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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895100801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxiii. OF A LOCAL Interio r Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1895. NO. 63 HUSTQ..VILLE. m NATURE. i Hays, one of SomcrBot'fl oldest citiztne, iliod last wook. nt To. o After tho 16th the discontinlerfo. TttlBBki county, will bo ued. Pullina is tho name of a now pot-olllIn Gnrrard and Daniel 0. Pullina Charles post-otllc- i. NEWSY NOTES. 300 LANCASTER, CARnARD COUNTY. co is powtmnstor. Tho Wcaleynn GoIIpro footb.ill team, of Winchester, defeated the Kentucky University olevon by tho Boro of 21 to Mann-ficturer- 'a W. II. Bishop, cashier of tho elected inn) or Uauk, hns beun of MiddleBboro to Biicceed CoiiKressiniin ' Colaon. Centre ColleRO 1ms 281 matriculates in tho Acadeuilo nud 27 in the Seminnry department. It is expected that theio will be 10 in tho law clana. Tho Democrat tulla of a Harroda- burn cat which deliberately laid ita bend on the track in front of nn engine aud had It cot off, becaimo her master boxed her ears for Dteallng ham. Charles KIekb whs convicted at Lebanon of malicious wounding, aud sentenced to tho penitentiary for three ytare. Ho led tho Rang that set upon Oillcer Drown lnnt year, and uearly beat him to death. Wm. Dean, a Hon of a prominent Mercer county farmer, wbh perhaps fatally shot by Mrs. George Smith In tho City Hotel nt Hnrrodsburg. Fho claims that Dean had atlppwl in her room and struck her. Mra. Smith woa held In ;200 bond to await an investigation. A dlnpatch from Danville Miys Hon. John W. Yerkes baa poaitivoly declined to be the republican candidate for the lA'glalature. The republican county committee will meot one day thte week to select n dale for n convention. Among thOBe mentiontnl as probable candidates for tho nomination lor tho LKiHlature ore Jamea 11. hwope, U. N. Jan and 2s. K. Tunis. MATniMONIArMATTTRS. Mica Lulu Pant attempted- euloido - becauM hor lover at Flemlngsburg married nunther. Martin UenH, 21. Bnd Mir Mary Jauo Humphrey, 30, mine down from Kockcmtlo and were married at ll.u e by Squire J. S. IMmiator. engagement of Mr. Austin Kent The and Miss LUIiaLindenberger Isannounc-ed- . Mies Lludonbergar is tho daughtir of George Lindeuberger and Is one of tho most attraotlvo and beet known voung womon in Iuiaville. Mr. Kent la a Btepson of tho late Henry J. Tilford. Ho is popular among tho younger eoclety peoplo and is n handsome, manly follow. Louisville Critic. Mlsa L. la a ;cousin of Mrs. K. 0. Walton. A Minnesota girl wrote her name, Estell May Duncan, on an egg In a shipment to bo made Km. It finally reach-- . cd Woonsocket, K. I. There the egi: fell into tho hands of John F. O'Connoll. To make a long story short, he wrote h lotter. Sho answered. They exchanged photographs. Then they made a trade in love, and they were married IhbI week. Tho wedding cako ;waa peculiar. Instead of tho usual Iced figure, hoIo decoration was nn immense ;hen's egg, bronzed. rourt-hotiFtl-o brldo 0110 day last week, but fortunately escaped with n dislocated thumb aud a faw bruises. Sanford Rutherford comes to tho front with a 01 pound watermelon, which ho BHiit to Liberty Inet wook. Pricn $1 50. The pawpaw crop while limited in quantity this year is dolieiouB in quality lhe writer is indebted to Jaa. Allen nud Marshal Devera for eomeflne Bpeoimens. Kmtuett McCormick Bhippetl Tnca-daa car load of cattle, sheep aud hogs to tho Cincinnati market. For tho cattle he jiald 2c to 21c; sheep, $1 per hundred; hog, :c. 'Tho frost la on the pumpkin and tho fodder' In the Bhock," sweet potatoes 50c per buihel and plenty of fat shoats and on soon as Alex Cooper gets a 'poa sum, we'll all bo Imppy and ready for cold weather. That pcmo men love darkness rather than light isoxomplilled by tho fact that the unfortunate Htreet lamp at corner College Avenue aud Danville street was ogain knoekod out in one round by ita old enemies Saturday night. The Masons here, usually a otaid and sober body, have concluded to do their part toward pointing tho town red and to that end htivo given Henry Camnitr. tho contract for putting that color in three costs upon their brick hall. Tho city fathers have had our eiti-zbuild their chimueya higher above t'jo roofs and replace ull flue with brick chimneys, thereby hoping to decrease tho danger of tire this winter. At present there ia not enough available water extinguish a burning hen's nest. Since tho political earthquako in this county almost auy evidence of tho of the solar system should he received with equanimity, but wo were a little surprised to bo able to applu pluck a bunch of blossoms from n tree in our yard this week. Wo do not care to put on metropolitan aJrs, bnt when a !ot child goea crying about the street, having lost tho lo- oitiou of h! uncle Ulllie's store amid the perplexing Inttlcncl'H of tho business portion of our towa, it makes ua feel like wh aro not tho least among tho cities of y Will Moran fell oil a ns During tho riots at Constantinople peoplo wero killed. Chicigo Oubtn sympathizers will have a big mooting, 0:t. III. Six inches of snow fell in Colorado Friday and 10 in Wyoming. Win. Greenwold died in New York from hydrophobia caused by a cat bite. A certain preventive and euro for yellow favar by inuoculatlon is aauounc ed. --Three cottoc mills at Warren, It. I., bnrncd, causing a lc3 of n million dollars. Famuol Compton, business manager of the Madisonvillo, Hustler, died of typhoid Two Momeu fell from n crowded car on tho Kansas City olovatcd railroad and were killed. Seven old soldiers died at tho Notional Military home, near Columbus, O , within IS hours. Firo nt Warren, It. I , destroyed three cotton mills nnd other property to tho value of 51.000,000. The New York women opposed to woman BUlIYagt have laauod an address to the voters of that State. A Oernfan mill ownpr has invented a military riilo which fires 120 shots a minute without reloading. Albert Witteinaky, n Now York shoemaker, aged 00, shot hiB wife fatally and then blew hia own brains out. James Harnett, of Loxincton, ended a spree sensibly by blowing ont his brains He was originally from Mercer. Tho South Carolina constitutional convention wanta tho Federal government to recognize tho Cubans no bel'ger-nut- for. v.-r- y. Crawford, of Danville, nt tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Itev. F. M. Hill exchanged pulpita Sunday with Rev. W. K. Grinstoad, the now pastor in your city. John Walker, of Lower Garrard, bought of Nath Cotton, cf Teateraville, a farm ol ISO acres for 50.C09. A freo ntertainment of hypnotism nnd m8nierism drew a largo crowd at tho City Prk Saturday night. Died, in this county nt West Point, General Hendron in the 50th year of his age, nfter a lingering illneso of a year or more. Tho lato frosts, together with the long nnd continuous drouth, has done much to injure the tobacco crop in this county and it ia reported that it has been reduced fully 25 per cent. Marriaga liconfio waa granted to Tom Ramsey last Thursday to wed Miss Jane Green. Rev. O. M. Reid, a visiting preacher from Colorado, tied tho knot for tho contracting parlies. A numbor of schools which havo been closed in the county for several weeks, owing to the prevalence of diphtheria and the extreme scarcity of water water wero resumed Monday. Sovoral fields ignited near McCreary oun day the latter part of last week. The rapid blaze nnd the extreme scarcity of water created great consternation among tho inhabitants in the neighborhood. The ftienda of Gn. W. J. Landram regret to learn that ho baa grown much worse in tho pa3t few dayfl and is now thought to bo sinking very rapidly. Should Gen. Landram die, Lancaster Rev. O. K. proQchcd JAMES FEYE'S PR E LIST, Wc publish this list for the of our readers. ben-fi- t Men's fine shoes, congress and lace, Si. 25, up. ones, Si. Crocerias. Arbuckle's Coffee, 22c. Granulated Sugar, 5c. Brown Sugar, Smoked JJacon, 7xc. Jlack Pepper, 10c. Arm and Hammer Soda, Fire Proof Oil, 175 test, 15 c. Eggs, 10c; Butter, 15c. Ladies' kid button shoes, good Ladies' kid button shoes, extra 4c fine, Si. 25 to Si. 50. :&&ts. Men's fine stiff hat, late style, 7c Si. Men's fine soft hat, Alpine, $1. Men's crusher hat, 50c. "Dxy Goods. All Calicoes, 5c. Best Apron Ginghams, 5c. Dress Ginghams, 5c to SjO Hoosier Cottons, 5c Full yard wide Bleach Cotton, Masonville and Lonsdale Bleach Cotton, 7liC. Men's heavy cotton socks, 5 c per pair. Ladies' fast black hose, 5c pair. Heavy work shirts, 25c. F.legant white counterpane 75c. Oloth.ing'. Sc Men's heavy boots, $1.50 to $2.50. Men's heavy shoes, $ 1.25 to $1.50. Soots and Siioes. Children's suits, 5 to 14 years, 75c to $3. Boys' suits, coat, pants and vest, $2 up. Men's suits, $5, S4.50 up. Boys' cape overcoats, S2, S3. 50. Youth's overcoats, S2.50 up. Men's overcoats, S2.50 up. This is only a partial list but it gives an idea of what most staple articles cost, and if your home merchant will not sell them to you at these prices go to James Frye, at Hustonville, Ky., who will be glad to do so. Also, he will make you a suit of clothes to order from any sample in the Royal Tailors' Book, of Chicago, for Si profit. Of course these prices are for cash. King and John Dlain mounted their horses and rode away Moudiv to aeo tho dear people iu tho East ICnd and it goes without saying that thoro has been a great ahaki'jg of hsuds ore this. No guitar tinkled in tho gloaming on Danville Etreet for several evenings last week and the reason was JeB Austin was sick. O en Williams tilled Jess' place in tho mill while ho took a needed rest. Misses Rhodaand AlUoHarlanand LulioOwoleyi The Kastern paper manufacturers of Hubble neighborhood, were visitors have combined with n capital f 35.000,- - of Mite YowhII and Mug Mary Adams 000. H. D. Caeanll has been appointed iBst week. It. F. Uamsoy, tho popular postmaster at Hurgin, vice Liles Haw traveling mtu representing the I). M. Ferry Seed Comp my, has been Hick at kins removed. H. Whallen, the Louisville tho Ilotal Weathorford for a week. Ho John bum boss, announces that ho will i ot ia native of Greenville, Tenn., aud felt euougti batter Monday to reaamo hia vote for Hardin. on the road. ropul licans hno Tho Massachusetts Frederick T. Green-halg- e nominated Gov. Tho Masond of Mississippi haro for a third term. made a rule that "no Mnson, either as Threomen were asphyxiated by gaB principal, agent, employee, or iu any in a well cauaod by an oxploaion of dy- other capacity shall Bell intoxicating linamite near Pemberville, O. quors to be used aa a beverage, and tho It is said that tho Aahcr Lumber penalty thereof shall be expulsion." It Company will ask a detail of militia to will soon bo so a whisky man cau find protect their property in K intern Ken- no placo anywhere except in tho the tucky. guttor. A Chicago woman give birth Saturand tho autonomy of girls, ull of day to two boyB ami two tho democratic party both prevent mo whom aro BtiU aiivo and a'kicking. from supporting Geu. Hardin," sayB Andrew J. Scott waa executed at Judge Quincy Ward, and Charleston, V. Va., on tho spot whoro tho autonomy of hia disappointed John Drown gavo up his life. Scott'a have made of (juincy Ward an crime was ass. Covington Commonwealth. says editorially Tho South Caroliua constitutional The Darlington, Wu., Journal u maol n popular patent medUine. Colic, kno Iromand convention, by an Cholera Chambertaln, Kairhooa Remedy If all that Is claimeil for It. at jority, has adopted n clause forbidding stoppe.l excruciating paint oil two occahiom It intormarriagj of n white man or woand positively saved us Irom an untimely crave. tho WcwouJnotre.teatyovcrn.Kht without It in man with any porson who contains any remedy undoubtedly saves the home." This otner me, Ic ne nogro blood whatever iu his or her voina more pain and suffering thin P " th world. Kvory family making it a felony to do so. or later. house, lor it it ure to be needed Montr Stanfo.d, and A Mocker, Druggists, I. Cral Rlanton Uaydou, of Nebraska, and I)rutKMti,Ky. 4 . r Miss Rohecca Mills, of Todd county, wero meat pound-e- d married at tho brido's homo last weok. Greou tou leave3 nn.l into a poultice Tho groom ia S3 and tho bride 75. to a pulp and made will cure bono felon or aimoai nuy euro Having utterly failed, aftermost strenon man or beast. uous nud costly endeavor, to Becuro cirIf Troubled with Rheumatism Read This. culation among democrats, the u B. ra loes. will Mifltain Mr. and Mra. Uriah Simpsou, of this Lawrence county sent two women to tho penitentiary at ita l6t term of court, county, have rented the Mason Hotel one for perjury and the othrr for houre horo and will tako possession Jan. 1. Mr. sweet-scente- d broRfelng. and Mra. Simpson will koep n first clats ' Mre. William Norton was bvlly in boarding house and will be prepared to jured and hor daughter probably fatally accommodate transient custom db well us injured hy a gasoline stove explosion iu regular boarders. Louisville. Eider T. It. Fraze, of California, a mator Squire hns como off victori- man with a fine reputation aa a Bpenker ' ous iu tho suit involving tho title to will lecture upon 'The Garden of E len" moro than $1,000,000 worth of property on WedneaJay evening at tho Christian church. As there will be no admission at Seattle. After belnu rtiwed clear in two in charged, it ia hoped and believed a large Judah. the middle by falling on a circular saw, crod will bo present. Prof. M. G. Thomson received word I'M ward Wright, ol Carter Saufiey Hughes is reported quite county, lived huie last week tint his brother, Scott, 'JO minutes. sick of typhoid fever. Dr. J. R. Roth-wel- l, who is now living in Clark county, had who bad a surgical operation perTwo hunters near Montpelier, IncL, recioved serious injuriea through n fall. happened to build n firo where somebo- formed about a week ngo, is in a fair way It appears that Scott stumbled and fell, dy had burled nitro glycerine. Doth to recover. Mrs Clay Arnold ia sick. striking upon his hip with such force as wero blown to piecea. Mr. George Danny's condition ia worse to fracture thn tnigh bono and to bruiuo Tho Liberty Dell laid over at Rich- and his friends are apprehensive nbout hluiBolf considerably. Mr. Thomson fears mond, Va-- , a whole day on its journey him. We aro glad to report that the Bapthat in the state of Scott's health at pres- to Atlanta und waa tho objoct of much tists cleared 50 at the church eocial they ent his injuries might prove fatal. curiosity and nttontion. gave Friday evening nt tho residence of Mrs. John Bogle, of Danville, waa A newly patented match machine hero last weok visiting tho family of Mra. cuta 10,000,000 a day and arranges them Dr. Herring. The inviting yard was Chloe Doglo. Will King left last Mon- over a vat where tho heads are put on at brilliantly illuminated and the large of people that gathered report a day for Louisville where ho has accepted A surprising rato of speed. pleasant evening nnd appetizing refresha position in a large wholesale house. B. There nro HI brandy distilleries in j con-cour- HEW ylDRE AT HuSTDH v ILLB -- THE- EMPORIUM. New Goods at Roek Bottom Prices Everything In General -:- - Merchandise, Clothing, Millinery, Cloaks, &c. "Self-respe- ct Self-conce- it nm-biti- on wife-murde- ovor-wholmi- hl' ft Knott-Athurto- 'f have used Paiu Halm for rheumatism and I found it believe for it. l. Vail that is claimed rheumatism and ft to bo the bout preparation for the market and muscular paint on public. J no. U cheeVfulIr recommend it to tho 18 Mam Ilrookj, dealer m boots, shoes, etc., No. Tost ia now playing ovory card in its hand or up its bleeva for tho republican jack-poPoker players inform ua that it takes four aces and an to beat "nn Atherton," and S1, ALSO READ THIS. tho ConzrecBionnl Record bears witness mvpii AVICSVIM.K, St. Mary county. Md. a Halm of Chambe'rlaln;. t? a that a Fernando Wood and a Dob I rheumatism man who had been tulTetinK a well man. A.J. Schenck combined atand no show against made hm .! cent, per bottle by Crslj JScOU .' "oJ'ial. "a Winchester," Louisville Times, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. . t. lo ANNAl'OLlSMd, 180- 4-I Cham-facilain- & HocVcr, operation in 10 counties in Middle and there will be tho largest output of apple brandy since 1SSS. The Fayette county grand jury has iudictod Mayor Duncan and Chief of Police McKiroy, of Loxiugton, for allowing saloons to remain opon on Sunday. Fayetto county will voIh at next election on the question of whether bonds not exceeding $200,000, Bhall bo issued to buy up the remainder of tho turnpikes. A mob took a uegro convict from tho prison guards at Colo City, Ga nnd Ho had assaulted shot him to death. and fatally injured a young white woman. daughter of Col. The William A. Andersou, of Carpenter, Tenn , whs assaulted and fatally injured by a negro convict nt n camp at Colo City, Ga. A German firm has just brought out a glove for gentlumon, tho specialty of which ia that a small mirror, nbout tho Bueof a half crown, ia inserted in the palm of tho baud. boy at East LiverA pool, O., was tied to a stake and a firo started around him by some companions who wero playing Iudian. Ttio child was fatally burned, Harry Wright, chief of umpires of tho National League and American Association of base ball clubs nud manager of tho Philadelphia base ball club, died at Atlantic City, N. J., aged GO. Prof. Hjalmar Iljorth Doyesen, of Columbia College, Now York, the celebrated Norwegian author, is dead. Ho wrote dozens of books, principally on subjects connected with Norway. A priest who is iu jail nt St. Joseph, Mo., charged with abducting a girl, says ho iB ready to marry her nnd give hor nil hia property upon the withdrawal of the charges against him. Tho joy of receiving his quarterly pension of "rS per month wns moro than Horace Dutlor, of Pittsburg, Pa., could stand. He set up n glad shout on the day ho was to receivo his money and foil dead. The failures for tho third quarter of the year wero 2,792, with liabilities of 132,107.179, averagiug SI 1,521 per firm, against S10.02S last year, nbout 15 per cent. more. Tho rato of commercial mortality, 2.31 failures in a quarter for every 1,000 flrina iu business, is lower than last year. Ten-tu-Fsee, six-year-- old ments. W. A. and J. T. Price sold to Foster & McAlieter, of Lincoln, 21 cattle averaging 1,290 pounds for Sl.OSO.SO. McCul- ! ley sold to Hisle, of Jessamine, a lot of 925 pound cattle at 3c. Steve Walker bought 10 calves at f 10 to 12. J. D. Saunders bought a car load of sheep In order to settle the estate of A. R. Penny, deceased, the entire from different parties at lie; also a car stock of Drugs, Books, Stationery and Jewelry is offered for sale pri. load of butcher cnttlo at 2 to 3c. The millinery opening of Hemphill vately. This store has been run continuously and successfully for & Co., Saturday afternoon, certainly disabout 30 years and is now doing a good business. This is a rare opplayed much artistic taste. Much credit portunity to purchase a well established business. Also the in the arrangement aud in tho exquisite on the West side of Lancaster St. For particulars apply to harmony of colors that wero blended is residence duo to Mrs. Hemphill's new trimmer, Miss Connor, of Indiana. Lancaster thinks she hns just right to feel quite proud of her three- milliners, Hemphill Stanford, Ky. & Co., Mrs. George Hardin and Miss Tillet. W. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hocker. Simon Higgina, who was killed in Lincoln county Saturday, by a negro, waa for a number of years a resident of Lancaster. Ho was a nephew of Mr. J. S. Higgins, of Louisville, whose remains were interred in our cemetery last week. Young Mr. Higgius has many relatives who regret very much to in Garrard, hoar of hia untimely death. Tho burinl We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet occurred at Paint Lick Monday. Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, DrugMrs. Tom Horino, of Jessamine, is the guest of Lancaster relatives. Mr. gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most and Mra. James Bailoy, of Versailles, liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your previsited their daughter, Mrs. Will Whor-rit- t, scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line last week. Mr. aud Mrs. Robert E. accuracy guaranteed. Craig & Hocker. Hughes, of Lawreucoburg, are visitors nt of Spectacles. BSOscar E. Roch, Parmacist. Mr. J. W. Miller's. Mr. Ryau, of Chat S THE HERD OK tanooga, was entertained nt Mr. Will Anderson's. Miss Lettie Drown, of Lexington, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Deazley. Mrs. J. S. Rothwell R. H. Pror, nnd children have returned to St. Louis. Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. W. A. Arnold, of Jessamine, was the guest last week of his brother, W. A. Pigs for sale from tho best types ol Rejistere Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Drowning, Breeders secured tram tnp beat herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited Stocfr. of Lexington, aro guesta of Mrs. Drowning parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ander-EoMr. James Durnside was in Richmond last week on business. Mies Ilea-eiWobb, cf Lexington, ia visiting friends. Ilolton Frank, of ia with hia youug friend, MasWalker. Miss Sue Laytou, of ter Joel t. Cincinnati, is tho guest of Mrs. Jack Miss Lula Anderson is being enterIs Receiving His tained by Miss Hnllio Ryan, of Chattanooga. : : : SMITH YOWELL, SLESMAJf. FOR SALE two-stor- y G. L. PENNY, Exor. & - Sal-li- e CRAIG IDIRCra GKESTS, - HOCKER, STAISTFOHD, KEJSrTUCKTTa BLUE-GUAS- Duroc Jersey Red Swino Bronaugh, 2 n. o Lnn-cast- or Flem-Ingsbur- g, m Secretary Herbert la making sound money speeches in Alabama. ., Hi-at- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me w irsi.i ' sti i ' -' .rf &MI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOUKKflL seen 3rANFORD. Kr OcrronnR 8, 1895 VV. P. WALTON. & Any effort to defend Ilardin's indefenAcknowledged to be the cheapest house in Stanford for goods in its sible course with reference to tho platline. You cannot afford to purchase your fall bill in our line without form is sheer idiocy, but it is even first seeing what we are offering. more idiotic for a democrat to refuse r. Wc arc displaying the Largest Stock. to support the ticket. BecatiBO Hardin c arc naming the Lowest Prices. 2. does wrong is no reason for sound monWe are offering Special Bargains in Brown and Bleached Cot3. ey men to do likewise. Two wrongs do tons, Flannels and other domestics. not make a right. Better a democrat a We buy our Ladies' and Misses thousand times over than a republican. Hardin is wrong only in a single particAt Columbia, Gon. Hardin is said to $25 to $30. Corn iu the field $1.25 a bar-ro- l ular; Bradley is right in but one. Tho colored men ho is sure will vote tho have the currency question and tobacco in tho barn $21 an aero. same democratic party to which each democratic ticket and the purchasable in the interest of harmony. If ho had Democrnt. democrat should give cheerful allegiance, element of that race will be held in lino deKed Wilkes and Onward ore stiil in Direct from the Manufacturers The above facts must necessarily named a ticket for ub to support, when only by a liberal distribution of tho cor- done ttiifl at first and accepted tho At convince every wide Wes- cision of tho majority aa tho rule of ac- the lead for stallion honors iu 1S95. buyer why he should visit our store and it laid down its principles for our rulo of ruption fund. In Southern and action, and the duty to vote for the one tern Kentucky, Mr. Long thinkB that tion for the whole, there would novi r present the premier of South Elkhorn is get the latest and save time and money. Read the is as imperative as that to accept the the democratic ticket will receive the have been any question of his election slightly in tho lead, bavins 10 new 2:30 other. The ticket is an exceptionally largest vote the party has ever polled, Bnd the democracy of the State would performers to his credit, whilo the lato Thero good one. It is composed of honest men while every mountain democrat will do not now be in the middle of a very bad pride of Highland Farm has 14. is yet moro than a month of racing, and and true, men who deserve well, not his duty. The populist vote will fall off flr. Below for this week. Ladies' Outfit it is hard to tell how tho great horses only of their party, but of the State. It 50 per cent and the prohibitionists will will stand at tho close of 1S95. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ia folly to jeopardize its election over a as uBual cut no figure in the election. UnEight yards double width dress goods with all linings $2 oo A largo crowd attended Mr. Samuel A nice contention, the solution of which the der no stato of case does Mr. Long think pairdongola patent tip shoes t oo A. F. Moborly sold to E. J Sudduth Reid'asalo in the West End Saturday, Suit of man who raised it will have nothing to our ticket will be defeated. He is abso- 25 extra fino shoats at 4jc. Underwear 40 but low prices prevailed almost throughdo. If ho could be taken out behind the lutely sure of its election and by fully r John Cook has gelded his stallion out. Brood mares brought $20 to JG0; Sailor Hat 20 mishouse and his jacket dusted without at 20,000 majority. The party mado no Vantoon, by Vendergrift. uged work horses $23 to $45; pair mules the same timo punishing tho other boys, take in plaoing Mr. Long at the head of W. A. Cofley Bold to John L. Beck The entire outfit for $3 60 $11G; weanling mules S to f 15: yearling who do not deserve a threshing, there the management of its affairs. He is one 11 cattle averaging 1,120 pounds at Jc. d nov's outfit: aud 2 year-olmules $13 to $50; jack might be excuse for wanting to chastise of the best politicians in the State, is Star Pointer won a race at Terre him, but you can't hurt him without bright, brainy and quick, and with his Haute last week in 2:04; 2:0-- J and 2:00 J. stock $50 to $1S0; milk cows $20 to $35, Knee Pants Suit $ 75 hurting tho whole ticket and you can heart fully in the work, ho is leaving no t 25 bought in tho East calves $8 to $10; 00 pound shoats $3.10; Overcoat John Anderson not give aid and countenance to republi- honorable effort undone for the com- End a small bunch of cattle at 2 to 3jc. 110 to 125 pound hogs $5.35 per head. Pair of Shoes 7c Tho feed and wheat was not offered. Hat canism without injuring tho democratic plete success of the ticket. Bold to J. H. McAlis-te- r 25 W. H. Johnson Farming implements Bold very low. party. We have been fighting the one 20 cattle averaging 1,170 pounds at Thk Frankfort grand jury after a for years and claiming that it is incomCarroll Reid has sold to Col. Fleisch-maEntire Outfit. $3 00 petent to manage our State affairs. Don't week's attempt failed to find anybody 4c. for tho reported price of $10,000, .mens outfit; O. M. Spoonamore Bold to J. B. Fosthoroughbred colt his fast let us now go back on our charges and who had seen that check said to have ter 13 feeders averaging 1,000 pounds at Suit of Clothes Co. to a g.j 00 on the party which has always stood for been given by the Mason-Foar- d Sherlock, by Eborlee. Tho daily papers official as his part of the "divvy." 4 cents. of tho colt wan owned Laundered White Shirt clean and economically administered State state that So J. O. Johnson, of Boyle, bought in by iMl Hopper. , government and by either rofusing to It turns out that the story published by c0 Hie price given is very Suit of Underwear the West End a bunch of fat cattlo at near correct, for vote or by deserting our colors entiroly, the Louisville Truth and other papers is $S,000 was refused for ucroy iiar, oiacK or brown 25 3 cents. 1 make the election of the republican tick alleged to have originated in the rovenge-fu- l the colt last weok. Sherlock has started Pair ofShoes 2? A few yearlings and a few good suckof the brain of a discharged employe et possible, with all its chnaces and its seven times this season and has never ling mules wanted. J. W. Baughman, Entire Outfit proneness for evil and injury to the ma- of the company, who has since been been unplaced. Fivo of his races ho $6 j0 found to be a defaulter, and who is now Stanford. terial welfare of the State. Don't, we won, beating the best of hia ago in the The Oakley races closed Saturday we again implore, sell your democratic hiding ont perhaps to keep out of the meeting began at Latonia West, and in each of his other two birthright for the little mess of pottage penitentiary, as his whereabouts could and a starts ho finished third . yesterday. spread by republicans, who have neither not be ascertained. He said while in the K1TM Estbay. Red bull, will weigh about the desire nor the intention to admit employ of the Mason & Foard Co. that ho GOO 2S. pounds. Camo to my place Sept. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, you to tho feast that they only offer to saw Mr. Blackley write a check made payable to L. O. Norman for i9,6S4 29, James Messer. catch suckers. The democracy has fully T: D. RANEY, Manager. The damage to the tobacco crop in 50,000 majority in Kentucky on a full and that Mr. Blackley wrote upon the Branch Stores. this State by the frost is estimated at and free expression and it ought to as- stub of this check in red ink, "L, O. hogsheads. Paris. Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, sert itself. If it will our amiable friend, Norman, pro rata dividend for the year Walton Wheat. I havo a lot of Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Col. Bradley, whose only hope for elec- ending May 1, 1891," which check was endorsed by Norman with the words, this very fine variety for eale for Beed. tion is in democratic votes and democratic stay at homes, will reckon with- "Pay to the State National Bank." The G.O. Givens, Stanford. Fob Sale. 23 long yearling steers, out his host and be buried under such papers which gave currency to the pataverage 850 pounds; strictly good. R. U. an avalanche of ballots that he will cease ent lie deserve the odium that attaches demo- Bronaugb, Crab Orchard, Ky. from troubling and sink to rise no more. to such an act and the Richard Croker is said to have offer cratic sheet ought not longer to be class Full course in Literary Department. ed S30.000 for Rey del Carreres, hut When the democratic managers send ed as such, but be denuded of the Lucky Baldwin wants $40,000. out campaign matter they do bo openly clothing it has donned for a purpose. Five Months with Board, &c, for $S$, $90, $95, according to grade. Seed Fultz wheat of an extra variety and above board and do not act like they J. M. HUBBARD, President, are slipping up to tap a till. Not so the TriE registration Bhows that Louisville for sale by Mosea Coffey, Turnersville. republican schemers. They like dark is about 4,000 democratic yet well posted Ky. See sample at this office. .tf'iLJur Howard Female College, 3Y Gallatin, Tennessee. ' ness better than light because their deeds men there say that Bradley will carry Grannan, owned by Ireland Broa.t W(i nature to aneak and the citv and county by 10,000 majority won the three mile race at Oakley in 5:31. are evil. It is their GEN. W J LANDRAM. they love to follow the bent. W. God- We can not think it is that bad, but with Newcome waa second and Orinda third- Nkws of the possibly fatal illness of frey Hunter, the head of the republican the German element against Hardin on The Record reportB that W. S. Fermachine, is demonstrating daily that he account of his free silver views, tho A. guson, of Garrard, sold to Ward Bros. A Gen. Land ram comes from LancasW is the right man in the right place. When P. A's fighting him and democrats refus Rucker G50 bushela of old wheat at 57 but his many friends hero and elsewhere The Place to Buy hope that his useful life may be spared ha sends out orders to his willing hench- ing to support him, there is little doubt cents. for many a year vet men he does so undercover of tho "Nov- tliat tne republican candidate will carry Louisville will give another trotting elty Advertising Works," feeling of the city. A well posted republican told meeting beginning Oct. 21 and contin-uein- g Tho Southern Methodist Publishing course, that his dirty deeds deserve the us the other day that he thought the resix dayB. The purseB will all bo We sell at the Cheapest Price. House will devote $20,000 of the profits darkness he attempts to hide them in. sult would be close. The party managers for 11,000. to tho fund for uuperannuated ininiaterHThe party that would bo guilty of acts are figuring on 10,000 in Louisville and At Oakley, Friday, 39 yearhng3 of I The province of I'inur del Rio, in managers feel themselves can 12,000 majority in the 11th district and the Megibben-Edgowatthat the stud sold at an not hear the light of publicity, ought not claim that Hardin can not overcome the avprago of $220. Carroll Reid gave SG50 Cuba, has been swept by a hurricane, By an Experienced Pharmacist. which caused 20 IeatliH and great propto receive the sanction of the people and 22,000 in the rest of the State. He must for ono and $150 another. a eober second thought will convince and will, however, if every democrat will M. Goldsmith, of Now York City, erty loss. A reunion o( Federal and Confederany democrat, who is disposed to falter, do bia duty. received 327 fat cattlo for export at Bowate veterans who fought in the Imttlo of that now is the time to come to the help ling Green last week at 4c per pound, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Perryvillo will bo held on tho battleGov. Buown went to Louisville and says the Park City Times. of the party which has always representfield today. ed the intelligence of the country and succeeded in convincing the mayor that O. M. Spoonamore bought of hia sisWE IIANDLK A COMPLETE LINE OK Dr. Joel Parker is under arrest Bt in this State and others been the chief the proposed prize fight waa in violation ter, Miss Rebecca Spoonamore, tho home reliance for taxes with which to support of law and it did not occur last night. plnco on Logan's Creek containing 4S Sebree for a brutal assault upon hia wife whilo crazed by drink. Mrs. Parker ! the government. Republicans as a gen- The manager Bays now that he will bring acres with improvements for f 1,000. eral thing do not pay taxes and the par it strictly under legal requirement and The veterinary aurgeon who exam- was clubbed with a shotgun and dnged ty ip mainly composed of the ignorant give a scientific sparring con- ined Sherlock before Millionaire Flench-ma- n about tho room by her hair. Chamber Suits, Curtain I'oles, Centre Tablet, Veranda Settei, test from points at the Auditorium, Oct. and superstitious. bought him rom Carroll Reid proIt is bulieved that when tho order is Folding IleJi, Extension Drackcli, Cutting Tables, Japanrso 1'artleri, 14. Tho days of brutal exhibitions for nounced him tho soundest horse ho evHaby Curnacoi, Music Cabinets, issued by tho president placing fourth-clas- s feldetiearcs, Church Furniture, Tom Watson, who did not know the entertainment of the bum element Carpet", Mirrori, Hall Furniture, postmasters under civil eervico rules Wardrobes, er saw. Hall Trees, Oil Cloth, Coucbei, "where ho was at" in Congress, knows are over in this country and prizo fightJail Furniture, The great $25,000 futurity will he it will also include iu the classified ser- Chairs. Kugs, I'ldturrsand Kascls, Hank Furniture, now that he won't be in it next time. At ers, like lottery managers, will have to fctraw Mattings, trotted at Lexington today and tomor vice internal rovenuo deputy collectors. Hook Cao, Wall Taper, Carpet 1'aper, the regular election last November, J. C. seek some other spot for their savage Express Wtgons, Window Shades. row, the pacing kings, Robert J., John Wm. RTHear8t bought tho New Dining Tables, O. Black defeated tho populist howler in sport than the United States. Even dirR. Gentry and Joo Patchen, will contest York Morning Journal, John R. Mcthe 10th Georgia district, but he cried ty and , disreputable Mexico will not for big purse. a Lean's recent purchase, and will take fraud so loudly and long that Mr. Black have it, and when that country decides Nine shares of stock in tho Farmers charge BOtne timo next week. Mr. Hearst agreed to resign and try conclusions with againBt it, the sport must be doomed to Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford.JKy. Bank and Trust Co. will bo Bold at auc- is a son of the late Senator Hearst, and him again. The second election came an early and deserved death. tion at 11 o'clock a. si. before tho court- gave $50,o3o for the paper. off a few days ago and Mr. Black waa rehouse in Stanford, county court day, Tobe McGrady, a colored youth, aselected by an increased majority, beating The Legislature of Texas having made 14th. T. L. Lillard. saulted Mrs. Gus Berry, tho young wife Watson badly even in his home county. such quick work in passing a law to preElla B formerly owned by M. S. of a respectable farmer near Perote, Ala. There was a little or no excitement this vent the pulling off of the Baughman, of this place, won the 1J Ho was arrested and on tho way to jail a time, but the race was so hot before that mill, the managers are seeking mile roadBter race at O wensboro in 4:17. mob of citizens met and stopped tho a number of men were killed in rows another scene for their brutal sport. The W. M. Rue, of Boyle, got the premium sheriff and his prisoner. The negro raised over it. Black'a majority this time attorney general Bays that tho U. S. jumped from the buggy and ran, but was for the best double team. ia 1,641. troops will prevent the fight in Indian James Meseer is the boss corn cut- riddled by bullets before he had gone Judge Quincy Wabd, of Paris, pub Territory, President Diaz, of Mexico, ter. With a machine recently bought of far. All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing, lishes in the .Louisville i'ost nis reasons sayB it shall not occur on Mexican soil, B. K. Wearen, ho and another man cut style. for refusing to support Hardin. His and tho prospect is that the sports and 110 shocka of sorghum in a day. Tho your childien are subject to croup watch for done in If the first symptom oi the disease hoarseness. If and party authority forbid bums will be knocked out eyen if the shocks are 10 Btepa by 12 towb. Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy Is given as him, when a vote for Hardin is a principals do not got a chanco to do it J. F. Wagers shipped Monday to A. ai the child becomes hoarse It will prevent soon the for each other. coinage, which if voto for free Bridgeman, of Mattoon, 111., five car attack. Even alter the croupy cough bas appear- Special attention to horses with diseased feet. Wc have an artistic ed the attack can always be prevented by givibg successful, blasts all hope of democratloads of cattle, in It is pleasant to be assured that one iB l,150pounds. Oneall 130 head, averaging this remedy. It Is also invaluable lor itcolds and Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his? work. in 1890. Judge Ward haabeen missed in hundred head brought whoopinif cough. For sale by Craig ic success llocker, the gayeties and pleasures at- Stanford, Ky. a life long democrat and hia views are 4c, tho remaining 30, 3Jc Register. MR. R. KIELEY. EM EXPERIENCED FEWTER. lenuing me meeting ot trie r. A., as entitled to respect, but we think he we are by a number olthose who attendAt tho aale of W. D. Snow'a effects Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trhl. The best salve in the world for takes too much of a pessimistic view of ed. Tho Elkton Progress, the Hopkins-vill- e 14 yearling cattle Bold at $23.15 per head; sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores cuts, bruiies, tetter, chapcan not afford the situation. Democrats and all Kentuckian and other papers make 1 mulo four yeara old, at $72; horsea at ped hands, chilblains, corns no pay skin eruptions, It positively cures piles, or repuired. It is to turn over tho State to the republicans us feel that we are indeed somebody af- $30 to $40, breeding sows brought $12 to guaranteed to give periect satisfaction or money or ruin becauso Gen. Hardin ter reading per to rule $20 apiece, corn layed in tho field refunded. Price 35 centsKy. box. For sale by their kindly notices. A.K. Penny, Stanford, chooses to play the big" I am and little brought $1:54 per barrol. you game on the sound money men. Gen. Mahons, who has been a hard The Stock Farm says that John LANCASTER, KY., fighter both in war and peace, ia mainyearling filly by Trivil-lia- n, To the Tax-Payeof Lincoln Oo. Thby are all doing it. Another State taining his reputation even Has now on hand Weather-Boardinwith the grim 2:081, that promieea to be a great Ceiling, Flooring andjall kinds has declared for sound money and monBter. He is fighting him with all hia He drove her a quarter in 52 sec one. The tax for the year 1895 Is long past due. lly 01 urcsseu iuuiuer. wn iurnisn jjoors, bash and Blinds F. O B. silver coinage. Massachu- waning power, but he Is against free fast losing in against a Btiff wind the other day law I have to settle with the State the last of Nowe use only Alabama Pine and Mountain vember. The tax must be paid beiore I can settle. btaniord, Jty. setts joina Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, the unequal contest, and yesterday's dis onds only a few week's handling. Yellow So the with will please come forward and and Pennsylvania in New York, Ohio ropiar. we are prepared to meet competition from all points on Mr. John H.Engleman left at this pay promptly without furtherD,delay. demanding the maintenance of the pub- patches Bald ha waa holding on to life by Itespectfully, T. NKWLAND, a bare thread. j8 Sheriff Lincoln Co. . cash orders. lic credit office alx Irish potatoes that weighed 1 s side-track- The most hopeful democrat we havo It ia downright cruelty to animals for eight pounds. They aro ot tho Burbank in many a day ia Hon. Charles R. us to continue to punch the little orang- and Early Roso varieties and aro the finLong, chairman of tho Stato central outang at Mt. Vernon, just for tho fun est wo over saw. W aro lso thankful committee, and ho gives convincing rea- of eeoing him squirm and of hearing him to Mr. John B. Mershon for n liberal son for the hopo that is in htm. He was in parrot-likmanner repent, only in sample of his fino Kieffer poars. on Saturday's train as wo came from words moroBuited to his lower order of Advices received by Loulsvillo toLouisville, when he talked most enter- being, in referenco to us, what wo have bacco warehousemen and buyers indi tainingly and encouragingly on tho out- said about him. And yet wo cau not re- cate an average loss of about 20 per cent, look. He does not agree with tho prevail- frain, as tender hearted and as merciful of tho tobacco crop by the recent frosts. ing idea that Bradley will carry Louis- as wo are, from occasionally giving him Reports from so mo counties estimato ville, but on tho contrary ia convinced a tap. He ia a good little raonkoy though, tho damage at about 10 per cent. In from indisputable indications that the all the same, and doesn't mean over to othor counties tho estimates rango as democratic ticket will carry the city by a be bad. but his natural inclination to lib high an 35 per cent. fair majority. He says a few German and doceive occasionally get tho better of At tho B. H.Jones sale, in Clark, democrats will voto the republican tick- him. All he needs is iUgellation, how- the farm containing 10 acres, with imet, but the disaffection is not near as ever, which wo will coiuinuo to admin-i- provements, waa boiwht by S. D. Goff at pronounced aa the opposition would have until "zo ittle monk" behaves hiuisnlf $71.50 per ncro, equivalent to cish. Broko mules, us believe and that in the main they will like a good little monkey should. mules, $50 per head; two yenr-ol- d stick to their first love. A good many medium $33 to $10; medium yearlings, o THE Louisville Store ) CAPES AND CLOAKS. SPECIAL BARGAINS .- - n, two-yonr-o- ld one-ha- lf 35-d- ay THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAITFOBJD, 20,-00- 0 d Educate Your Daughters. y rf ,.yt'' McRoberts' Drug Store Compounded SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES - er Prescriptions Carefully IB- - "W. M'ROBERTS, 20-rnu- FURNITURE WITHEBS & HOOKER, Corbett-Fitz-Bimmo- ns St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON -- & GREER, Proprietors. first-clas- s Belf-respe- ct Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. E. l. The Noel Planing MillJCo. g, rs aMMKMMWMMIMiMMMtMatlB iwirtiiiiittwsseyWigiwrtJi:a,iiii'iilii , Mr. J. B. Rtciunns, of South Amer Buy a "Wonder." W. H. Wearen & CHURCH AFFAIRS. ica, but who hns beon working in the Co. Southern Presbyterian foreign mistrain dispatcher's ofllco at Louiavillo for For tho boat and cheapest Fall suits sion collections will bo taken throughout Boyeral months, ia tho guest of Mr. T. F. Octojjch 8, 1895 Stanfoiid, Ky,, go to JeBao D. Woaron. October. Spink. Moody is arranging to havo a Bible Bicycle for salo cheap, J. E. Neviue, CITY AND VIHINITY. given to each one of tho 750,000 crimiat Stanford Roller Mill E. C. Walton, Business Manager nals in this nation. A new lino leather bolta at Shanks'. Mr. W. M. Lackey and Rev. S. M. Full Block of boating stoves, Ac, at China novelties at Dank?, tho Joweler. Higgius A McKinnoy'a. Logan left yesterday to represent the Oun Rrent jowolry nnd silvorwnro nalo .. .. Stanford church at tho Synod at Is etlll on. Uthern arti jjuttluK tho bent Fon oysters, celery and friitts seo E. J. Now in your time to buy paints, etc. jjootlti for tho loaat inonoy. Why not Foley. at Craig A Hooker's cash houee. you? Penny's Drug ntul Juwelry Storo. " . Elder J. T. Sharrard, of Parie.will A new and large line of neck woar at preach at the Christian church next Wraitbr goods and crepous in great PERSUHAl POINTS. Shanks'. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. All the variety juat reooivoJ at Shanks'. membeiB of the church aro earnestly reMn. B. l Maktin wont to Frankfort Havk your prescriptions filled at Craig Sunday. Lost on Main street Saturday night 113 quested to be present. & Hooker's. Misb I'auunk Giumib went to Atlanta A larg.j platform from which over a in bills. Leave at this ofllco and receive Window glass and' putty at W. B. reward. yeett'idny. thousand persons wero witnessing the Mie laying of a enrner-stonNoba Moiiklani) ifl vlaltlnR McRoborts.' of Quite a number of country peopio church at Lorain, ()., auddenlya Catholic friends in Danville. collapsed Men's, ladies' and children's rubbers. camo to town yesterday thinking it was .Mns. Lizzik Fbiuiii.l has been quito Sunday. One child was instantly killed, Severance & Son. court day. sick for a wook or more. 10 persons wero fatally hurt and many Mb. Lahan WiTiisna la qnito ill of fever A noon lino of boys clothing just ro othera wero more or lesa severely injurTub farmers who havo tried to plow ed received at Shanks'. i at his homo in this county. for wheat find tho ground bo hard and Mr. J. IS. St.oo, of Hnrrodsbtirp, visDon't delay hnviug your eyes tested dry that it is almost impossible to break NEW ADVEIiTISKMENTd. ited relatives horn Saturday. it. by Danks, tho Opticinn. Mu. Obcau 1C. Roche went to Louia-vill- o Sunday to sou bin hompfollce. Water is so scarce in Lancaster that Pocket knives Bnd ruzoru guaranteed. Dn. K. J. Uuown, of Mt. Vernon, was Seo our now line. W. 11. Wearen A Co. cistern owners havo to guard them to Hotel of ij ... tbo guest of J. G. Carpenter last week. prevent people from eteallug tho con- cated. Good rooms with fixture!. Spl?ndiJIy logarden and orchard Hne optnlne Wx havo a ilno lino of solid Bllver ta- tents. for an tntcrpritlng man. Will be told at a barMns. Jupok Stiimiicm Hukcii and little gain. For particular! call on or addren, Miss Mary nro visiting relatives in Lex- bleware to show you. Danks, tho D. B. EDMISTON, Aeent, Dead. Old Aunt Lottie Bright, a reington. " Crab Orchard, Ky. today to Miss Maooik Owsley leave Am tight heaters for coal or wood, spected colored woman, died Saturday at visit her sister, Mra. W. U. Mnnler, in something now in stovo line. Higgins A her homo on Dix River of cancer of the STRAYED STOLEN. breast. Nnshvlllo, McKinney. Ono Grar Hori 9 ycara old, j6 handf high and .. David Spoonajiohk, who has boon 111 Eiderdown, Swansdown and Teasel-dow- n one Roan M am 8 yeari old. 15 hands high. Both good iddler. A liberal reward will be paid lor Percales make the best wash dresses. c! typhoid furor for a couple of months aro three new things for dressing any inlorrnation or tbeir return. Wo have thorn in great variety. SeverMILTON WARREN'. was iu town Friday. Baques, wrappers, underwear, etc. Sev61 Stanford, Ky. Mrs. T. L. Lii.laiii) was hero yester- ance & Son. .. erance & Son. No. 9I7. day, feeling vory happy over tho recovFor good, strong harnees, lap robes REPORT OP THE CONDITION Two rows, a calf and several watch ery of lior baby. and horBO blankets at your own price, dogu wre shot to death in Junction and Mum SuniK Hilky, of London, is here soo M. 8. A J. W. BAiighman. Shell.y Cities Saturday night by drunk- THE NATIONAL BANK OF HU STONVILLE under Dr. Carpenter'B treatment and is n H1 Bracelets, links, manicure nrtlcles, en rascals who have not yet been captur- In the Stato of Kentucky, at the close ofbusioesi Kueat at tho Carpenter House. Sept 38, 189;. ed. Mn. W.J. Vaokk, of )u!hvI1Io, con- belts, belt pins, opera guards nnd stertinues to make, bin visita to a certain love- ling silver novelties galore at Danks'. RESOURCES. p . . At tho election Saturday afternoon ly young lady auspiciously often. A. T. Martin, postmaster at Saufley, Henry Hester waa chosen democratic Lount and discounts co6,3$; 21 Dit. A. I). Jonks and Ilon.W. T.Jones, writes us that tho mnil box at his ofllco committeeman in Stanford precinct No. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured ,k8 84 of Lexington, ielativea of Dr. M. L. was 12,50000 broken into a fow nights ago but 1; Jesse Lynn in No. 2; R. G. Denny in US. Bonds to secure circulation Banking House, furniture and fixtures. Bourne, attended bis burial hero Sun- no mail was in it nnd little or 1,000 00 no damage No. 3 and Willis Barnett In No. 1, and al Iuo from N'at. Danli day. jj0 5g Due Irom State Banks and Bankers... 3,464 96 Mrs. W. S. Guixstkad and Miss Grace was done. He is positive that ho known aro good selections. Due from approved reserve agents '7.363 01 Grinstead, wife and grown daughter of the guilty party and will give his name Checks 181 8j It ia reported that the fiscal court al- Notes oland other cash Items.. at tho proper titno. the new Methodist preacher, arrived yesj,66o co ... lowed f S.000 for road claims this time Fractionalother Nat. Banks terday. paper currency, nickels and Tub "Si Perkins" Company of 20 peo which ia much over double any former cents T. M. GooDKNioiiT, EtQ., is up from 9 it pio, who travel in their own special ho-t- allowance. Mr. 10,760 00 J. F. Oummina hasn't Specie Frankfort. Ho iwya everything Is all 0. car, will open the season at Walton's footed tho amounts up yet, but says be Lc;a tender notes. 1,000 00 11,760 00 K., there, but tho registration doesn't Opera House on tho 2oth. The drama doesn't think that they will amount to Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer show it. 5 per cent, of circulation. 361 30 Mr. E. J. Foley, Stanford's leading they present is the best of tho rural tho figures reported by a good deal. We Tot'- ..Si6,,849 06 confectioner, was here, Saturday to Bee plays and ia immensely funny. The fa- wero mistaken in saying in our last that LIABILITIES. his friend, Mr. It. Zlmmer. Richmond mous "PtiKhtown Farmers Band" and the M. D. Llmoro wa allowed f 477. He on- Capital stock paid iu $30000 00 noted Si Perkins Orchestra will mako ly got $28 this tlmo. Brother-in-la' Itenister. ij.ooo 00 J. Surplus fund Mns. J. Owslxy Evans, of Danville, music for the occasion. Undivided ,,901 80 0. Floronce is the favored man now and .National profits Bank notes who has been with Mrs. Lizzlo McAlIs 10,94000 Elmore is no longer in it. His claims for Due to other Nationaloutstanding A democratic club will be organized Banks. 3,976 3a ter for tho last month, returned home Due to State Banks and Bankers L. hero this week. A hundred or more the year aggregate $1,019 75 3,471 76 Saturday. Individual deposits subject to check 70,559 8 democrats have signed a paper favoring The first rain that haa fallon in this ' Mrs. Louis W. Landram paBsod Total 4163.849 06 through to hor homo in Lancaster Sat- such an organization and many others section for months began to come gently will do bo. This is a good stop and every about 8 Sunday night and continued at I, J. W. Hockrr, Cashier of the above named urday, after a brlel sojourn at Crab Orperson who wanta to seo old Lincoln re- intervale all night and occasionally yes- Bank, do solemnly swear that the abovo statement chard Sprlugs. deemed and again placed in democratic terday. To this writing, however, not is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Mrs. Dr. J. G. and Mr. J. W.HOCKEK, Cashier. columns should not only join, but work much moro has fallen than to lay the Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd lvon Fish wero called to Crab Orchard for tho furtherance of tho good cause. dust, which in many cases was several day ol Oct., 1893. J. H. MOCKER, N. P. L. C. Sunday by the illnesx of their father, H. Brown, inches deep. Many prayers are ascendEd Alcok.v, y Directors. Mr. J. S. Fiab. A dwmocrat who heard W. S. Taylor ing for a ground soaker and gully washer, T.J. Robinson. J Mna. 0. II. Paine, who spent several speak at Kingsville, said to us: "The but the signal service's prediction of 3788. dHys in JelTersonvllle, returned Saturrepublican candidate for attorney gener"generally, fair, cooler Tuesday" does not visday. MisaLuIn Prowitt, whom sho al ia tho most unrensonnblo liar I evor REPORT OF THE CONDITION oiler much indication that they will be or ited, catno with her. listened to and is a d n poor speaker beTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Gait. William Hkii.vdon, of Lancas- sides." Lying is the republican Btock in answered. ter, was in tQwti on lxgal business Satur- trade. Thoy would havo nothing to say AT STANFORD. Killed iiy a Neoro. Simon Higgins, day. He denies the report that he is n if they did not fall back on their ancient son of John T. Higgins, aged 30 nnd un- In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business candidate for representative. Sept sS, 1895. and well established prerogative of utter married, waa shot Ht Mr. Sain M. Holmes' Mrs. Gkohok Lke J am re, of Crab Or- iug falsehoods. Saturday by Alex Rice, a negro. Tho RESOURCES. . chard, who has been ill at tho Infirmary Loans and $260,581 43 The Advocate enya Mra. Rannie ball entered the aido and passing through Overdrafts, discountsand unsecured here, ia rapidly improving nnd will bo secured 7,351 71 tho body perforated tho bowelsinO places Burkn, who lived in Stanford sovoral U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation 30,000 00 able to return homo this week. yours, Is keeping n good hotel on Lime- - and tho mesentery in two. Dra. Doores, Stocks, securities, etc M.143 31 Messrs. Wm. Dauoiikhty, A. C. Sino Carpenter, Dayipon, Brown and Edmis-tofurniture and fixtures.. stone 8trtHt, Lexington, now nnd only 9,130 00 Bow- -, nnd J. A. Allen left yesterday for operated on him Saturday, but pere Due from National Banks 6,6u 34 charges $1 10 u day for nice board and ling Green to nttend the annual uieetinc 3,389 73 tonitia had set in nnd tho patient died Due from State Banks and Bankers well furnished rooms. Peopio from this Due from approved reserve agents of tho Grand Lodge of I. 0. O. F. '5i943 to during Saturday night. So far as wo can Checks and other cash items eectlon Hill save money and at tho same . 3,053 47 Mns. Mary Wkatiikkfoiid and Mrs. 3,150 00 time patronizo a very worthy woman, by ascertain tho shooting soema to havo Notes of other Nat. Banks. D.S. Oaiii'b.ntkii, who havo been visit- Btopping with hor when iu tho Blue been unprovoked and it npponre to have Fractional paper currency, nickels and ing Mra. G. D. Weatherford havo return'' ...... 47 6t beon well for the negro that ho escaped Grasa Capital. SPw,e 7.7M 45 . ed to their home at Hustonvillo. Somand ia still nt largo. Tho reports are con- Legal tender notes The crowtl that heard tho republican flicting, but itfioems that nil bands were Redemption fund with .U. S. 4,573 co 17,375 43 erset Paragon. Treasurer Mrs. Mary J, Miller in back from n speakers Ht Kingavillo Thursday waa drinking. Mr. Higgins and Mr. Holmea 5 per cent, of circulation 1,48000 visit to Mrs. Will II Mnnior at Nash- small nnd thero waa little or no enthu had had somo worda nnd the former had Total ?36.ai9 36 ville. Her visit was considerably mar- siasm. Judge T. Z Morrow epoko first aaid to tho latter, who had said someLIABILITIES. by tho illness of little Owsloy Mn- nnd ho wna followed by Judgo W. S. thing about shooting. "You wont shoot Capital stock red .JL Joo,ooo 00 .. nler, whom eho left considerably im- Taylor, candidate for attorney general. anybody." Tho negro picked up tho pis- Surplus fund 93,700 00 Undivided profits proved. 965 3, Mr. John W. Yerkes, of Danville, waa al- tol then and Bald, "maybe you think I National Bank Notes outstanding m. 44,630 00 Mn. Tim W. IIifiuiNB, ono of tho clev so on baud but ho did not caro to waste wont shoot" and fired the weapon in the Due to other National Banks 71 oreat men who over lived, is up from his time in speaking to tho GO or 75 Due to State Banks and Banker h 7,775 31 Louiavillo on n visit to frionds. Somo present. Tho democrats wero conspic- ground near Higgins' foot. Peyton Individual deposits subject to check . 86,691 thon caught hold of tho negro and girl iu missing n mighty good husband uous for '6,310 70 their absence, lesa than n dozen while ho tried to hold him ho fired the Notes and bills redlscounted by his persistent determination to llvo in being present. Mr. Taylor was first shot that produced death in 36 hours. Total .4386,319 36 slnglo blessndnees. billed to speak hero but through tho Higgina waa a quiet fellow, not disposed STATE OF KENTUCKY. hand-annCounty of Lincoln, Mr. M.I). 0. Tinkham nnd his " wisdom of tho republican bosses the ap- to row, though ho frequently drank too I, John J. McRoborts, cashier of above named biido, of Logansport, Ind., woro pointment was chanced to Kingaville. Bank, do solemnly swixir that that the above statemuch. ment Is true to the best of mv knowledge and be. here yesterday. Mr. Tinkham is tho lief. JOHN J McROBEKTS. Cashier. Regardless of Anytui.no hut Party. representative of tho old reliable houso DEATrTS DQINCS. Subscribed and sworn to before me this sth day of Notwithstanding the fact that Mrs. W. M. BRIGHT, N. 1'. L. C. Oct., 1893. ol II. E. Uucklen & Co., Chirago, and his Mr. T. B. Robinson, father of Mrs. T. S. Hoikbh, lnssio wo Sue Holmes' bid was lower than that of brido is tho prottlost W. A, Thiiiblk. Directors. competitor, the fiscal court gave tho W. II. Curtis, of this county, died at many n day. her J. W Hayden . havo seen In Loxingtou last weok. to Mr. J. T. No young man ovor left Somorset with keeping of tho Dr. M. L. Bourne died of typhoid moro loyal and steadfast frionds than Ohadwick. Mr. Chad wick ia a monstrous Rex Reid. Ho haa beon horo for six or clover man, but that fact bad littlo or flux, shortly after noon Saturday, aged seven years and bis departuro from nothing to do with tho caso. To tho vic- 54. He waa born in Jessamino county EXPOSITION among ub is a source of regret to all. Our tor belong the spoils, regardless of the and after studying medicine, decided WILL BE HELD very best wishes attend you, Rox, and public's rlghtB, Judgo Daviaon doubt-les- 8 that ho would not like tbo practice and thinks, and when he had to coot tho gavo it up to enter tho Seminary in Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. you always place your money on n may deciding vote, tho republican, of course, Prince Edward county, Va., to fit him-ao- lf winning nag. Reporter. by ritln Ipits, over for tho Presbyterian ministry, but ho On ground traversedfirst shell Into Atlanta 31 which TiiKThreo Links, olllcial I. 0. 0. F. got it. Mrs. Holmes, who haa had chargo Sherman threw the years of tho Institution for yeara, haa discharg- gayo that up also and for tho greater part ago, the Exposition Is fast taking shape. The organ of this State, contains a splendid railway facilities ol the great picture nnd write-u- p of our townsman, ed hor duties carefully and well and haa of his lifo waa n druggist, coming here in Mr. A. 0. Sino, who ia ono of tho most mado a capital official. Her bid waa 24 that capacity about 12 year8 ago. While onthusIasticOdd Fellows In tho country. per year for children and $44 for adults, at tho Theological Seminary be met Miss Ho Is a candidate for Orand Warden nnd while that of her successful competitor Virginia Truohoart and tho love affair at tho meeting of tho grand lodgo at waa $23 and $ 18 respectively. Considor-erln- g that followed resulted in marriage. Four that nt least children woro born to them, three of of tbo unHowling Greon this week and ho will in ROUTE fortunates Bont to the be elected to that otllco. nro whom, Julian, Truoheart and Virginia, And Its connections to allprobabilltv Atlanta, together with low A numiier ol btanioru peopio too ad- adults, it would havo beon quito a saving ranging in ages from 6 to 10, survive. The railway rates, will enable tne dcodIc to mako a de lightful trip at but small exnense. p rate to Cin- to tho county to have given the charge to doctor was a member of the Presbytervantage of tho 2i round-triTho Qut.m .V Crescent runs superb vestlbuled trains with through and carrying and visited tko city Sunday, Mrs. Holmea. Economy ia a secondary ian church and while sick not long ago, Cale and ObservationsleepersIrom Cincinnati Parlor, cinnati Cars, direct M. Alver-so- n, consideration to the average republican expressed himself as fully willing to die. to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lexingamong them Ilnrvey Helm, J. than Somtr.et and however, and especially bo Tho remains were taken to Buffalo Cem ton, mllea shortest ilarriman en route. More rates J. F. Cummins, 8. W. Menofeo, R. line. Special low reduced 100 to the Exposition & Ask Harris Wearen, Sam Joe when he ia helping another republican etery Sunday aftornoon and after a short agent something about it your QueenWriteCrescent M. Newland, In detail. to Burch, Joe L. Deckolmann and Charley into office. Messrs. Moses Cofley and J, service thero by Roy. 8. M.Logan were A.J. LVTLE, D. P.A., - Chattanooga, Tenn. also put in bids, but their fig. laid bv hia faithful wife and lovelv CUAS. "Renner. Miea Lizzlo Menofee accompan 0. Hays W. ZELL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. Y?nr free Inforrr tfnn tnrl nnntrl mat tor by John Ray and Misa Montie Har- - urea were much higher han Mr. Chad- - daughter, who bad preceded him a few ied I wick's. W. C. RINKAUSON, G. P. A., - - Cincinnati. years. xia by George B. Wearen also went. oMI-Weekly InteriorJournal ( tfr . CLOTHING Ready-mad- e ! m MayB-vlll- o. m ' Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man. H. .' J. . M'ROBERTft. S. J. II. BAUGHMAN. H. BAUGHMAN. o STANFORD ROLLER MILLS n Try Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal some of our brands and you will have no other-Fa- ncy Patent No Belle of Lincoln and Creole. 1, Alpine fcnow, Fancy Family, FOR SALE! SEED : WHEAT : Always : On : Hand. Our Specialties-See- ds of all kinds, mixed and crushed to order-Co- rn, ley and Bran. Remember all Feed orders must bo accompanied with Rye, the cash. ShipstufT, Jew-elo- r. m J. H. BAUGHMAN Oats, Bar. Address cr call on 8c CO., Proprietors, 0R Stanford, Ky. y Why buy Old Stock when you can get for the same money BRIGHT, NEW GOODS? Our new Fall stock has arrived. You can't help but buy if you come 3nd see. DANKS, The Jeweler. He Caii'rSpIiFthTWood. But "The Wonder" will burn it not split. cobs, etc., j'ustsuitit. Chunks, knots, sticks, ol SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. Call and see it and then "Wonder" why you have not bought one long ago. w W. H. WEAREN & CO. A. C. SINE,. Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Oahi-rntk- ") Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. - ARE - n You Prepared FOR THE WINTER. If not you had better see us, and this week and next 25 25 25 is h Banking-hous- e, .. our reason. We will sell this Par-ria- '63 Boys' coats and vests at$2.5o to $4, worth 4 and $8. Men's odd coats at $1.50 to $4, worth from $3 to $7. Ladies' fall and winter Capes from 75c to SS. Every Cape worth from 1.25 to 12.50. '25 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks from 1.00 to S.oo. No such goods ever offered at the price. 25 Mens' Suits at 5.00. Better than anybody's 5.00 suit. The best shoe we ever offered at 50 pairs mens' shoes at S1.50. that price. We are now receiving the finest stock of Dress Goods and Trimmings, Capes, Cloaks and Jackets ever offered in the county of Lincoln and we propose to offer them at prices that will move them. o J" HUGHES & TATE. WE'LL KEEP !0U WARM Kentucky. Examine our prices on bluo-oyo- d ! ; poor-hous- e THE ATLANTA For less money than any house in Central Fur Capes, Cloth Capes And Jackets. Also Blankets, Flannels and Shoes! QUEEN AND CBESCENT two-thir- poor-hou- se We'll Dress You Stylishly. And it wont cost you but little. We carry all the new things in Dress Goods, New Bou-clMohairs, Wide Wales Serge, Mohair Seergs. Shoes and Boots of every style and price. Come in and look. e, olllco-holde- SEVERANCE & SON. . v. v ? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa AT A Chinese Opinion of Poker. g Fabllahod Every Tuoaday and Friday SSrWhen not so paid S2.50 will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains lease Stanford at a- w nJ 3 P- - at 4:30 p m. and 9:13 p. m. L.O. LOCAL TIME No,. No. 3, No. --5, CARD. , N.4, Train going " North.. . 11 a;p " South " .315am .12 04 pa . in t ijp m QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains past Junction City as follows: 11.43 a m No 1 North No. 1 South ...3 A Chinese goutloman staying nt ono of our big hotols, finding tho tinio hang-iu- SI $77,250 in Stakes and Purses. heavy on his hands, ashed an American ncquaiutauco to initiate, him into Street, opposite the Court OBieeon Lancaster thu mysteries of tho gamo of poker. House. Collections recede especial attention. 8S Loxineton, Octobor 8 to 18. Somo othor mon wero invited in nnd 1893. tho gamo was played with a $3 limit, Tho Chinaman was greatly interested, TUF.SDAY, OCT. 8. Attorney at Law, playing boldly and losing philosophical-l- y Kentucky's Futurity; $$. The Tennessee; 7:11 paters to tho oxtont of about $100. Then ho 4,ei Two L1V09 Saved. - 1:17 Class; trotting i,kw called a halt. Whilo they wero settling Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction Cltv. HI . was OCT 9. WEDNESDAY, she and Assignup tho gamo ono of tho party, desiring told by her doctors for had consumDtlon and tint Will act as Executor,Admlnittrator mere was no hope her, but two bottles ot I)r pacing J.ew to break tho solemn silence, said : " Woll, Kirk's New Discovery completely cu red her and ee The West, a:t? trotters ,eo she says it saved hor life. Mr. Thos. Kggcrs. ii Special attention given to Settlements s.t9 Class, trotting i,oe Mr. . poker how you liko him?" Hor liU St.. San Francisco, suffered It irni a dread Attorney and Salo and Divlslou of THURSDAY, OCT. 10. Tho Chinaman shrngged his shonldors ful cold, approaching consumption, tiled ulthout ofsnts' Lands. Transylvania . $$,eo result every thine else then bought one bottle of ORlee on Lancaster St. overSupt. W. F. McCla The Class, and said, with n faraway look in his Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was j 16 pacing 9 1 si Class, trotting oyos, "Good gamol" and then added cured. Hols naturally thankful. It is such re- s'solllce. jeo sults of tvhlrh thltca.re tarrmli.. liial Htm p fh. FRIDAY.OCT.it. quickly, "Not cheap I" Chicago wonderful efficacy of this medicine In coughs and' ThU remedy it becoming so well known popular a to need no special mention. All who have used Klcctric Hitler ting the same 1 one of praise. A purer medicine doer net exist nnd It It to do all that is claimed. Klectric litters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt ilhcum and other affections caused by Impure blood; will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well at cure nil malarial fevers. For curuof Head ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Klec" Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or mone) relunded. Price 30c and ft per bottle at A ,R. Penny's drug store. Electrics Blttors. W. S. an ford, BTJB.CEC, Attornoy at Law, Kentucky's Great Trots. DR, VT. B. PEITlT,,Ssr, Kentucky. Wallaoo E. Varaon, m Dentist, : Stanford, Opposite the : Poat-Olf- Iy. ic Office on Main Street, Stanlortl. Kentucky. TO THE LATJIISS 1 Free-for-al- l; ,. New coods ol the latest styles iust received. Call In anil see the largast aim best assorted line ever brought to Man lord. Prices at low as the lowest. MISS L1CCIK I1KAZLKY, Stanford, Ky Times-Heral- d. ' " 3 5 g ' tnurn 1135 am Note. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no hor than Junction City, nor on Sunday. " " 840pm "jo " 6 ' 4 " ...1.35 p m ...3.15 a m ..,6.00 & re 3iP Going Under With n Hunk rnllurc. coins, r reo trial Dottles at (... 1.. renny, Drugstore. Regular site 30c and ti. fcxor SPRING AND SUMMER. Somcthing.to Beautify the Ladies. Farm Dally opentning. New Hats, flowers aad laces! We g i the assurance to the trade that they wll. find in our establishment the urae eaeliisivcBest n stflcof patterns, hsts and bonnet and all tho are leaning novelties in Millinery lor wUirs known throughout the country. trimmer far the sea-.- .. a I have secured vmi in, nut favors, we respect fully solicit your patronage heretofore so liberally M. D DUPDKKAR- bestowed. KATfc DUDDKKAK. Manager. first-cla- ss ... fur Public Sale of a Fin. Btaefcs if Pll POWDER Life. Molly's Church Item-fit- . Parsou Well, Molly, did you liko my Situated in Lincoln county, Ky , nbout 8 miles South east cf Danville and same distance from Stanford and 1U, mile, from Shelby City, contain ing about 3., 5 acres, in a nign state 01 cultivation. This Is the well knon Levi Hubble farm and one of the best watered Farms In Kentucky having eight never (ailing springs and Knob Lick Creek running througn the enure place. The contains 10 rooms, all necessaiy outbuildings and numerous largo and small bams Fencing all in good repair. Sale will take place at Danville, Ky , at t o'clk e ' Monday, Octobor 21, 1095 purchaser For further particulars apply to Mrs M. J. ilUDble, Danville. Ky or 58 BARKER HOUSE, J. F UARKER. Proprietor. County court day. Terms libers! and lo suit the GEO. S. SHELBY. Shelby City. Ky. M. S. Bacghman. J. - M.S.&J.W.Baughman, rKOrXlKTOHS- Tho Wilson, s'j3 pacers iifioe The Ashland, yearlings, trotting i,oo .... s.ouo 1 19 trt(ters The W. iIacghman. Remodeled and refurnlsheil throughout. Large "TMunc by Libtrati's Military Band.Vu ana Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connectod by Electric llclls. Kscursion raits from all sections One lire from guests. 47 Prompt and polite service to Katry lit on application. points in Kentucky EI). A.TIPTON, Sec'y. 38 Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Day. . Blue-Rras- s, Somerset, - - Kentucky. The Futurity, s.jear olds !;.S J it Class, acing l.tort 1 14 CIms, trotting i,ee Meet all Trains, nlht b1 day. Patron taken to SATURDAY, OCT. is. any part of town Free of Charge. The Pacing Futurity, !'.$ s.18 Class, truttitij i.eco OeoJ Livery Attached, Fare e( II Mel it 00 per : Class, trotting jeo day. A. II. BASTIN, Prop. ti 6m MONDAY, OCT 14. Freo-feall, trotting R. M. New land, W. S. Uurch. The Kentucky , Deputy Sheriff Alty. at La 1:06 Class, paeinir. w . , TU EM) A Y.OCT, rj. cS; ITo-wlandThe Stallion Representative, ... Jj.oon year-olds 1:16 Class, trotting i.rco Class, pacing jvo WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16. The lohnstnn, s: trotters $i,eoe Lincoln Oo., a '11 Class, trotting 1,000 Class, trotting ij 50 WeefTer our servlcis tothe public to do a gen eral Collecting Business THURSDAY. OCT. 1;. Accuuuls, notes, etc ra 11 s,ooo collected in all parts ol the county. The Lexington, i,te I'll Cass, pacing a 9 Class, Hotting ,. . jwo THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. r S,w j:j Bur oh. Stanford, Ccnoral Collectors, Kentucky FHIDAY.OCT. 18. Boliora "S'our Cattlo lw Commerce SALE sermon this morning? ilolly Oh, yis, your rivirenco, 'twas A cream ot tarter baking pow- mighty improvin. - - Kentucky. der. Highest of all in leavening Parson And what part of it did you Ky. liko host, Molly? strength. Latest United States If you need livery give us a call. Nothing but Molly lu troth, pl'aso your rivirGovernment l'ood Report. 3 enco, I don't remembor any pait exact- for rates. turnouts will leavo our stable. See u In our i93 ROYAL'BAKING POWDER CO., ly, but altogether it was mighty imPrimary Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- HARNESS SHOP provin. 106 Wall Stroot, New Yorfc. menu. Scientific. ClaseUal and Special Course a! Parson Now, Molly, if you don't re- You wilt find a Rood assortment of Haincts, llri Saddles. Ac Have our repairing done B. C&stleman. A. G. L&nhta membor it, how could it bo improving? dies,man, he understands vhis business We haveby Study. of Music, Art, French and Elocution. John our t dhotis Molly Now, does your rivironce seo mechanic in our Best teachers employed, each a specialist in her own Department. that liniu I hnvo been washiu and dliry-i- n Itoardme pupils under the direct supervision el BLACKSMITH SHOP. on that hedge thero? teachers. wjrk and satisfactoi For further Information, address Will guarantee Parson Certainly, Molly. WILLIAM S H ELTON. President. Tjv our ho" shoer. Molly And isn't tho linin all tho bettor for tho cl'miiu? Parson No doubt, Molly. Molly But not a dlirop of tho soap LIYEKPOOJU and wather stays in it. Well, sir. it's tho same thing wid me. Not a word of &CASTLEMAH tho snruiiut stays in mo. But I am all I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and BAKBEE tho better and cl'aner for it, for all on easv monthly payments, oranv other terms to suit the purchaser MANAGERS, that. Household Words. carry Absolutely PuroJ ; first-class LIVERY, FEED & STABLE, Stanford, STAFFORD College, Female.-:- Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. I will go to any place where there are six or more cattle 10 ohern. I do the work with the l.tghtnlrg Dehnrner Can dehorn any cow in three socomls The knife makes a clean, smooth cut. dots not crush nor break the horn, as the clipper does. It Is the only humane way tode-- ' not punish ihe animal like the saw, horn and the wmuid gels well aa quick again as that made by the saw Knr further icforinatlon, call l'KY O. ' W1" ,k IJ I Pi 17C lor cash or In" ,he hulc leather Kon onSee the Lightnng A.PruningI oN, Stanford, 101Kv. llcok. arte lor 11 conrt days at Manlord er at my home in UttMlTanner. helm. Chat Ennslia, 1ULJ. 1 1 ' "" FOB A farm with 21E1TT. R R. Noel 8c Son B. Successors to J Hlggins, D.alers In ROYAL OF outbuildings, Kilty or tu airtt to gv tu cum, 40 to go in wheal and 13 or jo to co in hewp. i tteatyhve acres In goid grass. All firtt.cla.s lam). Terras, Money Keai ill Ailvancr Aba joo Bushels Burt UaU for Sal t. S. POWELL, Ky. HuttonviUV, 1 54-i- god Img iti ut&etandof all necessary Huvtouvilte milrv All Kinds Stanford, of Coal, Kv. llig-gln- first-clas- s p-- ic saranee J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UISI5ERTAKEU, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Oilers his services o tho people ol West and Casey Couutles. lull stock of Celsius and Caskets always on hand. I) S. Carpeut.r, Manager. .3 I.in-co- la We will continue the btiHHs at Mr old st.SHt astd wilt have on hand at all times lite very bottcoal hica e will deliver promptly h h.I will mate It to We will l strictly for 1 the iHierest ol the this Mcttoii to pay Cash. ' n-l- cl SompaHy PIANOS and ORGANS. I A.S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Stanford, Kv. Office over McKobtrts' Building, Louisville No Delay. Agents throughout the South W. A. TBX3J3LE, Lscal Agoat, STANFORD, KY. .IF YOU ARK GOING., HOHTE WEST, THE 1 Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. Is the line for you, as its IBouble Daily Trains Make dole connections at E.OUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. .THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. UAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH JOES. KICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky Portland. ..To the. San Francisco WOMTIBCWET Via The. iVr? mmw.rvsHBay.tt mm "." mum -- Si? . Sho said to her grocer not long sinco: "I bought three or four hams hero a couplo of mouths ago und thoy wero very fino. Have yon auy moro liko thorn?" "Yos.ma'am," said tho grocer, "thoro aro ten of thoso hams hanging up thoro. " "Aro you euro they aro all off the samo pig?" Texas Sittings. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine A Itcmarknblo I'lg. our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting A uowly married lady who recently short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line graduated from Vasar collego i3 not woll posted about household matters. ofUuggiesand Surreys. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. A largo, good uatured looking man, who always stops at a cortain up towu hotol, was greatly attracted to a little girl in tho dining room tho othor day. Sho was nbout two years old, was to run about and talk a good deal and also appeared to bo at homo in tho hotol. After smiling 1 him across tho dining room and making friends witW him at a distanco, ho accosted her in the hall. Ho asked hor tho regulation questions put by Mrangera to childron, all of which sho answered promptly as her baby fashion would permit Filially tho old gentleman Bhook hands with her and said: "You aro a uico littlogirl. Shall I bring you a box of candy tomorrow?" Tho littlo 0110 looked pnzzled a mo ment, thou spoko up brightly: "No ; '00 hotter doo dot it now !" Sho got tho candy that evening. Chicago Post. 11 best. I give special attention to mail orders and of goods as can be found any wherein the land. I am selling SEWING 'MACHINES cheaper than sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. 3r Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, this position does not give up her class in Music, but teaching as before. Address as fine a line FOH Si5L3uK Blue-Grass ! Img . ll'lll'HTV Store in the Owsley have ever Two Good Farms near Hustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. but in taking The Bailey, deed., offer ot will continue lor saleheirs twoMrs. America Farms, siiuned a) ut Me mile her THE .RILEY V. IJ. HILEY. HOUSE Kontucky. I'roDrtetor, London. - - - P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. LOOK HERE! Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of I have moved l. my new Hotel and am bsttsr prcpartd thai ever to accomme4ate Ihe public west of lluttonrlllo, in Lincoln cwinty, on the Uood Livery attache!, and every cesveoicuce de Farms sired. Uivc me a call. Ilradlurdsvill. turnpike road rit adjoin and taken toireiher conUlu 1.9 aries el fRANK RILKY, n land and can be divided to as to Include alut 140 acre, to the home place and zoo acres in the oth w. joNfce j ;Tffs, MvNAv.ru er. The buildings and Improvements eu each aro comfortable and substantial. Each ot the firms is well watered ami convenient to good schools Terms naionable Title clear. and churches For lurther information , appl to either of us. J P. BAILI-Vfanfonl. Ky , J HoCKr.k. Ilusionville, Ky to -- J' FAYETTE DfNLAP.M vllle, Kv D , Dan- - Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Sale and Renting, Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, Saturday, Oct. 19th, 1895, I will rent to the hlghnt bidder on Sole proprietors Dean's Black Diamond Roo Paint Estimates furnisned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Kofi Satisfaction Guaranteed! All roofs painted vilh Dean's Black Diamond Paint guaranteed for years. Dealers In best cis-ePumps and Oalvaniied Iron fillers. (7.1m m JOTXEB BEOS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. DON'T FOROhr THAT My Farm or 250 Acros of Fino Land, About 70 acres to go In corn and a'Klut ( acr-already sown In wheat. It is abom midway be tween rhnlby Cltv and Milledgeville, in halt a mile of Danville .V lluttonvillc pike. 1 here are four good houses on the place and plenty of water I'otiK-tilcgiven Jan. , 1S96. At the same lime I will sell so cattle, 16 hogs, I? sheen. mules, t horses, two wagons, two bug gies, one binder, drill, lows and gears, 600 corn, 10 sucks ol hay, Ac. The farm will be rented fur i menths, payable Jan. 1, 1897, Good note required, tin personalty, all sums of J10 and under cash, over that sit months' credit without intcrevt; notes negotiable and payable in bask. JAM!! F. MOORE. d Shelby City Ky. s bar-rels60-t- THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKlNNKY. KV, Have just been overhauled and repaired fiom 10 top by iso f uous Richmond City Mill Works, of Ittchitiend, I ml and with capacity now increascl, are doing wore and better work than ever before, and with the old reliable D V Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of good Flour and fair trraimeut. Be sunt and bring us your grinding and whsn buymg call for our old and wall establitlied brandr. Favorite Patent, Ladies' Favorite aud Uakcrt' Choice IIATF.S .V SOS, "uccesiorto K. I. Tanner favorite Milling Co hot-tu, rn B. K. WEABiSlT. DftO'JISVI'.t l!tWl3AHvCHlCA63RH,(- ;Only Dining Car Route From &&3&lkJ&Sl 5y" "Yes, ma'am." "Then I'll tako three of thorn." No Possible Vnngur of XOTJXSlTXXkXE It. TO CHXCGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern, for maps or any information, address E. H. BACON, ITSIANK J. REID, U. P. Agent, D. P. Agent, Chicago. Louisville. - Straggles Missus, won't yor givo a starvin man 10 cents? Kind Lady And you won't tako this 10 cents and get drunk on it if I givo it to you? Straggles Lord bless you, mum, I couldn't git drunk on less'n u dollar'u 'alf Chicago Record. ! Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &e. - G. B. COOPER, Proprietors of PUBLIC SALE. Good s Farm Near Stanford. Livo Stock, Bank Stock, Crop, Farming Blue-Gras- Livery nnd Feed.lSlable, STANFORD, KV. Having bought of P W. Green his Llvorr business and added new buggies and horses, ve tic prepared to furnish ' FIRST-CLAS- S AT - Implements, &c. Tho heirs of John M. and Bcttio Held, deceated, will, on - TURNOUTS rt FARRIS & HARDIN E5EEB33 GTSSI533 I Denver. s : He SURE to can fcr MONON' Route, i St. Paul. Quite Gorin-anto Illm. "Tobacco is an oicollent fumigator," remarked Twofer as ho lighted up a dead black cigar. "It drives gorms out o ISmu II w. ple to deal with. Slop with us when in town at courts and entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be woll cared for. , At the mansion house on the premises, about O. II. COOPER Sy Myers House Stable, btanford, Ky. offer at public auction, the miles Irom Stanford, Farm of Thursday, Oct. 31st, 1895, About 300 Acros of Land, thort notice. The traveling public will fijj ut always ready and willing to furnish Drura-meWagons, either single or double, or Carriages of ail kinds at very LOW PRICES. The boys In and around town will alto find us the peoOn 3Ey. Midland B'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and between quickest Only Dnect LIlc Between instantly. " "Count mo o n3 a germ," said as soon as ho had ono whiff of it. Now York World. Good-Etyl- Ksaa S'rankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Oarlislo, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabid June a, 1693. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. CUAINS EAST. a. m. p. in. p. m. 1 00 Frankfort A 7 00 Zv 400 1 30 ' Klkhorn 4 7 ti " Stamping Uround 7 38 4 30 148 Jlik ing thoy are putting up in tho nest block? Building Inspector I'm afraid it isn't safo to go into it. Chicago Tribune. He Was un Author. Do Writer Things go and como me. Too Valuable n Lifo to Ito ItUkod. Why don't you go and Acquaintance inspect that flimsy looking now build- ij rWwSWarWJ " laBsmvwMKSwWsl with Arr. C. S. Depot C ' Paris " Georgetown.-B.- .. 7 47 7 55 8 30 4 47 4J9 5 35 2 is 3 00 4o TRAINS .WEST. No. 1. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. p. ra. a. in. p. m. . a. m. 6 00 440 9 4J ivo Paris C 10 17 C. S. Depot " Georgetown B 1040 " Stamp's Gro'd 10 ,8 i Kikhorn 30 8.rr Frankfort A... Texas Siftiugs. Yon Bilk You mean como and go, don't yon, my friend? Do Writer No j I'm an author. 6 41 C 7 J J5 " 703 7 7 35 t ".:.., SUNDAY' TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Fiankfort so a. itLeave in. Frankfort 4 00 ip m. arrlvo Georgetown ca n. ra Thrt VTnntuckv Midland Railway and connec- iions form the shortest and cheapest route to all fJnrih and West. C...1, f Kor further information apply to their agents. CD. HEUCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. 6 40 L'stnblishluz rs Footlni;. 7s8 "All rights resorved," chuckled tho JS I 8 is ono logged burglar iu tho shoe store aa ho hcloctod a fow lofts and moved soft- ly toward tho open window in tho rear. Chicago Tribune S01110 Left. ' GEO.B.UARPEH.Hec'r&Gon.Sup, Fiankfort Ky. goldfish?" "No, mamma, thoy haven't drunk what thoy'vo got already. "Christian Register. "Havoyon given frosh water to the HIGGINS & McKINNEY. On which John M. Reld lived at his death. This OF STANFORD, KY., farm is woll improved and is very desirably local ed and the land is of thu best quality, 'lho dwelling Is new fully organued and ready lor business with couslst cf a large to-storat good as new and all necessary g outbuildings. up Capital of - springs The farm is watered by five fruits and and has a lirge orchard of . The neighborhood is one of variety otdonrabte 20,000. the bust 111 tho county, wllh no objectionable sur roundings The convenience to tne churches and SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL. schools iu Stanford make tho location vory supeBANK OK STANFORD, churches, rior. Stanford has several academy andn largo fe- Now closing up) with llour shlng the smnc assets and undsi male college, a good male lho tame management. public school, a good merchant (louring null nnd By provisions of its chatter, depositors are as supplied with water works, electric light and ico u fully protected as aie depositors in National Banks, in three lots: 'rhi. 'farm will first be l corner; one of One liaole to its shareholders being held Individually the ciicnt of the amount of their stock 215 of ij acres oil of the Northeast therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the acres, inclu ling improvements, and one of about amount ... ui.jam i invested in such shares. It may net as 50 acres aouin 01 resilience nuu vu ...I. riVi r.a.l from the letidenco 'I lien the tract esecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac. ns fullr as individual. w.ll be ofleied as a whole and the highest and best anTo those who entrusted their bulsineis ti us bid accepted. and made known on day of while mnaglnK the Lincoln National Bank ol Terms reaionablc Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks ana sale. , . .. W V. McKinocy nas possession ana win mo trust they will continue to transact their businos: ". with us, offering at a guarantee for prompt attenpleasuro insnowins ...iyvuc u.r. ...o samo, further Information address Held heirs, Stanford, tion .to and as our twenty yenra" oxpetiuace fa banking liberal accommodations as nrc nt with sound banking. and place I will, as executor ol At the same tlm tell at .l,.ulllnt Inhn M. Keld. dee'd.personalty nubile of the auction to tne highest bidder the J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; t state of the decedent consisting of 7 yearling cattle. 3 milk cows nnd c'ves, . H.Shsnks, Stanford; cattle, a sheep, a yearling mules. yearling filly, 1 year-lin- e 35 J. S. Owj'ey, Stanford; filly, 1 4 year-ol- d sad hnrsn colt, I S.J, Lmsry, Stanford; dle horse, 1 o.yeaiMiiu wont norse, 3 u.ouu m.io. mule, 50 mi hogs, iu hiivi ami 1 colt, J. B. Owsloy, Stanford; , pigs, 60 330 bushels ot oaU, 330 barrels 01 J.F Cjs , Stanford; of stock in Flrtt corn.s stacks of hay, 8 shares shares of etock-iWilli. m Gco.h, Stanford; National Bank of Stanfard, 15 Marion National Bank, farming Implements, A. W. Carpenter, MMefigcril't), .household furniture, Ac. T,minfSsltof Personalty: lor all sums of Sto and under, cash; over that amount n credit of S, H. Shinks, President, four months on note with good security, bearing Ut. J.B. OwiJe, Caihler, interest from date and payable In bank. W M.Xrliht.TeL'cr. exor. gj td j,n, never-failin- farmers Bank&Trast Co Paid Surplus, $200,000. ofTi-ru- ,,.... .. ld cci-sistc- 1 1 sho-its- - ruaiun, TTiirrr trTfrrrrsrmrlrrnisfiiisiij