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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895101501 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. -- V IV mi-W- e VOL. XXIII. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, EKLY CARRARD COUNTY. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1895. Bav. Geon.n interior Journal. FOR SALE - r NO. 65 s. w A Nov. 11. Fay Milla great meetlnR at Loulavillu will bpln nn tlio 22d. Sunday, Out. 20, 1895, Iihb been by the Sunday School Union an a day of prayer for Sunday schools. In tho famous Gardoa of Olives at JoriiBAlein thoro aro elRht flourishing ollvo trees that aro known to bo over 1,000 years old. Pulaski Baptists ouRht to Btart an They Orphans' Homo of thoir own. now in tho Bapttot Orhavo b'i children phans' Home, Louisville. In 25 years tho Presbyterian women of the ynTont Women's Board havo raia-ofJ.OM.OSO, anil have, 163 missionaries and 1,100 native readers and teachers now in the flold. Rev. Elijah Kelloest, whoso 8parta-cu- s to thu Gladiators" has tlirillod tlio blood of generations of school boyB, is still preaching nnd farming, ut tho age of 85, at Hnrpawell, Me Paris, Elder J. T. Sharrard, of preached twice at the Christian church Sunday and gave Midi aatisfaction that the olllcers will ask an expression of the congregation next Sunday morning on tho question of calling him. Tlio Presbytery of tho Presbyterian church t Northern) In session Tuesday at Ml. Sterling decided that Kv. 1". J. Cheek, who had lately accepted a call to tho church at Ludlow, hIisII rumain at Paris. Tho congregation sent a delegation to protest against his leaving. Pastor A. Mobloy writes: "On Oct 2 tho church nt l'leaeaiit Hill, Marlon, county, closed a meeting of is days. Bro. W. B. Davidson; of McKinnity, did most of tlio preaching. Hro. V. J. Kidge, of Indiana, was with us most of the. timo and preached seven sermons, beside rendering ub much service in other ways. Tbero wore 50 professions, 15 baptised, 2 restored, 2 by letter, 3 by watchcate. Western Becorder. Bev. W. V. ifrnce, of tho Huston-vill- e Presbyterian church, prMcliinl here Sunday and made a highly favorable impression. HiaMrmon on the power of tlio gospel of Christ wai full of forcoful argument, combined with apt illustration of its workingi among tho children of mon. Mr. Bruce li9ard Bro. Bmiich In tho afternoon and didn't preach Ht nlglit WhUo hero ho wm the gui-s- t of Mrs. II. S Withers, a relative of his wife, who is h daughter of Uev. Joe Hopper. Hev. William J. Hotlsclaw, of Louisville, and a native of this county, hao been called to the pastorate of the First Baptist church of Fairmont, W. Va., to succeed Bev. Dr. Khott, who has recently been called to tho pastorate of tho North Baptist church of Now York City. Mr. Hollzclaw 1b a son of tho lato E. II. Holtzclaw, of Preacheraville, and was a fow years ago an humple wheelwright in Stanford. After a course of study in Georgetown College, lm graluated with honor from the Southern Baptist Theo logical Seminary. Ho has become a successful preacher, lecturer, editor nud publishor. His little books, "The Sunday School," and "Regeneration and the New Birth," havo had a large pale. His now song book, tho Gospel Gleaner, published by Charles T. Bearing, Louisville. h9 become very popular in Sundaj Schools and young people'rifociotiea. The church of which Mr. Holtzclaw becomes pastor ia one of tho leading churches of that State, in n thriving business city, situated on the Monongahela Biver and also on tho Baltimore and Ohio K. B., 0 miles from Wheeling, Biid a short from Bethany, the famous collrgo founded by Alexander Campboll. d dla-tm- co n tt.mo. ,.,o..,...i at tho ! John Battles, aged 70, wad gored to death by a bull near Wellington, O. player, l -- F. W. Harris, tho oentenced to bo was found guilty aud hanged. Ho killed Charles Bengel at Freeport, 111. The verdict rattlod him and ho fainted. In tho gentle act of separating the sucker and hia money, Barney Bernato, who baa capitalized bis South African companies at $750,000,000, is tho John Law of his timo. Mrs. Joseph BurtiB, of Duluth, Minn , died from tho effects of n bito inflicted by her son who waa delirious with diphtheria. She exhibited al! the symptoms of a person bitten by a rattlo- snake. It is rumored that Buford Ovorton, murderer, waa not rescued from tho the Harlan jail by friends, but was reloaeed by outlaws, in order that tboy might kill him before he could betrBy tho crimes, Edwnrd F. Kesaler, manager of tbo American National Tobacco Works iu Louisviilo, committed suicide by shoot ing himself through tho head with a pistol whilo standing before it mirror. Half Fare. To Dallas, Toxae, and return Oct. 10th to 17th. Tickots good to return Nov. 11th via tho Kentucky base-balro evening. Marriage license, was granted on Thursday to Loton Bogel to wed Miss Nnnnlo Uiv. of linukitvn. Charles II. Doty said his farm of lOOacrea last week to Mr. Victor Lear, of Lower Garrard, for 10,500. Tho Central Kentucky Medical meets in tlio I. O O. F. hull here Tnursday, Oot. 17th. Many M. D's are epu;td to adorn our streets upon that day. Mian Sue Herring ontertainod tlio walkiux club Friday evening at her home ou Richmond street. An Inclement evening prevented some of the guests assembling. Hon. John S. Rhea, of Bussellvillo will speak at the Monday, Oct. 28, court day, at 2 o'clock i m. Hon. John W. Yerkeo, of Danyllle, has been Inyitud to meet him. At Mr. Thomas Yantie' salo at Saturday, Oct. 12, there waa sold 10 yearling cattle averaging 850 Ila. at 3,UJ. Tlireo young horses $21 to $32; two Jersey cowa $30.25. MUs Purloy. a missionary of Utah, gave a most interesting talk upon at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Those who heard her pronounced her an intellectual woman. H. S. Irwin, of Louisville, rtpubli can candidate for railroad commicsioner iu the 2d district, spoke nt tho courthouse Thursday evening ton good sired crowd, but the greater portion of it was negroes. Tho Ladies' Aid Society of the Christian rhureh will meet Saturday afternoon with Mrs. James Herrlm lives about two miles of Lancaster. All of tho members are solicited to bo present at this meeting. While engaged in playing a came of foot ball last Friday, Waller Hudson, the bright son of Mr. nnd Mrs. B F. Hud-so- u, was knocked eenseleea and badly bruised. Fortunately, though, ho soon recovered nnd rallied from tho blow. The hearts of tho Lancaster people were made to rejoice ou Friday evening by a nice, gentle shower. Tho rain begun to fall about 5 o'clock in the evening nnd continued for n number of hours. It waa hoped by all that tho long drouth waa over. The Bev. W. O. Goodloe, of filled the pulpit at Uih Presbyterian church Sunday evening. This Is tho 10th or 12th time Elder George Gow-e- u has postponed his prospective sermon for visiting divines, who again made another announcement that he will preach nt tho Presbyterian church next Sunday night -t- hat is, in hia own parlance, "if a bettor ono does not come atony to take his place." "After life's fitful dream ho sleeps well." "Justlco pales; truth fadea; atara fall from heaven; Human are tho great whom wo revere; No true crown of honor can be given Till tho wreath is on a (uneral bier." Gen. W. J. Landram sank into an eternal sleep last Friday evening at 12 o'clock. Surrounded by a devoted band of loved ones, death came calmly and peacefully as a relief from nil his sufier-iiiK- i. Ho was n man of a vory high order of intellect and always an advocate of anything that would be for tho intellectual advancement of the community. He wasn versatile and pleasing writorof both prose and poetry. He did as much if not more than any ono for hia town in giving it n high rank as n musical centre. His talent for music, especially for tho uUbetic style, waa vory mnrkeJ. His funeral was preached at tho Presbytorian chinch Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Bov. W. O. Goodlop, of Harrodsburg. Ono of the largest concourses of people gathered to pay tho last tribute of respect to the honored dead that has ever been aeen in Lancaster. Tho Bervicea were concluded at the gravo by tho Masonic fraternity. To tho bereaved and sore stricken ones much sympathy is extendcourt-house Mor-monisn Har-rodabu- rg, on Siturday morning. -- Miss EugenU Bush was at home to a nninberof her younir friends Sattirdnv court-houso ford, was a visitor iu Lancaster Sunday, In" Mi88e8 Adams, of Mt. Vernon, nnd ' 1Iomor Miller.of Texap.aro viaitora of Mies Lt'Urt I,r,Kht CnI)l GcW H. McKin- ' m,y' quarter-maste- r ' Stftf in Gen. i Liindram's regimont, was a conspicuous visitor at tlio funeral. I ! OF A LOCAL NATURE. g, Dr. T II. WithorspooiijOf Lawrenco-buris dead. Congrebaaian D. G. Colson- - will ppenk at Liberty, Oct. 21. Bichard Brown, sged 11 jears, was dragged to death by n horse near Nich-olitflville. In order to settle the estate of A. R. Penny, deceased, the entire stock of Drugs, Books, Stationery and Jewelry is offered for sale privately. This store has been run continuously and successfully for about 30 years and is now doing a good business. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a well established business. Also the residence on the West side of Lancaster St. For particulars apply to two-story .G. U L. PENNY, Exor. Stanford, Ky. Lightning struck tiie liouse of Carey Hume, colored, nt Burgin, Friday night and killed him. Mrs. Henrietta B. Gregg, n wealthy widow, living near Nicholasville, attempted suicide by hanging. Jim and Doc Dowery, cousins, are thought to have fatally wounded obcIi other with knives near Valley View. S. S. Parkes, cashier of tho Farmers National Bank, of Richmond, stitTered a stroke of paralysis, but .revived nnd is improving. -- County Clork Nelson has declined to allow llio republican nominee, W. T, Gillis' name to be placed ou tho ballots in Mercer. Tiw republicans nre badly split up and will try litigation. The Harrodsburg SayingH tells that the witness claims At this court amount to only SN. Nothing like this ever hap petted before iu tiie memory of living man or iu tho history of Kentucky. The Hog-setAcademy foot ball team defeated the Lexington Athlottc Club t y Danville Friday in ouo of the most contested nnd exciting games over witnessed in Dinville. The score wbs 0 to 1. Gen. E II HoIhoii wbs chosen pr. of tiie Mexican Veteran's Association In place of Gen. Lindran, nnd J. G. Craddnck wbb reelected secretary. Ouly 35 attended the at NicttolnayH'e many deaths having occurred during Iho year. Greetiahurg wns chosen as the next placo of meeting. The foot ball game between the Cen tral University team, of Richmond, and the Weslevan team, of Winchester, wns hotly contested and the teAms very even iy matched. Although the Richmond team won by a score of 10 to 0 they did not succeed in scoring until nearly the close of the second half. t ottib-borni- A Ch1."' Atrii GEN WILLIAM J. LANDRAM. Lexington has been chosen nB the place for holding the National Reunion of Mws can veterans next year. Tho reunion will take place during tho month of June, the exact day not yet having aejt. been A hurricane aud tidal wave on tho east coast of Lower California almoat destroyed tho city of La Piiz, nnd wrecked Hvpb many buildings at other places. Four were lost at La Pz aud 21 persona were injured. ed: Such sorrows come in hosts, or singly, But ou each path they lay in wait; No life escapes such separations, Or ever stays tho wheol of fate." Bev. George O. Barnes and daughter Miss Marie, were guests while hero of Mr. Charles Doty and family. Mrs. Geo. Patterson nnd little daughter ara in Illinois on a visit to relatives. Capt. Thoc Bicharda was tho guest Friday of W. B. Mason nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Long, of Cydthiann, were hereto attend the funeral of Gen. Landram. Brown AndorHon, of Nicholnsyille, was a visitor iu our city Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 0. Price, of Danville, who have been gueats of Mrs. Susan Price, returned home Sun day. Col. J. G. Oraddock, of tho Paris Kontuckian, was in Lancaster Sunday Mrs. J. L McKee, of Richmond, is tho guest of Mrs. Malcolm. Gill. Miss Jen-ni- o croup watch Tor Duncan left Monday to visit her sisIf your chiUien ara subject lo If the first symptom of the ter, Mrs. Dr. W. 8. Elkin, of Atlanta, and as loon Cbrabetlaln'i Coujh Rmedr U given Rev. will prevent the take in tho Southern exposition. at the child becomei hoars It cough um appear. W. O. Goodloe, of Harrodsburg, was tho nttacif. Even after the ctoupy by the attack can always be prevented cold.smoz gueat Sunday of Mr. D. M. Lackey and an3 remedy. It It alio invaluable for by da!,; ic Ilocker, family. Albert H. Severance, of Stan- ciugh. For .ale Mid-lau- d. disesc-hoars- nes. Cyrus T. Cook, a prominent Illinois republican, who was nominated for from the ISth Illinois district a few days ago, dropped dead in tho GrcBt Northern Hotel at Chicago while attending n meeting of Illinois republicans. Dr. A. G. Elliston, who shot nud killed R. A. Dickersou from a car window nt Elliston Station, Ky.,some weeks ago, wn indlctedjfor willful murder by tho gram! jury nt Wiliismstown, He was at once released on $15,000 bond. At Jackson, Mich., n mob of Bbout 100 people took tlio negro, ,Vill Henderson, who attempted rape on Minnie RiiBtic, from tho sheriir and hanged him. Human nature is tho same at tbo frozen North or tho torrid South. A dry goods firm in New York recently applied nt the in that city for $5,000 in pennies. They were placed in bags, each containing and it took 100 bag of thorn to meet tho oraer. lhe totaiuwelgut was one and ou&half tons. All the sewing machine factories in the country are said to be buBV to tho full extent of thoir capacity in order to meet the increasing business which has developed within the past month or two. Tho outlook for continued prosperity in this line is considered very bright. Con-grtB- 3 After a long siege .van the last enemy of man, Gen. William Jeunines Landram surrendered against fearful odds Friday night and he now -- THESleeps hia last fthep, he has fought his last battle, No sound can awake him to glory ngain. Gen. Landram waa born at Lancaster, Feb. 11, 1S28, of parents who came to Kentucky from Virginia nt nn early day In 1M5, he became deputy for the county and circuit clerks of Garrard and when tiie Mexican war was declared ho wont aa private in Co. A. of Humphrey Marshall's First Kentnrky Cavalry. In leps thau n mouth he wns promoted to orderly sergeant. He was wounded in the battle of Huoua Yipta nnd to his death bore an honorable scar to remind him of thnt conflict. After tho war he returned to Garrard and in 1S50 aud '51 edited the Garrard Manner. He nt tidied law afterwards nnd in ISol wan admitted to the bar. When the civil war broko out he resigned tbo county clerkship to Everything In which he had been elected and becamna colonel iu Wolford'B Onvalry. He did -:- not like thnt branch of the service bo he resigned and raised the 10th Kentucky Clothing, Millinery, Clcaks, &c. Infantry. In many of the hardest fought battles, Gen. Landram wns a conspic' uous figure, commanding in Borne brigades and in ottiera divisions, being tlnally promoted to brigadier general. He had command of the llaton Kongo district for some time and waa in charge of the camp of cavalry instructions at Now Orleanp. The war over, Gen. Landrnm returned to his home and to peaceful pursuits. In 1S7G, he was appointed collector of in tirnal revenue in tin's district and filled tho oflice with ability and acceptability till 1SSI. Since then be has practiced hw and written for the newspapers, the latter work being especially pleasing to him. He waa also a fine musician nnd n composer of considerable note, In ISIS, Gen. Landram married Mies Sarah Walker, of Bath, and uine chilIn Hustonville. See his New Line of dren were born to them, only five of whom Burvive, Mrs. Capt. Will McFar-lanMrs. It. A. Burnside, Mrs. W. G. Dunlap, Mrs. Kate Mctiougan and Louis Landram. Ttie mother, now well stricken in years, nlsosurvivea and for her and the loving children much sympathy ia felt. Gen. Landram waa n Presbyterian, n Mason aud an Odd Fellow aud iu every walk of life demonstrated that he was a man. Hia first presidential vote was cast IJuell's Low Top Patent Congress Roots have no equal for fit, comfort for Gen. Scott and he continued to be a and durability. See them and you will buy them sure. For bargains whig until the deniiso of that party, JAMES FRYE. when he became a republican. Ho was Pto to chairman of the State central committee for several years and did valiant service W. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hocker. for tho party. While a partisan, he was not a bitter one, and proscribed nobody for opinion's sake. He was a frequent contributor to the columns of the Intkh-io- r Journal, whose editor held him in ZDTjro-o-iSTS- , the highest esteem. A good man has fallen after a noblo life. May he rest in peace. m STORE ATIIISTOPILLE. Gharies Wheeler EIV2PORIU New Goods at Rock Bottom Prices General Merchandise, SiUESMi.N SMXTXS TO WJGI.X., James Frye j IIUSTONVIIXE, KY. J Sells the Cheapest and Best Hoods d, Ladies' Wraps, Clothing and Shoes. CRAIG & - HOCKER, STANFORD, - KENTUCKo sub-treasur- We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet Of nil the love nlTairs in the world, none can surpass the true love of a boy Article, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, DrugWe give a most for his mother. It is pure and noble, gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. highest degree in both. liberal discount for cash.. You can save money by having your prehonorable to tho Not merely a dutiful ailection, but a love scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and that makea n boy gallant and courteous accuracy guaranteed. Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line to hia mother, saying to everybody plain of Spectacles. Craig & Hocker. iSTOscar E. lloch, Parmacist. Ing that ho is fairly in love with her. Next to the love of a husband nothing so crowna a woman's life with honor as this second love, this devotion of a son to her, A boy never turns out bad who begins by falling in love with his mother. sam an Any man may fall in loye with a "Ib tula toe place you vote. Ohio votress to nn election officer. girl, and the man who is gallant 'Yes nia'nin." the girls may cruelly neglect bis with "Then please cut oil" samples of all tbo worn and weary wife; but tbo boy who tickets and I'll take them homo and see is tho lover of his mother in her middle urg Chronicle age is a true knight who will love bis which Hike Telegraph. autumn wife as much in her aa ho did in the daised springtime. - AT 0, fresh-faced y SI best."-Pittab- sere-leave- Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &c. FAERIS & HARDIN A Quarter Century Tost. For a quarter ol a century Dr. King'i Sew Dis covery has been tested and the million! who have received benefit from its use testily lo Its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of the Tnroat Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood tho test to loll)- - and that hai given so universal satis- Dome is positivetaction la uo experiment. ly guaranteed to give relief or the money will he relunded. It is admitted to be the most reliable or Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at A. K, Penny's drug store. Large size 50c and$i. Stanford, Ky. The Darlington, Wis., Journal says editorially of a popular patent medicine: "We know Irom experience tbat Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is all that is claimed for it, as on two occasions ft stopped excrucirtlng pains and positively saved us Irom an untimely gravo. We would not rest easy over night without it in the house." This remedy undoubtedly saves more pain and suffering than any other medicine in the world. Every family should keep it In the house, for it is sure to be needed sooner or later. For sale by CralK & Ilocker, Druggists, Stanfoid, Druggists, Ky. Texas has nearly 1275,000 square miles and 174,5S5,S 10 acres. It has more coal than Pennsylvania, more iron than Alabama, more granite than New Hampshire, more oak than West Virginip, more prairie than Kansas, more corn land than Illinois, more cotton land than Mississippi, more wheat land than the two Dakotas, more sugar land than Louisiana, and more rice land than South Carolina. It contains as many rivers as any other five States, and es much roast as any other threo. Elizabetbtown's water works bonds sold at f 101.20 and interest. Ml Is Receiving Hia FALL Gooc"s : AND : WINTER : GOODS. 1 Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. 4.i. . -. v- - n Near Winnipeg, Mo., four men were John Bedford, Sr., of Mllloraburg, fatally burned while fighting prairie aold to M. Kahn last wrck 25 1,650- pound cattle at 1J conts, fires. Thomas Speir is in jail in Piko conn- Wantkd. To trade a No. 1 eatldlo Stanford, Ky., October 15, 1895 ty, Ga., charged with killing his oiuht horse 7 years old for pair of work mulrs, V. Coleman, Middloburg children by the uso of poison. G. O. Givens hns sold a gjod deal To prevent her pilferings belli? disW. P. WALTON. girl at Colon mur- of his Walton seed wheat at 70c and tins covered, a still n good quantity on hand. dered her three little brothers. The Louisville Critic, whoso editor is Tho government reports tho wheat Acknowledged to be the cheapest house in Stanford for goods in its Ten peoplo were killed outright and ono of tbo beet posted men in the State, nine seriously injured by tho collapse of crop at 424.000.000 bushels, which will line. You cannot afford to purchase your fall bill in our line without Bounds a note of alarm, that ought to leave 75,000,000 bushels for export. a Bpinning factory in Westphalia. first seeing what we are offering. put every true democrat on his metBouncer won tho Transylvania Stake Kit Leftwitch. colored, was legnllv 1. We arc displaying tlie Largest Stock. tle, liven under the most favorable figBest time 2:10. Lynno executed at Bristol, Tenn., Friday for at Lexington 2. We arc naming the Lowest Prices. uring, it can not make Hardin's majority an attemptad nsstult upon a white girl. Bel won tho first two heats of tho race. 3. We arc offering Special Bargains in Brown and Bleached Cot to exceed 7,000 and when a majority of There was a break of from 12 to 15 Sixteen railroadd have gone into the 40,000 is cut down to 7,000 on paper points in cotton, caused by an unfavor- tons, rlannels and other domestics. handB of receivers bo far this year, a less We buy our Ladies' and Misses what mnst bo tbo real condition of number than for tho same time for years- able government report as to condition, things? Bradley it says, will carry Louis. MIbs Stolla West, ono of the most W. O. Brock bought of W. I). Jackvillo by 3,500 to 7,000, for the woods are prominent young society leaders of Sa- son between 000 and 700 barrels of corn full of bolters and the ranks are fall of vannah, Ga , accidentally ahot and killed at $ 1.25 per barrel. Winchester DemoA pateii trust is made possible by the herself. traitors. We can win and we will win crat. without Louisville, though tho situation mannfactnrers of printing paper being There was only one starter in tho Direct from tiie Manufacturers. The above facts must necessarily asserted on trustworthy It has beon buyer why he should visit our store and is a grave one. There is absolutely none "protected" by a duty of 10 per cent on authority that 35,000 persons die annu- Futurity papers for at Lex- convince every wide 15 per cent on paper. ally in the United States from typhoid ington Saturday, Sulphide, Tho purse get the latest and save ti me and money. of the enthusiasm and confidence that wood pulp and Read the the republicans, display among the dem- This is a sheer bonus and is a tax on in- fever alone. was $1,250. ocrats, who are for tho most part listless telligence. Without it the manufacturers Mnzppa, described as the "chain-p'oThirty-ninof tho 1,024 business and restless, although so much is at in the East could not combino and make men mentioned in tho Chicago directory trick horse of the world, valued at stake. Wo have never lost confidence in the newspapers pay tribute. Even the of 1S39 are still alive and will soon hold $10,000," was killed in a freight wreck at Below for this week. Ladies' Outfit WBterbury, Conn. the conviction that our ticket will be republican Congress ought to repoal such a banquet. elected, but at present it looks like its "protection" as that. No country could Tho largest sheep ranch on tho Eight yards double width dress goods with all linings A little model of tho Columbian $2 00 majority will be so small that caking ev. afford to make paper and bring it here as Exposition that coat itiO.OOO has bet n North American continent io one of 400, A nice pairdongola patent tip shoes 1 00 ery thing into consideration it will amount cheaply as It can be made hero and pro- - made by Chicago architects and will go 000 acres, lying in tho counties of Dim- Suit of Underwear.. i 40 mit and Webb, Tex., practically to a defeat. What the do- - tection under such circumstances is the to Atlantn. Sailor Hat 2o Gill Cowan, of tho West End, bought mocracy needs is to awaken irom its plainest steal. A woman has been arrested at Cata lethargy. It must not let the State bo nia, Sicily, charged with having killed 23 of R. H. Bronaugh, of Crab Orchard, 21 The entire outfit for The governors are all playing into $3 60 turned over to the reckless and rapacious children by giving them wine poisoned vm pound yearlings mr ajc. inoy were fight phosphorus. hands. lie doesn't want to tiov s outfit: advertised in this paper. preciouB little of the taxfoe, which pays P. O. Sandidge sold to J. O. Johnson, Knee Pants Suit. es to support the government and repre- and the declaration of Gov. Clarke that A Knoxville Arm has secured a con S 75 of 275 pound hog at Overcoat sents but a small portion of its intelli- the mill shall not be pulled off in Arkan- tract to furnish marble to be u sed in the of Boyle, a 1 25 gence and worth. The Bhort experience sas sent renewed hope to his breast. He Chicago library building. Th o contract 4, and to Judge W. H. Prewitt a car- Pair of Shoes 75 load averaging 225 pounds. at 3Jc. with republican rnlers in this county thinks now that if the fight is bad at all amounts to $450,000. Hat 25 The Kentucky Futurity for two year Miss Cammie Russell, tho beautiful alone should convince any fair minded it will have to be private or in a Mexican would be the most daughter of J. D. Russell, vice president oius, worth 2u,lXAJ to the winner, waa man that they are not capable to admin- bull pen. The latter Entire Outfit. $3 00 istering the affairs of the government, appropriate place and the two bruisers of the Plantem' Bank at Hopkiusville, won at Lexington by Mr. William mi:.vs' OUTFIT; should be permitted to pummel each oth- was found dead in bed. Fred S. Moody, in fast time. even if thousands of other examples .... s,f 00 The government is herding 500 rein- Suit of Clothes Sixty acres of lond baa boen purwere not oflered for his consideration. er till like tho Kilkenny cats there was nothing left of them. . of Philadelphia, deer in Alaska for the purpose of estab- Laundered White Shirt chased by a Mrs. Baker, Forewarned is forearmed. There is danger 5o will be erect- lishing tho animal as n means of inter Suit of Underwear and Berious danger of the democracy los50 is a good show for Campbell to near Oxana, Ga., on which There communication, as well as a food pro Derby Hat, black or brown ing the State. Let every democrat re- be elected governor of Ohio, when we ed a school for negro girls. 35 Pair of Shoes John Scott, 10 years of age, who was duct. t 25 solve that it shall not be done with his take into consideration the fact that the connivance and then all will be well. The republicans only claim the election of convicted of murder in Harlan county Another great raco has been ar Entire Outfit and given a life term, has arrived at the ranged at Lexington for only hope of the republicans is in the SO 50 their candidate by 20,000, although they between the great pacing kings, Roblethargy and disaffection of the demo- carried the State at the last election by penitentiary at Frankfort. Judge U. W. Bruce has been ap- ert J., John R. Gentry, Joe Patcheu and crats. Let'd take that from them and 140,000 Gov. Campbell is making a march to certain and triumphant vic magnificent canvass and having made pointed chief attorney of the Louisville Frank Agan. tory. Company to suc A red heifer with white face came to the State one of the best governors it and Nashville Railroad my placo about two weeks ago. Owner ceed the late Russell Houston. The New South, the colored republi- ever had, he deserves to be honored A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, While pushing a playmate on an or can get ber by paying for this notice and can organ in Louisville, has renounced again. dinary rope swing at Neorainee, Mich, charges for keeping her. David Scott, T; D. RANEY, Manager. allegiance to Col. Bradley and advises Col. Bradley is coming the Harrison Charles Wilson was struck in the chest Gilberts Creek, to scratch him, beBranch Stores. the colored people A few days ago 15 Kentucky tobacby the seat and instantly killed. cause he has turned his back upon jus- trick in bis canvass. He spoke to an auParis, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnceburg, Cynthiana, The Dixon heirs were given a ver- co growers took back home with them tice and fairness by spitting upon every dience, bo republican dispatches say, of Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. 300 from tho tale end of his train at Car- - dict of $10,000 against the O. & O. rail- from Cincinnati $42,000, it being tho National platform adopted by the party Catlettsburg. Dixon was run oy amount from the sales of their last year's mak- - road, at since its infancy. It Bays: "me negro lisle the other day. The colonel is year. crop of fine white Buriey. Bradley oughUo be put in the effort of hifl llfe (or ho knows 5f er and killed by the F. F. V. last who can vote for The people of Dry Ridge, Grant The report of the assignee of tho follows him this time, be is done back into slavery. Bradley is one of tbo defeat for good and all politically. Let us lay wholesale clothing firm of Henry II. county, are buying water at 50 conts a worst enemies the race ever had. He Wolfe & Co., shows Assets of only barrel, and say that unites there is rain says he's against our having our civil him on the cooling board forever and aye Full course in Literary Department. with liabilities of $151,173.29. they will b compelled to have water on the 5th of November. rights under tho law, and we ought to bo George Hughes, aged 60 years, a far- shipped from the. Ohio river. Five Months with Board, &c, for SS5, $90, $95, according to grade. opposed to his riding into office through JonN L. Boslby finds that running mer, jumped from a O. & O. train at Monroe Salisbury has marked the demagogy and over the crushed hopes of for office with no show of getting it, is a Sprincdale. Mason county, and struck fastest trotting mare, Alix, 2:03; the J. M. HUBBARD, Pkksidknt, a helpless people, and, by the eternal, very poor business well followed by his his head against a cross tie, killing him fastest stallion, Directum, 2:05; tho fastCollege, the New South is unalterably opposed to party. So he has declined to accept the instantly, Gallatin, Tennessee. est gelding, Azote, 2:04 j, and the fastest Howard Female him and bis ilk. Vote the republican nominaton for representative from Clark pacer, Directly. Duke Wilson was shot and killed two and ticket but scratch Bradley." A few of and gone to Paris to Btart a paper The near Stanton, by Levi Anderson, becauce -- Carroll Reid, like Byron McClelland, the more intelligent negroes may heed Republican and we hope his dreams of Wilson teased Anderson about the kind knoxs when to sell a horse. Sherlock this advice, but the large majority of fame and fortune will be realized. of a shot-gu- n he had bought. It wis tho $S,000 started undur them will vote as usual under the bidwith this weapon Wilson was killed. Fieischman'a colors at Latonia last week The Place to Buy ding of their new masters who are more contest After a bitter John C. Stevens and his son, John I. and came second. He was a 1 to 2 fav exacting than their old. Rhinock was renominated for Mayor by Stevens, Anderson county farmers, were orite. tbo democrats at Covington, by a pluralThere wero about 150 cattle on the readers wsh to know ity of nearly 500. He was backed by attacked at their home by D. Hawthorne A number of our market yesterday and a good many who is this Smith anv way that we write Senator Goebel, which shows that be is and Miss Stella McMichael, who deWe sell at the Cheapest Price. changed hands. Feeders wero in demand about. Ob, well, he isn't anybody much, still a power over there in politics, not- manded the retraction of aonio remarks While at 3 to 3; yearling cattlo S15 to $18; only a little Dago, who thinke he is an withstanding bis hands aro red with the reflecting on Mibs McMichael. ,! the men were fighting Mibs McMichael butcher stull 2 to 'jc. Plug horees editor. We humor him occasionally by blood of his fellow man. vigorously horsewhipped the Stevenses. brought $10 to $30 and iiiulo colts $15 to is such letting the world know that there By an Experienced Pharmacist. "l In cleansing out the stomach of Horan individual na he and such a publica There may be danger of negro domiB. K. Wearen, the impliment man, tion as the Mt. Vernon Eale, by men- nation in the event of the election of the ace Middleton, of Shelby county, who bad on exhibition yesterday a corn tioning them in this paper. The notice republican ticket, but mixed schools are had accidentally taken an overdoso of shucker. It is a wonderful machino and of course makes him get too large for his forever forbidden by tho constitution, opium Saturday night, tho tube of the not only shucks 100 barrels of corn a Druggist, Stanford, Ky. breeches and then we have to take them for which relief much thanks to a docu- stomach pump broke, leaving about 15 day, but mashes tho stalks nnd makes an down and paddle him, where it will do ment which waa cussed as much as dis- inches of the tube in his throat and stom- excellent feed. Ho ordered it for Hyach. the most good, that's all. cussed four years ago. att & Young, the threshermen. David Terhuno bought threo car FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The A. P. A'b elected their entire muGov. McCheakv spoke to an immense loads of mule colls, Monday, at from $ti ARK UP TO DATI nicipal ticket in Nashville, their candi- crowd at Owensboro Saturday and did Lehman won tho Merch ant's Stake to $25 per hoad. Mr. Terhuno also date for mayor beating the democratic some splendid work in that free silver at Latonia in 111. r "We can furnish you with Genuine Hair Mattresses, Cotton Mattressold broku mules at bought 10 nominee by 17G The republicans bad hotbed. The governor is very hopeful Resplendent, a 100 to 1 shot, won a $33 por head. W. T. Robinon shipped es, Excelsior Mattresses. Genuine Hartford Weave Springs at 3 00 no ticket out- The A. P. A. there is of democratic success, but urges those race at Latonia Friday. 50 head of export cattle, weighing 1,300 the best in the world for the money. We are always up to date in largely composed of democrats who are who call themselves democrats to be up M. F. Elkin bought of W. A. Hail a pounds, to Jersey City and sold them styles and at the bottom in prices. In fact wc have made prices that dissatisfied with what thny term the mis- and doing. thern on a demoralized market, only net- small retail dealers are paying. Come to see us. It will be a bunch of heifers at 2c. management of the ring. There wero pleasure At the Lorrillard sale at New York, ting him 3 cents. Ho had been offered to show you the largest and most complete line of NEWSY NOTES. many disgraceful scenes at tho polls and Furniture, Carpets, Requittal brought $20,000. 4J cents for them at Cincinnati. Wallpaper, Window Shades ever handled in this city. riots were several times barely averted. Nashville voted a subscription of Democrat. J. M. Snow sold to E. P. Woods a bunch of butcher stuff at 2c. The Elizabethtown NewB truly says $100,000 to the Tennessee Centennial. Four men were drowned near BaltiR. E. Gaines Bold in Cincinnati last that Gen. Hardin can not effect tho curmore by the capsiziog of a pleasure boat. week a car load of 200 hogs at 4 22. derency question if elected and that by Undertakers and Furniture Dealers. Stanford, JKy. Tho steamships get $4 a mile for carOnly Duect Lite Uctween Fied S. Moody won the $7,500 Fufeating him the bolters make a atap in the direction of turning over the taxing rying tbo mails across the ocean to Eng- turity at Lexington in straight heats Shorten and quickest between Col. Thornton, 2:11, only brought power, our school system and our char land. Frankfort, Qeorgotown and Paris, It will cost $5,703,579 to maintain $500 under the hammer at Lexington. itable institutions to a party that repre Oynthiana, Can't Dance is the name of one of Oarlislo, Mayavillo,Covington. of the assessa- the public schools of New York city in eents not over Falmouth and the crack racers in Ed Corrigan's string, Atlc for tickets via Kentucky .Midland. Trains ble wealth of the State and not over one 1890. run by Central Standard lime. At Alexander, Minn., a man shot A. T. Hunn sold to John Murphy, fifth of its intelligence. Tmie Tabl June a, 1895. bis wife three times and then committed Jr., 15 steers averaging SS0 pounds at No. 1, No. 3. No. 7. TKAINS EAST. They say that away up in the moun- Buicide. a. m. d. m. d. m. 3?c. Kranklort A 100 700 400 tains Col. Bradloy tells his hearers that It is estimated that 700 Armenians Isaac Hubbard sold to D. N. Prewitt, Lve Klkhorn " 711 41a the democracy is responsible for tbo were killed in the recent riots in Con- of Boyle, 18 hogs averaging 1G0 pounds " Stamping U round 7 38 430 148 All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Rcpairina-dona IS " Georgetown..!.- - 7 47 4 47 ano na of last winter and the late and early stantinople. at 3)c. style. Arr. C. S. Depot in first-clas4 59 7 55 3 C Fans 4 00 - 8 30 5 35 frosts this year, and tho worst of it is As a result of a collision between T. D. Ohenault, of Madison is feed the more ignorant believed him. Whv two British ships in the North sea, 14 ing 250 export cattle and holding them TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. a. m. p. m. p. m. a. m. cot tell the whole truth, colonel, and say men were drowned. for 5c. C Lve Paris 600 440 94J 6 43 ' C. ti. Depot 10 17 apeciai ar.icnr.iun io xiorses wun aiseasea lect. we have an artistic Henry Kapp, of Buena Vista, 0 the democracy is also responsible for the A few yearlings and a few good suck6 40 " Georgetown U 10 40 6 35 j 55 will satisfy the taste of tfie most fastidious in his fell from a tree while gathering appleB ling mules wanted, J. W. Baughmon, tremendous crops of this year? " stamp's urou 10 $8 703 7 33 Trimmer who work. 11 16 "Klkhorn 734 755 and broke his neck, Stanford. 8 13 Arr Frankfort A... 11 30 7 35 news was flashed over the wires The MR. BXFERIEECED PEIETEB. It is said that the One farmer in Logan county claims SUNDAY TKAINS. Friday that President Cleveland had fight may occur in the bull ring to have caught 100,000 tobacco worms in Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trill. Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort been assassinated at Buzzard Bay. At at New Laredo, Mexico, 11 30 a. m. three acreB. p. Leave the same time the people were being Four people were killed at Mount Utility, a brood mare by Election- 4 jo p. m.Frankfort 4 00 m. arrive Georgetown shocked by the intelligence, tho object of Lake, Minn., by the explosion of a The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec eer, brought f 1,625 under the hammer Uons form the shortest and cheapest route to all their consideration was quietly Bitting threshing engine boiler. points South, East, North and West. at Lexington. information apply to their agents. on the bank and patiently waiting for Four people were killed at Mount Carroll Reid started Lindoletto and For further D. HEKCAW, Gen. Pass. Aeut. C. the fish to bite. GEO. I). 1IARPEU, Hec'r& Gen.Sup, Lake, Maine, by tbo explosion of a Balk Line at Latonia Friday and each of LANCASTER, KY., Frankfort Ky. threshing machine boiler. came third. them Loving Gaines, secretary of the KenCeiling, Flooring andjall kinds Has now on hand Weather-BoardinJ. II. Forcoline, of Ardmore, I. T., George Jones, of Pulaski, sold here tucky Press Association, Bays that a trip Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F."jO. B. Prof. Dixon to death because the yesterday 20 yearling cattle at $15 and 34 shot of : to Europe is among the probabilities of feeders at 3 to 3c. Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow year's meeting. It is easy to be latter hypnotized his wife. next While riding horse back Miss Grace J. W. Baughman baa bought bo far For full Information as to time of trains, etc. Poplar, we are prepared to meet competition from all eeen what be is up to. He wants to get points on I'our Route. comtemporarioa over Meadows, of Huntington, W. Va., was 15 suckling coltB et an average of 22 and wrl'e any represenlative Hie D. B. MARTIN, a few of his hated E. O. McCORMACK, cash orders. thrown and fatally injured. Gen. Pais, and Tkt. Agt Past. Traffic Mgr. there and lose them. six yearlings: at f 33. ijEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOUKMRL John G. Carlisle delivered a masterly plea for sound raonoy and tho maintenance of tho public credit beforo the Massachusetts Reform Club at Boston Saturday night. Ho thinks that tho free silver craze is rapidly subsiding, but this does not lessen the necessity for vigilance. The fight Bhould never relax. In tne meantime, Bald be, tho government will continue to meet its obligations promptly on presentation, according to the requirements of the existing laws and public policy. Those who want gold will get it, and those who want silver will gut it. The parity of the two metals will bo maintained, and the whole volume of our currency, paper and coin alike, will be kept equal to the highest standard recognized by the commercial nations of tho world. I W HOODS MID NEW PRICES. The Louisville Store Leads. 1. - CAPES AND CLOAKS, o n SPECIAL BARGAINS Cor-belt- 's car-loa- d Cor-bet- t's THE LOUISVILLE STORE, ( t r Educate Your Daughters. 1i 1 $20,-133.5- 0, mi three-year-ol- two-year-ol- d IVIcRoberts' Drug Store Compounded three-corner- ed SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES Prescriptions Carefully Ivi'ROBERTS, Our s Winter : Beddings IB. W. 1 two-yea- - Har-rodsb- urg Ky. Midland K'y, WITHERS & HOOKER, Cincinnati nnd Fra'nlcfort one-tent- h St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., I MERSHON s & in GREER, Proprietors. i h e Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. E. E. KIEIEY. EE -- Corbett-Fitzsim-mo- ns The Noel Planing MilliCo. g, BIG : 4 ROUTE, - hm i4-- , r- - - - y- - it . - '' W. - J Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., - Octoueu lfi, 1895 A nkw lino leather holts at Shanks'. V. Read tho dialogue on our 4th page. MATRIMONIALMATTERS. $15 s Onyx tables at Danks, the jeweler. Buy a "Wonder." Oo. II. Wearen - & Don't fail to seo our 10, f 12 and suits, tho best over oiiered at the & Tate. m price-Hughe- m X h Tiiehk was an unusually largo crowd Bonn to tlm wifu of Mr. U. II. Lorbh, here yesterday, but it was a very "rot- fc.. U WALTON, Business Manager of tho Weat End, a hoy. ton" onoeo far as money is concerned. Comb and see our nllk ami wool plaids It rainod again Friday a little more Our groat Jovrelry mill sllverwaro palo for waist. Huuhes&Tate. thnnitdiu beforo, and tho indications la etlll on. UtliurH are khiUijk tho best poodfl for tho leant money. Why not You can not kill ejuail legally now till are for another Bhowor but the signal! you? Penny'n I)ru ami Juwelry Store. November 15. Hornetnber that. service does not promlso it. .. "PEnSOrJAl POINTS? goodB and crepons in great In tho county court yesterday, Mr. S. Wraitkh P. Stagg was appointed and qualified as Miw, M. D. Klmoiie has roho to Camp- - variety just receive at Shanks'. administrator of tho estate of D. B. Stagg bollavillo to visit her alater. Wk will exchannjj furniture for bailed at thorequeatof Mrs. Stagg. Mits. Btkklk Hailkv and Mrs. L. L. St. hay Biid corn. Withers & Hocker. Clair nrw visiting in Home, Ga, . freight on the 0. S. A Noiitii-idun- u Mn. J. 0. Mkiisiion, of Corhiu, is visitFound. A pair of spectacles which jumped the track near Waynesburg yesing his brother, J. B. Mealion. owner can get by paving for this notice. terday ditching 10 cars. Nobody was Mn. M. Salimciek, as usual, spent court It. K. Nool. hurt. Tho wreck caused a delay of day with tho hoys in tho IxniisvilluBtore. about 10 hours. Another total eclipse of tho moon is Mr. and Miit. H. 8. Wiriinns leave toscheduled to take plnco Thursday night, A lakoe number of educational balmorrow to visit tho Atlanta Exposition. , beginning at 0:15 v. m. and laming till lots have beon printed by order of CounMn?. J. M. Coawlky, of Campbells-vlllo1:53 a. m. ty Clerk J. F. Cummins, bo that those is visltiiiK Mr. and Mrs. W. II. UisKina. Thk Boone's Gap Tunnel is clear again who want to voto intelligently can learn Mns. J. E. 1'oiit.ma.v ia back from a ve- and Lancaster has resumed the oven to do bo in advance. Call on him for ry pleasant visit to Mrs. J. E. Patrick at tenor of her way. Only two trains each sample . Jackson. way pass her now. Somebody had a wagon load of water. Mn. W. II. Biiady has moved his famNotiuno better for a wedding present melons on tho street yesterday. They ily into his recently purchased homo on than ono of our lovely Onyx tables, top- gave cno almost the chills and fever Mill street. look at them and the man who ate Miss Mattik Walker, of Garrard, has ped oirby a beautiful Bilk shade banquet to them ran the best of chances of con joined her niotor, Miss Jano Walker at lamp. Danks, tho jeweler. tracting fever. Mrs. J. 0. Hays. ... Wsi Hehndon, Eti., tells tho LanMns. Jamks F. Cummins return ed SunThk Farmers Bank and Trust Compacaster Itecord that ho has declined and day from n, visit to hor sister, Mrs. II. I), will decline to the end to make the race ny's stock advertised by T. L. Lillard, Uunphell, at Aahland. sold at auction yesterday, three shares for representative from Garrard. Mrs. Mary Bowman and daughter, . to J. H. Paxton at J107.'25 two to J. A. Mies VlrRinia, of Danville, aro visiting Tub Somerset Paragon sayB that Kor. Spoonm.iore at HOC 25 and four to W. friends hero. Islington Leader. W. E. Arnold and family wero pleasantII. Cuninins at 1105. Miss Maris Wakre.v went to Louis- ly surprised by a donation party the othFiom conversations with people from ville Friday to ho bridesmaid at tho mar- er night. It also adds that Mr. Arnold is all over the county, wo are led to believe riage of hor cousin, Miaa Lotltln Hollo-wa- y, already much loved by the people of that that things aro getting into better shape to Mr. Riclwnl HlKalns, which will place. in Lincoln cotiDty'and that with the be solemnized this evening. Tub old reliable nurseryman, Mr. H. propor elJ'ort our whole ticket will reof Saturday conTiir Courier-Journa- l F. Hlllenmeyer, of Lexington, again ceive a good majority. tained pictureHof tho Thirteen calls p the attention of our readers to the Club of young ladles at Danville, hut Spbakino. Hou. R. T.Tyler, demofact that ho has all kinds of fruit and ortheir most Intlmatu friends could never namental trees and plants on hand of the cratic nominee for lieutenant governor, recognize n singlo on of them. o and Hon. Geo. II. Alexander, our best varieties and at tho lowest prices. Mit. It, G. Jo.Ntfl, who is building a wawill commissioner, for railroad ter tank at Now Haven for tho L. A N.. Wmi.it at Mt. Xeuia one night recent- speak here on tho ISth, when it is hoped was at homo Sunday. Ho Bays that Har- ly, eonio one stole Charley Withers' sada rousing crowd will greet them. din and tho entire ticket aro O. K. in dle. Ho followed up a trail and found it that section am that tho democrats aro at tho house of Lee Austin in Garrard. Thk Speaking. Mr. M, F. North had bought it the call on tho boys yestordny, as he had splendidly organized. Austin claimed that he had Itisv. and Mrs A. V. Sisomoro went to from a man, but ho was held to tho cir- claimed the appointment a month ago, Louisville yesterday. Mr. Sizsmoro I8 cuit court to answer all the same. but he courteously gavo way to Mr. Chae. worshipful master of tho Masonic lodge Finley, candidate for secretary of State Mr. B. B. King, canGoi.no toSi-kak- . hero and goes to represent it at tho on the republican ticket, and let him Grand Lodge. They took llttlo Hill Bl-le- y didate for representative, was at Crab speak first. In introducing him Judge M. G. M. Davison took occasion to defend with them to put him hi tho Baptist Orchard Friday afternoon when Mr. F. North, tho democratic nominee for his administration against the card issued Orphans' Home. place. Mr. by Chairman George B. Cooper and asDurinu Editor Louis Landrara's de the bauio oillce, spoke at that North ofTerea to divide time, when Mr. serted that he was saving monoy right tJntlon from his sanctum by reason o he aloug for the people. He also defended the illness of hia father, Gen. Landram, King arose and told his hearers that had prepared no speech, but that before Jim Cbadwick from tho terrible charge Mr. Letcher Owsley edited tho Lancaster was over ho would givo the of being an East Tennesseean by saying Record and did It like ho does every- the campaign East EnderH a sample of his oratory. that tho people of that section wtre the thing else, well. He is bo fond of each in hardly fair after his democratic bravest and truest living, but he did not that we hardly know which profession This opponent had tried to arrange debates once give any reason for taking the poor he will finally accept, tho clerical, the with him and had tendered him a divis- house from Mrs. Holmes and giving itio editorial or tho legal. ion of the time. It's dollars to dough- him at a much higher price. Ho closed Mies Ida May Grant, a young poetnuts though, that he doesn't speak and by saying he was going to issue eomo ess of Lancaster, and a protego of Mrs. our good Crab Orchard friends will more cards himself, which of coarse will Eugenia Dunlap Potts, has been invited probably mien tho treat promised. attention at the proper time. to read a poem, written for tho occasion, than . Mr. Finley mado a pretty fair speech upon Kentucky Day at tho Atlanta ExAoain With V; Kor. George () position. Tho poem is entitled "Tho Barnes and Miss Mario Barnes arrived for a republican. Like all of them, howMlner'a Ono Pieco of Luck." Miss Grant Saturday and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. ever, ho harped on democratic extravais a modest, unasMimlng girl, of very at- J. 0. Hays at tho St. Asaph Hotel. They gance and mismanagement and gave tho tractive manners, nud considerable tal- aro both in fine health and aro appa riniiat Frankfort hail Columbia. Most ent. She in a cousin of the Duchess of rently aa enthuniastiu in tho work as of tho officials, thero are rascals, who are Marlborough. Loxincton leader. wheu they utrred 15 years ngo to preach afraid to let tho books bo seen and the and sing tho sweet Gospel of "God Ib den of thieves should be cleaned out. c i y ANDvini hTty7 Iovo and Nothing Else." A largo crowd Gov. Brown is the only decent man in " Nkw gooda every day at Danks'. gathered Sunday afternoon in tho court- tho lot and of him the speaker could not house at the first service and listened to say enough in praise. Tho harrowing For oysters, celery and fruits see E. J. ono oi Bro. Barnes' finest discourses on story of how Auditor Norman had refusFoley. baptism. Ho took for his text "Ho that ed a Commercial reporter accees to tho A nkw and lago hue of neck wear at believeth and is baptized shall be sav books and wanted to charge him $10 to Shanks'. ed," from which ho showed that while copy certain parts of them was told in biptism wB not entirely essential to tearful cadences and like to have mado Look at ourJlU, t: i, fur capes buing eavoil, the man who would be tho colored part of tho audience cry as if Son. Severance come a full and complete Cliristlnn their heart would break, at tho way tho Ho is booger man had treated tho poor little A niik lino of Milne Mcliitoahcs just would observe tho ordinance. baptism was originally per- scribe. Mr. Finley mado the usual Hiiro that received at Shanks'. formed by immersion, hut believed that charges that much of tho money collectA noon lino of hoys clothing just ro Go recognized as baptism any mode ed by tho Stato had not been accounted received at Shanks'. that the recipient truly believed. Miss for Bnd closed with a strong appeal to his party to stand by tho ticket, which he shade banquet lamps Marie's BongB were us sweet as of yoro many hearts fond rec claimed had a fino chance to win. and awakoned in at Daukfl, tho leading jowelor. Mr. North came next and fairly outdid ollections of tho time when for 100 days Wk will exchange furniture for rag and nights tho good evangelist held forth himself. He showed how fallacious were carpets. Withers A: Hocker. hero. At night ho took for his text Fmley's charges and hold the Norman- John S:51 "If n man keep my saying, ho reporter Biory up iu riiiicuiu. uu reiurreu Wk have a complete lino of sundries shall never seo death," and from it ar to the New York bill passed by tho ra and toilet articles. W. B. McBoburtB. gued that it was possible for man to es publicans giving negroes tho right to theatres and public conveyances on capo death us it usually accepted. Tho Pocket kuiveH and ruzortf guaranteed. newspapers had quoted him inccorrectly land and water and said that so sure ns Seo our now lino. W. II. Wearen & Co. when they assorted that he had said he the republican party triumphed in this Ladies can find tho newest styles, fit would never die. He had ceased years Stato an attompt would bo mado to place and finish for Fall dresses at Miba Mary ago to make such dogmatic utterances, such a law on our statute books. Ho D. Smith. knowing how easily tho devil could counseled harmony and plead for a clos Get our prices on black and bluo Gorg thwart him, but ho bolieved stronger ing of the ranks against the common en election of the democratic es and henriottas beforo investing. W. every day that he and all who lovo emy. Tho a appearing could escapo in the dis- State ticket is far more important than His U.ShankB. embodied state wherein body, spirit and his election, and he preferred to go down Bhbnt Hays, tho large, portly dark soul wero scattered God only knows than that it should suffer defeat. ey, has been granted an increaao of pen whero over the Universe, and instead Mr. North's speech was highly comsion. They all try to do it. plimented by every ono. as soon as tbo earthly tabernaclo ia dis republican candidate For good, strong harness, lap robes solved the construction of a building of Mr. B.B.King, spoke next and last. a house not mado with hands, eter for tho Legislature, aml.horso blankets at your own price, God, nal in tho heavens, would begin, and He was handicapped by a cold, his specsee M. S. & J. W. Baughman. not await tho resurrection of the last tacles were out of order and ho had nev colognes, bay rum, Flori day. Mr. Barnes said he was led to the er tried to make a speech before. All Perfumery, da water. Extracts for tho handker- blessed hopo which he now finds given tho same, he did pretty well and made chief. Our Btock comprieea all of the all through the Biblo, when threaten- Bomo laughablo points. He sayB he ia popular odors. Craig A Hocker. ed with doiith in its worst form from for free turnpikes, just aa soon as they .. that most loathsome of diseases, a can- can be had without milking it burden-Bom- e A uandsomk display of Economist to tho tax payors. This view he has cer, and that studying tho subject with Steel Ranges, oil heaters, air tight heat- fear and trembling at first, he had had it hold for 15 years, while Mr. North is a ers, coal vases, Ac, on street at UigginB opened in fullest glory aa ho read and recent convert to the theory. "But," They aro A McKinney'a yosterday. trusted. His words wero listened to said he, "smart men chango their minda; headquarters for etovea. with ths closest attention and it was ev- fools never," and the colored brother .. . vociferously. Mr. King prom AVk have the largest, handsomest and ident that they sank deep into the cheered come again when he could read most complete lino of queensware, glass- hearts of many. "If the Lord baa his ised to and retired along with ware and lamps over brought to Stan will," as Bro. Barnes puts it, he will his notes better for atovoa preach here at night the rest of the woek the crowd that had eat for nearly four ford, We aro also headquarters boars. and then will likely go to Taylors ville. of all klnde. Farrla A Hardin. ... ... 1 ... m John Gillenwator, aged GO, and Mies Mary Caudill, 13, woro marriod at Coon's Eye, Va. Tho marringo of the Dako of Marlborough to Mis Vandorbilt has beon set for Novomber5 at noon . Daniel Apple, while colobrating tho 49th anniversary of his marriage, fell dead at Snelhy ville, Ind. M. B. Arbucklo and Miss Zenlo Em-bra popular pair of young people, were married at Richmond Inat week. Miss Ellle Burke, of Elkhart, Ind., took oxolje acid and died because her beau failed to fill an engagement with her. An eloping couple from Wise county, Virginia, walked 30 miles over tho mountains to a Kentucky town whero they wero married. A California woman has left her home because her husband refused to read the stenographic report of the Dur raut trial to her daily. Henry Porter Bnd Olivia Howard, aged 18 and 15, respectively, eloped from Hyden, and after riding 80 miles on horseback were married in Virginia. Madame Rumor informs us that about the last of this month a Texan will take unto himself a wifo in tho person of a pretty daughter of one of our county y, He Can't Split the Wood cobs, etc., just suit it. Hut "The Wonder" will burn it not split. Chunks, knots, sticks, 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. H. WEAREN & CO. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in 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- officers. m Samuel Richards, aged 84, and Mrs. Martha Heath, 77, woro married at Ind. They had never seen eich other until less than a week beforo the ceremony, George Turner, of Listersville, W. Va., in a fit of threw a cup of sulphuric acid in hia wife's face. Sho was horribly burned and her beautiful face disfigured for life. Craw-fordsville, You Prepared FOR THE WINTER. If not you had better see week and next 25 25 25 25 us, and this is our reason. JVc will sell this Boys' coats and vests at $2.50 to $4, worth $4 and $S. Men's odd coats at Si. 50 to $4, worth from S3 to $7. Ladies fall and winter Capes from 75c to $S. Every Cape worth from 1.25 to 12.50. ed Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks from 1.00 to 8.00. No such goods ever offered at the price. ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN 25 Mens' Suits at 5.00. Better than anybody's 5.00 suit. FALL, 1895. 50 pairs mens' shoes at Si .50. The best shoe we ever offered at NKW ADVEKTISKHKNTS. that price. nom-ine- All kinds of Fruit and Ornamental Treei, Shrubs, small Fruits, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Vc, Arc. No amenta. Huy direct and save money. Catalogues on application to H. F HILLENMEVER. 63 m Lexington, Ky. 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 atprices that will move them. m FOR SALE! Hotel of i j rooms with fixtures. Splsndidly located. Uood garden and orchard Mne opening for an enterprising man. Will be told at a Kor particular! call on or address, 1. U. EDMISTUN, Agent, Crab Orchard, Ky. m bar-gai- n. HUCHES & TATE. List DP Claims, Lin-cola PeopleWillTalk And you can't blame them when they see our store full of pretty new goods. AUowcd at April and October Terms of the County Fiscal Court, 1S95. If need a t 1 hp-tel- s, Amount paid for teama and lumoer ior county roads i7jj 73 I'aia i.joj laborers at $i.5 each 1,506 j Total road claims 3.98 oS Amounts were allowed as follows Chris Ador, mdso account 39 00 Mary Bastin, " 11 50 " C G. Baker iw Bradley Gilbert Co , Hook, iS Sj A. H. llastin, mdie account, 10a 63 " " J H Collier, 4 7 89 F. R: Compton, 60 JO Craig & Hocker, Book, j 30 mdsa account, John Ellis, 3 00 M D. Elmore, ' joi 00 ' J awes Fryt, 131 00 " J. C. Florence, '.049 7J L. O. Gooch A Son, " ' Si 00 Mack Huffman, Coffin acct. 31 Win. Huser, mdae account, 5 50 ltiggins & McKinncy " 157 90 Hughes ,V Tate, assigned W. R. Cook acct 13J 15 W. H King, mdie account, 36 3J King A I'rcwitt, ' 7 SO McCarty, Baler kV Co. mdse account, 90 00 W. L. McCartv. ' ' 100 00 W II McRoberts, bosk 100 00 W. E. Perkins, tndse l6l 3 G. L. Penny, ilru 74 S. II. Shanks, mdie 8 30 A. C. Sine, lumber 7 90 A. A. Sutber.t Co. mdso 0 00 S. K. Tanner, mdse 340 00 I). W. Vandcveer, 90 40 Waro A singleton, 5 50 W. H Wearen & Co., Withers .V Hocker, 1)8 00 W P. Waltdn, printing 31 3J S. I). Adams, coal 14 30 W A.Caison, G6 48 mdse W. R. Cook, 101 15 Isaac Hamilton, 31 50 Petet Straub, 3 50 coffln J. II Stephens, 3 5 B. Higgins, coal J. 33 30 Election officers, 1694, 101 30 Rent for rooms for holding election, iSoj, 3 00 G. W. DeBorde, Jailer claim, 631 JO Mershon - Greer, blacksmith account, 5 S Doctors' claims (or county paupers, 79S 50 W. C. Harnett, holding inquest, 0 00 " W. A. Coffey, " 6 00 A Fur Cape, A Cloth Cape, A New Jacket, A New Dress, Look at our goods before buying. Wc will save you money. Our JFinter Traps are coming in every day. We have New Percales, sol. id and figured. Outing and Teasel Down Cloths for Wrappers and Breakfast Jackets, New Crepons for Dresses and f Frappers and hun dreds of other new things to show you. if 1 Severance So Son. 't 1 1 33 Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Ready-made or made to measure, as suits customer. ." Can fit any man. H. : J. M'ROBERTS. IJ.H. BAUGHMAN. S. H. BAUGHMAN. Pauper Collins J. 1. Bailey, 19 50 tee bill, " J. F. Cummins, J. N. Menefee, T. D. Newland, " " " " " 3J 37 53 L. C. Bc&!cy, examiner school supt, S ' ' ' F. Cummins, 3 " ' G. M. Davison, 5 ' " ' F. J DufTey, Try some of our brands and you will have no other Fancy Patent No 1, Alpine Knew, Fancy Family. 3 Belle of Lincolu and Creole. J. II. Engleman, keeping John Kennedy, 35 00 Mrs. Sue Holmes, poor house bill, 446 30 : Samuel Owens, jail account, : : : 3 80 W. A. Tribble, special attorney, 30 00 Bond Committee, S10 each, 30 00 Our Specialtie- s- Seedt oi all kinds, mixed and crushed to order Corn, Rye, ShipstufT, Oats, BarJ. N. Menefee, attending to election booths, ia 00 ley and Bran. Remember all Feed orders must be accompanied with the cub. Address cr call on " Same, on property listed and not found, 2655 Uuitding committee, $10 each, 30 00 Judge visiting poor bouse, 1500 Mrs W. F. McClary, 100 00 goo 00 County judge's salary, County attorni y's salary, 600 00 County superintendent's salary, 800 00 Clerk waiting on fiscal court, 200 00 Magistrates' fees, 10a 00 J. 90 00 70 00 00 00 00 a STANFORD ROLLER MILLS Make the Best Grades of Flour and Meal SEED WHEAT Always On Hand. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO., Proprietors, Stanford, Ky. Fireplugs, " G. h. Cooper, lee bill 1S94, J. S. Owsley, commonwealth attorney, 100 00 165 35 115 00 SILK SHADES, BANQUET LAMPS, ONYX TABLES. and see them. Ii3,9(5 14 State of Kentucky, (act County of Lincoln: I, James F. Cummins, Clerk of the Lincoln Co, Court, d hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true list of claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Lincoln County at Its April and October terms, 1B9J, as shown from the records in my office, Witness my hand this, Oct. 10, 1893. JAS. V. CUMMINS, Clerk. The First Shipment of these Handsome Goods Have Arrived. Call DANKS, The Jeweler. 3C Br"'Vfy ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourm: AT THE TICKET. For Governor, P. WAT HARDIN, of Mercer. For Lieutenant-Governor, A DIALOGUE. "Good morning neighbor" "A (rood morning neighbor. Take a seat." "I believe I will, you do look so comfortable and your good wlte It always so cheerful that I really feel refreshed when 1 drop in with you for a few moments Fire so bright, no dust nettling around on things." Enter good wife. "Good morning sister." Hear ing last remark.) "That Is owning to the coal we burn. We used for a long time cheap coal and I tell you honestly I was Iretttng from morning un. til night, bnt sinco we have been using the Falls Branch Jelllco Coal It Is just as you s.c It The best is me cheapest.'' "Well, well, I'll go tight straight and order some. Good morning " I am "Where aro you going, husband? to Mr. Noel's office." "What for? Wchave of coal.' tr "Ye. I know. duI I haven't it yet and I felt so cheap when you and nelghvor u. were talking that I cculd have been bought for a nicklc." "Well. well, go along and say hold in order to mako up for the past just you order too bushels more of Falls Brant h and say, don't forgot to order jo bushels o' that clean, delightful II id Kye Cannel lor Mary to use In the pallor. Now go along and pay lor iUwhen you order, for o'd Undo lohn will take so much puns to put it avvay Lice Now go, Noel & Son, don't forget.'' SPRING AND SUMMER. Somothing.to Beautify tho Ladies. New Hats, flowers and lacest Dally openimng We fflvft tnn assurance to the trade that they wil. find In our establishment the same excluslveness n style or patterns, hats ami uonneu ana an tne first-class trade tor leather on at Stanlord or at my home in Olteu-helcourt Chas. Ennslin, Tanner. UITiEQ fllLTjO. days I will take all the hides I can forcashortn get DBu W. B. PElTITTr, 'f BSBSBSBlWiLBl,V Published Bvory Tuoaday and Friday W. S. BTJHCH, Attornoy at Law, $2 IPSIZ YJflAR IN ADVANCE flWWhen cot to paid 32.60 will be charged.") R. T. TYLER, of Fulton. For Treasurer, K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains leave Stanford i 7:15 a. m arriving at 4:30 p. m. and 9:7a p. m. nd 3 p. m. It. C. FORD, of Clay. For Auditor, L. C. NORMAN, of Boone, leading novelties in Millinery for which we ate known throughout tho country. 1 hate trimmer lor the seasecure! a son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore so liberally M D. DUliDhRAR' bestowed. KATE DUDDKRAR, Manager. Stanford, - - Kentucky. Dentist, : Stanford, Ky. 1 Oflice on Lancaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention. W Office on Main Street, Opposite the Posl-Olfi- L. &!N. LOCAL TIME CARD. For Register of the Land 17pm Office, G. B. SWANGO, of Wolfe. W. No, Ho. Vo. 4, Train going North S. 5i No.3, " " South " " .. -- . .. 3 t5 a m ia 04 p m u J. For Attorney General, HENDKICK, of Fleming. ni i 115pm QUEEN & CRESCENT. P m .1.35 ...3.15 ...b.oc For Secretary of State, HENRY S. HALE, ot Graves. Trains past Junction City at follows No. x South ...... 11. 4S a ra No a North " ' ...... 840pm 10 Nos. j and 6 and 9 and 10 run no bor than Junction City, nor on Sunday. 9 " " 3 5 V " ......tt.35 a ra " uijara " 4 6 " am am fur. pm Note. ForSupt. ol Public Instruction, ED PORTER THOMPSON, of Owen. For Commissioner Of Agriculture, ION B. NALL of Louisville. For Railroad Commissioner, GEO. II. ALEXANDER, of Louisville. For Representative, M. F. NORTH. For School Superintendent, To the Tax-Paye- rs of Liucoid Co. New goods of the latest styles just received. A farm with good dwelling and ail necessary Call In aud see the largast and best assorted line outbuildings, 3 miles .southwest of Hut'"?- - i!le. ever brought to Manlord Prices as low as the Fifty or 60 acres to go In corn, 40 to go in wheat lowest. Law, MISSLICCIE I1KAZLKV. and aj or 30 to go in hemp. Twenty-riv- e acres in good grass. All s Stanf.rd, Ky laud. Terms, Money Rent In Advance Also joo Bushels Burt Oats for Sale. Will at, as Executor,Admlnittrator and Assign- K. S. POWELL, o Hustonvillp, Kv. ot Special attention given to Settle nents Ky. Sale and Division of as Attorney lies, : : olants'i.anas. Meet all Trainstght and day. Patrons taken to Office on Lancaster St overSupt. W, F McCla any part of town Flee of Charge, y's office. 90 Good Livery Attached, Fare ef Hotel $.oo per 1 --6m A. 1! BASTIN, Prop. day. E. Attornoy at Stanlord, - Kentucky. Vamoa, Fs-an- d FOB, BENT. first-clas- TO THE X.ADIES 1 t 4 J THE BAST1N HOUSE, Crab Orchard, 1 J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, w. s. uracil CRABJDRCHARD. Rev. A. V. Siz9tiioro will begin a of ineetiugs at the Baptist church He-ri- F w I. Somerset, here soon. The baee ball season closed Saturday & with n Rame by the nines of the school Capital StockSTAIiXE, and Slatesville. Score 14 to 0 in favor of "STour Surplus - - Kentucky. the former. I will go to any place where there ar six or The Christian Endeavor organized Attention of the public is invited to the far THE mere cattle to tiehern. I do the work with the that this is the only National Bank StanforJ ll you need livery give us a call. Nothing but Lightnlrg Dehoruer Can dehorn any cew la church is doing Under the provisions or tne nationalin Hank recently at the Christian seconds. The makes a by the EXPOSITION ferrates. turnouts will leavo our stable! Sec us threedoesnot crush knife break the clean, smooth In our a great work. Tho membership is very stock, but are secured not only liability capita, cut, ner horn, as the bv the stockholders lor at clipper dees. It Is Ih only humane way to delarge and still increasing and along with amount equal to the stock, so that depositors el HARNESS SHOP horn Doe. not punish the animal like the saw, a fund of $40o,icc. this Institution are secured by WILL UK HELD and the wwuud gets well a quick again as that Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank t the interest .a all the time growing. You will find a good assortment of Hatnees, made For further call yearto the United organized are made eachassets are examined States guvsra Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 189C. dles, Saddlra.Ac Have your repairing done Bri- on by the saw. A. PKYTON, Icformatlon, Kv. A foot ball eleven is being by C. itaufotd, cunt and Its at stated times Absolutely Pure.1 our man, he understands his butieees. Wchave a See the Lightning Pruning Hcok. 101. lovers of the game. by government agents, thus securing aldititons by tho Crab Orchard mechanic in our On ground traversed by rifiilpits, over depositors. A cream of tarter baking pow- Of course it will ben strong one and is and perfect safety tooriginally established as tc Sherman threw the Crst shell into Atlanta 31 which years This institution, BLACKSMITH SHOP. Exposition Is last Deposit Bank or Stanford in iSj8, then der. Highest of all in leavening expected to wipe np the earth with tho ued as the National Bank of Stanford in iS6. ace ago, therailway facilities ol taking shape. The exthe great cellent Will guarantee first elan work and atisfctir vilas the First National Bank ol again strength. Latest United States teams of somoof the. neighboring dMces Tiy our hoi shoer. Stanford in iS3, has had practically an uninterSuccessors to J B. Hlggins. Dialers in lages, such as Stanford and Lancaster. rupted oxistenceof 31 years. It is better supplied Government Food Report. now with facilities for transacting business prompt and knobs ly and liberally than ever Excursions to the "Flats" Public Sale of a Fins BlwUrass Farm, an? aOYALBAKING POWDER CO., to secure tho good things brought by honorable career. Accountsbefore in its long fidu of corporations, curies, firms and individuals respectfully solit 106 Wall Street, New York. Jack Frost are quite frequent among our ted. Situated In Lincoln ountr, Ky., alout t miles of this South cast f Danvill The and sani. distance from Kv. voting people now. They rob tho squir ForestuDirectoryLincoln Bank is composed or ROUTE Stanford and IS tnllet from City, containReid, county; B. Cattleman. We will continue the coal busmen at Mr A. G. Lantsm rel of his nuts, the 'possum of hia Join ing about Vit acre, ib a high state of cultivation. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; An J Its connections to Atlanta, together with low 'Ibis Is the well known evi Hubble arm and eld stiad and will havem hand at all times railway rates, will enable the people to make a de one of the best watered Farms in grapes, and occasionally, we J. II. Colbei. Lincoln; lentuckv, hav the very best c l v hicn we will deliver promptly lUhtful trip at but small expense. ing eight never failing springs ami Knob l.Uk We will sell strictly far cash ami will mate It to W. Hayden, Stanford; good old countryman ol a .V Crescent runs sunerb J. learn, some vcMibtited The Ouwn Uuuugn the entire place. The the Interest oi the people 01 this section to pay S. H. Baughman.l Lincoln; traltta with through sleepers ami carrying Parlor, Creek running 10 rooms, all ContaUs portion of tho yield of hia orchard. ncressaiy j, Cale nnd Observation Cars, (rem Cincinnati direct ings and numerous large and small barns.outbuild- Cash. Fencing J. S. Hocker, Stanford;" Lexing-tefto Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, I suppose there is no other town in In repair W. A. Trlbble. Stauferd; Mere than all.NUegood take place Somer ct and Harrlman en route. will rt Danville, Ky , at t o'clk A. S. Lincoln county blessed with such a .nu eo mllea shertef t line Special tew reduced rates M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Ask jour i.iueeti Ar Crescent to the Kxpsitlon T. P. Hill, Stanford; merous number of tho canine family as Monday, October 21, 1895 Surgeon ajeat something about it In detail. Write to K. L. Tanner,;McKinnev; Crab Orchard. They have been making Chattanooga, Tenu. County court day. Terms liberal and la suit tte A J. LVTLK, D. P. A , M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon.Ky Dentist, For further particulars apply to Mrs. night hideous to an extent that can no J. 8. Hocker, President; CHAS. V. ZKLL, D. P. A , - - Cincinnati, O. purchaser M. J. Hubble, Danville. Ky or longer be endured. But tho lovers of Jflo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; printed matter. For free inforr ation and $S OKO S. SHELBY. Mielby Oty. Ky. A. A. McKiuoey, Asst. Cashier. W. C RINKAUSON.t.. P A, - - Cincinnati &CASTLEMAJS gentle sleep and "civil rights" need have Oaice over McKobeits' DrugStors In the Owsley no misgivings as to the future. The best MANAGERS, Building SiSLXalS I , person is five killed record by any one Qomaierce Building, Louisvillo and three wounded. Agents throughout the South Two Good Blue-GrasMrs. I. J- - McKinney, of MontgomFarms near V. a. RILEY, Proprietor, ery, Ala., is visiting Mrs. Slaughter. She Ilustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. volW. A. TBXBBLE, Local Agont, is the authoress of a very popular London. - - - Kontucky. I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and plume ume of poems under thenomde STANFORD, KV. The heirs ot Mrs. America Bailey, dcd.,elTer Ihaveraond to toy better of "Katydid." Mrs. Burke, of Junction on easy monthly payments, orjany other terms to suit the purchaser for sale her two Farms, situated ab ut one mile prepared than ever to ntw Hotel andthact public. accommodate , mail orders and carry as fine a line west of Hutionvllle, in Lincoln county, en ih best. I give special attention to Cit-is visiting her mothor, Mrs. liradlordsville turnpike read Tliew two Farms lired. Give rata call. adjoin and taken together conulu 340 acres et Miss Ferrell, of Nicholasviile, is of goods as can be found any where in the land. 77 .FRANK RI LEV, land and can be divided so as to Include alxul 149 I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever acres In the home place and too acres in the elh visiting Miss Maybelle Fayne. Mrs. W. joNM. T jr.NSS, er. The buildings and Improvements on each HAruttn. J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Give me a call and be convinced. of Nicholasville, is visiting her sold them before. are comfottaMo and substantial. Each ot the (arms is well waterrd ami convenient to good schools S" Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. Judge Stephen brother, Dr. Fayne. - ami churches Terms reasonable Title clear. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking For further information apply 10 either of us. Burch has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Kate TWO DOLLARS Per Day. J P. BAILEY. h.anferd, Ky , & this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue Iiiggius. W. E. Perkins and R. H. m HOCKF.k. ilu.tonvlll., Ky. J , I)an- f'AMJTriC DLNLAP. M 5 Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large have been in Cincinnati for sever- teaching as before. Address vllle. Kv. and Commodious Sample Rooms. Ky. Halls and office connected by Ehctrlc Bells. al days. Mies Lottie Dillion has been Sole proprietors Dean's Black Diamond Roo Prompt and polite pervice to guests 47 been I ami Kstlraatcs furmined lor painting Wood. very sick. Mrs. L. Bell has also hllL AKlK I Offers his M. Newland, W. S. Dutch, o the people ol West LinThe t ix fer tho year 1895 Is long past due. By coln and Cascr Counties, Deputy bherlft Alty. at La full stock of CotBus law 1 have to settle with the State the lastof and Caskets always on hand. The tax mutt be paid before I can settle. IJ. S. Carpenter, Manager. So tho 9) will please come forward and (Sc Tho undertlgned committee will until Oct. so. pay promptly without further delay, 8o, roielve bids lor pauper medical practice of M. S. IlAVGIIMAN. J. W. Respectfully, T. II NKWLAND, Lincoln county, the county to Iks dit ided accord33 Sheriff Lincoln Co. ing to old magisterial districts pscept Stanlord and Hubblu precincts will be combined and Crab Orchard and Walnut Flat precincts combined, and Stanford, Lincoln Co., The litis ill be received for these raormtTOHs phxslciana are to furnish the medicines. Hie bids We offer our scrvlcta to the public to do a gen ilh county clerk oral Collecting Business Accounts, tietes, etc OF.STANFOKD. KY G M. DAVISON. ) collected in all parts ot the county. u din J. F. CUMMINS, ) Cem'tee. J.B. PAN. TON, - TO PHTTSICIA1TS HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Buroli ITQwlcvnci, Kentucky FIRST NATIONAL BANK M.S.&J.W.Baugiiman, Conoral Colloctors, vv S200,O00 23,7O0 UVERY, FEED SALE ATLANTA Stanford, ss Dehorn Cattl first-cla- POWDER an R. R. Noel & Son Stanford, QUEEN AND CRESCENT All Kinds of Coal, HI;-gin- Shi-lb- y 'aim-monsnn- s' ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. 1 I ), :mmM Sompaey PRICE, BAKBEE Stanford, Ky. FOR PIANOS andORGANS. THE s RILEY HOUSE v DM-lio- a iAIICEB HOUSE, o, . Kentucky. Bro-naug- h P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. I JOISTES BROS., Tin Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, v.. v.- -.. Tne political issues were discussed to I will rent to the highest bidder on the voters of the town Saturday by the Oct. 1895, lion. M. F. North, candidate for repre-:- sentative, lie made an excellent speech My Fatm of ona hour and ten minutes in longth and Ky. Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of Fino Land, Acres closed with a strong appeal to all demoSTall About 70 acres to go In corn and about fs acres 3 crats to stand by the State ticket to the already sown In wheat. It is about midway be1895. tween Hhelby Cltv and Milledgeville, in hall a regardlest, of what might be tho remile of Danville ,V llustonville pike 1 here arc Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- - last, tnents. four good houses on the place and plenty of wasult in his own race, declaring that no Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ct ter fossesalon given Jsn. i, 1S96 democrat could refuse to vote for Hardin Study. At the same time will sfil ao cattle, 16 hogs, Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. mouoy question, Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle I; sheep, 3 mules, 6 horses, two wagons, two bugwho is wrong on the Best teachers cinploted, each a specialist la her gies, one binder, drill, plows and gears, 600 barOwn Department. but right on everything else, while Brad nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine rel! of corn, 10 stacks ol hay, Ac. Boarding pupils under the direct supervision of our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting The , farm will be rented for ia months, payable ley is right on the money question but teachers. Jan iv7, (ood note required. On personalPor further information, address that six wrong on every other principle of vital short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line ty, all sums of $10 and under cash, overnegotiable WILLIAM SHELTON, President. months' credit without Interest; notes importance to the State and Nation. The 01 Buggies and Surreys. and payable in bank. JAMKh V. MOOUE, democrats in and around Crab Orchard City Ky. YOU ARE GOING . .IK are getting over their soreness in regard W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. to the head of the ticket. They are conHKRD OK THE cluding that a free silver democrat will ...THE be iuflnitely preferable to a republican Good Blue-Gras- 3 Farm Near hoes, who it is to be expected would event of R. H. Pror, Stanford. Live Stock, Bank rule with a high hand in the his election. All will do their duty in Stock, Crop, Farming Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. November. Implements, &c. STAFFORD quite ill. Sale and Renting,. 19th, Female College, LOOK HERE Saturday, Metal and lion Kcofs Satisfaction Guaranteed All tools painted with Dean's Black Diamond ... Paint euaranicrd fnr n..t... 1. ern Pumps and Oalvaaued'lron filters. 6;.ro po.vr TORUErniAT Stanford, Session Ojicns Sept. 250 of THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKY. KY., Have just been overhauled and repaired froa n 10 top by the fatuous Richmond City Mill Works, or Richmond, Ind , and with capacity now increased, are Joing more and better work than ever before, and with the old tellable I) V Kennedy s head miller, you are sure of stood Hour and fair treatment H suie and bring us your grinding and when buying call lor our old and wall established brands Favorite Patent, La. dies' Kavontc and Bakers' Choice HATES A SON, -uccestor to K. L. Tanner., ravorlte Milling Co. hot-loi- Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, 1 B. K. WEABEIT. BLUE-GRAS- S 6o-t- d G. B. COOPER, Proprietors of......... WHTE WEST, . Duroc Jersey Red Swine Bronaugh, PUBLIC SALE. Uvcry and Feed: Stable, STANFORD, KV. Having bought or P W. Green his Llvcrv business and added new buggies and horse., we are prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS Louisville a, Nashvilic R. R. Is the line for you, as its Dally Trains double close connections Make at 2.0UISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. TTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information of Mr Fred Miller ot Irvine. HI. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so called KldneX cures but without any good result. About n year ago he Degan use 01 liiecmc oui found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especia ly of all Kidney and Liver troubles adapted to cure and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only 50c. lor arge bottles At A. R Penny's Drug Store. It MayDo os Much for You Stock. Pigs for sale fro-- the best types of Registers Breeders secured from tne best herds In several different States. Correspondence Solicited The heirs of John M ed, will, on short notice. The traveling us always ready and willing to and Bcttie Reid, deccas- - mers' Wagons, cither single or of a.! kinds at very LOW On Thursday, Oct, 31st, 1895, At the mansion house on the premises, about miles trom Stanford, offer at public auction, Farm of the i public will fiad furnish Drumdouble, or Card-age- s PRICKS. The boys In and around town will also find ut the people to deal with. Stop with us when In town court, and entertainments and your horse and at will be well cared for. .G"- - COOPKR r. Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. v.-hi- u li JOE S.KICE. Agent, Portland. San ..To the. A severe wind and rain storm! raged Stanford, Ky alone tlie New England coaat, north of Cape Ood. Up to 8 o'clock Sunday nij?ht 5,22 inches of rain had fallen in Boston. Francisc o In 12 hours the fall there was 3.22 inch- ea . If Troubled with Rheumatism Read This. I have used ChamANNAPOLIS Mil,, i8o berlain's Pain Balm tor rheumatism and found it is claimed for it. I believe to bo 'l that H to be be best preparation for rheumatism and deep seaitd muscular pains on the market ana cheerfully recommend it to the public. Jno. G. Brooks, dealer in bojts, shoes, etc., No. 18 Main NdDBTMWEST Via The ,W-- ' STtTCMrrairaaraiWMrasimX Klllficl Muing3s&2Ha.t? '. t r "- - - - uiia9iaMijBi Only DiniDc Car Route From -- drtouisvmr.HtwAtaAr"jt cwato RrXST' LB rouisirxx.xs Chicago. man who had been suffering with rheumatism for several years, it made him a well man. A.J. McGill. For sale at jo cents per bottle by Craig A' Hocker, Druggists, Stanford, Ky. ALSO READ THIS. MECHANICSVILLE, St. Mary county. Md. I sold a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm to a TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. tTer'tnapu or any Information, address E. H. BACON, ITtANK J. REID, !D. P. Agent, G. P. Agent, - The executive council of the G. A. R. at Louisville gave Director General John 11. Millikin $1,350 for his excellent work in behalf of the successful meeting. The best salve in the world for cuts, bru lies, sores, ulcers, salt rbeum, fever sores tetter, chap- pea hands, chilblains, corns and ail skin eruptions, It positively cures piles, or no pay repuued. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money by refunded. Price ?5 cents per box. A.K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Louisville. Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. SJonver. MONON' Route. to call for Be SURE I St. Paul. I I HIGGINS & McKINNEY, $' .MrnSl.1 itfr, nil S'iMIi' iarm is well Improved and is wry desirably local ed and the land is of the best quality. The improvements consist of a large to-atordwelling as eood as new and all necessary outbuildings. g farm is watered by five springs The fruits and and has a ltrge orchard ol ot desirable variety. The neighborhood is one of the best m tho county, with no objectionable surroundings. Tbconvenlcnce to tne churches and schools in Stanford make the location very superior. Stanford has several cliurches, a largo female college, a good male academy and tluur.ahing school, a good merchant flouring mill and s supplied with water works, electric light and Ice factory. , This farnf will first be offered in three lots; One of 35 acres off of the Northeast corner, one of 315 acres, including improvements, and one of about 50 acres Sou in 01 resilience anu on tne oppoMle side of the road from the residence Then the tract w.ll be oflered as a whole and the highest and best bid accepted. Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. W, K. McKinney has possession and will take pleasure in showing any one over the farm For further Information address Reid heirs, .Stanford, Ky At the same time and place I will, as executor ol the will ot John M. Reid, dee'd, sell at public auction to the highest bidder the personalty of the state of the decedent consisting of 7 cattle, 3 yearling cattle. 3 milk cows and calves, year55 sheep, 7 yearling mules. 1 yearling Ally, filly, 1 4 year-ol- d sadling horse colt, I work horse, 3 brood mares, dle horse, 1 y tar-olmule, 50 fat hogs, 10 sows and t colt, t pigs, 60 shoats, 350 bushels of oats. 350 barrels of corn, 5 stacks of hay, 8 shares of s'ock in First National Bank of Stanford, is shares of stock in Marion National Bank, farming Implement, household furniture, Ac. Terms of Sale of Personalty: For all sums of $10 and under, cash; over that amount a en dit of four months on note witn gooi security, bearing interest from date and payable in bank. y never-failinld 1 d About 300 Acros of Land, Farmers Banfc&Trnst Co On which John M. Reid lived at his death. This Or STANFORD, KY Isnowfully.orgsnued and ready for business with Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Surplus, . 20,000. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with th. same assets and under the same management, . By provisions of its chait.r, depositors are as ..,. .. uilr orotected a. am rfmn.Un.. i. ,harehoId" bng held Individual?! liaole to the extent of the amount of their vlue i0'00'. o addition th" amount invested n such shares. It may to .n.ndividua,m,DUtri,0r' UU8l0e' C" '"S "' ? whe,hmnaeTnh, Stanlord, we we here tender our trust t h w.ti u .7-- ffiT.t'L'"?.. .:r iii. ... tion to samo, our twenty years' banking andas liberal accommodations as are lilont with souad banking. ?8riK """"""' irnaci busines; grantee ror prompt ""r tnelr '"" ana to.. J j. Williams, Ml. directors; Vernon; . H. Shanks, Stanford; J. J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; B. Owsley, Stanford; J e Casj, Stanford; William Cooch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MllledgjvilU, a. ri. Shinies, President, Or. 6otd J. B. FOSrilK, Ea'or. J.B. OwaJer, Caihisr, W. M. 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