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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895100401 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. isr-"- . " Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxiii. WILUAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. --- The Interio Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. 1895. HUBBLE. WIDDLEBURG, NO. 62 CASEY UOUMTY. ' LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Kubunka Broa. eold eomo 1,2001b. A large delegation will go from hero Tho subject of Elder George Gow-t- o BteeiH to J. K Bruce at 31 and lc. Bcealon. Liberty to hoar Wat Hardin sneak on u's discourse Sunday will be "Tho Sev- A.C. Carman Bnd flront Harnett Tho nfternoon train Sunday killed a sold some 000 lb. ftieura at :Uc to J. 0. tho 7th. Everybody hero is for Wnt,4 en Wonders." luulu for l'arla Willintm. ovon to the negroea I cuesa. Mies Annie Robinson entertained six Tho frosts lmve coma In oariioet and I.tibHtika. We publish this list for the ben Hev. W. h. tostor went to Louis- couples Tuesday evening at her pretty Men's fine shoes, congress and The last whoat hhIob wero made In everything has assumed the nppenranco lace, S1.25, up. this BottlHtnent by Dunbar, Hubblo and ville Monday to enter tho Theological homo on Lexington street at G o'clock fit of our readers. of Foil. Seminary. Ho will return nnd proach dinner. Ladies' kid button shoes, good MIbi Uichardaon, of Terro Haute, l'rewitt to Markfihury at 03c. at tho Baptist church on tho 2d Sunday Heavy frosts fell hero 3Ionday and ones, Si. Hobert OuBtott and wifo and Mra. Arbuckle's Coffee, 22;c. Ind.,and Misa Stovers, of Lexington, in October. Tuesday night killing all of tho late vegLadies' kid button shoes, extra M. M. Tutt last Laura Johnson and daughter havo reof Mies were tlio Granulated Sugar, 5c. E A. Greer and Miss Lucluda Good- etables and injuring the tobacco crop ft fine, Si. 25 to Si. 50. turned to their homo in Illinois. week. 13rovn Sugar, man will be married Thursday nt Mr. great deal. Hoc cholera him oppenxed In Tom Tho Commercial Hotel came near Smoked Bacon, Abbfi Luihain'e. Auother wedding will Remember it Ia that the Men's fine stiff hat, late style, burninx K.iturday. Tho flro wbb discov- lUnkiiis' lot and he and Spencer Hub. take placo iu this eection soon. Don't BaptistB eivo their church "social" at Black Pepper, 10c. ered bnforo it got any headway and wna bin shipped together Thursday morn- all gut-P- at once. Si. Dr. Herring's. Refreshments are to bo Arm and Hammer Soda, ing. extinguished. Men's fine soft hat, Alpine, $1. Rev. M. A. Middleton has been en- served for 2oc. Fire Proof Oil, 175 test, 15c. Crit Kiibaukn linn bought tho Speed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith have Men's crusher hat, 50c. gaged iu a meeting for the last 10 dayB at The remains of 3Ir. J. S Higgins, Eggs, 10c; Butter, 15c. from n visit to relative-- In Ohio. Peyton farm of CO ncrea on Dix Itiver, Grove. It id reported that at the outeet who died in Louisville, wero brought Miss Alico O'Mara Iibb rouo to Washing- near Joseph McClrtry'a, at about 2C per of tho meeting, ho denied report that to thia place Monday nnd interred in tho acre. Children's suits, 5 to 14 years, ton, D, 0., to vlait her aunt. All Calicoes, 5c. was current here, that he had embraced Lancaster Cemetery. Mr. Higgina waa Neloon HIx, who hna been working Tyo, of tills place, and Judge II. II. 7Sc to S3- Best Apron Ginghams, 5c. tho doctrine of Banctification, nnd char- n brother of 31 r. John Higgins, a former Boys' suits, coat, pants and Mififl Lila Johnson, of Ellzibethtown, in the Bhop here wlh Arthur Land, has Dress Ginghams, 5c to acterized the writer aa a "devil," becauso resident of thia place. vest, $2 up. vroro uiarrleil at that placo Tuesday ove gone to Danville to accept a job In a shop wo said Home week ngo -- On 3Ionday Price brothers delivered Hoosier Cottons, 5c. that he "had it" nlng and will bo at home to fielr friends there. Men's suits, S3, S4.50 up. Full yard wide Bleach Cotton, (acidification). After making theao the cattlo they recently Bold to 3Iessra. Dr. Herring roporla Mrs. Wesley . in Williamsburg in a fuw days. Boys' cape overcoats, $2, statements he wont on and conducted Foster and McAlister, of Lincoln, con- 5c Work will bo begun In a few days to Sutton dangerously ill of diphtheria, to the meeting after tho Youth's overcoats, S2.50 up. sisting of 10 head averaging 1,050 lb). Masonville and Lonsdale Bleach fashion of the new rebuild the Kentucky Lumber Co.'b saw Kethcr with other disoaafa, which nro craze, nnd Sunday night preached a aer- - Robt. L. Elkin sold 20 head to the same Cotton, Men's overcoats, S2.50 up. mill that burned the flrat of AngUBt. It worrying her more or lean. This is only a partial list but it mon in Biipport of the delusion in which parties which nveraged 1,177 lba. Men's heavy cotton socks, 5c Mr. Fields, K Pennington and Henwill not ba as large as the old mill, but The residence of Mr. Homer Tinsley per pair. gives an idea of what most staple ry While all millWod considerable Iopb ho took ua to task again. After Btating with the improved machinery will do hia aiibjcct and position upon it, ho then about four miles of Lancaster on the fast black hose, 5c pair. articles cost, and if your home Ladies' of tobacco by frost Monday night. About about the same work. said thnt a nest of hornets had been stir- Sucar Creek piko was entirely destroyed merchant will not sell them to you Heavy work shirts, 25c. nlwajB three acres waa Fields loss and others red up Wo thought tho I. J. mau nnd ho wanted to eettle them-An- by lire early Wednesday morning. 3Iost white counterpane 75c. at these prices go to James Frye, Elegant kept up with tho timts, but wo saw nn not bo much. turning round facing tho writer, all of tho furniture was consumed with at Hustonville. Ky., who will be Tom Terry baa been listing tho prop article in last Tuenday's iwuo about aatd with great emphasis nnd aeoni- - n i insurance on cither it or tho house. glad to do so. Also, he will make orty In this community for a few daya Gov. IIosk, of Texan, trying to stop tho Tho alarm of fire wns given Wedingly with flro in hia eyeu. "Now pub Men's heavy boots, 1.50 to you a suit of clothes to order from will he no taxable l and he nays there prize fight. Gov. Hogg had been ail lisli mo in that dirty little sheet sent out nesday morning nnd na usual a large $2. 50. any sample in the Royal Tailors' property except land to pay tax on thin thuse many moutha now. from Stanford if you want to do so," and crowd of people booh gathered. It waa Men's heavy shoes, S1.25, to Book, of Chicago, for Si profit. II, Francisco, our efllcicnt year nnd that the horae and mule facto- continued to refer Mr. J. to me occasionally readily discovered that the residence of 51.50. Of course these prices are for cash. aPBletant l M., Bpent lust week in Rock- ries will have to suspend busineiB on ac- throughout his diecourse. Now it mat Mr. Robert Kinnaird waa on tire. Tho of low ptice. castle county, Mr. A. H Dychti, of Lon- count llames wore soon extinguished without I)r Kinnaird was called to pco Jim ters not with ua what Uro. M. beliovea don, and W. II. Clark, of McKoe, repub or prencbep, ho must ndmit that wo have much damage having beon done. lican Ciiudldate for SUto Senator, wero Green'a child a few nights no, which nlwayu treated him kindly and wo think Invitations wero received Tueeday VV Monday. Mra. Mary 0'Mar.i and Mr. was fen red had diphtheria, but on ex he had a very oinull provocation for get liv rip firnnt nn.1 fi.r.:i.. n tlw. ' amination wbs pronounced not and wo 00 .w ftfieV&ta&G BSii A. Baker are In loulnvil!o. II. ting upon his hips. We have always re- marriage of their cousin, Miss Gertrude Uarechoola opuued tlilu Fall with aro glad to aUtu to tho public that no ported hiB meotinpa in thia pection in the Grant, n handsome young lady of Pulasthe mu4t lhttering ropecU they havo families havo bad It appear in them for columnBof the "dirty latin atieet" aa ho ki, Tenn., to Mr. Albert Berry Baylees, of -- THEover had. Our poplo are waking up 10 days. It will bo remembered that terms tho Intkkiou Joukkm, and have Nashville. The wedding will occur at Mr. WeMwy Sutton has had two previ- praised eduto the realization of the need of an whatever ell'ort ho made along tho homo of tho bride's mother, Oct. 10. cation and are using overy means to give ous cases in her family, which no doubt the ministerial line, aud can not hut feel Mr. R. E. McItobertB' dwelling is their children the advanU of tho op is the origin of her ense now. that hiBdisunurao Sunday night deliver- about completed and ia so much improvpjrtunltitM placed bnfore them. ed iu a bid apint did much more harm ed that it has the aspect of a city resi"cnABRCHAHD7 Col. W. O. Ilra.lloy spoke here Toes dence, with its modern windows, balthn liood. especially to hia much The writ of at the Chrif-tia- u dy. The court honae h well filled, delusion, eincttllcation. Now wo cony and othpr late improvements. It church closed Wednesday night. do not know whether Bro. Middleton is will be heated by n furnace nnd will bat tho crowd was nothing to ootupare with what the pirty managera vxpectetl Much good waa done. On tho last night Bnnctified or not, hut these statements havo many of the lato conveniences not Too attendance from th country wna Itev. Suodgrapa delivered a lecture on are in fore tho people nnd they can judge found in village homes. . B nail and gave evidetico that ttiere id bin vork while in tho foreign field. Work haa commenced in earnest on as to how much sanctification he huannd About noon Wednesday our people na to its quality. not as much interest I :u Inken In ttie the new 3Iethodist church. A number race as the republicans would lUu to wore alarmed by the ringing of bells and of bauds are now biiBy at work tearing Thk Paciso Kinos. Tlio defeat of Joo down tho old brick building preparatory 830, but every ollort will bo made be- cries of "Fire !" All hurried to tho restween now and November to bring out idence of Mr. Dillion, tho roof having Patchen nnd Fidol by John It. Gentry in to the erection of a new, modern edifice . caught from the flue. Mon mounted to phenomenal time at Dubuque, la., on upon the Bite of tho old one. $1,800 or the voters. the 2othe bhows that the little stallion ia moro have already beon collected for tho After a very pleasant visit and trip the roof and extinguished tho flames nt himself nnd makea moro uncer- beginning of the work. It is the desire tntii'h damage waa done. Atwith tho presa gtng to Hopkins villi, The Stanford and Crab Orchard baeo tain the great race amongst Robert J , of the 3Iethod!st8 to erect a 14,000 strucwe aro lanta anil other points of Interest, glad to be at borne once more. The press ball teams crossed bata nt tho grounds John R. Gentry, Joe Patchen, Guy and ture Everything In On Tuesday, Rev. Francis Marion had a most delightful trip and received n hero Wednesday afternoon. Tho jramo Coleridge at Lexington, Wednesday, Ocwas called at the end of tho 8th inning tober Oth. With favorable weather the Hill, and Miss Godby, of Perryvilie, were most hearty welcome along the line of g -:- united in tho holy bonds of wedlock at conditheir jonrney. The Exposition is not on account of darknean. Tho score Btood track will bo in 20 to 27 in favor of O. 0. Becauso tho tion and we shall be surprised if neither tho residence of the bride's parents, by complete yet, but thoro wbb much to be game was not played to a finish, Stanford Robert J. nor John It. Gentry breaks tho Itev. J. It. Godby, father of the bride-ThClothing, Millinery, Cloaks, &c. Been and tho managors did their beat to newly wedded couplo left at once for us every placo of Interest and did wanted to claim it by forfeiture, but it rftco record of 2:02, ns the Lexington ohow Lancaster, accompanied by a shower of ia lightning fast and in better connil in their power to make our atay in was so df rk a batted ball could not bo track ot nil and it would havo been worse dition this year than ever before. Iu fact congratulations, and will board for Bton their city pleasint. with Dr. and 3rrs. B. F. Walters, than folly to have continued tho game it baa no superior in America, and it will very Boon. be worth going thousands of miles to eeo but will go to longer. ! He Maketh His Enemies to Praise Him. MIsb McClure, of Champaign, 111., such horsea on such n track. Tho cheap Rev. F. 31. Hill has been the pastor a1 Editor D. K. O'Sulllvan was so sur- Misses Mamie and Lula McOlure nnd excursion rates to Lexington will enable the 3Iothodlst church hero and nt prised that Gov. McOreary greeted him Miss the past year and was returned Cochran, ot Paint Lick, npont tho thousands to eeo what they will probably cordially, nltor IiIb years of hIuro of him latter part of last and tho first of this never have another opportunity to wit by the district Methodist conference for In order to settle the estate of A. R. Penny, deceased, the entire that ho straightway wont and printed week with Mrs. A. II. 'Baetin. Mrs. Ma- ness, aa both Gentry and Patchen will tho ensuing year. stock of Drugs, Books, Stationery and Jewelry is offered for sale pri. tho following In his Critic. Our Con- ry Dudderar is visiting 3Iisa Enoch, of Somerset, is tho her father, Mr. he retired to tho stud noxt year. for gressman is a born gontlomnn and never Pato Parrish. Mita guest of 3Iisses Sallie and Mattie Elkin. vately. This store has been run continuously and successfully Altio Marktbury, of Tho I.NTKitiou JouitNAL says that Mr. Jake Joseph and J. W. Sweeney, Jr., about 30 years and is now doing a good business. This is a rare oplets Hinall matters turn him from the Lancaster, is nt Crab Orchard Springe. democrats cannot afford to deliver tho middle of tho road ho hss selected to Mrs. T. A. Grrehom, of Lancaster, have returned from the cities wherothey portunity to purchase a well established business. Also the nnd Mr. purchased a supply of dry goods. uso through life: Mrs F. L. Olillord. of Bluefield, W. Va., State to tho republicans because 3Irat St. For particulars apply to No man in Kentucky or out of it has ore visiting friends here. Mr. Will My- Hardin prefers to dictate rather than be J. E. Stormes aud Mrs. John 31. Logan residence on the West side of Lancaster been a more persistent opponent of Con- ers left Monday for Cincinnati to take a dictated to. The remark calls out the wero In Danville Wednesday shopping. gressman McOreary than I have. Whencourse in dentistry. Mtes Mnttio Beaz-ley- , Borrowing anger of the Louisville Post 3Ira. A. II. Price, 3Ira. Louis Landrsm which does not think tho I. J. has stat- and 3Iis3es Altio and Bessie 31nrkabury ever bo baa ollored for tho Senate I have who has been very sick, In better. ed tho whole case against Mr. Hardin. aro nil sojourning at the Crab Orchard never failed to express tho unfavorable . Stanford, Ky. Hint Is a matter for settlement between Springs for tho benefit of the Misses MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. opinion I held of hia eflorts at atatea. the two editors but may the question bo manship. At times, I muot confess, It Tho Aid Society met with Mrs. W. permitted to be put to both: Can the 3Iark8bury'fl health. 3Irs. Jennie J. W. Hocker. W. N. Craig, M. D. Beemed that I had bouio personal grioy-anc- o of Madison, Ia the guest of her parM. Poynter Thursday. democratic party Bilbrd to deliver KenagaliiBt him, but often in tho heat Tho sanctiilcationlsts aro holding b tucky to tho republican party becauso of ents, 3Ir. and .Mrs. Joseph Francis. of conflict, ono'B pencil goes a little deep meeting nt tho anything? Can tho democratic party afTarns Bixbynijde a Habdto or under tne cuticle than was intended Tlio BhoriHa left Wednesday night ford to deliver any State over to tho re- littlo excursion into tho country recentrate, what I atarted out to say At any IDiRtXGO-ISTS-, with (our prlsonera for tho penitentiary, publican party? Is thore unything in ly in tho northern part of tho State, and wae, that I met Gov. McOreary tho other Oapps and Proctor, white, Esley Lackey tho history of the republican parly while driving along met a farmer leanKEN-TUCKTday, and thoro was nothing in his pleas- nnd Tom Modroll, colored, aentencea which warrants tho belief that under iia ing over a fence and listening to cbeory the ing amlle, worm handshake and ranging from 2 to 10 years. administration Koutucky would be bet- wheat grow. manner to indicate that I waa not his Mra. Jamea Robinson is out from We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet "3Iighty good crop," aupgeated Bixby, tered? Covington Commonwealth. When a man gets tho art bosom friend. m r MiddkHOoro visiting relatives. Mrs. Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drugof politics down to Buch u fine basis, I Jumea Democuacv out J 1. riio8a very clev- with animation. Maret, who has boon quite ill, ia fair-j- ust "Well, fair," drawled the gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most must tip my bat to him. If I had boon somewhat bettor. Mr. Milton Miller, er gentlemen, but physical nnd political farmer in reply' I should neiliberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your prein Gov. McOreary'a place, dyspeptics of tbo Appendicitis Club, nor consid- Jr., is quito ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Brack Messrs. "Great deal better crop' than it was scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and ther havo been bo courtooiiB J. 31. Atberton and B. WinchesGrnvea aro gueeha of Mrs. 31. J. Miller. Inst year," responded Bixby. accuracy gu,iranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line erate. Tho aecret of tho governor's pop- Mrs. M. 0. Williams ter, mnrched out of the democratic ranks visited Crab Orch "Yes 'tis some better," admitted tho of Spectacles. Craig & Hocker. BSrQscar E. Roch, Parmacist. la now an open book to mo. Ho ularity in six solid newspaper coluains, with ard last weok. farmer reluctantly. koepB tho oven tenor of his way in spite Tno ig raising wao attended by a drums beating, bugles blowing and flags HKRD OK THE "What do you "think tho yield will of criticism ami assault, and whatovor largo number of our citizsna, who enjoy- Hying, leaving behind them vacancies be?" inquired Bixby, bringing tho conloseB his gentlemauli-nces- , happens he never substitutes ed tho exorcises ao woll prepared for that a couple of versation to a sharp point. that is part of bis nature. their entertainment. The children had can fill as nicely aa tho fatted calf fills "Woll, about 25 or 30 bushels nu been woll trained by Prof. Pierce aud tho bicycle hose. Vanity of vanities, all acre," came R. H. Pror, in mournful tones from the At last there is a revenue Burplus In preacher and all the farmer. Soptombor tariff and Internal Miss Lucille Jnplin. 3Ir. It. G. Williama ia vanity, aaith tho - - Kentucky. Bight. Tho Crab Orchard, Louiavlllo Times. pooplo cry "Anion." "Great heavens! Dont you call that a revenue receipts will exceed iue iiomnnuB treated tho audionco to a fine oratorical eflort in presenting tho Hag. Rev. J. 31. The 3Iaine editor who porpetrated tho good crop?" asked Bixby. Figs (or sale from the best types of Register e upon tho troaiury by $3,176,010. There revenues Wultou replied in fine vim; Mra. J. W. following ia entitled to the front seat in "Yes, fair," replied tho despondent Stock. llreeders secured from tnp. best herds in several different States. Correspondence Solicited is not much doubt that tho Neabitt read a paper adapted to the aub-je- tho galaxy of liars: "A Dillsboro man farmer, "but It's mighty wearing on tho hereoftor will bo Buillcicnt to moot the in which all woro iutereated and tho wont into his cow stable tho other night laud." in spito of tho oxceeslvo expenditures, band cloued tho exorcises by playing iu and by mistake mixed tho cow up a nico The Darlington, W11., Journal says editorially pension payments and the extravagance ita Quest Btylo n patriotic air. Tho flag mash in a box full of sawdust instead of of a popular pateut medicine: "We know t'rom experience tbat Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and of tho last Congress in appropriations. of Btars and stripes now floats over the braii. The cow, supposing tho hard Diarrhoea Kcmedy Is all that Is claimed for it, as that becomes tho habit of tho When on two occasions it stopped excruciating pains school house on the hill, times wero tho cau3 of economy, meek- and poiitlvcly saved us Irom aa untimely (rave. rovenues thoro will no longer bo a We ten It in never dis- the would not This easy over night without saves A T problem to deal with. house." remedy undoubtedly If yeur childien are subject lo croup watch for ly nto her supper and tho man UMS'tC luflorini; than any covered hia mistake until next morning, more palu and Every family shouldotner medicine the first jymptom of tho If keep it In the in thr world. Chamberlain' Cough Remedy is given is sure An afternoon papor published at at loon when ho milked tho cow. and aho let house, for it Cralj; lo be needed sooner or later. Is Receiving His a day or two ago stated in con- a the child becomes home it will provent the down half a gallon of turpentine, a quart Korsaloby Ky. iHocker, Druggists, Stan foid, Druggists, tha cr"Py cough has appear, .Kv,'n alttr, of lath." ed the ... can always li nection with a funeral that "all tho ,V of aboo pega and a bundle : : Rev. William Hinsbaw waa convictToV coidf ? children woro present at tho ser- this remedy. IU. Atlanta Exposition will not be ed at Danville, Ind., of tho murder of his The "r "'" "T Ilockcr, StTnioru: Ky?'" vices." wife.f open on Saturdays. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. fiscal cotut of thia county is in : AM ES FRTE'S Crooaries, PEICE LIST. RUt-at- ht 4c. 7c. ECats. 7c. d ) IDry Goods. Clothing. Sc. S3-SO- 7c. d Boots and Snoss. ex-lo- T mw sfrmB at m aa Alitin aval n awMM , cher-ia'it- -tl s EMPORIU m bo-fo- re m-ul- n New Goods at Roek Bottom Priees General smith xcnarKu., s&rjESM&ftr. record-breakin- Merchandise, o houso-keepln- Bry-antsvil- le FOR SALE two-stor- y G.L. PENNY Exor. & - Bal-lo- u, court-hous- e. CRAIG HOCKER, o STi.SrFOR3P, v 111 11 J1L.UE-GUA- two-doll- ar Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, ct gold-reaer- ve diaease-hoawon- To-duc- cM. fflv?Ki iflplmMH! I HAfROPLEY,-- l!ttl&-r- ab-B- ent V aUoVny-aluabl- -- ' " FALL AND WINTER GOODS. i rim rtri.rrrtn " .! t. au.. 4 ,Wt --4fc -- aJ? 11 mmmaaiitmiMmmffJLiiS&i't Mj'J3gSJSaMisaj,MlsBstiB :! ! il EK Tho latest cstlmato of tho country.s corn crop is 459,589,000 bushels. A few years ago tho editor of this paper gavo Mr. George O. Glvens somo wheat sent him by tho. agricultural de partment which for tho want of a better name ho calls tho "Walton Whoat." It adopted a resolution declaring traces and becomes a bolter. Tho colois a very Hnu variety and fannerd would nel argues that there is nothing to pro- - tho ubo of tobacco an evil, and recom- do well to set seed from him. That will make this week a lively one at the Louisville Store. Magmending that all members abstain from Boyd Wischkstku hits followed vent sound money democrats from vo Hon. nificent array of new Fall and Winter goods, together with the magic the use of it. OF A LOCAL NATURE. the Hon. John M. Atherton in a pro- - ting or uardin and drives home this influence of popular low prices inspires customers with were 103 raatriculauts at the There nuncUmento asalnst democrats voting point, which wo have all along tried to opening of the Rufns Ejhurst has been appointed Southern Baptist Theothey say they would force, that the ono tromendous issue of (or Hardin, which postmaster at Juno, Puloskl county, logical Seminary at Louisville. The not do for a crown, since the democratic the pending election is whether the do- Presbyterian Seminary began with 05 Tho collections of rovonutt in this candidate for governor will not yield his mestic affairs of a great Stat, affairs students present. district for September were $G1,SM).SI. convictions for one, although he holds nearest of all to tho hearts of its citizens, Incendiaries set Mrs. Macy's house, Rev. F. J. Cheek, the popular pastor the commission of the party which has the making and administrations of its of tho First Presbyterian church in this at Versailles, on fire, and several people expressed itself against those convictions. laws; the assessment, collection and discity, has accepted a call from the church had a narrow escape from death. Fortunately these gentlemen, while they bursement of its revenues; the control E. C. Curry, of Winchester, closed at Ludlow, and will preach his farewell and penal may be exceedingly erudite and capable of its schools and charitabl a year's lease with tho Middlesboro Hosermon in Paris next Sunday. Paris of demonstrating a point in language so institutions, shall bo taken from that tel Company and will open tho hostelry News. high'falutin that tho average reader can party which mainly represents its intelAnd an eagerness to buy while all lines are complete, and thus Sweeney's sermon on bicycles October 10. Elder not see it, are not in touch with tho rank ligence and conacienco and which main- and J. T. Hoakinn, it prominent liquor gives business an impetus women in bloomers drew a packed which keeps our house crowded. and file and have little in common with ly pays its taxes, and turned over to the dealer, eloped from Pinevillo with Mies republicans, and to a fate which tho his- audience. Some came with tho expec- Cora Brown, and the two wero married the boys in the trenches, consequently tation of hearing something bordering their influence does not extend n great tory of similar experiments in the South on the sensational, but this is a style El- at Middleaboro. Tho Grand Lodgo of Odd Fellows ways outside of the Pendennis Club in does not leave in doubt. Tho colonel der Sweeney does not indulge in. It Louisville, of which tbey are bright and pays Gen. Hardin a fine compliment for was a timely topic, presented in n plain meets at Bowling Green next week. The shining members. One can not read the his loyalty, courage and capability and common sense manner, anu uiu not in lodge will be in session Monday, Tues four column effusion of Mr. Winchester closes by saying that tho democrat who the least detract from pulpit propriety day and Wednesday. The registration in Danville shows a Below our spcacial bargains for this week: Our immense stock in the Post and not be effected to tears fails to vote for bim or who refuses to and caused many to look upon bloomers of g vote at all, tamely surrenders his highin his effort to pronounce the jawbreak-inand wheels in a new and proper light, net republican gain of 135, the totals be- Capes and Jackets will be put on sale this week. Every garment enwords and in trying to catch on to est civic privilege, and distinctly sac- which doubtless will be remembered ing democrats 50, republicans 55 1, in- tirely new and very latest styles in cloth and finish. Capes Si. 50 up. the metaphors and similes, which the rifices his principle to gratify his Bpleen. and heeded with much profit by many dependents 21 and prohibitionists 2. Cloaks $2. 50 UP all WOol Screes .IO ill. wide nil mnr orr- - rrmfrrc Prof. J. M. Rupley has resigned the writer baa ransacked ancient and modTns republicans of Pulaski advertised of the large audionce. Paris Kentuck- - position of principal of Centre College and blankets ern lore, sacred and profano history to the coming of Bradley far and noar and lan, 75c up; ladies' Jersey ribbed vests 15c up. Men's heavy Bosley, the ribbed underwear 50c suit; 10 dozen derby hats, present. Aa part proof of the stilted, arranged for him to speak at The Northern Methodist Conference Academy and Prof. not one worth less the fair pedantic stylo of Mr. Ws article, we pre- grounds to 5,000 people, but not over 500 at Covington adjourned to meet next first assistant, has been promoted. Ad- than 51.50, go this week at 12 dozen strictly all wool jeans 25c. sent this extract selected at random. He appearing, tho disappointed leadors had year at Vonceburg which beat Pinevillo vocate. The registration in most of tho towns panisin oiacjc anu gray go this week at 90c. Boys' long pants suits is 40 to 25. The appointments of this secis trying to show, dear reader, that it their chieftain to orate in the court-rooP; boy's cape overcoat 1.50; men's suits 2.50 up. Clothing tion are: Middleburg, Fred Grlder; Pu- show republican gains, because the nescarcely worth while to note the contenwhich it appears was plenty large for the ht that the crowd. His speech was practically tho laski circuit, H. D. Barrett; Somerset, groes have flocked to them. Richmond made to order. Ponts made to order at 3.50 up. Suits tion made by 1250 up; E. B. Hill; Burbourville, Daniol Steven-son- ; shows up 10 republican, but Lexington financial plank of the State platform is same as patent tio button shoes 1.00, from )A to 7. Our line of delivered elsonhere and judging Barbourville circuit, John Thomas; comes up Biniling with 1,031 democratic. .not a sound money declaration and this is by the enthusiasm it produced his desire We arc "From tho reports of my corres- men's and boys' boots and Shoes is complete. College Hill. J. F. Kelly; Corbin, O. S. the way he Bays it: "This antiphrastic expressed at its close will not be realized pitch of moral by a jug full: Said he, "I desire to carry Markin; Highland to be supplied; Lon pondents all over tho State," says .Vnj. achievement reaches a iJiosyncracy and peculiar woodenness or Pulaski by a substantial majority and don circuit J. F. Hopkine; Pinevillo, Jorman, "everything sterns to bo all purblindness of intellectual vision that will be satisfied with nothing less than W. II. Childers; Williamsburg and Lon- right for a democratic victory in November. All my letters show tho democrats it requires not so much argumentative 2,000 votes as such majority. I am proud don, C.,M. Baker; Woodbine, T. J. was appointed are well organized and are uniting to Daniel Stevenson refutation or censure as medical treat- to inform these people where I was born LTo sell them lovcr"than ever. ment." This is as clear as mud and if he that I will be the next governor of Ken president of Union College at Barbour- fight tho common enemy " to make votes against Hardin tucky, and will carry the State by 20,000 ville. wants Ed war I Wright fell across a circular among the common people, his address majority." TRADE ITEMS. saw at Fleming's saw mil!, iu Carter FARM AND ought by all means to be scattered among county, and was cut in two. M. F. Elkin bought of II. S Withers them. They wouldn't know what he is Tub Lexington Leader has already The Harlem Derby of 1SWJ has been driving at exactly, but they would im- published the program for the inaugura- a bunch of shoata at 3?c. transferred to tho St. Loota fair grounds George Baker bought iu WylO A; URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, agine that he was making some awful tion of Col. Bradley as chief executive. ansociation. The race will bo worth f20.- charges against him. Descend from This counting the chickens before they small bunch of fat heifers at 3c. 000 to the winner. T. D. RANEY, Manager. Nearly half of the tobacco crop of your altitudinous equine, dear Boyd, and aro hatched is an uncertain business and Near Edwardsville, Ala., Farmer Branch Stores. Mason county was destroyed by frost. tell us all about it in plain, every day the Leader is liable to be fooled. Humphreys knocked Farmer Bryant into The Owen Herald notes the sales of are not ready to turn the State United States. a caldron of boiling cane syrup. The Paris, Carlisle, Mr. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, overstock, lock and barrel to the repub- 28 weanling mules at from f 14 to $37.50. murderer eecsped. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Ruby Boyd, after wrecking two licans, and we will bet Bro. Roberts Hon. Frost Monday night killed O. II. Coulter, of San Francisco, brok a women's lives, causing one to commit doesn't believe tbey will either. of the tobacco crop in Caldwell tho world's bicycle record for an unpneed suicide and the other no end of trouble county. third of a mile at Loulsvillo Wednesday Gb.v. Buckner is suffering from the has ended his miserable career. He was F. P. Bishop sold to J, O. Johnson, ound dead in bed at his home in Padu-ca- b, usual failing of ago garrulity. He is af of Boyle, 28 ewes at 2c. They averaged by going the dietanco in :3ft 1 5. The court of appeals bus affirmed the and it is supposed that he commit- ter Gov. McCreary again and plainly 145 pounds. decision of tho lower court in tho case of weakness for women shows in an interview that he is not bo Full course in Literary Department. ted suicide. His Carroll Reid has decided not to acand wine blasted a life that might have much for tho good of tho democratic cept Col. Bob Holloway's offer of $S,0C0 Alderman McDermott and others ugainst the city of Louisville and the present al Five Months with Hoard, &c, for $S$, $90, $95, according to grade. for he party he is for the defeat of McCreary. for Sherlock. proved of good to bis fellow-ma- n, derman muat surrender the hope of holdwas unusually bright and very popular. Go to, General, you have fought a good E. P. WoodB sold a car load of hogs J. M. IIUBHARD, President, Several months ago he braced up and fight and have nearly finished your in Cincinnati at 4( and ono of butcher ing on to office two years longer. At tho annual meeting of tho stockHoward Female College, professing religion, threw aside the law course, so the people will excuse you cattle at 2 to 4 15. Gallatin, Tennessee. holders of the Louisville & Nashville and retired from the candidacy for the from further troubling. Walton Wukat. I have a lot of railroad, three new directors were electLegislature to become an evangelist. He this very fine variety for sale for Heed. ed Attilla Cor, of Louisville; E. Mora After an eventful career in war and G.O.GlvenB, Stanford. assisted Rev. Fife for a time and then Daviaon, of New York, and Rudolph Elin peace, Gov. Mahono, who did more to went to St. Louis, where he preached for Georgetown Times reports sales of lis, of Philadelphia. demoralize the voters of Virginia than 40 awhile. But his fondneesfor liquor soon feeding cattle at 3, wheat at 72 and Tho Texas Legislature had its mind overcame him and meeting an evil wo- any man who ever lived by holding to corn 75 cents per shock. The Place to Buy made up on the subject of prize fightlrg-anman he fell by the wayside. This wo- them the specious plea of repudiation, is Twenty milk cows have died in lees in just three hours' time passed tho man threatened to Bend his wife some about to pass in his checks. Ho was than a week at Middlesboro. Texas fevbill making prize fighting a felony, nml Btricken with paralysis a few days ago at letters ho had written her and it is er is said to be the cauao. added an emergency clauso making the thought that that had something to do Washington and can not recover. We sell at the Cheapest Price. Foil Sale. 23 long yearling steers, law effective at dnco. Only ono voto wan He was a son of Conwith his death. average 850 poundp; strictly good. R. II. caat against le A mutual friend writes us from tho hill iu the Senate and gressman Linn Boyd, who was a big man not to be too hard on Brer Smith. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. only five ncninat it in tho House. I in bis day in his section of the State, Bless his dear soul, we do not intend to William Lindsay, a hotel keeper at and was himself repeatedly honored by be hard on him. Wo like Smith By an Experienced Pharmacist. If Troubled with Rheuuatlsm Read This. better Norton, Va., bought of Forestus Reid his constituency. ANNAPOLIS Md , 8g4- -I have umh Cham, than anybody almost and ttir him up two fine Jersey cows for $100. Pain Halm foe rheumatism anil found 't Seed Fultz wheat of an extra variety betlein'iall that to :be Gov. Brown is aping Goy. Culberteon. simply for the fun of tho thing and beif claimed (or it. I believe t to be the bent preparation for rheumatism and for sale by Moses Coffey, Turnersville. Ho Bwears by the Eternal tho proposed cause like a powder houso, be is always deep seted muscular pains on the matlet and Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Ky. See sample at this office. cheerfully recommend a to the public. J no. ('. prize fight between Murphy and Griffin, ready to explode. Brooks, dealer iu boots, shoes, etc . No. iS Main The frost lino reached us far South St. booked for next Monday night, shall not ALSO RE VI) THIS. WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OK as North Misaieeippi Sunday night, but MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. comooffif he has to call out the State MECHANMCSVIM.K, St Marv countv. Md. did only slight damago in that section. Getting hot in the I sold a bottle of Chamberlain's I'aln Halm it a malitia to stop it. Evangelist Combs' meeting at RichD. O. Terhune has bought five car man who had been sufferiijtt 'th rheumatism for collar he denounces such contests as "a mond closed with 01 additions. verl years. It made bun a well man. A J. loads of mule colts in eight different McGlll. Her sale at 50 cents rxr bottle by Crate diegrace to our civilization, an insult to Richard Lancaster, who is only 87 counties at from $12 to $50. HocVcr, Druggists, SUuford, Ky Advocate. tho Christian and decent sentiments of and Mrs. Eliza Cook, just 59, were marChamber Suits, Curtain roles, Matt Cohen, of Richmond, is at too Centre Tables, Veranda Settes, the ago, and an outrageous violation of ried at Georgetown. Folding lleds, Extension Ilrackets, Cutting Tables, St. Louis fair with his famous saddlers, NEW ADVEUTLSKMEVTs. Japanese I'anlers, accordingly issued a procla law." He Sldeboarus, Ilaby Carriages, South Carolina's constitutional con- Cerro Gordo, Minnie May and Lady HarMusic Cabinets, Church Furnilute, Wardrobes, Carpets, mation calling upon the mayor of Louis- vention adopted a section forbidding the Mirrsrs, Hall Furniture, Hall Trees, ris. Oil Cloth, Couches, ville and all peace officers in Jefferson granting of divorces for any cause what Jail Furniture, The biggest watermelon raised in Chairs. Hugs, I'Idturrs and Kaicli, Itanlc Furniture, county to enforce the law, but the mayor ever. . fetraw Mattings, Logan county this year measured 3 feet Wall Paper. Hotel of 13 rooms with fixtures. Splendidly lo- Hook Caws, Carpet Paper, is not so excited over a mere "sparring Dining Tables, cated. Good garden and orchard Express Wagons, W. D. Murphy, just 21, and MieB 21 inches in length and weighed 67? Hue opening Window Shades. for an enterprising man. Will be sold at a barthough he promised Clara Horton, 18, both of the Kingsvillo match for points," gain. Kor particulars call on or address, pounds. to look up the law and see if it would be section, were married at Pleasant Point I. IJ. KDMISTON, Agent, Hogs are advancing again in the Crab Orchard, Ky. a violation to permit it. Meanwhile it church Wednesday. Cincinnati market. Tkey were quoted is dollars to doughnuts that the fight Mr. Blanton Hayden, of Nebraska at 4 yesterday for best packers and Undertakers and Furniture Dealers. Stanford, Ky. STRAYED OR STOLEN. goes on. City, Neb., and Mrs. Rebecca Mills, of butchers. A bale of cotton is worth $15 moro says that in no Todd county, Ky., were married Wed Tub Courier-JournOno Gray Horse o years old, 16 hands high and G5. this fall than it was a year ago, and the one. Koan MaruS years old, ij hands high. Iloth money, can Senator nesday. Hp is 80, she case, money or no good saddlers. A liberal reward will be paid lor Five hundred men have answered country is no nearer free coinago any information or their return. Blackburn get more than 35 votes in an advertisement of a Chinaman in Cal- than it was a year ago. MILTON WARREN'. joint ballot and that be has not now and 6' Stanford, Ky. ifornia offering a fortune to any reputaand Mrs. W. E, Ellis went to Rev. never has had the slightest show for reble white man who would marry his Memphis yesterday to live and have loelection. It is to be hoped that the 0.-- J, I daughter. The Chinaman is said to be cated at 501 Vance street. His pastorate bo a Na speaks by the card. It would a myth. New goods of the latest styles just received begins with next Sunday's services. tional calamity to return uiackburn 10 Call In and see the largaat and best assorted line Dr. J. F. Edgar, of Lexington, was The Louisville PoBt is responsible ever brought to Stanford. Prices as low as the the Senate. The paper further says that lowest. M'W McCreary are arrested at Memphis Tuesday for per- for this story: Lincoln county folks Bay don"n Repairing the speeches of MISS LICCIE riEAZLEV, jury. He is accused of swearing to a that a young man there recently climbStanford, Ky doing a world of good. Gov. McCreary thoroughly understands the issue and false statement in order to procure a di ed a corn stalk to see how tho ears were vorce from his wife, whom he deserted getting on, but now the corn is growing the record, and puts both with clearness with her six children about a year ago. so fast he can not get down, and is suband power. He is meeting great au I will offer at public outcry to the highest and Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an Invitationa have been issued to tho sisting on raw corn. uesi Diuuer, wttnout reserve, on diences and everywhere is making votes inmmer who will satisfy the teste of the most fastidious in his marriage of Miss Mayrnq Brewer, of this Nearly all the large lots of cattle in work against Blackburn and for the State tick5(11,1895, MR. city, to Mr. J. McKenzie Moss, of Bow- this county have been sold. OnKiHLEY. et. BXPERIEHCED ling Green, Oct. 17th. Mias Brewer is ly three remain that we learn of. Hon. At my residence miles west of Hustonville, Lincoln county, known as the llailer Farm, the Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us one of Danville's prettiest and most pop John Sam Owsley, Sr., has 117 that following persons! property: a trhl The Louisville Post, which has a penSix ijrood Mares, 3 aged work Horses, three chant for protesting against most every- ular young ladies and her departure from weigh 1,600, Mr. O. M.Jones has GO near Hoists, four a year olds, a yearlings, two K thing, protests against Col. Billy Breck- this community will be regretted by ly as heavy, while J. A. and S. T, Har- a lllle ono year old horso . many friends. Advocate. ...u., "rK ' iwuipicumu ris have several car loads of fino ones. o yearling Mules. 3 weanllnps. 6liorse .Mules, inridge being permitted to speak in the fine Inrt. Large buyers might make a note of this. one 7 years old, one j, one 4, two 3 nnd yearling, name of the democratic party to the five Jennets, 4 to 7 years old, 1 thoroughbred Stal. Judge Ruaeell HouBton died of old Editor Knott The sale by Executor Isaac Shelby, lion, 3 il ilk Cows and Calves, stripper Cow, six people of Louisville. age at his home in Louisville, Tuesday. Jr., of the personalty of Mrs. Mary Shel- J.earflng Heifers, 3 woanling Calves, t Shorthorn LANCASTER, KY., doesn't think that ho is the proper perf"t3,eA,l"W!s.,,ock "f,'.,J "ekiof Hay, son to teach the paoplo, because he has Ho had been chief counsel of the Louis- by was as follows: Work mules, $05 to 100 bushels of Oats, 300 bushels of Shellod Oats. Has now on hand Weather-BoardinWheat, two Wagons, Ceiling, Flooring and all kinds cotton mules, Wood Binder, 1 Disc Harrow, MoweF, Rake! not yet sufficiently atoned for his sins. ville and Nashville for a quarter of a cen- $S0; unbroke tury and was the only person who ever thin in flesh, $35 to $15 per head; three Plows, Cultivator and other Farming Implements! of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds clarion notes are still worth The colonel's terms. Three months without interest on all F O n -that amount and under, w UJv unijf thousands of votes and if he is willing held that office. He also served the weanling mules, $30 per head; about 700 sums oyer Sio; payable at the Nationalcash. Ne- w. .v. muuuin nne ana lYlniinf-i.-r. gotiable note, -- V1l Bank 1 CI1UW president. Am. wv barrels of new corn, $1.20 to $1.40 per Hustonville, will be- reouired before property of PAnlov ... uBu n to sound them thero.is no need of objec road one time as its Is lo meet competition from alltfpoints back in the '60a." reSovdtEnglish, on samueireid. barrel. tion. &M1-WEEKL- Col. W. G. Welch, of this place, has CHURCH AFFAIRS. INTERIOR JOURNAL taken his pon in hand and in a few The Rock River Conferonco of Illilines addressed to Hon. John M. Atherton, through the columns of the Louis- nois has declared in favor of admitting Octobeu4,1895 Stanford. Ky., ville Times, shows how badly wroni? a woman as delegates to tho General Confcood man may got when, liko the Louis ference. The Louisville Conference at ville distiller, he kicks out of the party VV. P. WALTON. Y Madi-Boavil- le Price Clippin gs CONFIDENCE RSilLD , Lt-slo- S75 after-tboug- Per-kin- s. 3E:iTejc THE LOUISVILLE STORE staxtfobjd, isrsr., Ken-tuckia- ns three-fourt- hs Educate Your Daughters. .... RflcRoberts' Drug Store Carefully Compounded SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES Rock-cflat- Proscriptions "W B. M'ROBERTS, I v A-- FURN ITURE WITHER & HOOKER FOR SALE! 6j-i- ra al to-d- ay St. Asaph Carnage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, TO THE LADIBS MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. ex-Go- v. Publio Sale. Horse Shoeing and Blacksmitiiing of all Kinds. nrf.:! E. E. Saturday, Oct. EE PEWTER inrce-year-o- iu 1 1 The Noel Planing Mill Co. g, 1 two-year-o- ld - ... .., Auctioneer. 58 cash orders. y.a.cu 3Z , issi5s5s5s5sstiii ,- -. -- - A: ,? " t ' . ... . 23itttSSA3!3c!B!fe .1TL - mm . ( rJMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL China novelties nt Danks, tho Jeweler. Foil oysters, celery and fruita Foley. & ! 6eo . Il PI'"" -- HUM J0fP J. THE- Stanford, Ky., - Octodkk 4, 1895 E. C. Walton, Business Manager IIavk your prescriptions filled at Craig locker's. . Don't delay having your eyes tested by Danks, tho Optician. Pockkt knlvea and razors guaranteed. Oun great jewolry nnd fillvorwHro pain See our now lino. W. 11. Wearen A Co. Inetlllnn. Othfrsarn getting thu best Roods for tho IfHHt mony. Why not Wx have n fiuu lino of solid silver tayou? Peuny'a Drug and Jewelry Storo. bleware to show you. Danks, tho JewPERSUHArPOINTsT eler. Mn. Effort We'll make to get your tra'de by Square Dealing gives you a STOUT SLIM CLOTHING Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Ready-mad- e or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man. rl ' IIrvriily 0. Kout is back from Missouri. Diu M. L. IJounNK is daBgerously ill of Oct. Louisville-y- Ouu candidate for railroad commissioner, Georgo H. Alexander, wlllBpeak hero 11). H. ; J, ; M'ROBERTS. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal , k . J. H. BAUGHMAN. S. H. BAUGHMAN. making propartiona to receive tho biggest lino of China novel-tieChance to overlook us, for it will not be ever brought to Stanford. Mns. James P. Bailey has been sick for n week or moro. Bracelets, linko, mnnicuro articles, Mies Fiibiia Meikii, of Lexington, is belts, belt pins, opera gnnrds nnd stertbo giiPHt of Mrs. Win. Rico. ling silver novelties galore at Danks. Mn". J. S. UuniiRfllBin Cincinnati buy.9 Will havo open Saturday tho nicest ing goods for Hughes A Tate. Before you find that we are not Try ome of our brandi and you will have no other Fancy Patent No i, Alpine Snow, Fncy Family, Miis. Euoknia Whitlky, of Boylo, has assortment of outing flannels, solid and Belle of Lincoln and Creole. figured percales over shown hero. Sovbeen visiting Mrs. J. K. Karris. Mn. Will II. Shanks ia In Louisville eranco A Son. : : : : .. laying in Blocks of winter goods. Rev. W. G. Oati, tho would bo nxor-cidOur Specialties-See- di of all kinds, mixed and crushed to Order Corn, Rye, Shiptuff, OatJ, BarMm. Rkiibll Ohawcklloii, who has got off lightly. Tho Jury at Mt. ley and Ilran. Remember all Feed orden mut bo accompanied with tho cash. Address cr call on had malarial fovor, is convalescing. Vornou let him off with two years for In our methods in treating you right. It would be Mns. Jamks U.YBAOKiinnd Mlaa Suo shooting and wounding & hia wife. Danville. Willie Halo are visiting in Mum Mamik Hkazlkv Is visiting bor Full lino of tho latest millinery fresh sister, Mrs. 1. 0. Bandidgo in tho West from the New York market and selected with the greatest care. Call and sco how-loEnd. I sell for cash. Mrs. A. A. McKinMns. J. K. Poutman left for Jacksou Policy for us to endeavor to show you any thing that was not Tuesday mornintr to visit Mrs. J. K. Pat- noy. rick. Why buy Old Stock when you can get for the same money Mahsiial Nkwlanis boy having reCol. D. W. Thiiiiilb, of Madison, is ho will now proceed to collect covered, qnite 111 at bis sister's, Mrs. I. I. (ho dog tax or extormiuato tho brutes. daughter, The latter is preferable to tboso whose Mn. Isaiah Wiiitb, wifo and Krminie, of Casey, Bro vIbUIiik Mr. Levi nights are made hideous by their howls In its effects and test of your judgment as to wear and durability. Our new Fall stock has arrived. You can't help but buy if you come aud barks. Myers. in showing our line of Wc therefore command a few Mho. Ki) Walkkii and Miss Jane and see. Hon. Ciiahi.es Finlky, republican Walker, of Garrard, were guests of Mrs. nominee for secretary of State, will J. 0. Hays. speak hero county court dny. Mr. Fin-le- y Mr.8. OniKLi Thompson, of Louisville, e said to make many wild statements U. Is up on a vUit to her brother, Col. W. and it is likely a democratic orator, who G. Welch. Ih well posted, will anawer him. I k f Will Bithtok ha returned to PittsThe Stanford team went to Crab Orburg to resume his position with tho lauchard Wednesday afternoon and played rel Coal Co. of Somersut. is a gamo of ball with tho nine of that Mifs Lucy Boihikic, visiting her grandf.ither. Mr. J. P.Hill, place. At tho ninth inning when the But "The Wonder" will burn it not split. Chunks, knots, sticks, score stood 2G to 'Jo in favor of tho Crab at Maywood. cobs, etc., just suit it. Mn. W. Stuart Mr mis writes that he Orchard boys, a dispute arose and the has gone to Albany, Oregon, to collect gamo was called. Tho umpires gave the gamo to tho Stanford club. fur his Itnngo company. ... Ingram, of Louisville, and Miia. Jamhh At tho suggestion of Chairman G. B. No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. Call and Mrs.' Mary Green, of Elizabeth, aro vis- Coopor.'of tho campaign committee, r iting relatives at Maywood. sec it and then 'Wonder" why you have not bought one long ago. Norman has appointed Judge T. L. Missts Nettik ani Gkoiioia Wiiay Sholton, J. T. Embry, J. S. Owsley, Jr., aud Mr. J. W. Rout, Jr., nro staying at and E. C. Walton to assist him in awing-in- g Llnnietu Springs for a .bw days. And to suit every build of humanthe old county of Lincoln back into Mrs. W. M. Laikkv has returned from tbo democratic column can fit - Which wc can safely say and they aro goity. adolightful visit to her son. S. K. Lack-e- lug to almost every one. ubu their best efforlH to that end and family at Gallatin, Tenn. . . Dry. Persous who havo lived in the Viscknt Okkii, familiarly known as Aa mt "Put," will enter Centro College and be- section for 50 years or mote tell us that Dealer in- they havo never seen Cedar nnd Logan come a member of her fool ball team. Mk. Cyrus Broadwxll, president of creeks bo dry or Dix River as low as it is Co., of Cincin- now. The beds of tho two former streams the LouiM Snide' nati, was hero yesUrday to see tho I. J. aro dusty in many places, whilo tho river Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, Dii. Kn AicoiiN and pretty daughter, has about ceased to run. It is mighty Mi68 Lucy Mastnrson Alcorn, of hard to get stock water anywhere now SIDING, spent Wednesday with Mrs. and tho prospect gf a worm. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. . Bettio McKlnnev. Polling Tiikm. Chairman Godfrey of the W. T. Bhocks, editor . Rbv. Trausylvaulan nnd pastor of tho Tur Hunter, of tho campaign committee, has norsvillo Christian church, accompanied issued instructions to hia henchmen to poll every voting precinct in tho State by Misa Lillian Tanner, paid us a call aud ascoitaln how each man will likely Tuesday. vote. A moro thorough or persistent Rbv. and Mm. W. K. Arnold left v campaign was never made by any party. s' sojourn In Somfor a prospects It never sleeps and every erset. Mr. Arnold thlnkB his of thorn will bo nt tho polls. Lot tho Worry you if you can't get what you want. We have what you are for Biiccewiful nnd pleasant work nro very fine and ho goes henco with a cheerful ilemocrnta bestir themselves or bitter delooking for: feat mny await us. heart. New Leather Belts, New Wool Slipper Soles, Tub Loulsvillo Post says that Teo CarThe court of claims waa in session two keeps days, but could not get through New Side Combs, penter is an unlucky dovil, but ho New Over Gaiters, with tho in good humor in spite of it nil, adding l,5h7 presented and had to adjourn unNew large Buttons, New Laces, however, that if tho hogs ho lost on the til There never woo Buch a lot ' New Handkerchiefs, New Combs, 0. S. had been his fox hounds, ho would of them, but they aro mostly for small New Pocket Books. New Brushes, have been kicking yet. amountH. They run from 31 cents to Now Purees, who mar- 1(500, the latter being New Tooth Brushes, Lt. Oalkii Got., of Missouri, tho jailer's claim. New Hair Fins, Now Ladies' Pockets, ried In this county in 1S05, in hero after The poor house hill is much leea than New Stamped Linens, Now Knitting Silks, attending tbo G. A. R. meeting at usual, owing to the paupers being supj New Embroidered Silks, New Kid Gloves, and tho reunion nt Knoxvillo, ported outsido of tho institution. It New Zephyrs, New Corsots, etc. looking P tbo record of his marriage, foota up $ H0.30. Tbo next largest claim New Genuantown Lawn, New Saxony Yarn, which ho heard wna not properly re- is by M. D. Elmoro for J 117, merchancorded. dise furnished paupers by order of tho look at these goods. "Wo sell thcui at lowest cash prices. For long men, slim men and stout Corao county judge. B. H. Danks fa esterday. a m typhoid flux. Tint editor and his wifo went to SEED WHEAT Always On Hand. J. H. BAUGHMAN CO., e, ... POOR mo-ment Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. Nun-nelle- y. jEx?XCI2IE3I i BRIGHT, NEW GOODS? Mens', Every kind of U Boys' yW. M& DANKS, The Jeweler. He Can't Split theWood. And Ma-jo- ill if a SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. Cluldreifs Clothing Be i I - y, lpr SHIRTSI Overcoats ; W. H. WEAREN & CO. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- Hub-tonvill- e, i For Men, Boys .ana Children. 3 Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, FLOORING, CEILING, ETC. ree-terd- four-year- Long Little Things un GLOVES Coats, Short to-da- y. Neek P Coats, Lou-Isvlll- o Canes. Wear Jk CITY AND VICINITY. F AWT 8 ra men. most All styles and prices. A n, A Summer coon by tho namo of School shoes at Soveranco A Son's. of whom wo never heard beforo A. II. Kinley Una a girl at his house. that wo remember, showed hia aesinlnl-t- y Mid-dleto- t at Grovo tho other night, by nbuslng Buy a "Wonder." W. II. Wearen this paper nnd ita Middloburg corres Co. pondent, because both it nnd him nro .. tilled day or night at opposed to tho new fangled sanctlfication Prbscru'tionb business. Tho Rev. Middloton shows by Craig A Hooker's. hia remarks published ulaawhero in this Tub Signal Servico predicts ahowera issuo, that ho is about aa capable of understanding any religion na a hog ia of or i comprehending n holiday. Ho ia not tho Three frosts nnd no rain. All signs first Httlo pismlro who has tried to jump fall In dry weather. on this paper, only to bo glad to jump For tho best and cheapest Fnll buUb off na soon na possible. go to Jeeso D. Wearen. Some time ngo Mr. A. M. Feland hnd n Full stock of heating stoves, Ac, nt man arrested for trespnesinc on his prom . . tr, ises, who at hta trial waa discharged by HipginH a Aiciwuuuy .a. . wood, Judgo Davison, who thought that tho Am tight hentera for coal or grand jury would not indict bim. Mr. something new in stovo lino. Higglns A Felaud thought tho decision a very unMcKinnoy. just ono and in n letter to tho editor, NKWBtampod llnons, butcher linens, which ia too long for our crowded space "Indian Head" cotton embroidery, silks, expresses hia viewa of that kind of nn administration of the law In general and etc, nt Soveranco A Son's. of Davison and County Attorney Paxton (Saturday) nnd Comb In in particular. Ho doeBn't think ho can of Fall and wineeo tbo first installment get justice from them nnd although ho A Son. hoa other cases will lot them go. The ter wraps and capea. Soveranco excursion from officers Bay there waa nothing in the caso Tna Q. A C will run an next hoard that they could see and did not Somerset to Cincinnati and return for the round trip, The want to put the county to additional coat Sunday at $1 City at about for a prosecution that conld not amount .train will pass Junction to anything, 3:S0a.m. A to-da- UMBRELLAS Mcln-toshe- s, SEVERANCE & SON. Courteous y ht. - ' Capes, BoxCoats ... We have opened up one of the handsomest lines ot blaek and fancy dress goods ever offered in this city and we invite all buyers to exTo inspect our line before making amine before buying. Our black and colored silks and velvets for your Fall purchases is extended to waists and sleeves are not surpassed in any inland town and we obliall. Satisfaction guaranteed or gate ourselves to make prices as low if not lower than other houses; For men and boys. money refunded. Invitation Pointed Facts. DO NOT LEAVE HOME 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 big 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 matket. This you will find on comparison and we chalienge competition. There will be a big advance in shoes this Fall, as hides have advanced from 200 to 300 per cent, so you had better buy early and don't fail to examine our stock before buying. m 1 1 The Globe, Strictly One-Pric- e Clothing' House Danville, Kentucky. J. L. Frohman & Co., Pros. HUGHES & TATE. tlUti I 1 I I it if TIM i ' m t Semi-Week- ly If J InteriorJourm; AT NEWSY NOTES. published Every Tuoaday and Friday Europe's sugar crop ia roported tona short. There are Baitl to be 84,000 convicts in American prisons. November 10 will be Kentucky day S3 PiSK YlCyVUIT flWhen not sapatd .A..D will b charged." 32.60 K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train i leave Stanford at 7:15 a, m arriving at 4:30 p- m. and 9: so p. ra. - nd 3 p. m. at the Atlanta exposition. Mrs. Maddy Kearnes, oi Piqun, O., was gored to death by a mad cow. Two men were kicked to denth by vicious horses at Parkersbnrp, W. Vn. Six pooplo wore killed by the premature explosion of a blast in a Missouri quarry. The crand mry at Washington has reported in favor of establishing a whipping-post. L.&'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . No. 11, Train coin: North " " No, 16. " South No. 3, n NO.?! .... ra 04 p ra 35m tt5pin 27 pm mM4MIIM QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City at follow t No. t South it. 48 a m No 1 North ...3 P n Deputy Sherlfl Atty. at Law. The Futurity, ftcarolds . .. A little girl in Indiana died as a, re35 a 11 1'lass, pacing 1,009 " 3 ...1.3S p m sult of having swallowed a pin four ta.tsnm ' 4 " a. 14 Class, trotting l,o 6 " 5 " 11.35 am ...3.15 a m SATURDAY, OCT. 11. h g m pm ' 10 " 8.40 ...6.00 a ra years ago. The Facing Futurity, Note. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur Conoral John Uargiss was killed in a fight 18 Class, trottinc o (l her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. a it Class, trotting yto that came up over a game of craps in Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky MONDAY, OCT 1. Ilarlan county, all, trotlitij; $, We offer our servicis to the public to do a gen The Kentucky 3year-old- s Mrs. F. D. Hathaway, of Gallipolis, a.eeo eral Collecting limine A'couuti, notes, etc a:oo Class, pacing i.ouo celloctcd in all parts ot the county. n otn 0., was caught in a folding bed and serTUESDAY, OCT. 15. iously injured. The Stallion Representative, ... l,j,eo id liiii, iioiiing i.eoo Mrs. William Moore, of Ashland, s. 20 Class, pacing "STcmr joo 0 , committed suicide by hanging her 16. WEDNESDAY, OCT. The Johnston, ,ooo I will go to any place where there are six or self to a bedpost. trotters a 11 Class, trotting., i.ooe more cattle to uehorn. I do tho work with the Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. Louis Krsell foil from his baloon nt a J nasi, trotting Lightning Dehoruer Can dehorn any cow in 50 The best salve in the world for three socomls. The knife makes a clean, smooth a distance of 50 feet from the ground and sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores cuts, bru its, THURSDAY. OCT. 1;. tetter, ehap- nor break the horn, as Ihs) The Lexington, ... hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, n... $,xo cut, dots not crush the only humane way to dewas fatally injured. clipper does. It Is a 11 Class, pacing t positively cures piles, or no pay repuircd. It is 1,000 horn. Does not punish the animal likethasav, J F BARKER, Proprietor, a as Class, trotting .. . joo and the wuutid gets well as quick again as that At Camilla, Ga., Frank Allen shot guaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money For sale by refunded. Trice 25 cents per - FRIDAY, OCT. 18. made by the saw. For further t&foriiMtlen, call Ellis Stuart, because the latter refused A.R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. box. Kv. G. The Wilson, 225 pacers J.r onSee the LighlnngA. PEYTON, Stanford,tot. to drink with him. Pruning Hook. 'I he Ashland, yearlings, trotting Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dar. i.ouo Saved. 1 no iwue-i- . ran, j. 19 trotters 2,000 In Lexington 1.0S9 negro women Mrs. PhoebeTwo IilvoaJunction City, III., was Thomas, of Remodeled and refurnished throughout, Large Br,Music by Llberati's Military Hand.-- " registered to vote in tho school election told by her doctors she had consuiiiotion and that and Commodious Sample Room. there was no hope for her. hut two bottle of Dr. Excursion rates from all sections office by Halls to 910 white women. mscosery completely cured her and Prompt and polite connected guests.Electric47 Hells. points in Kentucky. Entry list on One fare from Nirir's and appltcattcm. service to .Air. A $1,000 blaff bet that Bradley S ED A TIPTON, Sec'y. Successors to J II. Higgles, Dsalcrs in would win was ouicklv called by two ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled without result e ery thins; else then bought one bottle of I will take all the hides I can Kt Absolutely Puro.f Louisville democrats. LIirJ7Q Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was 1111uu, lor casn or in uje lor icainer on such reIt George Fred Williams has been cured,of lie Is naturally thankful. that isproxe the court days at Stanford or at my home in which tliwo are samples, sults A cream of tarter baking powChas Knnslin. launpr coughs and. for governor by the Massach- wonderful efficacy of this medicine -:- colds. Free trial bottle at G. L. Penny, Exor's der. Highest of all in leavening nominated convention. Kv. usetts State Drugstore. Regulai sue 50c and (1. strength. Latest United States We will lontinue the coal business at Mr HE3STT. Ky. The safe in a church at Menominee, old sun J and ill lave on hand at all times Government Food Report. we Mich., was blown open and f200 nnd all This remedy Electric Blttera. known and so a promptly A farm with is becoming so well 3 outbuildings, j god dwelling andef all necessary the very bestcfmal whimlash will delivermake It (o strictly for Wt will sad will Huttenvtlle. milts iinhrtt popular as to need no spc.ci.tl mention. All who the Interest 1895 the people ul this section to pay ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., of tho church papers stolen. Fifty or 60 acrts to go In corn, 40 to go in wheal ae used Electric Hitters does the same song 17 George Davis, of Parkersburu, W. praise. A purer medicine sing not exist and it of and 15 or jo to go in hemp. Twenty-nvacres in Cash. Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate is 100 Wall Street, New York. good grass. All guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric ments. hind. Va., drank three gallons of hard cider on Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and KidTerms, Money Rent in Ailvsnce Scientific, Classical and Coursrs ot A. G. Lankan? a bet, and died in four hours. neys, will remove Pimples. Iloils. Salt Ithcuni and Study John D. Cattleman. Also km HusheJi Hurt Oats for Sale. K. S. POWELL, affeitions caused by impure Mood; will and Elocution. S. PRICK, Samuel Stone, of Franklin, Tenn., is other malaria from the itcm and prevent as .chools of Mumc, Art, French a specialist in her drive llu.loimlle, Ky. A. Hcst teachers etuploed, each well as mre all malarial fe trs Fir cure of own Department for shooting at his mother-in- . wanted Surgeon Conipation and Indigestion, try Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision ef Ertire satista noil guaranteed or moiii-iaw whom she quarreled with. teachers Dentist, Price 50c For further information, address : : John Jackson, aged 17, was knocked refunded.drug stce and $1 per bottle at A . K Penny's WILLIAM SIIKLTON. President down and killed at Maysville, while atKy. tempting to stop a ruuaway team. Office orer McKoSerta' P, ,g Store in the Owsley llulUinK HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. The receipts of the treasury department for the month of September were Offers his services o the people at West Lincoln nl Cascv Counties hull stocK ul Cottloi $3,175,010 in excess of expenditures. snd Caskets always on hand. &0ASTLEM Daniel Greman, of Carrollton, 0 , (.arpculir, MattigFi. 9$ 1'. U. KILIBY. Proprietor, I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices an was thrown from his bicycle while coast- on MANAGERS, easy monthly payments, or.any other terms to suit the purchaser London. - - - Kentucky. ing down a hill and fatally injured. Si$LX3a I ' best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry as fine a line Commerce Building, Louisville Five hundred new coke ovens will have moved to say nw Hots) aad am beltsr of goods as can be found any wherein the land. ever to Ih public. ptpiC than attached aad every Agents throughout the South bo constructed at Big Stone Gap, Va , by coavoaiesc I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever Two Good Blue-Gras- s Farms near Uctl Lircr? tat a call. One the firm of Minor Bros., of Birmingham. FRANK RILKV. be convinced. Hustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. T7 W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agrsat, The Valley Mutual Life Insurance sold them before. Give me a call and 3?" Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Co., of Staunton, Va., has assigned. Lia) r jTNSS, WlHKtl STANFORD, KY JxNKS Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking The heirs ot Mrs. America Hailey, deed , otTer 0. bilities are $100,000 and assets only her two Farms, situated ab.ut txse mile this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue fer sale Hustonsille, ..ir you ARE GOING....... west of is Lincoln cunty, en the Abe Scott, a young farmer of Pike teaching as before. Address llradfurdsvllle turnpike road These two Farms or edjoln and taken tegtlher contain 310 acres .1 Buicide by taking county, committed & land and can be disidcd so as to include aloul 140 THE rough on rats because tho frost killed his acres la the home place and oo acres in the th er. The buildings and inprrevemeiits on each Ky. tobacco. are comfortable and substantial. Each ot the farms Sole proprietor! Dean's lllack Diamond Roo Bray, of Glasgow, While Miss Bertie is well watered and lorivrattBt to good schools ami churches Terms reasonable Title clear Paint Estimates furmiaed lor paining Wood, was combing her hair in front of tho fire Meiat and lion Hoofs .Satisfaction Guaranteed, For further mforaaatlnii apply to either of us. All roofs painted with Dean's lllack Diamond J P. HAIt.l 1. tanford. Ky her clothes caught and she was burned Paint guaranteed for years Dealers in best n J iv HOCKt.k, Hu.tonvilW, Ky Pumps ana Galvaaued Iron MlUri. to death. FAsKTTK DUNLAP.M I) , Dan 5 oim ville, Kv All hope for the safety of tho eight Louisville & Nashville ft. R. Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of DON'T FORGET THAT people aboard the barge Elmo, caught in a storm on Lako Superior, has been Is the line for you, as its THE FAVORITE MILLS, abandoned. I ill rent to the highest bidder on SSonblc Locomotive Works has The Baldwin AT McKINNEY, KY., Make close connections at Hase overhauled fiotn botreceived a contract from the Russian 1895, tom toJust beentho famous aad repaired City Mill top by Richmond LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI government for 40 locomotives for rail- Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle or iiicntnenu, ma, and with capacity iterks, My Faun of For all points. now increased, are doing more and better word roads in that country. nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine man ever anil with the old sellable V, THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Kennedy are sure of good BAGQAGE CHECKED THROUGH Gen. Michener, in an authorized our stock before buying. Fine Land, Flour aud as head miller, you sure and bring us Acres Prices all right. The season is getting fair ttcatment II. For any information enquire cf interview, says Gen. Harrison has not short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line About 70 acres to go in corn and about fj acre, your grinding aad whtn tuylng call lor our old Agent. JOES. U already sown In whest. It is about mldosy be- aad wall established brands. Favorite Patent, La- withdrawn, aud ventures the opinion of Buggies and Surreys. Stanford, Ky tween nhelDy City and Milledgcvillc, in hall a uie. rsToruc aim itaacrs s,noice milr of Danville V Hustooville pike Jhtro are HATES A SON'. that Col. New was misquoted. four irood houses on the place and plenty of wa- Successor to K. L Tanner favorite Milling Co. "Cap" Evans, of Suarpesburg, was San Francisco ter Possession given Jan. i, i8y6 Portland. W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. At the same lime I will sell so cattle, 16 hogs, standing on a rail banning tobacco. His ..To the.. 47 sheep, j mules, 6 horses, two wagons, two ground binder, drill, plows and gears, 600 barfoot slipped and he fell to tho rel! of com, 10 slacks ol hay, Ac. breaking his neck and dying at once. The farm still be rested fur 12 months, rmvable Proprietors of , Via The R Jan. 1, 18 7, Good note required. On personal John M. Atherton, one of the demly, an sums 01 jio ami uuilcr .asn, oser tint six K months' credit without interest, notes negotiable ocratic sound money leaders in the State, and payable in bank. Andbus helped to make up a purse to wager F MOORE. JA.MK SrANIORD, KY. Mielby City. Ky. that Col. Bradley will bo elected govHaving The L. & N.'e passenger service amounted to $5,413,083 59 and its freight to $12,033,251.93 during the year just Law, Attorney closed. - Managers of tho fight claim to feel confident of deOUceon Lancaster Street, opposite the Court e feating the fight measure in House. Collections receive especial attention. BS the Texas Legislature. ' 23. The constitutional convention in South Carolina has adopted a section Attorney at Law, prescribing qualifications for voter?, - which are regarded as practically shut- ting out many negroes by educational Will act as Kxccutor.JAdininistralor and Assign-- I ee and property requirements. Special attention given to Settlements of Fs. At Frankfort it is allegnd than nn ef- ites, as AttOMiey and Sale and Division of ofants' Lands. fort Is being made by disatlected demoOllice on Lancaster St overSupt. W. F. McCla crats and certain republicans to raise a v'a office. 90 large fund to defeat tho democratic State ticket. It is reported that a prominent SPRING AND SUMMER. gold man has said that $2,500 could bo raised here for that purposo. Something,to Beautify the Ladies. Tho republicans of Indianapolis Dally openlning. New Hats, flowers and lacesl uavo nominated n candidate lor mayor WeglsMho assurance to the trade that thev wil who refused to vote for Harrison in 1S92; find iu our es'abllshment the same eacluslveuets the n style of patterns, hats and but Harrison has announced himself for leading noteltles in Millinery bonnets and all aio lorwnicnxta the full city ticket ami calls on his known throughouta the country. I hate secured trimmer for the seafriends not to permit their personal re- son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respectfully solicit sentments to influence their votes bestowed. your patronage heretofore so lit eraliy M I) DUDlir.RAK- KATE DUDDEKAK, .Manager. agaiiiBt the party. W. S. BTJB.CH, at Kentucky's Great Trots. DR, W. B. $77,250 in Stakos and Pursoa. PEirirsr, Corbett-Fitzsim-mo- ns Stanford, Kentucky. anti-priz- Loxinston, October 8 to - 18. I W&llaoo Stan.ord, Varnon, - n Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Opposite the Pesl-Olf- j Kentucky. TUESDAY, OCT Kentucky's Futurity; j.jrai-old- s The 'lennesuc; s it pacers a 17 8. Office on Main Street, JiJ.eo 4, 1,000 9. Class; trotting ll THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. aay part of town ii-m . WEDNESDAY, OCT Free-for-a- a.eo The West, trotters Class, trotting THURSDAY, OCT. : j pacing ?, i,ee 10. ,ew Meet all Trains,nli;ht and Good lice clay. Patrons taken to of Ch arge. The I'rnnsytvania s 16 Class, pacing a at Clas, trotting . 11. l,eco day. Livery Attached, Fare rf Hotel J 00 per A. II. HAS! IN, Prop. M. Newlaii'l, FRIDAY, OCT. W. S. Uurch. Burob. fs Collectors, Frwi-fo- r first-cla- ss Doh.ora Ctvttla BARKER HOUSE, akP POWDER Somerset, Kentucky. '" R. R. Noel & Son. Stanford, , STAJSTFORX Stanford, Otteu-hel- 111 Female College, Dcpart-Spccl- All Kinds M--ll of Coal, lllg-gin- an session uncus scih. FOE first-clas- al e s ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 54-i- lle.vl-ach- Flpc.-t-Hitte- Rsuranse uonipany J. T. T BAKBEE Al IAN0S and ORGANS. STJTTOjST, UNDERTAKE!!, Stanford, THE 1 RILEY HOUSE l.. FOR ds-dr- -- $20,-00- JOITES BROS., Stanford, MOHTH WEST, P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. I Tin Sheet Iron Works, LOOK HERE cis-cr- Daily Trains Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Sale and Benting. Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, Saturday, Oct. 19th, 250 of . B. IS. WEAKEST. JJSWUCfWA.EATlCiiWSoRlfgT Only Dining Car Route From TO CXXXCAG. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address E. H. BACOY, CRANK J. REID, D. P. Agent, U. f . Agent, Chicago. Louisville. " V D enver. He 'MONON' Route, to call for SURE 1st. Paul. SSy. Midland 2t'y, 'Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, OarllBlo, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Timo. Time TabU June a, 1895. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. p. 111. p. m. a. m. Only Dnect Like Between Uk for tickets t 00 7 00 4C0 Lve Frankfort A 1 30 " Elkborn 4 711 148 Stamping oround 7 28 4 3 " 4 47 15 Georgetown..!... 7 47 Art. C.S. Deoot.. 30a 'Si 4 59 C. 4 00 130 S3S Paris TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. :o. No. C .ve Paris C. 8. Depot ' Georgetown Stella Sutton, of Aberdeen, O , ran a needle in her thigh about five years ago. This week the needle worked itself out below the knee. She has never felt any pain from it. It is said that Texas has 15 counties without a postofiice. There are compensations for all things. These 15 counpartisan ties escape the newspaper organs. Judge Settle, at Bowling Greeu, rendered a decision that fire insurance companies must pay policies in full, inof tho value stead oi only of the property destroyed. An Oregon woman, crazed by jealously, donned masculine attire and a false beard, entered the bouse of a wo man who had alienated her husband's affections' and shot her to death. During the past three years the national debt has increased in the sum of $100,407,300. Most of that additiocal obligation was incurred while. the Mo Kinley tariff was tho law of the land. When you go to Atlanta, you had perhaps potter not go to church, at least to a Catholic church. While Miss HoLTey was attending services on last Sunday her purse was riflled and $10 tathick-and-thin ernor. ANCHOR STOVES, Anchor Steel Ranees, -- G. B. COOPER, Uvcry and FeedJStable, 60-t- d PUBLIC SALE. Good bought of P W. (ircen his Llverv business and adde.l new buggies aad horses, we aic prepared to furnish FIRST-CLASS -- The- BEST IN THE COUIMTRV, You are invifed to call and sec them. Fann Near Stanford. Live Stock, Bank Stock, Crop, Farming Blue-Gras- TURNOUTS s Implements, &c. The heirs or John M. and Ilcttie Held, deccascd, will, on - FARRIS & HARDIN ages of ail kinds at scry LOW PRICKS. The boy s in and around town will also And 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. b'7 On short notice. The travrling public will fijd us always ready and willing to turaish Drummers' Wagons, either single or double, or Carri- Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. O.H. COOPER Thursday, Oct. 31st, 1895, At the mansion house nn the premises, about miles Irom otanford, offer at public auction, Farm of the i Public Sale of a Fins Blue-Cras- s Farm. three-fourt- hs 8. a. ta. 9 4J in child birth, w Stamp's Gro'd 10 (S 7 28 11 16 Klkborn 755 uaiug only christian science in treat 7JJ 15 ment and refused to 1 35 fare Frankfort A... it 3 let a regular physician see the woman. SUNDAY TRAINS. Notwithstanding September's surLeave Georgetown 10 36 a. mj arrive Frankfort rr to a.m. 00 p, m. arrive Georgetown plus, the monthly statement shows that Leave I rnnkiort 4 so p. ra the public debt increased $1,S34,GS7. rha Kentucky Midland Railway and connec cheapest tlons form the shortest andand West. route ts all Tho net increase during the past three ....)i Vatt. Mnnh years ia $100,407,390. The deficit for tho their For further information apply to Pass. agents. Agent. CD. BEKCAw, Gen. first three months of the present fiscal U.UARPEUiUec'r&Gen.Sup, U to 17 1040 p. m. 6 00 642 625 703 a. in. 4 40 p. m. A christian science healer is under bonds of $5,000 at Memphis for murder. ken. 555 640 She attended a woman ... GEO. Frankfurt Ky. year is 19,834,058. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. jim Situated in Lincoln county Ky , about S miles South cast lI Danville and samt distance from Stanford and lY. miles from Shelby Lily, contain ing about 331 acres, in a high state of cultivation. On which John M. Held lived at his death. This This Is the well known Levi Hubble I arm and farm is well improved and is very desirably locat one of the best watered Farms in Kentucky, havcd and the land is of the best quality Tho iming eight never failing springs ami Knob Lick dwelling t'roek running througn the entire place. The provements consist of large to-storas good aa new and all necessary oattmildings. contains 10 rooms, all necessary g srnngs ings and numerous large and small barns outbuildThe farm is watered by five Fencing orchard oi aud has a fruits and all in good repair. ot desirable variety. The neighborhood is one ol hale will take place nt Danville, Ky., at o'clk. the best Hi tho county, with no objectionable sur soundings. The convenience to tne churches and schools in Stanford make the location very superior. Stanford has several churches, a lark' fe- County court day Terms liberal and to suit tho male college, a good male academy and llour shing purchaser For further public school a good merchant flouring mill and M J Hubble. Danville. particulars apply ta Mrs. Ky .or it supplied with water works, electric light and ice 58 GEO. S. SHELHY. hholby City. Ky. factory. T his farm will first bo oflWed in threo lots. One of 35 acres off of the Northiast corner, out- of ai j M. S. 11AL..IIIUN. J. W. Hai'giimanI acres, including improvements, and one of about 50 acres bouth of residence and on the opposite side of the read from the rosidenco Then the tract will bo oflcred us a whole nnd the highest and best bill accepted. rROrH1BTOH5 Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. W, V. MeKinocy has possession and will tako pleasure in showing any one over tho farm For further Information address Keid heirs, Manford, Ky. At the same time and place I will, as executor ol the will ol John M. Keid. dee'd, sell ut public - auction to the highest bidder the personalty of the stste of the decedent consisting of 7 cattle, 3 yearling cattle, 3 milk cows and calves, If you need livery giro us a call. Nothing but sheep, 1 yearling mules, 1 yearling filly, 1 year-in- g turnouts will leave our stable. See us Ally, 1 4 year-olsadhorse colt, I rates. In our work horse, 3 brood mares, lor dle horse, 1 1 colt, 1 mule, 50 fat hogs, 10 sows and HARNESS SHOP pigs, 6oshoats, 350 buihelsof oats. 351 barrets of 0 corn, 5 stHcksofhay, 8 shares of stuck in First You will find a Kood assortment of Harness, BriNational Hank of btanford, ij shares of stock in dles, baddies, Ac Havosoiir repairing dono br Marion National Hank, larmtug Implements, our man, he understands! business. Wchave a household furniture, Arc. mechanic in our Terms of Sale of Personalty: For all Bums of $10 and under, cash; over that amount a credit of BLACKSMITH .SHOP. lour months on note with good security, bearing interest from dato and pavable in bank. Will guarantoe work and latljfi-t- v 6s td J. II. FOSTER, EVor. pnecs Tiy our horsa ahocr. About 300 Acres of Land, y lire never-failin- 1 Monday, October 21, 1895 - M.S.&J.W.Baughman, JLIVERY, FEED & SAIJE STABLE, Stanford, Kentucky first-class 1 ld d first-cla- "rtni lanSlnn iWwi"hbm -i- -i,