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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895102501 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. d VOL. ' Jemi-Weekl- y Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1895. KIDD'S STORE. -- XXIII. HUSTONVILLE. NO. 68 a n . ;! put. some this winter. with An episode of Gen. Hardin's speech Last Tuesday morning at nbout J tender nud holy aHaouiithm to a young at Liberty wus omitted because of o'clock tho dwelling house of John W. man'a heart, vifc "mother." presumption thata couple of Sutton, which is situated nwr the L. ft Ollin Fanner, son of Joe KrinT, of hie bums was rruponsible for the distur N. depjt, was disc) yerud ou lire. The Mack's Valley, near this place in Capey banre, but information bv a more unfor hoU8 and Jin cjiitonts were Hlmost an county, waa arreated at his f ulna's home tutiate auditor who sit with hi view of jentirnloss, but there was about $1,201) last Sunday night. He was wnnted in the pirtiea puts a different phase on tho insurance, wnicli would have run out in Clinton county, III., for cutting a man matter. Tho incident certainly retailed thrtu days. there. Marshal Devers, In company (0 Gen. Hardin and nunr others the Tlio populists nro warming up this with Tom Helm, of Danrille, and the bloodcurdling Kmiusnce ttllair, but uo st'ctiou Bomo at present, Mr. Jonn Mc sherill of Clinton county elected the reference was made. Your scribe Bal N'ioIioI, ol Ohio, is cauvansiug this coun and the latter otlicer depnrled with the rostrum than rear of large ty at the epo.uingat the priuci-p- l bia prisoner Monday fur that Swte. c nut room, and was greatly annoyed by points in the county, especially Ht the Our colored cltt3ttns on the Heat are an uiiihl)l' con vernation which was pro- mined whore they expect to get most of greatly stirred up over the appearance of tracted in rear uf him. Not only aro tho their vott-aHon. Jus. 11. Sovereign will a bear tlio other night in tho houso of one individuals enthusiastic Bradley men, make eovorul speeches iu this oud of tho of their number so said. Tho usual the one who t. liked loudest is the repub11th. stories about mutilated dogs, Ac. , thai lican nominee for Legislature, Hev. 1?) The Whitley County Fair Associa- accompany tho appearand annually of Frederick Grider, who finally had tho lion mat last .Monday nud elected now " are in circulation the irood taste i?) to leave tho room, in evi- officers who are in follows: Jos. Gatlifl, bruin, and many are skepti- dence of his g"ol breeding, and further president; W. E. DeCanay, M. J. Huffcal, but "allcu samee" the colored broth- indignity to tho speaker. Comment is man and Nick Daniel, er steps lightly hiuI walcheu warily these uunecebsary, further than Cnsoy is in- t). U. Keetou, secretary and treasurer; s nighta when belated on tho Heat. debted to counties for tho acalitor Mason, assistant secretary. Tho Tho County Miroionarj Association quisitions to her citizenship of both tho secretary's report shows that the compaof tho Christian church met last Satur- individuals. ny ciearbd about $200, most of which By tho way, Banjaiuin Bunday in tho Church in this place and had will be spent in improving the track. a pleasant and profitable meeting. The combe King informed an audience OF A LU0AL NATUHt. meeting was very slimly attended by del of darkies nt Milledgovillo at a semoonless night, reecatcp, only the churches at Stanford, lect peance on Tno Advocate eays that E. II. Fox cently, that Kentucky is iu debt beat Dr. J. C. Bjglo lor Iluatonvllle, Turuersvillo and the nomination church being represented by del- i50.000.000 and that he saw a certillcato for councilman in the Utli ward one voto. egations. Kevs. Williams and Tinker of 100 names sustaining tho good generAtMiddieaburo Andrew Jackson, a ton were the local ministers in attend- alship of Bradley's retreat from Emi- negro desperado, kliled Mj. Campbell ance, while Revs. J. L. Allen, of Dan- nence. Benny didn't tell his congeniais in Burden's saloon. Jackajn has killed ville, GeorEO liowau, of Lancaster, and anything about his favor of a property six men in all. J. G, Livingston and Hrowu were visit- nullification before permitted a share of Mra. Euz.i Sheppard, perhaps tho ors. Hev. Allen remained over Sunday tlio voting he now uruea the colored oldest citizdii of Boylo county, departed and preached morning and night at the brother and penniless white republican this hfo, Saturday nfteruoon, at the home Christian church to large congrcgitions, to perforin promptly by a cros under of tier daughter, Mrs H Q Davis, aged as ho is well known and very popular the coon log cabin should I say! Voting DJ. hero as a pulpit orator and a man of for a colored brother was right enough, Woodeou Burton, onoof Boyle coun-ty'- e broad, Christian sympathies. Tho ac- but, insisting, when no such contingenoldest and modt highly respected complished housewives of tho Christian cy as the buz of a legislative bee was citizens, died Saturday night at tho commuuiou spread nn elegant dinner in Btixpected, that tho poor republican, home of his niece, Mrs. William B. Cethe church yard at the hour of high noon black and white, ahull have so much tax- cil, near this city. Advocate. and regaled those in attendance upon able stuff' before he shall bo allowed n Tlio Hon. James B. McCreary and tho services with one of those repasts for vote, is stacking a biiihII eizdd l'eliou on tlio Uou. D. G Colsun mot iu joint dewhich our community is so justly famed. Ojsa. And Hen doesn't get a foot on the bate at Mouticollo Monday.;. Neither G. M. Glvens has beon complaining currency plank of his party's platform, know of the other's appointment and the adwith a wrenched shouliier for a few days for bo was Moreland's representation discussion was urranged after they arrivof Jellico, vocate of free silver beforo his nomina- ed there, each speaking 1J houraand past. Mrs. Hertio Smith, the Tenn., is visiting tho family of her moth- tion. But, great men sometimes change governor closing with u 15 aiinutea re(?) their minds. joinder. er, Mrs. II. H. McKinnoy. Miss Sarah Tho Ohristiau congregations anCuttle, who baa been living nt Stanford A dispatch from Danville siys tbat for Homo time, ia at present on a visit to ciently called Campbellites of Lincoln Hardin's speech there won four yotea coher friends heroin general and to those county held onu of their from tho republican ranks at least. An at Hustonville of Cashier operation conventions composing tho household old fellow said to the general, pointing to Saturday and it was good to be Hockcr hi particular. Judge Davlaou, of last the "Log Cabin" pin on his coat'a lapel: Stauford, was hero Monday. If ho should there. Tho program was elaborate and "Do you see that general? I have vaHtly entertaining. Chairman V. W. care to toll publicly what he decants on voted that ticket all my life, but now I privately of democratic shortcoming at Carter presided with a pleasing autocracy will oupport it no longer, and am now Stanford, ho would croato a sensation of and was expeditious in dispatch of busi- for you, tooth and too nail." ness which stamp him a veteran. It will John maatodonlc proportions. In ordering ttie Mercar countyjclork of tho favored to etnu-lflt- o is Buffering from a akin trouble re- be well for somo to placo the name of W. E Gill, a repubChairman Carter's snap and promp-titusembling erysipelas which disfigures his lican candidate for tho Legislature, upon in tilling future appointments. countenance considerably. Mr. and Mra. the official ballot, Judge Saulley declared on rhetoric emphasize the J. E. Huffman have removed from tho Authorities of that "the peoplo are superior to an arbiability to avoid tho quality bouse of John Raid and taken rooms in rare trary county committeo, no matter ;ljow of one's own eloquence and intho homo of Mrs. Gnloe Bode. Mr. Win. regularly constituted, nud tbat it lay beauty of quitting when "Williams has accepted a position with describable within their power iu mass convention to tho dinner that was tho UuBtonvlllo Holler Mills. M.. W. done. As assembled to make a nomination and reby the ladies, to which all wero Rose, of Harrodsburg, representing tho pudiate its action. Wo must admit the Louisville, was cordially invited, in fact urged to share-w- ell right of revolution in politics." Green River Warehouse, just aak Warren Hockor nnd Dick hero last week soliciting tobacco for his if they lived to got home. and visiting his brothor, Mr. Jas. Newlaud If Troubled with Rheumatism Read This. houso There wero no groaning tables, for exANNAPOLIS MJ., iS- -I have a led Koae. Charloy Adams, who some two I'aia llalm for rlteumatiim and fouud it perience bad taught tho necesaity of a monthB since went to Texas, writes from to be fU that i claimed for it. I believe ho has a good substantial provision for tho apread; but t to be fct best preparation for rheumallim and McKinney, that State, that on deep e.iioJ muscular tho table was, though immense, far abort cheerfully recommend paini the the market and public. Jno. U, it to position iu a largo dry goods Btoro nud of euporficial requirements. After every Urooks, dealer in bo)ts, shoes, etc., No. iS 'Main is improving steadily. that bis health availablo inch had been covored, expert ALSO READ THIS. Eld. George Gownn, of Lancaster, T. J. stacking left many MECKANICSVILLK, St. Mary county. Md- .-I baskets untouched in of tho McOormack'a neighborhood, Hill, told a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Ualm to a tho reserve lines, reminding us good Sun man whi had been suffering with rheumatism for and Eld. J. L. Allen, of Danville, wero day school boys of that profusion tevoral years. It made him a well man, A.J, which McGlll. For sale at jo cents per bottle by Craig the gueeta of Mrs. Lusk during the fed thousands und a dozan baskets wero & Hockcr, Druggists, Stanford, Ky, Association. piece bearing filled of the surplus. What would tho LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Will Kenney, of Ihylu, wn8 here churches ba without tho women? Ab in Tho County Teachers' ABflocintlon Tho republicans will have a Rrand meets horo nozt Saturday Rt 10 a. m , In hat week culling a lot of choice Cumber- - 'apostolic timen they are now, "hewers of rally here upon the 4th. Col. Bradley tlio Ohristlun church. An nttrnctivo land comity cattle Hob and Ei Young wood and drawers of water for tho will speak here. proRrnm tins boon proparoil nud the pub- nnii uougtit up Pronouncd tho host brethren. The woman of apostolic times Tho Ladies' Aid Society of the Chrislic 16 cordially invltod to bo prceuut nt mixed lot driven over our road in many wero evidently prototypes of the prestian church will moot afterent day, sisters only in devotion, for had months tho extrclai's. noon with Mrs. John Higginbotham. Appendicitis mado an injudicious se- they poosesaed a tithe of superTho tuariiiK do n of tho o'd building Mrs. Joe S. Kobinson entertaiued at caum'rt lection when Eiimett McUornnck was iority to their fltilflah mates tho Sanho-dribelonging to tlio United Brethren her pretty country homo in honor of would have oxpnnged every monogood subject. Enmett's us the loas of hii old landmark of Hid adjudged Bomo of her niccea last Saturday evenwill leji ice with him In gamous snutimont from tho original text town. TIiIb hoiiHu was erected In 1 S 17 world of frii-ming. and many of tho merchants of former his ability to p. ill through an attack and matrimonial emulation of Solomon Tho meeting behu conducted by which (lelliinkH was fcevero enough for would have been tho refrain of Paul's dajs did bitsincus within Ita walls. every mmlrigal. Ami tho sisters at Hus- Hev. F. M. Hill at Sycamore Valley any ordinary half dozen robust victims. Bchool-bou- ee A now busiueMand dwidlluK houo already resulted in a The democratH of this end find uo tonville didn't solicit aid of even their Dr. has been erected on tho lot next to nearby Kidd's Store neimibwa except to number of additiunn to the church. fault Willi Jndgii D.ivison'ri enppllmetit-in- g Brown's oillco in tho last few days. Wo A merry pnrty of society pooplo en help eat what they provided. The writer the IKK) allowance to supply tlio IluBtonville when do things rapidly in joyed an outing on Monday. Tho coucitizens' school books, by nn indi- found but onu complaint at dinner. Uo wo pet in the notion. Tho building wan ples wero out in search of nuts, p?ieiin-monvidual donation of V2T,, but tho poor was keptwj hiihy mumbling, "not any," moved hero from Junction Uity on n grapea or any other eatables that and "no I thank you," ho was constraino wagon by n photographer of whites are unable to understand the are found in tho woods. ed to flie the crowd or choke to death. of as much us 117 to one and that place. It will bo gratifying to the friendo Mrs-JohHeld) whoso loss in the $11 to another colored school -- 60 far as and relatives of Elder It. M. Campbell WILUAMSQUnC, WHITLEY COUNTY. way of preserved fruits wo noticed in our heard from. and wife, who something oyer a month Dave Allen and Walker Lyon eeem Mrs. Dr. Gatlifl and family have last letter, now mourns the loss of n fine ago left Lancaster to make their home in plush cloak through tho agency of sneak animated by n determination to reduce gone to AtLtuta tnis week. San Francisco, Cal., to learn that ho haa Mr. W. H. Black, candidate on the thieves. This is certainly very exasper- their neighbors to a strictly vegetable recently had his salary (ncrensed from ating and tho wish of all tho good people diet next winter or to starvation, for they republican ticket for tho legislature, $1,200 to J1.S0O per annum. pereist in shipping everything able to spoke hero Monday. is that tho thieves may be discovered. Arrangements have been made with walk to the stock pen?, in tho faro of the Mr. and Mra. J. M." Mnhau enter-tuine- d Marshal Devors reeoiyed a telegram Prof. Eddy, of Danville, to Bond the elecshortest pumpkin nnd turnip crops of their young friends at their homo from W. O. Kile, of Columbia, Monday, tion uews hero by telephone messages. years. Tho cabbage crop ws too pre- last Friday tveuiii. telling him to look out for Jim Clark, A general admission of '25 cents will ha vious, Irish potatoes generally short, and Mowirs. Jos Uathll and T. B. Malum who shot Hon Kilo in Metcalfe county charged to enter tho court-houa- e for tho corn, apples and dried beam are the out- wero ordained dencona in tho Baptist recently. Mr. Kilo failed to state wheth. look. news. It fa thought and intimated that church Sunday night. or tho party was white or colored, only quito a number expect to do aomo The low stage of water has concenMr. and Mra. F. A. Smith entertainBcratching upon that day. stating that bo was suppobed to be in trated 1Kb in such limited ranges of n ed their friends Ht their homo in South Mayo'M circiiB will be hklltik-- at either Joe, KJ or Dick Mitts', pools that a Ilopwood disciple Williamsoiirg last Saturday evening. with us. It has been so long einco wo of Middleburg. nefds only the coimnonpst tarkle and a They expect to leave this week for Olovo-laud-- On exhibition at K. H. Tvul well's have had a circus that wo know an imsemblance of b.tlt to c.ttrn everything in , where they will make their fudrugstore last week was a uitgniMcnt ahdit. Fishing now is mense crowd will be in Lancaster to wit-n- e about like picking ture homo. piece of ladies' handiwork with the nee- up stranded the pmde as well as to attend the unfortunate alter receduro The work on the now aaw mill, dle in tho shape of an elegant ijntlt made of an overflow, yet performances. Aunts, uncles and cousthere nro professors which is being built by tho ''Kentucky for Mr C. 11 Kid. The tquarea, oacli of will all be assembled. 'rho admist?i who go a fishing nud return with a Lumber Cj. in the place of tho one re- ins which was a gem of art in design and ei lljurish. Cole sion is so small that that may prove a Carpenter thinks it much cently burned, is progressing nicely and drawing card to ninny. edition, bore tho iiames of Mr He Id's la- Pko Mcrilking a sitting hen in tho soup tho compauy hopes to bo able to saw dy frunJs and relative -- tho centerMarried in Lincoln Wednesday J to-dam S cj For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. fj Have your Prescriptions filled at Craig & Mocker's. Pure Drugs and Chemicals only us- I a tt 01 H3 ' ed. Accuracy, Promptness and hs g" LOW PRICES! Guaranteed. eut I 2 I g in A full line of Druggists' Sundries I. y always in stock. p, ) H CRAIG c& HOCKSR. ! two-bors- FOR SALE 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. A14o the residence on the West side of Lancaster St. For particulars apply to two-story G. L. PENNY Exor. Stanford, Ky. star-vaUo- w m ms RM lUh) won & nwni. War to the Knife. the word so fraught irrct-piuei- - , , ar-re- nt nerr prt-aeu- . I "dog-eater- g blue-gras- McUor-mack- 's semi-annu- Sau-did- go do fur-nisho- d on afternoon at the riBidenro of the bride's father, Mr. Luther Underwood, his daughter, Mies Mattie Underwood, to Mr. Jim Wood Bourne, of this place. A supper was tendered the hpppy couplu Your money never woold buy as much as at present, for we' have Woduesday evening at tho home of tho reached the bride. Tlio ceremony was pronounced by Elder George Gowen. The frame dwelling and barn be longing to Mr. Arch Whittakor was on Monday night entiroly consumed by fire. J re have but one desire, that is to show you goods and quote you Mo it all of the contents weru destroyed. Bed Rock Prices. When Mr. Whittakor diheovored the firo it was at midnight and then tho whole barn bad been consumed. It is thought by many to have been the work of an incendiary. Tho residence and barn had When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, nn insurance upon them for $1,100. that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersold and not Oapt. T. W. Olds was reported quite till then. Headquarters for aick for several days, but is now better. 8 iuuy Huglipa is much better and in a fair way for, a complete recovery. Mrs. Drew, Selby & Co's Geu. Landram is quite sick and has been Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. for n week or more. Her family were Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tailapprehensive at first that she had Others may lead but you will never find us distancors, of Chicago. Mr. John C. Thompson haa been ed more than a throat lacth. See? Highest market price for prosick for eoveral days past. Mra. II. A. duce. CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. B. Markabury, who has been flick, is better. Mrs. J. B Turner is also ill as well as Miss Sallio Tillett. A box Ilea stored away in n corner of tho foundation of tho old Methodist church that is now nbout torn down. Tho box contains a Bible, coin and a list of tho early Presbyterians who built the KY. church. Somo of our older citizens can now recall tho fact that many noted divines and some of uutcbleos eloquence hive graced the pulpit of this church in tho past yeirs. Many a wanderer hits been reclaimed from nis past sinful life, and many a wrecked soul has confessed Christ in this church after listening to the earnest pleadings of faithful minisIn Hustonville. See his New Line ol ters who have occupied her pulpit. At its marriage altar many loving, trusting hearts have plighted their troth for life, nnd within its sacred domain many funerals have been preached over the remains of departed spirits. If tho walla of thia holy edifice could only once down tho dim vista of again ages, "Thereby would hung a tale." T. J. Price attended .Moberloy'a sale in Madiaou on Tuesday. Mrs. Hum- Buell's Low Top Patent Congress Boots have no equal for fit, comfort See them and you will buy them sure. For bargains phrey Ballou aud little daughter, Pattie and durability Lynn, have returned from a visit to rela- goto JAMES FRYE. tives in Stanford. Mrs. EJ Price and to visit Mra son, Joe, leave Jennie Ballou and family of Madison. Rev. C. M, Held made a visit to Lexington last week. Misjes Bessie and Jennie Burnside, two of Lancaster's most beautiful daughters, aro tho guests of their cousin, Alisa Pearl Burnside, of Stanford. Mr. Charles Smith is in Somerset on a visit to friends. Mrs. Nolan, of Maya-viltis the guest of Mibs Martha Tillett. Miss Molliu Douglass ia enjoying the hospitality of Versailles friends. Miss Julia Reid has returned from a pleasant visit to hor sunt, Mrs. Ford, of Lexington. Miss Ida May Grant is the gueat of - AT Mrs. S P. Grant, of Danville. Misa Eliz i Rucker U viaitinc friends in Lowell. Prices Lower Than The Lowest, Climax of Low Prices. TernpSe of Economy. Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, pneu-moui- James Frve HUSTONVILLE, ? ik: the mmi a Ikt Hoods o Ladies' Wraps, Clothing and Shoes. e, Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &e. FAERIS & HARDIN -H- Cham-betUi- on two occasions ft stopped excruciating pains and positively saved us trom an untimely grave. Wc would not rest easy over night without it in the houso." This remedy undoubtedly saves more pain and suffering thau any otner medicine in thr world. Every family should keep it In the house, for it is sure o be needed sooner or later. Kor sale by CralK & Hoclcer, Or.uce'ists, Stanford, Druggists, Ky. The Darlington, Wis., Journal says editorially uf a popular patent medicine: "Wo know from cx tbat Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and liarrhoea Remedy is all that Is claimed for it, as .6.RUPLEY,tBBBBBBBHailMaBMMilililliSMaBaSVill Mis-eloua- iy The best salve in the world for cuts, bru.'ies, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chap-hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, I positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Pnce 3$ cents per box. For sale by A.K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. Ia Receiving His FALL : AND : WINTER : GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Gvve me -. &MI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOMflL 3TANFORD. Kr., - October 2j, 1895 P. WALTON. VV. i, M wi'ml 1 ! R Tub sensation of tho freek In the most Maxville was largely in evi- $200,000 damages for alienating his wife's occasion. campaign ever fouRht in As winter approaches your wants will naturally become more nudence, evory man, woman and child be- affections. io a letter Irora Hon. Oitsaius Kentucky Frank Harris, of Bloomington, III., merous. A problem presents itself; How to meet them in the most ing on hand. When Col. Bradley apM. Clay, Jr late candidate) for tho demwants divorce from his wife because sho economical way. After all the solution is very simple. Come to the peared on the rear platform a lusty cheer governor, in ocratic nomination for objects to his smoking in tho house aud went up and he expressed himself which ho repudiates Uardin for repudsuch n reception by his pulls his hair when he does so. over iating the financial plank of tho party's In Elmonson county Rv. George neighbors and friends. He said ho had platform, tho issue of which he forced been greeted with tremendous crowds Mills shot and perhaps fatally wounded for selfish purposes, adding that that reeverywhere and that so certain as God Charles Clemens, as the result of a quarpudiation of the platform upon thu Almighty reigns the people are prepar- rel over tho attentiou Clemens was question now before the American daughter. Where the largest stock is kept to select from and prices cheaper than tho minister's ing for a change and they will make it showing Tijk next United States Senator from people certainly absolves all democrats 5th of November. They want the Preachers are sometimes bad people to any house in town. the Ko .lay before you a few of the many Bargains from any obligation to support him as Kentucky will not bo a free silverite. File books at Frankfort looked into and they project with. we have. goes this away for future reference. Thus the democratic nominee He thon J. W. Bourne, agod'22and a reaident Courier-Journand all want that party to keep them, which will on to hint in a dark and uncomplimen- dogmatizes the people in this end of the State Bay do bo correctly and leave them oppn for of Garrard, deadened over the Hue veu tary manner at the conduct of nfTalra by the is about the inspection of tho humblest citizen terday aud took a pretty little Lincoln Auditor Norman and Attorney General "amen." A neat in the Senate Oil it Kentuckians, he had found, were for ladytowifo. She wits Miss Matlie UnHendrick, and asserts that in his opinion Gov. McCreary's size and he would daughter of Bound money and Bald that many demo- derwood, tho a Binking fund commission composed of with honor and dignity and credit to vote for principle and Mr. L. B. Underwood, and she is eaid ot Ladies Satlor Hats in Straw, Satin top and felts, all colors. 15, 25, peo- crats would of his Hale, Ford, Hendrick, Bradley and Nor- himeelf and to the satisfaction against the man who repudiates that be pretty and attractive. SO and 75c. A big line of Ladies' and Misses' Tiimmcd Hats, Beaua far better commission ple. man would be Mr. G. W. Goodrich, n Rowland plank of their platform. The colonel one composed of "Hardin, Norman, than NEWSY NOTES. then Bmeare d Mr. Wilson all over with merchant, made his third matrimonial tifully Trimmed with new ribbons, braids and quills, 75c, $1.25, $1.50 Hendrick, etc." Mr. Clay gives it as his claiming that ho had done more venture yeHterday. Miss Nannie Mitch-iin- i, and $2. A Monon train made 133 miles in tafly, opinion that the cry of negro supremacy an artist of some local celebrity, Ib the than any man to insure him the 10,000 is nonsense, as the Senate which will be 150 minutes. was sure to get in his home, fortunate lady. The marriage occurred Oliver Ames, of Massachu majority ho democratic from holdover Senators alone, tho city of LouiBville. Mr. Wilson was in tho parlor at Mr. and Mrs. J. R. would have to confirm Bradley's ap- setts, is dead. at 5 r. M., Klder J. G. Livingston done in taffy slinging and There are now 1,100 convicts in the not to be out pointments. hischieftan moat laviHhly. officiating. Good luck to them. ho besmeared The cry of negro domination, ho eayp, Frankfort penitentiary. The marriage of Mr. S. W. Duncan, victory for blm waa in destroyed 40 buildings at Mad- He was sore that Fire looks like it is for the purpose that the the air, for the people wanted a more of Dallas, Texas, to Miss SiiBie Bain, the bloody shirt was used, to avert attention ison, Minn. Loss $150,000. government, better laws, bet- pretty daughter of Sheriff and Mrs. T. D. Flannel?, Canton Flannels, Ladies and Gents' Underwear, Ladies' Four people died in Bourbon this economical from mean men and meaner measures. Newland.waa duly solemnizd Tuesday by Capes in Cloth end Fur. Cloth capes, fur trimmed, $1.98, clcaks ter roads and better everything elso. After presenting the strongest arguments week whose combined ages were 312. Mr. Clay's bolt he lauded that Rev. A. V. Sizemore in a ceremony spo- and jackets, all to colors. Sec our liuc of The county tax levy of Bourbon he can why Bradley should be elected, he gentleman to the skies and said there ken of as very beautiful. Miss Lizzie county was reduced from 17$ to 10J. closes by Baying ho will not vote for him, Menpfeo and R M. Newland acted as at alternative for an honest, sound A Tanbandle train crashed into a was no but scratching Hardin, cast biB ballot money democrat than tho one taken by tendants. The house was nicely decora for the rest of tho democratic ticket, but wagon in Ohio and silled the four occu! him. He then "told a little joke at the ted and the lunch whs excellent. Only beought to let the horn go with the hide. pants. Bradley," the train immediate relatives were present. Tho O., expense of bin friend Frank Kausmaul, of Zanesville, His letter shows that he is soured topulled out and it was all over, and tboao happy pair were handsomely rememberwards the domocratic party, which so plead guilty to robbing his mother's who had come began to realize that it ed by frionds, whose gifts wore numer- In black and gray. Ladies' Shoes, $1 tojS.f. Men's shoes, Si. 25 to persistently refuses to honor him, and house. wasn't bo much after all. The joke re- - ous and costly. An hour after the cere- $S. Children's knee pants suits from 75c up. Men's Suits, $2. 50. Two men in Colorado fought a duel feeling that he is shelved for good and . . (t,TTm tn win: In his eecotid effort to mony, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan wero on to vent his spleen and with razors. One is dead and tho other reach the gubernatorial chair, the col- their way to McKinney, where they took men s uvcrcoats, S2 to Si 5. A good Macintosh for men S2.9S. all, he can afford do what he otherwiso would not dare is dying. him of tho little boy who the train for Texas, intending to take in The Chicago Board of health has de- onel reminded to do. Mr. Clay never takes defeat graceprayed: "Dear Lord, make me a gooJ the Atlanta exposition en route. . fully. It is said that he seriously thought clared diphtheria and typhoid fever epi- little boy and if at firat you don't TiikSI Perkins show is a genuine , BIT?-.of running independently for governor demic in the Windy City. try, try again." Bradley's prayer mirth provoker and is made up by the Official reports bIiow tho output in when Brown beat him for the nominafirdt funniest of dialogue, amusing incidents coal in Pennsylvania to have decreased was "make me governor and if at A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, tion, and although he promised to supdon't Bucceed, keep on trying." The and laughable complications, together you year. port Hardin when the nomination was over 5,000,000 tons lastCaBey county, was firBt of tho prayer waa Bure to be an- with specialties of every description, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Oliver Farmer, of made and said we could not afford to Illinois, swered this time and further trial would which are interwoven with the farcical Branch Stores. turn Kentucky over to the republicans, arrested for stabbing a man in situations of each act. For the present be unnecessary. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, it would be and taken thither by tho sheriff. he now eays. in effect, that Besides the speakers, three other men season many novel features have been Samuel M.Tudor, of Lexington, haa to the interest of the State and of good Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. were the "cynosure of all eyes, the ob- addeO, while all that proved bo entergovernment for us to elect Bradley. He come out as an independent candidate Promserved of all observers." They were taining heretofore are retained. against O. J. Bronston. has evidently arrived at his belated opin for State Senator In Knott county Andy Jack was fa- Judgo Davison, Mr. Ed Caldwell and tho inent in the cast are; Mr. Sam J. Burion after brooding over defeat at his Hale and another blind negro pensioner. The first wasa all ton, as Si Perkins, traveling agent of the beautiful Bourbon county home, for he tality shot by James wound from am- excitement and jumped around like it Agitator threshing machine; Mian Lillie had promised the campaign committee man received a mortal was all on his shoulders, the sec- Coleman as"Ztna;" Lon Uascal as "Isfonr days after Hanlin'a repudiation of bush. Full course in Literary Department. John W. Mackay, Jr., son of John ond waved a flag bo as to give tho coo do rael Budge;" Mies Oarrio Lemoyne in the platform, to speak for the ticket. Mr. millionaire, the cue when to applaud and the latter the character part of "BUy" and the Five Months with Board, &c, for $S$, S90, $95, according to grade. Olay is a man of ability and a highly ed- W. Mackay, the American and many other well "Old Gypsy, his horse at Paris and danced to tho band music till be got out known character actors. A large auucated one, but be is a back number now was thrown from inspiring dience should greet this deserving comof breath. It waa a lovely and J. M. HUBBARD, President. and bis letter i ill cut but little figure, killed. Rev. Aaron B. Lilly is in jail at Bry- sight and made the democrats the more pany at Walton's Opera House tonight, Howard Female College, because of the soreness that the writer Gallatin, Tennessee. Oct. 25, as a pleasing entertainment Ib determined to voto their ticket straight. O charged with criminally assaultexhibits between every line. He is an, , "Honestly now, Col. Bradley," said assured ing Mrs. Wilson, a member of bis now a political corpse and bis parsing church. our reporter, "do you really think you SKW ADVERTLHEMKXTM. will occasion his friends, of whom we It is expected that the fact that Chi- will be elected?" "Yes sir." was his1 reregret. Let him have been one, sincere na will pay the Japaneee indemnity in ply, "and by 20,000 majority. I told Hciute and o rest in peace while all of us who love our silver will raise tho price of that com- you last year how many Congressmen, FOR RENT. Land DealrabteAcres o Icr... The Place to Buy Also a choice lot of Flowcri and Poultry for party and our State march to the polls modity. e we would elect and you hooted at me. I Mm K. A. Maker, Danville Avenue, Stanford gg and vote the whole ticket. Mrs. Spencer, Belmont, 0., fell down was right then and I am right now. a flight of stairs and broke both of her Mark that," and he really seemed to have I Tiik sudden death of Francis Marion he was Btat-n- u Green, editor for 29 yoars of that model legs. This is the 21st timo she has fract gotten himeelf to think that Wc sell at the Cheapest Price. a ncflitivo fact in the first sentence newspaper, the Richmond Register, sent ured her limbs. lu obedience to a writ of election issued by tho Julian has issued an ultimatum say- His only hope, however, is in democratic Judge ot the Lincoln county court and duected to a pang of sorrow to tho heart of overy ! the sheriff of Lincoln county, ing that Fitz is ready to meet Corbett disaffection and his whole plea is for en that an election will bo notice herebr civ- editor in tho State, even if he knew him held on the. $th dy of Let's fool him one more povemser, iss. in Lincoln county Ky , In only by bis writings, aud it falls as a per for 510,000 a side in private if necessary, their support. By an Experienced Pharmacist. district No. . fcr lh of electing timo and he wont try, try again any a constable for said district topurpose existing vaon October 31. fill the sonal borrow on those of us wno were cancy. Tolls will be oiened at all ttio leiular Thomas Henderson, of Fairview, S. more. . fortunate enough to know him as he was, votiLg places. This Oct asth' &,. r. n NEWLAND, found a snake in his bed when ho the polished, high toned, genial gentle- 0., When the vaults of a suspended Sheriff Lincoln County. went to retire. He fainted and since has Uy K. M. Newland, D. h Druggist, Stanford, Ky.l man, modest and retiring as a woman, Tacoina Bank were opened a cash balyet brave and chivnlric aa an ancient been a raving maniac. was found. At Fort Deposit, Ala., three mothers ance of 11.10 I knight. Disease had racked his never motocycle, invented by A robust frame for years, reducing him to gave birth to 10 children within a week. a Uocine, Wis , man, made an alleged In obedlrnce to a writ of elertion lisued bj the 85 pounds in weight, but he was always Two had three each and one four. All judge of tho Lincoln County Court and directed speed of 57 miles an hour. of them are alive and hearty. to the, shprifl of Liner In county, uotice is hereby cheerful and clung to the duties of his An old fellow down near Augusta Riven that an election will bo held on the sth day MagnelioSate, the wo Lincoln county for office, when men of stronger bodies but ARK UP TO DATE. dug a large cistern, and aa there were no of November, i8gj, inSuperintendent of the of electing a Common weaker spirits would have kept their man wno nas ueen in almost every mu- indications of rain, ho just fl lied it with Schools for Lincoln county to fill the ciitting vaWe can furnish you with Genuine Hair Mattresses, Cotton Mattresscancy. Tolls will be opened at all the voting plabeds. He was a good writer and never seum in tho country, committed suicide cider. ces. T I) NEWLAND. in New York City by taking chloral. Genuine Hartford Weave Springs at 3.00, iqc Sheriff Lincoln County. es, Excelsior Mattresses. to discuss any subject no mathesitated The longed talked of prize light is Th'ct. il. Hy u M. Newland, D S. 68 John Knaub, of Springfield, O., one the best in the world for the money. Wc arc always up to date in ter bow distasteful nor to take sides for off, because Fitz would not agree to a styles and at the bottom in prices. In fact wc have made prices that what ho thought was right, no matter of the most prominent democrats of the postponement, but Oorbett eays ho will Colsmall retail dealers are paying. Come to sec us. It will be a pleasure how unpopular. But in doing so ho al- city, attended a republican rally at way whon he meets mash his mouth any ways had respect for the opinions of umbus and has not since been heard of- him. and most complete line of Furniture, Carpets, In obedience to a writ of election issued by the to show you the Gladstone has been a member of the jiidtfe of the Lincoln county court and dirtctnl to those who differed with him and we A call has been issued by Chairman the sheriff ot Lincoln county, notice is hereby Wallpaper, Window Shades ever handled in this city. doubt if in his long career as oditor, ho British ParlimentC3 consecutive years. Carter for a meeting of the republican given that an election will In held on the sth day ot November, 895, in Lincoln county, Ky., in living or dead, wno ever knowingly or willfully offended He is the only man, magisterial dutrict National committee in Washington De ing a constable for No 3, for thetopurpose of electwas four times prime minister of Engsaid district fill the existing anyone, certainly not any brother of the land. cember 10. The time and place will bo Vacancy Tolls will be opened at all the regtilai Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford.JKy. quill. His virtues were many, bis vices report of the murder of the selected for the meeting of tho National voting places This Ocl. 71.T.1S05. NKWLANI) The D few if any. May he rost in peace. Sheriff Lincoln County. Qaeen of Corea has been confirmed, and convention. lly R. M. Newland, D 8. ss' foreign representative at Seol agree Chris Miller, a farmer liviug near Tom Pkttit makes an unnecessary de- the wife to death denouncing the Japanese representaCardington, O., Bhot his nial of the report that he will withdraw in as tives the murderers. and then hung himself. He had been from the populist ticket in favor of Gen. The fire loBsea in this country this in the asylum, but was thought to have ONE NIGHT ONLY. Hardin. It is of little importance what year to the close of September reached been all right when discharged a few is not in the race a little he does. He thb enormous aggregate of 100,277,000, weeks previous. 25. bit, and judging by the reports of the not including The Comedian, the indirect losses through At Fountain Ferry bicycle track Bmall crowds that gather to hear him John S. Johnson broke the world's respeak, nobody cares for him and nobody interruptions to business. cutting county, James Lee, a des- cord, one mile paced at 1:44 In Scott All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Rcpairinc should. He is nothing but a common, perate negro, shot And the Charming Comedienne, and probably fatally over two seconds from the previous every day, little tnrncoat, tho most done in style. wounded St. Clair Evans, a farmer. Lee mark. Otto Ziigler cut 10 seconds of creatures, who after living COLE3IAN standing start record, MISS was captured and taken to Georgetown from the two mile Ir the New off of the democratic party for years and where a lynching was barely averted. placing the figures at 3.51. getting fat turned against it when it cut Tracy Jones attempted to explain to State Senator Sima and a companion Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic off biB rations. Let him be anathema his sweetheart, Miss Lizzie Roe, of Ash- weao captured in Lawrence county, A Superb Scenic Production A Hip I Hurrah Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his work. maranatha. Hilarious land, the action of a pistol, but Tenn., by moonshiners, who suspected H. KIRLEY. Senator GoBnaii will not have to an- it went off and buried a bullet in her that they were revenue officers. Prep- Sonsational : Comedy : Drama ! PJHRTEB. swer in the criminal courts for tho mur- pretty thigh before she caught on. arations for hanging them were comHas charge of our Painting Department. A Hearing, Rousing Rallv of Fun, Laughter and Give us a trill. An investigation by a treasury agent menced, but the executionerb were der of Banker Sandford, but the civil postpone the exercises until Prof. G. G. Vance's Solo Orchescourts will take a whack at him. The ebowa that during the last fiscal year, to widow of the dead banker will auo him under the Wilson tariff, there was an in- thoy could be identified. tra of 12 Men, Will Myers, the youth who assassi- All Skilled Musicians, is the stiongeit ever prefor $75,000 damages and here'B hoping crease of 30 per cent, in the production sented to company One sho will win her case and get the money. of black plates by American mills for nated a cotton manufacturer at Atlanta, of the mo-- the public by a travelinga first class pernecessary features of jail there. In tho morning formance is the belt of muilc rendered in artistic Covington Commonwealth says that making tin plate. escaped from Tho especially is this bo In LANCASTER, KY., Mrs. Mary Callahan, of Now York, tho Supreme court for the third time manner over with sonjrs, dances, HI PERKINS, Theodore F. Hallam will represent Mrs. running catchy music, where a good orchestra Is absolutely necessary. the mother of five children ranging from confirmed his sentence of death. An Sandford. Has now on hand Weather-BoardinCeiling, Flooring andjjall kinds See the Street Parade by tbe Famous four to nine years old, cut her throat hour afterward a lady called at the jail of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash andDlinds;F.;0.'IB. Louisville Times very timely and from ear to ear The because her husband to seo him. While ho was talking to her Farmer Band. . tersely remarks that if this weather con coaia not Kot work- - Before taking her the jailer's attention was diverted and Free Concert in Iroat of Opera House at 7 p. m. Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain" Yellow ;7,V,h nrnhlhltlonlBts mav be able to Ufa she kissed each of her children good- - Myers ran over the jailer and got away. we are prepared to meet competition from all points win votes on election day by treating-- to Prices 5c, 30c and 75c. Scata reserved at the Poplar, on latter price at W. B. McRoberta Drugstore. bye. common, every day water. cash orders. reward $500 is offered for him, A complicated do-ligh- ted all-vi- tal Mr. WKisKNORti, a Louisville Bound money man, makes a good point in a letin which ho ter to the Courier-Journashows that the failure of the sound mon ey men to voto or to vote for Bradley will reduce their repreaentation in the next democratic convention, and bo play directly into the hands of the silvorites. Representation in tho next State convention will be based upon the voto for governor and if it is light the representation will bo ditto. Democrats, especially sound money democrats, thore is every reason for you to vote and for the party's nominee. You can not afford to rebuke Hardin at thu expense of the democratic party, as much as you may desire to do Bo. Vote for him now and then give his free silver fallacies hades next year. l, ADDTK)NAL110CAL. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ill! Mr. Robert E. Sorrell, 24, and Miss Bbadlky and Wilson. The special W. O. Bradley and Pearlio Olauch, 17, were married at Mr. train bearing Col. Hon. Augustua E. Wilson arrived an M. B. Olaucb's yesterday. Rev. Uayden lUyburn who hB just hour ahead of-- the advertlsod time yea- torday, but there wbb a pretty big crowd died at Kokomo, Ind., married 1,277 couof coons and others, drawn by tho music ples during the GO years of his ministry, Samuel P. Colt, of Providence, R. I., of the band, which tho republican managers had hired, and tho novelty of the has sued J, J. Van Alon, of Newport, for fl Word With You. LOUISVILLE STORE MILLINERY ! ! al, Ex-Go- v. 's -- Dress Goods, Comforts, Blankets, Re-ferin- $2 SHORT CLOAKS W ft "V - THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, buc-cee- d, Educate Your Daughters. IVlc Roberts' Drug Store Compounded NOTICE SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES ! Prescriptions Carefully mK-isteri- al "W IB. M'KOBERTS, two-whe- el NOTICE three-legge- d Our s Winter : Beddings l?-gcst pur-poi- o 2TOTICEI 1 WITHERS & HOOKER, Walton's Opera House. St. Asaph Carriage STANFORD, KENTUCKY, Co., Friday Evening, Oct. SAM J. BTTHTOlSr, MERSHON first-clas- s & GREER, Proprietors. con-tompti- ble OIXIK SI PERKINS! Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. 1 SO, a. BE SIPERIESCED V per-Buade- d .t The Noel Planing Mill Co. g, a Pughtown g JK4ift.i. .. JV.ftditotft,rW ii('i nfretirti lajLiibniftaiiil Ai'i dfiju rfrV mtJMmli&k''W ,1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 25, 1895 Have yon rend DaiiW big "ad ?" Window ki,8 Bl Qr m & Uockor's. Winter oats And timothy aeed. H. Wearon A Co. W. CHURCHAFFAIRS. Mlsa Willnnl was orcsi-deof tho National W. C. T. U. Itov. A J.Potter, knoorn throughout Texas as the fighting preacher, fell dead In the pulpit while preaching at nt Stafford, Kt., - Octohek Lamps nnd onyx tables at Hanks'. in Hunters' supplies nnd a E. C. Walton, Business Manager snlo cheap. few guns W. B. McRoberts. for tf Ouitgront jownlry nnd nilvorwAro ilc ia still on. OlhiTH nro Witting tho bent Our lino of silver tnbluwaro Is rich roo(1h for tlio leant inomiy. Why not and complete. Danks, the Jeweler. Tou? Penny's Drue ami Jnvvflry Ktoro. An extensive lino of For wood shoes nnd hoots just arrived nt W. II. Shanks' PERSONA! POINTS. m Ladies' and gentleman's underwear in great variety at W. H. Shanks'. 9 Hon. J. N. Saunders, who attended tho barbecue at Springfield, Bays about 7,000 people were present to hear Hardin, Blackburn and Alexander nnd each mado good speeches. The democracy thoro ia aroused nnd Hardin will get the full vote, but things are very much mixed in tho Legislative race, there being four candidates, a freo Bilyer democrat, n populist, un independent nnd a republican, with tho chances in favor of the latter. Mies Annik Stkauii la visitlriR tit Junc- tion City. Mhh. V. G. Wki.ch went to LotitavUlo ycetenlny. Mil. V. U. Colkman. of Cnsiy, was In town Tuosday. Mm. and Mhs. Jit'K Jones hnvo gono to Pinovillo to livn. Mil. and Mks. W. I). iMcHoiiKitTS bntl children went to Louisvlllu Wednesday. Kkv. It. II, Maiiony hna opened nn in anrance ofHro in Mr, Kuulton Williams' building. Mrb. Joa. IUnKiit canin up from Jelllro Yesterday to visit her mint, Mrs. It; B. McKinney. JuikibJ. W. Ai.cohn, who has been qulto ill, is wo nro Ind to state, ablo to be down town again. WillSbvbkanck mado another trip to tho cities thin week. Ilia firm la selling doad loadn of goods Mr. I. Mack Hiil'cb, who performed a like service last year, ia again nw easing the property in town. Mns. P. K. Kbmi and her pretty bch, Philip, of Middleahoro, are guests at Judge J W. Alcorn's. Mum Ki.lhn Haixou, who baa a music claw at Somerset, was up to boo her homefolka a few days. Hon. J. 8. Owsley, fin , nnd Mr, S. T. Harris nttended the Moberley sale of Shorthorn at Richmond. Mr. and Mka J. II. Monks, who have been visiting the family of O. J. Grow, returned to Hardin county yesterday. I)n. ItiioNAL'nii continues in a dangerous condition. He has given up all hopes nnd Wednesday mado his will. Wk regret lo observe in the Advocate that itn accomplished editor, Mr. II. K. Woolfolk, Is down with a spell of alck-nea- a. Oait. am od th Mhs. It. N. Kolleii attend marriaitti of his niece, Mian Mary Langford at Whitehouae, to Mr. Gravel 8 Itch, Tuesday. Mhh. 0. H. Paimc nnd children and Mias Lula Prewitt, after a couple of mouths spent with Mr. and Mra. W. P. Tato returned to Doeton Wednesday. Mr. W. Stuaiit Myers, who was in Ban Franciitco when ho wrote, sent us a copy of tho Kxaminer of that city containing a stenographic report of tho famous Durraut trial for the murder of a younjr. lady in church, which ia liberally illustrated with the tragic and comic scenes during the sessions of court. Mrs. Koiibht Hahdino entertained a few of her most intimnto friends in an informal manner last night. It was the 10th at) nl versa y of her marriage, and those who were ho fortunntu as to be present expressed the wish that she might reach tint golden annivernity with naught save happineea intervening. Tins announcement in thu Louisville Times will surprise the beautiful young lady's host of friends here: Mlsa Mary Olay Thompson, ono of tho handsomest and most popular girla in Louisviiln society, leaven next wiek for New York, where she will enter the nurse trniuii g class in St. Lnke'a Hospital in Unit city. She intends taking up tho nursing of the sick aa a profession. You will find tho largest linn of We understand that some republicans, Hair nnd Monuetto Ituga ever who haven't much more than a Btifllcien brought to town at Withers A Hocker'e. cy of gumption to keep them out of the We are selling out our atock of men's feeble minded asylum, say that the ediclothing nt reduced prices. If you want tor of this paper Iias no room to talk a suit now it tho time to get one. W. II. against negro equality nt hotels, theatres, Ac, when ho rents hia opera houso to Shanks. negroes. Tho man who can not see the Absessor J. T. Tkhry tells us that prop- dillerenco In either too thick of skull or erty ia rating about the Baiue as last year, too much of n knave to admit it. The with the exception of tiorse stock, which opera house is for rent to Bny respectaIs Bway down. ble entertainment, nnd wn do not hesiNothing better for a wedding present tate to say that the one given by Prof. Tardif was as nicely presented ns nny d than one of our lovely Onyx tables, beolTby n beautiful silk shade banquet ever given in it. Tho colored people haved themselves in tho most decorous lamp. Danks, the jeweler. manner and for tho white people who Pkiikumciiy, colognes, bay mm, Flori- nttended reeervpd tho beet seats in tho da water. Extracts for the handker- hoiiBo. They know na well now, howchief. Our stock comprises nil of the ever, as thoy did before that at other entertainments they will no more be perpopular odors. Craig A Hooker. mitted on tho lower lloor than heroto-forTo avoid carrying stock over tho winThe Honsiblo colored man recogter, I aid selling boxing, studding and nizes thu difference and we do not fear joiat nt n lower price than they were ev that courtesies shown them will bo abuser ollerou in tins market. A. u. bum." ed. those of tho colored race, who ... behave riiomsolves and most of them do, Uhadlky voted for n negro nnd King voted for one, although nt different ulec wo en' rtain a high regard nnd would, tions. If you do not want negroes to we ar..pure, do more for them than their blaiaiit republican friends, who profess rule over you scratch this par nobilo bo much and do so little. It ill becomes thoao who have bson talking to do to It took over 100 pounds of whito pa- and wo would goutly Btigeat verbuin per to print the ballots for this county. sateaplouti. . . In addition to this nn educationnl balPresident Cleveland was given an lot was printed equal to one for every He ovation at tho Atlantn Exposition other voter in the count). made nn nddress congratulating the manMr. J. K. Caiihon Una bought out his agers of the exposition upon the partner Adley Glafs at Kingnville nnd of their efforts, nnd containing some will run tho business alone. Mr. Glass patriotic thoughts upon tho duty of the will locnte in lioylo. Mr Carson says he government and tho citizen. After a reis making at the rate of i 11.000 a year. ception nt the Capitnl City Club in the The Si Perkins Co. will arrive from evening, he nnd party left for WashingDanville on the 1.15 train today, Friday, ton. and shortly afterwards will give itn novel and amusing street parade. Come in to see it and slay to the show nt night. Oar-pots, m top-pa- m o. Galveston. -- Rev. W. L. Shelby, of the M. E. Church Soutn.wiil preach at Sugar Grove School house Saturdny night and at Wal nut Flat Sunday morning. Tho It)v. p Uotintree, a Baptist minister of Edmonson county, who has been n life long republican, hna taken tho atump for tho democratic ticket. Miss Mnry Burnett, a Banctification-1st- , jumped from a trnin whilo it waa running at a high rate of speed near Charleston, S C, nnd wim instantly killed. Itev. J. II. Hopper spent Monday night with Itev. S. M. Logan en route to Harrodsburg, where he will hold a meeting He had just closed ono with Pastor W. II. Potter at Kirksville with 18 additions. Relatives of Dr. John Sutton, who died In Woodford county several mouths ago, will ask the courts to set aside his will in which ho bequeaths hia entire of $50,000 to the Presbyterian church and foreign missions. Eld. J. T. Shnrrard, of this city, who recently dedicated a Christian church in Scott county and raised a debt of $700, will probably be called to the pnstornge of the Christian church nt Stanford. He closed n two weeks' meeting Tuesday, at Oxford, Scott county, with 21 additions . Paris Newe, ce-la- te A Straight Ticket, You Should by all means A7"OTE W Our tickets have been scratched before we put them on our goods YOUR NOTE : ADVANTAGE. THESE : PRICES. m Our stock is now complete. We have again replenished for the fall trade and are giving you unequalled BABI G & 1 sr 3' Just look at these prices and come in and A Good Black or Brown Cheviot, $5. Brown goods single breasted, $7. Double-breaste- d all-wo- ol Examine Our Goods. A all-wool suit, good F-i- r and A Ruflalo workman fell wob killed seven stories frn-tru- The First National Bank of Wellington, Kan , hna suspended. "Cowboy" Smith walked 100 yards seconds, breaking the record in According to tho registration figures, 5,102 is tho democratic majority iu Louisville. sue-ce- es The Supreme court of Arkansas bus 1 tt flgl t law nnd tained the was remand "d back into custody. -- Three men were killed nnd three injured in a wreck on the Norfolk and Western in Yirginia. The Seven Stara Tavern, near Phil adelphia, where Washington is said often to have stopped during the RtVJlu-tionawar. haa been destroyed by fire. anti-prizCor-bery 1 OVERCOATS I I . 1 1 Black Double Breasted $10. Grey Double Breasted $10. Scotch Tweed, $13.50. All of these goods have never been sold at such prices. all-woo- l, $.750. cheviot, tit-- "'' -- y;i I I I I! i) II : 1 i I Col. T. II. Dsmarcb, prohibition candidate for governor, will speak at More-lan- In Solid Sterling Silver and Plate. Butter Knives, Sugar Shells, DinWednesday, Oct. 30th, and nt Crab ners, Dessert, Pic and Fruit Knives, Tea, Dessert, Table and Jelly Orchard, Thursday, 31st, at 0:30 r. m., Spoons, Cream, Gravy and Soup Ladles, Pickle and Cold Meat Forks each place. All invited. J. K. YanArs- Olive Sets, Orange and Salt Sets, etc., etc., in dale, Ghnirman. d, i mm II'VAI Vji TV I l v i The L. A N. will sell round trip tickets to the Atlanta exposition via Knoxville from Stanford any day at $ 10 45, good to return Jan. 7, 1 S.H3, at 112 25 good for 20 days, and at 3D Oct. 28, Nov. 5th, 15th and 25th, good for 10 days. m RICH AND ELEGANT And Warranted. DESIGNS, Extra Long Ulster, Brown, $5. Dress Coat, Velvet Collar, $$. Blk. and Blue Beaver $j. 50. All wool Beaver, Black and Blue, Sio. Imported Black and Blue Beaver, Extra Long, Si 2. Imported Irish Frciss Ulster, extra long, Si 2. Other bargains too numerous to mention at equal bargains. We will open this morning 75 new Capes and Jnukets. If you want n niro wrap don't wait until nli tho beat things DANKS, The Jeweler. CHILDREN'S SUITS. WEATHER : are sold. Twenty samplus misses' and children's jtcketn at 25 per cent, under price. Ladies' Astruchan, Honcli and Heaver Jacket?. Severance A Son. FORECAST. Black and blue Cheviots, $2; Black and Blue All Wool, $3; Combination Suit, $3. -- THE- diy hhh powder horn with no promise, that is from tho Bignul serThe indications for Kentucky arc that we will have plenty of cold vice, for rain, the dispatch yesterday weather, so we have prepared to keep you from suffering with cold by reading: "Generally fair, warmer FriDouble Seat and day." Wo will venture a little predic-- t placing on sale the most complete line of Men's, Women's and Chilon ourselves, however, nnd that is that dren's aa -- It Ib still Good All Wool Pants, 50c. -- ffist and Best Assortment of Double Knee it will rain a little, at day night. Mips leHHt, before Sun- Cali.ik Hoi.ton, an accomplished typo and Bhorthand writer, is deeirious of teaching it cIhhh in those useful and CITY AND VICINITY. money getting vocations mid will be glad Si Pkhkinh at Walton's Opera House to luivt) 1'iose who wish to learn them call on her at her tllice on Lancaster . . The stylish Opera Guard, in ailver, street, for termn, Ac. She will nlao do typewriting nt reusonnblo ratea. Bilks nnd gold. Dauks, the Jeweler. m UNDBEWEA Ever Shown Here. Men's Wool, Men's Cotton, Men's Ilygenic, Jtfli NECKWEAR. Unequaleri NeekweaR Neckwear, with the Nobbiest and most exquisite taste in the market, we are selling for 25 and 50c, sold elsewhere for 50, 75c and $1. Don't fail to see this line. We have Women's Wool, Women's Merino, Women's Ualbriggan, We carry the Genuine Children's Cotton, Children's Merino, Children's Hygienic, For Style And Fabric, THE CORDUROY VE&T, It is the Latest agony. Cn.ci'8. At laat wo nro to hnvo u cirTwo good store-rooin centre of cus. Mnyn'a Consolidated Shows and town tor rent. Applv at this ollico. Trained Animal Exposition will spread A nick line of wraps und jackets at ita tents at the lower end of Mnin street Shauks. bee our styks nnd get our pri- next Monday and at 1 o'clock and 7 will ces. give performances, whlch'judging by tho bills, will bo marvels of wonder and merd Ladiks will lind fine Bterling it. In addition to n trained congress of leather card cases nnd purses performers, including men, women, W. 13. Mcltoberta'. at dogs, monkeys nnd goato, the great cirFor good, strong harness, lap robes cus clown Dan Costello will be on hand and horse blankets at your own price, to mako music and fun all for the low prices of 10 nnd 20 cents. see M. S. A J. W. Uaughmau. ms silver-mounte- 9 m 9 m WRIGHT'S HYGENIC. The warmest, wears the best and the cheapest. Sizes to suit all. Price the lowest. Stock in all departments are full. Severance & Son. For 50c. Sold in Large Cities for 75c and $1. Sold Cheaper and better quality than ever heard of before. at our Line Before Buying. UNDERWEAR Can save You Your IN- - ! He Wkhk'Thah." In his speech nt the track up the road yesterday and delayed tho Danvillo, Gen. Unrdin ea.d that Col. Bradley made h big blow about his love down mail two hours or more. for the Union soldier, but when bo hnd Stami'EU linens, ltoman and lllo Bilk, a chance to help honor one ho voted for Is on your mind here is just the thing you want. One of our Sio, embroidery hoops, over gaiters, slipper a negro instead. "I understand that S12 or $15 suits or overcoats. One of our Men's Shoes at Si. 50, the soles, long sido combs and uumberlees that old soldier ia hero If ho ia best ever offered. One of our otlier novelties at Shnnks'. I will ask him to stand and let the peo pie see him," nnd then gallant old Sam I have an overatock of wire and Bint Itothwell, of Garrard, got up and stood fonco mado of oak pickets; tho best fence in his chair, while the crowd shook the in thu market. In order to reduce stock building with cheers over the point scorI will sell it nt extra low price for the ed by our standard bearer. " next 30 days. A. O.Sine. 9 Mn John B. Murshon, imagining that I DssfRK to thank everybody who help- our item with reference to bolting demo ed me Bavo my fence from further de crats, roferred to him, because tho ehoo One of our Men's French Calf at $3. A pair of our Men's Black Cheviot struction Monday. But for their holp flthimtOBome extent, eaya ho ia only my loss would be much greater than It going to vote for Bradloy, in considera- Pants at $1. 50 and $2. One of our best Mclntoshes at $4 and we will tion ol n.poraonal favor, nnd will vote run prices all through at low grade so that every dollar willbring is, 1160. D. W. Vandoveer. fortho rest of tho democratic nominees. large returns. Our Dress Goods Trimmings, Cloaks, Underwear, Our Mt. Vernon correspondent Bays Whilo wo think he might find another Hosiery, Gloves, and every thing we will s 11 is priced to suit the that Col. Bradley and his apoclnl train wav to pay hia debt of gratitude, we nro for yourself. got a cold reception there. At Crab Or- glad that Mr. Merahon is not as recalci- times. Come and see chard only 23 persons appeared. Soma trant to principle aa represented and that .fellow hallooed for Hardin and that cut he objects, even uferentlally, to being classed with turncoats and bolters. the stop there very abort. A FRKiauT car jumped to-dai m ... IF : ECONOMY We LOOK To. Hats, Caps, Mclntoshes, Ladies' Genuine Dongola Shirts and Umbrellas Shoes $1.25 & $1.50. Our Stock Cannot be Surpassed in quality or price. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Prompt attention given to mail orders.' THE GLOBE, Strictly One Clothing Price Danville, Housej& HUGHES & TATE. J. L. Frohman & Co., Kentucky. t rrrwr- : etuii-aps iMV art. IH !' I lllllMI I .itHnnta. ,... n(, wrihrwivs ''" llHHIll.lWfW iaaaaiwwywpBiiiiii.iiMiiiiiwwwww' uaven brood mares for $7,000. m ml 3 p. m. Trains leave Stanford .?:i$ The total yield of ceroala this yoer Is arriving at f.0 p. in. anJ 9:1a p. m. placed at over 3,000,000,000, or l,30O,CO0,- L.&'.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 030 bushels mora than the 'production of last year. Vo. t4, Train going North.., Gub Miicev. of Versailles, eolrt ftr in No, t6. 3 15 " South . m No. as, tMHtnll 04 P (n -, El Decernea, to John Gray, of New j " " . .. ... No.I 15 pm York, the hay celdlnc. Oscar Williams, QUEEH & CRESCENT. . 2:12, for SS.000. Trams pan Junction City as follows: Squire Meredith's barn containiuK No. t South 11.48 a ra No a North ...3 3? p ra and " 3 J,ijim " 4 ' ...1.35pm 18,000 pounds of tobacco, two homes " 5 ' 1135 am " 6 " ...3.15 am other property, burned in Mercer county " ...... 8 40 p m ' o " ...6.00 a in 9 Note. Nos. s and 6 and 9 and to run no fur causing a losa of $5,01)0. hor than Junction City, nor on Sunday, Sherlock etarted npain at Lalonia under Fleiachnmn'a colors, but finished noj better than Mtn. J.ne sa.uuu ueatuy ia disappointment to his now owner. The Duke, of Marlboro bought four white mules while in Fayette nad they have arrived in New York to bo shipped tJ London. They were bought to bo and cost 21,200. driven y Col. Moberley's Shorthorns went low, 72 head valued at $34,000 only Young AbbottHburn, brinRing J9.335. who took everything at the world's fair Haw 3,000 balea for wile. Josh Jones, Stanford. M. F. Elkin bouRht otJohn Murphy Pabllahod Every Tuesday and Friday AT a bunch of ebontfl at 2Jc and of John But "The Wonder" will burn it not split. Rnnoy a lot of shouts at 3c. cobs, etc., just suit it. not so paid 83.00 win be charged. John K. Madden, of Lexington, Bold to Henry 0. Watson, of Btandou, Yt., K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. He Can't Split the Wood. Chunks, knots, sticks, ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN All kinds oi: Fruit and OruamssUl Trcf. Shrubs, Small Fruits, Grape Vines, Aspaiatus, .Vc, iVc. No agents. Uuy dtiectaud save mou-eCatalogues on application to II. F HILLF.NMEVKK, Lexington, Ky. 65 im y. DR, W. b. pENirr, FALUJ895. SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. sMkerTjouseT J F. BARKER, Proprietor, Dentist, Omc : Stanford, : Ky. rt-OHi- c on Main Street, Opposite the 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. Somerset, - - m.. A W. H. WEAREN & CO. A, C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- Call In and see the lsrsst and best assarted line ever brought to Stanford. I'rices as low as tha Largo 'W"t' Remodeled and refurnished throughout MISSL1CCIE BEAZLKY, sample Kooma. anil St.nfnrd, Ky Italia and office connected by Klcctrlc Hells. Prompt aud polite tervlce to guests. 4; Rates TWO DOI.LAUS Tor Day. TO THE LADIEQ I Kentucky. New goods of the Utest styles Just received. THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. -lar-gai- n. FOR S A 1.12! 1 Dealer in- - Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingle s, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, Hotel ef 13 renins with futures. Splend'dly located. Geoil garden and orchard Hue opening Meet all Trains.nlk'ht and day. Patrons taken to far an enterprising man. Will br do!- - t a aay part of town Free of Charge. For particulars call n or address. V. II. HDMISTON, Agent, Attached, Fare pf Hotel Jt.oo per Good 61. m Crab Orchard, Ky. day. Livery em A. II. HAST1N, l'rep. 11 1 P0YAl f3f W. S. Uurch. Atty. at Law. R. M. NewUnd, Deputy S her HI) FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. J. II. BAUU1IMAN. S. Attornoy at Law, Stanford, - - II. BAUGHMAN. OTice on l.aicaster Street, opposite the Court House. Collections receive especial attention. 55 Buroli & Kentucky. Conoral Colloctoro, How-land- , Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky We offer our services to the public to do a gen eral Collecting Hu.inr.t. .Ucouats, notes, etc collected in all parts ot the county. :t em four-in-ha- vr-r- hlfilL STANFORD ROLLER MILLS It Is Make the Best Gradesof Flour and Meal some of our brands and you will have no other Hsportod Tkat , brought John Ranoy has a bunch of shoats that were pigged in April last that aver- Try $475. Cral has advanced It has not with us and will not so long as we can buy at present figures. t scents The best lellico per bushel The btst Noith Jclllco lump per buihrl . .10 " " . The North JehUo No. a Manchester Lump . 10 " Dekorn . "STour Cattlo ..9 . age 212 pounde. rts, ot Madison, : : two months' time. y of all kinds mixed and crushed to order Corn, Kye, ShlpstufT, Osts, Our Specialties-ee- ds Frank Aean won tho Absolutely Puro.l' and Bran. Kemember all Feed orders mutt be accompanieJ with the cash. Address or call on pace at Louisville Tuesday. Robert J. HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. A cream of tarter baking pow- won the first heat, John R. Gentry the & der. Highest of all in leavening Hopnnil and Aean took the next three. LinOilers (teeple ol Ky. coln and his services o the hull st&vit WestCotSns of Carer Counties -strength. Latest United States Joe Patchen managed to come Becoud and CasVets always on h.nd. r3P I) S. Carpenter, Xlansgrr. 95 Government Food Report. once. Best time 2:0oJ M. S. it J. W. Baughmtn have on exW. lUtl.HMA. IIAICIIMIN M.S. J. ROYALrnBAKING POWDER CO., hibition at their etablo a bale of shredded 100 Wall Street, Now York. corn stalks and fodder prepared by tl e Keystone Corn Cutter, owned by Hiatt TTrrvTjn 1 win ta rsormiTOKi trade tor for cash or niJJJLO. Stanford or atin my home leather on it Young. It makes excellent feed, even Otten court days at in & SALE Helm. Chas. Eansliu, Tanner. LIVI2RY, bUter than hay, and it is worth a visit to stable to see it. tie A. G. LrnLarc Jctm B. Cattleman. J. J. McGinniB sold mule colts nt - - Kentucky. auction here Monday at from $10 to $17, $15 to $30, broke mules $20 milch cows II )u nhmi Iiery Kite ua cll. Nalhing but $G0 John and Homer Baughman have turnouts will leave our stable. Sec us for rates. In our bought a bunch of short yearling cattle or made to measure, as suits customer. Can fit any man. from various parties at from $10 to $13. Ready-mad- e HARNESS SHOP Advocate. You will find a god assortment of Hjiii', Vaddlea.Ac Have your repalnag dtme by So great is the eagerness of dealers our man, he understands his busieen. Wo have a mcchiulc in our to Becure tho small crop of Florida oranges that the fruit is being bought in a BLACKSMITH SHOP. green condition and shipped to tho job MANAGERS, Wtllguarantmflrst class wjrk and sititfiClir 1'iy our ho" sIhvm. d'lcM bing points. The Florida article will Commerce Building, LouiEville cimmand a big price inasmuch as tho crop will not aggregato moro than 06,000 Agents throughout the South boxes us compared with something like I am now selling Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and of the Ute Daaiel It. At the residm-7, A. TBI23LE, Local Affant, 5.000.000 boxes laut season. on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser near Ilright's Mill on the Hangtag Fork, Slscg, will There was but one little lot of cattle best. to mail orders and carry as fine a line sell at public auction en I give special attention STA.NFORD, KY Monday, on tho Georgetown market of rrnods as can be found anv wherein the land. NOV. 1895, there being no demand on account of I am sellim SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever His personal property consisting ci the drouth. They were yearlings and sold them before. Give me a call and be convinced. brought $15 a head. Work mules sold toy Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. 31 Horses and Mules, IS Stcors, at from $125 to f 200 per pair. A pair Cows and Heifers, Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking Mrs. brought $200. Mule of Ky. of nsvn, other does not give up her class in Music, but will continue A good yoke sneep, MJersey cuws aad anieuDtcat-cf ol shoats. Urge tle stock, 50 colts brought from $15 to $20 per head, this position one n.w mower, fiTiiltw utensils as before. Address teaching 3 but many were left unsold. &c, and household and kitchen furnitute 1895 Lot of Corn.Osts and Wheat The Levi Hubble farm of 330 acres AIsj jj shaies ef steck in the Dansille A Crab Depart- "Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Orchard Turnpike. in Lincoln county, was sold at auction . menu. Tkkms. All sjms of$io nd under cash, ever Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot Mnnilitv and was knocked down to that amount a credit till Jaa 1, '96, without Interbtudy. S 1' il'AUG, Admr. est. Schools of Music, Art, French and Elocution. George S. Shelby, nt $43.00 per acre, Best teachers employed, each a specialist in her Mr. Shelby is a son-i- n law of Mrs. HubOwn Department. t 35"OR Hoarding pupils under the direct supervision of ble. B. G. & Monte Fox sold to a Conteachers. For further information, address necticut man their yearling pacer by Nut Farms near Two Good WILLIAM SH ELTON. President. Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of hurst for $S00. It has gone has gone Ilustonville, Lincoln Co., Ky. quarters in 34 Beconds. At Harlan's kAu com brouirht $1.25 in the field. Ad The heirs ot Mr America Itsiley, deed., offer far sale her two Farms, situated ali ut quo rollo vocate. est of Hiiiionvllle. 10 Lincoln county, on the EXPOSITION The Hustonville correspondent of the Ilradfordsvtlle turnpike road These two Films adjoin aad taken tog.ihcr contain ji acres cl Advooato noted the following real WILL BE HELD all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle land and cast be divided so as In iHrlude about io Embracing acre, in the home pluce and too acres in the oth transfors: Mrs. Broadti3' farm of 130 en eich r. The buildings imprrovtir- Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. acres on Milledgaville and Stanford pike nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine are comfortable and lubstantisl. Kach... the fat ms ol our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting is well watered and contTiicut to giKl schools ground traversed by rilli pita, over which to B. O. Sindidije and wife at $G0; Evan On rerms clear. churches bherrnaa threw the first .hell into Atlanta 31 years short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line anJ further inlormatUn reaMinshle Title us. pply to eiihcr of Ker ago, the Exposition is iasi taking shape. The - Lyon's of 130 acres to J. WVlker Givena, J P. HA I Li:, aiifunl. Ky , of Buggies and Surreys. celleui railway lactuties 01 me great fo' $4,230; Isaac Conn's of 102 acres, near I IIOCKKK. Ilustonville, Ky. FAYETTE I) UN LA P. M II, 5 Mt. Salem, to James Coulter for $2,500; Kr W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Barney Bright's farm of 40 acres, near Hanging Fork bridge on Stanford pike, THE 11LUK UllAbS HERD OK to Evan Lyon at $40. ' ",'V-JQftSlj2$ POWDER This beats Bales & Wn 12 Ibj. and giveB them free-for-a- Kanev Patent No Utile of Lincoln and Creole. 1, Alpine Snow, Fancy Family, Bird Kye Cannel One cent for delivery, No. R. R. NOKL Jfc i? " SON. o " SEED WHEAT, "WINTER OATS, RYE Har-le- J. ll STTTTOST, UNDERTAKER, T. I will go to any place wher there are six or more cattle to tiehorn. I do the work with the Ltghtnlrg Dchoruer. Can d.hnrn any cow la three seconds. The knife make, a clean, smooth cut, dr. snot cru.h nor biwW the horn, as the nipper dee-i- It Is the only humane way lade-hor- n )n--t not punish ht animal like the and the wound gets ell aa quick again as that made by the saw. For furtHer mfersnatlen, call on O. A. l'KVTON, Stanford, Kt. 101. See the Lightn'ng Pruning Hook. s, J. H. BAUGHMAN CO Proprietors, Stanford, , Attornoy at Law, Stanlord, - - Kentucky. Wilt act as Kecutor,lAdmlniurtor and WaUaoo 33. Varnon, Asslgn-e- a M.S.&J.W.Baughman, ROYAL Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, FEED STABLE, Stanford, first-claw Special atimUesi given to Settle amis el Fs. ates, as Ailo'ney aad Hale and Divlsloa of slant' Lands. Uih'-.oi- i Lancaster St over Supt. W. F. McCla y'sbtWee 90 A. S. PRICK, Surgeon Dentist, iasaranee ompany or' urvERPQOt,. StnnforI, Ky. Office over Mc Roberts' Krug Store 10 the Owsley BA11BEE&CASTLEMM H, ; J. j M'ROBERTS, PIANOS and ORGANS. Hrt-dle- s, ituilttiag. THE P. 1ULEY U. HILKY. HOUSE Kentucky. d. Proprlotor, London. TT - - - Sale of Personalty. e 1 I have neved to my stew Hatel and am better jrepartd than ever to accommodate the public, ticod Livery aitachnd and every convenience Given, it call. .TRAKK Klt.rY, w. a. JOKES. ; t JT.N.S, MANALRK FRIDAY, 8th, JOITES BEOS,, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Sale preprietors Dean's lllack Diamond Koo Paint Uetlmalcs furmsned for puinllng Wood. Metal and lion Ktufs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. All ruols paiuted with Dean DUck Dumond Paint guaranteed for years. Dealt rt la best n Pumps and RalvamtMl Iron Miters, 9 cis-er- Female - College, Stanford, JFall Session Opens Sept. Stanford, Ky. four-year-ol- ineiu-'is- g bin-tier- s, P. H. IDOL, Stanford Ky. LOOK HERE! DON'T FORUET THAT S;5.r.K s THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKIN.VBV. KY., Have just been overhauled and repaired fion bottom to top by the famous Richmond City Mill Works, of ltichtuofid, Iud and with capacity now lncrnsd, ate doing more and better wort-thaever before--, and with the c.'d reitaMe 1) V Keeaedy as head miller, you arc sur 61 good Flour and fair 1 cat mm II sum and bring us your grinding and wh.o twylng call lor our old w and .iisulished brands, Favorite Patent. s' Kavorucand llakcrs Choice. IIATKS .V SON, Accessor to K. L Tanner ravorlleMulIng Co, , 1 1 v I Blue-Gras- THE ATLANTA Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c., es-tt- to t G. 1,1 B. COOPER, Proprietors of......... ! x- v QUEEN AND ORESCENT ROUTE Dan-vlll- e, very una Fccd;(Slablc, f PUBLIC SALE. Blue-Gras- STANFORD, KY. Having boueht of P W C.reen his Livery bus mess and added nuw buggies sed horses, w are prepared to furnish FIRST-CLAS- S Col. Jobn O. Hodges, who had an- JKsri?' k JUmVLXI And its connections to Atlanta, together with low railway rates, will enable the people to make a delightful trip at hut small expense. The Queen & Crescent runs, superb vestlbuled trains with through sleepers and carrying Parlor, direct Cate and Observation Cars, trom Cincinnati Lexing-toto Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, n, Somerset and Uarriman en route. More than soo tnllea shortest line. Special low reduced rates to the Exposition Ask your Queen & Crescent evgeut something about it "in detail. Write to A. J. LYTLE, D. P. A., - Chattanooga, Tenn CHAS. W. ZELL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. For free inforrr ation and printed matter. W.C. RINEAUSON, G. P. A , - - Cincinnati. Ky. Midland Ry, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Mayavillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. . Only Duect LiLe Between nounced himself a candidate (or Mayor of Lexington on tho independent ticket, failed to file tho proper papera entitling htin to a place on the ticket, and will therefore not bo in the race, leaving the contest between J. B. Simrall, democrat, and Thomas Foreman, republican. Tbe receipts of the poatoffice depait ment the past fheal year were $70,'JS3,; 128, and the expenditnrea fSG.790,172. As compared with the previous year, these fluurea show an incre8e of $1,002,-01- 9 in receipts and $2,405,730 In expendry Gabbard wbre shot and killed by Lakes, who escaped. B598R Duroc Jersey Red Swine U. H. tsiwPfSHH smamt ! Fmvt&ssies?. ?:vKir immsmt.-J- - fMBSgai b;t A Good Dronaugh, Pror, - , Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Farm Near Stanford. Live Stock, Bank Sto.ck, Crop, Farming s TURNOUTS Implements, &c. The heirs of John M. and Ilcttie Kcid, deceased, will, on StocV. Breeders secure! from tnp Pigs for sale froTi tns best types of Register herds In several dlPe'eut States. Correspondence Solicited Thursday, Oct, 31st, 1895, At the mansion house na the premises, about miles trom Stanford, offer at public auction, Farm of the On which John M. Held lived at his death. This iarm is well improved and is very desirably lorat ed and the land Is of the best quality. Ihe imdwelling provements consist of a Urge to-storas good as new and all necessary outbuildings. g springs The farm Is watered by five fruits and aud has a Urge orchard ol The neighborhood is one of ot desiruble variety. the beat in tho county, with no objectionable sur loundings. Tne convenience to tne churches and schools in Stanford make tho location very superior, btanford has several churches, a Urge female college, a good male academy and Muur shir public school, a good merchtut flouriug mill m.d is supplied with water works, electric light and ice factory. This farm will first be offered in three lots: One of 35 acres off of the Northeast corn", one of 315 acres, including improvements, and one of about 50 acres !outh of residence and on the opposite side of the read from the residence Then the tract wdl be ofleied as a whole and the highest and best bid accepted. Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. W, K. McKinuey has possession and will tikn pleasure in showing any one over the farm Kor further information address Kcid heirs, .Stanford, y never-failin- On short notice The traveling public wilf fiad us always teauy and willing to lurnlsh Drum eitner smgio or double, or Carri ages 01 ail kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The noysm anu arouuu town win also rind us the people to deal with. Stop with us when in town at courts aud entertainments and your horse and vehicle will be well cared for O. n. COOPKR Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. S; mers-nagon- FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF.STANFORD, KY. About 300 Acros of Land, itures. In Jackaon county, Peter and Capital Stock Surplus m 3200,000 23,700 HenSan-for- d Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard lime. Time Tabid June 3, 1895. No. 1. No 3. No. 7. TKAINS EAST. p. m. p. m. a. m. 1 00 4 00 7 00 Lve Pranklort A 1 30 " Elkbern 71s 41a Stamping Uround 7 aS 148 " 430 Georgetown.-!).- .. If your childien are subject to croup watch for the first symptom of the disease hoarseucss. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse It will prevent the attack:. liven after the croupy cough has appear cd the attack can always be prevented by giving this remedy, (i is also invaluable for colds and whooping cough. For sale by Craig ii Hockcr, Stanford, Ky. s m Asa remedy for all forms of Headache Electric Hitters has proved to bo the very best. It effects r permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. to. No. 8. sick headiche yields to ita influence. We urge p, m, all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give a. ra. a. m. p. m. gjgg C. ... 9 41 600 CvcTParis 440 this remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual con6 4a ' . 10 17 C. S. Depot stipation Klcctrlc Hitters cures by giving the 6 40 needt-- tcne to the bowels and few cases long I! 10 40 6 is 5 55 tt " Georgetown 7 28 7 03 Stamp's Gro'd 10 v3 thcuse ol this medicin,. Try it once. Large 7 35 (ottles oalv v cents at A. R. Ponny's Drug Store. n 16 " Elkhoru 7 35 15 Arr Frankfort .A... II 3" Arr. C. S. Depot C Paris - 7 47 7 55 8 30 4 4 47 59 5 35 a 15 oo Curo for Hoadncno. 4 00 Attention of the public la invited to the fir that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National llaak are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an equal to the stock, so that depositors ol amount this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of theconditlon of the bank ar made each yearto the United States government and itsnssets areeiamlncdat stated times ojiut.iuhhiii agents, inus securing addititona uu ij.ii.ti ...... , 10 epositors. .mciy Tfci. (..,,.. M,UU, originally established as ...a the n..-- . f. f . . - - - . uttJu.iiu.au 01 oianiorain isss. then ised as the National Dank ol Stanford in iSos and again re.prganued as the Pint National IJank ol Stautord in iS3i, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of years. It Is better supplied now with lacllitiesfortrauiactingbusiuessiiromnt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully sollc- r.-or- . re-b- 7' We authorise ur advertised druggist to sellyou-Dr- . King's New Discovery fur Consumption, Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort Coughs and Colds, upon this condition; If you Frankfurt 4 00 p. m. arrive Georgetown are alHicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung Leave Throat, or Chest trouble and will use this remedy 4 jo p. Tha Kentucky Midland Railway and connec. iccording to directions, giving it a lair trial and Iiorteit and cheapest route to all experience no benefit, you may return the bottle tious form the and West. ufatu South, Kat, North apply to their agents. ana nave your moucy reiunueu. we count not JPor further information make this offer if we did not knuw that Dr. Kings UEHCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. C. D. new discovery couiu ucncu upon, ic never GEO. II. HARPER, Hec'r & Gen.Sup, ppoints. Trial bottles tree at A. K. Fenny arug store, aargu sue uc ana i. Frankfort Ky. 1 SUNDAY TRAINS. Guaranteed Ouro. "HIGGINS& McKINNEY,! The Directory of this Bank is composed ol At the same tlms and place I , will, as rxicutor ol Forestun sen at puouc lloid, Lincoln county; the will ol John at. ueiu, uec-dauctloa to the highest bidder the personalty of the S. T. Harris, Lincoln; state of the decedent consisting of 7 J. II. Collici, Lincoln; cattle, a yeaillng cattle. 3 milk cows and calves, J. W. Hayden, Stanford; 55 sheep, a yearlihg mules, 1 yearling filly, 1 yearfilly, 1 4 year-ol- d sadling horse colt, 1 S. II. Ilaughinan.1 Lincoln; t work horse, 3 brood mares. """ dle horse, t J. S. Hocker, Stanford ; mule, 50 fat hogs, 10 sows and colt. t W. A,Trlbl.J?ajford; pigs, 60 shoats, 350 bushels of oat 351 barrels of corn, 5 stjcksofnay, 8 shares of sock in First M. D. Elmore, Stanford; National Hank ofcUanford, 1$ shares of stock in T. P. Hill, btanford; Marion National Hank, farming lmpltmcnts, K. L. Tanner,;McKinney; household furniture, ic. Terms of Sale of Personalty: ror all sums of Ml' $10 and under, cashf over that amount a credit of J. 8. Hocker, President' four months on note with good' security, beating Jao. J. McRoberts, Cashier; interest fram date and payable in bank. A. 'A. McKinney, Asit. Cashier J. II. KOSruit, Ea'or. 0o td 1 1 Ky i. """ y.T