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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895101101 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. -- w"1 "ii 5EMI-VOL. XXIII. KIDO'S STORE. W fXlixSJLJi HUSTOHVILLE. H INTERIOR I ' Tax-Payers Journal. NO. 64 STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1895. Mr. Sam Logan has moved Ills harness shop (rom up stairs over Steele's f- ' ' Water lias (or ttovural weeks been in urgent demand in our neighbood and oven Green Itlyer to littles moro tlinn h rcminipcenco. Kininett McCormnck hnsbecn ill tbo paBt week, but is tlionpht to ba greatly better nt this time. Mrs. Crit Mile Iibh been ill oi n milil ttaok of typhoid (over, but is convalescent. The college building on OheHH Uiiltro caught flro through ft deiectivo Hue last Tuesday mid wna barely Htvml v most opportune arrival o( stalwart neighbor, who anbatituted battering niuiH (or water nnd unroofed the greater portion o( aide of tho building. The faculty and pupils were helptebs and (or a while shelter leta. The old time method o( building a furnace ol kettles and evaporating sorghum juice with an expert skimmer assigned each kettle was partially super soded by home made evaporators built after tho stylo of a box for scalding liogo, but the intricately partitioned and perforated article from a manufactory has at last forced recognition and adoption and tbo country is redolent o( boiling sorghum juice. And if any skeptic needs confirmation of tho vast superiority of sorghum molasses to any other brand ho ti recommended to W. I). Stagg, of thin town, who is both an enthusiast and expert. When farmers recognized tho "pat-ti- r, patter" on the roof Monday morning thero was a unanimous "let her pour" sent up from delighted thousands, but old riuvins was entirely too modest for tho emergency and the cry in (or more. The Methusalahs don't remember to have over aeon river and creek pools ho nearly all dry, nor so many severe fro'ta as a sudden climax to a September, which discounted the aver AugtiHt in intense beat, and drouth. As wo wero bleased with reasonable rains throughout Summer and vegetation remained luxuriant, whilst even the wet weather ntreams maintained a flow, tbo rpld transition to patched vegetation and dry stream beds is just a little too much (or Horatio's speculative plilloeo phy. Gen. Hardin's appointment drew an unusually large crowd to Liberty last Monday. Kspcclally largo in view ol inclemency and alwence ol other attractions. Tho court house waa well filled with Intelligent and courteous representatives o( both political parties (the A. P. A. s not In It yet In Casey) who evidently came to hear and the speaker wag aa evidently inspired by the occasion to one ol his best ellbrts, (or 2J hours were devoted to discussion of atatistics, and tho crowd wanted moro. Tho republican candldateo who have filled appointments recently at Liberty didn't draw, except a score or so o( democrats curious to inspect tho countenanco o( a nominee who like his boss, Hilly ., hasn't Hand enough to meet his competitor on the stump. Gen. Hardin had been advised of Mr. Bradley's demagogy since the deserter began bushwhacking, ami after a declaration of intention to use only diets and an invitation to all to correct when mistaken or Inquire when obscure proceeded to skin tho skulker with the tendernees o( an Abraham sacrificing a ram. Casey county republicans are not loud in condemnation of the imminence atr.ilr, nor npologetic of their nominee's cowardice. Nor aro Casey democrats sharpening a Btiletto for thoir nominee because he doesn't accept every creed to which thev are committed, any more than they will proscribe him because he doesn't chew long green tobacco. Casu-democrats boast tnat even Johu G. Carlisle haa discovered aud contested himself mistaken ou vital party matters and may bo tho humblest of us are not al ways infallibly right. Wo dou't care a durn whether Gen. Hardin uses salt or sugar on his tomatoes. Tho enthusiasm in Casey Is truly refreshing and a visit to tho sublimated democracy of Liberty and Casey county is recommended to every melancholic democrat who isn't perfectly satisfied with Wat Hardin's occasionally overlooking tho salt spoou nnd butter kulfo in a fit of abstraction. Casey's enthusiasm should become epidemic and tbo democratic ticket will go through with a whoop which will paralyze tho rads beyond recovery. Gen. Uardln reached Liberty ntj 11 o'clock after a 20 mllo driyo through showers, but tho cordial wolcomo to a cheerful flro and excellent dlnnor by Col. Boyle Stono and wife, convinced him that thoro is much in life worth living (or, aside (rom political enthusiasm and success, aa ho ovidenced moro than onco in his Bpeech when he dropped into a moralizing Btraln. iilnrm-infjiy grocery. Several acres o( tobacco wero caught out in the (hmIh of lat week, but tho crop generally had bpen housed. Lau Saturday probably the last of watrmelonH was brought to town. They have been plentiful mid cheap. Ed Carpenter shipped 12.1 lambs and owee to Cincinnati Tuesdiy. Jas. Powell sold two large, fat sows for a fancy price Tuofcdav to a butcher. Hhv. SMiford M. Logan, of Stanford, will prech next Sunday morning hi tho Presbyterian church hero and Sunday afternoon at o'clock in the Presbyterian churcn at MeKlnney. Judge Camnltz begun to paint the Masonic Hall last Monday and In order to protect himself from the chronic information seeker put up tho following rigu written in large letter?, "I'liia house will be painted red; three coata." Millard Allen has been trying to knock the bottom out of his well with giant powder in order to get a supply of water, but eo far has been unsuccessful. C. (J. VanArsdale has also been blasting out a well on his mill premises, but has not struck water as yet. Hawkora of beef are getting pretty numerons in our locality. One day last week two difl'erent parties from Moru-lun- d were urging the juicy points of the corn fed animals upon the acceptance of our citizens Notwithstanding Uncle Will Held pursues biuimm at the old stand every day In the weeK. Louis VanAtBdalc, little son of C. (J. VenArsdale, is housed for the present with an attack of b ula. An 18 aiontlis old daughter of Waliaco Stuule has been quite sick, but U improving. Miss Or.i Wright is out again after a long spell of typhoid fever. Nellie Adams, who has been sick of the typhoid fever, 1ms now fully recovered. John Harmon is quite - , - - .' low. The Darlington, Wis., Journal says editorially ex. "We of a popular patent medicine: Colic, know from and Cholera perioncetbit Ch.inberUIn U all that it claimed for it.as Kemedy excruciating pains on two occasion It Hopped an untimely grave. irom and positively laved ut over night without it tn easy We would not rest undoubtedly saves the hou.o." Thti remedy any otner medicine and suffering than should Weep it In the iTthe world. Every family or later. house, tor it U ure to be needed sooner Stanfoid, Koraalo by Craig & Hocktr, Druggists, Druggists. Ky. . g ea r-- Sa . and Half Fabe.-- To Dallas, Texas, good reto 17th. TlckotB turn Oct. 10th to 11th via the Kentucky Mid Nov. return land. Jiunea Allen, president of tha litis tonvilie Fishing Club, bad the Commissioner send him a consignment of young flah to place in waters here. James 1'. Uoode, a member of the chit), placed 200 black base in the tine pond of Benjamin Uoode, near Turnergville, Tuesday. The club hits been instrumental in putting o.OOO baso aud other game flsh in the waterB of Green Ittver in the last two years, but they wero nearly all destroyed while small by reckleM seining and dynamiting. Among the changes taking place in this community this Fall, wo regret to note that which afleetB our esteemed fellow citiz m of Moroland, Mr. Ed. II. Edwards, who expects to dispose of his (arm and remove his family to Cincinnati. While Mr. Elwarda' business has conllned him rather closely to the Commercial Gazbtte ollice in Cincinnati, yet he has been ntnon us enough for us to appreciate his miny fine qualities and make us loath to give him up entirely to tho Buckeyes. We have rather boon out of politics in this neck o' the woods, but the Hon. P. Wat Hardin's Liberty speech Monday brought us near enough to tho battle to hear the ro.tr of the big guns. Wo don't got excited though except when Co). Josh Swopo plants his flag, flings out its silvery (o'da to tho breeze unlim bora his guns, r.tms homo aolid 10 to shot and turns iiu btttery on the murderers (At the witching hour of midnight) of the paleface dollar then tho mid sound money men m to tho woo-the gold bu.'H get themaalves to tho mountains of Hepsldiim. Geo. W. Hyatt, of Sooierset, has been visiting hero several days. Mrs, J. G. Weatherford aud interesting childreu of Milldalc, aro visiting relatives here. Uriah Dunn camo in from Barnwell, S. 0., Tluirsday In order to attend tho Hold sale of stock Saturday. He looks well after wintering in the South and reports Jess onto). W. S. Tuney, tho poliio aud accommodating conductor on the (. i C, was at John Harmon's a few days laet weok on a visit to his baby son, who makes his home with Miss Mollie Harmon since the death of Mr. Tuney 'a wife last Spring. Anthony Ilunn, of Columbia, dropped in on last week with a bunch of cattle (or shipment and a hearty greeting (or his old friends. He was sufl'ering with a muscular troubio in his right leg, which seriously lamed him. Emmett McCormack is tho first in our community to have that fashionable disease, appendicitis. Wo hope that we may soou havu tho pleasure of seeing him stirring around again. Geo. Weatherford, who has been visiting relatives here for a foT days, returned to Somerset Monday. Mrs. McCarthy, mother oi Mrs. Chas. Wheeler, is making her homo with her daughter hero. Wo note tho presence among us of our genial young friend, Lea Held, on a visit to relatives andlrionda. Mrs. Greenwood, of Missouri, formerly of this place, who has been visiting Mrs. II B. McKinney, has returned home. Mrs. Geo. Drye, of Middleburg, who is visiting Mrs. John Iteid, Is quite ill. Kax Raid haa resigned his position at Somerset aud rotutned to tbiB place and the (riends of bis youth 1 11 and intends to mako it his future home. To the of Lincoln County. Welcome hack, Rhx, and may you abldo Tho first year of tho firs, republican ! with us a long time. Sam I.usk Is at ' administration of fiscal aflairs in the hishome on a visit to relatives. Come tory of Lincoln county haa just ended, ofton, Sam. Miss Mary Adams. Bessie ' Their books havo just been adjusted and Worthington nnd Beulah VanArsdalo, In order to settle the estate of A. R. Penny, deceased, the entire tho yearly account plated. It will bo inwero iu Stauhrd Sunday. Col. William structive to thnt clans of people who foot stock of Drugs, Uooks, Stationery and Jewelry is offered for sale priH. Miller and Hon. Harvoy Helm, of ' the bills to enquire how this party has vately. This store has been run continuously and successfully for Slnnlord, went here Wednesday. kept its loudmouthed professions of about 30 years and is now doing a good business. This is a rare opfconiny and reform, and how its methLANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ods compares with "the extravnganro and portunity to purchase a well established business. Also the A number of Lancaster society con mismanagement" of tho democrats, residence on the West side of Lancaster St. For particulars apply to pies enjoyed a wild grape hunt on Wed- - about which we are hearing so much ncsil'ty. from certain disinterested The Biibject o( Elder George Gow-en'- ii patriots. Heruion Sunday will bo "What is a From the minutes of the court of Profitable Life." Stanford, Ky. claims, controlled by our republican A lady missionary (rom Utah will friends, it appears that the expenses of be here and deliver a lecture Sunday tho county (or tho venr ending Oct. 1, morning at the Presbyterian church. All 180.5, amounted to the sum of $13,753 30. ure most cordially invited to be presont. This is tho highest expense account we Several fields belonging to tbo Price h ive over had to settle. Take the pro brothers adjoining their farm on tho Fall ceding five years to go back no further, Lick pike were consumed by fire Sunday (or comparison. night as well as several fields of Mrs. E. Tho claims allowed (or 1S91, $ 12.010 80. -- THEL. Uwsley. 8,757.120 1S93, The fiscal court met here Tuesday " " " 1892, O.G07.90. and transacted a good deal of businiea " lS'Jl, 11,901.47. In adjusting court claims. Dr. W. 1890, 10.9S7.GS. wab given the Jul and couuty pauTotal for five years under per practice for $60. $50,25o.05democratic magistrates. More interest seems to bo manifestDivide this by five the number of years ed in tho race (or town trustees here and wo have the average annual expentnan in tho State ticket. Tho old board ditures for connty purposes at $11,251. together with n new one id In the race Here then we have an increase in couuty and working with a will. expenBPB of 52,502. Oflicera salaries Iihvo The young men attending the now n no larger, tho paupers have been graded achool have organized a foot-bano better cared for, the roads have been team and have already secured their cos- no more ellectivelv worked; indeed, there tumes. Trie next thing ia contemplation is much complaint that they have not with them will be a gymnasium. been worked so well There has certainMr. Tram Conn's new house about ly then been no better service rendered, two miles (rom Lancaster ou the Rich and yet it has I'ORt us 21 per cent more, mond pike ia nu imposing residence and and that too in the first blushing honey iatipjn tie aitu where his other Iioupo' moon of the new Era of Honesty and Everything In stood that was rather recently consumed IWorm. If we get this result in the ' by Are. Tho republicans are still hanging flro green what may wo expect in the dry? -:- If our taxes are this ovr it candidate for tno Legislature. one couoty, and increased at very rate in noses, tinder our OapU Wm. Herndon has declined the Clothing, Millinery, Cloaks, &c. let us sorioiiBly oak ourselves what this nomination, but somo of his (riends) party will do i( it should get control of think there is still some probability that tho whole State. he will make tho race. Another instructive fact is disclosed by Postmaster James I. Hamilton cam tho minutes of this reform court. Tho across quite a valuable relic a few dais of tho county is annually lot oo in the way of a $." Spanish note. Ho to the lowest bidder who is at the same purchased the bill (or a famall sum and a hopes to realizo quite n premium upon time suitable person to take charge of rs our unfortuuates. There were two it, since one has been ollered. for the ensuing year. One, n genMrs. Mattio Bushy, r sister o( Mrs. from East Tennessee, k republiW. N. Bush, of this place, haa decided tleman III7STONYILX.E, KY. can voter and a republican hustler, who to locate iu Williamsburg, whero Bhe has his never shown any marked ability in opened out a confectionery establishof his own aflairs. ment. Misses Eugenia and Barbara Al- the conduct, nt leant, Tho other was a lady, and therefore not len have joined her and expect to enter a voter, who was born and retired in the college at that place. ciunty, who had held tho position (or a Mrs. Mary Cunningham's new of years, and had discharged its frame dwelling is going up rapidly. number duties with such admirable efficiency, It will bo a nico convenient residence when completed with many late im- tact aud kindness as to challenge the of everybody in the In Hustonville. See his New Line of provements aud together with Mr. A. G. hoartiest praise county. The East Tennessean's bid waa Scott's now house adjoiuing hers there for children and f 4S each for will be quite an nddition on depot street. $23 each grown persons. The lady's bid was $24 Since the caving in of the tunnel on for children nnd 1 ( each for adults. o main line, the R. R. through this each The place was given to tho gentleman ace has many trains passing hero night r.nd day. Lancaster certainly has tho from Tennessee. It is worse even than appearance now of a city with 14 or 15 it looks. Tho records of this very court trains a day. It necessitates a night op- show that the proportion of adults to erator and one has been engaged in tho children received annually at the (or a long number of years has person of Mr. Gibson, of Barbourvillo. been exactly two to one -t- wo grown per- Buell's Low Top Patent Congress Boots have no equal for fit, comfort Gen. W. J. Laudrtun's condition is (or on child. So that the gentleman hopeless in tho extreme. Ho continues sons and durability. Sec them and you will buy them sure. For bargains from East Tennessee, while saving to the to grow weaker and remains in an uno to JAMES FRYE. one dollar on one child, will conscious state all of the time and his take from his pocket IS extra for two death now is momentarily expected. It of economy, seems now thnt his (riends and loved adults all in the interest VV. N. Craig, M. D. J. VV. Hocker. honesty and reform. ones havo given up all hope o( his recovThese, wo beg you to believe, are not ery for it seems as if the brittle thread of "campaign lies." They are cold facts life will soon bo torn asunder (or him. from tho records of the county 5 Miss Ella May Farris surprised her taken clerk's oflico which you can see for yourmany fi lends here and elsewhere by her selves at any time. marriage on Monday. She was married You did not, having some knowledge iu Lexington a fow daya ago to Mr. of human nature, expect our republican Holmes, a young man of Lexington, em- (riends to do much or any bettor than ployed in tho Southern depot as (reight We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet the democrats. But did you expect messenger at a good salary. Mias Farris a new broom too, to do so Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drugthem, with together with her parents alwuys resided gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most very much worse? in Lincastor until about two years ago, The tendencies shown here are worthy liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your prewhen they moved to Lexington to live. Only the most reliable drugs used and of your graveBt consideration. They scriptions filled at our house. Misa Farris was in her lC'.h year, just budPrescriptions filled night and day. A big line need indeed to bo promptly squelched. accuracy guaranteed. ding into glorious womanhood, when Q?Oscar E. Roch, Parmacist. Craig & Hocker. They can only be dono lawfully at the of Spectacles. suo was captured. Being tho only child polls. Shall it be? Tho republican bossof her parents, her marriage waa quite a es say wo wont do it, that we don't dare blow to them at first, since thoy wero to to do it, that they havo us on tho run, little prepared (or it. Mr. Holmes is to and every hungry government pap suckbe congratulated though upon tho pre-ter is girding up his loins for a rata into attractive wife he has won. pastures new, and every black and mu0. M. Richordson, of Somorset, was latto face in the State ia grinning the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sweeney. with insolent exultation. Miss Bessie Bush left Tuesday to visit Think over these things calmly, nnd relatives at Atlanta and to attend the lotus hear what you think about it at Southern exposition. She will protract tho coming election. By direction of Democratic Campaign her stay probably all winter. Miss Mary Adams, of Hustouville, was the guest of Committee. Geo. B. Cooi'kr, Chairman. her (rieud, Miss Lizzie Thompson, on - AT Tuesday. Misa Doxio Moss, who haa If Troubled with Rheumatism Read This. been attending school at Beamout ColANNAPOLIS Md., 1804 I have used ChamPain Halm and lege, in Harrodsburg, ia expected homo berlain' all that it for rheumatism it. I found It believe claimed for to be for a Bhort visit. Mr. and Mrs. t to bo the best preparation for rheumatum and deep seated muscular pains on the market and W. G. Duulap, of Lexington, wero called cheerfully recommend it to the public. Jno. G. here to the bedside of Gen. W. J. Lan- Ilrooks, dealer in boots, shoes, etc., No. i3 Alain ALSO READ THIS. drail), who is in a dying condition. Dr. MECHANICSVILLE, St. Mary county. Md. W. N. Bush went to Harrodsburg WedI sold a bottle of Chambertaln's Pain Balm to a rheumatism for nesday to bring his daughter, Misa Eu- man who had been suffering withwell man. A.J. several years. It made him a genia, home, who ia roported quite sick. McGill. Kor sale at so cents per bottle by Craig Ky. She has been there at school. Mr. W. C. A Ilocker, Druggists, Stanford, Louisvillo this week to Whorritt was in Buoklln's Arnica Salva. Is Receiving His i, The best aalve in the world for cuts, seo his wife who ia in the city under tares, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapmedical treatment. ped hands, chilblains, corns and all akin eruptions. : : : It positively curia piles, or no nay rcpuired. It is money to give Woodford county will vote next guaranteed Price 15 pertect satisfaction orsale by cents per box. For refunded. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. month on free turnpikes. A.K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE two-stor- y now-a-daj- G. L. PENNY, Exor, IEW SIOR E A! 1 . PILLE. - b-e- EMPORIUM ll : New Goods at '. Rock Bottom Prices General ' Merchandise, poor-hous- e bid-de- Jemes Frye, Glie two-stor- y elk the mi and Best ht 1 poor-hou- se Ladies' Wraps, Clothing and Shoes. tax-pay- er CRAIG STiSLttrFOHD, & HOCKER iDiRtra a-zcsTs, - KSTTJCKlTo ' f y, to-da- y Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &e. FAERIS & HARDIN H.g.R0PLEY,- to-d- ay i bru.'-e- FALL AND WHITER GOODS. u iTv r The Frankfort Capital explains tho Gen, Landram, the hero of two wars, tistic grace of floral art. The bridesmaids possible reasqn that and the tho scholar and the gentleman, was baio-l- y wore Mise Harriet Hocker, of Kansas Ciautonomy ol the democratic party prealive when wo heard from Lancaster, ty, maid of honor: Mies Henrietta Mo- Alister, cousin of tho bride, first maid; vent Judge Qalncy Ward from support- his doctors stating that ho could not Stanford. Ky., October 11, 1895 ing Gen. Hardin." It says that at the Miss Vyra Venable, of Independence, tho afternoon. and Miss Jennie Latimor, a aister of the convention when friends of Clay saw HEWSY NOTES. groom. Thu bridesmaids and ushorB apho could not bo nominated they W. P. WALTON. tried to aubstituto Ward for both Atlanta was selected for tho next proached tho main aisle of the church from opposite directions in the rear of Clay and Hardin and that Gen. meeting of the Episcopal convention. folspeech is an unknown quantity liar din caught on in tirao and nipped Fukk In a fight.between Buck and James the church. Tho brido and groom Acknowledged to be the cheapest house in Stanford for goods in its Id the benightedly republican stronghold the project in the bud. The judge Putdle, brothers, in Fanquier county, lowed in thoBAiue order, preceded by the line. You cannot afford to purchase your fall bill in our line without littlo flower girls. Tho bridal party mot of Clay county. After Col. Bradley had hasn't forgiven him for it and the Capi- Va. the former was stabbod to death. first seeing what we arc offering. a spoken at Manchester and mado some tal is mean enough to charge that that Thomas Hart, of Franklin, Tonn., at the nltar, facing tho audiouco in 1. We are displaying the Largest Stock. . When tho ceremony of tho statements that a young democrat nam- may possibly, liko Senator Lindsay puts threw hot water into his wife's face 2. We arc naming the Lowest Prices. ed Hinkla wished to counteract, he at- it, made tho judge mistake pique and when sho told him she wanted a new ring was reached, simultaneously with 3. We arc offering Special Bargains in Brown and Bleached Cotthe exchange of vow, Mrs. E T. Packard tempted to do so, wlien the republican disappointment for conviction. Better hat. appropriate tons, Flannels and other domestics. ruffians headed by the county Judge and hang on to tho old ship and vote tho Eighty guests at a recont Iowa wed- - renderod tho beautiful and We buy our Ladies' and Misses Tho music sheriff attacked him with knives and pis- ticket straight. Some of thoso who are dinz have becomo ill and three have solo. "O.TakoMv Heart." w. tols and would have killed him had not so excessively conscientious now will died. Tho doctors can not locate the I'Dwnuou wiwi imh wonwui making it ilouuly impressive. Aiier mo ex causo. better counsel prevailed. Though guilty have "a heap of trouble ceromony Rev. Maiden invoked a beneof no offense, except an effort to right a plaining why they bolted, if they ever Two mon were killed and 30 injured bridal couple, wronp placed upon his party, tho cow- offer for office again. in a fight near Brussels, originating in a diction of happiness on tho andoneoftho candelnbras was extin- Direct from the Manufacturers. The above facts must necessarily ardly thugs arrested him and a willing lovo affair. convince every wide buyer why he should visit our store and In his Bpeech at ColumbiaCongrcssman ool of a judge bound him over in $1,000 Fire caused tho loss of one life and guished, suggestive tf tho happy union. John W. Lewis said "if any democrat 1300.000 worth of property at Ports- The bride's grcn and girlish beauty was get the latest and save time and money. Read the to keep ttie peaco, which we suppose greatly enhanced by tho sweet simplicity means that he must keep his mouth shut says I am a liar he is a liar himself." As mouth, Va. no one had intimated that ho was a liar Marlborough is en a of her costume, soft French organdy, ripin regard to republican methods, no mat The Duke of pling in filmy folds ovor an underdress of res terhowBeounderly they may bo. The Mr. Lewib was evidently suffering from a visit to Lexington and the Besides, when a man gion to buy horses. silk. Tho gown was cut In tho last centu dispatch from Manchester which tells of guilty conscience. Below for this week. Ladies' Outfit ry Btyle. Tho high colUr and eoft ribbon d outrage concludes: "It is called a liar if he is a Kentuckian and this The Advocate says that Joo Going, fastened with maidenhair ferns. Eight yards double width dress goods with all linings $2 oo is a pity that voters of Kentucky can not has any grit he doesn't follow the Ohio who used to be a prominent and wealthy belt were Tho flowing tulle veil, which completely A nice pairdongola patent tip shoes Btjrle of saying "you are another," and I oo see how republican rule works in Clay negro there, is dead. enveloped her form, was canght up by a Suit of .. county. It would banish every thought think that thai wipes out the insult, but o Underwear A decree of divorce on tho ground of singlo pearl. Brides' roses veiled in mai".. of republican domination in the State goes for his accuser liko a thousand of incompatibility has been granted to Mis. Sailor Hat 20 denhair fern comprised tho bouquet car brick. The 4th district Congressman is Amelie Rivea Ohanler. One important county official is an ried by the brido. Miss Harriet Hocker, evidently a Don Quixote. One of the deputy sheriffs is a The entire outfit for $2 CO Fire in a Cincinnati tenement caus -- maid of honor, wore whlto organdy over negro Another important person, and three Beashell hoy's outht: Tub Carrollton Commercial, a republi- ed the doath of one taffeta. Tho skirt finishing wnn official is under indictment for murder, can paper, has suspended publication. others were fatally burned. an Elizabetheau rucho. The collar and Knee Pants Suit $ 75 and thousands of dollars are due the Such an announcement was to be exThe L. & N. will put on an Atlanta bolt of her costume wero caught together Overcoat ;... 1 25 county from defaulting officials who City pected later, but it was thought thatsuch special, which will mako tho Gate with knots of "Break o' Dawn" carna- Pair of Shoes , 75 have neither been punished nor made concerns would hold on till after the in 15 hours from Louisville. tions. Tho same pretty idea was carried Hat 25 pay up." The way to prevent Buch have put out a full Tho democrats election. Tho campaign fund must bo out in the ftocka of the bridesmaids. making things occurring elsewhere is to vote the runnnig short or more likely the mana- municipal ticket in Louisville, Their decollete corsagt'B wero finished Entire Outfit, $3 00 democratic ticket. Let every lover of gers have found that it is a wasto of three now out, with a fourth expected. with Elizabethean niching. EacIi carriBpeech and of opinion do so MKNS' QUTI'IT freedom of Near Hattiesbur, Mlsa., Mrs. F. D. ed butterfly bouquets of "Brenk o' Dawn paper to use printer's ink and white and drive the party of proscription and them in this fight. The average republi Hawthorne was shot through a window Mrs. James R. Suit of Clothes 00 carnations and ferns. v negro is suspected of the tyranny to destruction. can can not read and the majority of mid ktllol. A Gudgell wore a smart frock of black and Laundered White Shirt 50 crime. ,. white twisted silk and black satin, trim- Suit of Underwear 50 Tub battle of Perry ville, the 33d anni- those who can do not do so. Over 100 deaths havo occurred from med with duchesse lace and jet. She Derby Hat, black or brown 25 versary of which was celebrated TuesAnd Chattanooga too is redeemed A flux in Leslie county. Eight members of carried Mermot roses. 1 Mrs. James Pair of Shoes of the soldiers who day by a 2; Clay Evans 1,300 John Joseph's family of 10 are among the year ago Bhe gave H. Latimer, mother of the groom, wasattir fought on both sides of that bloody con- majority for governor. Tuesday she sent victims. ed in a rich black brocaded Bilk. Sho carEntire Outfit $6 50 flict, was not only the moot important of his candidate for mayor to grass by a The mayorhas determined that the the 138 fought in Kentucky, but one of majority of 07, although the issue was prize fight Bhall not come off at Louis- ried white roses. Tho assembled compa the great actions of the late war. Of the plainly joined whether or not the dem- ville no matter what terms may he agreed ny, which was composed of the society people from Independence, together with 25,000 Federal soldiers actually engaged ocrats should bo rebuked for seating on. Good. Bl-Zmany friends from a distance, in evening 4,000 were killed and woanded, while of Turney as governor of the State over prize fight The the 15,000 Confederates who fought, 6, Evans. As his own home has gone back will he pulled oil at Hot Springs, the laws drees. Mr. and Mrs Latimer left Friday A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor,. 000 were lost by death or wounds. Those on him, Mr. Evans' littie boost for the of Arkansas only making prize fighting a morning amid alio ers of rice and flowAters for a Southern tour, taking in the T; D. RANEY, Manager. who remember the day Bay it was much has gone glimmering, misdemeanor. lanta exposition. They will beat home such a one as last Tuesday. A drouth just like Brer. Bradley's will a month young man Branch Stores. Bud Fair, a to friends at Independence after October had prevailed for months and water was hence. of McKinney, Tex., committed Buicide Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, 20. bo scarce that men and beast perished for hpcuiiRa of certain slanders which ha J Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. What fools we mortals be! The old of it. There is a legend that the want CHURCH AFFAIRS. been circulated about him. battle was precipitated by each army cracked Liberty bell, which jangles not A Catholic priest, at Genesee, N. Y., Rfv. W. W. Bruce, of Hustonviile, wishing to gain possession of a spring. at all, even out of tune, was accorded ova- was sentenced to eoven years' imprisonwill preich at tho Presbyterian church tions all along the line from Philadelphia At any rate the troops would have fought ment for asaaulting a girl who was a here Sunday morning and nhiht. to the death for water before the con- to Atlanta and tens of thousands of peo- member of his congregation. Elder J. S. Sweeney has for tho 2flth desperate was their ple gathered to do honor to tho relic of flict was over so Benjamin Riley, a colored man, died Full course in Literary Department. consecutive year been elected pastor of the revolution, which is as carefully and suffering. thirst Augustine, Fla., the other day, of gold studded at St. prjeti-- c Five Months with Board,&c, for $S$, guarded as if it were tho Puns Christian church, by a $90, $95, according to grade. 100,000, amassTub people of Indiana have gotten with diamonds and as tenderly cared for leaving an estate worth f illy unanimous vote. ed by industry and frugality. enough already of republican methods as if it were the offspring of royalty. Elder George Dtiraio is lecturing on J. M. HUBBARD, Pkusidhnt, Secretary Carlisle is to confine himand on Tuesday in Indianapolis gavo his Recent Travols in the Orient and it is Howard Female College, self chiefly to the dpfenso of sound mon- hoped ho will Gallatin, Tennessee. that party a very severe rebuke. Thomas take in Stanford on his Waltom. of the Intkrioii Journal ey in his speech before the Tariff Reform rounds Taggart, democratic candidate for mayor, and a colored preacher are engaged in a even if the editor does break his Saturday evening. and the entire ticket were elected by war of words. Richmond Pantagraph. Club at Boston next leg every time ho lectures here. SenIn bis speech at Elizabethtown nearly 4,000 majority. The democrats Look here, you black republican, this is. The Memphis Commercial Appeal, ator Lindsay propheeied that if Kentuc- of Monday, have also a majority in the council. As not your put in. We may intimate that contains liberal quotations ky went democratic this time the dem Indianapolis is President Harrison's Smith, of Mt. Vernon, is off color, befrom Knv. W. E. Ellis' first sermon rh The Place to Buy presidency in 1S90 home, he did not state too soon that he cause he is onr mutton, but you shantdo ocrats would win the pastor of the Linden Street Christian Prof. Loriain L. Langaforth, for 20 church in that city. was out of tho raco for the next presi- it, you ugly rascal, you. Smith is no It was on the sin of years a professor in Yale, and for 15 infidelity and the speaker was highly dential nomination. The kind of a more of a npgro than you are. years a minister, died of apoplexy complimented. damper as has just been thrown on him Wc sell at the Cheapest Price. Tub court of appeals has settled the while delivering a sermon at Dayton. O. would havo crushed any ambitions he Dr. Joseph Bullou held a W.Gaines, chairman of meeting at Albany, Clinton Capt. John may havo had in that direction. The bank tax question by refusing to count v, I disgusting scenes in the last Legislature the case. If it was fully eatisfied origi- the democratic county committee in which resulted in 12 additions. It was Franklin, was fined $25 for asaaulting al- right among Raccoon John Smith' kinH which was a intensely republican have nally that it was right this is eminently By an Experienced Pharmacist. ho folk, several of whom attended. Dr. B. made the democrats of Indiana deter- proper. Litigation and doubt were keep- most to death a scarlet woman, whom mined to rescue her from the thraldom ing money out of the treasury and ma- warned not to have any fnrther relatiouB baptized seven young ladies in a iarge terially affecting the hanking business, with his son. As tho son is the captain spring. of that party. of the McCreary Guards it looks like ho which is not necessarily an evil one. Mr. J. O. Hays had a letter from Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Covington grand jury is looking ought to have been able to take care of Rev. George O. Barnes yesterday saylrg The into the Goebel murder case again and it himself. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. that he and his troupe would arrive tois hoped that an indictment will be The Odd Fellows in Grand Lodge nt morrow and that he will preach at tho G B. Cooper, chairman of the demo Bowling Green elected Dr. C. P. Merefound against the cowardly murderer of o Sunday nt3r.it. and 7.30 cratic carapaigri committee, presents in dith, of Eminence, grand master; C. T. Banker Sandford. If tho m. and after that, at night until fur i bluffer who represents the district in the another column of this issue eomo indis- Kline, of Winchester, deputy grand mas- ther notice. ARK UP TO DATE. Senate could be made to pull hemp or putable evidence, as if such evidence ter; II. J. Strung, of Richmond, grand Program of tho Lincoln County ChrisWe can furnish you with Genuine Hair Mattresses, Cotton Mattresswear stripes it would bo a groat victory were necessary, that the republicans aro warden; R. G. Elliott, of Lexington, tian Missionary Convention to bo held running our fiscal affairs with a high grand secretary; Geo; W. Morris, of Loues, Kxcelsior Mattresses. Genuine Hartford Weave Springs at 3 00, for law and order, by Bhowing the comat Hustonvillo Oct. 10, 1S05. hand, piling up expenses to create more isville, grand treasurer; J. Frank Grant, the best in the world for the money. We are always up to date in Devotional exercises at 10 a. m. mon people that they who stain their taxes, already too high or the good we of Petersburg, grand representative. The Address at 10.15 by Rov. W. L. Wil- styles and at the bottom in prices. In fact wc have made prices that hands with the blood of their fellows "Tho Power of tho small retail dealers arc paying. Come to sec us. It will be a pleasure no matter how high they get out of them. The promises of re- initiations within the year just closed liams, I shall suffer, stand financially, socially or politically. trenchment and reform made with such were 63,845; total membership 790,705; Addnjsa 10:45 by J. T. Brown, "Preach to show you the largest and most complete line of Furniture, Carpets, a flourish of trumpets a year ago were Wallpaper, Window Shades ever handled in this city. total revenue S8.427.S70.53l relief for the the Wcjd. largely Address 11:10, W. T. Brooks. year3,323,311.0G. The New York Press contains a good made only to he broken and the Report of churches, 11:30. of Mr. increased expenses are not a surprise to picture and a splendid write-u- p Liniler, 12 o'clock. any but the gullible. Mr. Cooper's adSamuel Judson Roberts, the enterprising MATRIMOrjmMATTERS. Devptionitl exercises 1:00 i m. who foot Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stan ford, "Ivy. and accomplished editor of tho Lexing- dress ought to stimulate those Address 1 15, J. L. Allen, "Individual Fred Ollia and "Miss J Mary Adams, rewire married at Responsibility of Chriatiais " Mr. Roberts' wonderful suc- the bills to renewed effort to prevent ton Leader. End, Address 1:40, J. Q. Montgomery, "The getting a further foothold both of the East cess with his paper in an uninviting field publicans from Elder J. G. Livingston's by that gentle- Goepel for the World " upon poor old Lincoln. shows what eDergy and determination I man yesterday. Address 2:10, B. J. Pinknrton, "Tho will do and marks him as a genius of unEssential Need." Young, aged 4J. and Miss of old Charlie Moore John Lincoln friends Report of evangelist, 2:30. usual order. He is a gentleman too, ev- may regret to hoar that he is in durance Williams, 36, botll of tho Waynes-burP W. Carter, Ohmn. of him; and although a bitter vile in Louisville. The U. S. grand jury ery inch section, were married at William partisan, never forgets that other people has indicted him for Bonding the Blue Morgan's Wednesday, j E. Thompson, of Missouri, bought have rights and opinions that, when hon- Grass Blade through the mails, which The Kansas City Joornal contains n live yearling jacks from W. L. Caldwell & est, are entitled to respect. contained matter, the grand jury says, column account of the t larriage of Miss Hon for 1500. Advocate. J. G. Biirnsidts of Garrard, sold to Chester to Yesterday was the 27th anniversary that "is bo obscene, lewd, lascivious and Mary Lee McCaleb R lich occured Mr. W. J. Giilispie 17 1.040 pound cattle at All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing, at 3.85 and to A. I. & L. Gibbs 17 would be improper for a Charles W. Latimer, w ol the first Cuban attempt at liberty. indecent that it done in first class style. church, Ii dependence, last 4c. Several have been made since, but the particular description to appear in the the Christian records of this court." Uncle Sam is a Thursday evening. The auditorium was present effort is the most determined beautifully decorated with ferns and NEW ADVEttTlSEMENTs. and promises to result in success. The mighty bad man too project with and Hairy Heathen has got his foot deep flowers. A solid mass of green around and Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic country are rapidly com- the people of this extending to the rear 0 the altar formed last, ing to sympathize with these subjects of into it at I Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. n hpAiitfful background 'for the fair forme a tyrannical dynasty and it begins to According to the list tiled by County K1KLEY. MR. stood before them. A largo heart EXPERIENCED PmSTESL look like the United States will yet go to Clerk J. F. Cummino for publication in that Tho undersigned committee will until Oct. 30, got any bus- this paper, but which was handed in loo formed of pink carnations and rosebuds Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trhl. their rescue. Spain hasn't for pauper medical practice of hung suspended above the place where ln, receive bidstlie county to bo divided accordLincoln county, iness owning Cuba, anyway. She nat- late for this issue, the road claims foot dlitrictt oscept Stanlord tne bridal party etood in front ol the al- ing to old magisterial will be combined and urally belongs to us. up 13,203.03. This is much more than tar. Tho floral heart was pierced with n and Hubble prectnctiFlat precincti combined, Crab and Orchard and Walnut UBual, but not sufficient to raiso the exThe bids will be received for these white arrow. Cupid'a.bow of white medicines, rile bids Gek. Madonk, the "hero of the crater" physicians are to furnish the aggerated report that went out concernand Bmiiax just above showed with county clerk. M. DAVISON, and of many othor hard fought battles ing G ) them, which stated that they were from whence came tho dart. Instead of J. V, CUMMINS, SCom'teo. in war and peace, surrendered to the ?8,000. LANCASTER, KY., B. 1'AXrON, J. the conventional ribbonB to reservo the last enemy Tuesday and bia demise Ceiling, Flooring andjgall kinds Has now on hand Weather-BoardinLook here, if vou owe this office anv seats for intimate friends and relatives cf marked the end of a most picturesque Had ho not turned repu'bing, and there are nine chances to one the contracting parties, Soflthern moss Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F," O. B. of character. Hotel of 13 ationist and republica for tho Bake ."that you do, come in court day and pay waa used to perform this office. Over cated. Good rooms with fixtures. Splendidly lo- Stanlord, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow garden and orchard, line opening cande-labra- B for an enterprising man. Will be sold at a baroffice, Virginians would have been proud it. If you don't come, send it. Wo have tho whole floral scene two ailver Poplar, we arc prepared to meet competition from all points on call Bhed a mellow glow, heightening gain, for particular!U. on or address, goes hence almost waited until patience has ceased to be a of bim, but aa it is bo D. EDMISTON, Agent, Crab Orchard, Ky. cash orders. virtue. the color effect and emphasizing tho ar-- : nnwept, unbonored and unsung. oemi-Weekly Interior Journal "self-respe- ct THB biu-vl- vo TniiiciTrilla sfnPD JJULUDY11HJ UUU1U, j semi-circle- ...... y" CAPES AND CLOAKS, Blue-gras- SPECIAL BARGAINS . high-hande- m ict. I ,..4 1 re-uni- on THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STLlTFOKID, Corbett-Fitzaimmo- ns well-know- n Educate Your Daughters. IVIc Roberts' Drug Store Compounded SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES 10-da- y n Prescriptions Carefully IB- - "W- - M'EOBERTS, cou't-hous- bull-dozi- ng Our : Winter : Beddings Eld-Oi- B. WITHERS & HOCKER, Ver-saili- g St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. 1,100-pounder- Horse Shoeing and Blacksmithing of all Kinds. TO PHYSICIANS a. E. EE B The Noel Planing MillCo. g, FOR SALE! Ci-i- -- x Urn -- u ,r..r,r.- - - -- ,L,wa.riy..; ... V .mi-Wee- kly Interior Journal 11, 1895 A new lino O.sy.x tables leather bolts at Shanks'. at Danks, the joweler. Stanford, Kt., - Ocroncu E. C. Buy Oo. a" Wonder.'' "w. He Can't Split & U. Wearen the Wood. Hhiinks. K0 Walton, Business Manager go to Jesse D. Wearen. But "The Wonder" will burn it not snlit. For tho best aud cheapest Fall suits cobs, etc., just suit it. knots, sticks. is5 Full stock of heating stoves, &c at " Oun Krent jewelry and silverware nale liiggins & McKinnoy's. ia Mill on. OtlwrH nrn unttlnir tlin iinat goods for tho leiwt inonoy. Why not Wrapper goods and crepons in great you? Penny's Druir ami .iHwnlry Store. variety just receive I at Shankn'. 9 SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. Call and sec it and then "Wonder" why you have not bought one long ago. PERSONAl POINTS. Mr. and Miih. Mo.ntik Fox, of ville, Iirvo n girl. . DanIn J Fall and Winter Stock Complete. V Mhb. Nancy Wkahe.v ia visiting her brother in Loxinton. Miss Mahy 13us8K, of Ottenheim, went to Louisvillo Tuesday. .Mit. J. 1 Sanudfbh, general life insur ance agent, la at the til. Asaph. Mas. 1 W. Giikkn is in Lexington for a few days, tho guest of relatives. Mu. Jos. i Buhto.v, of Montgomery, is on a visit to his sweetheart hero. Misa DoftA Stkauh has gone to Orange, Texas, to take charge of a millinery. Mibs Callie I1oiiton went over to Lexington yesterday to visit friends. Misa Jknnik Myers, of Mr. Levi Myers, is very ill of typhoid o;oo fever. Uait. W. II. Kiiuiy and wife ore visiting iu Carlisle, the captain's boyhood home. Mks. J. I. McKinmky and Mr. V. G. McKiumy, of Montgomery, are visiting relmitih nero. .. .. Tl wiirt ukuhok uiiundy hou .uru. JOI1D 0. M Eiroy, of Lebanon, are guests of Everything in the way of Dress Goods, Wraps, Trimmings, Un Mru. iV. P. Tate. derwear, Hosiery, Blankets, &c, &c. Best stock we ever had. All Mn. It. M. Jackson, of London, bankkinds of goods arc advancing but having bought our stock early we er, horseman, politician and all around will make no advance, but really offer most goods cheaper than ever good fellow, is here. Miu. Piiuihb Ckowdus, who haa been before. Wc hope to have you come down and sec our stock, but ii visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. O.Itupley, has returned home. you cannot do so write us for samples. Mkb. J. G. UuuNBiuK, of Gatrard, took the the train hero yesterday for Nashville to visit relatives. J uncut It. J. Bkkckinridgk made a sublimely patriotic speech at tho Perry-vill- o reunion Tuesday. Line is immense. No trashy goods at all. Even at 25c per Miis. Taylor Whitehead and Miss Serges, Novelties, &c, 36 inches wide. Mayme Cardin, of Louisville, have been yard wc offer good, Mixtures and all plain colors. Novelties in Silk and Wool, IJouclc, visiting Mrs. 13. N. Holler. Mrs. K. G. Hail and son, Wearen, of h pure wool German and Mixtures at 39c. A great line of Somerset, are visiting her parents, Mr. Plaids for Waists and forChildrcn's Dresses at 50c a yard. Finer plaids and Mrs. George D. Wearen. at 75c, $1 and $1.50 per yard. Plaids arc immensely popular. Choice Wk regret to observe that our townsline of exclusive novelties at 75c, 85c, 1.00, 1.15 and 1.50; all our man, Mr. A. 0. Since, was defeated for grand warden of the I. O. 0. F. own uirccc importation irom Mu. Charlky Gkkks will go on the road for tho Standard Oil Company and will horottftor be known as "Coal Oil 2gg MimSaluk Cook, of llustonville, with her eiatera here. furniture for bailed Withers tfc Hocuer. " . John 8. Uiika is going to beard the lion in his den. He will speak at Lancaster, Oct. 28. Wk will exchanue hay and corn. The Teachers' AfBociation will meet at llustonville on the 2Gth, instead of the 10th as at first arranged. will sell W. H. WEAREN & CO. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in .i Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, During tho Latonta races the K. 0. round-tri- p tickets to Cincinnati 1 days. . Mrs. Burks' hotel in Lexington is on E. Short Btreot, 07j, instead of Lime stone. It is known aa "Tho Family Ho J Ave at fares, good for FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell -- at the lowest prices. tel." Notiiino better for a wedding presont d than one of our lovely Onyx tables, off by a beautiful silk shade banquet lamp. Danks, the jeweler. top-pa- ARE- Danville, Kentucky. grand-daught- er You Prepared 1 , 1 s- C While carelessly handling a riflu Mr. FOR THE WINTER. Charles Itenner was shot through one of his feet. Tho wound is a painful one If not you had better see us, and this is our reason. We will sell this, and Mr. Kenner will go on crutches for week and next awhile. 25 Boys' coats and vests at $2.50 to $4, worth $4 and $S. Geer, while practicing with the Put 25 Men's odd coats at Si. 50 to $4, worth from S3 to $7. Centre College foot ball club, fell and 25 Ladies' fall and winter Capes from 75c to $8. Every Cape worth-- ' broke hia collar bone. Ho ia at home at present, but a Binall matter like that from 1.25 to 12.50. doesn't bother him and he will soon be 25 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks from 1.00 to S.oo. No all right again. such goods ever offered at the price. Sam Neff, tho young son of Fred 25 Mens' Suits at 5.00. Better than anybody's 5.00 suit. Nf fl, who lives near J. M. Carter's store, 50 pairs mens' shoes at $1.50. The best shoe wc ever offered at hnd one of hia bands badly shot while that price. loading a pistol the other day. Dr. Cook We are now receiving the finest stock of Dress Goods and Trimwas called and found it necessary to am- mings, Capes, Cloaks and Jackets ever offered in the county of Linputate one of his lingers. coln and we propose to offer them at prices that will move them. . m OUR DRESS GOODS all-wo- 40-inc- Sheriff Newlond haa re ccived notice from Gov. Brown that he has offered a reward of 32C0 for the ar rest of Alex Rico, charged with the murder of Simon Uipgins. Wo also learn that the family will pay for the arrest. An entertainment will be given by tho pupils of Dr. Wm. D. Tardif, Jr'a color ed fchool at Walton'a Opera House, Friday evening, Oct. IS A rattlir g faice en titled "Too Much of a Good Thing," and military drill by 10 young ladies are the leading featurea. Music by Mies Lizzie A. Sinkler, pianist. Admiesion 16 and m Reward HUGHES & TATE, CAPES and JACKETS. HI BLACK GOODS. Everybody seems to favor black and wc have variety enough to please all tastes- - Imperial Serges from 25c to S5C Handsome En. glish Coating Serges at 75c, i.oo and 1.25. Storm and Cheviot Scr ges in ten styles of twill, all sellers. Mohair Sccillians, Fancy Mohairs, Mohair Crcpons and Mohair Serges. Itoucle in all qualities, in staple weaves, Armurcs, Henriettas, Cloths, Cords, Almas, Ucngalincs, &c. Jac-quar- d who has been 25c. here under tho treatment of Dr. Our Williamsburg correspondent, who has returned to Crab Orchard im- is also local editor of the Times of that place, reconty referred to the fact that proved. Ma. P. W. Giiekn returned from At- this paper had forgotten who is governor lanta Tuesday where he sold all but two of Texas and called him Gov. Hogg, of a car load of horses. Ho made some That we nre all liable to forget and make mistakes we observe that ho refers to money on tho trip. Mks. D. B. Kdmisto.v, Bro-naugb, Johnny." 'in newest shapes with melon sleeves, ripple and coat backs, and made A nice line of ladies MclntOBbes just of newest cloths, ranging in price from 5.00 to 25.00. More than 50 received at Shanks'. styles. Our line of Wraps at S. 00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.50 and of clothing just A superb line of jaunty style Jackets A ooonatline boys 15.00 is especially attractive. Shanks'. for Misses of 12 to iS years, made in latest styles at Coo to 12.00. BKAUTiruLsilk shade banquet lampB Children's Cloaks 1.75, and up. at Danks, tho leading jeweler. Kentucky's only democratic defaulter in CO years as "Jim" Tate. fJlTYANPViniMTY. " They have a judge in Chicago who is New goodn every day at Danks'. . . as jsulous of the dignity of his court as Fon oyBtore, celery and fruits eee E. J. our own Judge Sanfley, who threatened Foley. to lino Keg Mason, the clerk of Garrard, A NKv and large line of neck wear at far taking his coat off in court on a hot We did not carry over a wrap from last season. All arc entirely Shanks'. day, and didjlue a fellow here for ad- drePhing him while on the witness stand new. Wc have Capes and Jackets. Both arc meeting with equal Window gland and putty at W. B. as "brother." Tho Chicago jurist sent favor. Wc have a great line of Cloth Capes at 2.00, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00 McHoberts.' one man to jail for answering "not on and up to 2000. Plush and Vclour Capes, very "dressy," with fur Look at our $VJ, i'Si, $7.50 fur capes. your life, judge," and another who reand jet trimming, from 6.00 to 35.00. Strictly new style Jackets; cut Soverunce it Son. " sponded to a question "nit." ... 500 NEW WRAPS. . BmactmmBMinmwKnmmwmimmMmmwBmmmBmtamBttmimBmmmmmiamB3uaMBmMmMmwwtiiii i Mr. M. F. North has opened his campaign and is making the welkin ring with oratory. He invited Mr. King to mpet him on the stump and diecuaa tho issue?, but he recognizes tho precedent Bradley, the head of the party, and makes himself conspicuous for his absence. Mr. North is doing his du Wk will exchnugo furniture fur rag ty for the Stato and local ticket. Let evcarpets. Withers & Uocker. ery democrat do his and we shall have no moro of radical misrulo in this coun Some extra nice Poland China alioata ty for sale. Both aexes. J. 0. McClary. 9 . of the skylight tunnel bo Ready-mad- e A cave-iOur leader is 100 dozen Ladies' Vests and pants made to sell at or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any manj Pocket knives and razord guaranteed. on account of slight imperfection wc bought them s.o we Soo our now lino. W. II. Wearen & Co. twoen Richmond and Livingston has 50c, but made things lively on tho Richmond can sell at 25c. The pants arc ribbed to knee and both arc full size and If you come to town court day buy Branch of the K. 0. this week. All equal to regular 50c underwear. Wool mixed and all wool vests, pants vour shoes aud boots of Severance & trains have to go and come via Rowland and they pass Lancaster so often that the CTt.H.BAUOHMAN. S. H. BAUGHMAN. and union suits, 50c to 3.00. Extra good values in children's under- Son. entire population there that goes to see wear. Ant tight heaters lor coal or wood, overy train pass is kept at tho depot something new in stove line. Higgins A all tho time. A heavy force is at work McKinney. on tho obstruction and it will likely be blue Berg-e- a cleared Get our prices on black and . and heuriettaa before investing. W. Entirely new line of Lace Curtains, 35 new patterns from 1.00 pr. Dr. Steele Bailey announces that the II. Shanks. next quarterly meeting of the Central .. toS.oo. Swiss ruffled curtains 1.75 to 3.50 per pair. Silk Chenille Try Mine of our brands and you will have no other Fancy Patent No i, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family. adver- Kentucky Medical Association will be in liclle of Lincoln and Creole. The committee of fiscal court Porticrrcs from 1.00 to Five Dollars each. Wc will save you money tises in another column for pauper med- tho Odd Fellows Hall, Lancaster, on on these articles. Thursday, 17th inst., commencing at : : : : ical practice. 10:30 o'clock a. m Dr. Price, of all kinds, mixed and crushed to order Corn, Rye, Foil good, strong harness, lap robes will open tho discussion on Our Specialties Sed of all Feed orders mutt be accompanied with the cash. Shipstufi", cr Oats, BarAddress call on and horse blankets at your own price, Pleurisy aud its Differential Diagnosis. ley and Brau. Remember see M. 8. & J. W. Baughman. & The section on the Progress of Practical colognes, bay rum, Flori- Surgery will bo presented by Dr, Harvey Perfumery, da water. Extracts for the handker Curran, of Danville. chief. Our Btock comprises all of the The first woman in bloomers ever Been " popular odors. Craig & Uocker. on Stanford streets showed up Tuesday. . She was tho wifo of G. W. Clark, of We have tho largest, handsomest and Chicago, and they were en route, to Atmost completo lino of queenBwaro, glass- lanta on their v. heels. It took them 5 ware and lamps ever brought to Stan days to ride from tho Windy City to ford. We aro also headquarters for stoves Louisville. Clark is a bridge jumper and " of all kinds. Farris & Hardin. for f 100 was to dive from the Jefferson-vil- le bridgo when ho was arrested and The First Shipment of these Handsome Goods Have Arrived. Call reminder that The rain was onlv a and sec them. auch precipitation used to occur und was prevented. Tho woman created quite a almost before It Btarteu. oinco men sensation here. She had pretty woll crinn it has been clear and cool, with heavy rounded limba and old men and young frost and much Ice yesteruay. jenu&y gathered to eeo her off, after she bad spent tho night at the St. Asaph, will bo fair and warmer. imm -- "usea LADIES' UNDERWEAR. Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, m n f H. : J. ; M'ROBEBTS. CURTAINS. STANFORD ROLLER MILLS to-da- y. Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal Har-rodsbu- rg, SEED WHEAT Always On Hand. J. H. BAUGHMAN CO., !i Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. SILK SHADES, BANQUET LAMPS, ONYX TABLES. Danville, Kentucky. DANKS, The Jeweler. V i i ittitmmmmti rBflV,TTyi upw' ITEMS. j sWssfrsasssssipps .1 I ..,.. ' I iMiMMinf ' 'r'T'rft''"s'iririiiaySiiiaafn'hl Iff V IWBEIgBiBfflff '-- " MlWit ""JW1SS "'- i iLT-- Semi-Week- ly James Wilson, a brakeman en tho M. F. Elkin bought of Adam Penco Louisville and Nashville, was caught beb bunch of hogs at 3Jc. "WsJ Pabllshod Every Tuosday and Friday Lum Simons, bought Carrie Onward, tween tho cars at Cumberland Gap and JBtasj tlMflU killed. 2: 14 J, for the low price of $525. "' Attorney Law, MrB. Julia Ann Reed, widow of John John Uoltzclaw bought in Boylo n not lapaid 32, 50 will be charged." - : bunch of extra good two year-ol: Ky. cattlo P. Reed, and mother of Mies Josephine Reed and Mra. Hubert McGoodwin, died K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. at "c. Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Office on Main Street, Opposite the At PfHtitur, III., Charles h. Smith House. Collections receive especial attention. 83 A few yearlings and a few good suck at Danville, aged SO. Trains leave Stanford u 7.15 a. in nJ 3 p. ra. Mies Lizzie Goddard, of Burnslde, was sentenced to hang Novombdr 29. ling mules wanted. J. W. Baugbman, arriving at 4:30 p m. and g:ao p. In. 1 Ky., took her first rido on the card Sat- When tho sentt'tice was pronounced the 3TOB. Stanford. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. New goods of the latest styles Just received. Estuay. Red bull, will weigh about urday and died from fright. She waa 10 mother of the child murdered by Smith A farm with good dwelling and all necessary In and see the Isrgj.t and best assorted line .., .... i .... .. ;'"'i No. 14, Train going North.. outbuildings, i mites Msulhwest of llu.teuvilte. ever brought to Stanford. Prices as low as the ta a;p ra COO poundB. Catne to ray place Sept. 2S. years old and had always been afraid of criuu our: ..t nm ?" ..i... Kilty er boacrcs to go In corn, 40 to en in wheat lowest. No,6. " tho cars. ijan .3 04 p m Jaroefl MesRer. " South So. as, .13 acres in and as or jo to go in tic p. Twcnly-r.vMISSLICC1K IIKAZLKV, A Quaxtor Contury Tost. " Tho Federal Veterans' Association " . t 15 p ru good No. Stanferd, Ky Mule colts pold at Harrodsburg Monk's. All first class land. Terms, Money Kent in Advance a quarter ot a century Dr. King's New DIsLawrenceburg ....... ..... had as M;Tor QUEEN & CRESCENT. Sale hc m.lke.t day as low as 50, a dollar above tho ser- met at iwea Vbea.m rrow itsand testny to itswho have Also jou llushels Hurt Oats for S I'OWKLL, guests of honor tho Confederates anil ltCcivesi h. use 13ASTIN vice fee to the mure. llu.ionville, Ky. Train past Junction City at follows war veterans. Seven States 11.48 a m No 3 North ...3.3? p m No. South Walton "Wiikat. I have a lot of and 44 regiments were represented. Crab Orchard, Ky. " 3 ' 35 P rn 13.15am ' 4 variety for Bale for seed. : : ' 3 " 11 35 m " 6 " ...1.1 j a m this very fine Meet all Trains.nlght and day. Patrons taken to AIOX Camden WAS 8llOt twice by y guaranteed tTivc rl.for the money will be " 9 " 8 40 p in ' 10 ...6.00 a m G.O. Givona, Stanford.. any part of town Free of Charge. tube the mult teUAnU Deputy George Coulter, who sought to rpf "cgi,, "nd cid" rnai bottle, free at a. h. Note. Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur- The Nicbolasvillo trota wore not a her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. Good Livery Attache). Fare of Hotel I,,oo per arrest him, near Danville. Camden was lVtmv' drug fre. Largemc oc amlSi. A. II 1IASTIN, Prop. 8Cc:eB9 financially or other wiao.The com. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. "rwounded in five diflerent places, but is pany loBt 5500 or more. SUMMBK. SPRING AND good chances for recov Offers his services o the people ol West Lin- W. S. Dutch, M. Newland, s still alive, with F. K.Tribble bought of various coln and Casry Counties Ally, at Law. Deputy Sheriff ery. He was charged with disturbing a Something tO ISoaUtify the LadiC3. and Caskets always on hand.Vull stock: of ColSns 18 good calves at nn average of $12.75 1) 8. Cariicuttr. Mansiter oj church meeting. The otlicer is a broth c& and 30 stock hogB at 3J to 4c. and lacesl M. S. IlAt CHHAN of this to mi. Pally opmining. New Hats, flow J. V. lUlQHMAh. Foil Sale. 23 long yearling steers, or of Mr. T. A. ConlteY, tradn that they wil. We Conoral Colloctors, Eiwiu Porter, son of Hon. W. L. find sUetheaasnrance ti the Mine czcluslveness in our ts.ablishsaeut the average S50 nounds: Btrictly good. 11. II. n style of patterns, hats and bennets and all the of Glasgow, who attended Hog Porter, Orchard, Ky. for which e aic Stanford, Lincoln Oo., Kentucky? Bronaugh, Crab leallsg noseltles in Millinery raorKiKToHs- by Wilkee Boy, sett Academy at Danville last ersaion, kbowi throug'iouia the country. Constantino, I hae seemed trimmer fr the seaWeefTer our lervleis tothepublic todo a gen of typhoid fever. His son. Thanking you tur past favors, wc respect eral Collecting !luinei Accounts, notes, etc sold at Lexipgton Tuesday to Pete Dun-ye- died Monday fully solicit year patronage hetetef.ro so literally LIVEUY, celloclcd In all parts ol the county. 11 6m brother, Robert, is down with the same bestoed. M. U. DODDRRAR' of New York, for $7,1C0. KATK DUUUhKAK, Manager. & disease. Deceased whb a brother of Mre. The Climax says that Carithers STABLK, Mamie Porter Terry, who used to visit Beard bought 27 mules at $25 to $S5. - Kontucky. Misses Owsloy here in her girlhood Many ealeB of mule colts wero made at the I will go to any place where there are six or THE days. mere cattle 10 uehorn. I do the work $15 to 40. If you nrvd livery give us a call Nothing but Lightning Dehoruer. Can dehorn anywith the A duel occurred at M.ixville between cw in seconds. 1 he makpsa In Cincinnati cattle are stronger at two voung cousins, John and l'rocter EXPOSITION for rates, turnouts Mill leave our stable. Sic us thieedess not crush knife bie.lt theclean, smooth in our cut, nor hern, at the at 4 05 for good shipper"; hogs aro active clipper dos't. Ills the only humane way Sutsivuiaker. They quarreled at a church Do HARNESS SHOP not punish the animal like the saw, 4 for select shipper?; extra sheep 3 to 3; WILL I1K HELD and the wound gets well as quick again aa that door tho night before, and after being You will find a good assortment of llainr-M- , made by the saw. For further information, call best lambs 4c. separated, agreed to go out of the town Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. Saddle. Ac Have your repairing dene by ' O. A. PKYi UN, Stanford, Kr. Absolutely Pure. our man, he understands his busmen. Wc have a Yo Tambieu, one of the best race See the Lightning Pruning Hook. (in. olditnlnu 101. limits and shoot it out. """' lclTn mechanic in our rlrta Tpits, over On ground traversed retired A cream of tarter baking pow- mnrcs in the country, will belias won 10 paces they fired five shots at each oth Sherman threw tlii firstbyshell into Atlanta 31 which years BLACKSMITH SHOP. ago, the FxpoMiion Is fast taking shape. The der. Highest of all in leavening from tho turf and bred, bno er. Procter was probably fatally wound ccllent rilay ta.ilitis ol the great Will guarantee first class vrk aad Mtlsfict ir over tlOO.OOO. strength. Latest United States od. hor aHor. dice Tiy -- Sales of 150 good feeding cattle at 3 Successors to J II. Hlggins, D.alers in Government Food Report. of 1,100 pounds at 2J to 4 and to 3J; 70 If your childien are subject to croup watch for Public Sab of a Fins 3h,'!lras5 Farm. SOYALBAKING POWDER 00., wauling mnlea at $30 to $50 aro report the first symptom of the disease heflnect-ss- . If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is given as soon 106 Wall Stroot, Now York. ed in the Winchester Democrat. as the child becomes hoarse It will Situated in Lincoln county, Ky., about S miles J. Monroe Leer's large stock born attacx. Even after the croupy coughprevent the doutacasiri waiivme aliu same distance from Kv. has appearA. G. Lacha.--. ROUTE John B. Cattleman. Stamford and al mile, from Shelby City, containburned, together with 17 lino ed the attack can always be prevented bt givi e in Bourbon We will lonunue the owl business at Mr. Higthis remedy. It Is also invaluable lor colds aas And its connections to Atlanta, together with lew ing about xt acres, is a high stale of cultivation. 1 his Is the well kltflon I vl Hubble farm ami gles' old stn.t ana will liirron hasHl at all times Jpcfcs, two fine hordes, and a big lot of whooping cough. For sale bv Crai .V Hoclcr, ra Iway rales, will enable the people to make a the very best i. .1 whit a we will deliver promptly. one of the best watered Ksrms in Unlucky, havtrip at hut sasall feed. The stock was insured lor ?U,UU0 Stanford, Ky. ing eight neter failing springs and Knob Lick Ws will soil .trtctljr for uih and will make it to I he ijieen & Crescent runs superb ves'lhuled Creek running the interest of the people ot mis xclloti to pay entire place. 'I he and barn for $500. traias with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, idence contains througn thealt nccessaiy outbuild- Cash. 10 j; Cate attd Ubser. atl.m Cars, troas Cmcinnatt dtrn t ings and numerous rooms, Came to my hono several dayo hco, larje and small barns Fencing Tax-PayeLexingthrough of Lincoln O. to Atlanta, passing f Iaulrean Georgetown,More than all in gond repair 225 pounds, with To the en route a sow weighing about ton, Somer ct and Nile will take place at Danville, Ky , at t e'clk. rates uillc. shortest line Special low A. S. t'uee pica. Ownor can get them by parAsk your iustea ,V Crescent to the Kxpoiitlen The t x for the year 189$ Is long past due. By agent something about it In detail. Write to Monday, October 21 . 1895 Surgeon ing for this uoticn and their keep. E. law I have to settle with the Stat the last of November. The tax must be paid before I can settle A J. L Tt.K, D. P. A , - Chattanooga, Tenn County court day. Terms liberal and to suit tie SUnford. urcnaser ror lurtner particulars apply Mis. Dentist, So the will please Loire D. I. A , - - Cincinnati, O. Si. J Hubble, Dantille. Ky or Nine shares of stock in the Farmers pay promptly without further dcl.y. forward and CHAS. W. F.LL. For free inferr ation and printed matter. Respectfully. I T. I NKWLAND, OKO S. SHKI.IIY.-Mwlbwill be sold nt aucOty. Ky. Bnk and Trust Co. Ky. 8 W Cincinnati Shtnlf Lincoln to RlNKlHSON.i. PA.-- MANAGERS, tion at 11 o'clock a. M. before the courtOffice over McKolxru' Img Store in the Owsley couuty court day, Huitdiag S5LX.73 I Commerce Building, Louisvillo house in Stanford, 14th. T. L. Lillard. Agests taroughout the South A, T. Uunn, of Columbia, eo'd to Two Good Farms near Adam Pence GO good yearlings at 3Jc. V. U. IHLBY. Proprietor, V7. A. TEIBBLE, Local Ajjoat, He also aold to Lyon & Allen, of the Hustonviile, Lincoln Co., Ky. - - Kontucky. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and London. STANFORD, KY Weet End, 50 feeders at 3jc and a buuch on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser The heirs ol Mrs. America Itailer . deed.. efTer I have eaovad to ray of 000 pound cattle at 3c. new Hotel and am bolter her two Farms, situated fer par id than ever to accommodate the public, as fine a line westsate Hustonviile, iu Lincoln at. ut one mile of Oar Hubble correspondent was mis- best. I give special attention to mail orders and carry cmHty, an the ood I.ivcry attached, llradfordsville turnpike road The." two Fains li ted. Give me a call. and evsry convenience detaken with reference to tho Peyton land of goods as can be found any where in the land. adjoin and taken together contain 340 acres .1 .THANK KII.ZY. I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever land aad can be divided so as to Include about 140 on Dix River. It waa not Bold until acres Iu the heme place and seo acres the oth J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, w. a. jdmis. i t. jtnss. Ma.yauia. Wednesday, when Mr. M. Speed Peyton sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. er. The buildings a.t Imprrevrmcnts an each "" aro comfortable and substantial. Kaon ot the farms - Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. tells us he disposed of it to Frank Uoltzis well watered and convenient to good schools Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking and churches Perms reasonable. Title clear claw at $20 per acre. There are little Rates TWO DOLLARS Pir Dav. information apply to either this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue For further J. P. ilAILKY. Manford. Kyof, us. over 00 acreB. & Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large J v HOCK l.K. Hustonviile, Ky. There were between 1,200 and 1,500 teaching as before. Address and Commodious Samp e Koom KAYKTrK DUNLAP. M D., Dan J Halls and office connected by Electric Belli, cattle on the markot Monday, more than ville. Kv. Ky. i'rotapt and polite serwee to guests. 47 Sole proprietors Deans Illack Diamond Roo seen in Richmond before in have been aint Kstimaics furmsned for painting Wood. yearp, and fair prices were realized, varyMetal and 1. on Koofs Satisfaction Cuaranteed! All routs painted -- ith Dean's Illack Diamond ing from 2$ to 4 cents. Mules sold low, i aint guaranteed fur v.ar. n.,i... i 1.... ... I will rent to the highest bidder on ern Tumps and Galvamred Iron Filters. 67.1m good oties reaching the top figure at $35. -:- A feeling of confidence seemed to per DONT FUKohl THAT Oct. 19II1, 1895, vade everybody. My of Ky. THE FAVORITE MILLS, The tobacco crop in tho Blue Grass Seeding time is now right at hand; wc have a large stock of Fino Land, section of Kentucky wns not damaged to Acros AT McKINNKY, KV., 3 any great extent by the recent frosts. About 70 acres to go in corn and about '5 acres Have just been overhauled and repaired float bet. 1895 already sown in wheat. It is about midway be- loin to top by tho famous Kichmutid City Mill Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Nearly all the early tobacco had been Bd with capacltr tween Hhelby Cllv anil Milledgcville, in hall a Works, of Hicbtuend, lurt menu. mile of Dans die crops were injured. I hero are now Increased, are iloing more and better work Hustonviile pike Scientific, Classical and Courses ct cut and only the late than es er befurt, and with the old reliable D V four good houses on the place and plenty of waStudy. Kennedy as head miller, you are sure of good The drouth did not come early enough Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. Wc handle ter Possession given Jau i.iS-- ' Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocitlon. At the same lime will ()! so tattle, IS hogs, Hour and fair treatment II. sum and bring us licit teachers employed, each a specialist in her to injuro the tobacco to any great extent. your grinding and wh.n buying call tar our old I7sneep, imuiet, t nurses, two wagons, twu Bugnothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Department. and wall established hraL.I., Favarue J'aient, Ladrill, and It wiil be about 75 per cent, of an nver-ag- e our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting gies, one binder,stacks el lows Ac. gears, 600 Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision oi dies' 1'avoriteand Hakeri'Choue. corn. 10 fur. teachers. crop, but the quality is excellent. Tbc farm will be rented fur i months, psyable For further infornajioa. address close out a nice line Jan. 1, 1&J7, (Sood note required. Us personal- "uccrsior to K. I, Tanner 1IAT1.S ,V SON, Co. ratorlte Milling Seven started in the great Futurity short and we are offering special inducements to WILLIAM SH ELTON. President. ty, all sums of io and under cish. over that sn Lexingtou. Larabio of JJuggies and Surreys. months' credit without interest; notes negotiable for 3 year olds at and payable in bask. 33. 2S. won the first heat, but Oakland Baron, JAMKs F. MOORK, 2S. tVvtd "helby City Ky. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. hv It. G. Stoner. of Paris, took Proprietors of.....w. Attorney at Law, tho next three straight and the purso of THE HiikD OK Katrina Bell got eeconu ana $21,000. - Wfflffi&ffiZft ssWi.' JJ'.TW I fni time, 2.10. STANFOHD, KY. Siourine third money, best &";'& Red Yillatt as Executor.JAdmiuistrator and Assign-- e Star Pointer won the 2.11 pace, taking Good Blue-Gras- s of Farm Near Having boughtnew P W. (ireen his Llverr business and added buggies and horses, we are 3 three out of four heats, beat time 2:00$. Special attention given to Settlements ot U h U t s sl s I f' I . ClstAse 7X I r U Ail ii:a.'jL' 'fSs, t (i3 Vfslwt.eI3sV1sSsV7rsis'jjUiUs)1 prepared to furnish lie, T Q ZtVT'WliiXMl 1" f U I Stanford. Live Stock, Bank as Attorney and hale and Division of ' ,.ll pace and the other iliKnnWf The free r- -. nfants' Lands. w..u a.-,- .Stock, Crop, Farming FIRST-CLAS- S program TURNOUTS Office on Lancaster St overSupt W. F, McCla good racea on Wednesnay'a Implements, &c. office. day. On short notice 90 The traveling public will fijd 7i drew a big crowd to Lexington that us always ready and willing to lurniih DrumPigs foi sale (io'H the best types of Regtstere Robert J. waa a hot favorite in the mers Wagons, either single or double, or M. and liettie Ileid, deceasTho heirs of Breeders secured .rum tne bust heros in sevenl diOerent Stntes. Correspondence Solicited ed, will, on John ages of ail kinds at very I.OW l'RICKS. Carribut the little gelding was not at Stock boys in and around town will also find us the Thee to himself and Joe Patchen won the race. when in town Oct. 31st, 1895, courts deal with. Stop with usyour horse and ve-at ami entertainments and Tils were five heats and the best time hicle will be well cared fur. AND At the mansion house on the premises, about COOPKR was 2:051, which is good considering the milts trom Stanford, olfer at public auction, the Myers House S'1- Manford, Ky. 8; Stable, won tho Farm of cold weather, .Joo Patchen first, fourth and fifth heate; John R. GenAcros Land, About Co try the second and Robert J., tho third. On which John M Kcld lived at his death. This OF STANrOKD, KY., Coleridge camo second in one heat but well improved and is ry desirably local farm is ed and the land is of the beat quality. 'I ho imwas behind the money. Nightingale won Is now fully orgauiicd and ready for busineis dwelling provements consist of a largo wlU as good as new and all necessary outbuildings. tho 2:09 trot; Dentine, The West Stakes SOLD TO springs Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. I lie farm Is watereu oy live fruits and ALL POINTS: and Rhoetta Soap, tho unfinished 2:17 of and has a Urge orchard ol i ot desirable variety. The neighborhood is one of 8urplus, r. 0,000. the day before. the best in the county, with no objectionable surt?HIO, IMP.ANA, ILLINOIS, Interior Journh FARM AND TRADE OF A LOCAL NATURE. en d wi" k " " "Ides I can gst TJ I HPQ tor cash or In trada tor leather on he court day at Stanford o at my home in Otteu- writes that Mr. Fred Miller ot Irvine. hml a Srvrrf Kl.ttmv trouble for many years helm. Chns Knnalin, Tanner. with severe pains in his back and also that his Madder was affected. Ho tried many su called Kldne.t cures but without any good result. About a year ago he began use ol Electric flitters arid Klectrlc Hitters is especially found relief at once Liver troubles adapted to cure of all Kidney and often gises almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement- - Price only joe. fur arge bottles At A. R Penny's Drug btorc. It MciyDo as Much for You 111. lllLuu, ' DR. W. B, PElTITSir, HJf nt Stanford, Kentucky. Dentist, Stanford, l'ost-Offi- KE1TT. e TO THE LADIES 1.1 1 j i TLSAVLti Xml"'. b. - wonder-Mexica- n 5,-tt- THE HOUSE, J. T. , 3TJTTOXT, UNDEKTAKER, - n-o- m par-tie- i Buroh. Rowland, I M.S.&J.W.Baughman, lirst-cla- ss a, ! FEED & SALE ATLANTA Stanford, ss 3Dob.orn "Ybur Cattlo tads-hor- first-cla- POWDER n llri-dle- s, A ' x- r R. E. Noel & Son Stanford, QUEEN AND CRESCENT etpt-nse- . All Kinds of Goal, ROYAL OF UVERPOOI ev- insurance foinpaB) rs o PRICE, BARBEB&OASTLEMAS y Stanford, ' PIANOS and ORGANS. FOR IMue-Gras- THE s RILEY HOUSE I BKB HOUSE, n 111 JI Somerset, Kentucky. JONES BROS., Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works, P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. I STJSJKTFQRD Female College, Depart-Spcci- LOOK HERE Sale and Renting. 1 Saturday, Stanford, Fall Session Opens Sept. al Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, 250 of , A-- 1 bar-rels- "Wallace Staulord, Vamon, Ft-t- WEAKEST. G. ma-no- d B. COOPER, 1 .! Kentucky. I I I MsKiSS I. iV7" iv IJLUE-GIlAi- S Duroc Jersey i--l Swine - PUBLIC SALE. Uvery and FccdStablc, for-a- free-for-al- l, f Stiffito&W'' -- JkL S"4si ?i Thursday, neo-pi- s ESTEIi - 300 of g Fanners BanMTrnst two-stor- y TICKETS never-isiiin- An enumeration just completed flhows G27.072 votera in Indiana. While Mra. Ohlora Cook, of Bow-lin- n Green, waa milkhiR, the caw fell over on her and fatally mashed her. Tho two dauchtera of W. Ji. Evalt - TEXAS, were killed and himeelf and eon wero BeriouBly injured by a kerosene expo-8io- n at Woodland, Ala. . FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS "Boots" Patterson, "Pink" Streeta AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. and Perry Howard, all convicts, were BEST ROUTE TO THE seriously hurt by au explosion while THE working at a atone quarry at Frankfort. Twenty-fiv- e vears ago the total pubTSLIMAN VESTIBULED COACHES, lic indebtedneea of the United States, naSLEEPING AND DINING GAR! 9 tional, State and local, amounted to SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE 233 007, or $03.80 per capita. Now it 'JORFOLtWESTERN RAILROAl h $2,027,170,546, or $32.37 per capitn. A jury at Winchester gave a verdict CHEAPEST, PEST AMD QUICKEST LINE. for $10,000 damages against tho L. & N. DcscrlpUi "Write for Rates, Maps, for the death of A. J Aluinbaugh, whose bmplilots, to any Station Agent, or to M. f. BRAOO, ALLEN HULL, friends sued for 150,000 and claimed that B. BCVILL, kn'irua(rri(t. Pl. 1's.mitr ift. Tru.llff P.m. if the conductor threw him from the train. 'Bts.0. koase,ta toisow,yA. WISCOfiSiW, MISSOURI, KAHSAS, ?3EBRASSCn, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, - -- KOHTH AND EAST. J3,-37- Time-Tnblc- s, SAf. r" HIGGINS & MeKINNEY, roundings. The convenience to tne churches and schools in 'MatifjrJ mako tho location very superior, tititiford has several churches, a large female college, a good male academy and Hour shlng public school, a good merchant flouring mill and is supplied with water works, electric light and Ico factory. This larmwiH first bo offered m threo lots: One of 35 acres olf of the Northeast corner, one of 315 acres, including improvements, and one of about jo acres South of residence and on the opposite side of the road from the residence Then the tract will be oliered as a whole and the highest and best bid accepted. Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. V, lf. McKinncy has possession and will take plcasuro in showing any one over the farm For further Information address Rcid heirs, Stanford, Kv At the same time and place I will, as executor ot the will ol John M. Keld, dee'd, sell at public auction to the highest bidder the personalty of the old state of the docedent consisting of 7 two-yecattle, 7 yeaillng cattle. 3 milk cows and calves, sheep, a yearling mules. 1 yearling filly, year-Fin55 fllly, 1 4 jar-otsadhorse colt, l work horse, 3 brood mares. dle horse, mule, so fut hogs, 10 sows ami 1 colt, met. 60 shoats, 150 bushels ol oats, 350 barrels of corn. 5 stacks of hay, 8 shares of s'ock in First National lianK Ol oiauioru, 13 snares gi iiock in Marion National Hank, farming Implements, household furniture. Ac. Terms of Sale of I'ersonalty: For all sums of $10 and under, cash; over that amount a cridit of four months on nole with good security, bearing interest from date and payable in bank. J. rOS rJSH, EVor. Otd 1 ar 1 jd 1 1 :n.adi?,rdual.m,m,tri,,r' UaU SUCCESSOIt toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing upl with the same assets and undsr the same management. Uy provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as ate depositors in Natisaal Uanks, Its shareholders being held individual! liaolctotheeatentolthe amount of their stock therein at the par value therool, in addition to the eraount invested in such shares. It C" c Ji those who entrusted their buisiness to while mnagnir tl Lincoln National Hank ut Stanford, we w. here tender our many thanks ol and contlDua to transact their -- I.!1.us, offoring as a guarantee for prompt t lion to samo.our twenty years' isi banking and as liberal accommodations as ut with sound banking. W ',. Tcoi-siste- J J. Willisms, Mt. Vernon; . II. Sftanks, Stanford; J. S. Onsley, SUnlord; S.J. Liubiy, Stauford; J. I). Owsley, Stanford; J.JF Cii", Stanford; William Oroch, SUnlcrd; A. W. Csrpenter, Millet gsvil's), S. II. Shanks, President, Or. J.iU. Owt,'ey,.Caihir, W.M.triiht, Teller. 6m ttiaMtf ails1Uai s m I a, L. .. ..,