will mall you our Souvenir Portfolio of the World's Columbian Exposition. Georgetown The regular price is 50c, but as we want you to tIliav'e"Frankfort 4 00 p. m. have onj we make the price nominal. You will ?? lie Kentucky Midland Ralwayand connec- - fird It a work of Art aud a thlnz to bo nrlzed. It . .w , contains full page views ol the great buildings, tions form the snoricit ana cnvic with doicripticus of same und is ei ecu ted in the and South, joints r.inHir Eat, North anplvWest. highest style ot art. If not satisfied with It after to their agents. information in you iet it we will relund the stamps and let vou C. D. HERCAW, Gen. Pais. Agent. G EO. B. U A II PER, Kec'r & Gen.Sup, Keep the book. Add reus H. E. llucklun ii Co.. FnnVfcrcKy. j Chicago, III. " Elkhorn Arr Frankfort A... Those who have used Dr. King's Now Discov 4 w L.. - 3 Paris.. cry know its value and those who have not. have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on tho ad8. to. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No.111. No. m. vertised druggist aud get a tiial battle free. Send p. a. a m. p. ni. your name to II E. Ilucklen A Co., Chicago, aud 6 o .. o 41 C 4 4 get a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills as Lve Paris 6 4a 10 17 Depot C. 6. well a a copy of (Jiude to Health and Household 6 40 " Georgetown U 1040 oaj 355 Instructor free. All of which Is guaranteed to do 7 l you guod And cost you nothing at A. R. Penny's " Stamp's Gro'd 10 3 7 03 .- C. S. Depot GeorgetownH... 7 .. 7 55 47 4 59 5 35 4 4 4" 30 4 00 1 1 1 co sires, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, It poMtivcly cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money refundnl. Price 5 cents per box. Kor sale by A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Speclal'Atteution to the ing Public. M. S. llALIilllliN. 3 oa 48 "5 All Freo Tha Directory ot this Hank is composed ot Forvitua Itoid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Ilaughiaan.l Lincolu; J. W. llAUlillMAI,. 4 M. S.& J. W. Baughman, -- J. Stanford;' W. A. Tribble, Stafford; S. Mocker, M. O. Elmore, Stanford; mOPKIITOIlS- JHVI5RY, 1 16 "3 7 33 7" jf ,'7 mzmNsiBast&ni. 'wtehiimv kaur.i i, cii j S. Hocker, President; T. P. Ulll.dtauford; K. L. Taun.r,;McKInnev; M. J. Miller. Mt. Vernon. Kv . FEED & SALE 8 15 I drugstore. Soo tho World's Joe. Pair for McKoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Asit. Cashier. STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. If youncodllvi'ry glvo usa call. f1rr'l;ter,VnronurlU,W""W8 J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, SKENTUCKY. Ffc but ,- "ie Harness shop dYersi'dririirp"0;-.,Wjllguarautoo I niuruiiNrO co Mca4j.NJJ.111,. K.IH'ifi..iw fn.i a MfW WW aU X"l TBP TA Tf sf TW HF Vyy "Vr sfi Sl T GfO W Offers his services o ttie pco lu ol West LinFull stock of Colons coln and Casey Counties. and Caskets always on hand. a. carpenur, xuanagcr, U, gj BLACKS MITHSHOP. work and' uces, Tty our hon. itiocr. 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