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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895102201 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. i rtT" vol. xxiii. LANCASTER, emi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1895. I NO. 67 Prof. Matt Thomson ia In town thia week j TYLER AND ALEXANDER. and reports himself greatly pleased with Jas. Powell last week ehipped 72 Loo Thoinag, of Lexington, bonclit . ! hia now business, lifo insurance. Ho , Speak to a Delighted Crowd at tho of W. D. Uurton, of Buckeyi', two com JbIioUh to CinciiinHti for which ho speechea of Hon. said that Scott Thomson, who had his leg Those who heard tho tho top of tho imrket IJc. blned horses for? 100. From indications then will bo on broken a few weeks since, is doing no It. T. Tyler and Geo. U. Alexander at the Ilev. T. It. Ktapliont), of N'aw Jpmhv , court-houFriday afternoon were greatIn order to settle the estate of A. R. Penny, deceased, the entire will pronch nt tho l'raebyteriitn church, the part of the voters hero next Novern- -j goodjind fears aro ontertnined that ho will not recover, or if ho does, that ho ly pleased. Mr. Alexander's romarks bar such a scratching as would make an morning. next stock of Drugs, Books, Stationery and Jewelry is ofTered for sale priwill be crippled for life. Dr. Tom Bohon, wore short but to tho point Bnd Bhowed About 50 doctors attotulml tho meet old lien die of envy. vately. This store has been run continuously and successfully for -- Geo. Sandusky, of Somerset, baa whoso magic pan has created a city out that ho knew "whero ho waa at" and apat nny Idr Uftv, more than lmo beia of a country store and pile of staves, was preciated tho help thai Lincoln county about 30 years and is now doing a good business. This is a rare oprouted Dr. H. Brown's blacksmith ohop meeting for a long titni. had given him Iu securing the nomina- portunity to purchase a well established Dlod in tills louoty n few milefl of and hart begun busine. This at ono here last week. Arch Itue, the well business. Also the kno an photographer of llarrodaburg, is tion for railroad commissioner. At tho of timo was the best location for LancflBlor last Wedtteiilny an inftnt residence on the West side of Lancaster St. For particulars apply to with us this week, miking pkntoaof our conclusion of his oprech, Hon. It. C in the tovfn. Mr. ntnl Mrs. Jack Turner. Warren, who had performed a like ser and fair With the double chloride of gold K. V. Lawless, of lliickcve, wiM his vice for Mr. Alexunder, then introduced farm of 210 acres lo Mwwr. It. I. A It. L treatment nwir at hand for their physical OF A LOCAL NATURE. tho next lieutcnnnt governor of Kenills and the double aalvntlon. of BroBurton for S42.60 por Bern. Whisky men at Pineville havo not tucky in highly eulogistic worda and Stanford, Ky. Mr. Henry Clay Juimlng lias rented BarniH, for their spiritual ailments, tho began a xpieuh which many fay hU farm on tho Sugar Creek piko about old Hlnnere of 8tiiford ought to bo on up "municipal ticket. Tho device ia a wae tho finest thoy over heard. In tho barrel. two miles from Lancaster to JaincB top. beginning ho stated that he waa unalterGov. Brown has appointed C. S. PorMr. Spra(jgiiis Iirh opened the "fall Clark, of lloylo. ably in favor of a sound currency and 0. K. Crawford, of I).invillo, Hewionof hlo "Do Nothing Claes" with a ter, ol Sonieraot, a member of tho State Kv. construed tho democratic platform to deon Uigoly incrcaaed atlendanco over laat board of Pharmacy. prenolied at the. Pruebytorlan church At Danville tho Centre Collogo elev- clare for it, but tho question had no Sunday. Tho aubict of hia dlaeou re year. Some who graduated last year placo iu a Slate campaign, being purely a War to the Knife. have entered upon a was "Con(ccrtiou." course en wan defeated by tho State Collego by National one, nnd that a difference in the score of 0 to 0. Nov. I. T. Willis, pfGeorKetown, has this fall. opinion in tho matter waa no excuoa for Mra. Barr was given $9,000 at Mr. John Goode took our breath Just closod a protracted met'tiiijf nt Mt. against the Louisvillo South-er- n any democrat to refuse to support Gen. Hebron In Lower Garrard in which thvru away by presenting us with a pear as big Hardin, who ia right in everything e!ao for killing her husband. church. a man's head that ia, a small man'M. were 10 or more adJitions to the and worthy and well qualified for tho -- Hon. W. T. Tevis, of Itichmond, was Tho ordinance of baptism was ad- This monster weighed n pound and odo higlieet oiiicp in tbo State. Ho utterly ministered Friday uveaing lo a number ounce and wkb brought to this section run over by a span of horses driven by refuted tho malicious charge that there of converts to the Baptist church, by tho from Alabama. In quality it wan all that Ida nephew nnd badly hurt. pno1 could be desired. Judge Wm. McKeo Duncan, of was mlannnagement and corruption nt Your money never woold buy as much as at present, for we have pastor, Itev. T.,II. Campbell, at thoFrankfort and Bhowed how well tho offireached the upon Mr. Leaudur Dvidson'u farm it few Uv. Sauford M. Logan, of Sfinford, Louisville, a brother of Mrs It. O. War- cials bad done under the extraordinary lullea of town. recently preached two very instructive ren, ia aciudidtte for alderman. increase of expenses growing out of tho who kill.-Tiio young members of the Preaby Hiid eloquent discourses at tho Pretby- - ;J Churlefl another conatitutional and tho convention terian uliurch met Sunday afternoon for terian church. Mr. Logan is a young noaro at Middlesboro over a woman was lengthy legislation necenaary to conform given a life Hrtiiteiic at Pinevilllo. a Christian man with certainly a brilliant future betho purpoHo of Bud Thomas, a colored laborer from tho lnwa to it, while at the name time the Jl re have but one desire, that is to show you goods and quote you Kndeavor Society. .Mr. Farrn n. of lu-vlll- fore him. His sermons wero very greatin tho ly appreciated and highly complimented Mt. SterllHg. was crushed to death by the tax rate had beeu reduced and thopcbool a very uuihaniastic workr Bed Rock Prices. derailment of a construction train nt Bo- per capita iticroaned He compared tho Booioty, wai prfent. by our people. States aud counties which aro under reThorn will ! a rourt day dlmier at A petition was circulated to obtain ron. publican rule with thoso under demofoot-- l all game nt Itichmond beO.H Tho Mr. It II. llttaoa'a new the lawful number of eiguaturee, asking tween Central University and Vnnder-bi- it cratic and proved by facts and figures Metltodiet tho county clerk to placo 28th by tho latliaa of the a ticket, that ours is the party of economy and When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, resulted in a abut-ou- t for the forchurch. As the proctla are to ro to .I John Ellis, O. T. Griges and J. good government and the only ono that that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not warda furuituro for their new church E. Hniltimts, on tiioodicial ballot of the mer, Vanderbilt scoring two touchshould bo truated. Mr. Tyler made a till then. Headquarters for they hops to be wt.ll iMtronlzetl. Novomber election for town trustees of downs and one goal. powerful appeal for harmony and tho Pattie, little daughter of Mr. and At tho rxcbaiiKo Saturday afternoon thle place. Squirt Ellla alterwarda had Mra. C. O. Oilhsnlo, of., Somerset, died support of tho whole ticket and after under tho charge of ths Ladltf' Aii So- bin name withdrawn. dressing down Col. Bradley to the amuseciety of tho Christian church a nice ntun Millard Allen has added to his livery last week of diphthoiia. Tho lmetved ment of Drew, Selby & Co's hia hearers, closed by recit- Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Tiiey will have tho wuio accommodations a glass iiuut hack and parents have tho aymjwtby of their waa realixetl ing this from tbo Memphis Commercial Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal TailI v. every Saturday afternoon from 2 to thus bag brought U4 on to an equality friendB iu this county. Appeal, while democrats went wild with ors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distancJamea T. Bailey, a prominent u. forr M'Veral weekp. perhaps till with other cities of our aize and I in por ed more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for proof Versailles, fell over a CO foot delight nnd doubled up with laughter: Thanksgiving. tnnco and at the eanie time rendered it Tho Hon. W. O. Bradley went into tho duce. CMAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. Wright Kelley wiw Saturday pofsible for our young men to depart a Ohir, while on a flshingjtrip, nnd wan seHon. afternoon nuintiiftletl to make tho pice life of wlngle ctJHfodtieee. Junu Hocker riously hijurod. Ho is tho father of campaign with tho warwhoop that over rose from Kenfor representative from O trranl nnon tr o has examined it and pronounced it all Mrs. W. O. WherrittJut Lancaster. tucky uoil since tho daya of Dauiol Sillus Browning shot and killed republican ticket. He rejuewinied this rigbi. Boone. Ho went out of it with the yelp Mrs. Mary Hrr.dloy has dlaposwl of Steuben Green near Pineville. Brownoonnty in tho laal term of tho Legislaof a cur hVo preceding a clattering oyster property in Itiiletowu, a Riiburb of ing had accused Green of stealing his ture, bavins bwn a resident only four our city, to Arch Frye, of tho county, pocket book and tho latter was throwing can down tho etonv atroet. For Win. O, when nominated. months for $ 1,200 This houao has been occupied rocks ct and abusing Browning, when ho is not in it ntiy more. Ho linn tucked hia On court day, Oct 2Sth, tho followtail nnd iled the field. Ho ia no longer by Sum who moves to tho resi- did the shooting. ing noted speakers will addre IXUSTONVIIJLE, II. Alexan- dence of his father on Main street. We litigants in Judgo Sauiley'a court the terrible Bradloy, who waa advertiaed Hon. George live democrats like oyatera. Ho is der, of Louisville, democratic candidate heartily welcome Mr. Fryo uud his esti- at Harrodaburg, Abo Bonta and Charles to eat no longer a warring, rampaging Numid-ia- n It Vinson, "fall out and fit" Bonta ia nn for railroad commieaiouer; Hon. John S. mable family to our midst. PI 11 J 1 lion, eplitting tho earth with hia Laat week Ido Austin concluded to aged man nnd Itobinnou ia iu tho prime another etaunch Rhea, of thunderoua roar nnd swinging hia tufted n, democrat. Col. T. B. Demaree, candi- have his cistern cleaned and a negro boy of life. ' The judgo promptly fined prohibition was Bent down to dip up tho water. He who started tho row, $5 and or- tail 10 feet in the air. He ia simply Bill date for governor on tho I! to apeak that day at coon came rushing up the ladder and re- dered tho slienfl to collect at once or Bradley who flunked and threw up the ticket, is also billed as soon as ho had got a hot ono and Hon. John W. Verkes, of ported tho bottom of tho cistern covered take him to the work house. Tho Sfhie sponge 2 I'. M. in tho ribs still dear to Kentucky coons, Dinville, is also expected hero to Hpeak with snakes. Further investigation re- was paid. In Hustonville. See his New Line of but no longer a holy terror nor a wolf TSACHflKS' MEKTINO AT IIL'STONVILLB. on court day. Tholadioa are especially vealed tho preseiico of some 10 water from Bitter Creek. Bill simply didn't snakes of largo size, which were promptInvited to be prefent. Tho following is tho program of tho come up to expectations. He had the Noel has returnod Irom ly cast out and killed. Miss Mamie Teachers' Association to mootjjat tho gall, but be didn't have the grit. Hia Marshal Devers had a case of a visit to her auut, Midi Lily Noel, of Christian church, Huatonville, at 10 a. jawful prowess in debate, the cyclonic from a Ecratch on his right m., Oct. 20. Danville. Mrs. A. O. Itobiuoon has ro ventosity of hia omnipotent lung all turned from a visit to bor daughter, Mrs. hand. He was n bed on account of it After music and prayer tho nddreasof thoso things wero down on tho bills, but J. B. Paxton, of Stanford. Mr. and MrB. for two days this veek, but is now welcome will bo delivered by Itov. W. W. they didn't appear in tho ahow. That the streets again, hut in a bad Bruco with response by Lucian Lowis. Edwin Norria, of California, aro tho which was n Itoyal Bengal Tiger baa Mr. and Mrs O. M. Norria. Mrs. shape to tackle the evil doors us ho is gueatsof Paper on school work, Mies Weat.l elirunk to the dimensions of a harmless obliged to carry his hand in a filing. A. E. Pasooo loft lat woak lo visit The responsibility of parents in a and very unnecessary cat. Tbo plumed In Jeasamine county. Mra. Jamea June lteid has eitccumbed to another at- child'a education, Pres. B.J. Pinkerton. knight we Lad beeu reading about, ia Huell's Low Top Patent Congress Boots have no equal for fit, comfort Burnsido is in Nashville on a visit to Mr. tack of his old enemy boils. Recitation, Mabel Taylor. See them and you will buy them sure. For bargains aimply u vain glorious pretender, w hose and durability Our enterprising merchant, Mr. V. It. O. McLean and family. Dr. A S. Mental Arithmetic, Teaehera. white plume is tho white feather. Bill fa go to JAMES FRYE. Price, of Stanford, visited hiH mother, B. More, considered that his location on Declamation, L. Jl Hughes. a humbug, a eiuuVd catamount, a sheep biukri of tho Hanging Fork was not Mra. 11. A. Price, Sunday. Uobert Sal Practical Physiology. Mies Albetln iu wolf's clothing. Henceforth hia name W. N. Craig, M. D. J. W. Hocker. tor, of Danville, wna tho gueat of Metwra. omlucivo to hia beat interests, 80 ho put drpenter. ia Ichabod and Dennis and Mr. Mud. He Leslio Horndon. Mr. and hia atom house on trucko recently llorauo and Oration, 15. B. liitchte. is the domiueckcr of tho cockpit who Mra. It. A. Stone left tho first ol tlio auu uegan lo naui it uptown. It was lUcitatigu, Ada Alcorn. SQtiawka at tho first touch of tho gaff. He week for a visit to relatives in Jemtmine unaiiy anchored Hi position on tho vaSelection, Mra. M. Ci. Thomson. ia tho ranKost quitter that ever went to Brannon Ueazloy, now a Centre College cant lot on the corner of Main Btreotand , There will be music between eich the post with a thoroughbred and threw bov. uaa at home on Sunday. W. A. tiie Danville piko. Tho house was moved number and boforo tho benediction. up his tail at the quarter pole. o Thia ia the last uf Bill. Ho baa done Arnold was in Louisvillo last week on with tho entire Block of goods iuaide. KKJSrTU-C&ytne ouo thing that Kentuckians will not Mrs. Mattio P. Friable Iihs Mrs. John ltid went to viait relabusiness. Si Perkins. Tho Fort Scott (Kan.) forgive, lie tins dickered. Ho bua turnfrom a pleasant visit to W. C. tives at Paint Lick. The next morning Monitor Bays a crowded house greeted ed hia tail. He baa absquatulated in tho We handle a complete line of School Books, Stationery, Fine Toilet after her arrival alio announced at break- tho Burton Coleman Co. in "Si PerkinB" face of tho enemy. He has chewed off Price and family, of Danville. fast tiiat alio had dreamed tho night last night and no one went away disap hia trigger fingeriato keep out of the fight, Articleb, Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Painter's Supplies, Glass, Drugthat that aomo ono had entered her cel- pointed. Sam J. Burton as "Si" and Lil- - llenceiorth Bill anthe thing oyster. waa. gists' Sundries, Sporting Goods, Surgical Supplies. We give a most Tho public sehoola in Franklin liavo pickled He us dead as He fever. lar at home and stolen somo of her pre- iie Coleman aa "Zma" the gypsy heiress, is a ia closed on account of scarlet soup soaked remimaconce, a lugging liberal discount for cash. You can save money by having your prehanging on to scriptions filled at our house. Only the most reliable drugs used and Ton Inches of snow had falleu at serves. Sho was laughed at, but ao deep were tho leading features on tho stage, and superfluous tho ragged odga of Now. He is ttie bub- accuracy guaranteed. was tho impression made upon her mind and tho Prescriptions filled night and day. A big line o'couk Sunday night at Erie, Pa. nine appNuao which greeted when Bill to tho Craig & Hocker. Fire destroyed 1:20 buildings at Al- by tho dream that sho curtailed her viait, them showed plainly how well thoy act ble that robe terrible, surfacedown. He is of Spectacles. S?Oscar E. Roch, Parmacist. went Bradley, the and returning homo, eho went into her ed their parts and how much their efibrta a burst bladder, n last year's bird's nest, a giers, La., including tho courthouse-A quarter interest in tho Anaconda collnr to find her dronm was not all a were appreciated. Tho countryjfair, tho back number. So endeth the strange, copper mino has been Hold to a London dream, for some ono bad been iu lior threshing mnchino aud side shows nnd eventful history of tho Mud Moses of the preserves and hud taken 32 quarts in her country bana, in tho third net, wero all Kentucky coon. Byudicato for $7,500,000. Company hiiB filed absence. The thief made a careful solec intoreating and vividly pictured, and Tho Mason-Foar- d A Million Frlondd. euit at Frankfort against tho Louisville tiou, taking only preserves and some of much praiao. Thoirmusic ia of the A friend In need n a friend indeed, and not lesi eho had. overy kind highest order and tho oveunesa and than one million hao found just such a friend in Truth for 50,000 for libel. Tho Dr. King's New Tho United Brethren, a thrifty and aweetueaa with which tiio tones aro dia Couclit- and Colds. Discovery for Consumption, that tho paper, in ono of It you have never used this you Medicine, ono trial tho Blgnaturo "Omega's useful benevolent organization of our poneodia vastly ploaoing to;. tho moat groat Cough wonderldl curative will convince dit tho letters over powers in all that it has published a falBO report that colored people, aro proparlug to tear critical ear. eases ol the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Kach botShadow," tle Is gitaro.nU'ed to do all that is claimed or raon Company had bribed down the building occupied by them as At Walton'a Opera Houee, Oct. 2otb, tho MaBon-Foaey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. . sdiuj store. Largo bottles 50c and Jj. a State ofllcial by giving him a dividend a ball, oppoeito the National Bank. Thoy A paper boxjfuctory at Atlanta was to erect n new building in its company, expect out of tho profltB of tho Four Dig Succosdoa. beburned, causing a lusa of 190,000. stead, with a commodious store-roollavinthe adveed merit to more than make ATrcmeulitiDS claimed for them, the folA bell which will, weigh over 13 tons good all ur King', ies have reached a phenomenal A small boy, after a few weoka nt low and u largo hall for their placo o lowing fi Drhsaud New Discouery, school, was asked where ho sat in bis meeting on the second floor. Tho United is being cast for St. Francis do Sales sale. Cuufhs and Colds, each bottle for consump c guarantecd-Klcctntiou, Brethren nureo their sick, bury their church, Walnut Uilla, Cincinnati. bitters, the groat remedy for Liver Stomclass. liucklen's Arnica Salve, Miko Kreiger, of Winston, "Xa., ach audllittercvH. and Dr. King's New Life tho "I always sit first," ho Binartly an- dead and have a form ot insurance by 1'ills, best in the world, which tho widows and orphans of drank eight gallons of now apple brandy which are a perfect pill. All isthese remedies are swered. claimed for theui do just what members receive assistance for a from Monday until Saturday night and guaranteed to whoso name is attached herewith anil the dealer "How do you manage that whon you will be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at A number of years after tho death of the died Sunday. bo often go late?" K.l'cum'. Drugstore. v strn&f iifi & Councilman Watson waa waylaid 'Well when I'm late, 1 sit llret nt tho head of tho family. Wo are glad to note aud ahot at while riding to his homo at The Darlington, Wis., Journal says editorially thia ovidenco of their prosperity. other ond." of a popular patent medicine: "We know from exSamuel lteid wont to Louisvillo to Mt. Sterling. Hia horao waa killed but Ch.mbcrlaln'a Colic, Cholera and V MJit!J fcrience that ubject to croup wtch for represent the local Masonic lodge in tho ha escapod unhurt. Remedy is all that is claimed for it, as If your childieu are ou two occasions it stopped excruciating pains nc. If the fint symptom ol the councils of tho grand lodgo. Mrs. Mary Todyottito, a doputy marshal of and positively saved us Irom an untimely grave. Is Uoceiving Hia Cough Kerned? is given as loon We would not rest easy over night without It in Goorgo, are hero Elizabethtown, waa killed, Tod Frankthe house." This remedy undoubtedly saves become! hoirie It will prevent the Bradloy and nor son, at the child more pain and suffering than any other medicine : : : attack. Bvtn alter the croupy cough by appear- from Alabama, and uro at Mrs. John lin, colored, waa alao shot and fatally in the woild. Every family should keep it in the ed the attack can always bo prevented coldsgwme Goode'a. Eininet McCormack, we aro wounded. Lluaa Warren ia aaid to bate house, for it is sure o be needed sooner or later. and l alio invaluable lor ihli For sale by Craig & Hocker, Druggists, Stanfoid, lauA. For sale by Craiir & Hocker, glad to Bay, la Improving, though slowly. done the shooting. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. Druggists, Ky. ' Stanlord, Ky. C.-H GARRARD COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. FOR SALE j se fll i j two-stor- y bluck-Miiithl- iiK b-a- G. L. - PENNY, Exor. Mr-Tyle- r lb ark Wh oelor Emporium Lowest. post-graduat- e Har-rodabu- rg Prices Lower Than The - lyt Climax of Low Priees. e, trtor-roo- m com-prw- d Temple of Economy. Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, mpr-chat- .t blood-curdlinge- at hr mo Frye, KY. Lancim-tor'nciUzen- -: To Kuw-ellville- , rn Itob-inBo- mi a 1 mi mm blood-poisoni- ng Ladies' Wraps, Clothing and Shoes. rola-Ive- s CRAIG HOCKER, DRUGG-ISTS& - ed STAXaTFOKB, bo-fo- ro Has-bee- n fro-jue- ell-cit- ed - rd m Lamps, ' Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &e. -- m FARRIS & HARDIN -- H.4.RUPLEY, MMMfW BttiittfJk. AND diease-hoare- b- -s FALL WINTER GOODS. mvwMi . i I i,i I J much-fl00,139- Thomas Price, - Ik our suggestion for prayers for rain married Just a woek, attempted suicldo NEWSY NOTES. Tub political skies eeera to bo briplit-enin- i; has been acted upon, it has not availed. atSobree, thin Staio, by taking morpbtno. As winter approaches your wants will naturally become more nuDemocrats aro realizBomewbat. Three men were overcome and kill Water wan nover bo scarco and the Doctors saved hor but did not succeed in ing wliat wrong they will inflict botb up pl by gas in an old well near Milwaukee, ground was hardly ever dryer. Wheat making her toll why she had attempted merous. A problem presents itself: How to meet them in the most on the party and upon the State by Bulk- Wis. economical way. After all the solution is very simple. Come to the will have tobopowod in tho dust if the to tako her life. ing or bolting, ami those who aro not fulThe gunboats Nashville and Wil- ground can be plowed. Mies Mamio Brewer, daughter of ly determined to rule or ruin are bogin-nin- K mington were launched at Newport Mrs. Nannio Brewer, of Danville, formerto see the error of heir way and News. It was a nov? Bight to tho whito peo- ly of Stanford, was married Thursday to fleeing from tho wrath to come should Corbett has been released from cus- ple who attended Prof. Tardifa school J. McKenzio Moea, a young lawyer of tho republicans be victorious. Next to tody at Hot Springs on a writ of habeas entertainment toeeo a young colored boy Bowling Green, by President Cahhall, of a turncoat, who is tho most detestible corpus. declaim "Sparticua to the Gladiators" in Potter College. It was a hwuII aflair in and contemptible of creatures, who dea farm hand who had such a correct and eaay manner. Hie every particular. Jack Crews, Among the guests Where the largest stock is kept to select from and prices cheaper than serves no recognition from God or man, killed three persons, was banged at Den- name is Will Hocker aud his perfor- were Hon. James A. McKeuzte, United any house in town. JVc lay before you a few of the many Bargains comes the chronic bolter. He is alwayB ton, Tex. mance was a real wonder. States Minister to Peru, an uncle of Mr. we have. an opinionated individual and usually A. K. Ward committed forgeries to Miss LetitiaStevenaon, daughAt least four of the men who oflertid Mops, aud vice president and a coiiBin of one with a griovance. If you have any the amount of 200,000 and fled from of the themselves for democratic preferment at ter remaining lovo for party or a spark Memphis. the groom. Tho bride ia said to have lastyear'a primary will vototho republiof manliness do not desert tho one and been tho prettiest girl in Danville which The Pullman Palaco Car Company of the other by giving has declared its 2 per cent, quarterly can ticket this year, showing that they is noted for pretty girls and her picture prove tho Absence have no principles above a desire for it a stab in the darkness of the voting dividend. in tho Louisville Times b1:ows it. Miss Ladies' Sailor Hats in Straw, Satin top and felts, all colors. 15, 25, revenue, and having failed In that desire booth. But for tho secret ballot there Mips Nettie Eaaley banged herself met the man who now hears so they bavo gone ovor body and soul to iirewer would be no fears of democratic Bucces?, at Mt. Washington because of unrequitA big line of Ladies' and Misses' Tiimmcd Hats, beau cloon a relationship to her at a reception 50 and 75c. tho enemy. Let them go. Such men for men who want to keep their record ed affection. at Potter College. Mr. Mos waa rather tifully Trimmed with new ribbons, braids and quills, 75c, $1.25, $1.50 iiull mn III tfl RI1V tiartV. clear would not dare have their votes reIihlent and was standing oil by him- - and $2. A negro who insulted Gov. Mcln-tryEven their new found friends must hold eelf looking corded for the republican ticket, nor sad and forlorn. The little of Colorado, was tarred and foath-erthem in contempt. scratch the democratic in any particular. beauty pittied him and accosted him at Greely. Oar only danger lies in traitors in the C. H.Stucky, cashier of a Duluth Circuit Court will begin next Mon- with: "You look like a waif, let mo take camp, since they can betray and never bank, is missing. So is $15,000 of tho day and James P. Bailoy, clerk, tells us yon in charge." He readily assented, be found out. Don't provo a Judas or a bank's money. 71) Commonwealth casef" Cupid at once began to get in his work that thero are Janus, but go to the polls like a man and Four mon perished in an Oregon on the docket, 124 old equity, 30 old or- ami lovo did the rest. by stamping uuder the rooster vote tbo mine, which had been set on fire by a dinary, 35 equity appearances and 51 or- The marriage of Mr. Samuel W. whole democratic ticket, which is com- careless workman. iHnnrr nnnenrancw). There are two mur Duncan, of DmIIbb, Texas, to Mips Sueio I'lanncls, Canton Flannels, Ladies and Gents' Underwear, Ladies' posed of as good men, to say the very Mrs. Harriet McFarland, aged 83, der cases, Centres for killing Moutray Bain Newland, duughter of Sherit! T. D. Capes in Cloth L'nd Fur. Cloth capes, fur trimmed, 51.98, clcaks least, and of better, not to say too much, died in Daviess county. She had been aud Mprshal Frank Ellis, of Junction Ci- Newlnnd, will occur at 10:30 this mornand jackets, all colors. Sec our Hue of than the republican lay out. Let old an invalid for CO years. officiating, and ty, for the murder of young Murphy, ing, Rev. A. V. Lincoln join the democratic hosts from Allen Thomas is wanted at Peru, the latter by change of venue. There after lunch tho nowly wedded pair will all over the State in putting her seal of Ind., for shooting his cook because she are five divorce suits, two whito and leavo on tho 12:37 train for their future condemnation on the arrogance and in- was late in getting his breakfast. home in the Lone Star State, where Mr. threo colored couples. ! solence of a treacherous and untrustDuncan is engaged in a prosperous bind Harrison is quaranCouncil-me- n Thkhk will be two tickets for worthy foe, and help roll up such a ma- tined at Saratoga with his grandson, nese. He is n native of Wayne county, in Stanford, but Mayor J. N. Mene-fe- e this State, but lins made his homo in In black jority bb will put to everlasting death the "Baby" McKee, who has scarlet fever. and gray. Ladies' Shoes, $t to $4. Men's shoes, Si. 25 to will have no opposition for party which ia now making a death Texas for tho last six years. Tho two $$. Children's knee pants suits from William Blake, who had been sen tickets. Tho 75c up. Men's Suits, $2 50. struggle to get the offices and hold high tenced to life imprisonment for murder, tion as his name heads both have been lovers for a long time, hut Men s Uvcrcoats, ;2 to 315. A good Macintosh for men $2.98. ' Hampton, S. Poople'a ticket, which will appear under they have done their princicarnival on the ruinB of a prosperous was hanged by a mob at tho device of a pp ir of scales, is composed pally on paper, usually a very unsatisC. State. B. Harmon Upbaus, of Richmond, Ind,, of J. J. McRobrtrts, J. II Baughman, factory way of courting. The brido-elec- t B. O'Bannon, Win. Sknator Sukrma.v'b autobiography drank embalming fluid for wine by mis- K. Wecren, Dr. W. is a sweet-face- d young lady, gentle of just issued has created quite a sensation, take and came very near making n die Daugherty and Lee F. Stone. The Citi- manners and highly accomplished, and KTST., Bince it deals largely in matters of a most of it. zens' ticket will be under a horseshoe Mr. Duncan is a moot fortunate man to interesting nature. He does not hesitate Lexington women bavo selected a and W. L Withers, John M. Hail, J. B. A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, have won her at such long ranso over to criticiso many of his eminent col- ticket for tho school board composed of Morohnn. T. D. Ranov. D. W. Vandeveer beaux who could prets their suits by T. D. RANEY, Manager. leagues in hia own party nor to exprees lf men and the other half wo and J. O. Florence will compose it. personal appeal. May all the joys ol . his opinion of the schemes of Garfield men. Branch Stores. Sudden Death. Mrs. A. A. McKin-ne- life be ever theirs is the wish of tho Inand others which kept him out of the Dr. Abbie J. Seymour, a distinguishParis, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, who went to Greensburg Thursday terior Journal an a host of friends. presidency, charging almost in direct ed woman physician, committed suicide Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. to Beo her sons, telegraphed Sunday that language that Garfield went to the con- at Buffalo by throwing herself under a NKW A.DVKttTI.HKMKNTS. of diphEarlo Courts had just died vention pledged to him, tnrned trai- train. R. W. Durham theria, after an illness of only five days, himBelf. tor and sought tho nomination damages against and that Louis, her other son, was at the As the Senator has been in public ser- was awarded $15,000 Maj. Allyn for alienation of his wife's af- point of death with the enrae disease vice since 1S55, having served six years Mr. McKinney received a letter from her Coal has advanced. It hat not with in and will in Congress, four as secretary of the fections, at Chicago. we can buy at present figures not to Ions Full course in Literary Department. a negro, was tarrod yesterday Baying that Louis was atill al Th best (elllco prr bushel Bob Marshall, u cents treasury and 30 years in the Senate, he Earle was The bst North Jellico lump per bushel ....10 " Five Months with Board, &c, for $S$, condition. S90, $95, according to grade. is better fitted than most mon to give an and feathered near Denver, Col., by an moat in a hopeless No. a 9 boy of splen The North Jelllco 10 ' Manchester Lump political matters angry mob. Marshall bad insulted Gov. a handsome, manly looking insight to public and " No. 9 J. M. HUBBARD, President, did manners and was the pride of his lllrd Eye Cannel 7 " and bis contribution to their history Mclntyre, of that State. mother, for whom great sympathy in One cent for delivery, R. R. NOKI. & SON John Jones, a saw mill man living makes very entertaining reading. Howard Female College, Gallatin, Tennessee. being near Orawfordsville, Ind., drank a large felt. He was a little over 10 and Ufa of promise Editor Blakkly, of the Covington quantity of new alcohol on a wager and bright and studiouB a seemed opening before him. But man Commonwealth, and Business Manager became a raving maniac. ONE NIGHT ONLY ia reported the conversation to Gleason, who A horse stepped on one of Outhel- - proposes and God disposes. Blessed rts' him, are in the toils of the circuit court Crouch's toes at Owingsville and he who can say "Not my will, but thine 25, of Kenton for contempt, for publishing mashed it off. Lockjaw set in and Mr. oh Lord, be done." The Place to Buy The Comedian, that a grand juror bad said that there Crouch died in a few hours. CHURCH AFFAIRS. BTXRTOSST, was nothing in the resubmission of tho Spain acknowledges the loss of one Elder Masters closed hia meeting at case and that no indict- general, 185 officers of lower grade and Goebel murder And the Chainiing Coisedienne, ment would be found. It strikes ub that 1,811 soldiers in its endeavors to sup- Mt. Carmel, Laurel county, with 21) ad- We sell at the Cheapest Price. MISS ULXLIE COUE.tSAN dition8. Corbln Enterprise. the juror is the one guilty of contempt. press the Cuban insurrection. In the New Bishop A. G. Haygood.of the MethHe web under oath to keep the secrets of During a row at a colored I sustained a stroke disthe jury room inviolate. When he in Mount Holly, N. J., one man uhot odist Church, South, will and ac- and dangerously injured four people, of paralysis while at hia homo in Oxford, closed them of his own free By an Experienced Pharmacist. A Superb Scenic l'rodtullon. A Hip ' Hurrah ' cord, the information he gave was a le- and was himeelf mortally wounded. Ga., Thursday aud cannot recover. IhUnous Uov. J. I. Wills writes us that his gitimate subject for publication. The Louis Stiilwell, of Shelbyville, Ind., Comody : Drama ! jndge withheld hia decision, but it is took and over dose of strychnine be- meeting at Mt. Hebron closed Monday Sonsational church, 40 of A Roaring. Rousing Rallr of Fun, Laughter and bound to be in favor of the newspaper came he could not collect the last dollar with 59 additions to tho Druggist, Stanford, Ky.1 Ycll. men, if justice doesn't tako off its blink- necessary to buy himBelf a woodtm leg. whom he baptized. Richmond Regis- Prof. G. G. Vanoo's Solo Orches- ers in the premises. Bank clearances in the South show ter- - Wo are requested to announce that traofl2Men, gains, railroad traffic ia increasing and the LadieH Christian Aid Society of All skilled Musicians. U the stiorcest ever pre A a H The Covington Commonwealth denies farmers, according to report, are Rush Branch church will meet at Mrs. tented to the public by a traveling rompiny Uo the allegation which we made against the prosperous of the most necessary features of a first ilass permore than they have been Sarah Euhanks', Thursday afternoon formance ia the best cf music rendered in attune its party loyalty by reason of hasty read, manner especially is this to in 81 I'ERKlNS, for years. ARK UP TO DATK. next. running over with songs, dance, catchy tnuilc, ing and defies the alienator to show that The reports to the weather bureau Flat ohurch is already where a good, orchestra Is atwolutely H'ccsiary. Tho Walnut ho ever boanted that he and the 2,000 We can furnish you with Genuine Hair Mattresses, Cotton Mattress See the Street I'arade by the Famous show that the present drouth is one of arranging for its Thanksgiving Bervice. democrats who didn't register will get in cs, Excelsior Mattresses. Genuine Hartford Weave Springs at 3 00, prothe severest, mo3t general and moat It will be conducted by Miss Nannie Farmer Band. their work, other than upon the demo- longed We are always up to date in known Bince the organization of Caldwell and tho program will be a most J'rce Concert in front of Opera House at 7 p. in. the best in the world for the money. cratic ticket. Wd might have known that styles and at the bottom in prices. In fact we have made prices that the bureau. entertaining onoEditor Blakely was too good a man to Price sc. 50c and 75c Seats received at the small retail dealers are paying. Come to see us. It will be a pleasure Jessie Morrison, aged six, and AI Tho revival at the Methodist (color- latter price at V II MciloberU Drug Store. scratch a democratic ticket and hereby to show you the largest and most complete line of Furniture, Carpets, Ragan, 10, fought over a game of marbles ed) church, that has been going on for and hereon make the amende honorable. Wallpaper, Window Shades ever handled in this city. near Cumberland Gap, Tenu., when 29 years has closed for a week to givo the CINCINNATI Morrison stabbed Reagan to death with Rnnnrdinc Ancol a chance to get his The Columbia Spectator has reached a barlow knife. chicken book pooted. Haweaville Plain and passed its 2oth birthday. That's a For the quarter ending September Dealer. to pretty long time for a country paper 30 the postal receipts amounted to Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford.JKy. Bro. Barneo throw a firebrand into exist and it is proof positive of the surthe largest ever recorded for that the camp of the santificationists. Ho does vival of the fittest. Not one paper in 500 (Formerly The Weeklj) quarter. During the three months the not accept the dogma. He thinks that lives so long and the Spectator would department sold G18,240,G70 stamps. to live without sin those who profess Tho Greatest Family Newspaper have long since ceoBed to behold had it There are 173 State hanks in Ken themselves and if as good a man aa of the Ohio VaHey. not been one of tho best in Kentucky. tucky which on September 28 reported Bro. Barnes has to confess to an occaParadoxical as it may appear this is not 6,646 Columns of Heading Matter In a Year the capltalstock at $10,140,005.59 surplus, sional sin, the rest of us poor mortals aro strange, although the able brothers who $5,534,792.34, deposits, $23,907,505.87 n a bad way. edit it are very Strange themselves. and loana and discounts $35,517,011.59. Tho Christian church Sunday by a A young Swede named Charles practically unanimous vote decided to ,.0H. Si'knckh county democrats nominated who has engaged on a farm near call Rov. J. T. Sherrard, of Paris, and he by primary Saturday a McCreary man All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriatrc Makiim and RomirJnr a will likely accept, beginning Dec. 1. The & for tko Legislature, R. V. Norton, who Henderson, has been discovered to be done in first class style. by those who a only votes against were Issued Tuesday and Friday mormnz of each defeated the Blackburn entry by a good woman. She bad lived in tho vicinity dozyn years and the discovery is a thought it best net to employ a pastor at week in time tu reach readers on day of publicamajority. This makes a clear majority half tion. Full mailcet and telegraph reports and all great surprise. present. There was some objection to the news of the day mako it as valuable as a dally of 10 for sound money and seems to innewspaper fcr these two das The Ohio river is lower than it has the women voting but they showed that Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic sure Gov. McCreary's election to the been for many years, and will Boon be they were up to date by carrying their Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in hisj work. Senate beyond peradventure. lower than eyor before in its bisiory, if point. Mr. Sherrard iB a middle-ageTHE CINCINNATI ia a fine MR. EIKLEY. The Elizabethtown News is authority the drouth continues, The water is bo man unmarried and said to be 6XFERIEECED PEWTER. low at Louisville that it has ceased to preacher. for the statement that on promise of its Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trhl. Rev. George Oowan, who was here suppoit, Col. Bradley took the oath and run over the falls. DAILY AND SUNDAY. O. W. Hoeffer, a prominent Ohio en route to the county meeting at Huh joined that prescriptive A. P. A. band at in Cities bo true and tho paper preacher and a republican member of tonville, eald ho had a letter from Rev. Now furnished by Dealersaud Suburbs,and Towns, Louisville. If this at yisit to ohtsido of Cincinnati aud colonel to deny it, what indeed the Legislature, acknowledges writing a W. E. Ellis telling him about his defies the letter to the Democratic State Commit- tho State Association at Chattanooga 3 Cts XJAII.Y, will not some men give in exchange for a tee soliciting the payment of $1,000 for with his wife, which he made at the vote? As much almost as hia own soul. 5 Cts SUNDAY, or LANCASTER, KY., his vote (or Senator. exponso of hia church and of its offer to 20 Cts A and Mrs. ElThe French have conquered Mada- pay all the expenses of him Strikes are costly experiments. In Has now on hand Weather-BoardinCeiling, Flooring andjfall kinds Morning The Commercial Gazette is tho the last 13J yearB the Commissioner of gascar after expending millions of treas lis to the Convention in Texas. He iB Republican Newspaper published onlyEnglish at of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash in andjIJlinds'jF.e0 aB Labor estimates that the loss from strikes ure and losing several thousands of lives. well fixed and the people are exceeding- Cincinnati. Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine andMountainYeHow and lockouts to employers at $94,825,837 It is one of the moat fertile countries on ly kind and attentive. It is an ill wind Address ropiar. we are prepared to meet competition from allj'poihts on and to employes at more than twice as the globe, but it is not thought that Ca- that blows nobody good. Tho loss of tho The Commercial Gazette Co., Cincinnati, O. cash orders. ucasian can dwell in that climate. church here ia evidently Mr. Ellis' gain.. - Glass Smith, ago 79, and Violet Tun railroad company is having its deit thinks it can niako any of its papots hero beautified by new coats of Smith, ago 74, were married at Ruthton, trons vote anything but tho republican In Madison county. 3tanfOrd, Kr., Octoiicr 22, 1895 tickot, tho editor is gnawing a file. His paint. Frank Adams and Miss Louiea ParSi Perkins, the greatest of rural como-die- is race always go like dumb driven cattle to were married at Mr. George Paris' Tho will bo with us on tho 25th. the shambles and vote as their whito Rt Crab Orchard Sunday. W. P. WALTON. Btreet parade is immense masters dictate. Mib. who had been if s. ycMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURfM at Louiavillo has come out for Pottlt, but Thk organ for the colored republicans ADDITIONAL LOCAL. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. fl Word With You. LOUISVILLE STORE! MILLINERY ! ... 1 e, .. ed Dress Goods, Comforts, Blankets, Siz-mior- o m nt $2 SHORT CLOAKS THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAFFORD, c- love-makin- g one-ba- y, I It Is Reported Tkat Educate Your Daughters. Walton's Opera House. IV-cRobe- t Friday Evening Oct. Drug Store Compounded SAM J. SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES cake-wal- k SI PERKINS! Prescriptions Carefully W T IB. M'EOBERTS, -- w Inter Beddings Pughtown - 518,-000,84- 0, wico - A - Week Gazette, WITHERS & HOCKER, do-cie- St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, ALL FOR SI. Hay-denao- n, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. Six Moath.3 For 50o. Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. d 1 Commercial Gazette, a. E. EE The Noel Planing MillCo. g, WEEK. ,382. s?r Nmi-Weekl- y Interior Journal 1895 Window lights at Omi 9 m & lIockor'B. Wintkr oats nnd timothy seed. II. Wearen & Co. W. Onyx tables at Danks, tho jeweler. . 9 9 ? Stanford, Ky., - Octouku 22, Comb and seo our silk mid wool plaids for walat. Hughes & Tate. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Ourt uront jowelry mid ailvorwnro nale oii wi, vmrin arn :lmii win urn. ' goods for ihu lwut monoy. Why not wwi chiiv n l(uk nun jrwriry oiuiui u t- PERSOHAI POINTS. Bur-Kin. Miss Minnik Stiiauh ia viaitiiiK in Aliia. B. N. ItoLLRK went to Loulavillo rela-Uve- Friday. Miw. V. II. Wkaiikn ia visiting a in Boyle. Miib. M. F. Bhinklky.oI Mt. Vernon, ia visiting Mm. 1. W. Greon. Mine Nannie Bauoiihan ia visiting Mies Del BnuKhmnn in Boyle. Mub. Coiia Saundkhh, of Cincinnati, ia tho Rueat of Misa Sallio Duildernr. Mn. 8. 8. Mvima, now located at Cliar-lotto- . N. 0 ia with liia friends here. Mim Brllk Hoot ia buck from a visit to Mrs. T. M. GoodkniKht nt Frankfort. Miia. J. S. Owsley, Jii, him returned from n visit to her purento at Franklin. Messiuj. H. G, Hail and John Hnli, of Somerset, apontSanday with their here. Miis. Lunettb Sevrrancr Cox, of w8 thugueat of Mr. and Mrs. Job. Severance. Miib. Kittih Kino and Mrs. J. I). Pet- tue, of Crab Orchard, wero t'j gueata oj site. JHRivfl F. Cumminfl. jj.Mii. and Miia. a. M. Owr.nr wont to Lauiovillu yesterday, tliH loriner to have his injnred eyo operated on. Mies Lvvx 8iMieo.v has returned from a visit to MIpb Willie V. Dawson, who is attending tho Midway hchool. Mil. "W. II. 1'f.TTCa worked nt tho de pot pevernl days while Ivon Fiah visited hiB aweetheart in Lexington. Gxoitns Hilton, ron of James Hilton, who Uvea on Logan's Urerk, ia at tho point of death with typhoid fever. Mh. P K. Kkmt, of Middlesboro, who married Mian Fox Bennington, was mndo grand pursuivant by tho new grand mas ter of tho Maaona. home-folks Nol-eo- n, A I'lCTUitx of Mis. I. C. Gentry, of appears in Sunday's Courier- Journal which ahona her to bo a most beautiful woman. Si I'xiikins from I'ughtown will arrive in Stanford next Friday and will hold a levee that evening at Walton's Opera House. You are invited. Miia. J. 1. Bailby, who has been in bad health for several weeks, has gono to Jessamine with the hope that n change of scenery and air will benefit her. Dk. G. W. Bronauoii ia pronounced by hia physicians to be in a most alarm log condition. He was taken with cramp colic Saturday and haying a cold at tho timo, hia symptoms developod into pleurisy and heart trouble. As the doctor is 7S years old it is naturally feared ho can not aurvivo tho Attack. CITY AND VICINITY. m A nrtANDY warehouse is beiui; nut tin & Driving Association. J. S. Rico. by order Collector Rodea at Somerset, 30 x40 feet to Btore tho brandy mado in ' Jt;i)OB Davison's fulmlnation has been Lawks' and gentlemen's undorwear in this, Wayne and Pulaski counties. forged, but it ia not such a terriblo docu9 m great variety at W. H. Shanks'. Mr. M. F. North will speak at Kenl'a ment alter all. What it lacka in quality, It Ig said that shot dronned in the ci creek school houso Friday night, next however, it makes up in quantity, for it der jug will keep it from furmeuting. and as Mr. King has promised to bu there is as largo or larger than one pago of this paper. Thero aro many statements in it Am extensive line of Forwood shoes also, oratory will be on tap till you can't that can be easily controverted, but as it ropoae. A big crowd will bo there to and boots just arrived at W. II. Shanks' Is in answer to Mr. G. B. Coopor'a card, hoar Mr. North discuss the issues and to Don't fail to see our 10. 12 and JIG hear Mr. King tell why ho votes for ne- we will await that gentleman's response before further comment. Mr. Cooper is suits, tho best over ollerod at tho price. groes. in bed now, but we can promiae that it Hughes A. Tate. Col. W. G. Welch has tiled a state- wont be many daya before he ia heard Lost. Gold watch on Crab Orchard ment of hia assets and liabilities, which from. pike near Rowland. Liberal reward. foots up $1.1,070 and $2:,,8'J3, respectiveBaksrs. Tho week of eloquent presMrs Ada Creger, Rowland. ly. Most of tho latter aro secured by entations of the glorioua gospel of God 9 9 liens and if the property bring ita atated is Love and Nothing E'se ia paat and Wk are selling out our stock of men's value overy thing will be paid in full, Rev. George O. Barncp, Miss Mario and clothing at reduced priced. If you want leaving n considerable neat egg. J. C. o suit now it the timo to get one. W. U. the little organ have gone, leaving sad-nes- s Gooch's tiBseta aro atated at $3,020, liaover their departure and a warmer Shanks. bilities not given. place in the hearts of all who love to hear 9 9 Si'ahks from a O. S. train aet 11 ro to All that ia ueceeaary to elect the dem- tho matchless oratory of a consecrated and burned five stacks of hay and 50 ocratic ticket in this county ia for every man and the heavenly music of a woacres of grasa belonging to W. J. Carson democrat to go to the polle. Lincoln man who has devoted her life to the serof tho West Knd. county ia democratic and the republi- vice ol tho Lord. The series of sermons Notiiinu better for a wedding presont cans have but ono hope and that ia in were tho finest over delivered here and brought additional hope to thoso who lothargy-Btrickethan one of our lovely Onyx tables, top-pa- d the by a beautiful silk shade banquet members of our party. Lot every mon are oppressed of tho devil in these low tiff who loves good government do his dutv grounds of sin and sorrow. Mr. B.'s lest lamp. Danks, the joweler. words were an exhortation to the friends at the polls this year nnd the republiPkiipumkky, colognes, bay rum, Floriof hia old home to pray to escape death, cans will bo given a lesson that they will da water. Extracts for the handker- remember for years to come. Now ia the that ia tho disembodied state, wherein chief. Our stock comprises all of tho time to redeem the county. We cau do spirit, soul and body are separated to bo popular odors. Craig & Hocker. resurrected at the judgment, but instead it and we must do it when the dissolution occurs here,that reTitle Corbin Enterprise says that James Won ma Fiiiht Cask. Thomas M. construction will immediately begin in Wilson, of that place, whom wo reported OwbI-- v. V. q., has had his first case in the house not made witli hands. Promkilled by a train at Middlesboro, wan not court m. i tie cleared his man too, by the ising to come again to ministei unto us, seriously hurt and ia nearly able to be on Ktert. .. Friday ho went to Kingsville if the Lord will, and expressing bis grat- duty again. nd i! funded Pnco Buckner forBhooting I itudo for having been so strongly upheld . Flaming postern aiinounco that Col, into tno iimu'd house, whom he with by prayera of tho righteous Bnd goodness W. O Bradley, Hon. Augustus 12. Wil others waa treating to a charivari. The of God while here, ho eat down amid a son and other republicans will speak case waa heard boforo 'Squire A. G j most solemn hush, broken only by the hern next Thursday from a special traiu, Faulkner, who in the absence of tho at- sobs of thoso who could not restrain their torney Beted also as prosecutor. To have feelings. Miss Marie then sang, "God but no timo is given, acquitted his man under such adverse bo itii you till wo meet again," sweeter Watch for tho Hayseed street parade, circumstances ia quite a feather in bis than that sweet Bong waa ever sung beHim funniest on the mail, next Friday cap. Hia speech ia Bald to have awak- fore, and the meeting waa over. The ft i better than n circun parade. Con ened nil tho babiea in the neighborhood good evangelist nnd daughter leftyester cert nt o clock in front at tho opera and ia still making the welkin ring and re- day for Lexington, where they will house by the famous Pughtown band. verberating through the mountains. The preach and sing t wj days, then to Frankm 9 Mies Cai.i.ik Hoiiton, an accomplished report that begot a quart of chestnuts fort for the same length of time, thence type and shorthand writer, is delirious for his fee is uot confirmed nnd is doubt- to Louisville and then to Tayloraville, of teaching a claoa in thoso useful and less the invention of his tantalizing cous- where they begin next 8unday for a week. money getting vocations and will be glad in, Will Shanks. to linvu those who wih to learn them cull on her nt her olliro on Lancaster street, for terms, kc. She will also do typewriting nt reasonable rates ThkL. AN. will sell tickets at ball the 25th inclusive, sood to return till the 20:h, on account of tbo Fair fare till - AS - PO LITICS IS THE QUESTION Of the Hour, so are the Prices of our Goods for the m We do not believe in cutting our prices when you arc supplied your wants, but Welfare of Our Patrons with m ;i GIVE YOU THE CUT NOW. Our stock is now complete. We have again replenished' for the fall trade and are giving you unequalled ni jm. iiw M, irti .hk i!vni) 7c Just look at these prices and come x m $' t ! in m and A Good Black or Brown Cheviot, Double-breaste- d all-wo- ol Examine Our Goods. $5- - A Brown all-wo- ol suit, good stay-at-ho- n goods single breasted, $?. Black 'Double Breasted $10. Double Breasted til Qt $10. Scotch Tf'O Tweed, $13.50. All of It these goods have never been sold at such prices. ikf5 'u-re- y I all-woo- $.750. Cheviot. l, H i SJ? VERCOAT I : !i: ifc it if : II Akteii months of effort, Postmaster Rout has succeeded in getting tho K. 0. mall brought here nn the 4:30 r. m. train, instead of baring it lie over at Rowland all night and to sond it out in the morn ing in placo of at night as iieretofore. Matter deposited beforo 7 a. m. will leavo on tho 7:10 train. The service began yes terday. rTifif cl1nvim. nn nf lunula" ia rprnm "- " "ft"" " "' mended as the ouickest and aureet cure for tht cigarettu habit. Thy Catletta-burDemocrat eaya ono dose cured n boy there. His mother laid her left hand g SILK SHADES, BANQUET LAMPS, ONYX TABLES. m y Jclr , : 1 i) M . !li : l The First Shipment of these Handsome Goods Have Arrived. and see them. DANKS, The Jeweler. WEATHER ! Extra Long Ulster, Brown, $5. Dress Coat, Velvet Collar, $$ Call and Blue Beaver $7.50. All wool Beaver, Black and Blue, Imported Black and Blue Beaver, Extra Long, Si 2. Imported Freiss Ulster, extra long, $ 12. Other bargains too numerous to tion at equal bargains. l Blk. $10. Irish men- CHILDREN'S SUITS. Black and blue Cheviots, $2; Black and Blue All Wool, S3; nn ffliu linv'u tinnlr liur ritilif tumil nn a substantial slipper, and then laid tho " Nkw goods every day at Dank a'. Combination Suit, S3. mippor where It would do tiie moat good. .9 It ellectod a euro and a relapse ia not Foil oysters, celery and fruits see K. J. looked for. Foley. -9 Mna. NannikSaltlky chaperoned the The indications for Kentucky arc that we will have plenty of cold BRAUTiFULallk elmdu baniuot lamps following young people to the knobs in " at Danka, the leadinu jeweler. so we have prepared to keep you from suffering with cold by search of chestnuts Saturdny: MisaeB weather, in centre of Mary Bruce, Kato and Pat tie Alcorn, placing on sale the most complete line of Men's, Women's and Chil Two good atore-rooPenrl Burnable, Josephine Reid, Dell dren's Double Seat and Double Knee town for rent. Applv at thi? oilice. Sanlluy, Stella Ballon, Lizzie .ant! Mary - o Wk have a complete line of mindricB Holm, and Caswell and Shelton i uiley, and toilet articles. W. B. McBoberts. Harry Higginn and Julian Bom . Mr. R. C. h'ngleman, Fr , Kent aloug and actLa ni k can find the neweHt ntylts, lit Ever Shown Here. ed as conductor nnd driver. and finish for Full dreeees nt Mita Mary Children's Cotton, Women's Woo), D.Smith. Tub entertainment given by Dr. W. I). Men's Wool, 9 Turdif's school at Walton's Opera House Men's Cotton, Women's Merino, Children's Merino, For good, .ron:( harness, lap robea Friday night was a most creditable one. Men's Hygcnic, Women's Ualbriggan, Children's Hygienic, ,r and liorao blankets nt your own price, Tho participants had been thoroughly " Bee M S k J. W. Bnughman. We carry the Genuine drilled and performed thtir parto with 9 Fo Di'DDxitAit aold to lua brother, precision and excellence. Tho chorus .in Dudderar, three shares of Farmers singing, declamations, tho farco comedy and the marches by Iti young girls in cos Bank and Trust Co. stock at SI 10. tuiue carrying sworda ami cjmbnla were Gkn. Hardin spoke at Danville yester- all well done nnd the surprise was great The warmest, wears the best and the cheapest. Sizes to suit all. day to mi muueiiM) throtig, mado up in that they were able to do so well. A Price the lowest. Stock in all departments are full. good part of people from this county. number of white people attended and . wore given specially reservodaonts. Tho TiiKBtreet parade of tho Si Perkins Go. colored people who tilled the rest of tho is immense. Come in Friday 25th and houso wero on their best behavior and aeo it. Then you will bu euro to attend wo can 6ay that no moro orderly nnd dec tho amusing performance at night. orous crowd has over nttonded a performance in tho hall. Fmir got started on tho fenco of Mr. Sold Cheaper and better quality than ever heard of before. LOOK A l Alton crowd gathered at Rowland D. W. Vandoveer in tho town limits yeaat our Line Before Buying. to hear speeches by Hone. terday in aome way and beforo it could Saturday night Ben e Hardin, R. 0, Warren and J. 8. bs extinguished 100 panela or more, wero burned. Water had to bo hauled from Osvaley, Jr. Kach of tho gentlemen did well and their speeches will have a tellMain street to ueo on it. ing effect at tho polls on Nov. 5th. Liko is just the thing you want. One of our Sio, DiriiTHEiMA. Mr. T. J. Hotahor Bays hia brother, the democratic nomineo for Is on your mind here that rosin and tar mado in a poultice and governor, Mr. Hardin fa a fine speaker. S 12 or $15 suits or overcoats. One of our Men's Shoes at $1.50, the IN applied to tho neck, with a garglo of Thoroughly conversant with tho exist-in- best ever offered. One of our strong red pepper tea, followed by alum stato of atiaira ho pictured Kenwater will cue tho worst caao of diphthe- tucky as itia now nndaa it will bo should ria ever Been, and ho says ho speaks from tho republicans gain power. Facts and experience. figures are usually tiresome in public speeches, but Mr. Hardin interspersed Switch. J. H. Baughman & Co. nro excavating for a switch to thoir mill. A that portion with amusing anecdotes, that ho knowa so well how to toll, and Our Stock Cannot be Surpassed in quality or price. Satisfaction guarbill of aome height has to go into n 1111 his effort was enjoyabloTfrom beginning anteed or money refunded. Prompt attention given to mail orders.' several hundred feet away which will to end. Tho Stanford people who atmake it coat $500 or more. Tho railroad tended tho speaking marched down One of our Men's French Calf at S3. A pair of our Men's Black Cheviot company will of courso put down the bonded by tho Stanford band, which furwill ties and iron. nished excallent'music for tho occasion. Tants at $1.50 and $2. One of our best Mclntoshes at S4 and we 9 9 fell Mr. Hardin ia certain of democratic vic- run prices all through at low grade so that every dollar will bring Danokrously Huiit. A horee eon of Dep- tory and thinka tho majority will bo at large returns. Our Dress Goods Trimmings, Cloaks, Underwear, with Owsley, the O. P. Newland yesterday least 25,000. He figures that every Conuty Sheriff Gloves, and every thilig we will sell is priced to suit the Hosiery, morning and crushed tho little fellow'a gressional district with tho exception of times. Come and see for yourself. skull bo that it Ib thought that he can the 5th and 11th will give democratic not recover. Physicians wero summon- majorities. The 5th, he thinka will be ed from here and all that can be done an offset and the 11th will go republican for the little sufferer ia being performed. by 12,000. m i'UiuMwi Good All Wool Pants, 50c. ma UNDEBWEA Jut NECKWEAR. Unequaled For NY 1 iq . m m WRIGHT'S HYGENIC, Severance & Son. Style And Fabric, For 50c. Sold in Large Cities for 75c and $1. - IF UNDERWEAR! Can : ECONOMY We save You Tour 0. s Hats, Caps, Mclntoshes, Ladies' Genuine Dongola Shirts and Umbrellas Shoes $1.25 & $1.50. GLOBE, THEPrice Clothing House Strictly One J. L. Frohman & Co., Kentucky. HUGHES & TATE. Danville, ....iiiiid...i ..NSWm' '" , Un , f , -- ,. -- - '" "" "ftit'niiiTl'-Tj- r "Si L if Semi-Week- ly Hay. 3,000 bales for Bale. Josh Jonca, Stanford. Published Every Tuesday and Friday John Cook eold to 12. F. Owens a AT so paid Interior Journa FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. He Can't Split the Wood. Hut "The Wonder" will burn it not split. cobs, etc., just suit it. UmrO niUEiO. for cash or in trade tor court days at Stanford or at my home Chat. Ennshn, ; Tanner. IwilltaVa all the hides t can get leather on la SB, W, B. PBirirsr, EttPf-fi- ' 1 Otien-hel- 83 PSK VJftsVU IX AUVVNC3C tWWhen not 32.50 will be charged." K. C. LOCAL - TIME CARD. ml 3 p. m. Train leave Stanford 417:15 a. m arriving at a:jo p- m- - nd 9:" P m L.&'N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. lmrncBa golding for $05. Mrs. J. C. Ilorton sold to F. Reld six Cittle 1,031 pounds average at 3c. II. O. Buckner's farm of GO acres, s ven mules from Farls Bold at $75. Dandy Jim has won over 100 heats In 2:30 or better. Ills record now is Chunks, knots, sticks, 0R0HAHD, LAWN, GARDEN FALL, 1805. 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. nenttat, : Stanford, : Ky. Pott-Uln- IhOOj. Vo. M. Train going North " " No, . " " South No. tj, No. , QUEEN Crab Orchard, Ky. A Letcher county man has a gourd Meet all Traint.nlht aixl day. Patrons taktn to which holds 2J bushels. It weighed 175 Dealer in e( to wh Free of Charge. any Not. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no fur lbs. when pulled. nor than Junction City, nor on Sunday. Oaod Livery Atiachod. Fare rf Hotel J 1.00 per Attornoy Law, Buck MftSBie won the Queen City 11 6m A. II. HASTIN, Prop. day. in 1:5 .1, Simon W. Handicap at Latonia - Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, V. S. Durch, M. Newland, was second and Topper fiuished third. Oifieeon Lancaster Street, opposite the Court L)iuty Sherlfl Attj. at La Tommy Britton, by Liberty Bellt House. Collections receive vspeiisl attention. S3 SIDING, broke the world's records for I handle the best grade of gooJs and sell at the lowest prices. olds at LexinRton last week by trotting a Conoral Colloctors, mile in 2:15. A farm with god dwelling and all necoaitry 3. II. I1AUGHMAN. J.H. nAUGHMAN. Jriiler DoBorde brought to this office outbuildings, j milts Siuthwest of IIiiMonville. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky fifty or 6o acres to go lu corn, ao to co in wheat beet weighing SJ yesterday a and ij or 30 to l'o We olTer our lervlcts tithe public to do a gen hemp. Twenty-hv- e acres m good Krast. All pouuds. It was grown by Charles era Collecting Hu.inMta. AccouDts, nutes, etc land. 11 6m cullecttd in all parts at tbe county. lerins. Money Kent in Advance of the East End. Also 300 Uushela Hurt Oats for Sain. & Co. bought 250 K. S. POWELL, J. H. Baugbraan Hustonrille, Ky. J4bo barrels of corn yesterday at $1 25 delivbought other lots at that. ered and havo I will go to any pines where there are six or : : moro cattle to uehorn. I do thn work with the They aro paying GO cents for No. 2 wheat Lightning Dehoruer Can dehorn auy cow In Try some of our brands and you will hare no other Fancy Patent No i, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family, delivered. Helle of Lincolu aud Creole. three seconds. The knife make, a cl.an, smooth cut, dri snot crush ser bituk the horn, as tbe Dpmocrat says The Harrodaburg clipper dx. It Is Iht oly humane way to deHUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. horn Doe not puulih he anlitisl like the saw, that J. T. Embry bought three car loads well as quick again as exported to England at Offers his services o tbe people ol West Lin- and thby wound gets For (nrt'irr icfvrmstlon, that of fat sheep to be made the saw. call coln and Cai.. ountlei lull stock of CutHui en s- eeds all kinds mixed and cruihed to order Com, Rye, Our (S. A. IKt I )N, Stanford, Cv. Absolutely Puro.i head, D. C. Terhune has ley andSpecialtie-Rememberof all Feed orders must be c. ompaniei With the cash ShipttufT,cr Oats,on $3 to S3.70 a and Caskets always 00 hand. call ran. See the Lighting 1'runlHg Hcok. 101, U 8 CarpenUr, Mnnajjer 95 car of mules bo far. A cream of tarter baking pow- bought 11 & Wagers bought of Win. Q. & M.S. !.iuhma.n. , Bales J. W. Hak.hmak. der. Highest of all in leavening Covington 40 February end March pipe, 23. strength. Latest United States weighing ovor 200 pounds, at 3jc. They Attornoy at Law, Government Food Report. were the best they over shipped out of raoraiKToKs co., the county. Richmond Register. & B. O. Sandidge shipped two cars of Will net as Koeutr,)AJniiiiitrnter a ad Assign106 Wall Street, Now York. ee hoes -- one cor that nveiaged L'OO and Special atlMtthm glm in Sittlcnants et Fs Jrjfcui B. Cattleman. A. C. Lanhas auother 250 pounds -t- o Cincinnati yesstc, as Attttiuty an4 Sale and Divlstea of - - Kontucky. alanta' I.ads, terday and was oflered S3 SO and 5385 Offtce ot LaMaaVtrSt over Sup!. W. V. McCIa fjrthem. Ho held them over. DanII you iiwh! ji,,. ui call Nethiag but y'stHRce. ville Advocate. us turnouts will our stable. S for rates. In our -- Seventeen of tho 23 horses in Gill A.S. Curry's barn at Lexington havo records HARNESS SHOP Surgeon from 2:034 to 2:15. Two of the world's You will find a good assortment of Haines, Saddle, Ai. Have Tout rnnlnur br Dentist, greatest pacers, John R GenUy und Joe lXLLXLLT our man, he understands his bu . We hart a " mctn.nic in our the lot. Thero aro 14 Patchenarem Ready-mad- e or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man. watch dogs in tho stable. BLACKSMITH SHOP. BARBEE&OASTLEMAJN Office aver McRrtt.' Dfig More in the Owsley Tho Moberley farms in Madison Will guaranty f.rst class wjck and sitlrfict ot H.iiUiik--. MANAGERS, $725 respectively. iI'km Tty our ho'- - shoer. rented for $1,130 and ! ! Commerce Building, LoniBvilia The Cobb jack which once told for $1,400 was bought by Thomas Bronston Agents throughout the South P. U. RILKT. Proprietor, for $371. Mules sold from $2S to $S0; London. Kontucky. W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, cattle from $25 to $42; hay $15 per stack; At the rtsiuVwe of the late Dim.1 K. SImi. corn $1.20. STANFORD, KY I have mar. J to my new Haiti and am better near llrifht's Mill on the Ilaacilif Fork. I will May Day, the mare that Billy Robaitpartd than aver ta accommodate the public sell at public auction n Jdtd Livery attached, and tviry cenveoieuct I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and of Boyle, sold to Joe Thayer, for inson, NOV. 1895, Tl Uive sat n call. aKRANK 11ILKV, SI. SOO. was remarkably well sold. She on easy monthly payments, or.any other terms to suit the purchaser has benn behind the money each timo best. I give special attention io mail orders and carry as fine a line His pcisonal properly caaiitting cl joNica. J r. jrtH.XiMjuis J F. BARKER, Proprietor, her new owner has started her and is of goods as can be found any wherein the land. 31 Horses and Mules, 18 Steers, - an exceedingly bard horse to keep in I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever Cows and lienors, condition. sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. Short-hor- n A Kfxvl yoke of osen, Jtrsey cows and ether cat sale & At F. T. Moberley's J6?" Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. tlesloik, 50 sheep, lot ol sheati. larae amount of Remodeled and refurnished throu Shout. Large tomorrow, the Richmond Register says a including one in taking fiimlBK uirntllihousehold acd n.w mower binMrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but nd Commodious bample Rooms. ders, Ike, and kucben turniluie Ky. Halls and office connected by Electric Dells. free lunch will be Berved which will conLot anJ this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue Als4 of Cum, Oatsstock Whest Danville .V Crab Sole proprietors Dean's Illack Duteoud Koo Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 shsift of of bread, 12 barbecued in tho j sist of 800 loaves Jaint Kstinatea furnuntd for puntlne Wootl. teaching as before. Address Orchard Tumriki. Metal and lion sheep, five roasted hoge, 500 pounds of TkHms All sains of Jio and under eah, over Allruols paititMl Koofs S.tufj lion t.uarantrd' wiiS Dean's Illack Diamond without Indi- lamt Kiiarantccd for years that amount a credit till Jan i, beef and 50 gallons of burgoo uot to say Dealers in n S IV SlAUti, Admr. es t rumps and (alvanuod Iron hilters. best anything of other drinkables. -:- Ned, the celebrated trotting dog, PONT FORUKT THAT SiSLIaJGjtf was killed by a miscreant at Lexington. Ky. THE FAVORITE MILLS, Ho had gone quarters in 45 aud lant s in 21. He had Two Good Farms near 3 Tnursday went an AT McKlNNKY. KY., 1895 Havo earned hia owner $14,200. A reward of overhauled Ilustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. tow toJust been tho fauuus and r.rair.d fi n Ka. top by Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- - $S0O has been ofieicd for the ecamp who Ituhiaund City Mill Wotks, of Richmond, Ind and with capacity menu. now increased, are dwnc more and better work Scientific. Classical and Special Courses ot killed him. The heirs ot Mrs. America Ilailey, deed., offer than ever U'forv, and with the old Study. I) V for sa! her two Farms, ntusied ab ut eno mile Keoaedy as head miller, you are tellable Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. sure of good of mail west of lliutunvlllii, ia Lincoln county, on the Flour and fair treatment. Tho poHtollico anil a quantity Best teachers employed, each a specialist in her Horn... and bring us Ilradfordsville turniike road Thon two Farms your grinding and when burins Own Department. oil burned at Tompkiusville. adjoin and taken together contain 310 acres ct and wall taIishcd hraads. Iav.irite or our uld Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of matter Patent. laud and can be divided so as to Include about 110 A larpo nortion of the town of San- Favorite and Kskers'Chc-ire- . Teacncrs. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle acre. In the home place and soo acres in the oth H.MK.S A SON, For further Informaiion, address dore, in Carroll county, waa dtstroytd rr. The buildings and Improvements on each WILLIAM S HELTON. President, nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Lome and examine are com fo n able and subttanual. Kach ol the (arms huccmor to K. L Tanner lav into. M.llmg Co. by fire. our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting is well watered and convenient to kwmI schools and churchtt terms reasonable. Title clear. Silaa Browning killed Stenbun Green For lurihe. inloro atl apply 19 either of ut. he accuaed him short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line in Bell county because J. I'. I1AII.I V, .anf.rd. Ky., v IIOCKKK. Ilustonville, Ky. J Jfi rAVKTTK DUNLAI. M D., Dan- EXPOSITION of Btealinj: a comb. AVillie, a prominent ofBuggies and Surreys. Praprutort of. .., DS. sllle, Ky. Capt. Jnmea T. WILL HE HELD noldier aud lawyer, is W. 1. WITHKRS, S.lewan. Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. dead at Wllliamstown. STANFORD, KY. HERD OK THE Allen Fletcher, jailer of Manofliu Having bougat of P W. Orron his I.lvervhus-i- n On ground traversed by rifll'pils, over which 'tJ! and addol now A Good Blue-GrasFarm Near prepared to furnish buggies and horses, we are Sherman tnrew tnenrst sneil into Atlanta 31 years nonntv. shot himself throuish the heart ago, the Exposition it last taking shape. The exwhile cleaning a pistol. Stanford. Live Stock, Bank cellent railway facilities olthe great FIRST-CLAS- S An arena for bull fights is being TURNOUTS Stock, Crop, Farming U. H. Bronaugh, Pror, ?5V erected at Atlanta and six Mexican bulls W On short notice. The traveling public will fijd Implements, &c. us always ready and willing to lurauh DrumCrab Orchard. ' - - Kontucky. have already been received. a. i.ulik' mr " mers wagons, cither tingle or double, or Carriages of a kinds at very LOW I'KICKS. The requisitions were issued at PenBioua Tho heirs of John M. and Ucttie Ueid, deceasboy s in and around town will also find us the peoJMi tor sat rron the nsst typas ot Koriitere ed, will, on arj jr Washington Saturday for 12,75C,000. ple to deal with. Stop with us when in town at herds In several dlffe'ent States. Correspondence Solicited courts aud entertainments and your horse and veStock. Ilreedcrs secured frum tnp ROUTE Louisville comes in for $1,000,000. Oct, 31st, 1895, hicle will be well carod for. O. II. COOPER And Its connections to Atlanta, together with low A lunatic armed with a ride and a 3QHL At the mansion house on the premises, about i Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. 07 railwj rates, will enable the peop to make ade- iMvnlvir terrorized one of the fashion miles Irora '.Stanford, oifer at public auctton, tho small expense iishtful triu at but Farm of The Quern & Crescent runs superb vestibuled able residence districts of Chicago Suntrains with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, police 17 hours to.cap-tur- o Cafe and Observation Cars, irora Cincinnati direct day. It took the Acros Land, About Co to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lexinc-tohim. On which John it. Reld lived at his death. This Somenet aod Harriman en route. More than OF STANFORD, KY., very deslrablr local (arm is well improved and is soo uillea shortest line Special low reduced rates The Kenton county grand jury, ed and the land is of the best quality. 'I he imto the Exposition Ask your (Jueen & Crescent dwelling Iinowfully,organicdJand ready for butinest with which had taken up further investigaprovements consist of a lare agent something about it In detail. Write to as good as new and all necessary outbuildings. Goebel, has Chattanooga, Tenn. tion the killing by Senator A. J. LYTLK, D. P. A , springs Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. The farm Is watered by five CHAS. W. .ELL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. adjourned without returning auy indictfruits and and has a irge orchard ol . ot dvsirable variety. The neighborhood is one of 8urplus, -'0,000. Por free inforrratlon and printed matter. ment and thecase is regarded as at on the Lost in tho county, with ro objectionable surW. C. RINEAKSON, G. P. A , - - Cincinnati. oud. roundings. Tho convenience to tue churches and SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL schools in Stanford maku tho location very supeI1ANK OF STANFORD, Mrs. Elizabeth Ganter, who died at rior. Stanford has several churches, a large fe- Now closing up) with the same assets and undtr male college, a good male academy and nourishing San Francisco Glasgow, np,ed about SO, had the remarkPortland. the same management. public school, a good merchiut flouring mill and ..To the., By provisions of its chatter, depositors are light and tee record of having never been up able is supplied with water works, electric at fully protected at aie depositors iu National factory. town in GlaFgow since tho war, although This larm will first be oOVred in three lots: One ilanks, its shareholders being held individuall, of 35 acres olf of tbe Northeast corner , one of 115 liaolcto the extent of the amount of their stock living within a block and a half of the ......... Vu The acres, Including improvement!, and ono of about therein at the par value therool, in addition to the public square. jo acres South of residence and 011 the opposite smount invested In tuch tharus. It may actaa ,.. . - side of tho read from the residence Then thn tract eatcutor. administrator, trustee, Ac,, as fully at pi'SWV w.ll be ofleted as a whole and the highest and best sn individual. If Troubled with Rheumatism Read This. " " 3 Train pass Junction Citj as follows: 11.48 a m No a North No. 1 South J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, bought n 11 s,p m ....315 am hunch of fat cattle in tho Eist JJud at 11 04 p m ijpm 2J to 31c Tim AlhAnvStako at MorriH Park & CRESCENT. was won by that Rood colt Ben Brush at 1 W. H. WEAREN A, C. SINE, FLOORING, & CO. All kinds ot Fruit and Ornamental Tree, Office on Main Street, Opposite the c Shrubs, Small Fruiti, firspe Vinci, Asparagus, Ac, A. No agent. Iluy direct and save money. Catalogues on application to I II. F HILLKNMEYKK, 6 no Lexington, Ky. New coods of the latest strlss lust received. Call In and se the larcsstand best asserted line ever brought to SUttlerd 1'riecs as low as the TO THE LADIES 0,C1' FOIl SALE! I. 11. " 9 Note. S " ....iloiam 840pm ' ' 12. team " 4 6 " .335 pm oJtlsof lto S. 10 " 3.1s n 6.00 a ra Stanford, Ky! CEILING, ETC. Hotel of 13 reoms with fixtures. Splendidly located. Good garden and archard Hue opening for an enterprising man. Will be cold at a For particulars call n or address. W'lin MISS LICCIE IIKAZLEY, at.nf.td, Ky lar-gsl- n. KDMISI'ON, Agent, Crab Oirhar.l. Kt. THE BAST1N HOUSE, lrt -- Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, w. s. btjuoh:, FOB, BENT. 111 first-clas- Stafford, at Kentucky. two-ye- ar 30-inc- h Dun-niga- n, STANFORD ROLLER MILLS s I Make the Best Gitdesof Flour and Meal Doliorii ITour Cattlo J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, POWDER SEED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE 11 ss J. H. BAUGHMAN CO Proprietors Stanford, Ky. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, Wallaoo SALE Slniiiortl, Varnon, royal;baking powder I ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. tlVlSRY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, Iiv-ry ss Kculuclcy. Issaranee Company Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, first-cla- PRICE, d( llri-die- s. WisMk C7 Stanford, Ky. H. J. M'ROBERTS. PIANOS andORGANS. Sale of Personalty. 8th, THE RILEY HOUSE OABJCER HOUSE, FRIDAY, Somerset, Kentucky. JOITE3 BROS., Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works, STANFORD "Female College, P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. I '' els-er- f5r-i- m Stanford, l?all Session Opens Sept. 1-- 8 LOOK HERE FOB. Hlue-Gras- . Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c, La-dl- THE ATLANTA 11 -- G. B. COOPER, B. WKAKSi&T. S IJLUt-OUAS- PUBLIC SALE. 3 livery and FccdJ$ta!lc. Duroc Jersey Red Swine QUEEN AND CRESCENT mrfMsm -.- - m) -- 1 ht-- it .25 Thursday, msim'&zBmsiMEM n, 300 of g Farmers BanMTrnst i two-stor- y never-failin- 1 - VSD WiTrTT it'itirl ' "3;y 'iQjmvi " 'tt::' U.". JV4U t iPTTnA5T?iW7? y ' aTlPJlUUuuriu '$aa&&) v(cj-O- r.iAisAt a iHiiAto hi Dining Car Route From oxxssirxr.i.)s AWAPOI.IS Mil iSot I have used Cham- berlem'i I'ain Halm for rlieuniiini aud fnund it to bo 'l that is claimed for it. I believe t to be he best preparation for rheumatism aud deep se.vd muscular pains on the market and cheerfully rocommend it to the public. Jno. O. Ilrooks, dealer in bolts, shoes, etc., No. iS .Main ALSO READ THIS. MECIIAN'ICSVILLE.St. Mary county. Md. I sold a bottle of Chamberlaln'a Pain tialm tl a man whs had been suffering wUh rheumatism lor several years. It made him a well man. A.J. McGlll. For sale at 50 cents per bottle by Craig Ac Ilocker, Druei,'isl, Stanford, Ky. I K TO CHICAGO. Elegant Pullman Vestibuled Slepera of Modern Pattern. Forjtnapa or any information, aldieis E. II. BACON, PRANK J. REID, D, P. Agent, ' C. P. Agent, !Louisville. Chicago, - I J t Denver, 2 ! ; to call for 'MONON Route, iJasuKu "' I .1 St. Paul. ed bands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, cures piles, or no pay repuired. It la guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money refunded, l'nco sj cents per box. For tale by A.K. Penny, htanford, Ky. The best salve in the world for cuts, bru.'iei, seres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever aorea tetter, chap- - nuclillu'e Arnica Salve. t positively i HIGGINS & MeKINNEY,! Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. W, V. McKincey has possession and wilt take pleasure in showing any one over the farm Kor further information address Keid heirs, Stanford, Ky At the same time and place I will, ,i ".ecu lor ol the will ol John M. Held, dre'd, sell at public auction to tne highest bidder tbi personalty of the state of the decedent cousliting of 7 cattlo, 3 yeaillng cattle, 3 milk cowa and calves, 55 sheep, 2 yearling mules. 1 yearling filly, 1 year-rin- g tad-dfilly, horsocolt, I 4 vear-ol- d work horse, 3 brood mares, horse, t mule, 50 fat hogs, 10 sows and 1 1 colt, pigs, 60 shoats.jjo bushols of oaf 330 barrels of ck in First hay, 8 shares of corn, 5 stucks National Hank of Stanford, 13 ahsres of stock in Marion National Uauk, farming Implements, household furniture, Ac. Terms of Sale of Personalty: For all turns of $10 and under, cash; over that amount a credit of four months on note with good security, bearing interest from date and payable in bank. ld 1 ie 60-t- bid accepted. To those who entrusted their buisiness to uj while mnsglng the Lincoln National Hank 11 Stanford, we we here tenderour miny thanks and trust they will continue to transact their businca: with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attan. lion to ssmo, our twenty years' experience ia banking and at liberal accommodations at are intent with sound banking. J J. Williams, Mi. Vento";"' . H. Shanks, Stanford; JS. Ontlcy, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. B. Owsley, Stanford; JJF Cat., Stanford; William Geoch, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MUledgovilU, S, If. Shtnki, Pretldcat, Or. J.'B. Owsley, Cashier, J.1J. FOSrh.ll, Ex'or. W.M.UiIbt, Teller.